Poster Session 5

Friday, April 12
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

  1. Marriage and Mental Health in Mid-Life: A U.S.-Japan ComparisonJames Raymo, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Deborah Carr, Rutgers University

  2. Mental Health Shocks and Housing InsecurityHope Corman, Rider University and National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER); Marah A. Curtis, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Kelly Noonan, Rider University and National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)

  3. Gender Differences in the Mechanisms Linking Spousal Education and MortalityDustin C. Brown, University of Texas at Austin

  4. Couples’ Characteristics and the Correlation of Husbands’ and Wives’ HealthGilbert Brenes-Camacho, Universidad de Costa Rica

  5. Regional Comparative Analysis of Status and Impact Factors of Sexual Reproductive Health Treatment Services for Unmarried Youth in ChinaLei Zhang, Peking University; Chao Guo, Peking University

  6. Serial Cohabitation and Depressive Symptoms in Emerging AdulthoodSara Sandberg-Thoma, Ohio State University; Claire M. Kamp Dush, Ohio State University

  7. Socioeconomic Status and Mortality: A Couple Model ApproachDaphne Kuo, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  8. Who Cares? Caregiver Well-Being in EuropeGeorgiana Bostean, University of California, Irvine

  9. Period Trends in U.S. Marital Health Gaps, 1995-2010Dmitry Tumin, Ohio State University

  10. Discrepancy in the Division of Labor and Women’s Well-Being across Union TypeAmanda J. Miller, University of Indianapolis

  11. Great Expectations? Cohabitors Preferred and Actual Divisions of LaborAmanda J. Miller, University of Indianapolis

  12. With One Child Here and One Child There: Is There Specialization and Complementarity in Children’s Support Related to Their Place of Residence? The Mexican CaseEstela Rivero Fuentes, El Colegio de México; Anairis Hernandez Jabalera, El Colegio de México; Dolores Puga, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)

  13. Multidimensional Poverty and Longevity in IndiaManisha Dubey, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  14. The Risk of HIV Infection among Married Women in Zimbabwe: Does Living Arrangement Matter? Evidence from 2005-06 Zimbabwe Demographic Health SurveysJeremy J. D. Gumbo, University of the Witwatersrand

  15. Adolescent Activities and Young Adult Union FormationGina A. Erickson, University of Minnesota

  16. Searching for the Roots of Family Instability: How Do Institutions Influence Relationship Formation and Quality?Nina Palmo, University of Texas at Austin

  17. Cultural Expectations, Market Mismatch and Individual Choices: The Making of “Shengnu” in ChinaFelicia Feng Tian, Duke University

  18. A Decomposition Analysis of Trends and Gender Implications of Early Marriage: Comparing Muslim and Non-Muslim CountriesProsper Fils Olemba Olemba, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD); Martine Massugeu Siaka, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD); Eric Stève Tamo Mbouyou, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD)

  19. Myths and Fallacies about Male Contraceptive Methods: A Qualitative Study amongst Married Youth in Squatter Settlement of Karachi, PakistanNoureen Nishtar; Neelofar Sami, Aga Khan University; Shaneela Khowaja, Aga Khan University; Aziz Nishtar, Nishtar & Zafar Law Firm; Farid-UL Hasnain, Aga Khan University

  20. Does Women Empowerment Influences Fertility in India?Hanumant Waghmare, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  21. Bought and Bound: Bridewealth and Gender Inequality in AfricaChristine Horne, Washington State University; Francis Nii-Amoo Dodoo, Pennsylvania State University and University of Ghana; Naa Dodua Dodoo, University of Ghana

  22. The Instability of Family Instability: Spatiotemporal Variation in the Disruption of Cohabiting Unions with ChildrenDavid Pelletier, Université de Montréal; Solene Lardoux, Université de Montréal

  23. The Effect of Divorce on Health in Middle and Older AgesAlice Zulkarnain, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR); Sanders Korenman, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR)

  24. What Is behind the Brisk Growth of Divorce Rates in Taiwan? Findings from Period and Cohort DataYen-Hsin Alice Cheng, Academia Sinica

  25. Job and Stable Marriage: Does Context Matter?Anna Matysiak, Warsaw School of Economics; Marta Styrc, Warsaw School of Economics

  26. The Impact of the Second Child on Female Employment. Is It Uniform across European Countries?Anna Baranowska-Rataj, Warsaw School of Economics

  27. Families without Borders: Understanding Child Mobility across HouseholdsAnna C. Rhodes, Johns Hopkins University; Stefanie DeLuca, Johns Hopkins University

  28. The Negative Educational Gradient in Divorce: Do the Lower Educated Have Worse Marriages?Diederik Boertien, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Juho Härkönen, Stockholm University

  29. Beyond the Prison Bars: Examining the Relationship between Paternal Incarceration, Maternal Stress and Parenting BehaviorsJerrett Jones, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  30. Levels and Correlates of Single Motherhood in Southern AfricaChidimma M. Mbanefo, University of the Witwatersrand; Clifford O. Odimegwu, University of the Witwatersrand; Nwamaka C. Nwogwugwu, University of the Witwatersrand

  31. Family Mapping: A Cumulative Measure of Family Structure and InstabilityKate T. Harcourt, Auburn University; Francesca Adler-Baeder, Auburn University; Gregory S. Pettit, Auburn University; Stephen Erath, Auburn University; Amy Rauer, Auburn University

  32. The Evolution of Births outside of Marriage, Paternal Recognition and Children’s Rights in BrazilJoice Vieira, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP)

  33. Revelations on Grandmotherhood among High Fertility Women in the PhilippinesSocorro A. Gultiano, University of San Carlos; Judith B. Borja, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Josephine Avila, University of San Carlos

  34. Mother-Child Relations in Adulthood: Immigrant and Non-Immigrant Families in the NetherlandsIlse N. Rooyackers, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI); Eva-Maria Merz, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI)

  35. Household Extension and Employment among Asian Immigrant WomenJeehye Kang, University of Maryland

  36. Proximity, Gender and Financial Support Received by Older Adults in Urban Latin America and the Caribbean: A Comparative StudyNekehia T. Quashie, University of Utah

  37. The Changing Patterns in Living Arrangements and Their Impacts on Intergenerational TransfersTaichang Chen, Renmin University of China

  38. How Private Transfers Respond to Parental Income in Urban and Rural China?Taichang Chen, Renmin University of China

  39. Migration and Marriage in the United States: Modeling the Joint ProcessBohyun Joy Jang, Ohio State University

  40. Coparenting and Nonresident Fathers' Monetary Contributions to Their ChildrenJulia S. Goldberg, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  41. Does High School Poverty Matter? College Achievement and SatisfactionZitsi Mirakhur, Princeton University; Sara Y. Goldrick-Rab, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  42. Unfolded Facts: Primitive Tribal Culture Influencing Knowledge on Sexually Transmitted DiseasesPurujit Praharaj, Technical Support Group-NACO

  43. Downward Spiral: The Impact of Foster Care Placement on Paternal Public DependencyPeter Fallesen, Rockwool Foundation Research Unit

  44. Men’s Involvement in Maternal Health Care: Implications for Pregnancy Outcomes in Lagos State, NigeriaAdebayo O. Fadeyi, Lagos State University

  45. Marriage, Cohabitation and Criminal Offending among Young AdultsAaron Gottlieb, Princeton University; Naomi Sugie, Princeton University

  46. Transitions within and from First Unions: Educational Effects in an Extended Winnowing ModelJan M. Saarela, Åbo Akademi University; Fjalar Finnäs, Åbo Akademi University

  47. Parenting and Depression: Differences across Parental RolesKevin Shafer, Brigham Young University; Garrett Pace, Brigham Young University

  48. Nonmarital Fertility, Union History and Women’s WealthMatthew A. Painter, University of Wyoming; Adrianne Frech, University of Akron; Kristi Williams, Ohio State University

  49. Territorial and Social Divisions of Non-Marital Cohabitation in ColombiaAnny Carolina Saavedra Morales, Centre d'Estudis Demogràfics (CED); Joana Serret, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  50. His' and Hers' Baggage: Whose Weighs More? Gender and Union Formation following a Non-Coresidential First BirthBart Stykes, Bowling Green State University

  51. Explaining the Decline in Married Women's Housework: 1965-2010Patrick Ishizuka, Princeton University

  52. Maternal SES, Parental Child-Rearing Approaches and Children’s AchievementErin M. Powell, Pennsylvania State University; Duane Alwin, Pennsylvania State University

  53. Intergenerational Co-Residence, Women’s Labor Force Participation and Leisure Time in EgyptNadia Diamond-Smith, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Omaima El Gibaly, Assiut University

  54. Bargain or Autonomy? A Comparative Study of Housework in China, Taiwan and Hong KongJia Yu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

  55. Defining Poverty in Terms of Time and Income in the United States: An UpdateMisty L. Heggeness, U.S. Census Bureau; Jose Pacas, University of Minnesota

  56. Are Food and Fitness Competing Claims on Adults' Time?Rachel Tumin, Ohio State University; Lindsey Asti, Ohio State University; Sadie Palmisano, Ohio State University; Ananya Jena, Ohio State University

  57. Time Use during the Great Recession: Men’s Time on ChildcareMarina M. Gorsuch, Duke University

  58. Parent-Child Leisure among Cohabiting and Married Households in Four CountriesChristina M. Wolfe, Pennsylvania State University

  59. Parents’ Time with Children and Cultural Capital in Britain: Educational and Class Differences in Mothers’ and Fathers’ Leisure Activities with ChildrenPablo Gracia, University of Amsterdam

  60. Educational Attainment and Domestic Violence in UgandaPeter Kisaakye, University of Ghana

  61. Division of Labor, Gender Ideology and Marital Satisfaction: A Comparative Analysis of Mainland China, Japan, South Korea and TaiwanYue Qian, Ohio State University

  62. Care and Career – Educational Enrolment and Couples’ Childbearing Behaviour in SwedenSara Thalberg, Stockholm University

  63. Continuity or Change in Father Provided Child Care among Employed Mothers?Lynda L. Laughlin, U.S. Census Bureau

  64. Women's Work and Sex Preference for Children in IndiaAbhijit Visaria, University of Pennsylvania

  65. Child and Elderly Care by Unemployed Persons in GermanySilke Hamann, Institute for Employment Research (IAB); Carsten Pohl, Institute for Employment Research (IAB); Gabriele Wydra-Somaggio, Institute for Employment Research (IAB)

  66. The Ups and Downs in Women’s Employment—Shifting Composition or Behavior from 1980-2010?Kristin Smith, University of New Hampshire

  67. Does Breastfeeding Support at Work Help Mothers and Employers at the Same TimeChiara Pronzato, Università degli Studi di Torino; Emilia Del Bono, University of Essex

  68. Reassessing the Relationship between Wives’ Relative Income in the Household and Marital Quality: The Role of Gender IdeologyOzcan Tunalilar, University of Florida

  69. The Social Context of Schedule Control: Flexible Work Practices in an Information Technology WorkforceAnne Kaduk, University of Minnesota

  70. Socio-Demographic and Cultural Context and Attitudes towards Interracial Dating: A Study of Students at Two South African UniversitiesIshmael I. Kalule-Sabiti, North-West University, Mafikeng Campus; Yaw Amoateng, University of Johannesburg

  71. Fertility Decline, Gender Composition of Families and Expectations of Old Age SupportKeera Allendorf, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  72. Gendered Vulnerability: An Account of Female Headed Households in IndiaAchala Gupta, University of Cambridge; Nandan Kumar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  73. Health and Social-Behavioral Outcomes of Migrant Women Residing in the Urban Slums of Dhaka: Preliminary Evidence from the SAFE StudySajeda Amin, Population Council; Laila Rahman, Population Council; Md. Irfan Hossain, Population Council; Sigma Ainul, Population Council; Ruchira Naved, ICDDR,B; Ashish Bajracharya, Population Council

  74. Perceptions of Vulnerability in Time of Economic Downturn and Draconian Immigration Enforcement: Examination by Nativity and Age at MigrationHaruna M. Fukui, Arizona State University

  75. Determinants of Savings in Female and Male-Headed Households in MexicoIsalia Nava-Bolaños, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Flor Brown-Grossman, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Lilia Domínguez-Villalobos, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

  76. The Impact of Rurality on the Associations between Informal Caregiving and Health in the United States: A County-Level AssessmentSteven A. Cohen, Virginia Commonwealth University; Monique J. Brown, Virginia Commonwealth University; Kenneth Chui, Tufts University

  77. Living Arrangements of the Elderly in India: Who Lives Alone and What Are the Patterns of Familial Support?Apoorva Jadhav, University of Pennsylvania; K.M. Sathyanarayana, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA); Sanjay Kumar, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA); K. S. James, Institute for Social and Economic Change

  78. Social Support and Social Networks among Elderly Mexicans: Updating the Discussions on ReciprocitySagrario Garay, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (UANL); Veronica Montes de Oca, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Jennifer Guillen, Texas A&M University

  79. The Impacts of Transport Accessibility on Population Change across Rural, Suburban and Urban Areas: A Case Study of Wisconsin at Subcounty LevelsGuangqing Chi, Mississippi State University

  80. The Changing Landscape of Religious Affiliation in Brazil 1970-2010: Age, Period and Cohort PerspectivesRaquel Coutinho, Cedeplar, UFMG and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; André B. Golgher, Cedeplar, UFMG

  81. The Global Religious Landscape: New Population EstimatesConrad Hackett, Pew Research Center; Marcin Stonawski, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and Cracow University of Economics; Vegard Skirbekk, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); Brian J. Grim, Pew Research Center and Boston University

  82. Risky Sexual Behavior of Foreign-Born and Native-Born Emerging Adults: Influence of Mother-Daughter Relationships during AdolescenceGoleen Samari, University of California, Los Angeles

  83. The Consequences of India’s Male Surplus for Women's Partnering and Sexual ExperiencesKatherine Trent, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY); Scott J. South, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY); Sunita Bose, State University of New York at New Paltz (SUNY)

  84. Family Influence on Becoming a Parent: Sibling Correlations in Propensity to Enter ParenthoodJohan Carlsson Dahlberg, Stockholm University

  85. A Quantitative Analysis of Previously Launched Adults: A Family Structure and Family Development PerspectiveDemetrea Farris, University of West Alabama