Michael White

Sociology Brown University, Providence, RI 
Demography, Immigration, Urban Sociology, Environment, Social Policy, Africa
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Qian Cai grad student 2000 Brown
Gebre-Egziabher Kiros grad student 2001 Brown
Kubaje Adazu grad student 2002 Brown
Nguyen T. Liem grad student 2004 Brown
Catherine S. Andrzejewski grad student 2005 Brown
Ann H. Kim grad student 2006 Brown
Holly E. Reed grad student 2009 Brown
Justin M. Buszin grad student 2010 Brown
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Ginsburg C, Bocquier P, Béguy D, et al. (2016) Healthy or unhealthy migrants? Identifying internal migration effects on mortality in Africa using health and demographic surveillance systems of the INDEPTH network. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 164: 59-73
White MJ, Mullen EJ. (2016) Socioeconomic attainment in the Ellis Island Era Social Science History. 40: 147-181
Collinson MA, White MJ, Bocquier P, et al. (2014) Migration and the epidemiological transition: insights from the Agincourt sub-district of northeast South Africa. Global Health Action. 7: 23514
Reed HE, Andrzejewski CS, White MJ. (2010) Men's and women's migration in coastal Ghana: An event history analysis. Demographic Research. 22
Kim AH, White MJ. (2010) Panethnicity, ethnic diversity, and residential segregation. Ajs; American Journal of Sociology. 115: 1558-96
Andrzejewski CS, Reed HE, White MJ. (2009) Does where you live influence what you know? Community effects on health knowledge in Ghana. Health & Place. 15: 228-38
Kiros GE, White MJ. (2004) Migration, community context, and child immunization in Ethiopia. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 59: 2603-16
White MJ, Fong E, Cai Q. (2003) The segregation of Asian-origin groups in the United States and Canada Social Science Research. 32: 148-167
Kertzer DI, Sigle W, White MJ. (1999) Childhood mortality and quality of care among abandoned children in nineteenth-century Italy Population Studies. 53: 303-315
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