Areas of Interest
Social Demography, Sociology of the Family, Research Methods
PhD Sociology, University of Arizona - Tuscan, 1980
MA Sociology, University of Arizona - Tuscan, 1978
BA with Honors in Sociology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1976
- Morgan, S. Philip and Heather Rackin (March, 2010). The Correspondence of Fertility Intentions and Behavior in the U.S.. Population and Development Review, 36, 91-118.
- Sautter, Jessica M., Rebecca M. Tippett, and S. Philip Morgan (2010). The Social Demography of Internet Dating in the United States. Social Science Quarterly, 91, 554-75.
- Morgan, S. Philip, Guo Zhigang and Sarah R. Hayford (Winter, 2009). China’s Below Replacement Fertility: Recent trends and Future Prospects. Population and Development Review, 35, 605-630.
- Abbasi-Shavazi, M. J., S. Philip Morgan, Meimanat Hossein-Chavoshi and Peter McDonald (December, 2009). Family Change and Continuity in Iran: Birth Control Use before First Pregnancy.. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 71, 1309-24.
- Parrado, Emilio A. and S. Philip Morgan (2008). Intergenerational Fertility among Hispanic Women: New Evidence of Immigrant Assimilation. Demography, 45, 651-671.
- Morgan, S. Philip and Miles Taylor (2006). Low Fertility in the 21st Century. Annual Review of Sociology, 32, 375-400.
- Morgan, S. Philip (2003). "Is low fertility a 21st century demographic crisis? (PAA Presidential Address).". Demography, 40(4), 589-603.
- Pollard, Michael S. and S. Philip Morgan (2002). Emerging parental gender indifference: Sex composition of children and the third birth. American Sociological Review, 67(4), 600-613.
- Morgan, S. Philip and Rosalind Berkowitz King (2001). Why Have Children in the 21st Century?. European Journal of Population, 17, 3-20.