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  • Seminar Series: Seeing or Believing: 1st vs. 3rd Person Perspectives on Racial Identification | DuPRI
    1st vs 3rd Person Perspectives on Racial Identification Fall 2009 09 18 2009 Location Sociology Psychology 329 Speaker Anthony Perez UNC Chapel Hill Abstract joint talk with Sociology Seeing or Believing 1st vs 3rd Person Perspectives on Racial Identification Race is most often conceptualized as a characteristic that defines populations based on shared physical appearance but in social research race is measured by self reported identities which are subject to

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  • Seminar Series: Neighborhood Gentrification | DuPRI
    COS Scholars Duke News Events News Events In the Media Announcements Conferences and Workshops Duke Events Calendar Contact Fulltext search Home Training DuPRI Training Events DuPRI Seminar Series Seminar Series Neighborhood Gentrification Seminar Series Neighborhood Gentrification Fall 2009 10 01 2009 Location Social Sciences 139 LaBarre Speaker Terra McKinnish University of Colorado Boulder Abstract joint talk with Economics Neighborhood Gentrification The Duke Population Research Institute DuPRI an affiliate of SSRI

    Original URL path: https://dupri.duke.edu/event/seminar-series-neighborhood-gentrification (2016-02-13)
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  • Seminar Series: An NICHD Perspective on the Development of Research Linking the Population Sciences to Global Health Issues | DuPRI
    on the Development of Research Linking the Population Sciences to Global Health Issues Fall 2009 10 08 2009 Location Perkins Library Breedlove Room Speaker Susan Newcomer NIHD Abstract joint with DGHI and CFAR An NICHD Perspective on the Development of Research Linking the Population Sciences to Global Health Issues The Duke Population Research Institute DuPRI an affiliate of SSRI is dedicated to the conceptual unification of the demographic sciences We

    Original URL path: https://dupri.duke.edu/event/seminar-series-nichd-perspective-development-research-linking-population-sciences-global (2016-02-13)
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  • Seminar Series: Supercentenarians and the Theory of Heterogeneity | DuPRI
    Media Announcements Conferences and Workshops Duke Events Calendar Contact Fulltext search Home Training DuPRI Training Events DuPRI Seminar Series Seminar Series Supercentenarians and the Theory of Heterogeneity Seminar Series Supercentenarians and the Theory of Heterogeneity Fall 2009 10 15 2009 Location Rubenstein Hall 200 Speaker James Vaupel Duke University Abstract joint with Sanford School of Public Policy Supercentenarians and the Theory of Heterogeneity Please note room Rubenstein Hall 200 Sanford

    Original URL path: https://dupri.duke.edu/event/seminar-series-supercentenarians-and-theory-heterogeneity (2016-02-13)
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  • Seminar Series: The Great Migration and Mortality of African Americans | DuPRI
    Series The Great Migration and Mortality of African Americans Seminar Series The Great Migration and Mortality of African Americans Fall 2009 10 22 2009 Location Perkins Library Breedlove Room Speaker Magda Muszynska and Seth Sanders Duke University Abstract The Great Migration and Mortality of African Americans Two inextricably linked phenomena lie at the heart of African American social history in the twentieth century The first is black white economic convergenc

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  • Seminar Series: EXTENDED COHORT-COMPONENT APPROACH FOR HOUSEHOLDS PROJECTION AT SUB-NATIONAL LEVELS | DuPRI
    NATIONAL LEVELS Fall 2009 10 29 2009 Location Perkins Library Breedlove Room Speaker Yi Zeng Duke University Abstract EXTENDED COHORT COMPONENT APPROACH FOR HOUSEHOLDS PROJECTION AT SUB NATIONAL LEVELS This paper discusses the five core ideas of the extended cohort component method known as ProFamy for simultaneously forecasting of family households living arrangements and population Employing the ProFamy method this paper demonstrates that household forecasting at the state or provincial

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  • Seminar Series: Consider the Possiblities! | DuPRI
    and Workshops Duke Events Calendar Contact Fulltext search Home Training DuPRI Training Events DuPRI Seminar Series Seminar Series Consider the Possiblities Seminar Series Consider the Possiblities Fall 2009 11 05 2009 Location Perkins Library Breedlove Room Speaker Linda Burton Duke University Abstract Consider the Possiblities Ethnography and Collaborative Family Research Opportunities at DuPRISSRI at Duke University currently houses two of the largest longitunal ethnographic datasets on poverty and family life

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  • Seminar Series: Geoffrey Garnett, Imperial College London | DuPRI
    Center 240 Speaker Geoffrey Garnett Imperial College London Abstract joint with DGHI Maximizing the Effectiveness and Efficiency of HIV and STI Interventions Garnett is Professor of Microparasite Epidemiology at Imperial College London His main area ofresearch is the epidemiology and control of sexually transmitted infections His recent work has focused onthe potential impact of HPV vaccines the epidemiological consequences of antiretroviral treatments and theevaluation of HIV Prevention programs As Chair

    Original URL path: https://dupri.duke.edu/event/seminar-series-geoffrey-garnett-imperial-college-london (2016-02-13)
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