Poster Session 5:
Migration, Ethnicity, Race, Education, Inequality, Labor Force

Friday, May 10
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

  1. Family, Ethnicity and Patient AutonomyTalal J. Aboumrad, American University of Beirut; Prem C. Saxena, American University of Beirut

  2. When Is a Refugee Not a Refugee? Flexible Categories in Refugee/Host Relations in Sembakounya, GuineaB. Lacey Andrews, Brown University

  3. Both Sides of the Border: Mexican Women and Their Migration ExperienceVeronica C. Aravena, University of Texas at Austin

  4. Consequences of Overseas Labor Migration of Filipinos on the Household Division of LaborFlorio Arguillas, Jr., Cornell University; Marie Joy B. Arguillas, Cornell University

  5. Labor Force Participation of Married Couples in Turkey: Analysis of the Effect of Export-Oriented Growth and Added vs. Discouraged Worker EffectsCem Baslevent, Istanbul Bilgi University; Ozlem Onaran, Istanbul Technical University

  6. The Labor Force Participation of Muslim Women in Canada: How Important is Ethnic Origin?Adina K. Batnitzky, Brown University

  7. Measuring Returns to Migration Using the Method of Maximum Simulated Likelihood: An Application to Migration among Poor WhitesRobert Baumann, Ohio State University; Stephen Cosslett, Ohio State University; Patricia Reagan, Ohio State University

  8. Mapping Migration Data: Census 2000 Supplementary SurveyBonny M. Berkner, U.S. Census Bureau

  9. Globalization and Labor Mobility: Emerging Patterns of Internal and International Migration in IndiaSanghita Bhattacharyya, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Ravi S. Srivastava, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  10. How Context Influences Race Differences in Marital OutcomesMatthew D. Bramlett, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; William Mosher, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  11. U.S. Immigration Policy and the Wages of Undocumented Mexican WorkersPeter Brownell, University of California at Berkeley

  12. New Tendencies of Metropolitan and Intra-Municipal Expansion: The Role of Migration in the Case of Guarulhos, BrazilRoberto L. Carmo, Universidade Estadual de Campinas; Ricardo Abreu, Universidade Estadual de Campinas

  13. Globalization, Migration and Consumption: Piecing the Puzzle Together in North Sulawesi, IndonesiaSusie Cassels, Princeton University

  14. The Dynamics of Social Changes and Family Attainment Norms: The Effects of Parental Education, Sibship Structure, and Gender Differences on School Transitions in TaiwanHuey-Chi Chang, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  15. Hidden in Plain Sight: Global Labor Force Exchange in the Chinese American Population of the 19th and Early 20th CenturiesKen Chew, University of California at Irvine; John Liu, University of California at Irvine

  16. Hispanic Population Growth and Dispersion in Rural America: New Evidence from the 2000 CensusJohn Cromartie, U.S. Department of Agriculture (DOA); William A. Kandel, U.S. Department of Agriculture (DOA)

  17. Women in the Great Migration: Occupational Status of Black and White Female Migrants in 1920, 1940 and 1970Katherine J. Curtis, University of Washington

  18. Immigration and Religious Change in BrazilRene D. Decol, Escola de Comercio Alvares Penteado

  19. The "Other" Race of Mexican AmericansJulie A. Dowling, University of Texas at Austin

  20. Determination of Educational Attainment at Birth in BrazilChristopher E. Dunn, University of Michigan

  21. Public Assistance Use among Native-Born Children of Immigrants after Welfare ReformPaula Fomby, Johns Hopkins University; Andrew J. Cherlin, Johns Hopkins University; Ronald Angel, University of Texas at Austin; Jane Henrici, University of Memphis

  22. Residential Site Choice by Ethnicity- Demand Side EstimationMercedes Garcia-Escribano, University of Chicago

  23. Housing Characteristics of American Indian HouseholdersGinger L. Gossman, University of Texas at Austin

  24. Welfare Reform Policies and State Migration Rates of Welfare Poor FamiliesDeborah Graefe, Pennsylvania State University; Gordon F. De Jong, Pennsylvania State University; Tanja St. Pierre, Pennsylvania State University

  25. Language Use and English Ability of School-Aged Children in the United States, 2000Nikki L. Graf, U.S. Census Bureau; Kurt J Bauman, U.S. Census Bureau; Rosalind R. Bruno, U.S. Census Bureau

  26. Using the American Community Survey to Assess Labor Force CapacitiesNikki L. Graf, U.S. Census Bureau; Robert Kominski, U.S. Census Bureau; Scott Boggess, U.S. Census Bureau

  27. Who Fails to Go to College in Colombia and Why?Juan C. Guzman, Princeton University

  28. The Aging Teacher Workforce - One Crisis or Many? Or None?John Haaga, Population Reference Bureau; Nicole Bramstedt, Population Reference Bureau

  29. Government Behavior and Regional Variations in Housing Choice: A Case Study of Three Cities in ChinaYouqin Huang, State University of New York at Albany

  30. Debunking the Myth of the Cuban Elite: Socioeconomic Status among Cuban-Americans in the United StatesMaren Andrea Jimenez, University of Texas at Austin; Dennis J. Donahue, University of Texas at Austin

  31. Work and the Digital Divide: An Examination of Information Technology Stratification in the American Work ForceTara R. Keniry, University of Texas at Austin

  32. Farmer, Entrepreneur, or Cadre?Kim Korinek, University of Washington

  33. School and Home Life of Mexican-Origin AdolescentsLorena G. Lopez, University of Texas at Austin

  34. A Simulating Study of the Effects of Population and Market Factors on the Marine Fishery Products: Case of Zhoushan, PRCJiehua Lu, Beijing University; Guangzhou Wang, Harbin Institute of Technology; Jianxin Li, Beijing University; Wenmei Cai, Beijing University

  35. Economic Opportunities for Workers with Limited English AbilitiesNan L. Maxwell, California State University at Hayward

  36. Internal Migration Post 2000: Exploring a New Approach to Produce Intercensal Migration Rates by Race and Hispanic OriginEsther R. Miller, U.S. Census Bureau

  37. Determinants of Children's Schooling in Madhya Pradesh - A State in IndiaShilpi Mishra, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  38. Net Migration and Natural Increase by Race and Hispanic Origin for Central City, Suburban and Nonmetropolitan Counties of the United States, 1990-2000Steve Murdock, Texas A&M University; Kenneth M. Johnson, Loyola University Chicago

  39. Urbanization and Development - An Insight into Delhi Metropolitan RegionSudesh Nangia, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Tapash Biswas, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  40. Child Labor and Elementary EducationPralip Kumar Narzary, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  41. From Generation to Generation: Survival and Maintenance of Canada's Aboriginal Languages, within Families, Communities and CitiesMary Jane Norris, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada; Lorna Jantzen, Canadian Heritage; Karen MacCon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada

  42. Occupational Gender Segregation and Effects on Wages in BrazilAna Oliveira, Federal University of Minas Gerais

  43. Labor Force Participation of Immigrants from Mainland Southeast Asia: An Intergenerational AnalysisBunnak Poch, Mississippi State University

  44. Rural and Urban Brothers in the GambiaAmy A. Ratcliffe, Medical Research Council, The Gambia; Gijs Walraven, Medical Research Council, The Gambia

  45. Educational Stratification and Grade Progression in BrazilEduardo L.G. Rios-Neto, Federal University of Minas Gerais; Cibele C. C├ęsar, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais

  46. Do Individual and Institutional Characteristics Influence Student Financial Aid Receipt?Camille Ryan, U.S. Census Bureau; Scott Boggess, U.S. Census Bureau

  47. Naturalization Rates of Immigrant Cohorts in the U.S.: An Update through 2000Nancy Rytina, U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS)

  48. Who Moves?: The Determinants of MovingJason P. Schachter, U.S. Census Bureau

  49. Is the Lamp Lit beside the Golden Door for All? Educational Disparities among Asian and Pacific Islanders and HispanicsHyon B. Shin, U.S. Census Bureau; Amie Jamieson, U.S. Census Bureau

  50. Better Environments or Better Students? Why Black Graduation Rates Are Higher in Some Elite Colleges than OthersMario L. Small, Princeton University

  51. Alike but Different: Multiple Race Kids and Their Single Race Counterparts in Census 2000Amy Symens Smith, U.S. Census Bureau; Nicholas A. Jones, U.S. Census Bureau

  52. The Impact of Immigration on the U.S. Labor ForceQuincy Stewart, University Of Pennsylvania

  53. Women in Changing Dimensions of MigrationD. Sundaram, University of Madras

  54. Self-Identification and Multiracial Reporting for Hispanic/Latino AdolescentsGregg S. Taliaferro, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS); James B. Kirby, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)

  55. Racial Differences in Childhood Exposure to Neighborhood Poverty and AffluenceJeffrey M. Timberlake, University of Chicago

  56. A Demographic Portrait of Persons in the Asylum Process and Implications for the U.S. Census Bureau's Population EstimatesBarbara J. van der Vate, U.S. Census Bureau

  57. Race and Ethnic Differences in the Behavioral Response to Health ShocksSven E. Wilson, Brigham Young University

  58. Scientists, Engineers, and Technicians in China and Japan: Sociodemographic CharacteristicsDavid Zaslow, U.S. Census Bureau