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Poster Session 2:
Poster Session 2

Wednesday, July 20
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

  1. Trends in delayed onset of fertility among menLisbeth B. Knudsen, University of Aalborg; Anne-Marie Nybo Andersen, University of Copenhagen

  2. Family in XIX century Brazil: examining the role of the patriarch in Minas GeraisCristiana V. Andrade, University of Cambridge

  3. Effects of women's schooling on fertility and contraceptive use in TanzaniaAyoub Ayoub, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

  4. Higher education and fertility decline in Greece among women born between 1950 and 1970: a cohort approachChristos Bagavos, Panteion University; Georgia Verropoulou, University of the Aegean

  5. Food or schooling? Examining school attendance among the rural poor in GuineaAlhassane Balde, Université de Paris V, Sorbonne and Université de Conakry

  6. Paradigm shifts in the study of fertility behaviourJeetendra D. Soni, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Moumita Basu, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  7. Fertility trends in Burkina Faso: factors of change and obstacles to fertility controlEsther Belemwidougou, Centre de recherches populations et sociétés (CERPOS), Université de Paris 10-Nanterre

  8. Cohort analysis of success in schooling: the example of PicardieCosima Bluntz, CRIDUP

  9. Transitional effects on the timing of family formation: a comparative case study of the Fijian and Indian populations of FijiHeather Booth, Australian National University

  10. Cooperative breeding in humans: which kin help and why?Monique Borgerhoff Mulder, University of California, Davis

  11. Trends and patterns of age hypogamy in France, Mexico and the United States: what drives partner choice with respect to age?Nikolai Botev, UN Economic Commission for Europe

  12. Economic well-being among elderly couples in marriage and cohabitation: what developed countries can learn from countries like MexicoGilbert Brenes, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  13. Communication with partners after the detection of HIV infection during prenatal care of women in Abidjan: a quantitative and qualitative approachHermann Brou, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD); Hélène Agbo, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD)

  14. Too poor to marry? Employment crisis and changing modes of union formation among young men in Burkina FasoAnne E. Calvès, Université de Montréal; Edith Martel, Université de Montréal

  15. Youth: transitions to adult lifeNina Castro, El Colegio de México; Luciana Gandini, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas AC

  16. Preferences to reconcile family and professional life versus reality: an international comparisonMajda Cernic Istenic, Institute of Medical Sciences, SRC SASA; Andrej Kveder, Institute of Medical Sciences, SRC SASA

  17. Examining the impact of orphan hood on school leaving among children aged 6-19 in Rwanda and ZambiaMinki Chatterji, Futures Group International; Nancy Murray, Futures Group International; Leanne Dougherty, Futures Group International; Tom Ventimiglia, Project Concern International; Antoinette Mukaneza, CARE; Kathy Buek, Futures Group Europe; William Winfrey, Futures Group International; Joseph Amon, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS)

  18. Probability of divorce in Mexico's Federal District, 2000Salvador David Cobo Quintero, El Colegio de México

  19. Women’s labour force participation after the first birth in Sweden, 1980-2000Diana Corman, Institute For Future Studies; Ying Hong, Stockholm University

  20. Religion and fertility: understanding adolescent pregnancy and religion in São PauloJosé Vilton Costa, Núcleo de Estudos de População (NEPO) and Universidade Estadual de Campinas; Leonardo Freire de Mello, Núcleo de Estudos de População - Universidade Estadual de Campinas; Ricardo Ojima, Núcleo de Estudos de População - (NEPO) and Universidade Estadual de Campinas

  21. Excess incidence of twin births after the First World War in France: a revealing trait on the links between fecundity and twinningNadège Couvert, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  22. Cohort fertility in France, 1830-1974Fabienne Daguet, Institut National de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques (INSEE)

  23. Family network and contraceptive behaviour among Indian womenMadhumita Das, Independant Researcher

  24. Non-consensual sexual relations among young people in France: typology, risk factors and consequencesAlice Debauche, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  25. Accounting for the disparity in the fertility transition in Ethiopia: a multilevel and decomposition approachMuluye Desta, University of Southampton

  26. Measuring the unintended components of low fertilityDaniel Devolder, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona

  27. The passage from youth to adult life in Dakar: a longer transitionAlioune Diagne, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD)

  28. Divorce and social categories in DakarFatou Binetou Dial, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD)

  29. Fertility, poverty, and violence: an analysis in Belo Horizonte, BrazilCláudio S. Dias Júnior, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR); Ana Paula Verona de Andrade, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR); Bráulio F. da Silva, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

  30. Becker vs. Easterlin: education, fertility and growth in France after World War IIClaude Diebolt, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS); Cedric Doliger, Université de Montpellier I

  31. From choosing childlessness to missing the opportunity of having childrenPascale Donati, Université de Versailles St-Quentin-en-Yvelines

  32. Demographic and socio-economic determinants of birth interval dynamics in Iran: a hazard function analysisHassan Eini-Zinab, Ministry of Science, Research and Technology; Homa-Zahra Agha, Shiraz University

  33. The impact of internal migration on fertility change in TurkeyMehmet Ali Eryurt, Hacettepe University; Erhan Ozdemir, Hacettepe University

  34. Analysis of divorce in Switzerland: evidence from a life-history survey of the Swiss household panelYannic Forney, Université de Genève

  35. Changing preference pattern in Indian arranged marriage market: a longitudinal studyDebashis Ganguly, Daily News and Analysis (DNA); Aparajita Chattopadhyay, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  36. The contributions of youth to the changing demographic regimes in industrializing Montreal, 1840-1900Danielle Gauvreau, Université Concordia; Patricia Thornton, Concordia University

  37. Kinship networks and contraception in rural BangladeshKaberi Gayen, Napier University; Robert Raeside, Napier University

  38. Negotiation, communication and decision-making among couples in developing countriesDodji Gbetoglo, Université de Lomé; Kokou Vignikin, Université de Lomé

  39. What happens after the end of marriage in Italy?Carla Ge Rondi, Università di Pavia

  40. Characteristics of demographic processes in the Republic of MoldovaPaladi George, Academie de Science de Moldova; Tabuica Uliana

  41. Ethnic convergence or perseverance? The early school performance of children in immigrant families in the United StatesJennifer E. Glick, Arizona State University

  42. The price of manliness: excess male mortality due to homicides in MexicoGuillermo J. Gonzalez-Perez, Universidad de Guadalajara; María Guadalupe Vega-Lopez; Armando Muñoz; Carlos E Cabrera-Pivaral; Ana Valle Barbosa; Samuel Romero Valle

  43. A cross country analysis of ideal family size, family planning, and women’s values and beliefsHani A. Guend, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique - Urbanisation Culture et Société (INRS-UCS)

  44. Fertility of rural-to-urban migrants in ChinaFei Guo, Macquarie University, Australia

  45. Fertility transition driven by poverty: Addis Ababa, EthiopiaEshetu Gurmu, Addis Ababa University; Ruth Mace, University College London

  46. Homogamy in the region of Gharb-Chrarda-Béni Hssen, Morocco: effects of geographical and socio-professional factorsHinde Hami, Laboratoire de Pharmacologie et Toxicologie; Abdelmajid Soulaymani, Université Ibn Tofail; Abdelrhani Mokhtari, Université Ibn Tofail

  47. Does birth order affect the cognitive development of a child?Frank Heiland, Florida State University

  48. Socio-demographic determinants of low fertility in Spain Juan Antonio Hernandez, Instituto de Estadistica de Andalucia; Francisco Viciana, Instituto de Estadistica de Andalucia; Andres Arroyo, Universidad de Sevilla

  49. Parental divorce and the timing of first union formation in SwedenYing Hong, Stockholm University

  50. Living arrangements of children: methods and results of macro simulations for GermanyGert Hullen, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany

  51. Youth employment, the family and community development in Viet Nam since reformVu Tuan Huy, Institute of Sociology

  52. Unmarried cohabitation in JapanMiho Iwasawa, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

  53. Migration, work and marrying outAree Jampaklay, Mahidol University

  54. Being “thirty-something” in Spain: new life and family patternsJimena Puy, Groningen University; Teresa Castro, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)

  55. Implication of the nutritional status at birth on the development and mental ability of young personsKálmán Joubert, Demographic Research Institute, Budapest; Éva Gárdos, Hungarian Central Statistical Office

  56. Determinants of attitudes toward children in Japan, the Republic of Korea and TaiwanHiroshi Kojima, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

  57. Union status and first birth in BulgariaDora Kostova, Center for Population Studies, Sofia

  58. Determinants of the Czech recent fertility transitionJaroslav Kraus, Charles University, Prague

  59. Attaining family responsibility in Yaoundé: intergenerational evolution and explanatory factorsMathias Kupie, DIAL

  60. Family solidarity and residential autonomy in YaoundéMathias Kupie, DIAL

  61. School-leaving, sexual initiation and union formation among Filipino youthElma Laguna, Demographic Research and Development Foundation; Corazon M. Raymundo, University of the Philippines; Mark Anthony U. Javellosa, University of the Philippines

  62. Socio-economic resources, policy changes and the transition to the second child: are cohabiting and married parents similar?Trude Lappegård, Statistics Norway; Kari Skrede, Statistics Norway

  63. Who benefits from the reduction of fertility in Western Africa?Linda Lasbeur, Université de Paris X, Nanterre

  64. Occupational structure, wage differences and gender in metropolitan areas of BrazilEugenia Leone, Universidade Estadual de Campinas; Paulo Baltar, Universidade Estadual de Campinas

  65. New youth experiences among the Bwa of MaliMarie Lesclingand, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  66. Does divorce risk depend on the relative income of spouses? A study of first marriages in Sweden from 1981 to 1998Guiping Liu, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Andres Vikat, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  67. Labour migration and fertility decline in ChinaZhongdong Ma, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

  68. Fertility decline and change in women’s status in IranHossein Mahmoudian, University of Tehran

  69. A cohort analysis of educational stratification by race and gender in BrazilLeticia J. Marteleto, University of Michigan; Vitor Felipe Miranda, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR)

  70. Marriage in 1996: approximation to homogamy in CórdobaViviana Masciadri, CONICET and Universidad Nacional de Córdoba

  71. Low-birth-weight children growing up in contemporary familiesHideko Matsuo, Université Catholique de Louvain

  72. Becoming parents in France: men and womenMagali Mazuy, Université Paris 1 (Cridup) / Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  73. Transitions and trajectories to adulthood among young men in MexicoGabriela Mejia Pailles, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

  74. The situation of children and youth in the job market in MoroccoRajaa Mejjati Alami, Université de Fes

  75. Union formation and their children among the youth of rural marginalized communities in MexicoMarta Mier-y-Teran, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

  76. Who prefers marriage?Pirjo Paajanen, The Population Research Institute; Anneli Miettinen, The Population Research Institute

  77. Why Spanish youngsters remain at the parental home for so long?Pau Miret-Gamundi, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  78. Gender gap in education in India and ChinaDr. Srimanta Mohanty, Research Director, The Social Planning Council of Peel

  79. Growing into adulthood in Malawi: experiences and reactions of adolescents to body changesAlister Munthali, University of Malawi; Sidon Konyani, Centre for Social Research; Bernie Zakeyo, Centre for Social Research

  80. Impact of cultural and structural factors on labour force participation of mothers in Italy and NorwayMagdalena Muszynska, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  81. Female labour force participation and fertility in NairobiLinda N. Muyumbu, University of Nairobi

  82. Effect of spousal communication on use of contraceptives among rural women of BangladeshLutfun Nahar, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research

  83. A socio-demographic analysis of the size and structure of the family in IndiaSaritha Nair, National Institute for Research in Reproductive Health (NIRRH)(ICMR)

  84. Micro-determinants of human fertility: study of selected physiological and behavioural variablesSatyajeet Nanda, Gujarat Institute of Development Research

  85. The role of proximate determinants in the decline of fertility below replacement level in urban northeast IndiaDilip C. Nath, Gauhati University; Debashish Mazumder, Gauhati University

  86. Female autonomy in urban agricultural households in the State of MexicoFernando N. Neira, Universidad Autónoma Del Estado De México

  87. Fertility and labour forceEloí­sa E. Norman, Universidad de Alicante

  88. Labour market changes and their impact on family formation in IranLadan Noroozi, Managment and Planning Organization, Iran; Zahra-Mila Elmi, University of Mazandaran

  89. Changing family formation process: an exploration from the inter-generational perspectiveAmenla Nuken, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  90. Transitions of young persons in Brazil: leaving school, entering the labour market, having a childElzira L. Oliveira, Universidade Candido Mendes

  91. Algerian fertility on the replacement threshold: what are the geographic disparities?Zahia Ouadah-Bedidi, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Amar Ouali

  92. Family life and working life in Uruguay: a qualitative approach to the articulation of gender relations in the construction of the domestic spaceMariana Paredes, Universidad de la República, Uruguay

  93. Changes in the initiation of childbearing during the early phase of the nuptiality transition: an assessment for north-central IndiaLopamudra Paul, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  94. The start of working life as a trigger for residential autonomy among young MexicansJulieta Perez Amador, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  95. The dissociation between the onset of sexual life and marital union in MexicoAdriana Pérez Amador, Instituto Nacional de Estadística Geografía e Informática

  96. Cambodia current fertility: the contextual effectsBunnak Poch, University of Chicago

  97. Using biographies to explore reproduction strategies of Slovak women before and after fall of communismMichaela Potancokova, University of Groningen

  98. Occupational career of young and middle-age Poles based on the 2001 FFSAneta Ptak-Chmielewska, Warsaw School of Economics

  99. Entry to motherhood and higher education in three regimes of welfare capitalismMichael Rendall, Office for National Statistics; Encarnación Aracil, Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Christos Bagavos, Panteion University; Christine Couet, Institut National de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques (INSEE); A. Dharmalingam, University of Waikato; Paola Di Giulio, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Trude Lappegård, Statistics Norway; Philip Merrigan, Université du Québec à Montréal; Filomena Racioppi, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"; Marit Ronsen, Norway Statistics Bureau; Steve Smallwood, ONS; Georgia Verropoulou, University of the Aegean

  100. Does fertility decline alone lead to the emergence of ¨"uneconomic" schools?J Retna Kumar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  101. Childless men and women do not resemble each otherIsabelle Robert-Bobée, Institut National de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques (INSEE)

  102. Can a good mother work fulltime? Concept of motherhood and fertility in cross-European comparisonKerstin Ruckdeschel, Bundesinstitut für Bevoelkerungsforschung

  103. Family life courses and the building of identity in FranceOlivia Samuel, Université de Versailles

  104. Patterns of postponement and recovery in European fertilityJesús Sánchez-Barricarte, Universidad Carlos III; José Remo Fernández-Carro, Universidad Carlos III

  105. Demographic aspects of the circulation of children in northern BrazilMárcia M. P. Serra, Universidade Estadual de Campinas; Maria-Coleta de Oliveira, Universidade Estadual de Campinas

  106. Conversation and contraception in Nepal: evidence from the 2001 DHSDevendra P. Shrestha, Tribhuvan University

  107. Growing incidence of divorce in Indian cities: a study of MumbaiAjay Kumar Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  108. Educational inequalities in India: a study of school enrolment by gender, religion and social groupVini Sivanandan, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  109. Fertility postponement and ‘recovery’ in the late-childbearing countries of EuropeTomas Sobotka, Vienna Institute of Demography

  110. Sexual debut in Mexico: change and continuity across cohortsCecilia Gayet, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO)

  111. Spatio-temporal dimension of fertility and its determinants in Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu, IndiaJeetendra D. Soni, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Moumita Basu, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Atul Mishra, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  112. Gang rape: the perspectives of moto-taxi-drivers across CambodiaTong Soprach, CARE

  113. Homogamy in terms of education in the Federal District of Mexico in 2000María Viridiana Sosa, El Colegio de México; Lourdes Márquez, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia

  114. Social inequality and risky sexual behaviour among adolescents in Benin Fortuné Sossa; Mêmounath Zounon

  115. Gender aspects of the patterns of leaving home in post-war SwedenMaria A. Stanfors, Lund University

  116. Specific pre-conditions of family changes in the new market-economy countriesVlada Stankuniene, Institute for Social Research

  117. Types of cohabitation in ArgentinaMaría Marta Santillán, Universidad Católica de Córdoba; María Constanza Street, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Benoît Laplante, Institut national de la Recherche Scientifique

  118. Laws favouring early marriage of adolescent girls in MexicoIvonne Szasz, El Colegio de México

  119. Extramarital births in Poland and social policyPiotr Szukalski; Wielisława Warzywoda-Kruszyńska, Institute of Sociology

  120. Fertility decline in a village in LaosShinichi Takahashi, Kobe University

  121. Living spaces: methodological reflections and validation studies in the implementation of a biographical questionnaire in a Belgian French communityLaurence Thomsin, Université de Liège

  122. Attitudes, values and fertility decisions in PolandEileen Trzcinski, Wayne State University; Irena E. Kotowska, Warsaw School of Economics

  123. Female headship in India: levels, differentials and impactSayeed Unisa, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Nitin Datta, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  124. From Franco to the present: change and permanence of family formations in the Basque regionAngela Uriarte, Universidad del País Vasco

  125. Gender differences in union formation in France: is there convergence over the recent period?Maria E. Winkler-Dworak, Vienna Institute of Demography

  126. Child malnutrition in IraqKhalil Mehdi; Al-Timimi Wisam, ICO Baghdad

  127. Orphans in Burkina FasoYacouba Yaro, CERFODES; Madeleine Wayack

  128. Occupational mobility of young people in MexicoRene M. Zenteno, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey; Patricio Solís, El Colegio de México

  129. Resistance to the decline of fertility in Colombia. A case study of teenage unwanted pregnancies in the low-income urban community " doce de octubre " in medellin, ColombiaLigia Cadavid, Université de Paris III and Universidad Antioquia; Carlos Galvez, Centre de Recherches de l'Amérique Latine

  130. Economic consequences of immigration from TurkeyBulent Acma, Anadolu University

  131. Mortality rates in regions of Oaxaca 1998Georgina Y. Gallardo, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México; Aremis L. Villalobos, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública (INSP)