Poster Session 5

Friday, March 30
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

  1. Exploratory Study of the New Migration Stream from the Former Soviet Union to IrelandSofya Aptekar, Princeton University

  2. Labor Adaptation of the Internally Displaced PopulationMaria Aysa, Florida International University

  3. Refugee Transition to Legal Permanent Resident Status: Characteristics and TimingKelly J. Jefferys, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS); John F. Simanski, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

  4. Dynamics of Internal Migration Determinants for American Jews, 1985-1990 and 1995-2000Uzi Rebhun, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Sidney Goldstein, Brown University

  5. International Migration, Regional Variation, and Human Capital Formation in MexicoFernando Riosmena, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  6. Urbanization in India and China: Interpreting the UN ProjectionsSergei Scherbov, Vienna Institute of Demography

  7. Household Versus Neighborhood Socio-Economic Status and Their Effects on Adolescent Health in Urban Johannesburg and Soweto: What Can Neighborhood Members Tell Us?Zoe A. Sheppard, Loughborough University; Paula Griffiths, Loughborough University; Shane Norris, University of the Witwatersrand; John M. Pettifor, University of the Witwatersrand and Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital; Noel Cameron, Loughborough University

  8. The Heritability of Psychological ResiliencyJason D. Boardman, University of Colorado at Boulder; Casey Blalock, University of Colorado at Boulder

  9. Dried Blood Spot Collection and Elution Procedures for Measurement of Retinol Binding Protein: A Biomarker of Vitamin A Status for Field ResearchEleanor Brindle, University of Washington; Masako Fujita, University of Washington; Dean Garrett, Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH); Jonathan Gorstein, University of Washington; Bettina Shell-Duncan, University of Washington; Kathleen A. O'Connor, University of Washington

  10. Access to Antenatal Care Services in Public and Private Sectors and Service Utilization in VietnamMai Do, Tulane University

  11. The Role of Public-Private Partnerships in Addressing Public Health in Post-Conflict Situations: A Case Study from the Democratic Republic of CongoJessica L.W. Flannery, Emory University

  12. SES, Stress, Biomarkers, and TaiwanOmer Gersten, University of California, Berkeley; Tom Boyce, University of British Columbia; Paola Timiras, University of California, Berkeley

  13. Prevalence of Contraindications to Oral Contraceptives and Efficacy of a Self-Screening Instrument in a Predominantly Hispanic SampleDaniel Grossman, Ibis Reproductive Health; Leticia E. Fernandez, University of Texas at El Paso; Kristine Hopkins, University of Texas at Austin; Jon Amastae, University of Texas at El Paso; Kari White, University of Texas at Austin; Sandra G. Garcia, Population Council

  14. Centenarians in the United States: Information from Census 2000Karen Humes, U.S. Census Bureau; Victoria Velkoff, U.S. Census Bureau

  15. Quality of Maternal Health Care and Its Impact on Utilization of Services in India: An AssessmentRam Manohar Mishra, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  16. Fatal Lockup: An Examination of Prison and Parole Mortality in United States’ State Correctional SystemEvelyn J. Patterson, University of Pennsylvania

  17. Social Disparities in Overweight and Obesity among Nearly Elderly and Elderly People in TaiwanZhihong Sa, University of Maryland; Ulla M. Larsen, University of Maryland

  18. Where Weight Waxes and Wanes: Spatial Variation in Adult Body Mass IndexKen R. Smith, University of Utah; Barbara Brown, University of Utah; Jessie Fan, University of Utah; Cathleen Zick, University of Utah; Miller Harvey, University of Utah

  19. Health and Mortality: A Longitudinal Analysis of the ECHP DataDaniele Spizzichino, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"

  20. Religious Teachings and Influences on the ABCs of HIV PreventionJenny Trinitapoli, University of Texas at Austin

  21. Immigrant Children and Overweight: Could Maternal Employment Be a Contributing Factor?Elizabeth H. Baker, Bowling Green State University; Kelly Balistreri, Bowling Green State University

  22. Do Household Economic Shocks Influence Sexual Behavior Choices? Evidence from the Cape Area Panel StudyTaryn Dinkelman, University of Michigan; Murray Leibbrandt, University of Cape Town

  23. All for One and One for All? Women’s Relative Power and Maternal-Child Health in HaitiJennifer Toller Erausquin, University of California, Los Angeles

  24. Contestation and Compliance: Adolescent Girls’ Attitudes toward Domestic Violence in GhanaAshley E. Frost, Pennsylvania State University

  25. The Influence of Socioeconomic Disadvantage and Low Birth Weight on Child Academic AchievementBridget J. Goosby, University of Michigan; Jacob E. Cheadle, University of Michigan

  26. The Multiple Contexts of Food Insecurity: Evaluating the Impact on Child Energy BalanceLori Kowaleski-Jones, University of Utah

  27. Physical Dating Victimization among Female College Students in Chile: Prevalence and Risk FactorsJocelyn Lehrer, University of California, San Francisco; Vivian Lehrer, Urban Justice Center; Evelyn Lehrer, University of Illinois at Chicago; Zhenxiang Zhao, University of Illinois at Chicago

  28. Sexual Coercion from Male Adolescent Perspectives: Evidences from a Qualitative Study in Buenos AiresHernan M. Manzelli, University of Texas at Austin

  29. Preschool Child Care Arrangements in ChinaYi Pan, University of California, Los Angeles

  30. Neighborhood Stress Effects on Changes in Adolescent Mental HealthKaren A. Snedker, Seattle Pacific University; Jerald Herting, University of Washington; Emily C. Walton, University of Washington

  31. Paternal Childcare in the Early Years in the U.K.: Determinants and Consequences for the School Readiness of Girls and BoysElizabeth Washbrook, University of Bristol

  32. Does School Education Reduce Childhood Obesity?Ning Zhang, Cornell University

  33. Redevelopment and Integration in the Rust BeltMichael Bader, University of Michigan

  34. Continuity and Change of the Transition from School to Work of Russian Men and Women, 1966 to 2005Christoph Buehler, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Dirk Konietzka, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  35. Graduation Rates by Type of First College AttendedAnne K. Driscoll, University of California, Davis

  36. Missed Days from Work and Opportunity Costs for Obtaining an Abortion among Cambodian Women: A Case StudyRukmini Potdar, Ipas; Tamara Fetters, Ipas

  37. When Home Becomes Work: Measuring Home-Based Work Measures in the 2004 ATUS and the May 2004 CPS Work Schedules SupplementSara Raley, University of Maryland; Vanessa Wight, University of Maryland

  38. The Impact of Work Characteristics on Fertility IntentionsKarina M. Shreffler, Pennsylvania State University

  39. Academic Outcomes of Youth in “Non-Traditional" Two-Parent Families: The Effects of Immigrant StatusKathryn H. Tillman, Florida State University; Ursula Keller, Florida State University

  40. The Hazards of Transforming Infant Mortality with Logs: The General Pattern of 20th Century Infant Mortality Decline in 22 CountriesDavid Bishai, Johns Hopkins University; Marjorie Opuni-Akuamoa, Johns Hopkins University

  41. Measuring Quantum and Tempo of Vital Events by Two-Dimensional Cohort Life Table FunctionsKiyosi Hirosima, Shimane University

  42. Estimation of the Life Expectancy at Birth for the Non-Aboriginal Population in the Territories Combined in Canada, 2002-2004Ravi B.P. Verma, Statistics Canada

  43. Evidence for Stopping Behavior, Not Delayed Reproduction, as the Driving Force of Fertility Transition among Lehrerleut Hutterites of MontanaKimber Haddix McKay, University of Montana; Apryle Pickering, University of Montana

  44. Birth Prevention Behavior among Mothers of Children with DisabilitiesMaryhelen D. MacInnes, Michigan State University

  45. The Personal is More Political: Abortion Attitudes in 1984 and 2004Katherine Mathews, Pomona College; Jill Grigsby, Pomona College

  46. Factors Affecting Kenyan Adolescents' Childbearing DesiresAndrew Muriuki, University of Missouri at Columbia; Marjorie Sable, University of Missouri at Columbia

  47. Social Group Membership Associated with Accurate Abortion Knowledge among Women in Rural MalawiValerie A. Paz Soldan, Tulane University

  48. Causes of Unmet Need for Contraception in the Developing WorldGilda Sedgh, Guttmacher Institute; Rubina Hussain, Guttmacher Institute

  49. Preference for Number and Sex of Children and Compliance with Birth Control Policy in Rural ChinaYue Zhuo, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  50. Endogamy of Foreign-Born Population in Spain: Individual and Structural FactorsClara Cortina, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Albert Esteve, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Andreu Domingo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Anna Cabré, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  51. Does Immigration Status Influence Relationship Formation among Fragile Families?Cassandra J. Dorius, Pennsylvania State University

  52. Trends in Educational Assortative Marriage in China from 1970 to 2001Hongyun Han, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  53. Change in Opportunities for Meeting a Partner and the Marriage Decline in JapanMiho Iwasawa, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan; Fusami Mita, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

  54. African American Residential Mobility: An Analysis of Individual and Contextual FactorsCecily Darden Adams, University of Maryland

  55. Intergenerational Transfer of Educational Attainment among Immigrant Families: Findings from the Los Angeles Family & Neighborhood StudyAmy Carroll Scott, University of California, Los Angeles

  56. Examining the Gender Earnings Gap: Occupational Differences and the Life CourseJennifer Cheeseman Day, U.S. Census Bureau; Barbara Downs, U.S. Census Bureau

  57. Examining and Explaining Racial/Ethnic Variation in the Gender Division of Household LaborBijou R. Hunt, University of Maryland

  58. Religious Affiliation, Religiosity, Family-Related Attitudes, and Contraceptive Use in the United States, 2002William D. Mosher, National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), CDC; Jo Jones, National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), CDC

  59. Men’s Involvement in Maternal Care during Pregnancy and Child Birth in Rural MaharashtraAbhishek Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Faujdar Ram, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)