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This guide is intended for use by new DASA students - the 2019/20 Entering Class

2019/2020 DASA Workshops

Welcome to the UCI Libraries -- and all entering students in the Demography & Social Analysis (DASA) Program!

There will be several presentations and workshops for DASA affiliates this year.  They will be posted here once the schedule is complete.  Visiting staff from the US Census will kick of the series and librarians and others will contribute throughout the year.  These will support your coursework and ongoing research. 

A workshop on EPS Data, a recently subscribed statistical data source. The workshop will be held in LL 228 on Friday March 2, 2018, from 11-12 and will cover the following three parts-

  •          Overview of the coverage/functions of EPS Data, in comparison with other sources
  •          Demo for search/browsing for statistics in EPS Data
  •          Demo for processing, analysis, and visualization, saving and exporting of statistical data retrieved in EPS Data

About DASA Resources

DASA [Demography and Social Analysis] is the UCI is a joint program of the School of Social Sciences and the School of Social Ecology.

The library resources in this guide support its curricula and faculty from within both of these interdisciplinary Schools. As librarians for the program, We welcome input and questions. Please contact us if you wish to:

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Sociology 262A - Population

This course is a graduate level survey of of population studies and social demography.  Subject Headings that may be useful to find information on different topics include:

  • Demography
  • Emigration and immigration
  • Epidemiology
  • Epidemological studies
  • Families - Research
  • Fertility
  • Marriage
  • Migration
  • Mortality
  • Population
  • Population aging
  • Social integration
  • United States - Emigration and immigration

Browsing the Langson Library for materials can take place in the HBs.

Library is Open for eAccess

Subject Guide

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Julia Gelfand
Office: Science Library 228

Phone: 949-824-4971


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