Thursday, May 1 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

P1Reproductive Health and Family Planning

Thursday, May 1 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

1Global Changes in Population Aging
2The Demographic Impact of the HIV Epidemic
3Demographic Effects of Poverty
4Race, Ethnicity and the Family
5The Impact of Crises and Long-Term Malnutrition on Child Health
6Reproductive Health in Developing Countries
7Transition to Adulthood in Developing Countries
8Family, Work, and Time with Dependents
9Immigrants and the Labor Market
10Methodological Challenges and Advances in Fertility Research
11Longitudinal Relations between Aspects of Health and Disability
12Migration Consequences in Developing Countries
13Innovative Applications to Enhance the Use of Secondary Data
14Adolescent Sexual Risk-Taking
15Contraceptive Use Dynamics
16Communicating Results to Decision-Oriented Audiences: Practical Approaches and Lessons Learned

Thursday, May 1 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

17Residential Segregation
18Gender-Based Violence
19Social Forces Shaping Very Low Fertility
20Health Status and Mortality over the Life Course in Developing Countries
21Adolescent Fertility
22Family Structure and Outcomes for Children and Youth
23Values, Attitudes, and the Family in the United States
24Fertility, Reproductive Health, and Public Policy in Developed Countries
25The Influence of Social Institutions on Health: Family, Religion, and Community
26On the Verge of Retirement: Projecting Health and Economic Disparities of the Baby Boom Cohort
27Health and Mortality in the Former Soviet Union and Central Europe
28Confidentiality, Privacy and Ethical Issues
29Service and Social Influences on Contraceptive Practice
30Women and Migration
31Welfare Reform and Union Formation

Thursday, May 1 / 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

P2Fertility and Family

Thursday, May 1 / 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM

32Welfare Reform and Its Demographic Consequences
33Sexual Coercion and Reproductive Health Outcomes
34Reproduction, Contraception and HIV Protection
35Language, Poverty, and Living Arrangements of Children of Immigrants
36Human Impacts on the Environment
37Transitions from Adolescence to Adulthood
38Resource Allocation within and across Households and Generations
39Microsimulation Models and Techniques
40Data and Methods in Studies of Immigration
41Health Care Policy and Access to Health Care
42Family and Households in Developing Countries
43The Demography of Infectious Diseases
44Cultural Perspectives on Fertility
45Adolescent Sexual Activity and Contraceptive Use
46The Demography of Race and Ethnicity in the Twenty-First Century

Thursday, May 1 / 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

P3Work, Education, Welfare, Parenting and Children

Thursday, May 1 / 3:30 PM - 5:20 PM

47Immigrants and Labor Markets
48Men's Health Knowledge, Risks, and Behavior across the Life Cycle
49Demography of Income and Wealth Inequality
50Reproductive and Fertility Issues in Societies with Medium and High Fertility
51Identity, Racial Boundaries, and Patterns of Social and Self-Classification
52International Perspectives on Fatherhood
53Investments in Education, Demographic Processes, and Socioeconomic Development
54HIV/AIDS Prevention in Sub-Saharan Africa
55GIS and Spatial Models
56Inequality, Race and Housing
57Early Socioeconomic Status and Health: Intergenerational Transmission and Historical Effects
58Risk and Protective Factors for the Young
59Links between Gender Inequality and Socioeconomic Development
60Causes and Consequences of Divorce
61Emerging Global Patterns of Very Low Fertility
62Gender and the Demographic Agenda: Where Do We Go from Here?

Friday, May 2 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

P4Aging, Population Trends and Methods, Religion and Gender

Friday, May 2 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

63Migration, Urbanization and Development
64HIV/AIDS and Sexual Behavior
65Beyond the Basics: Estimating and Projecting Characteristics Other than Age, Sex, and Race
66Women's Changing Labor Force Participation
67Child Health and Education in Developing Countries
68Social and Economic Forces and the Transition to Motherhood
69Demography of Disability and Aging
70Fertility Transitions in Sub-Saharan Africa
71Cohabitation and Exchange
72Public Policy and the Family
73New Strategies in Demographic Measurement and Analysis
74Mortality Measurement
75Economic Demography of Health and Aging
76Age Patterns of Migration
77Statistical Demography
78Demographic Foundations of Evolution

Friday, May 2 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

79International Insights on Internal Migration and Population Redistribution
80Resource Allocation Within and Across Households and Generations II
81Gender and Sexuality
82Race, Ethnicity and the Niceties of Neighborhoods
83A Multidisciplinary Exchange on Causality in Demographic Research
84How Late Can You Wait? Fertility, Fecundity, and Aging
85Socioeconomic Status and Health among the Elderly in the U.S.
86Demographic and Health Impacts of Family Planning Services
87Father and Fathering: Paternal Investment on Children
88Public Policy and the Wellbeing of Children and Youth
89Abortion: Measurement, Motivations and Determinants
90Small Area Population Estimates and Projections
91Interracial Contact
92Population and Land Use
93Environmental Impacts on Population, Health, and Quality of Life
94Issues in the Use of Demographic Surveys to Define Population Genetics

Friday, May 2 / 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

P5Health and Mortality

Friday, May 2 / 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM

95Gender Differences in Determinants and Consequences of Migration
96Immigrant Labor Market Integration and Impact
97Maternal Mortality and Pregnancy Outcomes
98Gender, Livelihoods and Labor Markets
99Race and Identity in the 2000 Census
100Contraceptive Use and Effectiveness
101Gender and HIV/AIDS
102Retirement, Pensions and Health Insurance
103Mortality and Emerging Health Threats
105Innovations in Population and Household Forecasting
106Biodemography of Human Fertility
107Fertility Attitudes and Preferences II
108Income and Public Policies and Child Well-Being
109Population and Environment: New Approaches and Methodologies
110The Evidence for Declining Disability Rates among the Elderly

Friday, May 2 / 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

P6Migration, Urbanization, Race and Ethnicity

Friday, May 2 / 2:30 PM - 4:20 PM

111Immigrant Adaptation
112Health and Mortality Differences within the Hispanic Population
113Demography of Schooling and Educational Attainment
114Gender and Demographic Processes
115Family Relationships, Health and Mortality in Historical Perspective
116Why Networks Matter
117New Approaches to Family Planning Service Delivery and Research
118Spatial Variation in Sub-Saharan Africa's Fertility Transition
119Fertility Attitudes and Preferences
120Gender, Health and Mortality
121Father Involvement and Its Impact on Child Development
122Measurement and Methods in Asking Questions about Sex
123Investments in Education, Demographic Processes, and Socioeconomic Development II
124Measurement Issues in Aging Research: Self-Report, Biomarkers, ADLs/IADLs, Active Life Expectancy
125Inequality and Education in Developing Countries
126Family Relationships, Health, and Mortality

Saturday, May 3 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

127New Immigrant Destinations
128Women's Empowerment and Demographic Processes
129Economic Foundations of Marriage
130Values, Attitudes, and the Family in Europe and Asia
131Youth Employment and Unemployment
132Social and Economic Factors in Birth Spacing and Delay
133Excess Female Mortality and Morbidity
134High and Declining Fertility
135Demography and Public Policy
136Demographic Processes in Brazil- Recent Trends and Interpretations. Sponsored Jointly by Brazilian Population Association
137Households and Families in Transition
138Causes and Consequences of Adolescent Sexual Activity
139Early Life Conditions and Health/Mortality over the Life Course
140School Supply, School Quality and Educational Expansion
141Immigrant Adaptation in Europe and Australia

Saturday, May 3 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

142New Measurement Methods in Studies of Health and Aging
143Mathematical and Statistical Demography
144Race and Ethnic Differences in Educational Aspirations and Attainment
145Socioeconomic and Health Status among the Elderly: International Studies
146Demographic Research on Sexual Behaviors Related to HIV
147The American Community Survey: Current Status and Future Prospects
148Men’s Reproductive Behavior and Health
149Nonmarital Fertility
150Employment, Child Care and Welfare: Effects on Children
151Educational Outcomes of Children of Immigrants
152Gender and SES Considerations in Juggling Work and Family
153Less Explored Factors Underlying Child Health and Survival
154Demography of North American Aboriginal Populations. Sponsored Jointly by the Canadian Population Society
155Family Structure and Outcomes for Children and Youth II
156Gender, Power, and Reproduction

Saturday, May 3 / 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM

157Differential Mortality
158Intergenerational Exchanges and Aging
159Land Use and Migration
160Findings from U.S. Historical Censuses
161Economic Aspects of Population Growth and Aging in Different Contexts
162Population and Household Forecasting in Developing Countries
163Transitions Into and Out of Cohabitation
164Fertility Measurement and Models
165Reproductive Intentions, Perceptions, and Motivations
166Internal Migration of U.S. Immigrants
167Adult Sexuality, Sexual Behavior, and Sexual Health
168Child Care and Early Childhood Education
169The Role of Demographic Assumptions in Projecting the Financial Status of the Social Security Trust Fund: An Open Meeting with the Technical Panel on Assumptions and Methods