1. Assoc Professor Dharmalingam Arunachalam

    Org. Unit: Sociology

    Email: Dharma.Arunachalam@monash.edu



    Title: Head of School

    Phone: +61 3 990 52357

    Department: School of Social Sciences

  2. Books on Overnight Loan 5 items
    1. Beginning population studies - David Lucas, Paul A. Meyer, Australian National University. National Centre for Development Studies c1994

      Book 

  3. Week 1: Introduction and overview 3 items
    1. Population change [Chapter 1] - D. T. Rowland 2003

      Chapter Prescribed text

  4. Week 2: Population age structure 7 items
    1. Demographic compression [Section 9] - Natalie Jackson 2001

      Chapter Prescribed text

    2. Broken limits to life expectancy - Jim Oeppen, James W. Vaupel 2002

      Article 

    3. Tutorial 1 (week 2)

    4. Population Ageing: Crisis or Transition? - Pamela Kinnear 1 December 2001

      Webpage Prescribed text Sections 2, 3, 6 and 7. (accessed 20th Feb. 2020)

  5. Week 3: Using population data 9 items
    1. Why the census matters - Ernest Healy 9 August 2011

      Article Prescribed text accessed 20th Feb. 2020

    2. 2011 Household Census Form - Australian Bureau of Statistics

      Document  accessed 20th Feb. 2020

    3. Census of Population and Housing: Census Dictionary - Australian Bureau of Statistics 2016

      Document  (2011 equivalent census form is not available for 2016; but they are almost identical)—read in particular pages 17-20 for major areas covered in the census. accessed 20th Feb. 2020

    4. Household Form - Census Help - Australian Bureau of Statistics 2011

      Document  accessed 20th Feb. 2020

    5. Tutorial 2 (week 3)

    6. 2011 Household Census Form - Australian Bureau of Statistics

      Document  accessed 20th Feb. 2020

    7. Population change [Chapter 1] - D. T. Rowland 2003

      Chapter Prescribed text (Sections: 1.3, 1.4, 1.7, and 1.8. Journals and internet sources: 41-42; excel exercise: 43-44.

    8. Demographic methods and concepts - D. T. Rowland 2003

      Book  Read: Population distributions [Chapter 10].

  6. Week 4: Applied sociology 3 items
    1. Tutorial 3 (week 4)

    2. Demographic methods and concepts - D. T. Rowland 2003

      Book  Fertility and the family [Chapter 7] - (Sections 7.1 through to sections 7.6, including BOX 7.1. Skip formulae and calculations in tables).

    3. Fertility differentials - Genevieve Heard, Dharmalingam Arunachalam 2015

      Chapter Prescribed text

  7. Week 5: Trends in fertility 7 items
    1. Australians' desire for children - Dharmalingam Arunachalam, Genevieve Heard 2015

      Chapter 

    2. Demographic methods and concepts - D. T. Rowland 2003

      Book  Fertility and the family [Chapter 7].

    3. People and Place 2000

      Journal  See other articles on fertility decline in this issue

    4. A sustainable population strategy for Australia: issues paper and appendices - Commonwealth of Australia 2010

      Document  Chapter 2 sections 2.4 and 2.9, Chapter 3 section 3.9. (accessed 20th Feb. 2020)

  8. Week 6: Partnering 3 items
  9. Week 7: Intermarriage in Australia 6 items
    1. Tutorial 5 (week 7)

    2. The family and household transition [Chapter 10] - John Robert Weeks 2016

      Chapter  Relevant pages: 384-401.

  10. Week 8: Explaining migration 1 item
    1. Provided later through Moodle

  11. Week 9: Migration and social cohesion 2 items
    1. Reports of the Scanlon Foundation Surveys - Mapping Australia's Population

      Webpage  Mapping Social Cohesion: The 2007 Scanlon Foundation Surveys - A. Markus & D. Arunachalam. (accessed 20th Feb. 2020)

    2. Public opinion and social cohesion [Chapter 7] - Andrew Markus, Peter McDonald, James Jupp 2009

      Chapter Prescribed text

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