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  • Japanese Society | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    tagged with this term People Daiki Hiramori Graduate Student Events mentioning Japanese Society Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South Asian Southeast Asian Statistics Technology Theory Urban Community Urban Studies Victimization Violence and Trauma Wealth West European Work and Occupations Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty Manual Resources for Graduate

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/fields/specific/japanese-society (2016-04-27)
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  • Queer and Feminist Studies | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    tagged with this term People Daiki Hiramori Graduate Student Events mentioning Queer and Feminist Studies Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South Asian Southeast Asian Statistics Technology Theory Urban Community Urban Studies Victimization Violence and Trauma Wealth West European Work and Occupations Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty Manual Resources

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/fields/specific/queer-and-feminist-studies (2016-04-27)
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  • Globalization | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    People Christina Hughes Graduate Student Raphael Mondesir Graduate Student Michael Mulcahy Affiliate Assistant Professor Events mentioning Globalization Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South Asian Southeast Asian Statistics Technology Theory Urban Community Urban Studies Victimization Violence and Trauma Wealth West European Work and Occupations Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs Undergraduate Blog Sociology Writing Center Graduate Program Overview Admissions Faculty Advising Recent Ph D Dissertations Nitty Gritty

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/fields/globalization (2016-04-27)
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  • Computational Methods | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Affiliate Assistant Professor Emma Spiro Adjunct Assistant Professor Research Publications Shaw L in press Mechanics and dynamics of social construction Modeling the emergence of culture from individual mental representation Poetics Events mentioning Computational Methods Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South Asian Southeast Asian Statistics Technology Theory Urban Community Urban Studies Victimization Violence and Trauma Wealth West European Work and Occupations Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current Majors Practicum Special Programs

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/fields/computational-methods (2016-04-27)
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  • Public Policy | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Behind Act in California Public Schools PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington Pettinicchio David 2012 From the Government to the Streets Why the U S is a Policy Innovator in Disability Rights PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington Wehner JoAnne Delfino To Use or Not To Use Understanding Public Support for Expanded Federal Wilderness Preservation Policies PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington Events mentioning Public Policy Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South Asian Southeast Asian Statistics Technology Theory Urban Community Urban Studies Victimization Violence and Trauma Wealth West European Work and Occupations Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/fields/public-policy (2016-04-27)
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  • Population | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    PLoS ONE 10 3 e0120449 doi 10 1371 journal Dukhovnov D and Zagheni E forthcoming Who Takes Care of Whom in the US Evidence from Matrices of Time Transfers by Age and Sex Population and Development Review Fosdick B K and Raftery A E 2014 Regional Probabilistic Fertility Forecasting by Modeling Between Country Correlations Demographic Research 30 1011 1034 Gerland P Raftery A E co first author Sˇevˇc ıkov a H Li N Gu D A Spoorenberg T Alkema L Fosdick B K Chunn J Lalic N Bay G Buettner T Heilig G K and Wilmoth J 2014 World population stabilization unlikely this century Science 346 234 237 Kluesener S and Zagheni E 2014 The East West Gradient in Spatial Population Development within Germany Historical Methods 47 4 167 179 Lenkoski A Eicher T S and Raftery A E 2014 Bayesian Model Averaging and Endogeneity Under Model Uncertainty An Application to Development Determinants Econometric Reviews 33 122 151 Maltiel R Raftery A E McCormick T H and Baraff A 2015 Estimating Population Size Using the Network Scale Up Method To appear Annals of Applied Statistics Maltiel R Raftery A E McCormick T H and Baraff A in press Estimating Population Size Using the Network Scale Up Method Annals of Applied Statistics to appear Raftery A E Alkema L and Gerland P 2014 Bayesian Population Projections for the United Nations Statistical Science 29 58 68 Sharrow David J Yanjun He Samuel J Clark and Adrian E Raftery 2015 In Preparation ʺProbabilistic Projections of Mortality in Countries with Generalized HIV AIDS Epidemics for Use in Total Population Projection ʺ Wheldon Mark Adrian E Raftery Samuel J Clark and Patrick Gerland 2015 In Review ʺBayesian Population Reconstruction for Less Developed and Developed Countries ʺ Population Studies Zaba Basia Georges Reniers Emma Slaymaker Jim Todd Judith Glynn Mia Crampin Mark Urassa Tom Lutalo4 Vicky Hosegood Marie Louise Newall et al 2015 In Press ʺResponse to Dermot Maher article ʹThe ethics of feedback of HIV test results in population based surveys of HIV infection ʹ ʺ Bulletin of the World Health Organization Events mentioning Population Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/fields/population (2016-04-27)
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  • Public Health | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    quantifying the contribution of migration to AIDS and tuberculosis mortality in rural South Africa A population based surveillance study ʺ African Population Studies 28 1 691 701 Clark Samuel J F Xavier Gómez Olivé Brian Houle Margaret Thorogood Kerstin Klipstein Grobusch Nicole Angotti Chodziwadziwa Kabudula Jill Williams Jane Menken and Stephen M Tollman 2015 ʺCardiometabolic disease risk and HIV status in rural South Africa establishing a baseline ʺ BMC Public Health Events mentioning Public Health Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South Asian Southeast Asian Statistics Technology Theory Urban Community Urban Studies Victimization Violence and Trauma Wealth West European Work and Occupations Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/fields/public-health (2016-04-27)
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  • Wealth | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Hall The Accumulation of Disadvantage Racial Differences in Wealth and Residential Trajectories McParland Damien Isobel Claire Gormley Samuel J Clark Tyler H McCormick Chodziwadziwa Whiteson Kabudula and Mark A Collinson 2014 ʺClustering South African Households Based on their Asset Status Using Latent Variable Models ʺ Annals of Applied Statistics 8 2 747 76 Osman Sankoh David Sharrow Kobus Herbst Chodziwadziwa Whiteson Kabudula Nurul Alam Shashi Kant Henrik Ravn Abbas Bhuiya Le Thi Vui Timotheus Darikwa et al 2014 ʺThe INDEPTH standard population for low and middle income countries 2013 ʺ Global Health Action 7 Events mentioning Wealth Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South Asian Southeast Asian Statistics Technology Theory Urban Community Urban

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/fields/wealth (2016-04-27)
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