School of Demography Seminar Series Semester 2, 2022


James O'Donnell

School of History Seminars in Semester 2, 2022 will be run either in person or online.

Past events

Visualizing Human Diversity in Multiple Dimensions

4 Oct 2022

Recent migration and mobility have made human regions so diverse, in so many different ways, that conventional social science concepts and theories sometimes...

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Interrogating the geographies of internal and international migration: a cross-national comparison

27 Sep 2022

With the slowing of global population growth, migration, both internal and international, is increasingly important in driving population change in many cities...

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Youth Migration and Human Capital Development in Indonesia

20 Sep 2022

Migration not only depicts the movement of people but also signifies the relocation of human capital. Migration is influenced by various factors, including age...

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Does internal migration contribute to the intergenerational transmission of socio-economic inequalities?

13 Sep 2022

Population registers and administrative datasets have become the gold standard in migration research, but access has been limited to a few European and east...

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Decomposing the Differences in Healthy Life Expectancy between Migrants and Natives: the ‘Healthy Migrant Effect’ and Its Age Variations in Australia

6 Sep 2022

Whether the ‘healthy migrant effect’ exhibits different patterns in mortality and morbidity and how such patterns change during migrants’ acculturation and...

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Urban-rural health inequality in China in an era of rapid demographic and socioeconomic changes

30 Aug 2022

The urban-rural divide in China is an issue that is both important and unique, for it is not just a gap naturally formed during the country’s fast development...

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The Gender Revolution and Educational Pairing-Specific Fertility: An Application of the Two-Sex Fertility Model to the Census Data across High Income Nations

23 Aug 2022

The reversal in the educational gradients in fertility sits as the central focus of the gender revolution theories in fertility research. As women with...

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Demography Research Highlights

9 Aug 2022

Parental imprisonment as a risk factor for cardiovascular and metabolic disease in adolescent and adult offspring Parental imprisonment is linked with child...

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