Navigating Time and Space in Population Studies

ISBN: 978-94-007-0067-3 (Print) 978-94-007-0068-0 (Online)

Table of contents (9 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xii

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    Pages 1-17


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    Pages 19-36

    An Innovative Methodology for Space-Time Analysis with an Application to the 1960–2000 Brazilian Mortality Transition

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    Pages 37-63

    Spatial Aspects of the American Fertility Transition in the Nineteenth Century

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    Pages 65-97

    Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Fertility Transition in Muslim Populations

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    Pages 99-113

    Spatial and Temporal Analyses of Surname Distributions to Estimate Mobility and Changes in Historical Demography: The Example of Savoy (France) from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century

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    Pages 115-160

    Widening Horizons? The Geography of the Marriage Market in Nineteenth and Early-Twentieth Century Netherlands

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    Pages 161-183

    Finding Frontiers in the U.S. Great Plains from the End of the Civil War to the Eve of the Great Depression

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    Pages 185-216

    Commonalities and Contrasts in the Development of Major United States Urban Areas: A Spatial and Temporal Analysis from 1910 to 2000

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    Pages 217-240

    Economic Transition and Social Inequality in Early Twentieth Century Puerto Rico

  11. Back Matter

    Pages 241-245