2020 Census: Citizenship, Science, Politics, and Privacy

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Preparations for the 2020 Census are underway, amidst conversations, controversy, and lawsuits over the possible addition of a citizenship question to the decennial survey. Join us and our panel of stakeholders and scholars as they discuss the complexities of these issues, as well as the Census itself: the politics affected by it and the science behind the design.

Event will also be live streamed: http://bit.ly/ISRCensusStream


Keynote: Al Fontenot, Associate Director, Decennial Census Program, U.S. Census Bureau

Panel 1: Citizenship and Politics

James House, Angus Campbell Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Survey Research, Public Policy, and Sociology

Barbara Anderson, Ronald A. Freedman Collegiate Professor of Sociology and Population Studies, University of Michigan

Mara Ostfeld, Assistant Professor, Political Science, Faculty Associate, Latina/o Studies and Center for Political Studies at ISR, Faculty Associate, Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy

Panel 2: Science and Privacy

David Johnson, Director of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, Research Professor, Survey Research Center at ISR

Jason Owen-Smith, Director for the Institute for Research on Innovation & Science (IRIS)

Joelle Abramowitz, Director of the Michigan Research Data Center
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When and Where

Map Institute For Social Research - 1430

October 2018

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8:30am - 12:00pm

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