S. Philip Morgan
S. Philip Morgan
Director, Carolina Population Center & Professor of Sociology, UNC-CH
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Adolescent mothers in later life.
FF Furstenberg Jr, J Brooks-Gunn, SP Morgan
Cambridge University Press, 1987
Paternal participation and children's well-being after marital dissolution
Frank. F. Furstenberg, Jr., SP Morgan, PD Allison
American Sociological Review, 695-701, 1987
Fathers, sons, and daughters: Differential paternal involvement in parenting
KM Harris, SP Morgan
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 531-544, 1991
First births in America: Changes in the timing of parenthood
RR Rindfuss, SP Morgan, G Swicegood
Univ of California Press, 1988
Sons, daughters, and the risk of marital disruption
SP Morgan, DN Lye, GA Condran
American journal of sociology 94 (1), 110-129, 1988
Education and the changing age pattern of American fertility: 1963–1989
RR Rindfuss, SP Morgan, K Offutt
Demography 33 (3), 277-290, 1996
Is low fertility a twenty-first-century demographic crisis?
SP Morgan
Demography 40 (4), 589-603, 2003
Adolescent mothers and their children in later life
FF Furstenberg Jr, J Brooks-Gunn, SP Morgan
Family planning perspectives, 142-151, 1987
Intermarriage and social distance among US immigrants at the turn of the century
DL Pagnini, SP Morgan
American journal of sociology 96 (2), 405-432, 1990
Logistic regression: Description, examples, and comparisons
SP Morgan, JD Teachman
Journal of Marriage and Family 50 (4), 929-936, 1988
The changing institutional context of low fertility
RR Rindfuss, KB Guzzo, SP Morgan
Population Research and Policy Review 22, 411-438, 2003
Race differences in the timing of adolescent intercourse
FF Furstenberg Jr, SP Morgan, KA Moore, JL Peterson
American Sociological Review, 511-518, 1987
Missing the target? Correspondence of fertility intentions and behavior in the US
A Quesnel-Vallée, SP Morgan
Population research and policy review 22, 497-525, 2003
Marital disruption: Structual and temporal dimensions
SP Morgan, RR Rindfuss
American Journal of Sociology 90 (5), 1055-1077, 1985
Religiosity and fertility in the United States: The role of fertility intentions
SR Hayford, SP Morgan
Social Forces 86 (3), 1163-1188, 2008
Muslim and non‐Muslim differences in female autonomy and fertility: evidence from four Asian countries
SP Morgan, S Stash, HL Smith, KO Mason
Population and development review 28 (3), 515-537, 2002
Gender inequality and fertility in two Nepali villages
SP Morgan, BB Niraula
Population and Development Review, 541-561, 1995
The correspondence between fertility intentions and behavior in the United States
SP Morgan, H Rackin
Population and development review 36 (1), 91-118, 2010
The relationship between early childhood blood lead levels and performance on end-of-grade tests
ML Miranda, D Kim, MAO Galeano, CJ Paul, AP Hull, SP Morgan
Environmental health perspectives 115 (8), 1242-1247, 2007
Intended and ideal family size in the United States, 1970–2002
KJ Hagewen, SP Morgan
Population and development review 31 (3), 507-527, 2005
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