PAM 2030 review session - Which groups more likely to...

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PAM 2030 Review Know names of authors/titles from all readings 10 questions from the textbook Just know the main points from the readings Review the powerpoints- the beginning of each class had a few main points to know, these are the guiding questions What is a high segregation number- segregation numbers 0 to 100 o 0 = perfectly integrated 50 out of 75 questions from lectures read conclusions of the articles Primer on US immigration- early 1920’s there were restrictive immigration laws that went into effect, family reunifaction laws in the 60’s which changes the quotas on European immigrants Marital search theory: Marriage trends
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Unformatted text preview: Which groups more likely to intermarry Basic explanations why there are differences in marriage Marriage and public policy Non marital fertility Divorce rates: divorce trends Lorenz curves- 45% angle means that, what does it do Gini coefficient Census geography- difference between metropolitan and micropolitan area, rural v urabn areas Segregation- index of similarities, uneven distribution of different groups across an area. Exposure measure- what is the liklihood of any of you in a white neighborhood bumping into a black person Poverty- know how this is calculated o Know alternatives...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2009 for the course PAM 2030 taught by Professor Lichler during the Fall '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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