Join your fellow applied demographers to share work, strengthen your network, and come together with the entire applied demography community. The Applied Demography Conference will be held virtually February 1-3, 2022.
Help support operations and special programs with a donation.
Browse open positions with our new job board.
On behalf of the organizations we lead, the Population Association of America and ...
On September 20, the PAA and Association of Population Centers submitted comments ...
The Institute for Education Sciences (IES)—an often-underappreciated agency that ...
Ariel J. Binder
Andrew Fenelon; Michel Boudreaux; Natalie Slopen; Sandra J. Newman
Liliana Andriano; Julia Behrman; Christiaan Monden
Subscribe to our e-mails. Choose the topics you are interested in receiving more information.
You can receive alert emails including the table of contents for upcoming issues and advanced publications.
Already a member? Login here
Kenzie Latham-Mintus is an Associate Professor of Sociology at IUPUI. Her research focuses on understanding how structural conditions and biopsychosocial processes shape disability and chronic illness experiences in later life. Much of her research investigates how physical and social environments shape disability transitions including risk of onset and recovery among older adults. Other recent work uses data from the Health and Retirement Study (HRS) to examine the bidirectional relationship between social relationships and health including how health shocks influence the maintenance of close social ties.
1436 Duke Street Alexandria, VA 22314 Phone: 301-565-6710 Fax: 301-565-7850
© Population Association of America
Terms & Conditions
Site by eConverse Media