was named a member of the National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council Committee on Population.
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Anne Pebley is a social demographer who works on a wide range of issues related to social inequality and the determinants of health, both globally and in the United States. Her current research centers on four areas: (1) immigration from Mexico and Central America and its consequences for health, (2) social stratification in labor force history and Latino-white differences in old age functional limitations, (3) neighborhood change in Los Angeles and family and child well-being, and (4) reproductive health in the Tibetan region of China.
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