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  • 1. Population Studies in an Era of Mass Migration Anthony M. Angiletta Morrison Curator for the Social Sciences Updated May 15, 2009
  • 2. This Map Depicts African Populations That Fled During 1999
  • 3. Population Studies and Demography as a Field of Inquiry •an auxiliary science •an interdisciplinary social science • a “given” of all social science •Migration studies as subfield
  • 4. Population Studies and Demography at Stanford • Morrison Institute for Population and Resource Studie
  • 5. Stanford-only resources •Selected list of source articles, etc. keyed to current migration and refugee terms --Primordial Texts --JSTOR, Annual Reviews, Project Muse --Academic Universe --PolicyFile --CIAO
  • 6. Beyond Stanford-only sources General population studies sites --Internet Resources for Demographers --Internet Resources for Demographers, updated -- Sociosite: Demography & Population Studies -- Population and Population Growth
  • 7. Population and Development World Development Chart: Child Survival and Income: 4 Paths
  • 8. Sweden 4 Iceland y World Development Chart Health Singapore Finland Norway Japan Korea Rep. Denmark with four different historical patterns 1960 -2000 Malta Spain Germany Switzerland 6 Download free software: www.gapminder.com and www.whc.ki.se Czech Slovenia France Italy Austria Luxemburg Australia Republic New Zeeland Ireland Children dying before age 5 per 1000 births (log scale) Macao Cyprus Canada UK 8 Cuba 2000 Portugal Greece Israel Taiwan Belgium Netherlands Croatia Slovakia USA Brunei 10 Malaysia 2000 Poland Hungary United Arab Emirates Cuba 1995 Lithuania Estonia Bahrain Oman Chile Kuwait Cuba 1990 Ukraine Bulgaria Belarus Costa Rica Barbados Qatar Size = Malaysia 1995 Uruguay Bahamas Population Cuba 1985 Armenia Yugoslavia Bosnia FYR Macedonia Latvia Trinidad & Tobago in millions Sri Lanka Malaysia 1990 20 Azerbaijan Georgia Fiji Mauritius 1 Cuba 1980 Moldova Venezuela RussiaLibya Argentina 10 Solomon Jamaica Romania Surinam Colombia Panama Saudi Arabia Uzbekistan Island Syria Paraguay Lebanon 100 Kazakhstan Tajikistan Jordan Sweden 1950 30 West Bank & Viet Nam Albania Malaysia 1985 Tunisia Cuba 1975 Gaza Ecuador China El Salvador Thailand 1000 Kyrgyzstan Belize Mexico Philippines Algeria 40 Cuba 1970 Nicaragua Honduras Turkmenistan Peru Iran Brazil Malaysia 1980Cape Verde Turkey Korea, Dem. Rep. 50 Cuba 1965 Indonesia Guatemala Dominican Rep. Colour Cuba 1960 Malaysia 1975 Egypt 60 Malaysia 1970 Morocco Mongolia Comoros Papua New Guinea Guyana = 80 Bangladesh Bolivia Malaysia 1965 Maldives South Africa Continents Asia & Pacific Yemen Gabon 2000 Malaysia 1960 India 100 Eritrea Congo, RepMyanmar Sudan Nepal Ghana Gabon 1990 Gabon 1980 Botswana Americas Bhutan Lao Zimbabwe Europe Djibouti Kenya Gambia Haiti Iraq Namibia Cambodia Pakistan Leshoto Swaziland Tanzania Madagascar Benin Central Senegal Sub-Saharan Africa African Rep. Cameroon Togo Burundi Ethiopia Nigeria Uganda Equatorial North Africa & Guinea Gabon 1975 Zambia Chad Mauritania Eastern Meditteranian Malawi 2000 Mozambique Côte d'Ivoire 200 Somalia Guinea Bissau Burkina Faso Angola Gabon 1970 Malawi 1990 Mali Rwanda Congo, Guinea 174 countries with > 250 000 inhabitants, year 2000 Malawi 1980 DR Niger Liberia Source: World Development Indicators 2002 & estimates in italic Sierra Leone Afghanistan © Hans Rosling, hans.rosling@phs.ki.se 300 Malawi 1970 Gabon 1960 Gabon 1965 Division of International Health, Dept. of Public Health Sciences, Karolinska Institutet, SE-171 76, Stockholm, Sweden Malawi 1960 400 400 600 1 000 2 000 4 000 6000 10 000 20 000 40 000 Sick Poor Yearly income in US dollars per person (PPP, log scale) Rich
  • 9. Population and Development World Development Chart: Child Survival and Income: Cuba, Guatemala, Sweden
  • 10. Sweden 2000 4 Iceland y World Development Chart Health Singapore Finland Norway Japan Korea Rep. Denmark with two different historical patterns Malta Spain Germany Switzerland 6 Download free software: www.gapminder.com and www.whc.ki.se Czech Slovenia France Italy Austria Luxemburg Ireland Australia Republic New Zeeland Children dying before age 5 per 1000 births (log scale) Macao Cyprus UK Canada Belgium Israel 8 Cuba 2000 Portugal Greece Sweden Netherlands 1990 Brunei Croatia Taiwan Sweden Slovakia United Arab Emirates USA 1980 10 Malaysia Poland Hungary Cuba 1995 Lithuania Estonia Bahrain Oman Chile Kuwait Size = Belarus Barbados Costa Rica Sweden 1970 Cuba 1990 Ukraine Bulgaria Qatar Russia Uruguay Bahamas Population Armenia Yugoslavia Bosnia FYR Macedonia Latvia Trinidad & Tobago in millions Sri Lanka Mauritius 20 Azerbaijan Moldova Georgia Fiji Venezuela Libya Sweden 1960 Argentina 1 Cuba 1980 Romania 10 Solomon Jamaica Saudi Arabia Surinam Panama Colombia Uzbekistan Island Syria Paraguay 100 Lebanon Kazakhstan Sweden 1950 Tajikistan Jordan 30 West Bank & Viet Nam Albania Ecuador Tunisia Thailand Gaza Kyrgyzstan China El Salvador Belize Mexico 1000 Philippines Algeria 40 Cuba 1970 Nicaragua Honduras Turkmenistan Peru Iran Brazil Guatemala 2000 Turkey Korea, Dem. Rep. Cape Verde 50 Dominican Rep. Cuba 1960 Indonesia Sweden 1940 Colour 60 Morocco Mongolia Papua Guatemala Egypt = New Guinea Comoros 1990 Guyana Sweden 1930 80 Bolivia Continents Bangladesh Asia & Pacific Yemen Sweden 1920 South Africa Gabon Pakistan India Americas 100 Eritrea Congo, RepMyanmar Sudan Nepal Ghana Iraq Zimbabwe Sweden 1910 Botswana Bhutan Lao Swaziland Namibia Europe Djibouti Kenya Gambia Haiti Cambodia Guatemala 1980 Sub-Saharan Africa Tanzania Madagascar Benin Central Senegal Togo Sweden 1900 Equatorial African Rep.Cameroon Sweden 1890 Guinea North Africa & Burundi Ethiopia Nigeria Eastern Meditteranian UgandaMauritania Sweden Guatemala 1970 Zambia 1880 Mozambique Côte d'Ivoire 200 Malawi Somalia Guinea Chad Bissau RwandaBurkina Sweden 1870 Guatemala 1960 174 countries with > 250 000 inhabitants, year 2000 Faso Angola Main Source: World Development Indicators 2002 (estimates in italic) Congo, GuineaMali Guatemala 1950 DR Niger 19th Centurys Swedish Child mortality is estimated from Infant mortality(Mitchel), Liberia and Income is estimated from Maddison. Sierra Leone Afghanistan 300 © Hans Rosling, hans.rosling@phs.ki.se Division of International Health, Dept. of Public Health Sciences, Karolinska Institutet, SE-171 76, Stockholm, Sweden 400 400 600 1 000 2 000 4 000 6000 10 000 20 000 40 000 Sick Poor Yearly income in US dollars per person (PPP, log scale) Rich
  • 11. Population and Development World Development Chart: Life Expectancy and Income: 1999
  • 12. 82 Japan HongSwedenChina Kong, Switzerland 80 France Iceland Canada Australia Italy Israel Spain Austria NorwayUnited States of America SingaporeBelgium Malta Greece New Zealand Germany Cyprus United Finland Netherlands Kingdom Costa Rica Luxembourg Cuba Kuwait Ireland Dominica Denmark Chile Portugal Jamaica Slovenia United Arab Emirates Barbados Czech Republic Panama 75 Armenia Albania Belize Venezuela Uruguay Mexico Poland Argentina Republic of Korea Sri Lanka Croatia Georgia Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Slovak Arabia Malaysia Saudi Republic Bahrain China TunisiaLithuania Grenada Trinidad and Tobago Mauritius Jordan Colombia Bulgaria Hungary Algeria Paraguay Lebanon Estonia Latvia Suriname Ecuador Syria Turkey Romania Life expectancy at birth Vietnam Philippines El Salvador Peru 70 Solomon Islands Nicaragua Egypt Ukraine Fiji Cape Verde Iran Thailand Brazil Bahamas, The Maldives Vanuatu Morocco Belarus Uzbekistan Moldova Indonesia Dominican Republic Tajikistan Honduras Russia Kyrgyz Republic Mongolia India Azerbaijan Guatemala Turkmenistan Size: Population in millions 65 Pakistan Bolivia Kazakhstan 1 Bhutan 10 Guyana Bangladesh Comoros 60 100 Nepal Sudan Papua New Guinea Yemen 1000 55 Ghana Madagascar Laos Cambodia Gambia, The Benin Gabon Haiti Senegal Africa Congo, Rep. Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Mauritania 50 Togo Cameroon Americas Asia Chad Angola Guinea South Africa Europa Kenya 45 Niger Nigeria Guinea-Bissau Côte d'Ivoire Djibouti Arab countries Swaziland Namibia Tanzania Burkina Faso Lesotho Central African Republic Uganda Burundi Ethiopia Mozambique Main source: Mali World Development 40 Rwanda Zimbabwe Indicators 2003 Sierra Leone Zambia Botswana Malawi 37 500 700 1 000 2 000 3 000 5 000 7 000 10 000 20 000 30 000 GDP per capita in 1995 international dollars Log scale
  • 13. Human Development Trends, 2005 Source: Human Development Report 2005Download(PC)United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Gapminder, 2005
  • 14. Population and Migration sites International Organization for Migration United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) United Nations Population InformationNetwork (POPIN) Committee for International Cooperation in National Resea International Migration and Colonization (Intute) European Migration Research Institutes Immigration index
  • 15. Population and Migration sites (cont’d) CIESIN Population Datasets and Viewers Borderlands Information Center links Forced Migration I Forced Migration II ●Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC) ●ReliefWeb maps
  • 16. Population and Migration sites (cont’d) ●U.S. Committee for Refugees (USCR) • History of International Migrations • Center for Migration and Development (CMD)
  • 17. Population and Migration sites (cont’d) • Center for Migration Studies (CMS) • Migration Policy Group • Migration Policy Institute (MPI) • Global and U.S. Migration Information & Statistics sit • University of Texas Austin Demographics & Statistics l
  • 18. Framing the Issue in the U.S. • The New Americans: Economic, Demographic, and Fiscal Effects (National Academy Press, 1997) Print version: Green Library JV6471 .N43 1997 • The Immigration Debate:Studies on the Economic, Demographic, Print version: Green Library JV6471 .I445 1998
  • 19. Conclusion • World Resources Institute: Earth Trends • “It’s the Demography, Stupid!” : A Current Depiction of the Basal Role of Population: here