Thursday, May 1 / 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM   •   Grand Ballroom A

Poster Session 3:
Work, Education, Welfare, Parenting and Children

  1. The Demographic, Socioeconomic and Cultural Determinants of Child Fostering in Burkina FasoYounoussi Zourkaleini, University of Ouagadougou and Université de Montréal

  2. Parental Survival and Living Arrangements of Children in MalawiHenry V. Doctor, University of Pennsylvania

  3. Demographic Effects of Poverty: Findings from the Participatory Poverty Assessment of ThailandSirirat Taneerananon, Prince of Songkla University

  4. The Role of Grandmothers in Low-Income Hispanic FamiliesPaula Fomby, Johns Hopkins University

  5. Children's Access to Coresident Grandparenting in Contemporary Pacific Societies and Its Impact on Educational AttainmentSela Panapasa, University of Michigan ; Timoci Bainimarama, Fiji Islands Bureau of Statistics ; Vasemaca Lewai, Fiji Islands Bureau of Statistics

  6. Sons and Daughters: Father’s Involvement and Marital StabilityMichael S. Pollard, Duke University

  7. Quality of Family Welfare Services in Four Selected States of India: From Exit Eligible Women's PerpsectiveDibya Mahanta, Utkal University

  8. Social Connections of Adolescents in Single Father FamiliesSusan Jekielek, Child Trends ; Brett Brown, Child Trends ; Berkeley Smith, Child Trends

  9. The American Community Survey: A Tool for Describing the Family and Household Experiences of Children and Adolescents with DisabilitiesRobin T. Levine, U.S. Census Bureau

  10. The Economic Wellbeing of Multi-Generational Households with Children: Measurement Issues and Policy ImplicationsPamela Davidson, University of Wisconsin at Madison ; Nancy Folbre, University of Massachusetts ; Tamara Ohler, University of Massachusetts

  11. What about the Children? Indicators from Census Supplementary Surveys Related to PRWORA and TANF Evaluation Measures: 2000-2001Jane L. Dye, U.S. Census Bureau ; Robin T. Levine, U.S. Census Bureau

  12. Impact of Family, School and Classroom Factors on Children's AchievementAnnie Georges, Columbia University

  13. Self-Control and Contextual Influences: The Roles of Familial and Kindergarten ExperiencesChristine P. Li-Grining, Northwestern University

  14. Changes in the Lives of U.S. Children: 1990-2000Kristin Smith, U.S. Census Bureau ; Robert Kominski, U.S. Census Bureau ; Julia V. Overturf, U.S. Census Bureau

  15. Assessing Gilligan versus Sommers: Gender-Specific Trends in Child and Youth Well-Being in the United States, 1985 - 1999Sarah Meadows, Duke University ; Vicki Lamb, Duke University

  16. School Readiness Skills of Biracial Children: Findings from the ECLS-KNicholas Zill, Westat, Inc.

  17. A Sociodemographic Risk Index?Kristin Moore, Child Trends ; Sharon Vandivere, Child Trends ; Zakia Redd, Child Trends

  18. The Role of Mothers' Preferences in Children's Schooling Outcomes: Allocations under Varied Household StructuresJoyce J. Chen, Harvard University

  19. Educational Support and Children’s Living Arrangements over the Life CourseSangeetha Madhavan, University of the Witwatersrand

  20. Assessing the Links between Emotional and Behavioral School Engagement and Academic Performance among High School AdolescentsFrank Avenilla, Pennsylvania State University

  21. Protecting Youth: Countering Risk Behaviour with Universal Protective FactorsManirul I. Khan, Mahidol University ; Khurshid K. Talukder, Institute of Child and Mother Health ; Sabina Faiz Rashid, BRAC ; AMR Mushtaque Chowdhury, BRAC ; Shamim H. Talukder, Institute of Child and Mother Health

  22. Improving the Prediction of Risk Behaviors of Filipino Adolescents: Beyond Demographic, Socioeconomic and Family Structure FactorsCorazon M. Raymundo, University of the Philippines

  23. Explaining Patterns of Adolescent Drug Use and Sexual Behaviors: The Role of Ethnicity, Nativity, and ContextJon Hussey, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Denise Hallfors, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation ; Hyunsan Cho, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation ; Bonita Iritani, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation ; Martha Waller, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  24. Racial/Ethnic Differences in the Relationship between Parenting Style and Sexual Risk-Taking among AdolescentsAnne K. Driscoll, University of California, Davis ; Stephen T. Russell, University of California, Davis ; Lisa J. Crockett, University of Nebraska at Lincoln ; Brandy A. Randall, North Dakota State University

  25. Parenting Patterns and Adolescents' Avoidance of Risky BehaviorsSharon Vandivere, Child Trends

  26. Family Influences on the Risk Behaviors of Filipino AdolescentsGrace T. Cruz, University of the Philippines

  27. Adolescent Behavior and Family RelationshipsJulia V. Overturf, U.S. Census Bureau ; Barbara Downs, U.S. Census Bureau

  28. Parent and Youth Perceptions of Vulnerability: Does Correspondence Affect Behavior?John Schneider, University of Chicago

  29. School Dropout, Adolescent Work and Mother's Work in Developing Countries: The Mexican CaseSilvia Elena Giorguli Saucedo, El Colegio de México

  30. Bilingual Education and Poverty Alleviation: Evidence from Indigenous Children in MexicoSusan Parker, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE) ; Graciela M. Teruel, Universidad Iberoamericana

  31. Poverty in Mexico, 1990-2020James Pick, University of Redlands ; Maria-Antonieta Rebeil, Universidad Iberoamericana

  32. The Role of Information in Postsecondary Enrollment OutcomesEric Grodsky, University of California, Davis ; Stefanie DeLuca, Johns Hopkins University

  33. The Effect of Grade Repetition on Returns to Schooling in BrazilChristopher E. Dunn, University of Michigan

  34. Positive Outcomes from Poor Starts: Predictors of Dropping Back InChristopher Jepsen, Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) ; Laura Hill, Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) ; Deborah S. Reed, Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC)

  35. Are Public Basic Education Mexican Teachers Negatively Selected?Liliana Meza, Universidad Iberoamericana ; Carla Pederzini, Universidad Iberoamericana

  36. The Role of Religiosity in Educational Attainment: The Case of Fundamentalist Protestants in the United StatesEvelyn Lehrer, University of Illinois at Chicago

  37. Access to Education: Implications of Alternative Measures of Access Derived from Quantitative and Qualitative DataMarya R. Sosulski, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  38. Gender Differentials in Education in IndiaSonya Rastogi, University of Maryland

  39. Poverty or Ethnicity? Differences in Schooling of Rural Youths in Yucatan PeninsulaCecilia A. Rabell, Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico ; Marta Mier-y-Teran, Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico

  40. The Earnings Gap by Occupation and Educational Attainment: Findings from Census 2000Jennifer Cheeseman Day, U.S. Census Bureau ; Nikki L. Graf, U.S. Census Bureau ; Kurt J. Bauman, U.S. Census Bureau

  41. Racial Wage Inequality: Job Composition Effects across U.S. Labor MarketsPhilip N. Cohen, University of California, Irvine ; Matt Huffman, University of California, Irvine

  42. Gender Differences in Becoming Self-Employed in Taiwan and KoreaFengbin Chang, University of Chicago

  43. Trends in Women’s Self-Employment Participation, 1940-1990Michelle Budig, University of Massachusetts

  44. Occupational Sex-Typing and Employment Transitions among Women and MenHyunjoo Min, Cornell University ; Marin Clarkberg, Cornell University

  45. Migration Histories and Occupational AchievementClara H. Mulder, University of Amsterdam ; Maarten van Ham, University of Amsterdam

  46. On Race and U.S. Labor Force GrowthQuincy Stewart, Indiana University

  47. The Enlistment, Enrollment and Employment Decisions of Youth: 1973-2001Meredith A. Kleykamp, Princeton University

  48. Determinants of Female Work Participation in IndiaJalandhar Pradhan, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  49. Institutionalizing Women's Employment: Understanding Cross-National Variation in Women's WorkBecky Pettit, University of Washington ; Jennifer L. Hook, University of Washington

  50. Patterns and Predictors of Women's Employment during Early Parenthood: An Application of the Group-Based Trajectory MethodKathryn Hynes, Cornell University

  51. The Impact of Female Headship on Working Daughters' Occupational Attainment: A Re-Examination of the Disadvantage HypothesisLeanna M. Mellott, Ohio State University ; Sharon Sassler, Ohio State University

  52. Effects of Spatial Segregation and Local Labor Markets on the Income and Employment Status of Black and White South AfricansTroy A. Powell, Duke University

  53. A Dynamic Analysis of Unemployment and Household Economic Well-Being in KoreaDavid C. Ribar, George Washington University ; Sung Un Kim, George Washington University ; Maria Laura Di Tommaso, University of Turin

  54. Parenting across State Lines: Effect of the Uniform Interstate Family Support ActYunhee Chang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ; Andrea H. Beller, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  55. Child Support Enforcement and Unmmarried Fathers’ Participation in the Underground EconomyLauren Rich, University of Chicago ; Qin Gao, Columbia University

  56. Do Welfare Sanctions Work? Measuring the Impacts of Sanctions on Economic Well-Being of Sanctioned TANF RecipientsChi-Fang Wu, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  57. The Effect of Work Transitions on Depression among Current and Former Welfare RecipientsLisa M. Altenbernd, Northwestern University ; Dan A. Lewis, Northwestern University

  58. Work Schedule Problems and Parenting Stress among Unmarried Welfare Mothers with Very Young ChildrenEunjeong Kim, University of Texas at Austin ; Yolanda C. Padilla, University of Texas at Austin ; Seung-Eun Song, University of Texas at Austin