Thursday, April 15 / 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM   •   Marsalis A

Poster Session 2

  1. Health, Poverty and Indigenous Households: An Empirical Analysis of Self Rated Health In ChileDavid Ader, Pennsylvania State University

  2. Exploring Geographical Variations in Unmet Need for Contraception in Ghana by Means of Small Area EstimatesFiifi Amoako Johnson, University of Southampton ; Sabu S. Padmadas, University of Southampton ; James J. Brown, University of London

  3. What Does Explain the Heterogeneity in Early Family Trajectories? A Non-Parametric Approach for Sequence AnalysisNicola Barban, University of Padua

  4. Gender-Based Violence against Women in a Metropolitan Area of Brazil´s Capital: An Ecological ApproachLeides Barroso Azevedo Moura, Universidade de Brasília ; Ana Maria Nogales Vasconcelos, Universidade de Brasília

  5. Factors and Processes Shaping Contraceptive Choice in West Bengal, India: A Multilevel AnalysisSharmishtha Basu, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  6. Children at Home, Staying Alone? Paths Towards Repartnering for Men and WomenEva Beaujouan, University of Southampton

  7. The Influence of Labor Market Participation and Educational Attainment on the Transition to First Birth in Post-Communist EstoniaKatia Begall, University of Groningen

  8. My Choice: Female Contraceptive Use Autonomy in BangladeshNiels-Hugo Blunch, Washington and Lee University ; Maitreyi B. Das, World Bank Group

  9. Mortality and Migration in Rural and Urban Africa: An Analysis of Health and Demographic Surveillance SystemsPhilippe Bocquier, University of the Witwatersrand ; Mark Collinson, University of the Witwatersrand

  10. Barriers to Contraceptive Use and Medication Abortion in the Ga East District of Greater Accra, GhanaVirginia Bowen, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

  11. Illegal Immigrants in the US: Indirect Information on Labor Force Outcomes and CharacteristicsCristina Bradatan, Texas Tech University

  12. Role Overload: Preferences for Wife's Employment in JapanLarry Bumpass, University of Wisconsin at Madison ; Minja K. Choe, East-West Center ; Noriko Tsuya, Keio University ; Ronald R. Rindfuss, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and East-West Center

  13. The Inter-Generational Transmission of Cognitive Abilities and Early Childhood Development Outcomes in GuatemalaMaria C. Calderon, University of Pennsylvania ; John Hoddinott, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

  14. Entries and Exits in the Work Trajectory of Mexican Women of Two GenerationsNina Castro, El Colegio de México

  15. On Cohort Forecasts of First Marriage For U.S. WomenP. C. Roger Cheng, National Central University, Taiwan

  16. Historical Coverage Patterns of Blacks in the United States Census: An Application of Age-Period-Cohort AnalysisKatherine M. Condon, U.S. Census Bureau

  17. Proximate Determinants and Their Influences on Fertility Reduction in VietnamKailash Chandra Das, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) ; Kumudini Das, Pillai's College of Arts, Commerce and Science ; Nguyen Thi Ngoc Lan, Vietnam General Statistics

  18. Achieving the Millennium Development Goals in Africa: A Study of the Relationship between Domestic Violence and Negative Child HealthNicole De Wet, University of the Witwatersrand

  19. A Dynamic Model of Friendship Choice, Academic Achievement and RaceJennifer Flashman, University of Oxford

  20. Experiences of Women Receiving and Women Being Denied First and Second Trimester Abortions in the United StatesDiana G. Foster, University of California, San Francisco

  21. The Effect of Immigrant Generation Status and Sibling Structure on Educational Expectations among 12th Graders in U.S. High SchoolsHaruna M. Fukui, Arizona State University

  22. Nutritional Status, General Illness and Health-Seeking Behaviour among Married Young Women in Rural IndiaSudeshna Ghosh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) ; Subrata Lahiri, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  23. Migration and the Schooling of Left-Behind Children in ChinaLin Guo, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  24. Early Marriage and First Birth Interval in Ethiopia: Evidences from EDHS 2005Eshetu Gurmu, Addis Ababa University ; Dula Etana, Addis Ababa University

  25. Early Parenthood and Educational Trajectories: A Comparison of Men and WomenFrank Heiland, Baruch College, City University of New York (CUNY) ; Heinrich Hock, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc. ; William Thrasher, Florida State University

  26. How Politically Problematic are Liberal Abortion Policies for Countries With Pronatalist Fertility Policies?Dennis Hodgson, Fairfield University

  27. Ethnic Boundaries and Minority Earnings: The Effects of Neighborhood, Workplace, and IndustryFeng Hou, Statistics Canada

  28. Contraceptive Use in Cameroon: 1991-2004Samuel Kelodjoue, Université de Dschang ; Michelle Ngo Yon, Université de Yaoundé

  29. The Role of Father's Masculinity on Relationship TransitionsKristy Krivickas, Bowling Green State University

  30. Trends in the Health of Black and White Children Who Live With Parents or Grandparents, U.S. 1972-2008Patrick M. Krueger, University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center ; Luisa Franzini, University of Texas at Houston

  31. New Asian Destinations: A Comparative Study on Traditional Gateways and Emerging Immigrant DestinationsKenneth Kuk, Cornell University

  32. Siblings and Childhood Mental Health: Evidence for a Later-Born AdvantageDavid W. Lawson, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) ; Ruth Mace, University College London

  33. Own Children Fertility Estimates for the Pacific Islands: Methodology and ComparisonsMichael Levin, Harvard University

  34. The Mechanism of Client Satisfaction of Reproductive Health Service: From a Gender PerspectiveLiang Li, Xi'an Jiaotong University

  35. Does Self-Employment Increase the Economic Well-Being of Low-Skilled Workers?Magnus Lofstrom, Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC)

  36. Time Availability: The Effects of Employment Status and Work Shift Schedules on Husbands’ Housework SharingVincent Louis, Texas A&M University

  37. Social Policy and Childbearing Behaviour in Japan Since the 1960s. An Individual Level PerspectiveLi Ma, Demography Unit, Department of Sociology, Stockholm University

  38. Child Disability and Paternal Involvement: An Examination of Nonresidential Father-Child Engagement and Financial Support among Children with DisabilityMaryhelen D. MacInnes, Michigan State University ; Carrie E. Spearin, Brown University

  39. Maternal Health Status and Early Childbearing: A Test of the Weathering HypothesisSarah O. Meadows, RAND Corporation ; Megan Beckett, RAND Corporation ; Marc Elliott, RAND Corporation ; Christine Peterson, RAND Corporation

  40. Grandparents’ Help and Fertility DecisionsElena C. Meroni, Università di Padova ; Chiara Pronzato, Università Bocconi

  41. The Gendered Work Orientations of Working and Middle Class Cohabiting CouplesAmanda J. Miller, Ohio State University

  42. Gender, Race and the Transition to Retirement among the Baby BoomersStipica Mudrazija, University of Texas at Austin

  43. How Negative Is the Influence of Men on Contraceptive Use in Ghana?Mark Muenchrath, University of Chicago

  44. Type of Occupation and the Transition to Parenthood in SwedenSofi Ohlsson, Stockholm University

  45. The Role of International Migration in Projecting Racial and Ethnic Diversity in the U.S. PopulationJennifer M. Ortman, U.S. Census Bureau ; Christine E. Guarneri, Texas A&M University

  46. Immigrant and Domestic Minorities’ Racial Identities and College PerformanceJayanti Owens, Princeton University ; Scott M. Lynch, Princeton University

  47. Ponds, Priorities, and College Academic PerformanceJayanti Owens, Princeton University ; Thomas J. Espenshade, Princeton University

  48. Child Well-Being In Interethnic FamiliesJennifer Pearce-Morris, Pennsylvania State University ; Valarie King, Pennsylvania State University

  49. One Theory or Many Theories of Educational Stratification?: An Empirical AnalysisNikolas D. Pharris-Ciurej, University of Washington

  50. Construction of Model Life Tables for India: Using SRS Based Abridged Life TablesKrishna Murthy Ponnapalli, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  51. Indirect Health Consequences of War: Cardiovascular Disease MortalityDaniel H. Poole, University of Utah

  52. Factors Influencing Early Sexual Initiation, Lifetime Partners and Condom Use among Male College Youth in Pune IndiaRukmini Potdar, Livingstone College ; Kristin Mmari, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

  53. The New Wave of African Immigrants in the United StatesHolly E. Reed, Queens College, City University of New York (CUNY) ; Catherine S. Andrzejewski, Principia International ; Diana Strumbos, Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY)

  54. Coexistence of Obesity and Anemia in Older Mexican Adults: A Common Challenge among the PoorRafael Samper-Ternent, University of Texas Medical Branch ; Alejandra Michaels-Obregon, University of Texas Medical Branch

  55. The Effect of Paternal Incarceration on Material HardshipOfira Schwartz-Soicher, Columbia University ; Amanda B. Geller, Columbia University

  56. Single Males in China: Sensitivity of Projections to Changes in the Sex Ratio, Fertility, and the Age Composition of the Marriage Market.Ethan Sharygin Jennings, University of Pennsylvania

  57. Body Mass Index and Neighborhood Characteristics: Assessing Selection and Causation Mechanisms Using Mover-Stayer ModelsKen R. Smith, University of Utah ; Ikuho Yamada, University of Utah ; Barbara Brown, University of Utah ; Heidi Hanson, Huntsman Cancer Institute ; Cathleen Zick, University of Utah ; Jessie Fan, University of Utah

  58. The Impact of Fertility on Female Labor Supply in Brazil: Natural Experiments at Different Parity ProgressionsLaeticia Souza, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR) ; Eduardo L.G. Rios-Neto, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR) ; Bernardo L. Queiroz, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR)

  59. Wealth Patterns and Self-Rated Health among Elderly: A Case Study of the Kanchanaburi Demographic Surveillance System, ThailandMalee Sunpuwan, Mahidol University

  60. Health Perception and Reporting among the Vietnamese Elderly: Implications for Understanding Gender Differences in Old-Age Health OutcomesBussarawan Teerawichitchainan, Singapore Management University

  61. Labor Force Participation and the Decision to Work Full Time: A Focus on the Female African ImmigrantRebbeca Tesfai, University of Pennsylvania

  62. The Use of Capture-Recapture Method for Evaluating the Completeness of Burial Surveillance in Addis AbabaBiruk T. Tessema, Addis Ababa Mortality Surveillance Program ; Tekebash Araya, Addis Ababa University ; Tolcha Kebebew, Addis Ababa University

  63. Trends and Correlates of Low Birth Weights in Selected States of India: An Analysis of NFHS DataChaitra Todur, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  64. The Relative Influence of Contraception, Abortion, and Postpartum Infecundability on Fertility Trends in 22 Sub-Saharan African Countries: 1986 and 2007Amy Tsui, Johns Hopkins University ; Supriya Madhavan, Johns Hopkins University ; Ye-Mon Myint, Johns Hopkins University

  65. Racial Segregation in Muslim Congregations: Evidence from 11 Metropolitan Areas Across the United StatesCatherine D. Tucker, Pennsylvania State University

  66. Sibling Configuration and the Transition to First Marriage in JapanSuzumi Yasutake, Johns Hopkins University

  67. Polygamous Marriages in IndiaVaidehi Yelamanchili, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) ; Sulabha Parasuraman, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  68. Early Childhood Residential Instability and School Readiness: Evidence from the Fragile Families and Child Well-Being StudyKathleen M. Ziol-Guest, Statistics Norway ; Claire C. McKenna, Institute for Children and Poverty