Session 97:
Confidentiality, Privacy, and Ethical Issues in Demographic Data

Friday, March 30
12:30 PM - 2:15 PM
Westside Salon 1
5th floor

Chair: Myron P. Gutmann, University of Michigan
Discussant: Sanders Korenman, Baruch College, City University of New York (CUNY)

  1. Consistency in the Reporting of Sexual Behavior: An Analysis of an Interview Mode Experiment in São Paulo, BrazilBarbara S. Mensch, Population Council; Paul C. Hewett, Population Council; Heidi Jones, Population Council; Carla Gianni Luppi, Irmandade Santa Casa de Misericordia de Sao Paulo; Sheri A. Lippman, University of California, Berkeley; Adriana Pinho, Centro de Estudos, Augusto Leopoldo Ayrosa Galv√£o (CEALAG); Juan Diaz, Population Council

  2. Research Power and Confidentiality Issues Associated with Combining Data SetsGeraldine P. Mineau, University of Utah; Jean E. Wylie, University of Utah

  3. Ethics in Demographic Survey Research: Is the Minimal Risk Approach Sufficient in the Indian Context?Mala Ramanathan, Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences and Technology; Sajitha OG, AMCHSS, SCTIMST

  4. Census Confidentiality under the Second War Powers Act (1942-1947)William Seltzer, Fordham University; Margo Anderson, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee

  5. Disclosure Risk of Contextual Data: The Role of Identified Geography, Spatial Scale, and Nesting of Information in Public-Use FilesKristine Witkowski, University of Michigan

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