Thursday, March 30 / 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM   •   Pasadena Room

Poster Session 2:
Family, Households, Unions; Data, Methods, Study Design

  1. Female Headship: Comparing Peruvian and Vietnamese HouseholdsPaola Tami Aritomi, Pennsylvania State University ; Rukmalie Jayakody, Pennsylvania State University

  2. Dowry: Bequest or Price?Raj Arunachalam, University of California, Berkeley

  3. Consequences of Couple Separation on French Women’s and Men’s Labor Force ParticipationCarole Bonnet, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED) ; Elisabeth Algava, Ministère de la Santé et de la Protection Sociale ; Anne Solaz, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  4. Comparison of Alternative Propensity Score Approaches for Causal Inference from Observational DataSarah R. Brauner, University of Michigan

  5. Tolerance for Domestic Violence in Uzbekistan: Issues of Martial Status and GenderCynthia Buckley, University of Texas at Austin ; Tricia S. Ryan, University of Texas at Austin ; Todd Harvey, University of Texas at Austin ; Jennifer Barrett, University of Texas at Austin ; Maryann Bylander, University of Texas at Austin

  6. The Measurement and Conceptualization of Family TrajectoriesRonald E. Bulanda, Miami University

  7. Assessing the Quality of Data Collected on the Foreign Born: An Evaluation of the American Community SurveyJeffrey Capizzano, Teaching Strategies, Inc.

  8. Retrospective Birth Weight Data in Developing Countries: Can They Be Trusted?Andrew R. Channon, University of Southampton ; John W. McDonald, University of Southampton ; Sabu S. Padmadas, University of Southampton

  9. Picking and Choosing: The Simulation of Sequential Mate Selection ProcessChia-ying Chen, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  10. Intergenerational Support Exchanges over Time and Their Relations with Depression for the Elderly in Rural ChinaZhen Cong, University of Southern California ; Merril Silverstein, University of Southern California

  11. The Division of Household Labor in Families with a Disabled Child: Insights from Quantitative and Qualitative ResearchMaryhelen D'Ottavi, Brown University ; Carrie E. Spearin, Brown University ; Catherine S. Andrzejewski, Brown University

  12. Language or Identity?: The Measurement of Indigenous Population in the Mexican CensusHirotoshi Yoshioka, University of Texas at Austin

  13. Evaluation of Statistical Methods for Data Collection and Analysis on Racial and Ethnic Minorities and Other Hard-to-Reach PopulationsMarc Elliott, RAND ; Brian K. Finch, San Diego State University

  14. Can Religion Buffer the Effect of Family Stressors on Psychological Distress among Elderly Taiwanese?Daisy Fan, University of Texas at Austin ; Gang-Hua Fan, University of Texas at Austin

  15. Living Arrangements, Intergenerational Ties and Well-Being of the Elderly in BeijingDanzhen You, University of California, Berkeley

  16. Who’s Got the Time?: The Relationships between Household Labor Time and Coital FrequencyConstance T. Gager, Arizona State University

  17. The Effects of Questionnaire Design and Survey Methodology on Child Disability Measurement - Evidence from the Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey IILloyd D Grieger, University of Michigan ; Maria Martinho, United Nations

  18. Obesity and Marriage Prospects: Is There Evidence of a Discriminatory Marriage Market?Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  19. Spatial Homogamy in the Netherlands: Mapping Distances between PartnersKaren Haandrikman, University of Groningen ; Leo van Wissen, University of Groningen and Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) ; Carel Harmsen, Statistics Netherlands ; Inge Hutter, University of Groningen

  20. Socioeconomic Change and First Union Formation in CanadaDarcy W. Hango, McGill University ; Celine Le Bourdais, McGill University

  21. A Harmonized Data Quality Framework for International HIV/AIDS ProgramsKaren Hardee, Futures Group International ; Ronald Tran Ba Huy, The Global Fund ; Sara Pacqué-Margolis, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) ; Joseph W Brown, Futures Group International

  22. Informal Unions in Mexico and the United StatesTim B. Heaton, Brigham Young University ; Renata Forste, Brigham Young University

  23. Who Lives Alone? Characteristics of One-Person Households: 1990 and 2000Frank Hobbs, U.S. Census Bureau ; Janet Wysocki, U.S. Census Bureau

  24. Does Methodology Matter? Adolescent Reporting of Sexual Behaviors in a Randomized Trial in Urban IndiaJaya Jaya, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

  25. The Global Tobacco Surveillance System (GTSS): Lessons Learned Conducting School-Based Surveys in over 130 CountriesNathan R. Jones, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ; Charles Warren, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ; Samira Asma, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

  26. Family of Origin Structure and Instability and the Formation of First UnionsClaire M Kamp Dush, Cornell University

  27. Parental Divorce, Social Support, and Adult DepressionJoongbaeck Kim, University of Texas at Austin

  28. Intermarriage and Religious Upbringing with Inferences about Jewish Population Size Using Alternative Definitions of Judaism: Insights from the 2000 National Jewish Population SurveyVivian Z. Klaff, University of Delaware ; Frank Mott, Ohio State University ; Diane Patel, Ohio State University

  29. Reciprocity Revisited: Give and Take in Dutch and Immigrant FamiliesAafke Komter, University College, Utrecht ; Djamila Schans, Utrecht University

  30. Towards Better Understanding Latent Structure Analysis: A Geometric ApproachMikhail Kovtun, Duke University ; Anatoliy I. Yashin, Duke University

  31. Life Expectancies at Older Ages in Destabilized Populations: A Methodological Investigation with Application to Some Developed and Less Developed CountriesSubrata Lahiri, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  32. Measuring Women's Work: A Methodological Exploration Using Egyptian DataRay Langsten, American University in Cairo ; Rania Salem, Princeton University

  33. A Pilot of Audio-Computer Assisted Self-Interview for Youth Reproductive Health Research in VietnamLinh C Le, Hanoi School of Public Health ; Robert Blum, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health ; Robert J. Magnani, Tulane University ; Hoa M Do, Hanoi School of Public Health

  34. Do Married Men Who Live with their Wives Have Higher Wages Than Married Men Who Don’t? Further Evidence Regarding the Causal Mechanisms Explaining Men’s Wage Premium to MarriageGretchen Livingston, Princeton University

  35. Living in Sin No More: Religion and the Transition from CohabitationMatthew Loyd, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Daniel N DeHanas, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  36. Comparative Study on Intergenerational Support for Parents and Parents-in-LawWenjuan Zhang, Peking University

  37. Divorce and Intergenerational Transfers to the ElderlyLeticia J. Marteleto, University of Michigan ; Pamela J. Smock, University of Michigan

  38. A Longitudinal Analysis of Intimate Partner Violence: Risk of Victimization and Reactions to ViolenceMarybeth J. Mattingly, University of Maryland ; Laura Dugan, University of Maryland

  39. Understanding the Causes, Relationships, and Consequences of the Undercount of Divorce in SurveysColter Mitchell, University of Michigan

  40. Marriage Does Matter, but When?: The Case of Preventive HealthcareChris Morett, Fordham University

  41. Behind the “White Picket Fence”: Examining Relationship Stability among Low Income Married CouplesLaryssa Mykyta, University of Pennsylvania

  42. The National Historical Geographic Information SystemPétra Noble, University of Minnesota ; Catherine A. Fitch, University of Minnesota

  43. The Use of First Names to Evaluate Reports of Gender and Its Effect on the Distribution of Married and Unmarried Couple HouseholdsMartin O'Connell, U.S. Census Bureau ; Gretchen E Gooding, U.S. Census Bureau

  44. Social Change and Ethnic Variation in Seasonality of Marriage in Sub-Saharan AfricaTom O. Owuor, Pennsylvania State University

  45. Evaluation of A New Approach to Estimating Migration: Matching Tax Returns for All IndividualsHyo C. Park, U.S. Census Bureau ; Andrew J Reese, U.S. Census Bureau

  46. The Research Data Life Cycle and the Probability of Secondary Use for Re-analysisAmy Pienta, University of Michigan ; James W. McNally, University of Michigan

  47. How Intergenerational Coresidences Dissolve: Does the Difference at Their Origins Matter?Yiduo Zhang, Johns Hopkins University

  48. Inferring Sibling Relatedness from the NLSY Youth and Children Data: Past, Present, and Future ProspectsJoseph L. Rodgers, University of Oklahoma ; Amber Johnson, Oregon Social Learning Center ; David Bard, University of Oklahoma

  49. Conditional Transfers and Living Arrangements in Rural MexicoLuis Rubalcava, University of California, Los Angeles and Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE)

  50. From Sexual Involvement to Coresidential Unions: New Findings from the 2002 NSFGSharon Sassler, Cornell University ; Amanda J Miller, Ohio State University ; Sarah Favinger, Ohio State University

  51. Level of Participation in the Census Bureau’s 2004 Overseas Enumeration TestCarrie R. Simon, U.S. Census Bureau ; Mark Moran, U.S. Census Bureau

  52. Do Grandparent-Headed Households Promote Intergenerational Income Transfers and Residential Stability in Children's Lives?Anastasia R. Snyder, Pennsylvania State University ; Diane K. McLaughlin, Pennsylvania State University ; Jill L. Findeis, Pennsylvania State University ; Alisha J. Coleman, Pennsylvania State University

  53. Demography of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Heterosexual Couple Relationships in CaliforniaCharles Strohm, University of California, Los Angeles ; Susan D. Cochran, University of California, Los Angeles ; Vickie M. Mays, University of California, Los Angeles

  54. Issues Related to Data Collection in a Disastrous Area – A Lesson from The Study of the Aftermath of Tsunami and Recovery in IndonesiaCecep S Sumantri, SurveyMETER ; Dani Alfah, SurveyMETER ; Mohammad Mulia, SurveyMETER ; Iip U Rifai, SurveyMETER

  55. The Prevalence and Correlates of Psychological Abuse among Women in Kenya: A Cross-Sectional Study Using Multilevel AnalysisChiho Suzuki, Tulane University

  56. Implications of Alternative Definitions of “Family”Kathryn H. Tillman, Florida State University ; Charles B. Nam, Florida State University

  57. Creating a New Database for the Study of Southern Lynchings: Public Use Microdata, the Historical United States County Boundary Files 1790 - 1999, and Forensic DemographyStewart E. Tolnay, University of Washington ; Amy K. Bailey, University of Washington

  58. Evaluation of the Pearsonian Type I Curve of Fertility by Age of Women of Aboriginal Identity Groups in Canada, 1996-2001Ravi B.P. Verma, Statistics Canada ; Shirley Loh, Statistics Canada

  59. Lonely Workers, Students, and Others: The Career and Relationship Antecedents of Delayed FatherhoodMatthew Weinshenker, University of Chicago

  60. Preferences of the Elderly towards Intergenerational Transfers - Stumbling Block for Future Social Policy Reforms in Germany?Harald Wilkoszewski, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  61. Benefits of Women's Education within Marriage: Evidence from South AfricaHaochi Zheng, University of Minnesota