Volume 57, Number 2, 2018  

E-ISSN: 1549-0955


Does Residential Mobility Anticipate Urban Growth? The Importance of the Local Socioeconomic Context in a European Metropolitan Region

Luca Salvati, Ilaria Zambon


A Bimodal Pattern in Age at First Birth in Southern Cone Countries?

Ignacio Pardo, Wanda Cabella


Urban Slums and Fertility Rate Differentials

Sherif Maher Hassan, Ron Mahabir



Ignacio Pardo, Associate Professor

Ignacio Pardo is an Associate Professor at the Programa de Población (Population Studies Program) in the Universidad de la República (Uruguay) and its current Coordinator. His research is related to social demography, fertility, population policy and mixed methods. He received his Ph.D. in Sociology from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid in 2011. He is the Associate Editor of the Revista Latinoamericana de Población (Relap), the journal of the Latin American Population Association.



Wanda Cabella, Professor

Wanda Cabella is a Professor at the Programa de Población (Population Studies Program) in the Universidad de la República (Uruguay).  She has a doctorate in  Demography from the Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP), Brazil, 2006. Her research interests are focused on fertility, family change, and nuptiality. Since 2016, she has been the Editor-in-Chief of the Revista Latinoamericana de Población (Relap), the journal of the Latin American Population Association.


Edward L. Fink

Edward L. Fink is Professor in the Department of Strategic Communication at Temple University and Professor Emeritus of Communication at the University of Maryland.

He grew up in the Bronx and graduated from Columbia University (undergraduate) and the University of Wisconsin-Madison (graduate). He majored in sociology at both institutions. He also had a heavy dose of mathematics at Columbia, and at Wisconsin, his cognate field was educational psychology.

Fink’s research is quantitative and typically experimental. He studies attitude and belief changes, social influences, research methods and statistics, and social networks. He co-authored (with J. Woelfel) The Measurement of Communication Processes: Galileo Theory and Method (New York, NY: Academic Press, 1980), and has been editor of Human Communication Research, chair of the University of Maryland’s Department of Communication, and associate dean of Maryland’s Graduate School. He also is a fellow of the International Communication Association (ICA) and a recipient of ICA’s B. Aubrey Fisher Mentorship Award.

TOP 10 DOWNLOADS (August 2018)
Economic Determinants of Japan’s Low Fertility Rate: Cointegration Analysis
Timothy DeStefano,  Esra Kabaklarli
Volume 50, Number 2, 2011
International Migration and Employment in Australia
Peter McDonald
Volume 54, Number 2, 2015
Residential Segregation and Health Outcomes in the United States: Moving Beyond Black and White
Kathryn Freeman Anderson
Volume 55, Number 2, 2016
Prevalence of Disability among Hispanic Immigrant Populations: New Evidence from the American Community Survey
Mara Getz Sheftel
Volume 56, Number 1, 2017
Commitment Timing in Same-Sex and Different-Sex Relationships
Taylor Orth, Michael Rosenfeld
Volume 57, Number 1, 2018
Same-Sex Sexuality and the Duration of First Different-Sex Marriages
Aaron Hoy, Andrew S. London
Volume 56, Number 2, 2017
Are the Parents Alright?: Time in Self-Care in Same-Sex and Different-Sex Two-Parent Families with Children
Jennifer March Augustine, Jose Martin Aveldanes, Carla A. Pfeffer
Volume 56, Number 2, 2017
Migration and Violent Conflict in Mindanao
Jorge V. Tigno
Volume 45, Number 1, 2006
Human Insecurity and Streams of Conflict for a Re-conceptualization of International Migration
İbrahim Sirkeci
Volume 46, Number 2, 2007
Current and Future Demographics of the Veteran Population, 2014–2024
Ernesto F. L. Amaral, Michael S. Pollard, Joshua Mendelsohn, and Matthew Cefalu
Volume 57, Number 1, 2018


Join the discussion