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   CPOP - TOPICS

Aging

Biodemography

Ethnicity, Race, and Gender

Fertility and Reproductive Health

Migration and Urbanization

Mortality and Health

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Child Health in Complex Emergencies  (CPOP)
2005

Addressing the health needs of children in complex emergencies is critical to the success of relief efforts and requires coordinated and effective interventions. However, little systematic work has... Read more


The Changing Transitions to Adulthood in Developing Countries: Selected Studies  (CPOP)
2005

Serving as a companion to Growing Up Global, this book from the National Research Council explores how the transition to adulthood is changing in developing countries in light of globalization and... Read more


Supporting Local Health Care in a Chronic Crisis: Management and Financing Approaches in the Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo  (CPOP)
2005

Providing medical support to the local population during a chronic crisis is difficult. The crisis in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), which is characterized by high excess mortality,... Read more


War, Humanitarian Crises, Population Displacement, and Fertility: A Review of Evidence  (CPOP)
2005

Fertility and reproductive health issues more broadly have tended to be of low priority in humanitarian crises. Public attention is drawn by information concerning the magnitude of refugee flows, of... Read more


Fertility of Malian Tamasheq Repatriated Refugees: The Impact of Forced Migration  (CPOP)
2005

In Africa many of the refugee flows in recent years have had a strong ethnic dimension; interethnic conflict or conflict between politically powerful groups with minority populations is often an... Read more


Growing Up Global: The Changing Transitions to Adulthood in Developing Countries  (CPOP,BOCYF)
2005

The challenges for young people making the transition to adulthood are greater today than ever before. Globalization, with its power to reach across national boundaries and into the smallest... Read more


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