Spatial Demography (journal)
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|Edited by||Jeremy Porter and Frank M. Howell|
Spatial Demography is a quarterly peer-reviewed academic journal of social science published by Springer. It concentrates on spatial analysis of demographic data, on approaches to visualizing demographic data, and on general issues concerning the availability and use of spatial data in demographic analyses. The journal is intended to reach across disciplines and includes scholarship in the fields of sociology, statistics, demography, and population geography. Spatial Demography publishes research articles, as well as book reviews, data sources, and research reports. The present editors-in-chief include Jeremy Porter and Stephen A. Matthews. The journal has been cited as part of a reemerging interest in spatial analysis methods in demographic research in the social sciences with the increasing availability of geospatial data.[not in citation given]
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- "Spatial Demography". SpringerLink. Springer Science+Business Media. 2018. Retrieved June 19, 2018.
- Matthews, Stephen; Parker, Daniel (2013). "Progress in Spatial Demography" (PDF). Demographic Research. 28: 271–312. doi:10.4054/DemRes.2013.28.10. Retrieved June 20, 2018.
Spatial demography is concerned with the spatial analysis of demographic processes and outcomes, and has typically drawn on macro-level or ecological data. A new journal, Spatial Demography, has defined spatial demography as the "spatial analysis of demographic processes."
- "Spatial Demography". PubMed Journals. U.S. National Library of Medicine. 2018. Retrieved June 20, 2018.
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