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Dr. Don Bradley

Don Bradley
Associate Professor
Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin, 1998
Office: Brewster A-412
Tel: 252.328.4838
E-mail: bradleyd@ecu.edu

Curriculum Vita

Areas of Interest: Migration, Economic Sociology, Religion


Research

Selected Publications

Crawford, Tom, Done E. Bradley, and Daniel Marucci. (2012). "Impacts of In-Migration and Coastal Amenities on Housing Growth in Coastal North Carolin, USA." Population, Space, and People. DOI: 10.1002/psp.1695

Bradley, Don E. (2011). "Litwak and Longino's Developmental Model of Later Life Migration: Evidence from the American Community Survey,
2005 - 2007." Journal of Applied Gerontology, 30(2): 141-158.

Bradley, D. E. & Van Willigen. M. (2010). Migration and mental health among older adults: A growth curve analysis based on panel data from the Health and Retirement Study, 1996-2006." Under Review at the Journal of Aging and Health.

Bradley, D. E. & Longino, C. F., Jr. (2009). Geographic mobility and aging in place. Pp. 319-339 in International Handbook of Population Aging. Edited by Peter Uhlenberg. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer-Verlag.

Mitchell, J., Bradley, D. E., Wilson, H., & Goins, R. T. (2009). The aging farm population and rural aging research. Journal of Agromedicine, 13(2), 95-109.

Longino, C. F., Jr., Bradley, D.E., Stoller, E. P. and Haas, W. H, III. (2008). Predictors of migration among older adults: A prospective study. Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 63B(1): S7-S14.

Bradley, D.E., Longino, C. F., Jr, Stoller, E. P. and Haas, W. H, III. (2008). "The Actuation of Mobility Intentions among the „Young-Old‟: An Event-History Analysis." The Gerontologist, 63B (1), S7-S14.

Sunil, T.S., Rojas, V., & Bradley. D. E. (2007). United States‟ international retirement migration: Reasons for retiring to the environs of Lake Chapala, Mexico. Ageing and Society 27: 489-510.

Haas, W. H., III, Bradley, D. E., Longino, C. F., Jr., Stoller, E. P., & Serow, W. J. (2007). In retirement migration who counts? A methodological question with economic policy implications." The Gerontologist, 46(6): 815-820. (Brief empirical report).

Bradley, D. E. The life course model of later life migration: Evidence from the American Community Survey, 2005-2007." Under Review at the Journal of Applied Geronotology.

Bradley, D. E. & Longino, C. F., Jr. (2006). Demographic and resettlement impacts on rural services. In Best Practices in Service Delivery to the Rural Elderly, edited by R. T. Goins and J.A. Krout. New York: Springer Publishing Company.

Longino, C. F., Jr. & Bradley, D. E. (2006). Internal and international migration. Pp. 76-93, in Handbook of Aging and the Social Sciences, 6th Edition, edited by Robert H. Binstock and Linda K. George. San Diego, CA: Elsevier Inc.

Current Projects

My research centers on the causes and consequences of migration and residential mobility among older adults. At present, I am analyzing data from the American Community Survey, 2005-2008 to see how migration flow patterns have changed in recent years particularly in regards to Florida.