Session 211:
New Methodological Approaches for Examining Internal Migration

Saturday, May 5
2:30 PM - 4:20 PM
Union Square 5-6
Fourth Floor

Chair: Thomas Hirschl, Cornell University
Discussant: Joe Francis, Cornell University

  1. Migration Is Many Different Things: Using Network Analysis to Distinguish Different Interpretations of U.S. Interstate Migration PatternsBrandon Ferrell, University of Oklahoma; Joseph L. Rodgers, University of Oklahoma

  2. A Method for Indirectly Estimating Historical U.S. Migration Patterns: 1850-1880Jani S. Little, University of Colorado at Boulder; Andrei Rogers, University of Colorado at Boulder

  3. Rural Migration and Social Dislocation: Using GIS Data on Social Interaction Sites to Measure Meaningful Differences in Rural-Rural MigrationsElizabeth A. Sully, Princeton University; Kenneth Ekoru, MRC/UVRI Uganda Research Unit on AIDS

  4. Computing Error Measures for Migration Distance Estimates in Historical Linked Data SetsRebecca J. Vick, University of Minnesota; Sula Sarkar, University of Minnesota

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