Document Type

Lecture

Publication Date

4-8-2010

Streaming Media

Abstract

America's regional demographics have been strongly influenced by persistent migration flows from the sunbelt to snowbelt, inward from the coasts, and immigration from abroad. Fast growing metropolitan areas like Las Vegas have ridden the waves of these flows. This presentation will discuss how past migration patterns has created sharp regional distinctions, and how the recent migration slowdown has affected them.

Keywords

Demography; Immigration; Las Vegas; Migration; Snowbelt; Sunbelt

Disciplines

Demography, Population, and Ecology

Language

English

Comments

Greenspun Hall Auditorium, UNLV, 5:30 p.m.


Audio/Video
File size: 241.5 megabytes

First attached file: 66 PowerPoint slides

Second attached file: Author biography

WFrey_RecentMigragationSlowdown_PPt_04-08-2010.pdf (16161 kB)
The Recent migration slowdown and America's changing regional demographics PowerPoint presentation, 66 slides

WFrey_Biography.pdf (25 kB)
William H. Frey biography


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