Thursday, May 1 / 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM   •   Grand Ballroom A

Poster Session 2:
Fertility and Family

  1. Teenage Motherhood, Child Survival and Child HealthSatyajeet Nanda, Indian Institute of Health Management (IIHMR) ; Faujdar Ram, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  2. Filipino Youth in Multigenerational HouseholdClarinda R Lusterio-Berja, University of the Philippines

  3. Geographical Fertility Cluster among Youth in the Main Urban Area of Costa RicaAndrea Collado, Universidad de Costa Rica

  4. Fertility Behaviour of Married Adolescents in BangladeshM Mazharul Islam, Dhaka University ; Mamunur Rashid, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research

  5. Adolescent Marriage in Pakistan: Process, Timing, and Consequences for GirlsJudith A. Diers, Population Council ; Zeba A. Sathar, Population Council

  6. The Effect of School Socio-Economic Status on Racial-Ethnic Differences in Adolescent Premarital Child Bearing: The Influence of PeersStacey Ruf, Arizona State University

  7. Determinants of Fertility Intentions among Married Couples in 35 CountriesStan Becker, Johns Hopkins University ; Agbessi Amouzou, Johns Hopkins University

  8. Women Who Delay Childbearing: Going beyond a Simple Demographic ProfileGladys M. Martinez, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ; Stephanie J. Willson, National Center for Health Statistics, CDC

  9. Delaying a Family: Determinants and Characteristics of Temporary Childlessness in the USWilliam Mosher, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ; Gladys M. Martinez, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  10. Strategising the Timing of First Birth in the Cultural Context of Netherlands and Karnataka in IndiaSarbani Banerjee, University of Groningen ; Frans Willekens, University of Groningen

  11. Changes in the Timing of Fertility in Spain: The Impact of Education and EmploymentAlicia Adsera, University of Illinois at Chicago

  12. Risks and Realities Associated with Early or Delayed Childbearing in New ZealandDurga S. Rauniyar, New Zealand Ministry of Health

  13. Do Fertility Preferences Influence Subsequent Fertility Behavior? Evidence from Northern GhanaCornelius Y. Debpuur, Navrongo Health Research Centre ; Ayaga A. Bawah, Navrongo Health Research Centre

  14. Some Regional Multi-Level Models for Wanted Fertility in IndiaLaxmi Kant Dwivedi, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) ; Faujdar Ram, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  15. Fertility Transition in Nepal: Level, Trends and DeterminantsTika R. Aryal, Banaras Hindu University ; K.N.S. Yadava, Banaras Hindu University ; Bhakti R. Aryal, Banaras Hindu University

  16. The Perverse Effect of Population Policies. A Case StudyCristina Bradatan, Pennsylvania State University

  17. Reproductive Polarisation in New ZealandA Dharmalingam, University of Waikato ; Ian Pool, University of Waikato ; Janet Sceats, Portal Consulting and Associates Ltd. ; Sandra Baxendine, University of Waikato

  18. Why the Peruvian Total Fertility Rate Did Not Change in the 1990s?Tania R. Vasquez, University of Texas at Austin

  19. Rethinking Brazilian Fertility DeclineAna Maria Goldani, University of California, Los Angeles

  20. The Fertility Transition in an Iranian District: A Comparison between Shiraz City and Its Surrounding VillagesAmandine Lebugle, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  21. Medium and High Fertility Regions in the Philippines: Issues and ExplanationsJosefina V. Cabigon, University of the Philippines

  22. Fertility Differentials by Ethnicity in Rural Tripura, IndiaPrasanta K. Majumdar, Indian Statistical Institute

  23. Surprising Sex Ratios in the South Caucasus: Son Preferences in the Former Soviet States of Armenia, Azerbaijan, and GeorgiaDennis J. Donahue, U.S. Census Bureau ; Jennifer L Fortado, U.S. Census Bureau

  24. Impact of Infant and Child Mortality on Fertility in Kenya. Evidence from 1998 Kenya Demographic Health Survey (1998 KDHS)Ezekiel N. Ngure, University of Nairobi

  25. Fertility Decline in Bangladesh: Evidence from the 1993-94, 1996-97 and 1999-2000 Bangladesh Demographic and Health Surveys (BDHS)Barkat-e- Khuda, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research ; Roy Nikhil, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research ; Nirod Ch. Saha, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research

  26. Women's Educational Attainment and Fertility Transition in Sub-Saharan AfricaDavid Shapiro, Pennsylvania State University ; Lisa Strunk, Pennsylvania State University ; Tesfayi Gebreselassie, Pennsylvania State University

  27. Economic Value of Children and Fertility Behaviour in an Agricultural SocietyRavendra K. Sharma, Delhi University Enclave ; Arvind Pandey, Indian Council of Medical Research

  28. Cultural Differences in Fertility in Kenya: Family Formation as a Case StudyMichele Steinmetz, Pennsylvania State University

  29. Gender Segregation and Union TransitionsLars Jarkko, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  30. Trends in Family Formation Patterns in Less Developed Countries: Estimates from Life Table ModelsMargaret M. Weden, Johns Hopkins University

  31. Maasai Marriage: Continuity and Change in Kenya and TanzaniaErnestina E. Coast, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

  32. Declining Marriage Rates in Japan: The Role of Marriage Market Composition and Spouse Pairing PreferencesJim Raymo, University of Wisconsin at Madison ; Miho Iwasawa, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

  33. Nuptiality Transition and Marriage Squeeze in Lebanon - Consequences of Sixteen Years of Civil WarPrem C. Saxena, American University of Beirut ; Andrzej Kulczycki, University of Alabama at Birmingham ; Rozzet Jurdi, American University of Beirut

  34. Race/Ethnic Differences in Marital Expectations of Adolescents: The Role of Romantic RelationshipsSarah R. Crissey, University of Texas at Austin

  35. Neighbors or Neighborhoods? Effects on Marriage Timing in NepalScott T. Yabiku, Arizona State University

  36. Migration and Marital Timing: How Does Leaving Home Affect Forming a Family?Aree Jampaklay, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  37. Marriage Patterns in Rural India: Influence of Socio-Cultural ContextShiva S. Halli, University of Manitoba

  38. Study of Age at First Marriage in Contemporary China: A Relative Distribution ApproachShige Song, University of California, Los Angeles

  39. Diffusion of Cohabitation between Young Men and Women in Italy: Gender and Generations matter?Paola Di Giulio, Università di Roma "La Sapienza" ; Alessandro Rosina, Università Cattolica

  40. Male and Female Fertility, How Different Can They Be?Paul Stupp, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ; Ramon Enamorado, Ashonplafa

  41. Fertility Differentials among First and Second Generations of CanadiansAlain P. Belanger, Statistics Canada ; Stephane Gilbert, Statistics Canada

  42. Estimates of the Fertility of the Population of Hispanic Origin: Age-Parity-Progression Patterns, 1980-1999Ward Kingkade, U.S. Census Bureau

  43. Did Divorces Decline After the Oklahoma City Bombing? A County-Level Analysis of Divorce Rates in Oklahoma, 1985-2000Paul A. Nakonezny, University of North Texas ; Joseph L. Rodgers, University of Oklahoma ; Rebecca Reddick, University of North Texas

  44. Two Spouses, One DivorceAmy Godecker, University of California, San Francisco

  45. Child Disability and Marital Stability: Evidence Using Matched Records from the 1993 NHIS and the 1995 NSFGCarrie E. Spearin, Brown University ; Jennifer M. Park, Brown University ; Maryhelen D'Ottavi, Brown University ; Fran Goldscheider, Brown University

  46. From Sex Preference of Children to Its Reality: Sex Ratio at Birth and Its Determinants in ChinaXiaochun Qiao, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  47. Intergenerational Effect on Marital QualityJianjun Ji, University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire

  48. The Next One Changed Everything!: Patterns and Problems in Marriage and Family after a Second ChildRebecca L. Upton, University of Michigan

  49. Consequences of the Transition to Remarriage for Psychological Well-Being: Toward an Explanation of Gender and Life Course VariationsKristi Williams, Ohio State University

  50. The Living Arrangements of Unmarried Mothers following the Birth of a ChildJean T. Knab, Princeton University

  51. Interracial Unmarried-Partner Households: How Do They Compare with Interracial Married-Couple Households in Census 2000?Tavia Simmons, U.S. Census Bureau ; Martin T. O'Connell, U.S. Census Bureau

  52. Leaving the Parental Home in Thailand: Evidence from the Family and Youth SurveyJittinee Juntarodjana, Mahidol University ; Arnstein Aassve, University of Leicester

  53. The Decision of Leaving Home in France and Italy: A Multilevel Hazard ModelStefano Mazzuco, Università di Padova

  54. Direct and Indirect Measures of Cohabitation in Census Bureau Data: Who's Just Sharing Rent?Jason Fields, U.S. Census Bureau ; Martin T. O'Connell, U.S. Census Bureau

  55. Spatial Dimensions of Family Types: Neighborhood Level Distributions of Married and Single-Parent Families in Metropolitan Areas, 1990-2000Audrey N. Beck, Duke University

  56. Of Marriages and Mortgages: Divergent Trends in Ownership and Partnership in Gävle, Sweden, 1975-1990Nathanael Lauster, Brown University ; Lars-Erik Borgegard, Uppsala University ; Urban Fransson, Uppsala University

  57. Family and Household Transformation in ChinaQiang Ren, Peking University ; Qiong Zhou, Peking University ; Lihua Pang, Peking University ; Leiwen Jiang, Peking University