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Are Rural Areas Holdouts in the Second Demographic Transition? Evidence From Canada and the United States

Shelley Clark; Matthew M. Brooks; Ann-Marie Helou; Rachel Margolis


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Reevaluating the Spatial Scale of Residential Segregation: Racial Change Within and Between Neighborhoods

Daniel T. Lichter; Domenico Parisi; Shrinidhi Ambinakudige; Christian K. Scott


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U.S. Fertility in Life Course Context: A Research Note on Using Census-Held Linked Administrative Records for Geographic and Sociodemographic Subgroup Estimation

Leslie Root; Amanda Jean Stevenson; Katie Genadek; Sara Yeatman; Stefanie Mollborn; Jane Menken


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Ariane Ophir

Ariane Ophir


Ariane Ophir is a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre d'Estudis Demogràfics (CED) in Barcelona. Her work focuses on gender and family dynamics over the life course. Much of her research looks at gender inequality in the division of household labor across partnerships and living arrangements, paying particular attention to family and household composition in the US. In other work, she examines unpaid family caregiving and its relationship with working life expectancy and population aging in Europe. Her recent work examines how gender relations shape union formation and singlehood.

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