Dennis Hogan received his PhD degree in sociology with a specialization in demography from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1976. Following faculty appointments at University of Chicago and Penn State University, he joined the Brown faculty in 1995 as professor of sociology and Robert E. Turner Distinguished Professor of Population Studies. He has been director of the Population Research Institute at Penn State University and of the Population Studies and Training Center at Brown University. During his tenure at director of the two centers he obtained eight support grants from the National Institutes of Health, Packard Foundation, Compton Foundation and Mellon Foundation, totaling $6.1 million. He has had 27 research grants from NIH, NSF, and private foundation for a total of $7.3 million.
Dennis Hogan has published three books: Transitions and Social Change: The Early Lives of American Men. New York: Academic Press, 1981; Family, Political Economy, and Demographic Change: The Transformation of Life in Casalecchio, Italy, 1861-1921. David I. Kertzer and Dennis P. Hogan. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1989; and The Family Consequences of Children's Disability. Dennis Hogan. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2012. He has published 74 refereed journal articles and 26 chapters in books.
|El-Zein, Abbas, Jabbour, Samer, Tekce, Belgin, Zurayk, Huda, Nuwayhid, Iman, Khawaja, Marwan, Tell, Tariq, Mooji, Yusuf Al, De-Jong, Jocelyn, Yassin, Nasser, Hogan, Dennis Health and ecological sustainability in the Arab world: a matter of survival. The Lancet. 2014; 383 (9915) : 458-476.|
|Zurayk, Huda, Giacaman, Rita, Jabbour, Samer, Husseini, Abdullatif, DeJong, Jocelyn, Hogan, Dennis, Khawaja, Marwan, Obermeyer, Carla Makhlouf, Nuwayhid, Iman, Rashad, Hoda, Tekce, Belgin The making of the Lancet Series on health in the Arab world. The Lancet. 2014; 383 (9915) : 393-395.|
|Hammoudeh, Weeam, Halileh, Samia, Hogan, Dennis Determinants of stunting in children younger than 5 years between 2006 and 2010 in the occupied Palestinian territory: a cross-sectional study. The Lancet. 2013; 382 : S16.|
|Belachew, Tefera, Lindstrom, David, Gebremariam, Abebe, Hogan, Dennis, Lachat, Carl, Huybregts, Lieven, Kolsteren, Patrick Food Insecurity, Food Based Coping Strategies and Suboptimal Dietary Practices of Adolescents in Jimma Zone Southwest Ethiopia. PLoS ONE. 2013; 8 (3) : e57643.|
|Hammoudeh, Weeam, Hogan, Dennis, Giacaman, Rita Quality of life, human insecurity, and distress among Palestinians in the Gaza Strip before and after the Winter 2008–2009 Israeli war. Qual Life Res. 2013; 22 (9) : 2371-2379.|
|Shandra, Carrie L., Avery, Roger C., Hogan, Dennis P., Msall, Michael E. Child and adult disability in the 2000 Census: Disability is a household affair. Disability and Health Journal. 2012; 5 (4) : 241-248.|
|Shandra, Carrie L., Hogan, Dennis P. Delinquency Among Adolescents with Disabilities. Child Indicators Research. 2012; 5 (4) : 771-788.|
|Yamout, Rouham, Farran, Sarah, Rmeileh, Niveen ME Abu, Hogan, Dennis, Giacaman, Rita Insecurity in Palestinian refugee camps in Lebanon: a pilot study. The Lancet. 2012; 380 : S9-S10.|
|Hammoudeh, Weeam, Hogan, Dennis P Proximate determinants of Palestinian fertility: a decomposition analysis. The Lancet. 2012; 380 : S20.|
|Abu-Rmeileh, N. M. E., Hammoudeh, W., Mataria, A., Husseini, A., Khawaja, M., Shannon, H. S., Hogan, D., Watt, G. C. M., Zurayk, H., Giacaman, R. Health-related Quality of life of Gaza Palestinians in the aftermath of the winter 2008-09 Israeli attack on the Strip. European journal of public health. 2011; 22 (5) : 732-737.|
|Lindstrom, David P., Belachew, Tefera, Hadley, Craig, Hattori, Megan Klein, Hogan, Dennis, Tessema, Fasil Nonmarital Sex and Condom Knowledge among Ethiopian Young People: Improved Estimates Using a Nonverbal Response Card. Studies in Family Planning. 2010; 41 (4) : 251-262.|
|Shandra, Carrie L., Hogan, Dennis P. The Educational Attainment Process Among Adolescents with Disabilities And Children of Parents with Disabilities. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education. 2009; 56 (4) : 363-379.|
|Brandon, Peter D., Hofferth, Sandra L., Hogan, Dennis P. Do disabilities in former TANF families hasten their returns to cash assistance?. Social Science Research. 2008; 37 (2) : 530-543.|
|Brandon, Peter D., Hogan, Dennis P. New approaches to household diversity and change. Journal of Population Research. 2008; 25 (3) : 247-250.|
|Shandra, Carrie L., Hogan, Dennis P., Spearin, Carrie E. Parenting a child with a disability: An examination of resident and non-resident fathers. Journal of Population Research. 2008; 25 (3) : 357-377.|
|Msall, M. E., Hogan, D. P. Counting Children With Disability in Low-Income Countries: Enhancing Prevention, Promoting Child Development, and Investing in Economic Well-being. PEDIATRICS. 2007; 120 (1) : 182-185.|
|Msall, Michael E, Avery, Roger C, Msall, Emily R, Hogan, Dennis P Distressed neighborhoods and child disability rates: analyses of 157 000 school-age children. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology. 2007; 49 (11) : 814-817.|
|Hogan, Dennis P., Shandra, Carrie L., Msall, Michael E. Family developmental risk factors among adolescents with disabilities and children of parents with disabilities. Journal of Adolescence. 2007; 30 (6) : 1001-1019.|
|Brandon, Peter D., Hogan, Dennis P. Impediments to Mothers Leaving Welfare: The Role of Maternal and Child Disability. Popul Res Policy Rev. 2004; 23 (4) : 419-436.|
|Hogan, Dennis P., Biratu, Belay Social Identity and Community Effects on Contraceptive Use and Intentions in Southern Ethiopia. Studies in Family Planning. 2004; 35 (2) : 79-90.|
|Rogers, Michelle L., Hogan, Dennis P. Family Life With Children With Disabilities: The Key Role of Rehabilitation. Journal of Marriage and Family. 2003; 65 (4) : 818-833.|
|Berhanu, Betemariam, Hogan, Dennis Postpartum amenorrhoea in Ethiopia: The role of weaning, child death, and socioeconomic factors. Biodemography and Social Biology. 1998; 45 (1-2) : 80-95.|
|Casper, Lynne M., Hogan, Dennis P. Family networks in prenatal and postnatal health. Biodemography and Social Biology. 1990; 37 (1-2) : 84-101.|
|Florez, C. Elisa, Hogan, Dennis P. Women's status and infant mortality in rural Colombia. Social Biology. 1990; 37 (3-4) : 188-203.|
"Delinquency among Adolescents with Disabilities," with Carrie Shandra. Child Indicators Research. Online First™, 2 February 2012
The Family Consequences of Children's Disability. Dennis Hogan. New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2012.
"Sources of Human Insecurity in Post-War Situations." Ziadni M, Hammoudeh W, Abu Rmeileh N, Hogan D, Shannon H, Giacaman R. Journal of Human Security 2011;7(3): 23-36.
"Nonmarital Sex and Condom Knowledge among Ethiopian Young People: Improved Estimates Using a Nonverbal Response Card." Lindstrom, David P, Tefera Belachew, Craig Hadley, Megan Klein Hattori, Dennis Hogan, and Fasil Tessema. Studies in Family Planning 41 (2010): 251-262.
"The Educational Attainment Process Among Adolescents with Disabilities and Children of Parents with Disabilities." Shandra, Carrie, Dennis Hogan. International Journal of Disability, Development, and Education 56 (2009): 363-379.
"Human-related Quality of Life of Gaza Palestinians in the Aftermath of the Winter 2008-09 Israeli Attack on the Strip. Niveen M.E. Abu-Rmeileh, Weeam Hammoudeh, Awad Mataria, Abdullatif Husseini, Marwan Khawaja, Harry S. Shannon, Dennis Hogan, Graham C.M. Watt, Huda Zurayk, Rita Giacaman. European Journal of Public Health (2011): 1-6.
"School-to-Work Program Participation and the Post-High School Employment of Young Adults with Disabilities." Shandra, Carrie, Dennis Hogan. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation 29 (2008): 1-14.
"Do Disabilities Hasten Ex-TANF Recipients Returns to Welfare?" Brandon, Peter D., Sandra Hofferth, and Dennis P. Hogan. Social Science Research 37 (2008): 530-543.
"Impediments to Mothers Leaving Welfare: The Role of Maternal and Child Disability." Peter D. Brandon and Dennis P. Hogan. Population Research and Policy Review 23 (2004): 419-436.
"What Happens after the High School Years among Young Persons with Disabilities?" Thomas Wells, Gary D. Sandefur, and Dennis P. Hogan. Social Forces 52(2) (2004): 803-832.
"The Proximate Determinants of the Decline to Below Replacement Fertility in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia." Amson Sibanda, Zewdu Woubalem, Dennis P. Hogan, and David P. Lindstrom. Studies in Family Planning 34 (2003).
"Developing Concise Measures of Childhood Activity Limitations." Thomas Wells and Dennis Hogan. Maternal and Child Health Journal 7(2) (2003): 115-126.
"Family Life with Children with Disabilities: The Key Role of Rehabilitation." Michelle L. Rogers and Dennis P. Hogan. Journal of Marriage and Family 65 (2003): 818-833.
Functional Disability and School Activity Limitations in 41,300 School-Age Children: Relationship to Medical Impairments. Michael E. Msall, Roger C. Avery, Michelle R. Tremont, Julie C. Lima, Michelle L. Rogers, Dennis P. Hogan. Pediatrics 111 (2003): 548-553.
"Success and Challenge in Demographic Studies of the Life Course." Dennis P. Hogan and Frances K. Goldscheider. Pp. 681-691 in Handbook of the Life Course, edited by Jeylan T. Mortimer and Michael J. Shanahan. New York: Kluwer/Plenum, 2003.
"The Impact of Famine, War, and Environmental Degradation on Infant and Early Child Mortality in Africa: The Case of Tigray, Ethiopia." Gebre-Egziabher Kiros and Dennis P. Hogan. Genus LVI(3-4) (2000): 145-178.
"Functional Limitations and Key Indicators of Well-Being in Children with Disability." Dennis P. Hogan, Michelle L. Rogers, Michael E. Msall. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine 154 (2000): 1042-1048.
"The Structure of Intergenerational Exchanges in American Families." Dennis P. Hogan, David J. Eggebeen and Clifford C. Clogg. American Journal of Sociology 98 (1993): 1428-1458.
"Race, Kin Networks, and Assistance to Mother-Headed Families." Dennis P. Hogan, Ling-xin Hao, and William L. Parish. Social Forces 68 (1990): 797-812.
"The Impact of Social Status, Family Structure, and Neighborhood on the Fertility of Black Adolescents." Dennis P. Hogan and Evelyn M. Kitagawa. American Journal of Sociology 90 (1985): 825-855.
"Cohort Comparisons in the Timing of Life Events." Developmental Review 4 (1984): 289-310.
Transitions and Social Change: The Early Lives of American Men. New York: Academic Press, 1981.
"The Transition to Adulthood as a Career Contingency." American Sociological Review 45 (1980): 261-76.
"The Variable Order of Events in the Life Course." American Sociological Review 43 (1978): 573-86.
Family, Political Economy, and Demographic Change: The Transformation of Life in Casalecchio, Italy, 1861-1921. David I. Kertzer and Dennis P. Hogan. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1989.
|1976||PhD||University of Wisconsin at Madison|
|1973||MS||University of Wisconsin at Madison|
|1972||BS||University of Iowa|
|Lindstrom, David||Professor of Sociology|
|Short, Susan||Professor of Sociology, Director of Population Studies|
1976-78 Research Associate (Assistant Professor), Department of Sociology and Assistant Director Community and Family Study Center, University of Chicago.
1978-82 Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Faculty Research Associate, Population Research Center, University of Chicago.
1982-83 Fellow, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, California.
1982-85 Associate Professor, Department of Sociology and Associate Director, Population Research Center, University of Chicago.
1985-87 Associate Professor (with tenure), Department of Sociology and Associate Director, Population Research Center, University of Chicago; and Faculty Associate, Chapin Hall Center for Children, NORC.
1987-95 Distinguished Professor of Sociology (1993-1995; Professor 1987-1993), and Director (1988-1995) Population Research Institute, Pennsylvania State University.
1995- 2014 Robert E. Turner Distinguished Professor of Population Studies (1996-) and Professor of Sociology (1995-); Director, Population Studies and Training Center (1995-2000); Chair, Department of Sociology (2000-2001, 2008-2011), Brown University.
2014 - Robert E. Turner Distinguished Professor (Emeritus) of Sociology and Population Studies; Professor (Research) of Population Studies