Thursday, May 1 / 2:45 PM - 4:15 PM   •   Boylston

Session 64:
Innovative Methods in Spatial Demography

Chair: Katherine J. Curtis, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Discussant: Michael D. M. Bader, American University

  1. Large Scale, Spatial Structure in Personal Networks across the Western United States: Evidence from a Geocoded, Randomized SurveyNicholas Nagle, University of Tennessee ; Carter Butts, University of California, Irvine ; John Hipp, University of California, Irvine ; Adam Boessen, University of California, Irvine

  2. Opportunities and Challenges for Leveraging Smartphone Technology in Field Studies: A Pilot Study in New York CityElyzabeth Gaumer, University of Chicago ; Bell Daniel, Columbia University ; Nathaniel Osgood, University of Saskatchewan ; Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Columbia University

  3. Sampling a Hidden Population without a Sampling Frame: A Practical Application of Network Sampling with MemoryTed Mouw, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Ashton M. Verdery, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Giovanna Merli, Duke University ; Jing Li, Duke University ; Jennifer Shen, Duke University

  4. Spatial Proximity as a Measure of Activity-Space Segregation: Inferential Statistics and Sample Size RequirementsJohn Palmer, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

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