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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Murdock, Steve H.
Changing Texas : Implications of Addressing or Ignoring the Texas Challenge.
College Station : Texas A & M University Press, ©2014
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Steve H Murdock; Michael E Cline; Mary A Zey; P Wilner Jeanty; Deborah Perez
|Notes:||Educational Attainment and Socioeconomic Resources.|
|Description:||1 online resource (294 pages)|
|Contents:||Front Cover; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Preface; Acknowledgments; 1. Introduction: The Conceptual and Empirical Basis for the Work; The State of Knowledge: Population, Education, and Socioeconomic Change; Growth in Minority Populations; Race/Ethnicity and Education; Education, Income, and Socioeconomic Change; Content of, Definitions Affecting, and Limitations Impacting This Work; Organization; Cautions and Clarifications; Definitional Changes; Change in Terminology Related to Race/Ethnicity; Change in Policy; The Uncertainty of Projections; Conclusion. 2. Recent and Projected Population Change in TexasHistoric Patterns of Population Change; Projected Population; Summary; 3. Recent and Projected Household Change in Texas; Recent Patterns of Household Change; Projections of Households and Household Characteristics; Racial/Ethnic Diversity and Increasing Elderly; Growing Diversity in Household Forms; Summary; 4. Effects of Demographic Change on the Size, Race/Ethnicity, and Socioeconomic Characteristics of the Texas Labor Force; Recent Trends in Labor Force Characteristics; Current and Projected Future Patterns of Change in the Labor Force. Socioeconomic Implications of the Demographic Change in the Labor ForceSummary; 5. Effects of Demographic Change on Selected Economic Factors Impacting the Private and Public Sectors of Texas; Economic Change in the Private and Public Sectors From 2000 to 2010; Effects of Demographic Change on Future Economic Change; Effects of Demographic Change on the Private Sector; Economic Impacts of Change in Household Types; Impacts of Population Change on Households' Net Worth and Assets; Demographic Impacts on Housing; Summary; 6. Public Elementary, Secondary, and Higher Education. Historical Patterns of Educational ChangeProjections of Enrollment in Public Educational Institutions; Projected Increases in Specialized Education Programs; Public Expenditures for Education; Projections of Unmet Financial Need; Summary; 7. Health, Human, and Correctional Services in Texas; Health and Health Care in Texas; Health Related Incidences and Disabling Conditions; Health Care Personnel; Public Health Care Assistance Programs; Medically Uninsured; TANF and SNAP in Texas; Correctional Services: Youth and Adult; Summary. 8. The Effects of Demographic Change on Selected Transportation Services and DemandHistoric Change in the Characteristics of the Driving Population; Change in Driving Patterns of the Texas Population; The Effects of Future Demographic Change on Future Transportation Use; Age Effects on Transportation; Impact of Population Change on Vehicle Ownership; Demographic Impact on Workers' Modes of Commuting; Alternative Projection Scenarios; Summary; 9. Conclusions and Implications for the Future of Texas; The Continuation of Minority Population Growth; Minority Status and Socioeconomic Resources.|
" . . . a new book by a leading expert on Texas demographics."--;/div>--Corrie MacLaggan "Texas Tribune "
- Population forecasting -- Texas.
- Social change -- Texas.
- Economic forecasting -- Texas.
- Education -- Texas -- Forecasting.
- Texas -- Population.
- Texas -- Social conditions -- 21st century.
- Texas -- Economic conditions -- 21st century.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Forecasting.
- BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Statistics.
- Economic forecasting.
- Economic history.
- Education -- Forecasting.
- Population forecasting.
- Social change.
- Social conditions