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Title: Social demography and pandemics
Authors: Dommaraju, Premchand
Keywords: Social sciences
Issue Date: 2020
Source: Dommaraju, P. (2020). Social demography and pandemics. Asian Population Studies, 16(3), 241-242.
Journal: Asian Population Studies
Abstract: All the three components of demographic change—births, deaths, and migration—are deeply affected by pandemics. While deaths are the most obvious, pandemics leave an imprint, over the short and long term, on all the three demographic components. The demographic impacts are social in the sense that different social groups are impacted differently. Social demography is useful to uncover and understand social aspects of population dynamics including issues related to inequality, inequity, and differentials in demographic outcomes. In this commentary, I reflect on the social demographic implications of COVID-19 pandemic (the pandemic from now on) in Asia
DOI: 10.1080/17441730.2020.1811512
Rights: This is an Accepted Manuscript of an article published by Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor and Francis in Asian Population Studies on 7 Sep 2020, available online:
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