Reynolds Farley

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Reynolds Farley (University of Michigan), Maria Krysan (University of Illinois at Chicago); Mick Couper (University of Michigan.)
2005 -
This workshop largely replicated last year's successful course. Read about the 2003 Summer Workshop, including participant comments . Participants were provided with training in the use of the 1% and 5% Public Use Micro-sample from Census 2000 and other Census Bureau datasets so that they can better understand social and economic issues affecting low-income populations and carry out their own analyses.
2004 -
At our first annual Summer Workshop, participants learned how to use the latest Census Bureau datasets to better understand social and economic issues affecting low-income populations. The workshop was taught by Reynolds Farley, the Dudley Duncan Professor of Sociology at the University of Michigan and Research Scientist at the Institute for Social Research.
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