Demography presents the highest quality original research of scholars in a broad range of disciplines, including anthropology, biology, economics, geography, history, psychology, public health, sociology, and statistics. The journal encompasses a wide variety of methodological approaches to population research. Its geographic focus is global, with articles addressing demographic matters from around the planet. Its temporal scope is broad, as represented by research that explores demographic phenomena spanning the ages from the past to the present, and reaching toward the future.
2011 Impact Factor: 1.931
Top cited papers from Demography:
- Paternal Incarceration and Support for Children in Fragile Families – Geller, Amanda; Garfinkel, Irwin; Western, Bruce
- The Protective Effect of Marriage for Survival: A Review and Update – Rendall, Michael S.; Weden, Margaret M.; Favreault, Melissa M.; et al.
- Beyond Absenteeism: Father Incarceration and Child Development – Geller, Amanda; Cooper, Carey E.; Garfinkel, Irwin; et al.
- Child Underreporting, Fertility, and Sex Ratio Imbalance in China – Goodkind, Daniel
- The Evolution of Family Complexity from the Perspective of Nonmarital Children – Cancian, Maria; Meyer, Daniel R.; Cook, Steven T.
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Archives of Sexual Behavior, the official publication of the International Academy of Sex Research, is dedicated to the dissemination of information in the field of sexual science, broadly defined. Contributions consist of empirical research (both quantitative and qualitative), theoretical reviews and essays, clinical case reports, letters to the editor, and book reviews.
Impact Factor: 3.660
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There are some interesting research findings from London School of Economics and Political Science:
Divorce rates are lower in families where husbands help more with housework, shopping and childcare, according to new research.
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