D. Gordan Bennett

Dr. Bennett's research interests include population patterns, trends, and migration. Among his books are The U.S. and Canada, Tension Areas of the World, World Population Problems, Applied Human Geography, Snapshots of the Carolinas and A Geography of the Carolinas. Professor Bennett has published articles in both books and journals, including Land Economics, Southeastern Geographer, Journal of Applied Gerontology, Geographical Survey, Geographical Perspectives, Zero Population Growth, Global Environmental Change, and The North Carolina Atlas. His grants include a $52,042 award from the Economic Development Administration to study the economic impact of retirees on non-metropolitan counties along the South Atlantic Coast.

There are 6 included publications by D. Gordan Bennett :

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Geographic Perspectives in Migration Research: A Bibliographical Survey. 1979 1684 The main objective of this volume is to review the contributions of the geographic discipline to the empirical analysis, methodology, and theory of human migration in the technologically advanced world. A wide range of books and other published m...
Implications of Retirement Development in High-Amenity Non-metropolitan Coastal Areas 1996 1103 Retirement migration has been well documented over the past 2 decades. Initially, there were many reservations expressed about the economic impact of retirees on receiving communities; however, several recent studies have documented a positive financ...
Newspaper Circulation Data 1982 545 The notion that the Audit Bureau of Circulations reports accurately represent newspaper circulation or service areas is incorrect [Judith F. Russell and William H. Berentsen, "Urban Regions in Georgia: 1964- 1979," Southeastern Geographer, Vol. 21...
Population Change and Mobility: A Case Study of An Arkansas State Economic Area. 1970 692 THE PHENOMENON Of out-migration in various sections of the country had increased to such an extent by 1960 that approximately one-half of the counties in the nation had recorded a loss in population during the previous ten-year period. The outl...
Public Schools and the Pattern of Intraurban Residential Mobility 1986 542 Thirty years ago, Charles Tiebout ( 1956) recognized that househo lds consider differences in the benefits and costs of public services in choosing where to live. Foll owing Wallace Oates's ( 1969) path-breaking article, a number of studies confi...
Retirement Migration and Economic Development in High-Amenity Non-metropolitan Areas. 1993 1168 There has been a rapid growth of retired inmigrants in high-amenity, nonmetropolitan areas in the Southeast during the last two to three decades. This article examines the economic impact they have made on these counties and the economic development ...