Anne Pebley

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Fred H. Bixby Chair and Distinguished Professor
Professor, Department of Community Health Sciences
Professor, Department of Sociology
Faculty Affiliate, California Center for Population Research
Director, Bixby Center on Population and Reproductive Health
Type of Faculty: 
Full Time
Contact Information
Box 957236, 4284 Public Affairs Bldg. Los Angeles, CA 90095 Phone: 1.310.825.5935 (Administrative Assistant) Skype: arpebley
Areas of Interest: 

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.

Selected Courses: 
CHS 100: Introduction to Community Health Sciences
CHS 210: Foundations of Community Health Sciences
CHS 247: Population Change and Public Policy
CHS/SOCM 263: Social Demography of Los Angeles
CHS 286: Doctoral Roundtable
PhD, Sociology, Cornell University
MPS, International Development, Cornell University
BA, Comparative Communist Studies, Union College
This faculty member is available to serve as: 
Doctoral Advisor
Masters Advisor
PhD Committee Member
DrPH Committee Member
MS Thesis Committee Member
MS Report Committee Member

Please check with the faculty member or their office about availability to serve during current academic period.