Poster Session 5

Friday, April 16
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

  1. Family Instability and Weight Gain among Elementary StudentsClaire Altman, Pennsylvania State University

  2. Gender Differences in Adult Mortality in CameroonMartin Bangha, University of Pennsylvania

  3. “We Don’t Talk About These Things”: Reproductive Health and Sexuality of Young People in EgyptGhada Barsoum, Population Council; Shereen El Feki, American University in Cairo

  4. Racial and Ethnic Variation in Parental Home Involvement: A Look at the Affect of School Characteristics on Home Literacy InvolvementLittisha A. Bates, University of Cincinnati

  5. Timing and Sequencing of Events Marking the Transition to Adulthood in Two Informal Settlements in Nairobi, KenyaDonatien Beguy, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Alex C. Ezeh, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)

  6. Does Literacy Predict Self-Rated Health and Chronic Illness in Midlife?Ian Bennett, Department of Family Medicine and Community Health; Laryssa Mykyta, University of Pennsylvania

  7. Explaining Low Mortality among U.S. Immigrants Relative to Native-Born Americans: The Role of SmokingLaura Blue, Princeton University; Andrew Fenelon, University of Pennsylvania

  8. Estimating Standard Errors for International Census Data Samples: Cases from IPUMS-InternationalLara Cleveland, University of Minnesota; Michael Davern, University of Minnesota

  9. Macro-Level Influences of Income on Individual Mortality Risk: An HLM AnalysisLynne Cossman, Mississippi State University; Wesley James, Mississippi State University

  10. Living Arrangements and Elderly Depression: Kanchanaburi DSS,Thailand.Niphon Darawuttimaprakorn, Mahidol University; Sureeporn Punpuing, Mahidol University

  11. Socio-Economic Status Triggers Mortality Differences by Marital Status and Living ArrangementSven Drefahl, Stockholm University

  12. Impact of Maternal Nutritional Status on Lactational Amenorrhea in India: A Regional AnalysisLaxmi Kant Dwivedi, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS)

  13. Disability, Work, and Commuting in the U.S.: 2005-2007Alison Fields, U.S. Census Bureau; Melissa Chiu, U.S. Census Bureau

  14. Filling Gaps and Adjusting Discontinuities: Transition to ICD-10 Revision in PolandAgnieszka Fihel, University of Warsaw

  15. Cutting the Costs of Attrition: Results from the Indonesia Family Life SurveyElizabeth Frankenberg, Duke University; Bondan Sikoki, SurveyMETER; John Strauss, University of Southern California; Cecep S. Sumantri, SurveyMETER; Wayan Suriastini, SurveyMETER; Firman Witoelar, World Bank Group; Duncan Thomas, Duke University

  16. The Effect of Early Marriage on Women’s Sexual Autonomy within Marital Relationships in Asia: Evidence from India, Indonesia, Nepal and PhilippinesHongyun Fu, Tulane University

  17. The Impact of Public Expenditure on Child Malnutrition in Peru: Are Exclusion Mechanisms at Work?Gissele Gajate Garrido, University of California, Los Angeles

  18. Assortative Mating in Russia, 1993 and 2007: Forms, Changes, and Implications for InequalityTheodore P. Gerber, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  19. Health Insurance Coverage among Children of Immigrants: Does Mother’s Region of Origin Matter?Kaylin Greene, Pennsylvania State University

  20. Non-Mormon Fertility in Utah: Evaluating Theories about Exposure to the Influence of the Mormon Majority’s FertilityConrad Hackett, University of Texas at Austin

  21. The Rhetoric and Reality of Protestant Fertility in the United StatesConrad Hackett, University of Texas at Austin

  22. Health Disparities from Adolescence into Young Adulthood: Add Health Wave IVKathleen Mullan Harris, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Eric A. Whitsel, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  23. Women’s Autonomy and Reproductive Behavior in BangladeshM. Mozaffar Hosain, Jagannath University

  24. Why Don't Grandparents Claim Responsibility for Grandchildren in Skipped Generation Households?Radheeka Jayasundera, University of Southern California; Lynne M. Casper, University of Southern California; Timothy J. Biblarz, University of Southern California

  25. Do School-Level Factors Influence Adolescents’ Partner Choice?Yang Jiang, University of Michigan

  26. Remittances and the Transnational Family in South-East AsiaLucy Jordan, University of St Andrews

  27. HIV/AIDS among Adolescents in Urban Informal Settlements in Kenya: What Predicts the Likelihood of HIV Testing?Caroline Kabiru, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Joanna Crichton, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)

  28. Effects of State Physical Education-Related Policies on Children’s Physical Activity and ObesityJinsook Kim, Northern Illinois University

  29. Differences in Income Sources of the Elderly in East and West Germany: Evidence from NTAFanny Kluge, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  30. Parenthood and Changing Gender Role Attitudes in SwedenSandra Krapf, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  31. Children's Coresidence with Half SiblingsRose M. Kreider, U.S. Census Bureau; Jason Fields, U.S. Census Bureau

  32. Divorce and Women’s Risk of Health Insurance LossBridget J. Lavelle, University of Michigan; Pamela J. Smock, University of Michigan

  33. Pregnancy, Postpartum and Time Use: How Does the Lifecycle Affect Women's Time Use in Developing Countries?I-Heng Lee, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Amber Peterman, International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI); Tia Palermo, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR); Shu Wen Ng, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  34. Religion, Human Capital Investments and the Family in the United StatesEvelyn Lehrer, University of Illinois at Chicago

  35. The Urban (Dis)Advantage: Slums, School and Children’s WorkValerie Lewis, Harvard University

  36. Contrasting U.S. Immigration Flows: Skilled and UnskilledJohn F. Long, USA Demography

  37. Gender Imbalance and Consequences for Marriage Market in China. A Geographic Family Planning Policy AnalysisYang Lu, Centre Francais sur la Population et le Developpement (CEPED)

  38. Early Childhood Paternal Absence and Later Childhood Behavior Problems: Evidence from the 1979 NLSY Mother and Child DataJamie L. Lynch, Ohio State University; Frank Mott, Ohio State University

  39. How is Social Time Distributed Over the Age Pyramid? Demographic Baseline Models of Daily Social Interaction in Personal NetworksChristopher S. Marcum, University of California, Irvine

  40. Traditional Churches and White Women’s Pathways Through Early Adulthood Amidst the Second Demographic Transition in the U.S.: Demographic Behavior and Religious Influence.Emory Morrison, Mississippi State University

  41. Constructing New Demographic Dataset for Foreigners in Italy: Record linkage on Administrative SourcesEleonora Mussino, Università di Roma ; Claudia Iaccarino, Instituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT); Sabrina Prati, Instituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT); Salvatore Strozza, University of Naples Federico II

  42. Children of Immigrants in Lower Secondary Education: Reasons and Consequences of School RetardationEleonora Mussino, Università di Roma ; Salvatore Strozza, University of Naples Federico II

  43. Temporal and Regional Changes in the Role of Empowerment of Women on her Reproductive Choices in IndiaSamba Siva Rao Pasupuleti, Indian Statistical Institute; Prasanta Pathak, Indian Statistical Institute

  44. Pathways from Parental Education to Adult Trajectories of Depressive SymptomsAmélie Quesnel-Vallée, McGill University; Miles G. Taylor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Alison Park, McGill University

  45. The Racial Distribution of Adoptive Placements: What is the Role of Family Structure?Elizabeth Raleigh, University of Pennsylvania

  46. Early Family Formation: An Important Impediment to College Completion?Kelly Raley, University of Texas at Austin; Yujin Kim, University of Texas at Austin

  47. Is it Ramps, Recommendations, or Something Else? Disability and Access to Pap Smears Among U.S. WomenJulia A. Rivera Drew, Brown University; Susan E. Short, Brown University

  48. Gender and Intra-household Organization for the Care of the Disabled in MexicoEstela Rivero Fuentes, El Colegio de México

  49. Dynamics of Family Building Process in the Context of Fertility Decline: A Study on a Poor State of IndiaHarihar Sahoo, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  50. Labor Force and Income Estimates for Selected Age and Sex Groups, 2007 - 2034Philip S. Salisbury, Economic and Population Trends, Inc.

  51. Determinants of Mortality – Findings of the Study of Health in Pomerania (SHIP)Thomas Salzmann, Rostock University

  52. Indian Fathers - Then and Now: Comparing and Contrasting Father’s Roles across Two Generations and Its Impact on Paternal InvolvementAnjula Saraff, Stanford University

  53. Does Non-ANC Influence Complications While Delivery among Women in Slums in Greater MumbaiVijay M. Sarode, Mulund College of Commerce

  54. Differences in Young Women’s First Sexual Experience by Disability StatusCarrie L. Shandra, Hofstra University; Dennis Hogan, Brown University; Afra R. Chowdhury, PhD, Brown University

  55. Increase of Urban-Rural Disparities in Child Health in Peru between 1991 and 2000Heeju Shin, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee; Myungho Paik, Northwestern University

  56. The Internally Displaced Population in Colombia: A Preliminary CharacterizationCarolina Silva, Professor Universidad Militar - PhD Student El Colegio de México

  57. Imbalanced Sex Ratios and Men's Sexual Behavior in ChinaScott J. South, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY); Katherine Trent, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  58. Segregation: A Comparison of Racial and Economic Segregation between Metro and Nonmetro CountiesP. Johnelle Sparks, University of Texas at San Antonio; Corey S. Sparks, University of Texas at San Antonio; Joey Campbell, University of Texas at San Antonio

  59. Early Work Experiences and Family Formation BehaviorsJeremy Staff, Pennsylvania State University; Matt VanEseltine, Pennsylvania State University; April Woolnough, Pennsylvania State University; Eric Silver, Pennsylvania State University; Lori A. Burrington, Pennsylvania State University

  60. Family Structure, Family Dinners, and Adolescent Well-BeingSusan D. Stewart, Iowa State University

  61. Marriage and Health in Japan and the United StatesEmi Tamaki, University of Washington

  62. Women’s Lifetime Experiences with Induced Abortion in Turkey and Its Relationship to Contraceptive Use and Women’s EmpowermentOzge Tuncalp, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

  63. The Marital Desires of Young AdultsJeremy E. Uecker, University of Texas at Austin

  64. Racial/Ethnic Residential Segregation and Perceived Discrimination: A Multilevel Investigation of Individual- and Institutional-Level Discrimination among U.S. - and Foreign-Born BlacksKellee White, Harvard School of Public Health; David Williams, Harvard School of Public Health

  65. A New Look at Neighborhood-Level Informal Social Control: Solving Social Dilemmas of Achieving Public OrderShaohua Yu, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  66. A Critical Analysis on the Exploitation of Asian Migrant Women WorkersRizwana Barrister Yusuf, Institute of Hazrat Mohammad (SAW); Ahmad Maqsood, Institute of Hazrat Mohammad (SAW)

  67. Health Insecurity and Health Opportunity as Explanations if Trends in U.S. Gender-Specific Self-Reported Health Disparities, 1984-2007Hui Zheng, Duke University