Vol:28 No.2 (2001)

Table of Contents


The Fundamentals of Longitudinal Research: An Overview Abstract PDF
Fernando Rajulton 169 - 185
Theoretical and Technical Orientations Toward Longitudinal Research in the Social Sciences Abstract PDF
Frans Willekens 189 - 217
Unitary Social Science for Causal Understanding: Experiences and Prospects of Life Course Research Abstract PDF
Martin Diewald 219 - 248
Using Event-history Analysis: Lessons from Fifteen Years of Practice Abstract PDF
Céline Le Bourdais, Jean Renaud 249 - 261
Longitudinal Research in Social Science: Some Theoretical Challenges Abstract PDF
Thomas K. Burch 262 - 283
An Introduction to the Use of Linear Models with Correlated Data Abstract PDF
Benoît Laplante, Benoît-Paul Hébert 287 - 311
The Role of Microsimulation in Longitudinal Data Analysis Abstract PDF
Douglas A. Wolf 313 - 339
Analysis of Life Histories: A State Space Approach Abstract PDF
Fernando Rajulton 341 - 359
An Overview of the Survey of Laobur and Income Dynamics (SLID) Abstract PDF
Philip Giles 363 - 375
After the First Steps: The Evolution of the National Population Health Survey Abstract PDF
Douglas Yeo 377 - 390
The National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth - Overview and Changes After Three Cycles Abstract PDF
Sylvie Michaud 391 - 405
A Causal Approach to Interrelated Family Events: A Cross-National Comparison fo Cohabitation, Non-marital Conception, and Marriage Abstract PDF
Hans-Peter Blossfeld, Melinda Mills 409 - 437
Sequence Analysis in Demographic Research Abstract PDF
Francesco C. Billari 439 - 458
Evolution of Daily Activity Patterns from 1971 to 1981: A Study of the Halifax Activity Panel Survey Abstract PDF
Andrew S. Harvey, Clarke Wilson 459 - 489
Stability and Change: Illustrations with Categorical and Binary Responses Abstract PDF
Fernando Rajulton, Zenaida R. Ravanera 491 - 512
Women's Employment Transitions and Changes in Psychological Distress Abstract PDF
Piotr Wilk 513 - 533
Modeling Hierarchically Clustered Longitudinal Survival Processes with Applications to Child Mortality and Maternal Health Abstract PDF
Barthélémy Kuate-Defo 535 - 561

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