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I am a historian of medicine and reproduction, and I am wondering if anyone has written a history of 20th century US fertility surveys, from the Growth of American Families through the National Surveys of Family Growth. Thanks!
47th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association
Philadelphia, PA, November 11-14, 2021
Submission Deadline: March 16, 2021
“Crisis, Conjunctures, Turning Points: Theory and Method in Turbulent Times”
The latest country case study from Maastricht University looks at how waves of migration since colonialism have shaped Singapore's unique population demographics.
The included playlist contains video case studies concerning 5 countries. Each case study gives a historical overview of migration and then describes contemporary policies and trends. While optimized as a teaching resource, these videos are useful for anyone looking for data-backed migration information.
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