Poster Session 3:
Families, Parenting, Adolescents, and Children

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

  1. Matching Non-Parental Child Care Usage and Preferences by Race/Ethnicity: Is It Connected to Maternal Work Stability?Paola Tami Aritomi, Pennsylvania State University

  2. Adolescents and Youth in NepalRam H. Aryal, National Planning Commission

  3. The Influence of Marriage, Cohabitation, and Family Structure Changes on Low-Income Adolescents' DevelopmentHeather J. Bachman, Northwestern University; Rebekah Levine Coley, Boston College; P. Lindsay Chase-Lansdale, Northwestern University

  4. Social Assistance, Custody, and Child Poverty: Cross-National ComparisonsRoderic Beaujot, University of Western Ontario; Jianye Liu, University of Western Ontario

  5. A National Sample of U.S. Paternity Tests: Do Parents of Dissimilar Race Have Less Difficulty Surmising Paternity?David Bishai, Johns Hopkins University; Nan M. Astone, Johns Hopkins University; Laura M. Argys, University of Colorado at Denver; Chris Filidoro, Orchid Genescreen Inc.; Robert Gutendorf, Orchid Genescreen Inc.

  6. Mother-Adolescent Communication about Sex and Early Onset of Sexual Intercourse among Filipino YouthJudith B. Borja, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Linda Adair, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  7. Entries onto Public Assistance among Children Living with GrandparentsPeter D. Brandon, University of Massachusetts; Jeromey Temple, Australian National University

  8. Poor Parents, Poor Parenting? The Influence of PovertyRonald E Bulanda, Bowling Green State University

  9. Child Care Decisions among Mothers in Los Angeles CountyLaura Chyu, University of California, Los Angeles

  10. Both Counted and Missed: The Economic Condition of All Children in Multigenerational HouseholdsPamela Davidson, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  11. Between a Rock and a Hard Place -- the Demography of the Transition to Adulthood during the Post-Socialist TransformationTamas Domokos, Echo Survey Institute; Laszlo J. Kulcsar, Cornell University

  12. The Sustained Effects of the New Hope Program on Child Care Use among Low-Income FamiliesChantelle Dowsett, University of Texas at Austin; Danielle Crosby, University of Texas at Austin; Aletha Huston, University of Texas at Austin; Edward Lowe, University of California, Los Angeles

  13. Becoming Adults: Life Course Transitions in Mexican Young PeopleCarlos J. Echarri Canovas, El Colegio de México; Julieta Perez Amador, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  14. To Work or Not to Work? A Reevaluation of Correlates of Adolescent EmploymentConstance T. Gager, Arizona State University; Jennifer M. Hickes, University of Pennsylvania

  15. Child Care Choices and Expenditures in Urban China: 1989-1997Qin Gao, Columbia University; Fuhua Zhai, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  16. Does State Financing of Public Schools Reduce Expenditure Inequality across School Districts?Deborah L. Garvey, Santa Clara University

  17. Maternal Education and Child Nutritional Status: Do Family and Community Matter? The Case of EthiopiaTesfayi Gebreselassie, Pennsylvania State University

  18. Family, School, and Community Influences on Children's AchievementAnnie Georges, Columbia University

  19. Gender Display and Counter-Display: Women's Housework Adaptations to Marriage and CohabitationSanjiv Gupta, University of Massachusetts; Yujia Liu, University of Massachusetts

  20. Care in Context: Men's Unpaid Work in Advanced Industrialized CountriesJennifer L. Hook, University of Washington

  21. Husband's Involvement in the Prevention of Maternal Ill-Health: Determinants of Husband's Domestic Support in Rural Low-Land of NepalRonald G. Horstman, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI); Binod Nepal, Center for Research on Environment Health and Population Activities (CREHPA)

  22. Secular Outcomes and the Importance of Intergenerational Investments of Human and Social Forms of Capital: Does Religion Make a Difference?Dawn S. Hurst, Ohio State University; Frank Mott, Ohio State University

  23. Are Parental Trade-Offs between Spending Time with Children and Earning Money Associated with Young Children's Development?Kathryn Hynes, Cornell University

  24. Universal Protective Factors among Adolescent in SchoolManirul I. Khan, Mahidol University; Khurshid K. Talukder, Institute of Child and Mother Health

  25. The Death of Parents and Its Consequences on Children's Educational Attainment in Burkina Faso: An Indirect Way to Evaluate the Strength of the Extended Family SystemJean-François Kobiane, Université de Ouagadougou

  26. Gender, Friendship Networks, and Adolescent Mental HealthLisa Leach, Ohio State University; Crystal M. Stephens, Ohio State University; Kristi Williams, Ohio State University

  27. Impact of Family Environment on School Enrollment in BoliviaHala N. Madanat, Brigham Young University; Kirk Dearden, Brigham Young University; Tim B. Heaton, Brigham Young University

  28. Language Diversity and Bilingualism among Adolescents in the Pacific Northwest: Using GIS Method to Test the Neighborhood EffectsRatna M. Magarati, University of Washington

  29. The Role of School Quality on Schooling in BrazilLeticia Marteleto, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais and CEDEPLAR; Clarissa G. Rodrigues, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais and CEDEPLAR

  30. Living Arrangements in the Netherlands and Japan from a Life Course PerspectiveHideko Matsuo, Université Catholique de Louvain

  31. School Connectedness and the Transition into and out of Health Risk Behavior among Adolescents: A Comparison of Social Belonging and Teacher SupportClea McNeely, University of Minnesota; Christina Falci, University of Minnesota

  32. East Equals West? Housework in the Two GermaniesSabine Merz, University of Massachusetts

  33. Poverty and Family Transitions into Adulthood in Rural MexicoMarta Mier-y-Teran, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

  34. Orphanhood in France: Measurement, Evolution, and CharacteristicsAlain Monnier, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Sophie Pennec, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  35. Marriage Premium in BrazilJeronimo O. Muniz, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Eduardo L.G. Rios-Neto, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais and CEDEPLAR

  36. What Leads to Teenage Motherhood and their Consequences?Satyajeet Nanda, Gujarat Institute of Development Research

  37. Boys' and Girls' Education in Vietnam: Are They Equal in Educational Opportunities?Phuong L. Nguyen, University of Washington; Thanh-Huyen Vu, University of Chicago

  38. A Comparison of the Division of Household Labor in the United States and SwedenJulianne K. Ohlander, Pennsylvania State University

  39. Parental Unions, Financial Transfers, and School Enrollment among AdolescentsHiromi Ono, University of Michigan

  40. Economic Strategies of Single-Father FamiliesAurea K. Osgood, Bowling Green State University

  41. Norwegian Fathers' Use of Parental Leave -- Determinants and PreferencesSilje K.V. Pettersen, Statistics Norway; Trude Lappegård, Statistics Norway

  42. Effects of Development on Gender Inequality in School Enrollment in IndiaSonya Rastogi, University of Maryland; Aparna Sundaram, University of Maryland; Reeve Vanneman, University of Maryland

  43. Transitory Fatherhood and Stable Motherhood among White, Black, and Hispanic AmericansMichael Rendall, Pennsylvania State University

  44. How Does Family Formation Get between School and Work Transitions? The Brazilian CaseEduardo L.G. Rios-Neto, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais and CEDEPLAR; Elzira L. Oliveira, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais and CEDEPLAR

  45. Leaving Parental Home in PolandKamil Sienkiewicz, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  46. Dropping Out of High School: The Effects of Living in Non-Traditional FamiliesChunyan Song, Arizona State University; Mary H. Benin, Arizona State University

  47. Resident and Non-Resident Family Dynamics and the Academic Outcomes of Adolescent StepchildrenKathryn H. Tillman, Florida State University

  48. Children's Vulnerability to Domestic ViolenceMohan K. Tiwary, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  49. Factors Affecting Sexual Behavior among Luo Adolescents in NairobiSalome N. Wawire, Brown University

  50. The Role of Extracurricular Activities in the Development of Social Capital in YouthAmanda M. White, Arizona State University; Constance T. Gager, Arizona State University

  51. Working at Home: Findings from the 2001 Current Population SurveyVanessa Wight, University of Maryland

  52. The Composition of Schools, Social Status, and Adolescent Relationship FormationLindsey Wilkinson, University of Texas at Austin

  53. Shift Work and the Parent-Child RelationshipJillian L. Wooton, Ohio State University

  54. Effects of Poverty Alleviation on Labor Supply and School Attendance: Evidence from the IDT Program in IndonesiaChikako Yamauchi, University of California, Los Angeles

  55. Spatial Variation of the One-Child Policy and Child Nutritional Status in the Reform-Era China, 1993-2000Juhua Yang, Brown University

  56. Poverty, Psychosocial Well-Being, and School Performance in Rural ChinaShengchao Yu, University of Pennsylvania; Emily Hannum, University of Pennsylvania; Xiaodong Liu, Ohio State University

  57. Uncovering the "Black Children" -- an Analysis of Infant Household Registration Status in ChinaYingying Zhou, University of Washington; William Lavely, University of Washington