Research Project Details
Discipline: Demography Geography
Institution: San Diego State University
International Population Center
Principal Investigators: John R. Weeks
Description: John R. Weeks, Project Director, "Border Issues in Population/Family Planning," Grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Bergstrom Foundation, the S. H. Cowell Foundation, and the Rockefeller Foundation to the San Diego State University Foundation, 1986-1987.
John R. Weeks, Principal Investigator, "Demographic Interrelatedness of the U.S. Mexico Border Region," Grant from the S.H. Cowell Foundation, and a Joint Statistical Agreement (JSA) with the U.S. Bureau of the Census, 1988-1989.
John R. Weeks, Project Director, "Publication of Proceedings of Population Issues Along the U.S.-Mexico Border," grants from the S.H. Cowell Foundation, and the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, 1990.
Manual García y Griego, John R. Weeks, and Roberto Ham Chande, "Migration to Mexico," in C. Nam, R. Weller, and W. Serow (eds.), Comparative Handbook of International Migration (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press), 1990.
John R. Weeks, "The Binational Survey in San Diego and Tijuana," Frontera Norte 2(4): 234-236, 1990.
John R. Weeks and Roberto Ham Chande (eds.), Demographic Dynamics of the U.S.-Mexico Border (University of Texas at El Paso: Texas Western Press), 1992.
John R. Weeks, "The Changing Demographic Structure of the San Diego Region," in Norris Clement, editor, San Diego and Tijuana in Transition (San Diego State University: Institute for Regional Studies of the Californias), 1993.
Paul Ganster, John R. Weeks, and Roberto Ham-Chande, “Demographic Dynamics of the U.S.-Mexico Border,” International Journal of the Sociology of Language 114:124-129, 1995
John R. Weeks, “Demographic Dynamics of the San Diego-Tijuana Region,” Chapter 2 (pp 17-34) in Mark Spalding, editor, Sustainable Development in San Diego-Tijuana: Environmental, Social and Economic Implications of Interdependence. La Jolla: Center for US-Mexican Studies, University of California, San Diego, 1999.
Contact: John Weeks