Session 28:
Intention and Behavior in Fertility and Reproductive Health

Thursday, March 29
10:30 AM - 12:15 PM
Broadhurst
5th floor

Chair: Jennifer S. Barber, University of Michigan
Discussant: Jennifer Johnson-Hanks, University of California, Berkeley

  1. The Path to Replacement Fertility in Egypt: Acceptance, Preference and AchievementLaila El-Zeini, American University in Cairo

  2. Risk Preferences and the Timing of Marriage and ChildbearingLucie Schmidt, Williams College

  3. "Stage of Change" Theory and the Practice of Female Genital Cutting: Research Findings from Senegal and the GambiaBettina Shell-Duncan, University of Washington; Ylva Hernlund, University of Washington

  4. Fertility in Times of Crisis: The Case of the AIDS EpidemicSara Yeatman, University of Texas at Austin

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