SOC 585
Population and Environment
Summer I 2004

Discussion Leaders
on Research Papers

Week Date Paper Discussion Leader
2 6/8

Topic:  Ethics

Rebecca Kimport

Daniel Goodkind. 1999. Should Prenatal Sex Selection Be Restricted? Ethical Questions and Their Implications for Research and Policy. Population Studies 53(1):4961.

2 6/11 Topic:  Fertility  

Peter Henning

Amy Ong Tsui. 2001. Population Policies, Family Planning Programs, and Fertility: The Record. Population and Development Review 27 (Supplement):184204.
Topic:  Mortality  

Catherine Rice

James Vaupel. 2001. Demographic Insights into Longevity. Population 13(1):245259.
Topic:  Migration  

Johnny Wyatt

Diane C. Bates. 2002. Environmental Refugees? Classifying Human Migrations Caused by Environmental Change. Population and Environment 23(5):465477.
3 6/18 Topic:  Population Change  

Mario Carter

John Bongaarts and Rodolfo A. Bulatao. 1999. Completing the Demographic Transition. Population and Development Review 25(3):515529. 
Topic:  Soils  

Alkie Edwards

Pay Drechsel, Dagmar Kunze and Frits Penning de Vries. 2001. Soil Nutrient Depletion and Population Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Malthusian Nexus? Population and Environment 22(4):411423.
Topic:  Land Use  

Jacqueline Craven

Paul E. Waggoner and Jesse H. Ausubel. 2001. How Much Will Feeding More and Wealthier People Encroach on Forests? Population and Development Review 27(2):239257.
4 6/25 Topic:  Pollution  

Arthur McGovern

Kevin Riley. 2002. Motor Vehicles in China: The Impact of Demographic and Economic Changes. Population and Environment 23(5):479494.
Topic:  Energy    
Richard C. Duncan. 2001. World Energy Production, Population Growth, and the Road to the Olduvai Gorge. Population and Environment 22(5):503522.
Topic:  Natural Resources    
Bonnie Kranzer. 2003. Everglades Restoration: Interactions of Population and Environment. Population and Environment 24(6):455484.