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Settore scientifico disciplinare: DEMOGRAFIA E STATISTICA SOCIALE (13/D3)

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TEACHING AND EXAMINATION METHODS FOR NON ATTENDING STUDENTS

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Pubblicato alle ore 15:09 del giorno 24/10/2018

Non attending students can prepare the exams studying on this material:

1. Two articles extracted from: G. Caselli. J. Vallin, G. Wunsch. Demography, Analysis and Synthesis. A Treatise in Population Studies, Elzevier 2006, pp. 262-308 (Vol. III); pp. 523-554.

2. Lecture on Mobliity and Demographic Transition Model

Demographic  transition 

3.Meaurses.   3.1 exercise n.1 ; exercise n.2

exercise n.3;  exercise n.4 : specific rates

4. Theories 

 

TEXTBOOKS

G. Caselli, J. Vallin, G. Wunsch, Demography: Analysis and Synthesis. A Treatise in Population Studies, Elzevier, 2006: Introduction to Section II, Chapter 58, Chapter 59, Chapter 122 and Chapter 123.

P. Boyle, K. Halfacree, V. Robinson, Exploring Contemporary Migration, Longmann, 2010. 

TEACHING AND EXAMINATION METHODS FOR STUDENTS ATTENDING

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Pubblicato alle ore 19:31 del giorno 08/02/2016

Materials

Text for presentation: Bonifazi, Simon etc

Articles for presentation: A continent moving...  

Second generation  in Germany

Migration to Europe

1. DEFINITION 

Lesson 

TEXT: Deterimants of migration

TEXT DEFINITION

Exercise 1.1. Migration biographies

 

2. MEASURES

TEXT Population Equation and rates 

Exercise (rates)

Exercise (balance)

LESSON

 

Textbooks

G. Caselli, J. Vallin, G. Wunch, Demography: Analysis and Synthesis, A Treatise in Population Studies, Elsevier, 2006: Introduction to Section II, Chapter 58, Chapter 59, Chapter 122 and Chapter 123.

Teaching and examination methods: Written exam, class project, Presentation of students work.

BEFORE TO DO THE WRITTEN EXAM STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED EITHER TO BUILD THE CLASS PROJECT AND TO DO THE PRESENTATION OF THE WORK ASSIGNED.

 

Example of Presentation of student work (a.a. 2015/16)

 


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