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Research Professor Emeritus, Population Studies Center.
Professor Emeritus, Sociology.
Ph.D., Princeton University
Dr. Knodel has conducted research in the areas of social demography in developing countries (specializing in Southeast Asia and particularly Thailand) and European historical demography. His current research focuses on Cambodia, Thailand and Vietnam and involves studies of the status of and support systems for the elderly, the impact of the AIDS epidemic on older persons, and family change.
Knodel, John E. 2012. "The Changing Impact of the AIDS Epidemic on Older-Age Parents in the Era of ART: Evidence from Thailand." Journal of Cross Cultural Gerontology, 27(1): 1-15. PMCID: PMC3296905. DOI. Abstract.
Knodel, John E., Sochanny Hak, Chandore Khuon, Dane So, and John McAndrew. 2011. "Parents and Family Members in the Era of ART: Evidence from Cambodia and Thailand." AIDS Care, 10(1): 1264-1273. PMCID: PMC3179792. DOI. Abstract.
Knodel, John E., Jiraporn Kespichayawattana, Chanpen Saengtienchai, and S. Wiwatwanich. 2010. "How left behind are rural parents of migrant children? Evidence from Thailand." Ageing & Society, 30: 811-841. DOI. Abstract.
Teerawichitchainan, Bussarawan, John E. Knodel, Manh Loi Vu, and Tuan Huy Vu. 2010. "The Gender Division of Household Labor in Vietnam: Cohort Trends and Regional Variations." Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 41(1): 57-85. Abstract.
Knodel, John E., Jiraporn Kespichayawattana, Chanpen Saengtienchai, and Suvinee Wiwatwanich. 2010. "The Role of Parents and Family Members in ART Treatment Adherence: Evidence from Thailand." Research on Aging, 32(1): 19-39. PMCID: PMC2835367. DOI. Abstract.