Poster Session 2:
Family, Gender, Household, Children and Youth

Thursday, May 9
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

  1. Violence against Women in the Domestic Sphere: Some Evidence from IndiaSanghmitra S. Acharya, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  2. Social Policies and Life Course Outcomes: The Impact of Cohabitation and Marriage on First Births in Germany and SwedenPau Baizan, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  3. Divorce Trends among Muslims in Lebanon: A 16 Years Civil Strife ConsequenceShiraz H. Basma, American University of Beirut; Prem C. Saxena, American University of Beirut; Amal Kodeih, Ministry of National Economy, Oman

  4. Developments in the Economic Migration of Females in India: A Regional AnalysisSanghita Bhattacharyya, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  5. Plans, Motivations, and Union Transitions among CohabitorsGeorgina Binstock, Centro de Estudios de Población

  6. Circumstances Leading to Union Formation among Filipino AdolescentsJudith B. Borja, University of San Carlos; Linda Adair, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Marilyn V. Cinco, University of San Carlos

  7. No More Kin? Changes in Black Mothers' Reliance on Relative-Provided Childcare, 1977-1994Karin Brewster, Florida State University; Irene Padavic, Florida State University

  8. The Effects of Father Involvement on Adolescent Outcomes in Immigrant and Native Born FamiliesJacinta Bronte-Tinkew, Child Trends; Jonathan Zaff, Child Trends

  9. The Role of the Family and Peer Contexts on Adolescent DevelopmentShannon Cavanagh, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  10. The Transmission of Divorce across Three Generations: The Role of Interpersonal Behavior and Commitment to MarriageJacob Cheadle, Pennsylvania State University; Paul Amato, Pennsylvania State University

  11. The Impact of Economic Development on Women's Status in the Family: Similarities and Differences between China and TaiwanYu-Hua Chen, Brown University

  12. Mothers' Welfare to Work Transitions and Children' Behavioral OutcomesMeejung Chin, University of Chicago

  13. The Gender Division of Labor, 1970-2000Philip N. Cohen, University of California at Irvine

  14. Women's Empowerment in Light of the Changing Family System among a Matrilineal Group in IndiaMadhumita Das, Solar Foundation

  15. Understanding the Effects of Economic Change on Household Composition in ColombiaJennifer Dowd, Princeton University; Juan C. Guzman, Princeton University

  16. Childcare Arrangements and Use of Public Assistance: 1995 To 2001Sandra L. Eyster, Education Statistics Services Institute; Christopher Chapman, National Center for Education Statistics (NCES)

  17. Effects of Household Events on Homeownership at Higher Ages: Temporary or Lasting?Peteke Feijten, Utrecht University

  18. The Educational Assimilation of Immigrant YouthDeborah L. Garvey, Santa Clara University

  19. Assessing the Availability and Access to Child Care: Evidence from the State of IllinoisAnnie Georges, Columbia University

  20. Welfare Aspects of Child-Shifting in JamaicaGodfrey A. Gibbison, University of the West Indies at Mona

  21. Occupational Effects on Family Formation in the United StatesJill Grigsby, Pomona College

  22. Hazards of Nonresidential Fatherhood for Cohabiting and Married Fathers in the US, 1983-97Sanjiv Gupta, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

  23. Contemporary Stepfamily Forms in America and the Academic Outcomes of AdolescentsKathryn Harker, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  24. Career Orientation and Contraceptive Use among Unmarried Women: Setting the Stage for Successful Welfare Reform?Melissa A. Horwitz, Ohio State University

  25. The Effects of Joint Custody on the Involvement of Nonresident ParentsChien-Chung Huang, Rutgers University

  26. Empowerment through Employment? Resisting Gender-Based Violence in the Home: The Relationship between Women's Employment and Experience of Domestic Violence in NicaraguaKiersten B. Johnson, University of Maryland

  27. Does Child Support Enforcement Help to Strengthen the Bond between Nonresident Fathers and Their Children?Heather Koball, Urban Institute; Desiree Principe, Urban Institute

  28. Young Fathers' Involvement with Fragile Families: A Longitudinal AnalysisHeather Koball, Urban Institute

  29. Parental Coresidence Transitions for Children in the Years Surrounding Welfare Reform: Evidence from the Survey of Program DynamicsRose Kreider, U.S. Census Bureau

  30. Custodial Fathers-Do They Work More or Less?Tsui-Fang Lin, Cornell University; Jennjou Chen, Cornell University

  31. Demand for Child Labor and its Effect on Fertility and Child Schooling during Agricultural Transition: An Evidence from West Bengal, IndiaPrasanta K. Majumdar, Indian Statistical Institute; Dilip K. Dolui, Bhatter College

  32. Parental Cohabitation Experience and Adolescent Behavioral OutcomesWendy D. Manning, Bowling Green State University; Ron Bulanda, Bowling Green State University

  33. Who Pays for Child Care?Mark Mather, Population Reference Bureau

  34. Pathways to First Child: Union Formation and Transition to First Birth: Japan and the NetherlandsHideko Matsuo, University of Groningen

  35. Parents' Feelings about Time with Children: The Influence of Employment, Family Structure, and GenderMelissa A. Milkie, University of Maryland; Marybeth J. Mattingly, University of Maryland; Kei Nomaguchi, University of Maryland; John P. Robinson, University of Maryland

  36. Factors Associated with Retention in the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP): Evidence from NJKidCareJane E. Miller, Rutgers University; Dorothy Gaboda, Rutgers University; Joel Cantor, Rutgers University; Tami Videon, Institute for Health Research; Yamalis Diaz, Rutgers University

  37. Responsible Fatherhood and the Risk of Family ViolenceRonald Mincy, Columbia University

  38. From Arranged to Consensual Unions: Understanding the Changes in Marital Behaviors in Rural SenegalNathalie Mondain, Harvard University

  39. Life before Marriage: Understanding the Increase in Premarital Pregnancies in Rural SenegalNathalie Mondain, Harvard University; Valérie Delaunay, Harvard University

  40. Parent Religious Beliefs and Adolescent OutcomesKristin Moore, Child Trends; Elizabeth C. Hair, Child Trends

  41. Modernization vs. Traditional Revival: The Changing Nature of Marriage among Urban Malays of Peninsular MalaysiaAudrey E. Mouser, Brown University

  42. A Comparative Analysis of Household Formation in the United States, the Netherlands and West GermanyClara H. Mulder, University of Amsterdam; William A.V. Clark, University of California at Los Angeles; Michael Wagner, Universitaet Koeln

  43. Maternal Employment, Context of Gender Role Differentiation, and Marital Quality Trajectories: A U.S.-Japan ComparisonHiromi Ono, University of Michigan

  44. An Intergenerational Perspective of Age at Marriage in India: A Case of RajasthanAjay Pandey, National Commission on Population (NCP)

  45. Living Arrangements, Support Resources, and Single Mothers' EmploymentJung Min Park, University of Pennsylvania

  46. The End of the Japanese American Family?Kristen K. Peterson, Brown University

  47. The Family Histories of Children Whose Mothers CohabitKelly Raley, University of Texas; Elizabeth M. Wildsmith, University of Texas at Austin

  48. Influence of Family Structure on Children's Educational Attainment, Health, and Behavior in India: Recent Findings from NFHSNiranjan Saggurti, Siro Research Foundation

  49. Childcare among Working Women: A Comparative Study of the Selected States of IndiaAnjula Saraff, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Harish C. Srivastava, International Institute for Population Science (IIPS)

  50. The Sex Differential in Adult Children's Marital and Employment Transitions and Decisions to Move Back HomeChing-yi A. Shieh, University of Maryland

  51. Women's Employment and Status in India: Does Earning for Money Make the Difference?Rabindra Kumar Sinha, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Praween Kumar Agrawal, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Sutapa Maiti, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  52. Fatherhood and Childcare: A Comparative Analysis of Chinese and Korean FamiliesYoo-Jean Song, Brown University

  53. Household Change in the United States, 1900-2000: Changing Choices or Changing Demography?Gretchen Stockmayer, University of California at Berkeley

  54. Declining Female Child Population in Haryana and the Impact of Sex Determination TechnologiesSayeed Unisa, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Ram B. Bhagat, Maharshi Dayanand University; Sutapa Maiti, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  55. Age Pattern of Indian Marriages and Future PerspectiveShalini Verma, Population Council

  56. Women's Income Security in Later Life: Trajectories over the Life CourseAndrea Willson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  57. Second Union Formation in CanadaZheng Wu, University of Victoria; Christoph M. Schimmele, University of Victoria

  58. Marriage Attitudes in Transitional TaiwanLi-Shou Yang, University of Michigan; Harvey Hui-Sheng Lin, Bureau of Health Promotion, Department of Health, Taiwan, ROC

  59. Availability or Preference: Domestic Adoption of Girls in Rural ChinaWeiguo Zhang, University of Toronto