Thursday, April 1 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

P1Fertility Determinants, Family Planning, and Sexual Behavior

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

1Internal Migration in Developing Countries I
2Migration and HIV
3Couples and Reproductive Health
4Adolescent Sexual Behavior
5Immigrant Adjustment and Adaptation: Comparative Experiences for Canada and the United States (Sponsored Jointly by the Canadian Population Society)
6Greater Boston: Demographic Microcosm of the Nation?
7Statistical Demography
8Parental Employment and Child Outcomes
9Community and Contextual Effects on Health and Mortality I
10Intermarriage: Trends and Consequences I
11Racial Definitions, Racial Identity, and Racial Reporting
12Parental Leave and Child Outcomes: A Comparative Perspective
13Racial and Ethnic Differences in Schooling
14Child Work and Schooling I
15Land Use, Land Cover Change, and Demographic Processes

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

17Comparing the ACS with Census 2000:  Do the Results Match?
18Authors Meet Critics: "Creating a Life" and "The Price of Motherhood"
20Families and Households in Developing Countries
21Risk and Protective Factors for Children and Youth
22Family Investments
23Determinants and Consequences of Income Inequality
24Attitudes and Expectations about Childbearing and Childrearing
25Violence and Its Effects on Populations
26Measurement of Health and Mortality in Developing Countries
27Racial Identification among Mixed Heritage Americans
28Gender Preferences for Children
29Non-Economic Consequences of Migration for Origin Communities
30Changing Characteristics of Immigrants in the 1990's
31Fertility Transitions in Africa
32Modeling Issues in Statistical Demography
161Reproductive Health in Developing Countries III

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

P2Union Formation and Dissolution and Parents' Living Arrangements

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

33The PRB/Russell Sage Census Reports
34Couples and Family Planning
36Transitions from Adolescence to Adulthood
37Race, Health, and Mortality I
38Expectations and Social Relationships
39Adolescent Reproductive Health in Developing Countries
40Welfare, Maternal Employment, and Adolescents
41Fertility and Social Inequality in Developing Countries
42Social Environment and Adult Health in Developing Countries
43Race, Assimilation, and Housing
44Understanding the Forced Migration of Trafficked Persons and Refugees
45New Patterns of Immigration and Settlement in the United States
46North American Labor Markets
47Demography of Welfare and Economic Wellbeing
48Race, Gender, Aging, and Health

Thursday, April 1 / 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

P3Families, Parenting, Adolescents, and Children

Thursday, April 1 / 3:30 PM - 5:20 PM

49Prospects for Higher Education Post-Grutter/Gratz
50HIV and Reproductive Health Behavior
51Very Low Fertility I
52Gender and Family Roles
53Health and Mortality in Developing Countries
54Population Forecasting
55Child Health and Education in Developing Countries
56Public Policy and the Family
57Intermarriage: Trends and Consequences II
58Population, Environment, and Health
59Latinos and Race
60Comparative Analyses of International Migration
61Internal Migration in Developing Countries II
62Intergenerational Exchanges
63Methodological Issues in Fertility Measurement
64Population Projections in the 21st Century

Friday, April 2 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM


Friday, April 2 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

65The New Race and Ethnic Origin Questions: How Have They Worked?
66Union Dissolution
67Migration, Urbanization, and Health: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives
68Determinants and Consequences of Educational Attainment
69Maternal Health and Mortality I
70Macroeconomic Impact of Aging
71Asian and Asian-American Families in Historical Perspective
72Transitions to Adulthood in International Context
73Obesity and Inactivity: Trends and Consequences
74Suicide and Gender-Based Violence
75Balancing Work and Family
76Economic Consequences of Migration for Origin Communities
77Networks and Social Capital
78Family Structure and Child Outcomes
79Fertility Transitions in Ghana
80Spatial Models

Friday, April 2 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

81Census Coverage Errors: Lessons Learned and Plans for the Future
82Fertility Policies
83Non-Marital Fertility
84Social Determinants of HIV Dynamics
85Wealth Inequality
86Race and Ethnic Inequalities in Health Outcomes
87International/Comparative Research on Mortality
88Public Policy and the Wellbeing of Children and Youth
89Child Health in Developed Countries: New Methods and Findings
90Fathers and Families
91Race, Ethnicity, and the Family
92Educational Differences among Immigrants in the United States
93Very Low Fertility II
94Population, Development, and the Urban Environment
95Community and Neighborhood Influences on Children and Youth
96Applied Demography with a Neighborhood Perspective

Friday, April 2 / 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

P5Health and Mortality

Friday, April 2 / 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM

97What Have We Learned Since the 1986 NRC Study of Population and Development?
98Union Formation
99Mutual Dynamics of International and Internal Migration
100Maternal and Infant Health in Developing Countries
101Family Exchanges
102Household Structure and Child Wellbeing in Developing Countries
103Contextual Effects on Health and Mortality in India
104Health and the Life Course
105International Responses to Low Fertility
106Immigrant Children in the U.S.
107Gender and HIV/AIDS
108Men's Reproductive Lives: A Developed Country Perspective
109Child Work and Schooling II
110Racial and Ethnic Differences in Schooling: International Contexts
111Demography of Disability
112Innovations in State and Local Population Estimation

Friday, April 2 / 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

P6Applied Demography, Methods, Migration, Labor and Education, Gender, and Race and Ethnicity

Friday, April 2 / 2:30 PM - 4:20 PM

113Authors Meet Critics: "One-Quarter of Humanity: Malthusian Mythology and Chinese Reality 1700-2000"
114Values, Attitudes, and the Family
115The Economic Adaptation of Immigrants
116Demography of the Labor Force
117Transition to Motherhood
118Family Background Effects
119Adolescent Reproductive Health in Asia and the Near East
120Youth Behaviors and Risk for Pregnancy and HIV/AIDS
121Demography of Asian Americans and Asian Canadians
122SES and Child Mortality
123Gender, Sexuality, and Health
124Parents and Adolescent Sexual Behavior
125Maternal Health and Mortality II
126Impact of Early Life Events on Health in Later Life
127Mathematical Demography
128Consumer Demographics and Market Research

Saturday, April 3 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

129SES and Health across the Life Course
130Methodological Issues in Fertility Research
131Fertility Preferences
132Sexually Transmitted Infections
133Understanding Domestic Violence in Developing Countries
134Adolescent Health and Obesity in the U.S.
135Abortion I
136International Perspectives on the Effects of Family Structure
137Health Behaviors
138The Attractiveness of Marriage among Straight and Gay Couples in Europe and the U.S.
139Race, Health, and Mortality II
140Internal Migration in Developed Countries
141Demography, Crime, and Incarceration
142Educational Attainment: Social and Economic Issues
143Disability Measurement Issues
144Microsimulation and Intensive Computational Methods in Demography

Saturday, April 3 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

145Men's Reproductive Behavior
146Reproductive Health in Developing Countries II
147Migration, Urbanization, and Health
148International Perspectives on Cohabitation
149Gender and Patriarchy in India and Bangladesh
150Family Time Allocation: Parents and Children, Costs and Benefits
151Community and Contextual Effects on Health and Mortality II
152Health Care Policy and Access
153Contraceptive Practices: Insights from the DHS
154Gender and Fertility Decision-Making
155Comparative Perspectives on Couples' Paid and Unpaid Work
156Urbanization and Socio-Economic Consequences
157Demography of Retirement
158Economic Inequality
159Comparative Mortality Analyses
160New Strategies in Demographic Measurement

Saturday, April 3 / 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM

19Reproductive Health in Developing Countries I
162New Findings on Segregation
163Consequences of HIV/AIDS
164Abortion II
165Child Health in Developing Countries
166Gender and Demographic Processes
167The Family in Historical Perspective
168Population, Water Resources, Health, and Development
169Fertility and Social Inequality in Developed Countries