Her primary areas of investigation include Demography, Cohabitation, Fertility, Marital status and Acculturation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Developed country and Socioeconomic status in addition to Demography. Her Developed country study incorporates themes from Young adult, Single-Parent Family and Infant mortality.
Her work in Socioeconomic status is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Developmental psychology. Her Fertility research focuses on subjects like Demographic economics, which are linked to Social science and Social psychology. She interconnects Human sexuality, Social issues and Single mothers in the investigation of issues within Marital status.
Nancy S. Landale focuses on Demography, Socioeconomic status, Developmental psychology, Cohabitation and Developed country. Nancy S. Landale combines subjects such as Fertility and Low birth weight with her study of Demography. Her research in Socioeconomic status intersects with topics in Poverty, Development economics, Demographic economics and Microdata.
Her studies deal with areas such as Social issues and Human capital as well as Poverty. Her work in the fields of Developmental psychology, such as Young adult, overlaps with other areas such as Legal status, Adolescent health and Mental health. She connects Developed country with Mainland in her research.
Nancy S. Landale mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Legal status, Mexican origin, Socioeconomic status and Environmental health. Her study looks at the intersection of Developmental psychology and topics like Health care with Gerontology. Her biological study deals with issues like Early childhood, which deal with fields such as Asthma incidence.
Her Socioeconomic status research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Human sexuality and Educational attainment. Her Young adult research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Holism, Fertility, Positive Youth Development and Race. Her Child rearing study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Demography.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developmental psychology, Socioeconomic status, Mental health, Adolescent health and Group differences. Her research on Developmental psychology often connects related topics like Poverty. The concepts of her Socioeconomic status study are interwoven with issues in Human sexuality, Child rearing and Demography.
Her Adolescent health research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Sexually transmitted disease, Adolescent medicine, Social environment, Psychosocial and Permissive. Nancy S. Landale has included themes like Fertility and Positive Youth Development in her Young adult study. Her work focuses on many connections between Interpersonal communication and other disciplines, such as Gender studies, that overlap with her field of interest in American Community Survey, Criminology and Holism.
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Constraints, satisfaction and residential mobility: Speare's model reconsidered.
Nancy S. Landale;Avery M. Guest.
Hispanic Families: Stability and Change
Nancy S. Landale;R.S. Oropesa.
Review of Sociology (2007)
Migration and infant death: assimilation or selective migration among Puerto Ricans?
Nancy Susan Landale;Ralph Salvador Oropesa;B. K. Gorman.
American Sociological Review (2000)
Immigration and the Family : Research and Policy on U.s. Immigrants
Alan Booth;Ann C. Crouter;Nancy Landale.
Hispanic Families in the United States: Family Structure and Process in an Era of Family Change
Nancy S. Landale;R. Salvador Oropesa;Christina Bradatan.
White, Black, or Puerto Rican? Racial Self-Identification among Mainland and Island Puerto Ricans
Nancy Landale;Ralph Salvatore Oropesa.
Social Forces (2002)
The Living Arrangements of Children of Immigrants
Nancy S. Landale;Kevin J. A. Thomas;Jennifer Van Hook.
The Future of Children (2011)
The future of marriage and hispanics
R. S. Oropesa;Nancy S. Landale.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2004)
Racial and Ethnic Differences in the Role of Cohabitation in Premarital Childbearing.
Wendy D. Manning;Nancy Susan Landale.
Journal of Marriage and Family (1996)
Precursors of Young Women's Family Formation Pathways.
Paul R. Amato;Nancy S. Landale;Tara C. Havasevich-Brooks;Alan Booth.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2008)
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