Thursday, March 30 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

P1Fertility, Family Planning, Reproductive Health

Thursday, March 30 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

1Demography in the Wake of Katrina
2The Obesity Epidemic: Evidence and Hypotheses
3Adult Health and Mortality in Developing Countries
4Sexual Behavior, Sexual Networks, and STDs
5Aging in Developing Countries
6Immigrant Adaptation
7Demography and Life Course Studies
8Race, Ethnicity, and Health
9Demographic Consequences of Shocks and Natural Disasters
10Family Instability and Child Well-Being
11Migration, Immigration, and Population Shifts within the U.S.
12Generational Exchanges and Relationships
13Gender Inequality in the Labor Market
14Mathematical Demography
15Historical Perspectives on Inequality
16Integrating Family Planning, Reproductive Health, and HIV/AIDS Preventions

Thursday, March 30 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

17Census 2010: A New Census for the 21st Century
18Author Meets Critics: "Reading History Sideways: The Fallacy and Enduring Impact of the Developmental Paradigm on Family Life" by Arland Thornton (University of Chicago Press)
19Timing of Childbearing: Life Course and Relationship Contexts
20Death: Trends, Distributions, Inequality
21Youth Educational Inequality
22Social and Environmental Consequences of Migration
23Union Formation
24New Methods and Analysis of Spatial Data
25Religion and Families
26Developmental Trajectories of Children of Immigrant Families
27The Demography of Mental Health
28Socioeconomic Differentials in Health and Mortality
29The Demography of Disability
30Migration in Developing Countries
31Demography of Crime
32The Effect of Social Structure on Fertility-Related Behavior

Thursday, March 30 / 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

P2Family, Households, Unions; Data, Methods, Study Design

Thursday, March 30 / 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM

33Child Well-Being in Developing Countries
34Panel on Longitudinal Surveys of Immigrants in Canada and the United States
35Statistical/Computational Techniques in Demography
36The Social and Economic Consequences of HIV/AIDS
37Racial Differentials in Schooling and Occupations
38The Macroeconomics of Population Aging: International Comparisons
39Advances in Methodology
40Work, Child Care and Fertility
41Cohabitation in International Perspective
42Influences of Health on Socioeconomic Status
43Domestic Violence, Sexual Behaviors, and Reproductive Health
44The Future of the HIV/AIDS Pandemic
45Comparative Perspectives on Gender Inequality
46Social Insurance and Health
47The Demography of California
48Residential Segregation

Thursday, March 30 / 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

P3Children and Youth, Adolescence, Parenting, Transition to Adulthood, Life Course

Thursday, March 30 / 3:30 PM - 5:20 PM

49The Impact of Childhood on Adult Health
50The Global Commission on International Migration: Findings and Implications
51Understanding Mortality Change: Variance, Nonlinearities, Interactions
52Health Disparities among Youth
53Biology and Demography
54Spatial Demography: How and Why Space Matters
55Induced Abortion
56Methodological Innovations in Fertility Research
57Implications of Gender Interactions and Ideologies for Reproductive Behavior
58Applied Demography as a Tool for Policy Design and Program Implementation
59Family Patterns in Historical Perspective
60Measurement of Race and Ethnicity
61Poverty and Health: Implications for Mortality and Disability
62Union Dissolution
63Key Demographic Changes among the U.S. Latino Population
64Determinants of Educational Attainment

Friday, March 31 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

P4Inequality, Labor Force, Education, Gender, Race/Ethnicity, Religion, Policy

Friday, March 31 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

65Population and the Nutritional Transition
67Disability and Work
68Race and Ethnic Inequality
69Issues Related to Study Design, Data Collection and Analysis in Developing Countries
70History of the Life Course and Family Transitions
71Family and Health Over the Life Course
72Relationships & Sexual Behavior in Youth
73Comparative Trends in Adolescent Fertility
74Race Differentials in Aging
75Children’s Impacts on Parents’ Lives
76Legacies of the Past: Early Childhood Conditions and Adult Outcomes
77Intergenerational Exchanges in Transitional Societies
78New Directions in Small-Area Population Estimation and Forecasting
79Life Course Perspectives on Migration
80Macroeconomic Consequences of Migration

Friday, March 31 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

81Desire, Intention and Behavior in Fertility and Reproductive Health
82Social and Demographic Effects of Welfare Reform (TANF) Ten Years After Enactment of PRWORA
83Household Time Allocation
84Historical Demography
85Lowest-low Fertility in Comparative Perspective
86Migration and Social Networks
88Socioeconomic Determinants of Obesity
89Special Measurement Issues
90Demography of Poverty
91On the Nature of Intergenerational Transfers
92Issues in the Measurement and Modeling of Migration Processes
93Racial/Ethnic Formations and Immigration
94Racial/Ethnic Residential Segregation
95Family and Social Change in Sub-Saharan Africa
96The Role of Community in Children's Well-Being

Friday, March 31 / 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

P5Health, Mortality, Aging, Biology

Friday, March 31 / 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM

97Authors Meet Critics: "Bare Branches: The Security Implications of Asia's Male Surplus Population" by Valerie M. Hudson and Andrea M. Den-Boer (MIT Press)
98Public Policy and Child Well-Being
99Immigrant Incorporation in the U.S.
100Causal Effects of Schooling
101Religion, Ethnicity and Reproductive Health
102New Ways of Looking at Fertility Measurement Challenges
103Population and Environment: Water and Land Resources
104Immigrant Health
105Community Effects on Health Behaviors and Outcomes
106Using Biomarkers to Validate Alternative Measures of Health in Developing Countries
107Child Support
108Intergenerational Wealth Transmission
109Socioeconomic Status and Health in Dynamic Perspective
110Using Policy Variation to Identify Demographic Change
111Getting Results: Case Studies in Applied Demography
112Child Well-Being, Health and Mortality

Friday, March 31 / 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

P6Migration, Urbanization, Neighborhood and Residential Context

Friday, March 31 / 2:30 PM - 4:20 PM

113Religion, Religiosity and Family Behavior
114Comparative Perspectives on Migration
115Demography of Frontier Areas
116Panel on Census Research Data Centers
117Policy and the Family
118International Perspectives on Inequality
119Alternative Measurement of Race and Ethnicity
120The Marriage Revolution in Asia
121Understanding the Dynamics of Health and Mortality
122Business Demography
123Religion and Reproductive Health in Sub-Saharan Africa
124Collection and Methods for Analysis of Biomarker Data for Demographic Studies
125Living Arrangements and Work
126International Demography of Disability
127Internal Migration and Geographic Dispersion of U.S. Immigrants
128Variations in the Lowest-Low Fertility

Saturday, April 1 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

129Does Community Matter for Health?
130Temporary Migration
131Non-Standard Work Schedules and Family Time
132Approaches for Reaching Youth with RH/FP and HIV/AIDS Information and Services
133Determinants and Consequences of Union Stability
134Demography of Poverty: Mapping Poverty in Rural and Urban Areas
135Early Life Experiences and Mortality
136Demographic, Health and Economic Consequences of Weather Risk
137Race, Ethnicity, Human Capital, and the Labor Market
138Timing of Childbearing: Economic and Cultural Contexts
139New Methods for Understanding the Distribution of Health and Family Planning Services in Africa
140Social Context and Mental Health
141Consequences of Racial/Ethnic Residential Segregation
142Immigration and Intergenerational Mobility
143Recent Developments in the HIV/AIDS Epidemic
144Recent Patterns of Internal Migration in the U.S.

Saturday, April 1 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

145Demographic Impacts on Parental Time with Children
146Demographic Implications of Religion and Politics in South Asia
147Causal Effects of Schooling on Demographic and Health Outcomes
148Children's Impacts on Fathering Behaviors
149Applications of Special Computational Methods
150Community Effects on Health in the Developing World
151Fertility Differentials and Trends
152Cross-national Dimensions of Racial/Ethnic Issues
153Health and Mortality in the U.S.
154Gender, Sexual Behavior and STDs
155The Spatial Scale of Residential Segregation
156Population Growth and Emerging and Re-Emerging Diseases
157HIV and Fertility
158Consequences of Marriage
159Chinese Inequality
160Understanding the Impact of Population Aging on Future Health Care Cost

Saturday, April 1 / 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM

161Racial Disparities in Health and Health Insurance
162Analysis of Genetic Data for Demographic Purposes
163Demography and Education Policy
164Achievement and Attainment among Multiracials
165Families and the Dynamics of Child Care
166Neighborhoods, Social Connectedness, and Immigrant Group Incorporation
167The Effects of Poverty on Health and Disability
168Gender Differentials in Schooling and Occupations
169Migrant Networks: Operation and Effects
170Inequality in Post-Secondary Education
171Heterogeneity in Contraceptive Behavior
172Shifts in Gendered Power and Fertility Consequences
173Reproductive Health and Mortality in the Developing World
174Familial Influences on Children's Educational Outcomes
175Attitudes toward Union Formation
176Multi-partnered Fertility