health, family, children, adolescents, social demography, gender, migration, survey research
Choi, Kate and Rachel E. Goldberg. 2020. “The Social Significance of Interracial Cohabitation: Inferences Based on Fertility Behavior.” Demography 57: 1727-1751.
Goldberg, Rachel E., Marta Tienda, Michelle Eilers, and Sara S. McLanahan. 2019. “Adolescent Relationship Quality: Is there an Intergenerational Link?” Journal of Marriage and Family 81: 812-829.
Goldberg, Rachel E., Marta Tienda, and Dawn A. Koffman. 2019. “Using Bi-Weekly Mobile Diaries to Assess Adolescent Relationship Flux: Opportunities and Challenges.” Journal of Research on Adolescence 29: 646-661.
Modecki, Kathryn Lynn, Rachel E. Goldberg, Samuel E. Ehrenreich, Michael Russell, and Amy Bellmore. 2019. “The Practicalities and Perils of Ambulatory Assessment’s Promise: Introduction to a Special Section. Journal of Research on Adolescence 29: 542-550.
Ro, Annie, Rachel E. Goldberg, and Jennifer B. Kane. 2019. “Racial and Ethnic Patterning of Low Birth Weight, Normal Birth Weight, and Macrosomia.” Preventive Medicine 118: 196-204.
Turney, Kristin and Rachel E. Goldberg. 2019. “Paternal Incarceration and Early Sexual Onset among Adolescents.” Population Research and Policy Review 38: 95-123.
Choi, Kate and Rachel E. Goldberg. 2018. “Fertility Behavior of Interracial Couples.” Journal of Marriage and Family 80: 871-887.
Goldberg, Rachel E. 2018. “Understanding Generational Differences in Early Fertility: Proximate and Social Determinants.” Journal of Marriage and Family 80: 1225-1243.
Goldberg, Rachel E., Marta Tienda, and Alicia Adserá. 2017. “Age at Migration, Family Instability, and Timing of Sexual Onset.” Social Science Research 63: 292-307.
Goldberg, Rachel E. and Marta Tienda. 2017. “Adolescent Romantic Relationships in the Digital Age.” Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: 1-17.
Ro, Annie and Rachel E. Goldberg. 2017. “Post-Migration Employment Changes and Health: A Dyadic Spousal Analysis.” Social Science & Medicine 191: 202-211.
Snow, David and Rachel E. Goldberg. 2017. Homelessness in Orange County: The Costs to Our Community. Orange County, CA: United Way, Jamboree, and the University of California Irvine, pp. 1-71.
Goldberg, Rachel E. and Susan E. Short. 2016. “What Do We Know About Children Living with HIV-Infected or AIDS-Ill Adults in Sub-Saharan Africa? A Systematic Review of the Literature.” AIDS Care 28 (Suppl. 2): 130-141.
Short, Susan E. and Rachel E. Goldberg. 2015. “Children Living with HIV-Infected Adults: Estimates for 23 Countries in sub-Saharan Africa.” PLOS One 10.
Goldberg, Rachel E. 2013. “Family Instability and Early Initiation of Sexual Activity in Western Kenya.” Demography 50: 725-750.
Goldberg, Rachel E. 2013. “Family Instability and Pathways to Adulthood in Urban South Africa.” Population and Development Review 39: 231-256.
Xu, Hongwei, Blessing U. Mberu, Nancy Luke, and Rachel E. Goldberg. 2013. “Dimensions of Rural-to-Urban Migration and Premarital Pregnancy in Kenya.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 648: 104-119.
Goldberg, Rachel E. and Susan E. Short. 2012. “‘The Luggage That Isn’t Theirs is Too Heavy’: Understandings of Orphan Disadvantage in Lesotho.” Population Research and Policy Review 31: 67-83.
Luke, Nancy, Hongwei Xu, Blessing U. Mberu, and Rachel E. Goldberg. 2012. “Migration Experience and Premarital Sexual Initiation in Urban Kenya: An Event History Analysis.” Studies in Family Planning 43: 115–126.
Luke, Nancy, Rachel E. Goldberg, Blessing U. Mberu, and Eliya M. Zulu. 2011. “Social Exchange and Sexual Behavior in Young Women's Premarital Relationships in Kenya.” Journal of Marriage and Family 73: 1048-64.
Escandón, Ines, Hannah Searing, Rachel Goldberg, Rosemary Durán, and Javier Monterrey Arce. 2008. “The Use of PDAs to Collect Baseline Survey Data: Lessons Learned from a Pilot Project in Bolivia.” Global Public Health 3(1): 93-104.
Shannon, Caitlin S., Beverly Winikoff, Richard Hausknecht, Eric Schaff, Paul D. Blumenthal, Deborah Oyer, Heather Sankey, Jessica Wolff, and Rachel Goldberg. 2005. “Multicenter Trial of a Simplified Mifepristone Medical Abortion Regimen.” Obstetrics and Gynecology 105(2): 345-51.
2017 Jacobs Foundation Kids and Technology Idea Award. PI (Other PIs: Katherine Modecki, Michael Russell, Samuel Ehrenreich, Amy Bellmore). “Adolescents Nested in Time and Context: Special Issue on the Promises, Perils, and Practicalities of Ambulatory Assessment for Capturing Adolescents’ Development.” $2,000.
2017-2018 Center for Demographic and Social Analysis Small Grant, University of California Irvine. PI (Other PI: Naomi Sugie). “Digging into ‘Big Data:’ A Workshop on Analysis of Intensive Longitudinal Data in Social Science Research.” $5,371.
2017-2018 Dean’s Workshops and Reading Groups Series, University of California Irvine. PI (Other PI: Naomi Sugie). “Digging into ‘Big Data:’ A Workshop on Analysis of Intensive Longitudinal Data in Social Science Research.” $3,300.
2017-2018 Center for Demographic and Social Analysis Small Grant, University of California Irvine. PI (Other PIs: Annie Ro, Jennifer Buher Kane). “Social Correlates of Excess Birth Weight and its Association with Childhood Obesity.” $5,000.
2015-2016 United Way of Orange County. Co-PI (PI: David Snow). “Study of the Costs and Causes of Homelessness.” $65,000.
2014-2017 Princeton University Center for Health and Wellbeing U.S. Health Care and Health Policy Seed Grant. Co-PI (PI: Marta Tienda). “mDiary Study of Adolescent Relationships.” $200,000.
2013-2015 National Institutes of Health Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award for Individual Postdoctoral Fellows (F32). PI. “Nativity, Family, and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health and Behavior.” $101,404.
2013-2014 National Institutes of Health administrative supplement to Fragile Families and Child Wellbeing in Adolescence. Co-investigator (PI: Sara McLanahan). “Using Mobile Technology to Study Adolescent Sexual Relationships.” $65,000.
2020-2021 Society for Research on Child Development and Jacobs Foundation Development in the Digital Age Award. Co-PI (Other PIs: Katherine Modecki, Amy Orben). “Robustly Quantifying Parental Monitoring and Support in the Digital Age.” $6,000.
2018-2020 Jacobs Foundation Young Scholar Exchange and Research Collaboration Award. Co-PI (Other PIs: Katherine Modecki, Amy Orben, Pamela Wisniewski). “Robustly Quantifying Parental Monitoring and Support in the Digital Age.” $15,000.
Princeton University 2012—2015
Monitoring and Evaluation Associate
Gynuity Health Projects 2003—2004
Staff Assistant, Gender, Family, and Development
Population Council 1999—2002
Faculty Affiliate, Center for Demographic and Social Analysis