PROF. PETER XENOS

REVIEWER

PROF. PETER XENOS

REVIEWER
xenosp@gmail.com; xenosp@hawaii.edu

Biography

PETER XENOS

Lecturer

College of Public Health Sciences

Chulalongkorn University

Bangkok Thailand

Career Highlights

  • Focus on Asian and particularly Southeast Asian social change and social issues, modern and historical
  • Extensive travel throughout Asia (including field experience outside the major urban areas); extended residence in the Philippines and Thailand
  • Organizer of numerous international workshops and training activities
  • Primary contributor to historical population studies on Southeast Asia, particularly on the Philippines
  • Primary contributor to youth-focused survey research throughout Asia, particularly the design and analysis of young adult reproductive health surveys; direct participation in the planning, execution and analysis of surveys in Hong Kong (1986, 1991, 1996), the Philippines (1994, 2002), Thailand (1994, 2006), Indonesia (2000, 2009), Nepal (2001) and Vietnam (2003, 2009)
  • Administrative and leadership experience, including coordination of the East-West Center’s Summer Seminar on Population from 1995 through 2008

 

Personal

Born: Honolulu, Hawaii; Citizenship: United States

Education

B.A.  Marquette University, History and Mathematics, 1965

M.A.  University of the Philippines, Demography, 1966

(Fulbright‑Hayes Grantee)

Ph.D. University of Chicago, Sociology, 1970

Fields of Academic Specialization

Asian population dynamics and policy; Family demography; Marriage and the family; Youth and society; Adolescent sexuality; Historical demography; Spatial/census data analysis; Urbanization; Regional focus on Asia and especially Southeast Asia

Employment Experience

July 2012 – present: Lecturer, College of Public Health Sciences, Chulalongkorn University

 

May 2011 – June 2012: Visiting Expert, Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand

 

January-April 2011: Professorial Lecturer, Population Institute, University of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines

 

September 2008 to December 2010: Affiliate Graduate Faculty in Asian Studies, University of Hawaii

 

April 1975 to September 2008: Research Associate, East‑West Population Institute, East‑West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii (Position renamed to Senior Fellow in 1993)

 

June 1973 to March 1975: Ford Foundation/Manila, Project Specialist on Population

 

September 1970 to June 1973: Visiting Lecturer and Research Associate, University of Chicago (Ford Foundation Consultant to the University of the Philippines)

 

February 1969 to September 1970: Research Associate, Population Research Center, University of Chicago

Travel and Work in Developing Countries

Extensive Asian travel and sometime residence since 1965. Professional residence in the Philippines (six years) and Thailand (three years); extensive professional travel in nearly all countries; village experience (short‑term visits of a few days up to several weeks) in the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, Pakistan, the Lao PDR and Vietnam; direct research experience in or on most Southeast Asian societies

Professional Affiliations

International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP), Asian Population Association (APA), Population Association of America (PAA), Association for Asian Studies (AAS), American Sociological Association (ASA)

Selected Committee Memberships

Past Committee Activities have included: Executive Committee of the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, School of Hawaiian, Asian and Pacific Studies, University of Hawaii (1979‑1982, 1989‑2006); Executive Committee of the Center for Philippine Studies, School of Hawaiian, Asian and Pacific Studies, University of Hawaii (1989‑2012); Asian Population Association, Chair of Scientific Group on Spatial Demography, 2011-2013;  International Organizing Committee, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, Regional Population Conference on Southeast Asia (Bangkok, Thailand, June 12-14, 2002; IUSSP Committee on Historical Demography, sub-committee on Asian Historical Demography (1992-1995); Social Science Research Council, Joint Committee on Southeast Asia (JCSEA), (1985‑1991); IUSSP Committee on  Family Demography and the Life Cycle (March 1985‑1989); International Steering Committee for UNICEF’s Urban Child Programme (October 1990‑1993); Program Committee, International Pre-dissertation Fellowship Program, Social Science Research Council (1991‑1992); Project Fellow, Australian National University ECHOSEA (Economic History of Southeast Asia) Project (1989‑1994); American Council of Learned Societies, Vietnam Fulbright Program, Selection Committee (1993, 1994)

Other Activities

Referee/Reviewer

Journal reviews for Population and Development Review; American Journal of Sociology; Comparative Education Review; Journal of Asian Studies; DemographyInternational Migration Review; Papers of the East‑West Population Institute;  Populi; Studies in Family Planning, International Family Planning Perspectives; Journal of Economic History; Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency; Foundation proposal reviews for  the Wellcome Trust; the Population Council; the National  Science Foundation Sociology Program; Book reviewing for university presses: Cornell  University Press; University of California, Berkeley Press;  University Press of Hawaii; Australian National University,  Research School for the Social Sciences

Recent and Selected Consultancies:

Consultant to the Office of Population Studies, University of San Carlos, for preparation of The Population of Cebu (3rd edition); UNICEF/Bangkok: consultant to regional office on MICS 4 analysis, 2011; UNICEF/Jakarta: consultant on household survey design for UNICEF Situation Analysis; General Statistics Office/Hanoi: as consultant to the Survey and Assessment of Vietnamese Youth (SAVY) II (2007 and continuing); UNICEF/Islamabad: technical consultant on survey design to Contech International (2004-5); WHO/Hanoi: as consultant to the Survey and Assessment of Vietnamese Youth (SAVY) I (2002-2005); WHO/Beijing: as consultant to Beijing University, Center for Women and Children’s Health (September 2002); WHO/Hanoi: as resource person for a meeting of the MOH’s Adolescent Health and Development Working Group (Sept. 15-21, 2002); National Academy of Sciences, commissioned paper on the transition to adulthood in Asia (June-Sept. 2002);  FOCUS on Youth (June 2001), to review project final report; Joint WHO/UNICEF Initiative Programming for Adolescent Health and Development ‘What Should we Measure and How?’ (1999-2001); Pathfinder/FOCUS on Youth Adults Southeast Asian Regional Young Adult Reproductive Health State of the Art (SOTA) Training Course (June 2000); Family Health International/USAID on the Nepal Adolescent and Young Adult (NAYA) project (1998-2000); University of the Philippines Population Institute, for design and analysis of the Young Adult Fertility and Sexuality Survey (YAFS-II) of 1994; UNICEF, Urban Child Programme, for a background study of the Philippines (May‑August 1991; Jan. 1992‑ ); UNFPA, as consultant to a grant to Mahidol University, Institute for Population and Social Research, on the Contemporary Family in Thailand (1993-present); resulted in the General Family Survey of 1994 and the Family and Youth Survey of 1994; UNFPA, for drafting of program documents for a Lao PDR survey of birth spacing and maternal health (December 1992); UNFPA, for design of a national survey of family and youth issues for Thailand (March 1992‑ ); UNFPA, for an assessment of the population sector in Myanmar (November 1991); UNFPA , for a background paper on the population sector in the Lao PDR, October 17-November 8, 1991; UNICEF, Urban Child Programme, for a background study of the Philippines (May-August 1991; Jan. 1992); UNFPA, to attend an Expert Group Meeting on Social and Cultural Factors in Population Programs, and to prepare the meeting report prioritizing research areas in socio‑cultural research in less developed countries; June 19‑27 1990

Lectures (selected):

College of Public Health Sciences, Chulalongkorn University; College of Population Studies, Chulalongkorn University; Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University, Asian Research Center, National University of Singapore; Lahore University (Lahore, Pakistan); World Bank; University of Washington; University of Michigan; Nihon University; University of Malaya; University of the Philippines; Mahidol University (Thailand); Chulalongkorn University (Thailand); University of Indonesia; University of Delhi; University of Hong Kong; University of Chicago; Dondok University (Vientiane, Laos); National Committee for the Social Sciences (Vientiane, Laos); Environment and Policy Institute, East‑West Center; University of Hanoi; Center for Demography and Ecology, University of Wisconsin; University of San Carlos (Cebu City, Philippines); De la Salle University, Philippines; Taiwan Provincial Institute of Family Planning; Kapiolani Community College, Asian Pacific Festival; University of Hawaii/East-West Center Southeast Asian Cultures Institute (2001 and 2002);  Winrock Foundation/CRES workshop on upland development); National Taiwan University; KeyNote Address, Population Association of Pakistan, Fifth Annual Population Research Conference, University of Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan;

Graduate Committees (other than University of Hawaii):

Chulalongkorn University, Mahidol University, Cornell University, University of California (Berkeley), Australian National University; Chinese University of Hong Kong; Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Teaching Experience:

University of the Philippines Population Institute (graduate level):  “Spatial Demography,” “Population Policy,” “Population and Economic Development,” “Special Topics in Demography” (computer applications; multivariate methods), University of Hawaii, Population Studies Program (graduate level): “Methods for Demographic Analysis,” “Introduction to Human Population,” “The Demography of Human Fertility,” “Human Migration,” “Demographic Surveys;” University of Hawaii, Department of Sociology (graduate level): “Seminar on Population and Human Ecology,” “Seminar on Recent Research on the Family;” (undergraduate level) “Deliberate Social Change”; University of Hawaii, Asian Studies Program (graduate level): “Population and Society: Southeast Asia;” “Demographic History of Southeast Asia”

Sabbatical:

July 87‑July 88, as a Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute for Population and Social Research, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand

Honors and Fellowships:

The 1999 Philippines National Book Award (Social Sciences), awarded by the Manila Critics Circle; and, the Guintong Aklat (“Golden Book”) award, given in 2000 by the Association of Philippine Publishers– both for Population and History: The Demographic Origins of the Modern Philippines, edited with Daniel Doeppers (Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, and University of Wisconsin-Madison: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Monograph No. 16. 1998); The 2001 Gawad Chancellor Award, University of the Philippines: for Raymundo, Xenos and Domingo (1999), Adolescent Sexuality in the Philippines; June‑August 1993, Australian National University, Department of Pacific and Asian History; Fellow of the ECHOSEA project on the economic history of Southeast Asia; July-August 1997, De la Salle University (Philippines), Visiting Fellow

Grants and Contracts (1980 onward)

(Most of my research has been undertaken with support through overall grants or contracts to the East‑West Center, Population and Health Studies; I contributed regularly to the design of those projects as well as to their execution, but did not appear as principal investigator.)

 

National Academy of Sciences (May-Sept, 2002). Contract for research and a report on the transition to adulthood in Asia; World Health Organization. (June-July 2002). Contract for research product relating to adolescent risk behavior ($3000); Family Health International, 1998-2001. Subcontract to assist in design and implementation of the Nepal Adolescent and Young Adult Survey ($98,000); USAID, MEASURE, 1998-2001.  Asian Young Adult Reproductive Risk Project ($566,000); Population Council, 1997-8. Contract for research entitled “Long-term Transformations of Youth in Asia.” US$49,000; East‑West Center, 1994, Office of Research and Education, Grant on “Linking Population and Resource Data in Asia: Forest‑Dweller Demographics in Kalimantan, Indonesia. With Jefferson Fox; Rockefeller Foundation, Research Program on Women’s Status.  January 1, 1985‑June 30, 1986.  Changing Women’s Status and Fertility over the Life Course:  The Case of Thailand.  With Dennis Hogan and Aphichat Chamratrithirong; National Science Foundation, Sociology Program.  May 1, 1984‑April 30, 1986.  The Family Context of Marriage Timing:  Evidence from Four Asian Nations.  With Andrew Cherlin, Toening Adioetomo and Sabiha S. Syed; Population Council.  October 1, 1984‑September 30, 1985; The Family Context of Marriage Timing: Evidence from Four Asian Nations.  With Andrew Cherlin, Aphichat Chamratrithirong, Toening Adioetomo, Sabiha S. Syed and Lita J. Domingo; Russell Sage Foundation.  January 1, 1984‑August 31, 1985.  1980 Census Monograph on Asian and Pacific Americans.  With Robert W. Gardner and Herbert W. Barringer;

U.S. Agency for International Development.  September 1979 through September 1981.  Female Socioeconomic Status Attainment, Marriage Decisions and Fertility Consequences: A Cross‑Cultural Study (Pakistan Round).  With Sabiha H. Syed; U.S. Agency for International Development.  October 1977 to September 1979, with extensions.  Female Socioeconomic Status Attainment, Marriage Decisions and Fertility Consequences:  A Cross‑Cultural Study (with Peter McDonald, Mercedes B. Concepcion and Aphichat Chamratrithirong)

Administrative Experience

Summer Seminar on Population: Coordinator of Population and Health Studies’ annual Summer Seminar on Population 1998-2005.  This four-week summer program consists of 3-4 substantive workshops in Honolulu, 12 coordinators and resource persons and about sixty participants. Coordination involves management of the academic program (soliciting proposals and selecting workshop topics), fielding of a global advertising effort, solicitation of financial support for the workshops and for individual applicants where necessary, and coordination of all logistical arrangements.

 

Principal Investigator of the Asian Young Adult Reproductive Risk (AYARR) Project:  a cross-national comparative survey research project which involved data collection in each of five countries, each with different funding sources, collaborative arrangements and substantive and logistical issues, then the coordination of six country teams in the design and completion of comparative analyses based on these surveys and one other.

 

Principal Investigator of the Asian Marriage Survey (AMS) Project:  a cross-national comparative survey research project which involved data collection in each of four countries, each with different funding sources, collaborative arrangements and substantive and logistical issues, then the coordination of the four country teams in the completion of their country reports and comparative investigations.

 

Academic Conference and Planning Organizing: organized two dozen or so such events since 1996. plus coordination of the Summer Seminar on Population.

 

Research Associate, then Senior Fellow, East‑West Population Institute (1975‑2012): responsible for planning and coordinating numerous workshops and conferences; also, for over a decade responsible for coordination of the East‑West Population Institute’s Program Area 3, Family, Institutions and Society.  This involved long‑term and short‑term planning for expenditures of some $100,000 per annum, and coordination of research and workshop/conference activities by EWPI staff related to the Program Area; the typical annual work plan included 2‑3 workshops or conferences and several Fellows and Interns.

 

Ford Foundation, Manila (1970‑1975): initially a faculty position at the University of the Philippines Population Institute, with overall responsibility for the planning and execution of all phases (from sample and questionnaire design through report writing) of the 1973 National Demographic Survey (a nationwide survey of some 9000 households); over final three years, increasingly responsible for the Ford Foundation/Manila’s program rationale, proposal review and monitoring of grants in the social sciences.

Main Current Activities

Historical Demography

**(with Amornrat Bunnag) Development of population dynamics scenarios for the Kingdom of Siam during the Bangkok Period (1782-present), and a book examining that demography against the background of Southeast Asia as a whole.

**An annotated bibliography of Southeast Asian historical population studies: a comprehensive bibliography of over 2,000 items with important works annotated and with an interpretive essay; based on searches of numerous libraries and archives in Southeast Asia and elsewhere (some not generally consulted such as the national libraries of the Laos PDR and Vietnam), plus recent on-line searches of important European, Australian and U.S. collections.

 

Spatial and Census Demography

**Design of a set of studies in the spatial demography of Asia, based on recent census rounds providing large-sample, micro-files. Initial work centers on two areas: first, ethnic/language diversity and ethnic group segregation across geographic areas in Vietnam and the Philippines; and second, the spatial mosaic of small areas such as wards or neighborhoods within some of Asia’s largest cities including Manila, Bangkok and Hanoi.

Papers/Reports To Be Revised Or In Preparation

  • The Changing Landscape of Languages in the Philippines: a census analysis (intended for journal publication)
  • Changing Spatial Patterns of Languages in Vietnam: a Census Analysis of 1989-2009 (intended for journal publication)
  • A Hundred Years of Asian Nuptiality Transition: the Census Record of a Social Transformation (intended for journal publication)
  • (wth Dr. Amornrat Bunnag) Populating Siam: Demographic Scenarios of Siam: 1782-2010 (intended for book publication)
  • (with Amornrat Bunnag) On Prospects for Bangkok Period Historical Demography (intended for journal publication)
  • The Migration System in Cebu Province, Philippines (intended chapter in project volume)
  • Challenges of Longitudinal Studies (invited chapter in edited volume)
  • (with Chai Podhisita) The One-Person Household: Living Alone in Asia’s Censuses (intended for journal publication)

Publications

Books (edited)

Raymundo, Corazon M., Peter Xenos and Lita J. Domingo. 1999. Adolescent Sexuality in the Philippines. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Population Institute [winner of the 2001 Gawad Chancellor Award, University of the Philippines]

 

Daniel F. Doeppers and Peter Xenos (eds.). Population and History: The Demographic Origins of the Modern Philippines. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, and University of Wisconsin-Madison: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Monograph No. 16. 1998

 

(contributor); Blanc, Cristina Szanton with contributors. Urban Children in Distress: Global Predicaments and Innovative Strategies. Switzerland: Gordon and Breach, 1994

 

Elsa Berquo and Peter Xenos (eds.). Family Systems and Cultural Change.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992

 

Wilhelm Flieger and Peter C. Smith (eds.).  A Demographic Path to Modernity:  Patterns of Early‑Transition in the Philippines.  Quezon City:  University of the Philippines Press.  1975

 

Agustin Kintanar Jr., Romeo M. Bautista, Mercedes B. Concepcion, Jose Encarnacion Jr., Mahar Mangahas, Vicente B. Paqueo and Peter C. Smith.  Studies in Philippine Economic‑Demographic Relationships.  Quezon City:  Institute of Economic Development and Research.  1974

 

Monograph-Length Publications and Reports

Peter Xenos and Midea Kabamalan. The Social Demography of Asian Youth: A Reconstruction over 1950-1990 and Projection to 2025. Report prepared for the Population Council under contract no. CI 97.63A. Volume 1: Main Report, and Volume II: Appendices. 1998

 

Anh, Nguyen Quoc, Griffith Feeney and Peter Xenos. Vietnam Population Projection: by seven geographical-economic regions. Hanoi: Center for Population Studies and Informati0n, 1998.

 

Sharma, S.P.  and Peter Xenos. Ageing in India: Demographic Background and Analysis Based on Census Materials. Occasional Paper No. 2 of 1992. New Delhi: Office of the Registrar General, Government of India, 1992

 

Peter Xenos and Connie Gultiano. Trends in Female and Male Age at Marriage and Celibacy in Asia. Papers of the Program on Population, No. 120, September, 1992

 

Peter Xenos. Research on Socio‑Cultural Factors Affecting Family Planning Programmes in Developing Countries. Report of the Expert Group Meeting on Socio‑Cultural Factors Affecting Family Planning Programmes in Developing Countries, June 21‑22, 1990, New York.  New York: UNFPA, 1991

 

Peter Xenos, Herbert Barringer and Michael J. Levin.  Asian Indians in the United States: A 1980 Census Profile.  Papers of the East‑West Population Institute, No. 111, July 1989

 

Dennis P. Hogan, Aphichat Chamratrithirong and Peter C. Smith.  Cultural and Economic Factors in the Fertility of Thai Women.  Papers of the East‑West Population Institute, No. 107, September, 1987

 

Peter C. Smith, Mohammed Shahidullah Adelamar N. Alcantara.  Cohort Nuptiality in Asia and the Pacific:  An Analysis of WFS Surveys.  WFS Comparative Studies No. 22, Voorburg, Netherlands:  International Statistical Institute, 1983

 

Nasra Shah and Peter C. Smith.  Non‑familial Roles of Women and Fertility:  Pakistan and the Philippines Compared.  Papers of the East‑West Population Institute, No. 73, July 1981

 

Peter C. Smith and Mehtab S. Karim.  Urbanization, Education and Marriage Patterns: Four Cases from Asia.  Papers of the East‑West Population Institute, No. 70, December 1980

 

Luisa Engracia, Robert D. Retherford, Lee‑Jay Cho and Peter C. Smith.  Estimates of Fertility in the Philippines Derived by the Own‑Children Method: 1960‑1968. Monograph Series No. 9.  National Census and Statistics Office, Republic of the Philippines.  1977.

 

Mercedes B. Conception and Peter C. Smith.  The Demographic Situation in the Philippines: An Assessment in 1977.  Papers of the East‑West Population Institute, No. 44.  1977

 

Chapters in Books

Chai Podhisita and Peter Xenos. 2010. “Sexual Risk Behavior of young Adults in Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines”. In A. Chamratrithirong and S. Kittisuksathit (Eds), HIV Epidemic among the General Population of Thailand. Nakhon Pathom, Thailand: Institute for Population and  Social Research, Mahidol University

 

Peter Xenos, Nguyen Duy Khe, Nguyen Huu Minh, Margaret Sheehan, Vu Manh Loi, Le Thi Minh Chau, Nguyen Dinh Chung. From Youth to Adulthood: Benchmarks and Pathways in Modern Vietnam. Chapter 6 in Magali Barbieri and Daniele Belanger (eds.), Reconfiguring Families in Contemporary Vietnam (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2009).

 

Gultiano, Socorro and Peter Xenos. Age structure and urban migration of youth in the Philippines. Pp. 225-256 in Ian Pool, Laura R. Wong and Eric Vilquin (eds.), Age-Structural Transitions: Challenges for Development (Paris: Committee for International Cooperation in national Research in Demography, 2006)

 

Peter Xenos. The Youth Transition in Pakistan: Demographic, Social and Spatial Components.In the Proceedings of the Population Association of Pakistan’s Fifth Annual Population Conference, Univ. of Karachi, Dec. 14-16, 2005 [based on the author’s keynote address]

 

Peter Xenos and Midea Kabamalan. A Comparative History of Age-Structure and Social Transitions among Asian Youth. Pp. 57-88 in Riding the Age Waves– Vol. 1: Population, Resources and Development, edited by Shripad Tuljapurkar, Ian Pool and Vipan Prachuabmoh (Dordrecht: Springer, 2005)

 

Peter Xenos. Demographic Forces Shaping Youth Populations in Asian Cities. Chapter 1 in Youth,

Poverty, and Conflict in Southeast Asian Cities, edited by Lisa M. Hanley, Blair A. Ruble and Joseph S. Tulchin. 2004. Washington D.C.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars

 

Peter Xenos and Corazon M. Raymundo. 1999. The Modern Profile of Filipino Youth. Chapter 2 in Corazon M. Raymundo, Peter Xenos and Lita J. Domingo. Eds. Adolescent Sexuality in the Philippines. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Population Institute

 

Peter Xenos, Corazon Raymundo and Claire Berja. 1999. Union Formation and Premarital Sex. Chapter 4 in Corazon M. Raymundo, Peter Xenos and Lita J. Domingo. Eds. Adolescent Sexuality in the Philippines. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Population Institute

 

Peter Xenos and Corazon M. Raymundo. Social Mapping of Youth at Risk. Chapter 9 in Corazon M. Raymundo, Peter Xenos and Lita J. Domingo. Eds. Adolescent Sexuality in the Philippines. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Population Institute

 

Peter Xenos, Corazon M. Raymundo and Gilda Salvacion A. Diaz. Surveying Filipino Youth: The Methodology of YAFS-II. Technical Appendix in Corazon M. Raymundo, Peter Xenos and Lita J. Domingo. Eds. Adolescent Sexuality in the Philippines. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Population Institute

 

Peter Xenos and Daniel F. Doeppers. A Demographic Frame for Philippine History. in Population and History: The Demographic Origins of the Modern Philippines. Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, and University of Wisconsin-Madison: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Monograph No. 16. 1998

 

Michael Cullinane and Peter Xenos. The Growth of Population in Cebu during the Spanish Era: Constructing a Regional Demography from Local Sources. in Daniel F. Doeppers and Peter Xenos (eds.). Population and History: The Demographic Origins of the Modern Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, and University of Wisconsin-Madison: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Monograph No. 16. 1998

 

Peter Xenos and Shui-Meng Ng. Nagcarlan, Laguna: A Nineteenth-Century Parish Demography. in Daniel F. Doeppers and Peter Xenos (eds.). Population and History: The Demographic Origins of the Modern Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, and University of Wisconsin-Madison: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Monograph No. 16. 1998

 

The Ilocos Coast Since 1800: Population Pressure, the Ilocano Diaspora and Multiphasic Response.  in Daniel F. Doeppers and Peter Xenos (eds.). Population and History: The Demographic Origins of the Modern Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, and University of Wisconsin-Madison: Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Monograph No. 16. 1998

 

Peter Xenos, Tran Thu Phuong, Luu Thi Thao and Vu Xuan Truong. 1993. Report of the Research Team on Demography and Labor.  Chapter 8 in Le Trong Cuc, Kathleen Gillogly and A. Terry Rambo (eds.), Too Many People, Too Little Land: The Human Ecology of a Wet Rice‑Growing Village in the Red River Delta of Vietnam. Honolulu: The East-West Center

 

Peter Xenos. Extended Adolescence and the Sexuality of Asian Youth: Observations on Research and Policy.  In M.L. Ng and L.S. Lam, Sexuality in Asia‑‑Selected Papers from the Conference on Sexuality in Asia, May 18‑20, 1990. Hong Kong: Hong Kong College of Psychiatrists [East‑West Center Reprints, Population Series No. 292]

 

Griffith Feeney and Peter Xenos. The Demographic Situation in Vietnam: Past, Present, Prospect. Pp. 55‑68 in Neil L. Jamieson, Nguyen Manh Hung and A. Terry Rambo (eds.), The Challenges of Vietnam’s Reconstruction. Washington, D.C.: The Indochina Institute, 1992 East‑West Center Reprints, Population Series No. 289]

 

Khanthone Keovilayvong, Pho Muangnalad, Gordon Paterson, Bounthiem Phommasay, Charmaine Rambo, Kanok Rerkasem, David Thomas and Peter Xenos. The Agroecosystem of Ban Dong: A Phu Thai (Lao Lum) Community. Chapter 6 in Swidden Agroecosystems in Sepone District Savannakhet Province, Lao PDR.  Report of the 1991 SUAN‑EAPI‑MAF Agroecosystem Research Workshop Savannakhet Province, Lao PDR, 20 June‑2 July 1991. Khon Kaen: The SUAN Regional Secretariat, 1992

 

Peter Xenos. Demography and Health Issues. Chapter 10 in Swidden Agroecosystems in Sepone District Savannakhet Province, Lao PDR.  Report of the 1991 SUAN‑EAPI‑MAF Agroecosystem Research Workshop Savannakhet Province, Lao PDR, 20 June‑2 July 1991. Khon Kaen: The SUAN Regional Secretariat, 1992

 

Peter Xenos. A New Look at Asia’s Nuptiality Transition. Pp. 716‑79 in Nihon University, Family and the Contemporary Japanese Culture: An International Perspective. Proceedings of the Nihon University International Symposium on Family and the Contemporary Japanese Culture: An International Perspective, Tokyo, October 20‑24, 1990.  Tokyo: Nihon University, 1991

 

Peter Xenos. Youth, Sexuality and Public Policy in Asia: A Research Perspective.  Chapter 14 in Stella R. Quah (ed.), The Family as an Asset: An International Perspective on Marriage, Parenthood and Social Policy. Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1990

 

Peter C. Smith. Micro‑Level Aspects of Demographic Change.  Commentary on the paper by Aline Wong and Paul P.L. Cheung, Demographic and Social Development in the ASEAN: Taking Stock for the Morrow. In Linda G. Martin (ed.), The ASEAN Success Story: Social, Economic, and Political Dimensions.  Honolulu: The East‑West Center, 1987

 

Peter C. Smith. Asians in the United States: a Mid‑1980s Profile.  Pp. 534‑55 in After the Storm: American Society a Decade After the Vietnam War.  Taipei: Institute for American Culture, Academia Sinica.  1987

 

Peter Xenos, Robert W. Gardner, Herbert Barringer and Michael J. Levin. Asian Americans: Growth and Change in the 1970s. Chapter 11 in James T. Fawcett and Benjamin V. Carino (eds.), Pacific Bridges:  The New Immigration from Asia and the Pacific Islands.  Staten Island, New York: Center for Migration Studies, 1987

 

Paul Cheung, Josefina Cabigon, Aphichat Chamratrithirong, Peter F. McDonald, Sabiha S. Syed, Andrew Cherlin and Peter C. Smith.  Cultural Variations in the Transition to Marriage in Four Asian Societies.  IUSSP, International Population Conference, Florence 1985, Vol. 3

 

Peter C. Smith, Adelamar N. Alcantara and Eliseo A. De Guzman.  An Assessment of Philippine Cohort Nuptiality Trends.  Chapter 1 in Luisa T. Engracia, et al. (eds.), Fertility in the Philippines:  Further Analyses of the Republic of the Philippines Fertility Survey of 1978.  Voorburg, Netherlands: International Statistical Institute, 1984

 

Peter C. Smith, Sabha S. Syed and Mehtab Karim.  A Perspective on Intergenerational Change in Pakistan: Educational Attainment and Marriage Timing.  Pp. 323‑34 in P. Padmanabha, Lee‑Jay Cho and Robert D. Retherford (eds.).  Recent Population Trends in South Asia. Proceedings of the Conference, New Delhi.  1983

 

Peter C. Smith. The Impact of Age at Marriage and Proportions Marrying on Fertility. Vol 2, Chapter 13 in Rodolfo A. Bulatao and R. D. Lee (eds.), Determinants of Fertility in Developing Countries.  2 vols.  New York: Academic Press, 1983

 

James T. Fawcett, Siew‑Ean Khoo and Peter C. Smith. Urbanization, Migration and the Status of Women.  Chapter 1 in James T. Fawcett, Siew‑Ean Khoo and Peter C. Smith (eds.).  Women in the Cities of Asia: Migration and Urban Adaptation.  Boulder, Colorado: The Westview Press, 1984

 

Peter C. Smith, Siew‑Ean Khoo and Stella Go.  The Migration of Women to Cities: A Comparative Perspective.  Chapter 2 in James T. Fawcett, Siew‑Ean Khoo and Peter C. Smith (eds.).  Women in the Cities of Asia: Migration and Urban Adaptation.  Boulder, Colorado: The Westview Press, 1984

 

Elizabeth Eviota and Peter C. Smith.  the Migration of Women in the Philippines. Chapter 9 in James T. Fawcett, Siew‑Ean Khoo and Peter C. Smith (eds.). Women in the Cities of Asia: Migration and Urban Adaptation.  Boulder, Colorado:  The Westview Press, 1984

 

Nasra M. Shah and Peter C. Smith.  Migrant Women at Work in Asia.  Chapter 15 in James T. Fawcett, Siew‑Ean Khoo and Peter C. Smith (eds.).  Women in the Cities of Asia: Migration and Urban Adaptation.  Boulder, Colorado:  The Westview Press, 1984

 

Siew‑Ean Khoo, Judith Bruce, James T. Fawcett and Peter C. Smith.  Women in Asian Cities: Policies, Services, and Research.  Chapter 19 in James T. Fawcett, Siew‑Ean Khoo and Peter C. Smith (eds.).  Women in the Cities of Asia: Migration and Urban Adaptation.  Boulder, Colorado: The Westview Press, 1984

 

Peter C. Smith. Migration, Sex and Occupations in Urban Indonesia and Thailand.  Vol. 3, pp. 99‑122 in International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, International Population Conference.  Manila.  1981.  [Also EWPI working Paper No. 21]

 

Peter C. Smith. Contrasting Marriage Patterns and Fertility in Southeast Asia: Indonesia and the Philippines Compared.  pp.  363‑93 in Ladislav Ruzika (ed.), Nuptiality and Fertility.  Liege: Ordina, 1981

 

Peter C. Smith. Demographic History: An Approach to the Study of the Filipino Past.  pp. 27‑46 in John Larkin (ed.), Perspectives on Philippine Historiography: A Symposium.  Yale University Southeast Asian Studies, Monograph Series No. 21, 1979.  [Also EWPI Reprint No. 111]

 

Peter C. Smith. Trends and Differentials in Nuptiality.  Chapter VII in Population of the Philippines.  Country Monographs Series, No. 5.  Bangkok: ESCAP.  1978

 

Vicente Paqueo and Peter C. Smith.  Economic‑Demographic Models: Uses, Limitations, and Research Problems.  In Rodolfo Bulatao (ed.) Philippine Population Research.  Makati:  Population Center Foundation.  1976

 

Peter C. Smith. Regional Fertility and Nuptiality Indices for 1960.  Appendix A in A Demographic Path to Modernity.  1975

 

Peter C. Smith. Fertility and Nuptiality:  the Local‑Area Mosaic.  Chapter 9 in A Demographic Path to Modernity.  1975.  [Also EWPI Reprint No. 68]

 

Peter C. Smith. The Turn‑of‑the‑Century Birth Rate:  Estimates from Birth Registration and Age Structure.  Chapter 3 in A Demographic Path to Modernity.  1975

 

Peter C. Smith. Changing Patterns of Nuptiality.  Chapter 2 in A Demographic Path to Modernity.  1975.  [Also EWPI Reprint No. 62]

 

Peter C. Smith. Philippine Nuptiality in the Twentieth Century.  Chapter 3 in John F. Kantner and Lee McCaffrey (eds.), Population and Social Change in Southeast Asia.  Lexington, Mass.:Lexington Books.  1975

 

Jose Encarnacion Jr., Mahar Mangahas, Vicente Paqueo and Peter C. Smith.  An Economic‑Demographic Model of the Philippines.  Chapter 2 in Agustin Kintanar Jr., et al., Studies in Philippine Economic‑Demographic Relationships.  1974

 

Journal Articles

Nahar, Quamrun, Peter Xenos and Joef Abalos. “Changing Transitions to Adulthood: a Census Approach to Measurement for International Comparisons. Submitted for a special issue of the Annals of the American Association of Social and Political Sciences 646(1): 42-68

 

Bunnag, Amonrat, Rossarin Gray and Peter Xenos. Toward an Historical Demography for Thailand. Journal of Population and Social Studies 20(2):82-108.

 

Xenos, Peter. 2010. Guest Editor’s introduction, Philippine Historical Demography: Past and Prospects, Philippine Population Review 9(1): 1-6

 

Peter Xenos and Midea Kabamalan. Emerging Forms of Union Formation in the Philippines: Assessing Levels and Social Distributions. 2007. Asian Population Studies 3 (3): 263-286

 

Peter Xenos, Sulistinah Achmad, Nguyen Duy Khe, Hui Sheng Lin, Ping Keung Luis, Chai Podhisita, Corazon Raymundo and Shyam Thapa. 2006. Delayed Asian Transitions to Adulthood: Evidence from National Surveys of Youth. Asian Population Studies 2(2): 145-189.

 

Podhisita, Chai, Peter Xenos and Anchalee Varangrat. 2004. The Risk of Premarital Sex among Thai Youth: Individual and Family Influences. Journal of Population and Social Studies 12(2): 1-31

 

Xenos, Peter, Midea Kabamalan and Sidney B. Westley. 1999. A Look at Asia’s Changing Youth Population. Asia-Pacific Population and Policy, Number 48, January 1999

 

Peter Xenos and Midea Kabamalan. The Changing Demographic and Social Profile of Youth in Asia. Asia-Pacific Population Research Reports, 12, October 1998

 

Peter Xenos, Survey Sheds New Light on Marriage and Sexuality in the Philippines. Asia-Pacific Population and Policy, No. 42, July 1997

 

Brown, Tim and Peter Xenos. AIDS in Asia: The Gathering Storm. Asia Pacific Issues, No. 16, August, 1994

 

Peter Xenos, Phichit Pitaktepsombati and Werasit Sittitrai. Partner Patterns in the Sexuality of Unmarried, Rural Thai Men. Asian and Pacific Population Forum 6(4):104‑17

 

Peter Xenos, Tran Thu Phuong, Luu Thi Thao and Vu Xuan Truong. 2000. Population Pressures in Vietnam’s Red River Delta. SEASPAN 6(3):1,3

 

Herbert R. Barringer, David T. Takeuchi and Peter Xenos.  Education, Occupational Prestige and Income of Asian Americans. Sociology of Education 63 (January): 27‑43 (1990)

 

Thomas E. Fricke, Sabiha H. Syed and Peter C. Smith. Rural Punjabi Social Organization and Marriage Timing Strategies in Pakistan.  Demography 23(4):489‑508 (1986) [EWPI Reprint No. 205]

 

Robert W. Gardner, Bryant Robey and Peter C. Smith.  1985. Asian Americans:  Growth, Change and Diversity.  Population Bulletin 40(4): 1-43 [reprinted February 1989]

 

Siew‑Ean Khoo, James T. Fawcett, and Peter C. Smith.  Migration of Women to Cities: The Asian Situation in Comparative Perspective.  International Migration Review, Winter, 1984

 

Hagen Koo and Peter C. Smith.  Migration, the Urban Informal Sector and Earnings in the Philippines.  The Sociological Quarterly 24(2):219‑32.  1983.  [Also EWPI Reprint No. 155]

 

Peter C. Smith and Ng Shui‑Meng.  The Components of Population Change in Nineteenth Century Southeast Asia: Village Data from the Philippines.  Population Studies 36(2):237‑55.  1982.  [Also EWPI Working Paper No. 6]

 

Peter C. Smith and Paul P. L. Cheung.  Social Origins and Sex‑Differential Schooling in the Philippines.  Comparative Education Review 25(1):28‑44.  1981 [also EWPI Reprint No. 127; also reprinted in Gail P. Kelley and Carolyn M. Elliot (eds.), Women’s Education in the Third World: Comparative Perspectives.  Albany: State University of New York Press, 1982]

 

Peter C. Smith. Asian Marriage Patterns in Transition.  Journal of Family History 5(1):58‑96.  1980.  [Also EWPI Reprint No. 118]

 

Peter C. Smith. Crisis Mortality in the Nineteenth Century Philippines:  Data from Parish Records.  Journal of Asian Studies 28(1):51‑76.  1978.  [Also EWPI Reprint No. 101]

 

Peter C. Smith. Indexes of Nuptiality: Asia and the Pacific.  Asian and Pacific Census Forum 5(2): 1,2,9‑13.  1978

 

Peter C. Smith and Lita J. Domingo.  The Social Distribution of Underutilized Labor in the Philippines.  Asian and Pacific Census Newsletter 3(3):4‑7.  1977

 

Peter C. Smith. The Social Demography of Filipino Migrations Abroad.  International Migration Review 10(3):307‑53.  1976 [EWPI Reprint No. 82]

 

Peter C. Smith. Regional and Provincial Differentials in Marriage and Family Building; 1960.  Philippine Sociological Review 19(3‑4):159‑81.  1971

 

Peter C. Smith. Age at Marriage: Trends and Prospects.  Philippine Sociological Review 16(1‑2):1‑16.  1968

 

Encyclopedia Entries

Peter Xenos. Aids – Asia. in Levinson, David and Karen Christensen, et. al. (eds.), Encyclopedia of Modern Asia (New York: Charles Schribner’s Sons) 2002

 

Karen Oppenheim Mason and Peter Xenos. Family and Population Policy in Less Developed Countries.  Vol. 2, pp. 644‑49 in Edgar F. Borgatta and Marie L. Borgatta (eds.), Encyclopedia of Sociology. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1992

 

Peter C. Smith. Nuptiality Indexes.  Vol. 2, pp. 492‑98 in John A. Ross (eds.), International Encyclopedia of Population.  New York:  The Free Press.  1982

 

Other Publication

Review of Conquest and Pestilence in the Early Spanish Philippines, by Linda A. Newson, in Historical Geography, vol. 1, 2011

 

Sex Habits of Youth Raise Alarm in Asia. Honolulu Advertiser (January 26, 1997)

 

Book Review:  Roland Pressat’s Demographic AnalysisPhilippine Sociological Review 21(2):187‑8. 1973

Conference Papers and Presentations (1990 onward)

Peter Xenos. “One-Person Households: the Philippines and the Rest of Asia Compared,” paper presented at the 2014 Annual Scientific Conference of the Philippine Population Association, January 20-21, 2014, Clark, Philippines

 

Chai Podhisita and Peter Xenos “Asia’s Emerging Patterns of Living Alone: Analysis of Asian Censuses and Surveys,” paper prepared for the coference Living Alone: One-Person Households in Asia, at Asian Research Institute, National University of Singapore, December 5-6, 2013

 

Peter Xenos. “Emerging Asian Marriage Regimes: One or Several?” paper prepared for presentation at the International Conference on Marriage in Asia: Trends, Determinants and Implications,” Asian Research Institute, National University of Singapore, November 15-16, 2012

 

Peter Xenos. Large-Scale Population Data in Public Health Research. Paper presented at the 9th International Conference on Environmental and Public Health Management: Towards Better health and Well-Being, October 2-4, 2012. College of Public Health Sciences, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

 

Peter Xenos. “On the Trajectory of Asian Life Course Research,” keynote address at the International Conference on Transitioning to Adulthood in Asia: Courtship, Marriage, and Work, Asian Research Institute, National University of Singapore, July 21-22, 2011

 

Peter Xenos, Quamrun Nahar and Joef Abalos. “Changing Transitions to Adulthood: a Census Approach to Measurement for International Comparison,” paper prepared for presentation at the International Conference on Transitioning to Adulthood in Asia: Courtship, Marriage, and Work, Asian Research Institute, National University of Singapore, July 21-22, 2011

 

Peter Xenos. “Google Scholar, Google Books, Ngrams, Crowd-Sourced Crisis Management, and Other Amazing Things,” 4th International Graduate Students Conference on Population and Public Health Sciences, May 9, 2013, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand

 

Bunnag Amornrat, Rossarin Gray and Peter Xenos, Bangkok, May 11, 2012, 3rd International Graduate Students Conference on Population and Public Health Sciences, “Historical Mortality Trends in Siam.”

 

Peter Xenos. 2nd Mahidol Migration Center Regional Consultative Meeting, April 23-24, 2012Salaya, “The Spatial Demography of Metropolitan Bangkok: an Analytic Approach”

 

Peter Xenos. Royal Golden Jubilee Conference, April 2012, Pattaya, Thailand. Invited Lecture: “Towards a Demographic History of Southeast Asia”

 

Bunnag, Amornrat, Rossarin Gray and Peter Xenos. 2012. Royal Golden Jubilee Conference, April 2012, Pattaya, Thailand. “Scenarios of Long Term Population Change, Siam 1782-1960.”

 

Peter Xenos. Thai Population Association Annual Conference, April 2012, “Southeast Asia’s Language Mosaic: A Framework for Comparative Analysis of the National Censuses

 

Peter Xenos. “Some Lessons from the Asian Youth Surveys.” Conference on Meeting Challenges in Measuring Youth Transitions to Adulthood, Qutab Hotel, New Delhi, November 22, 2010

 

Peter Xenos. On Migration and the Changing Geography of Southeast Asian Language Groups: Census-Based Measures and Results,” 1st Asian Population Conference, November 16-20, 2010, New Delhi, India

 

Peter Xenos and Quamrun Nahar. “Updating Asian Transitions to Adulthood

on the Basis of Adolescent and Youth Surveys,” 1st Asian Population Conference, November 16-20, 2010, New Delhi, India

 

Peter Xenos. The Long Term in Southeast Asian Demography and Population Policy. Paper presented at the German Historical Institute Conference, A World of Populations: 20th Century Demographic Discourses and Practices in Global Perspective, Washington D.C., May 29-30, 2009

 

Peter Xenos, Nguyen Dinh Chung, Nguyen Duy Khe, Nguyen Nhat Thanh, Le Thi Minh Chau, Nguyen Huu Minh, Margaret Sheehan and Vu Manh Loi. The Teen Years in Modern Vietnam: Significant Events and the Role of Families. Paper presented at the international conference on “Post-transitional Vietnamese Families: Exploring the Legacy of Doi Moi (Paris, October 21-23, 2004)

 

Peter Xenos. The Social Demography of Urban Youth in Southeast Asia. Paper presented at the Association for Asian Studies Annual Meeting, San Diego, California, March 4-7, 2004

 

Peter Xenos and Soccoro Gultiano. Age-structure and Urban Migration of Youth in the Philippines. Paper prepared for the CICRED Seminar on “Age-structural transitions: Demographic bonuses, but emerging challenges for population and sustainable development,” Paris, February 23-26, 2004.

 

Peter Xenos. Demographic Forces Shaping Youth Populations in Asian Cities. Paper presented at the Forum on Youth, Poverty, and Conflict in Southeast Asian Cities, Woodrow Wilson Institute and the Asian Institute of Technology, Pathumthani, Thailand, April 8-9, 2003

 

Peter Xenos. Cross-National Comparisons of Modest Numbers of Countries: Issues in Data Collection and the Design of Comparisons. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Social Science History Association, St. Louis, Missouri, Oct. 24-27, 2002

 

Peter Xenos and Soccoro Gultiano. The Marriage Ratios of Asian Countries and Cohorts. 2002 IUSSP Regional Population Conference. Bangkok, Thailand, June 10-13, 2002

 

Chai Podhisita, Peter Xenos and Anchalee Varangrat. Premarital Sex among Thai Youth: What do Family and Individual Factors Tell Us? Paper prepared for the 5th ASEAN Inter-University Conference, National University of Singapore, May 23-25, 2001

 

Peter Xenos. The Transition to Adulthood as Measured in Surveys. Prepared for the 3rd project workshop of the Asian Young Adult Reproductive Risk (AYARR) Project, Nov. 28-Dec. 3, 2000, Manila, Philippines

 

Peter Xenos. Indicators from the AYARR and DHS on Young Adult Reproductive Health. Prepared for the 3rd project workshop of the Asian Young Adult Reproductive Risk (AYARR) Project, Nov. 28-Dec. 3, 2000, Manila, Philippines

 

Peter Xenos. Some Basic Comparative Indicators of Schooling. Prepared for the 3rd project workshop of the Asian Young Adult Reproductive Risk (AYARR) Project, Nov. 28-Dec. 3, 2000 Manila, Philippines

 

Peter Xenos and Midea Kabamalan. Age and Social Structure Transitions among Asian Youth. Paper prepared for the IUSSP Seminar on Age Structural Transitions and Policy Implications. Nov. 8-10, 2000, Phuket, Thailand.

 

Peter Xenos, Sulistinah Achmad, Harvey Lin, Ping-Keung Luis, Chai Podhisita, Corazon Raymundo and Shyam Thapa. Asian Youth in Global Context: Indicators from the Asian Young Adult Reproductive Health Surveys. Paper prepared for presentation at the International Symposium on Reproductive Health Research and Policy Issues of Adolescent and Unmarried Young Adults, October 19-21, 2000, Shanghai, China

 

Peter Xenos. The Demographic Long-Term in the Philippines. Paper prepared for the 6th International Philippine Studies Conference, July 12-15, 2000, Quezon City, Philippines

 

Peter Xenos. Demographic Information on Young Adult Reproductive Health in Southeast Asia. Prepared for the Pathfinder/FOCUS on Youth Adults Southeast Asian Regional Young Adult Reproductive Health State of the Art (SOTA) Training Course (June 2000, Chiang Mai, Thailand)

 

Peter Xenos. Protective Factors and Risk Factors as Measured in Some Asian Youth Surveys. Prepared for the WHO/UNICEF meeting on “Protective and Risk Factors for Adolescents from Different Countries: What Can we Measure” (WHO, Geneva, 6-8 March 2000)

 

Peter Xenos. Risk Behavior Levels in Relation to Certain Protective Factors and Risk Factors as Measured in Some Asian Youth Surveys. Materials for presentation at the WHO/UNICEF meeting on “Protective and Risk Factors for Adolescents from from Different Countries: What Can we Measure” (WHO, Geneva, 6-8 March 2000)

 

Peter Xenos. Surveying Adolescent Sexuality: the Asian Experience. Paper prepared for the YARH Measurement Meeting, Focus on Youth/Center for Disease Control, September 28-30, 1999, Decatur Georgia

 

Peter Xenos. Events Information and the Life Course Framework in YARH Survey Studies of Adolescent Risk. Paper prepared for the YARH Measurement Meeting, Focus on Youth/Center for Disease Control, September 28-30, 1999, Decatur Georgia

 

Peter Xenos and Corazon Raymundo. The Social Mapping of Asian Youth at Risk: An Example from the Philippines. Presented at the Workshop on Youth Across Asia: Growing Up, Growing Needs, Kathmandu, Nepal, Sept. 23-25, 1997 [East-West Center Program on Population Working Paper No. 94]

 

Peter Xenos. The Demographic Transformations of Asian Youth: A Graphical Overview. Presented at the Workshop on Youth Across Asia: Growing Up, Growing Needs, Kathmandu, Nepal, Sept. 23-25, 1997

 

Peter Xenos. The Demographic Transformations of Asian Youth. Presented at the USAID/PHN Regional Workshop and SOTA Training, Sept. 29-Oct. 3, 1997, Chiang Mai, Thailand

 

Peter Xenos and Eliseo de Guzman. Dating as a Proximate Determinant of Early Sex. Paper prepared for the 1997 Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, Washington D.C., March 27-29

 

Peter Xenos. Measuring the Sexual System and Union Formation among Adolescents in Developing Countries. Paper prepared for the National Academy of Sciences Workshop on Adolescent Reproduction in Developing Countries, Washington D.C., March 24-5, 1997

 

Peter Xenos, Corazon Raymundo and Claire Lusterio. Casual, Commercial and Committed: An Assessment and Typology of Premarital Sex in the Philippines. Unpublished 1997

 

Peter Xenos. A Local Perspective on Population Change and Recent Population Policy in Vietnam. paper prepared for the annual meetings of the Northwest Regional Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies, Seattle, Washington, Nov. 3-6, 1994

 

Peter Xenos, Materials for the Demographic History of Southeast Asia. Paper prepared for the Annual Meetings of the Population Association of America, Miami, Florida, May 5‑7, 1994

 

Peter Xenos. Population Pressure and Population Policy in the Red River Delta of Vietnam. Paper prepared for the IUSSP General Conference, August 24‑September 1, 1993, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

 

Peter Xenos. Population Growth, Environmental Pressure and Population Policy in the Red River Delta of Vietnam. Paper presented at the 1993 annual meetings of the Population Association of America, Cincinnati, Apirl 1‑3, 1993

 

Peter Xenos. Psychosocial Data on the Sexuality of Hong Kong Males. 21st Annual Psychosocial Workshop, Cincinnati, March 30‑31, 1993

 

Peter Xenos, Tran Thu Thao and Vu Xuan Truong. Population Pressure and Population Policy in the Red River Delta of Vietnam. Paper presented at the Northwest Regional Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies 5th Annual Conference, University of British Columbia, October 16‑18, 1992

 

Peter Xenos.  Issues and Research Relating to Adolescent Sexuality in Asia. paper presented at the Workshop on Current Issues in Adolescent Sexuality in the Philippines, December 10‑11, 1992, Quezon City, Philippines

 

Peter Xenos. On the Demography of Asia’s Youth. Paper presented at the Conference on Youth in the Asia‑Pacific Region. Bangkok, June 30‑July 4, 1992

 

Peter Xenos and Werasit Sittitrai. A Bibliography on the Family in Thailand. Prepared for the Workshop on Youth and Family in Thailand, Bangkok, Nov. 11‑13, 1991

 

Peter Xenos. Household Structure and Rural Resource Management. Presentation at the 3rd SUAN‑EAPI Workshop on Rural Systems Sustainability, Honolulu, Hawaii, March 11‑April 26, 1991

 

Peter Xenos. Growing Up in Asia: Demographic Change and Social Transformation. Presentation prepared for the Conference on Adolescent Sexuality in Asia, Honolulu, Hawaii, September 24‑27, 1990

 

Karen Oppenheim Mason, Ellen J. Efron and Peter Xenos. Sexual Attitudes and Modernization in Southeast Asia. Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, Washington D.C., August 11‑15, 1990

 

Peter Xenos. Mortality and the Demographic Balance in Nineteenth Century Southeast Asia.  Paper prepared for the Annual Meetings of the Association for Asian Studies, Chicago, Illinois, April 5‑8, 1990

Working Papers, Other Reports and Presentations, 1990 onward (Selected, Not Yet Published)

 

Peter Xenos.  2001.  Events Information and the Life Course Framework in Youth Adult Reproductive Health (YARH) Survey Studies of Adolescent Risk.  East-West Center Working Papers (Population Series) No. 108-1.

 

Peter Xenos.  2001.  The National Youth Populations of Asia:  Long-Term Change in Six Countries.  East-West Center Working Papers (Population Series) No. 108-2.

 

Peter Xenos.  2001.  How Can Young Adult Reproductive Health (YARH) Surveys Play a Role in Program Design and Evaluation?  East-West Center Working Papers (Population Series) No. 108-11.

 

Xenos, Peter, Sulistinah Achmad, Harvey Lin, Ping-Keung Luis, Chai Podhisita, Corazon Raymundo and Shyam Thapa.  2001.  Surveying Adolescent Sexuality:  The Asian Experience.  East-West Center Working Papers (Population Series) No. 108-3.

 

Xenos, Peter, Sulistinah Achmad, Harvey Lin, Ping-Keung Luis, Chai Podhisita, Corazon Raymundo and Shyam Thapa.  2001.  The Timing of Union Formation and Sexual Onset:  Asian Evidence from Young Adult Reproductive Health Surveys.  East-West Center Working Papers (Population Series) No. 108-4.

 

Xenos, Peter, Sulistinah Achmad, Hui-Sheng Lin, Chai Podhisita and Corazon Raymundo.  2001.  Cross-National Comparison and the Importance of Sub-Groups Within Countries.  East-West Center Working Papers (Population Series) No. 108-12.

 

Xenos, Peter, Sulistinah Achmad, Hui-Sheng Lin, Ping-Keung Luis, Chai Podhisita, Corazon Raymundo and Shyam Thapa.  2001.  An Asian Comparative Description of Events in the Transition to Adulthood.  East-West Center Working Papers (Population Series) No. 108-13.

 

Podhisita, Chai and Peter Xenos.  2001.  The Risk of Premarital Sex among Thai Youth:  Individual and Family Influences.  East-West Center Working Papers (Population Series) No. 108-5.

 

Podhisita, Chai, Peter Xenos, Jittinee Juntarodjana and Anchalee Varangrat.  2001.  Drinking, Smoking, and Drug Use among Thai Youth:  Effects of Family and Individual Factors.  East-West Center Working Papers (Population Series) No. 108-6.

 

Achmad, Sulistinah and Peter Xenos.  2001.  Youth and Education in Indonesia.  East-West Center Working Papers (Population Series) No. 108-18.

 

Peter Xenos. 2001.  Selected Reproductive Health Indicators for Asian Youth.  AYARR Research Brief No 1.

 

Peter Xenos. 2001.  The Timing of Union Formation and Sexual Onset:  Asian Evidence from Young Adult Reproductive Health Surveys.  AYARR Research Brief No 8.

 

Xenos, Peter.  2001.  Schooling in the Adolescent Life Course:  A Historic Intervention.  AYARR Research Brief No 14.

 

Xenos, Peter, Sulistinah Achmad, Hui-sheng Lin, Ping-Keung Luis, Chai Podhisita, Corazon Raymundo and Shyam Thapa.  2001.  How Common is Early Sexual Onset and Sex Before Marriage?  AYARR Research Brief No 7.

 

Xenos, Peter, Sulistinah Achmad, Hui-sheng Lin, Ping-Keung Luis, Chai Podhisita and Corazon Raymundo.  2001.  Staying in School Postpones Sexual Debut.  AYARR Research Brief No 9.

 

Xenos, Peter, Sulistinah Achmad, Hui-sheng Lin, Ping-Keung Luis, Chai Podhisita, Corazon Raymundo and Shyam Thapa.  2001.  How Long is Asian Adolescence?  AYARR Research Brief No 10.

 

Xenos, Peter. Report and Compilation of Data for Urban Child Project. Florence: International Child Development Centre, 1993

 

Peter Xenos, Eileen Sarmiento and Socorro A. Gultiano. Philippine Nuptiality in the 1970s: Estimates for Provinces by Urban and Rural Areas, June 1990.

 

Peter Xenos. The Social Demography of Asian Youth Populations: an Analysis of Projections to 2010.  Background Paper No. 3, Analysis of Population Trends and Projections in Asia 1980‑2010, a report to USAID under cooperative agreement no. DPE‑3046‑A‑00‑8050‑00, May 1990

 

Meetings and Sessions Organized (1990 onward)

 

Co-organizer of the an international conference on Asian Youth at Risk: Social, Health and Policy Challenges, sponsored by the East-West Center and the Bureau of Health Promotion, Taiwan (November 26-29, 2001)

 

Organizing a Workshop on Researching Sensitive Issues in Sexuality and Reproductive Health, Summer Seminar on Population, June 2001

 

Organized the third project workshop of the AYARR research project, Manila, Nov. 28-Dec. 2, 2000

 

Organized the second project workshop of the AYARR research project, Bangkok, March 15-18, 2000

 

Organized the first project workshop of the AYARR research project, Honolulu, July 1-30, 1999

 

Organized a Workshop on Researching Sensitive Issues in Sexuality and Reproductive Health, Summer Seminar on Population, May-June 1999

 

Organized a Workshop on Researching Sensitive Issues in Sexuality and Reproductive Health, Summer Seminar on Population, May-June 1998

 

Organized three sessions for the 1997 meetings of the Population Association of America: Adolescent Risk Taking and Adolescent Sexuality; Adolescent Sexuality: Measurement in Diverse Settings; and New Data and Innovative Analysis of Adolescent Sexuality

 

Organized a Workshop on Design and Measurement in Youth Sexuality Research, Manila, Philippines, Sept. 2-6, 1996

 

Organized a Workshop on Design and Measurement in Youth Sexuality Research, 27th Summer Seminar, East-West Center, Program on Population, Honolulu, June 1996

 

Organized a session on Marriage Patterns and Demographic Systems, for the Conference on Asian Population History, January 4-8, 1996, Taipei, Taiwan.

 

Organized a Workshop on Social Science Research Methods, for the East-West Center’s Indochina Initiative,April 11‑June 17, 1994

 

Co‑organized (with Dudley Poston) a Workshop on Geographic Analysis of Demographic Data, June 6‑29, 1993, Honolulu, Hawaii

 

Co‑organized (with Corazon Raymundo) a Workshop on Current Issues in Adolescent Sexuality in the Philippines, Manila, Philippines, December 10‑11, 1992

 

Co‑organized (with Barry Barnes and Paul Clark) a Conference on Youth in Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand, June 28‑July 3, 1992

 

Organized (with Timothy Dyson) an East‑West Population Institute Summer Seminar Workshop on Asian Historical Demography, Honolulu, June 1‑27, 1992.  Co‑sponsored by the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population

 

Organized (with the East‑West Center’s Indochina Initiative) the Conference on the Challenges of Vietnam’s Reconstruction: Domestic and International Issues. May 21‑22, 1992, Washington, D.C.; including a session on Population and Development

 

Organized (with Chai Podhisita) a Workshop on Youth and Family in Thailand, Bangkok, Nov. 11‑13, 1991

 

Conducted a Working Group on China’s Nuptiality,  April 27‑May 25, 1991, East‑West Population Institute

 

Organized a Conference on Adolescent Sexuality in Asia (Honolulu, September 24‑27, 1990), involving participants from eight countries.

 

Regional Workshop, Data Dissemination and Further Analysis Bangkok May 23-28, 2011. Presentation on “Thematic Studies: Youth and Adolescence.”