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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Cited by: With illustrations, tables, and data drawn from a wide range of countries in both the developed and developing world, METHODS AND MODELS IN DEMOGRAPHY explicates the potential uses and limitations of the current models for population analysis, estimation, and forecasting/5.
Its broad yet in-depth approach to this field of wide-spread concern makes Methods and Models in Demography an invaluable resource for researchers and social planners.
The book's clear writing, 5/5(1). Methods and models in demography. [Colin Newell] -- This volume clearly outlines the methods used to study population structure and change by presenting the major descriptive and analytical models developed by demographers to investigate the.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Newell, Colin. Methods and models in demography. London: Belhaven, (OCoLC) Material Type. Like the original two-volume work, this work attempts to present a systematic and comprehensive exposition, with illustrations, of the methods used by technicians and research workers in dealing with demographic data.
The book is concerned with how data on population are gathered, classified, and treated to produce tabulations and various summarizing measures that reveal the significant aspects /5(3). Its broad yet in-depth approach to this field of wide-spread concern makes Methods and Models in Demography an invaluable resource for researchers and social planners.
The book's clear writing, step-by-step format, numerous case examples, and exercises (complete with answers), make it an exemplary classroom text for any population-related course.5/5(1).
This book presents and develops the basic methods and models that are used by demographers to study the behaviour of human populations. The procedures are clearly and concisely developed from first principles and extensive applications are presented/5(3).
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Methods and models in demography by Colin Newell; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Demography, Mathematical models, Methodology, Theoretical Models, Demographie, Einfu hrung, Methodologie, Modeles mathematiques, Population.
This book provides a comprehensive introduction to biodemography, an exciting interdisciplinary field that unites the natural science of biology with the social science of human demography. Biodemography is an essential resource for demographers, epidemiologists, gerontologists, and health professionals as well as ecologists, population.
Demographic Methods and Concepts presents the methods most commonly needed to work with statistical materials on population at national, regional, and local levels. Unlike other texts in the field, this book uses clear non-technical language throughout to make demographic techniques accessible to a diverse array of students, regardless of their background in mathematics.
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Overview of Demographic Concepts and Methods “Demography is the study of the size, territorial distribution, and demographic information >> many demographic methods developed for census data Among the most complex and massive peacetime exercises a nation.
Lyle W. Konigsberg, Susan R. Frankenberg, in Research Methods in Human Skeletal Biology, Introduction. In the past, the term “ demography ” as applied in skeletal biology was synonymous with the production of life tables (Jackes, ).A life table is simply a tabulation of the number of deaths within various age intervals, which is then used to calculate such related measures as the.
Methods And Models In Demography by Newell, Colin This volume clearly outlines the methods used to study population structure and change by presenting the major descriptive and analytical models developed by demographers to investigate the interrelationships between fertility, age.
Category: Book. Title: Methods and Models in Demography. Author: Colin Newell. Publisher: New York: Guilford. Methods and Models in Demography - Alibris - This is a practical manual which describes the methods used to study population structure and change and which examines the interpretative models applied to the results.
This open access book shows how to use sensitivity analysis in demography. It presents new methods for individuals, cohorts, and populations, with applications to humans, other animals, and plants.
The analyses are based on matrix formulations of age-classified, stage-classified, and multistate population models. This book presents and develops the basic methods and models that are used by demographers to study the behaviour of human populations.
The procedures are clearly and concisely developed from first principles and extensive applications are presented. This book presents and develops the basic methods and models that are used by demographers to study the behavior of human populations.
The procedures are clearly and concisely developed from first principles, and extensive applications are s: The book describes diverse stochastic processes as well as Markov and semi-Markov models in demography and population studies, along with chapters on statistical models and methods in biostatistics and epidemiology.
As such the book will be a valuable source to demographers, health scientists, statisticians, economists and sociologists.