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Goldstein, Sidney

GOLDSTEIN, Sidney

GOLDSTEIN, Sidney. American, b. 1927. Genres: Demography, Sociology. Career: Brown University, Providence, RI, assistant professor, 1955-57, associate professor, 1957-60, professor of sociology, 1960-93, chairman of dept., 1963-70, director, Population Studies and Training Center, 1966-89, George Hazard Crooker University Professor, 1977-93, professor emeritus, 1993-. UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, consultant, 1977-82. Publications: Patterns of Mobility, 1910-1950, 1958; The Norristown Study, 1961; (with K.B. Mayer) The First Two Years: Problems of Small Business Growth and Survival, 1961; (with C. Goldscheider) Jewish-Americans: Three Generations in a Jewish Community, 1968; A Population Survey of the Greater Springfield Jewish Community, 1968; Urbanization in Thailand, 1970; The Demography of Bangkok, 1972; (with A. Speare and W. Frey) Residential Mobility, Migration and Metropolitan Change, 1975; Circulation in the Context of Total Mobility in Southeast Asia, 1978; (with A. Goldstein) A Test of the Potential Use of Multiplicity in Research on Population Movement, 1979; (with A. Goldstein) Surveys of Migration in Developing Countries, 1981; (with A. Goldstein) Migration and Fertility in Peninsular Malaysia, 1983; (with A. Goldstein) Urbanization in China; (with A. Goldstein) Migration in Thailand: A 25-Year Review, 1986; (with C. Goldscheider) The Jewish Community of Rhode Island, 1987; (with A. Goldstein) Permanent and Temporary Migration Differentials in China, 1990; Urbanization in China 1982-87: The Role of Migration and Reclassification, 1990; The Impact of Temporary Migration on Urban Places, 1993; (with A. Goldstein) Jews on the Move, 1996; (with A. Goldstein) Conservative Jewry in the United States, 1998; (with A. Goldstein and Y. Djamba) Permanent and Temporary Migration during Periods of Economic Change, 1999; (with A. Goldstein and Zai Liang) Migration, Gender, and Labor Force in Hubei Province, China, 1985-1990, 2000. EDITOR (with D. Sly): Basic Data Needed for the Study of Urbanization, 1975; Measurement of Urbanization and the Projection of Urban Population, 1975; Patterns of Urbanization, 1976. Address: Population Studies and Training Center, Brown University, Providence, RI 02912, U.S.A.

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