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Publications of S. Philip Morgan    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Books

  1. with Johnson-Hanks, Jenna., Christine Bachrach, Hans-Peter Kohler, Understanding Family Change and Variation: Structure, Conjuncture, and Action (2011), Springer, New York
  2. Rindfuss, Ronald R., S. Philip Morgan and C. Gray Swicegood, First Births in America: Changes in the Timing of Parenthood (May, 1988), University of California Press
  3. Furstenberg, Frank F., J. Brooks Gunn, and S. Philip Morgan, Adolescent Mothers in Later Life, Cambridge University Press (May, 1987)

Papers Published

  1. Morgan, S. Philip, Childbearing, in Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development. (2008)
  2. Morgan, S. Philip. and Kellie. Hagewen, "Is Very Low Fertility Inevitable in America? Insights and Forecasts From An Integrative Model of Fertility.", in Creating the Next Generation, edited by A. Booth and A. C. Crouter (Spring, 2005), Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates
  3. Dharmalingam, A. and S. Philip Morgan, Pervasive Muslim/Hindu Fertility Differences in India, Demography, vol. 41 no. 3 (Winter, 2004), pp. 529-546
  4. Quesnel-Vallée, Amélie. and S. Philip. Morgan, "Missing the Target? Correspondence of Fertility Intentions and Behavior in the U.S.", Population Research and Policy Review, vol. 22 no. 5-6 (Winter, 2004), pp. 497-525.
  5. Yang Yang and S. Philip Morgan, “How Big Are Educational and Racial Fertility Differentials in, Social Biology (2004) (forthcoming.)
  6. Morgan, S. Philip and Kellie Hagewen, “Fertility.”, in Handbook of Population, Poston, edited by Dudley L. Jr. and Michael Micklin (2004), Boston:Klewer Academic Publishers
  7. DiPrete, Thomas A,S. Philip. Morgan, Henriette. Engelhardt, and Hana. Paclova., Do Cross-National Differences in the Costs of Children Generate Cross-National Differences in Fertility Rates?, Population Research and Policy Review, vol. 22 no. 5-6 (Winter, 2003), pp. 439-477
  8. Rindfuss, Ronald R., Karen Benjamin Guzzo and S. Philip Morgan, The changing institutional context of low fertility, Population Research and Policy Review, vol. 22 no. 5-6 (November, 2003), pp. 411-438
  9. Morgan, S. Philip, Family size preferences, in Encyclopedia of Population, Farmington Hills, MI:Macmillan (August, 2003)
  10. Morgan, S. Philip, The baby boom., in Encyclopedia of Population (June, 2003), Farmington Hills, MI:Macmillan
  11. Morgan, S. Philip, "Is low fertility a 21st century demographic crisis? (PAA Presidential Address).", Demography, vol. 40 no. 4 (2003), pp. 589-603
  12. Morgan, S. Philip and Allan Parnell, Effects on pregnancy outcomes of changes in the North Carolina State Abortion Fund, Population Research and Policy Review, vol. 21 no. 4 (December, 2002), pp. 319-338 [pdf]
  13. Morgan, S. Philip, Sharon Stash, Karen Mason and Herbert Smith, Do women’s power/autonomy differences between Moslems and non-Moslems explain high demand for more children and low contraceptive use among Moslems? Evidence from India, Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines, Population and Development Review, vol. 28 no. 3 (September, 2002), pp. 515-538 [pdf]
  14. Pollard, Michael S. and S. Philip Morgan, Emerging parental gender indifference: Sex composition of children and the third birth, American Sociological Review, vol. 67 no. 4 (August, 2002), pp. 600-613
  15. Morgan, S. Philip and Rosalind Berkowitz King, Why Have Children in the 21st Century?, European Journal of Population, vol. 17 (July, 2001), pp. 3-20 [pdf]
  16. Morgan, S. Philip, A. Dharmalingam, Janet Sceats and Ian Pool, The link of early childbearing to marriage and to subsequent fertility in New Zealand., New Zealand Population Review, vol. 27 (May, 2001), pp. 46-73
  17. Morgan, S. Philip and Scott M. Lynch, Demography’s Success and Its Future: The role of Data and, In Population Health and Aging: Strengthening the Dialogue Between Epidemiology, vol. 954 (May, 2001) [pdf]
  18. Neidell, Shara, Bhanu Niraula, S. Philip Morgan and Sharon StashMorgan, S. Philip, Moslem and non-Moslem fertility differences in the Eastern Terai in Nepal., Contributions to Nepalese Studies, vol. 25 (January, 2001), pp. 109-129
  19. Niraula, Bhanu B. and S. Philip Morgan, Gender inequality in two Nepali settings., Garcia, Brigida (ed.) Women, Poverty and Demographic Change. (January, 2000), pp. 42-72, Oxford:Oxford U. Press
  20. Morgan, S. Philip, Current features and future trends in U.S. fertility., Population Bulletin of the United Nations. Below Replacement Fertility: Special Issue Nos. 40/41, vol. 1999 (January, 2000), pp. 334-348
  21. Morgan, S. Philip, N. Botev, R. Chen and J. Huang, White and nonwhite trends in first birthtiming: Comparisons using Vital Registration and Current Population Surveys., Population Research and Policy Review, vol. 18 (January, 1999), pp. 339-356
  22. Morgan, S. Philip and Ronald R. Rindfuss, Re-examining the link of early childbearing to marriage and to subsequent fertility., Demography, vol. 36 (January, 1999), pp. 59-75 [pdf]
  23. Morgan, S. Philip, Diane N. Lye, and Gretchen A. Condran, Sons, daughters and the risk of marital disruption., American Journal of Sociology, vol. 1988 no. 94 (February, 1998), pp. 110-129 [pdf]
  24. Smith, Herbert L., Constance T. Gager and S. Philip Morgan, Identifying underlying dimensions in spouses’ evaluations of fairness in the division of household labor., Social Science Research, vol. 27 (January, 1998), pp. 305-327
  25. Morgan, S. Philip, Characteristic features of modern American fertility., Population and Development Review, vol. 22 (June, 1996), pp. 19-63 [pdf]  [author's comments]
  26. McDaniel, Antonio, S. Philip Morgan, Racial differences in mother-child coresidence in the past., Journal of Marriage and the Family, vol. 58 (May, 1996), pp. 1011-1017
  27. Rindfuss, Ronald R., S. Philip Morgan and Kate Offutt, Education and the changing age pattern of American fertility: 1963-89., Demography, vol. 33 (January, 1996), pp. 277-290
  28. Niraula, Bhanu and S. Philip Morgan, Marriage formation, post-marital contact with natal kin and autonomy of women: Evidence from two Nepali settings., Population Studies, vol. 50 (January, 1996), pp. 35-50
  29. Niraula, Bhanu B. and S. Philip Morgan, Son and daughter preferences in Benighat, Nepal: Implications for fertility transition., Social Biology, vol. 42 (January, 1996), pp. 256-273
  30. Smith, Herbert L., S. Philip Morgan, and Tanya Koropeckyj-Cox, A decomposition of trends in the nonmarital fertility ratios of blacks and whites in the United States, 1960-92., Demography, vol. 33 (January, 1996), pp. 141-51
  31. Sloane, Douglas and S. Philip Morgan, An introduction to categorical data analysis., Annual Review of Sociology, vol. 22 (January, 1996), pp. 351-375
  32. Dharmalingam, A. and S. Philip Morgan, Women’s work, autonomy and birth control: Evidence from two south Indian villages., Population Studies, vol. 50 (1996), pp. 187-201
  33. Pagnini, Deanna and S. Philip Morgan, Racial Differences in marriage and childbearing: oral history evidence from the South in the early twentieth century., American Journal of Sociology, vol. 101 (1996), pp. 1694-1718
  34. Morgan, S. Philip and Bhanu B. Niraula, Gender inequality and fertility in two Nepal villages., Population and Development Review, vol. 21 (January, 1995), pp. 541-561
  35. London, Andrew S. and S. Philip Morgan, Racial differences in first names in 1910., Journal of Family History, vol. 19 (January, 1994), pp. 261-84
  36. Smith, Herbert L. and S. Philip Morgan, Children's closeness to father as reported by mothers, sons and daughters: Evaluating subjective assessments with the Rasch Model., Journal of Family Issues, vol. 15 (January, 1994), pp. 3-29
  37. Miller, Andrew T., S. Philip Morgan and Antonio McDaniel, Under the same roof: Family and household structure., in After Ellis Island: A 1910 Census Monograph, edited by Susan Watkins (January, 1994), pp. 125-173, New York: Russell Sage Foundation
  38. Morgan, S. Philip, Susan C. Watkins and Douglas Ewbank, Generating Americans: The fertility of the foreign-born in the U.S., 1905-10., in After Ellis Island: A1910 Census Monograph., edited by Susan Watkins (January, 1994), pp. 83-124, New York: Russell Sage Foundation
  39. Bracher, Michael, Gigi Santow, S. Philip Morgan and James Trussell, Marriage dissolution in Australia:models and explanations., Population Studies, vol. 47 (January, 1993), pp. 403-425
  40. Morgan, S. Philip, Antonio McDaniel, Andrew Miller and Samuel Preston, Racial differences in household and family structure at the turn of the century., American Journal of Sociology, vol. 98 (1993), pp. 798-28
  41. Morgan, S. Philip, Third world urbanization, migration and family adaptation., in Third World Cities: Problems, Policies, and Prospects., edited by Kasarda, J (June, 1992), pp. 235-254, Newbury Park, CA: Russell Sage
  42. Morgan, S. Philip and Renbao Chen, Predicting childlessness for recent cohorts of American women., International Journal of Forecasting, vol. 8 (January, 1992), pp. 477-493
  43. Preston, Samuel H., Suet Lim and S. Philip Morgan, African-American Marriage in 1910: Beneath the Surface of Census Data., Demography, vol. 29 (January, 1992), pp. 1-15
  44. Morgan, S. Philip, Late nineteenth and early twentieth century childlessness in the United States., American Journal of Sociology, vol. 97 (June, 1991), pp. 779-807
  45. Chen, Renbao and S. Philip Morgan, Recent trends in the timing of first births in the United States: an update and examination of earlier projections., Demography, vol. 28 (June, 1991), pp. 513-533
  46. Harris, Kathleen M. and S. Philip Morgan, Fathers, sons and daughters: differential paternal involvement in parenting., Journal of Marriage and the Family (January, 1991), pp. 531-544
  47. Ekouevi, Koffi and S. Philip Morgan, Note on the reliability and validity of mothers' retrospective reports of their children's birth weights., Social Biology, vol. 38 (January, 1991), pp. 140-145
  48. Pagnini, Deanna L. and S. Philip Morgan, Intermarriage and social distance among U.S. immigrants at the turn of the century., American Journal of Sociology, vol. 96 (1990), pp. 405-432
  49. Morgan, S. Philip, Immigrazione e diversita etnico-razziale: il caso degli Stati Uniti (Immigration and racial/ethnic diversity: The United States case), in Abitare Il Pianeta: Futuro Demografico, Migration e Tensioni Etniche. (January, 1989), pp. 39-60, Torino:Fondazione Agnelli
  50. Apichat Chamratrithirong, S. Philip Morgan, and Ronald R. Rindfuss, Living arrangements and family formation., Social Forces, vol. 66 (January, 1988), pp. 926-950.
  51. Morgan, S. Philip and Jay D. Teachman, Logistic regression: Description, examples, and comparisons., Journal of Marriage and the Family, vol. 50 (January, 1988), pp. 929-36
  52. Furstenberg, Frank F, S. Philip Morgan, Kristin Moore, and James Peterson, Exploring race differences in the timing of adolescent intercourse., American Sociological Review, vol. 52 (January, 1987), pp. 695-701
  53. Furstenberg, Frank F, Jr, J. Brooks Gunn and S. Philip Morgan, Adolescent mothers and their children in later life., Family Planning Perspectives., vol. 19 (January, 1987), pp. 142-151
  54. Morgan, S. Philip and Linda J. Waite, Parenthood and the attitudes of young adults., American Sociological Review, vol. 52 (1987), pp. 541-47
  55. Furstenberg, Frank F, Jr, S. Philip Morgan and Paul Allison, Paternal participation and children's well being after divorce:, American Sociological Review, vol. 52 (1987), pp. 695-701
  56. Morgan, S. Philip and Linda J. Waite, Parenthood and the attitudes of young adults., American Sociological Review, vol. 52 (1987), pp. 541-47
  57. Abdelrahman, A.I. and S. Philip Morgan, Socioeconomic and institutional determinants of family formation: Khartoum, Sudan, 1945-75., Journal of Marriage and the Family, vol. 49 (January, 1986), pp. 401-412
  58. Mammo, Abate and S. Philip Morgan, Childlessness in rural Ethiopia., Population and Development Review., vol. 12 (1986), pp. 533-45
  59. Morgan, S. Philip and Ronald R. Rindfuss, Marital disruption: Structural and temporal dimensions., American Journal of Sociology, vol. 90 (January, 1985), pp. 1055-1077
  60. Morgan, S. Philip, Individual and couple intentions for more children., Demography, vol. 22 (January, 1985), pp. 125-132
  61. Swicegood, C. Gray, S. Philip Morgan, and Ronald R. Rindfuss, Measurement and replication: Evaluating the consistency of eight U.S. fertility surveys., Demography, vol. 21 (January, 1984), pp. 19-33
  62. Morgan, S. Philip and Ronald R. Rindfuss, Household structure and the tempo of family formation in comparative perspective., Population Studies, vol. 38 (January, 1984), pp. 129-39
  63. Rindfuss, Ronald R., S. Philip Morgan, and Gray Swicegood, The transition to motherhood: The intersection of structural and temporal dimensions., American Sociological Review, vol. 49 (1984), pp. 359-372
  64. Morgan, S. Philip, Ronald R. Rindfuss and, Allan Parnell, Modern fertility patterns: The transition to parenthood in Japan and the United States., Population and Development Review, vol. 10 (1984), pp. 19-40
  65. Morgan, S. Philip, A research note on religion and morality: Are religious people nice people?, Social Forces, vol. 61 (January, 1983), pp. 683-692
  66. Fligstein, Neil, Alex Hicks and S. Philip Morgan, Toward a theory of income determination., Sociology of Work and Occupations., vol. 10 (January, 1983), pp. 289-306
  67. Rindfuss, Ronald R. and S. Philip Morgan, Marriage, sex, and the first birth interval: The quiet revolution in Asia., Population and Development Review, vol. 9 (1983), pp. 259-278
  68. Morgan, S. Philip and Kiyoshi Hirosima, The persistence of extended family residence in Japan: Anachronism or alternative strategy?, American Sociological Review, vol. 48 (1983), pp. 269-281
  69. Morgan, S. Philip, Parity-specific fertility intentions and uncertainty: The United States, 1970 to1976., Demography, vol. 19 (January, 1982), pp. 315-334
  70. Morgan, S. Philip, Intention and uncertainty at later stages of childbearing: The United States, 1965-70., Demography, vol. 18 (January, 1981), pp. 267-286
  71. Morgan, S. Philip, Prayerfulness in America., Chicago Studies., vol. 20 (January, 1981), pp. 237-252

Papers Submitted

  1. Morgan, S. P. and W. Welsh, Stability and Change in the Digital Terrain: The U.S. 2000-2005., Social Forces (2006)
  2. Johnson-Hanks, Jenna, S. Philip Morgan, Chris Bachrach, and Hans-Peter Kohler, The American family in a theory of conjunctural action, American Journal of Sociology (2006)
  3. Pollard, Michael S. and S. Philip Morgan, Do Parents of Girls Really Have a Higher Risk of Divorce? (2002) (Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Population Association of America, May 9-11, 2002, Atlanta.)

Journal Articles

  1. with Giovanna Merli, Below replacement fertility preferences in Shanghai, Population, vol. forthcoming (2012)
  2. with Zeng Yi, Zhenglian Wang, Danan Gu, and Danan Gu, A multistate life table analysis of union formation in the United States: Trends and Racial Differentials, 1970-2002, Population Research and Policy Review, vol. forthcoming (2012)
  3. Morgan, S. Philip and Heather Rackin, The Correspondence of Fertility Intentions and Behavior in the U.S., Population and Development Review, vol. 36 (March, 2010), pp. 91-118
  4. with Rindfuss, Ronald R., David Guilkey, Oystein Kravdal, Child Care Availability and Fertility, Population and Development Review, vol. 36 (2010), pp. 725-748 (2011 Award for Distinguished contribution to Scholarship in Population. ASA Population Section Award..)  [abs]
  5. Sautter, Jessica M., Rebecca M. Tippett, and S. Philip Morgan, The Social Demography of Internet Dating in the United States, Social Science Quarterly, vol. 91 (2010), pp. 554-75
  6. Morgan, S. Philip and Heather Rackin, Forty Years of Fertility Change, Journal of Comparative Family Studies, vol. 40 (2010), pp. 515-36
  7. Morgan, S. Philip, Guo Zhigang and Sarah R. Hayford, China’s Below Replacement Fertility: Recent trends and Future Prospects, Population and Development Review, vol. 35 (Winter, 2009), pp. 605-630
  8. Abbasi-Shavazi, M. J., S. Philip Morgan, Meimanat Hossein-Chavoshi and Peter McDonald, Family Change and Continuity in Iran: Birth Control Use before First Pregnancy., Journal of Marriage and the Family, vol. 71 (December, 2009), pp. 1309-24
  9. Parrado, Emilio A. and S. Philip Morgan, Intergenerational Fertility among Hispanic Women: New Evidence of Immigrant Assimilation, Demography, vol. 45 (2008), pp. 651-671
  10. Hayford, Sarah and S. Philip Morgan, The Quality of Retrospective Data on Cohabitation, Demography, vol. 45 (2008), pp. 129-142
  11. Hayford, Sarah and S. Philip Morgan, Religiosity and Fertility in the United States:, Social Forces, vol. 86 (2008), pp. 1163-88
  12. Rindfuss, Ronald R., David Guilkey, S. Philip Morgan, Oystein Kravdal, Karen B. Guzzo, Child Care Availability and Fertility in Norway: Pro-Natalist Effects, Demography, vol. 44 (2007), pp. 345-372
  13. Marie Lynn, Dohyeong Kim, Alicia Overstreet Galeano, Christopher J. Paul, Andrew P. Hull,, The relationship between early childhood blood lead levels and performance on end of grade tests, Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 115 no. 8 (2007), pp. 1242-1247
  14. Rindfuss, Ronald R., David Guilkey, S. Philip Morgan, Oystein Kravdal, Karen B. Guzzo, Child Care Availability and Fertility in Norway: Pro-Natalist Effects, Demography (2007), pp. 345-372
  15. Morgan, S. Philip and Miles Taylor, Low Fertility in the 21st Century, Annual Review of Sociology, vol. 32 (2006), pp. 375-400
  16. Hagewen, Kellie and S. Philip Morgan, Intended Parity and Ideal Family Size in the United States, 1970-2002., Population and Development Review, vol. 31 no. 1 (Fall, 2005), pp. 507-528
  17. Seltzer, Judith A., Christine Bachrach, Suzanne M. Bianchi, Caroline Bledsoe, Lynne Casper,, Designing New Models for Explaining Family Change and Variation: Challenges for Family Demographers, Journal of Marriage and the Family (Summer, 2005)
  18. Morgan, S. Philip and Kellie Hagewen, Fertility, in Handbook of Population, edited by Dudley L. Poston Jr. and Michael Micklin (Spring, 2005), Boston:Klewer Academic Publishers
  19. Morgan, S. Philip Morgan, Suzanne Shanahan and Whitney Welsh, Brave New Worlds: Philosophy, Politics, and Science, Population and Development Review, vol. 31 no. 1 (Spring, 2005), pp. 127:145
  20. Dharmalingam, A., K. Navaneetham, S. Philip Morgan., Muslim-Hindu Fertility Differences in India: Evidence from National Family Health Survey II, Economic and Political Weekly, vol. XL no. 5 (Spring, 2005), pp. 429-436

Book Reviews

  1. Morgan, s. Philip, Rooted in Place: Family and Belonging in a Southern Black Community, by William W. Falk, Contemporary Sociology (2006)
  2. The Blackwell Companion to the Sociology of Families by Jacqueline Scott, Judith Treas and Martin Richards (eds)", Population and Development Review, vol. 3 (2004), pp. 540:541
  3. Morgan, S. Philip, “Out-of-Wedlock Births: The United States in Comparative Perspective, by Mark Abrahamson.”, Contemporary Sociology forthcoming, vol. 28 no. 5 (September, 1999), pp. 556-557
  4. Morgan, S. Philip, Without Issue: New Zealanders who chose not to have children by Jan Cameron., New Zealand Population Review, vol. 24 (January, 1998), pp. 135-138
  5. Morgan, S. Philip, Dating, mating and marriage by Martin King Whyte., American Journal of Sociology, vol. 97 (June, 1991), pp. 879-880
  6. Morgan, S. Philip, "Fertility change on the American frontie” by Bean, L.L., G.P. Mineau, and D.L. Anderton., Social Forces, vol. 69 (June, 1991), pp. 935-936
  7. Morgan, S. Philip, Reproduction and social organization in sub-Saharan Africa, edited by Lesthaeghe, R.J., Social Forces, vol. 69 (January, 1991), pp. 261-262
  8. Morgan, S. Philip, Teenage pregnancy in industrialized countries by Jones, E.F., et al., American Journal of Sociology, vol. 95 (June, 1989), pp. 799-801
  9. Morgan, S. Philip, The changing lives of American women by McLaughin, S.D., et al., American Journal of Sociology, vol. 95 (January, 1989), pp. 799-801
  10. Morgan, S. Philip, Teenage pregnancy in industrialized countries by Jones, E.F., et al., Journal of Marriage and the Family, vol. 49 (January, 1987), pp. 950-51

Book Chapters

  1. Morgan, S. Philip, Thinking About Demographic Family Differences, in Changing Families in and Unequal Society, edited by M. Carlson and P. England (2011), Stanford U. Press, Palo Alto, CA  [abs]
  2. with E. Cumberworth, C. Wimer, The Great Recession and the American Family, in The Consequences of the Great Recession, edited by D. Grusky (2011), Russel Sage, New York  [abs] [author's comments]
  3. Morgan, S. Philip, Comments on Consilience Efforts, in Biosocial Research Contributions to Understanding Family Processes and Problems., edited by Alan Booth, Nancy Landale, Susan McHale (2010), Springer, New York
  4. Swicegood, Gray and S. Philip Morgan, Racial and ethnic fertility differentials in the United States., edited by Denton, Nancy A. and Stewart E. Tolnay, American Diversity: A Demographic Challenge for the Twenty-First Century (2002), Albany:SUNY Press

Published Exchanges

  1. with Christine Bachrach, Is the theory of planned behavior an appropriate model for human fertility, Vienna Journal of Population, vol. forthcoming (2012)
  2. with Bachrach, Christine, Further reflections on the Theory of Planned Behaviour and fertility research, Vienna Journal of Population, vol. forthcoming (2012)
  3. Morgan, S. Philip, Comment on: Demographic change and public assistance expenditures, in Demographic Change and Public Assistance, edited by Auerbach, Allan J. and Ronald D. Lee (January, 2000), Cambridge U. Press
  4. Apichat Chamratrithirong, S. Philip Morgan and Ronald R. Rindfuss, Why does it matter: A reply to Knodel and Chayovan., Social Forces, vol. 71 (January, 1992), pp. 999-1000
  5. Teachman Jay and S. Philip Morgan, A brief reply to Demaris., Journal of Marriage and the Family, vol. 52 (January, 1990), pp. 277
  6. Morgan, S. Philip, On identifying determinants of divorce in a divorcing population: Comments onRankin and Maneker., Journal of Marriage and the Family., vol. 48 (January, 1986), pp. 673-75
  7. Morgan, S. Philip and Tim F. Liao, A cautionary note on the analysis of life cycle events: Comments on Smith and Meitz., Journal of Marriage and Family, vol. 47 (January, 1985), pp. 233-236
  8. Morgan, S. Philip, Reply to King and Hunt., Social Forces, vol. 62 (January, 1984), pp. 1089-1090

Presented Papers

  1. Morgan, S. Philip, Wendy Brynildsen and Suzanne Shanahan, Hanging out, hooking up and falling in love on college campuses (2010) (Paper presented at the 2010 annual meeting of the Population Association of America, Dallas, Tx, April 15-17..)  [author's comments]
  2. Morgan, S. Philip and Heather Rackin, Comparing Prospective and Retrospective Measures of Unwanted Fertility (2010) (Paper presented at the 2010 annual meeting of the Population Association of America, Dallas, Tx, April 15-17..)
  3. Merli, Giovanna and S. Philip Morgan, Below Replacement Fertility Preferences in Shanghai, China (2010) (Paper presented at the 2010 annual meeting of the Population Association of America, Dallas, Tx, April 15-17..)  [author's comments]
  4. Hagewen, Kellie J. and S. Philip Morgan, Analysis of Intended Parity and Ideal Family Size in the United States, 1970-2002 (2004) (Paper to be presented at the Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, Boston.)
  5. Morgan, S. Philip., Is low fertility a 21st Century crisis?, in Presidential Address, Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America, May 2, 2003 (2003)
  6. Quesnel-Vallée, Amelie. and S. Philip Morgan, Do Women and Men Realize Their Fertility Intentions?, in Paper prepared for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, August 16-19, Chicago, Illinois (2002)
  7. Morgan, S. Philip, Low fertility in developed countries. (June, 1999), pp. 1999 (Invited paper presented at conference on The Future of Australia’s Population. October 9-12, Canberra, Australia.)
  8. Morgan, S. Philip, Post-transition fertility. (January, 1999) (Invited paper presented in a Plenary Session, Demographic Transitions, at the 1999 Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, August 16-20, Chicago, IL.)
  9. Morgan, S. Philip, Herbert L. Smith and Connie T. Gager, His and her reports of marital happiness: Assessing subjective reports from husbands and wives in the NSFH. (January, 1998) (Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, August 21-25.)
  10. Smith, Herbert and S. Philip Morgan, Individual and couple intentions for more children: an application of the Rasch Model. (January, 1994) (Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, Miami, May 5-7.)
  11. Morgan, S. Philip, Smith, Herbert and Constance T. Gager, Discrepant responses in spouses reports of coital frequency. (January, 1994), pp. 1994 (Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Los Angeles, August 5-9.)
  12. Morgan, S. Philip and Renbao Chen, Thirtysomething fertility: Recent fertility increase among baby boomers. (January, 1992) (Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, April 30-May 2.)
  13. Morgan, S. Philip and Ellen A. Kramarow, Stability and change in female headship (1992) (Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, April 30-May 2.)
  14. Ewbank, Douglas, S. Philip Morgan and Susan C. Watkins, Immigrant fertility differences at the turn of the century. (June, 1990) (Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Population Association of America, May 3-5, Toronto, Canada.)
  15. Morgan, S. Philip, Nontraditional sex roles and the timing of parenthood. (January, 1985) (Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C.)
  16. Morgan, S. Philip, The intergenerational transmission of religious behavior. The effects of parentson their children's frequency of prayer (June, 1982) (Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, Toronto, Canada, August, 1981.)
  17. Hout, Michael and S. Philip Morgan, The fertility of black and white women during the baby boom: Differences by parity, cohort, and age at marriage. (January, 1981) (Revision of a paper presented at theannual meetings of the American Sociological Association, New York, August, 1980.)
  18. Morgan, S. Philip, U.S. socioeconomic fertility differentials: Stability or change. (January, 1979) (Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, New York, August, 1980.)

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