Poster Session 1:
Fertility and Family Planning

Thursday, May 9
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

  1. Evaluation of Family Planning Programs through Parity Progression ModelsRajib Acharya, Macro International Inc.

  2. Ethnic Differences in Fertility and Contraceptive Use in Bolivia: Individual and Community-Level InfluencesVictor Agadjanian, Arizona State University; Marina Nicolaeva, Pennsylvania State University

  3. Impact of Price on Contraceptive Choice in Low Fertility Province: Bali, IndonesiaEvi N. Arifin, Asian MetaCentre; Aris Ananta, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies

  4. Birth Planning: Awareness, Knowledge, Perception and Practice among Urban Youth in NepalRam Hari Aryal, House of Representatives, Nepal

  5. Fertility Stabilization in Bangladesh: The Role of Sex Preference for Children and Desired Family SizeRadheshyam Bairagi, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research; Manoj Kumar Barua, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research; Unnati Rani Saha, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research

  6. Relationship among Contraception, Abortion, and Fertility: Lessons Learned from Matlab, BangladeshRadheshyam Bairagi, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research; Manoj Kumar Barua, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research

  7. Substituting Family Planning for Abortion: The Prevalence of IUD as a Method of Contraception in Central AsiaJennifer Barrett, University of Texas at Austin; Cynthia Buckley, University of Texas at Austin

  8. Fertility Differentials of the Gypsy Population of Romania: A Case StudyIonica Berevoescu, University of Bucharest

  9. Having Children in Uncertain Times: Informal Economic Activities and Fertility Decisions in Eastern EuropeChristoph Buehler, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  10. Tubal Sterilization in the United States: What Lies under the Race Difference?Anjani Chandra, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Elizabeth Hervey Stephen, Georgetown University

  11. Persisting Early Childbearing in NepalMinja K. Choe, East West Center; Shyam Thapa, Family Health International; Shailes Neupane, Valley Research Group

  12. Replacement-Level Fertility and Population Growth: Country and Regional Differentials across the GlobeMatthew Christenson, U.S. Census Bureau; Peter Johnson, U.S. Census Bureau

  13. Identifying the Family Planning Needs of the Poorest and Vulnerable Sub-Groups: Who Is Being Served Least by Providers?Steve Clements, University of Southampton

  14. Declines in Childbearing and Declines in WelfareAmy G. Cox, RAND; Jacob A. Klerman, RAND

  15. Fertility Dynamics in Ethiopia: Reasons for Latent TransitionMuluye S. Desta, University of Southampton; Ian D. Diamond, University of Southampton; Ann Berrington, University of Southampton

  16. Need-Assessment of Male Sterilization in IndiaGarimella Rama Rao, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Rabindra Kumar Sinha, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Niranjan Saggurti, Siro Research Foundation

  17. Socio-Demographic Predictors of Oral Contraceptive Use: Findings from the 1995 National Survey of Family GrowthJennifer Higgins, Emory University

  18. Rural Credit Program and Contraceptive Use Status in BangladeshKabir Hossain, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology

  19. Multilevel Modeling for the Relationship between Contraceptive Switching and Family Planning Outreach Workers' Contact in Rural BangladeshMian B. Hossain, Morgan State University

  20. Contraceptive Knowledge and Use among Unmarried Female Migrants: Data from an Intervention StudyWu Junqing, Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood Research; Tao Jianguo, Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood Research; Zheng Ling, Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood Research; Chen Xikuan, Shanghai Institute of Planned Parenthood Research

  21. Men's Fertility Preferences Relative to Women in Tanzania: Are These Changing over Time?Flora L. Kessy, Sokoine University of Agriculture

  22. Why Couples Desiring No More Children Are Not Using Permanent Methods of Family Planning?Mehrab A. Khan, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research; Mazharul Islam, Dhaka University; Moarrita Begum, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research

  23. Contraceptive Use in Bangladesh with Special Focus on Condom: Socioeconomic Correlates and Future ImplicationsMonirul Khan, Univerisity of Dhaka

  24. Unmet Contraceptive Need in BangladeshBarkat Khuda, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research; Nikhil Roy, PRIME II, Intrah Bangladesh office; Subrata Routh, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research

  25. Meeting Unmet Need for Contraception in Rural NepalSally Kidsley, University of Southampton; Liliana Risi, Marie Stopes International (MSI), Ethiopia; Kamala Thapa, Marie Stopes International (MSI), Nepal; William Stones, University of Southampton

  26. Male Involvement in Family Planning: The Determinants of Husbands' Use of Withdrawal in TurkeyAndrzej Kulczycki, University of Alabama at Birmingham

  27. Future Use of Sterilization in 10 CountriesEvelyn Landry, EngenderHealth; Lyn Henderson, EngenderHealth; Ines N. Escandon, EngenderHealth

  28. Assessing Contraceptive Use Patterns among TeensJennifer Manlove, Child Trends; Suzanne J. Ryan, Child Trends; Elizabeth Terry-Humen, Child Trends

  29. Unintended Pregnancy and Family Planning Practices among Women: Results from a State-Based Telephone Survey of Adults in GeorgiaLinda M. Martin, Georgia Division of Public Health; Brenda Colley Gilbert, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Elana Morris, Georgia Division of Public Health; Christy Sims, Georgia Division of Public Health

  30. Inter-Survey Measurement of Contraceptive DiscontinuationThomas McDevitt, U.S. Census Bureau; David Megill, U.S. Census Bureau

  31. Menarche and Motherhood in China and the U.S.: A Biosocial Model of FertilitySherry L. McKibben, Texas A&M University

  32. Sterilization, Race, and the Unmet Need for Family Planning in BrazilPaula Miranda-Ribeiro, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Cibele C. C├ęsar, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

  33. Abortion and the Achievement of Desired FertilityDominic Montagu, University of California at Berkeley; Martha Campbell, University of California at Berkeley

  34. Positive Outcomes among the Adolescent Children of Teen MothersKristin Moore, Child Trends; Jennifer Manlove, Child Trends; Elizabeth Terry-Humen, Child Trends

  35. Community Environment: Its Effects on Contraception and Fertility in the United StatesWilliam Mosher, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  36. Provincial Fertility Differentials in the Islamic Republic of IranMohammed Mosleh-Uddin, United Nations

  37. The Determinants of Adolescents and Young Adults' Choice of Commercial or Private Sector Providers of Modern ContraceptionNancy Murray, Futures Group International; Leanne Dougherty, Futures Group International; Minki Chatterji, Futures Group International; Katherine Buek, Zero Population Growth

  38. Women's Labor Force Participation and Fertility in Nairobi, KenyaLinda N. Muyumbu, University of Nairobi

  39. Is Education the Best Contraceptive: Evidence from Central AsiaSvetlana I. Negrustuyeva, University of Texas

  40. Predicting Biracial Fertility in the United StatesCarolette Norwood, University of Nebraska

  41. Impact of Childbirth on Women's Occupational ChangeMegumi Omori, University of South Carolina

  42. U.S. Fertility and the Tax Reform Act of 1986Jan Ondrich, Syracuse University; Jeffrey D. Kubik, Syracuse University; James M. Williamson, Syracuse University

  43. Union Formation among Cohabiting and Visiting Couples with ChildrenCynthia A. Osborne, Princeton University

  44. Changes in Low Fertility of Scheduled Castes in Kerala: A Compositional AnalysisSaseendran Pallikadavath, University of Southampton; Steve Clements, University of Southampton

  45. Adolescent Contraceptive Use: The Effects of Risk PerceptionsMeredith J. Porter, Bowling Green State University

  46. The Irreversibility of the Reduction in Desired Fertility in ChinaWenlan Qian, University of California at Berkeley

  47. Contraceptive Switching and Discontinuation in Rural BangladeshUnnati Rani Saha, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research; Mehrab A. Khan, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research; Nashid Kamal Waiz, Independent University

  48. An Application of the Princeton Index Relative to Total Fertility (If), for Bahia, Salvador and Irecê Region, 1970, 1980 and 1991Elismara C. Santana, Superintendence of Economic and Social Studies of Bahia - SEI/BA

  49. The Impact of Female Migration on Fertility in Burkina FasoBruno Schoumaker, University of Montreal

  50. The Relative Influence of Place and Individual Characteristics on Contraceptive Demand and Unmet Need in EthiopiaAmson Sibanda, Brown University; Zewdu Woubalem, Brown University

  51. Estimating the Prefertilization and Postfertilization Effects of Intrauterine DevicesJoseph B. Stanford, University of Utah

  52. Prospects for Public Concern: Ten Years of Low Fertility Debate in the German Popular PressLaura Stark, Princeton University

  53. Cultural Differentials in Fertility in KenyaMichele Steinmetz, Pennsylvania State University

  54. Exposure, Behavior and Preference: A New Framework for Analyzing Fertility ChangeGretchen Stockmayer, University of California at Berkeley

  55. Fertility, Migration, and Changes in Population Composition on the Caribbean Island of Saba, Netherland AntillesAmy E. Sullivan, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Paul W. Leslie, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Kathleen MacQueen, Family Health International

  56. Family Reproductive Choices in a Changing Labor Market: A Comparative Analysis with the European Community Household Panel SurveyMaria Letizia Tanturri, University of Florence

  57. Does What You Speak Matter? - Effects of Chinese Dialect on Fertility in ChinaXiaodong Wang, Texas A&M University; Xiuhong You, Texas A&M University

  58. Causes and Consequences of Unintended Childbearing - A Range of ExperiencesMarie Joy B. Arguillas, Cornell University; Rachel Safman, Cornell University; Lindy Williams, Cornell University

  59. Are Floating Migrants "Child-Bearing Guerillas": The Effects of Floating Migration on Fertility in China, 1990Xiuhong You, Texas A&M University; Xiaodong Wang, Texas A&M University