2 edition of Population change and metro-nonmetro housing quality differences found in the catalog.
Population change and metro-nonmetro housing quality differences
James J. Mikesell
Issued Oct. 1977.
|Statement||James J. Mikesell.|
|Series||Agricultural economic report ; no. 388, Agricultural economic report -- no. 388.|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 25 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||25|
Document nonmetropolitan population change, examine the dynamics of these changes and investigate their social, economic, and environmental causes and consequences. Describe the interrelationships between contemporary rural population change and inequality, prosperity, and well-being of rural people, places and institutions. counties did the Hispanic population account for over 10 percent of total population in Watonwan County (%) and Nobles County (%). Other Counties Age The age distribution of the metro and nonmetro population in Minnesota is shown in the chart below. The percent of the population in the 20 to 44 age groups is greater in theFile Size: KB.
County Location Measures of Affordable Housing Availability Relative to Populations in Need Multiplied by , it can be interpreted as the percentage of one population that would have to change counties City–suburban, metro–nonmetro, and regional differences in the housing quality of U.S. elderly households. Research on Aging 16 Cited by: Full text of "ERIC ED Rural Development Progress: Fourth Annual Report of the Secretary of Agriculture to the Congress, See other formats.
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Population Change and Metro-Nonmetro Housing Quality Differences, James J. Mikesell, Economic Development Division, Economic Research Service, U.S. Depart- ment of Agriculture, Agricultural Economic Report No.
Abstract This study investigates the degree to. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mikesell, James J.
Population change and metro-nonmetro housing quality differences. Washington, D.C.: Economic Research. Author(s): Mikesell,J J Title(s): Population change and metro-nonmetro housing quality differences/ J.J. Mikesell.
Country of Publication: United States Publisher: U.S. Department of Agriculture. Population thresholds used to differentiate rural and urban communities range from 2, up to 50, depending on the definition.
Because the U.S. is a nation in which so many people live in areas that are not clearly rural or urban, seemingly small changes in the way rural areas are defined can have large impacts on who and what are. Because of the relatively small and homogeneous population in rural communities, community-wide prevention efforts are often more manageable than in urban areas.
Social work in rural communities: A book of readings. New York: Council on Social Work Education. Population change and metro-nonmetro housing quality differences.
Washington Cited by: Patterns Population change and metro-nonmetro housing quality differences book population change between and are analyzed for U.S.
nonmetropolitan incorporated cities and towns. Ranging in size from less than up to 50, population, they included over 30 million people inor about one-half of the total population living outside metropoHtan areas. For this study, a constant geo. City-suburban, metro-nonmetro, and regional differences in the housing quality of U.S.
elderly households. Research on Aging, 16 (3), – doi: / Cited by: 1. Downloadable (with restrictions). A general global precept is that agglomeration forces lead to migration from rural to urban areas.
Yet for much of the time since the early s, more people have moved from metro to nonmetro U.S. counties. The underlying causes of this pattern have changed over time with economic shocks and changing household preferences. Knowledge about the size and distribution of the American Indian 1 population is fundamental for understanding its demography.
In particular, such knowledge represents a logical point of departure for any effort to assess other salient characteristics of the population. This paper examines the. Examining the total population of non-metro areas according to the CPS gives some sense of the magnitude of the change in definition.
CPS tables indicate that, prior to the revision, the non-metro population of the United States was consistently between 47. into two major sections: Households and Families in Appalachia, and Family Structure and Poverty. This paper is part of a series of reports being written for the Appalachian Regional Commission on topics including population growth, labor markets, poverty, racial and ethnic diversity, housing and commuting, age structure, migration, and education.
The Receipt of Government Food Assistance: Differences Between Metro and Non-Metro Households Article in Journal of Family and Economic Issues 39(1) May with 34 Reads. Request PDF | Poverty over Time and Location: An Examination of Metro-Nonmetro Differences | Over time, poor individuals and households differ in the duration and number of poverty spells they.
An Overview of Racial and Ethnic Demographic Trends Gary ur, Molly Martin, Jennifer Eggerling-Boeck, Susanand Ann P rovided here is an overview of major demographic trends for racial and ethnic groups in the United States over the past 50 or so years— a daunting undertaking for one paper, given the variety of groups.
We are hiring thousands of people for the Census. Click to learn more and apply. The United States Office of Management and Budget (OMB) delineates metropolitan and micropolitan statistical areas according to published standards that are applied to Census Bureau data.
Metropolitan and Micropolitan Population Change: to The Journal of Rural Social Sciences (JRSS) is the official peer-reviewed journal of the Southern Rural Sociological Association. JRSS is focused on disseminating scholarly works that build knowledge and have the potential to inform development practice and policy across social, economic, cultural, and environmental domains.
Provides over data indicators identifying social, economic, and housing characteristics of communities in the United States. Utilizes the Housing Assistance Council (HAC) tabulations of public use data sets, including the Census of Population and Housing, the American Community Survey (ACS), and Home Mortgage Disclosure Act Data.
COUNTIES THAT SWITCH TO METRO FROM NONMETRO State County Name Population in Census Metro Area Joined In AL Pickens Cou Tuscaloosa, AL AL Baldwin CountyDaphne-Fairhope-Foley, AL AR Little River Cou Texarkana, TX-AR AZ Cochise CountySierra Vista-Douglas, AZ.
The ERS creative class codes indicate a County's share of population employed in occupations that require "thinking creatively." Variables used to construct the ERS creative class measure include number and percent employed in creative class occupations and a metro/nonmetro indicator for all counties, and Author: Barbara Levergood.
These detail tables present numbers for the Census- Population, Poverty Statistics by County by Race. TABLE | J Census: Poverty, Places W, Pers Children Under 6. The effect of population change on family resources for retirement. Market discrimination against women is quite evident.
"The analysis is based on data from the Population and Housing Census of Korea and the Special Labor Force Survey. we examine the roles of metro-nonmetro differences in (1) demographic composition, (2.
Population and Housing Unit Estimates Access to current and historical population estimates and population change, available at the national, state, county, and city/town level. Also includes data on housing units nationally, by state, and by county. Type: Website Sponsoring organization: U.S.
Census Bureau view details. For example, a mile increase in the distance between metro-nonmetro county pairs is associated with a nonmetro county's in-migration rate decreasing by 56%. Comparing the two sub-samples in metro-to-nonmetro flows, the nonmetro-nonadjacent sample seems to have a smaller distance effect than in the nonmetro-adjacent by: