Poster Session 3:
Aging, Methods, Applied Demography

Thursday, May 9
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

  1. Service Uptake for Sick Children in Rural Bangladesh: the Roles of Access and the Quality of CareNurul Alam, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research

  2. The Validation of an Instrument to Identify Maternal DeathsSandra V. Alves, University of Texas at Austin; Ana B Ludermir, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco; Maria Bernadete C. Antunes, Universidade de Pernambuco

  3. Bridging Multiple Race Back to Single Race CategoriesElizabeth Arias, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Jacqueline B. Lucas, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  4. Effects of Small Modifications to the AdRec MethodJosie Baker, U.S. Census Bureau

  5. The State of Marriage in Africa: Cohort Forecasts for Women in 5 CountriesKristine R. Baker, University of Pennsylvania

  6. Ancestry in the United States: Findings from the Census 2000 Supplementary SurveyAngela M. Brittingham, U.S. Census Bureau

  7. Historic Profile of Demographic Analysis and Population Estimates: Components across Time (1935-2000)Antonio Bruce, U.S. Census Bureau; Arjun Adlakha, U.S. Census Bureau; Peter Johnson, U.S. Census Bureau; Gregory Robinson, U.S. Census Bureau

  8. Racial Differences in Formal Long-Term Care: Does the Timing of Parenthood Play a Role?Kathleen A. Cagney, University of Chicago; Emily M. Agree, Johns Hopkins University; Nan M. Astone, Johns Hopkins University

  9. Fewer Parameters for Better Representation: Illustration of Mortality Forecast with Indian DataRajesh K. Chauhan, Australian National University

  10. The Structured Population Event History Register - A Relational Data Model to Manage Longitudinal Population DataSamuel Clark, University of Pennsylvania

  11. Measures of Estimates QualityCharles D. Coleman, U.S. Census Bureau

  12. Nuptiality Life Tables: Puerto Rico, 1990Sonia Gisselle Collazo-Acevedo, University of Puerto Rico

  13. Mexico, a Young Country in a Fast Ageing Process Coverage in the Marked Labor, Pensions and HealthMaria Cristina Conceicao, La Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO)

  14. Hospitalization Behavior of Elders in a Multicultural Urban EnvironmentKatherine M. Condon, U.S. Bureau of the Census

  15. Comparing Two Sets of Postcensal County Population Estimates with Decennial Census Results [Poster Session]Sam T. Davis, U.S. Census Bureau

  16. Modeling Educational Attainment at the Individual Level in BrazilChristopher E. Dunn, University of Michigan

  17. The Future of the Elderly's Living Arrangements in Bangkok, ThailandYoshie M. Durand, Pennsylvania State University

  18. Poverty Experiences and the Transition to Adolescence: Measuring the Impact of Poverty Status and Duration on Internalized and Externalized Outcomes of Young AdolescentsBridget J. Goosby, Pennsylvania State University

  19. Evaluation of 1990 Based Subcounty Population Estimates and ComponentsGregory Harper, U.S. Census Bureau; Charles D. Coleman, U.S. Census Bureau

  20. Separate Safety Nets: Economic Security of Minority RetireesHarley Heimovitz, U.S. Census Bureau

  21. Demographics of the Older Population: Findings from Census 2000Lisa Hetzel, U.S. Census Bureau

  22. Cause behind Sex Preference: How Important Is the Old Age Security Concern?Kiyomi Horiuchi, Johns Hopkins University

  23. The Family Cap and Nonmarital Fertility: An Approach Correcting for Heteroscedasticity and Autocorrelated ErrorsAnn Horvath-Rose, Cornell University; Joseph J. Sabia, Cornell University

  24. Models on Birth Order Distribution for the Study of Fertility and Family Planning PerformancesAnnamma K. Isac, AIDS Control Society

  25. The Improvement in California's Mail Response Rate in Census 2000Martha W. M. Jones, California Research Bureau

  26. Estimation of the Effects of Various Health Characteristics on Life Expectancy Projection: A Model with Multiple CovariatesNathan Jones, RAND

  27. The Tremin Trust Research Program: A 67-Year Old Intergenerational Data Set on Women's HealthPhyllis Kernoff Mansfield, Pennsylvania State University; Molly S. Carey, Pennsylvania State University

  28. A General Single Equation Estimate of Sample Size for Regression ModelsRodney J. Knight, Principia International; Lisa M. Belzak, Principia International

  29. New Estimates of Fall-Related Injuries among the Older PopulationEllen Kramarow, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Margaret Warner, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Paula Friedenberg, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  30. The Graying Population in India: Future ChallengesVijaya S. Kumar, Council for Social Development, India

  31. The Three-Card Method: A New Technique for Estimating Legal Status of Foreign-Born Persons in a Census or SurveyEric M. Larson, U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO); Judith A. Droitcour, U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO); Fritz J. Scheuren, Urban Institute

  32. Modeling Mortality of Oldest-Old PopulationNan Li, University of Victoria; Zheng Wu, University of Victoria

  33. Chinese Elders' Health Status: Comparison between Rural and Urban AreasHui Liu, Nankai University

  34. Disability Question Formats and Active Life Expectancy Estimates: A Comparison of Two Major National SurveysScott M. Lynch, Princeton University; J. Scott Brown, Duke University; Katherine G. Harmsen, Duke University

  35. Age, Schooling and Small Businesses in MexicoSarah Martínez, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte; Carla Pederzini, Universidad Ibeoramenricana

  36. Ethnic and Economic Determinants of Grandparent-Grandchild Coresidence in the United StatesJane Mauldon, University of California at Berkeley; Heidi Sommer, University of California at Berkeley; Nicole Maestas, University of California at Berkeley

  37. Foreign-Born Seniors and Their Living Arrangements: Canada in the 1990sMargaret Michalowski, Statistics Canada; Kelly Matier, Statistics Canada

  38. On Non-Sampling Bias: Reflection from National Family Health Survey in India-2Subrato Kumar Mondal, National Council of Applied Economic Research, India

  39. Elderly people in Bangladesh: A Case of Rural MatlabGolam Mostafa, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research

  40. Population Change, Natural Resources, and the EnvironmentDewaram A. Nagdeve, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  41. Public Use Census Data: Quality, Value, and ConfidentialityLisa J. Neidert, University of Michigan; Albert F. Anderson, Public Data Queries, Inc.

  42. The Contribution of Longitudinal Studies to Census Interpretation in Rural Kwa-Zulu Natal: South AfricaNompumelelo Nzimande, University of Natal; Kobus Herbst, Africa Center for Health and Population Studies; Brice Gijsertsen, Africa Center for Health and Population Studies

  43. The Application of Survival Analysis in Child Abuse ResearchJulianne K. Ohlander, Pennsylvania State University; Ken Chew, University of California at Irvine

  44. Demographic Response to Socioeconomic Change - the Case of the Czech RepublicHana Pacalova, Duke University

  45. Health Conditions in Brazil: How the Elderly DieNeir A. Paes, Federal University of Paraiba

  46. Measures of Geographically Uneven Subgroup Population Change and Succession in Multiethnic ContextMichael X. Reibel, California State Polytechnic University

  47. Family Reporting Patterns for the Ethnic Origin and Population Group (Race) Questions in the 1996 Census of CanadaViviane Renaud, Statistics Canada

  48. In Search of Elderly-Friendly Places: Neighborhood-Level Determinants of 1990-2000 Change in Persons 65 Years and over in Metropolitan PortlandIrina V. Sharkova, Portland State University; Yvonne L. Michael, Portland State University

  49. Ward-Wise Population Projection of Greater Mumbai: A Different Methodological ApproachChander Shekhar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Faujdar Ram, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  50. Parenthood and Living Arrangements: The Decline in Adult Support for Parents, 1880-1990Susan E. Short, Brown University; Berna S. Miller, Brown University

  51. Gender and Family Support among Older Adults in South IndiaSudha Shreeniwas, University of North Carolina at Greensboro; S. Irudaya Rajan, Centre for Development Studies; P.S. Sarma, Achutha Menon Center

  52. Migration and the Collection of Continuous Demographic DataSundar Shrestha, Institute of Agriculture and Animal Sciences; Sujan Shrestha, Institute of Agriculture and Animal Sciences

  53. An Evaluation of Alternative Methods of Estimating Population by Age, Race and Hispanic Origin at the County LevelLarry D. Sink, U.S. Census Bureau

  54. Six Degrees of Separation: Invariant to Population Size?Erik D. Smith, University of California at Berkeley

  55. On Measuring Relative Deprivation with an Application to the U.S. Labor ForceQuincy Stewart, University Of Pennsylvania

  56. The National Cohort Method in Small Area Population EstimatesZongli Tang, Auburn University

  57. Comparing the 2000 National Population Estimates with Census 2000Melissa Therrien, U.S. Census Bureau; Kirsten West, U.S. Census Bureau

  58. Self-Reported Prevalence of Disability among Asian AmericansSarah E. Tom, University of California at San Francisco

  59. Bequest Motives and Inequality in IndonesiaTurro Wongkaren, University of Hawaii at Manoa