Book Volume 1 2016

Recapturing Space: New Middle-Range Theory in Spatial Demography

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ISBN: 978-3-319-22809-9 (Print) 978-3-319-22810-5 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-vi

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    Pages 1-8

    Recapturing Spatial Approaches to Social Science Problems

  3. Theory, Concepts, and Measures

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 9-9

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      Pages 11-36

      Challenges of Spatial Thinking

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      Pages 37-56

      Extending the Boundaries of Place

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      Pages 57-75

      Using Place-and Person-Based Interventions to Measure Neighborhood Effects

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      Pages 77-98

      From Aspatial to Spatial, from Global to Local and Individual: Are We on the Right Track to Spatialize Segregation Measures?

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      Pages 99-122

      Demography Is an Inherently Spatial Science

  4. Research Practice in Spatial Demography

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 123-123

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      Pages 125-138

      Modeling ‘Dependence of Relevant Alternatives’ in Consumer Choice: A Synthesis from Disparate Literatures

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      Pages 139-156

      Bringing Together Spatial Demography and Political Science: Reexamining the Big Sort

  5. Middle Range Theory in Application

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 157-157

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      Pages 159-174

      Demography and Democracy: Exploring the Linkage Between Age and Voter Turnout in Italy with Geospatial Analysis

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      Pages 175-198

      A Spatial Decomposition of County Population Growth in the United States: Population Redistribution in the Rural-to-Urban Continuum, 1980–2010

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      Pages 199-233

      Socio-spatial Holes in the Advocacy Umbrella: The Spatial Diffusion of Risk and Network Response Among Environmental Organizations in the Marcellus Hydro-fracturing Region

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      Pages 235-252

      American Civic Community Over Space and Time

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      Pages 253-273

      Revisiting the Rural Paradox in US Counties with Spatial Durbin Modeling

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      Pages 275-299

      Race, Place, and Space: Ecosocial Theory and Spatiotemporal Patterns of Pregnancy Outcomes

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      Pages 301-323

      Using Nighttime Lights Data as a Proxy in Social Scientific Research

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      Pages 325-351

      Human Migration and Spatial Synchrony: Spatial Patterns in Temporal Trends

  6. Instruction in Spatial Demography and Concluding Remarks

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 353-353

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      Pages 355-369

      Instruction in Spatial Demography

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      Pages 371-379

      Concluding Remarks: Developing Spatial Demography