Thursday, April 11 / 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM   •   Napoleon Exposition Hall

Poster Session 4

  1. Does Information Matter for Women Decisions? Experimental Evidence from ChildcareVincenzo Galasso, Universita’ della Svizzera Italiana ; Paola Profeta, Università Bocconi ; Chiara Pronzato, Università degli Studi di Torino

  2. Côte d’Ivoire: Towards Education for All in 2015? Analysis of Indicators for the Monitoring of Ivorian Education System ProgressKouassi De Syg Seke, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD)

  3. “What Is a Child Like You Doing with Condoms”? Barriers to Condom Use among Adolescents in Two Rural Districts of GhanaEdward Adiibokah, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC) ; Samuel Afari-Asiedu, Kintampo Health Research Centre (KHRC)

  4. Adolescent Pregnancy and Education Trajectories in MalawiSatvika Chalasani, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) ; Christine A. Kelly, Population Council ; Barbara S. Mensch, Population Council ; Erica Soler-Hampejsek, Population Council

  5. Mothering as Migrants: Experiences from the Informal Settlements of Nairobi, KenyaCassandra Cotton, McGill University ; Donatien Beguy, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)

  6. The Impact of a National Poverty Program on the Sex Partner Characteristics of Adolescents in KenyaMolly S. Rosenberg, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Audrey Pettifor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  7. Gender-Based Violence against Adolescent and Young Adult Women in Low and Middle Income CountriesMichele Decker, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health ; Robert Blum, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

  8. The Trend of Nutritional Status for Female Youth in Low Income and Middle Income Countries from 1999 to 2009Huan He, Johns Hopkins University

  9. Obesity and Nonrelationship Sex: Are Obese Young Adults Hooking Up?Holly R. Fee, Bowling Green State University

  10. Knowledge and Perception about Family Life Education and Reproductive Health Issues among Unmarried Adolescent Women of Rural India: Evidences from DLHS 3Rajiva Prasad, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  11. Understanding Alcoholism in Young Adults Using Durkheim's Theory of SuicideWesley L. James, University of Memphis ; Anna S. Mueller, University of Memphis ; Seth Abrutyn, University of Memphis

  12. Examining the Limits of Social Contagion: Suicide Suggestion in Early AdulthoodAnna S. Mueller, University of Memphis ; Seth Abrutyn, University of Memphis ; Cynthia Stockton, University of Memphis

  13. Teen Parenthood and Adult Civic Engagement: New Evidence from the NLSY97Joseph J. Sabia, San Diego State University ; Reggie Covinald, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.

  14. Sex, Socioeconomic and Regional Disparities in BMI Trajectories across Childhood and Their Implications on Underweight and Overweight in Reform-Era ChinaLinda K. George, Duke University

  15. Determinants of HIV/AIDS Awareness among Garment Workers in Dhaka City, BangladeshNazrul Mondal, Rajshahi University ; Nazrul Hoque, University of Texas at San Antonio ; Rafiqul Islam, Rajshahi University

  16. Influence of Spousal Age Difference on Fertility: A Study on Married Adolescent Girls in BangladeshMohammad Amirul Islam, Bangladesh Agricultural University

  17. Examining the Intergenerational Transmission of Disadvantage: The Effect of Parental Incarceration among Young Adults in the U.S.Jerrett Jones, University of Wisconsin-Madison ; Michael Massoglia, University of Wisconsin-Madison ; Ellen Dinsmore, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  18. Black Men’s Imprisonment and Black Women’s Non-Martial Fertility Rate: A County-Level AnalysisYujin Kim, University of Texas at Austin

  19. Do Concealed Gun Permits Deter Crime? New Results from a Dynamic ModelMarjorie McElroy, Duke University ; Peichun Wang, University of Pennsylvania

  20. Is Religious Affiliation Influencing Prevention and Treatment of Malaria among Children in Uganda?Patricia Ndugga, Makerere University

  21. Food Insecurity during Childhood: Understanding Persistence and Change Using Linked Current Population Survey DataSheela Kennedy, University of Minnesota ; Catherine A. Fitch, University of Minnesota ; Julia A. Rivera Drew, University of Minnesota

  22. Variations in the Experience of Job Displacement for Single Mothers and the Effects on Their Children’s Educational OutcomesJuli Simon Thomas, University of California, Los Angeles

  23. Migration, Remittances and the Well-Being of Left-behind Children: A National-Level Quantitative Assessment of GuatemalaJason Davis, Carolina Population Center

  24. Children’s Personality and Coping with Residential Instability after Divorce: Evidence for an Asymmetric Matthew EffectAn Katrien Sodermans, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven ; Sofie Vanassche, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

  25. Family Structure Transition and Early Childhood Development: Evidence from a Population-Based Birth Cohort Study in TaiwanJennifer Chun-Li Wu, National Taipei University of Education ; Tung-Liang Chiang, National Taiwan University

  26. Family, Gender and Secondary Schooling in Latin AmericaLaurie DeRose, University of Maryland ; Marcos Agurto, Universidad de Piura ; Paul Corcuera Garcia, Universidad de Piura ; Marga Gonzalvo, Universitat Internacional de Catalunya ; Gloria Huarcaya, Universidad de Piura ; Jesús Palacios, Universidad de Piura ; Andres Salazar, Universidad de La Sabana

  27. Ghanaian Youth Attitudes towards HIV/AIDS: The Role of HIV/AIDS Behaviour Change Communication MessagesKamil Fuseini, University of Ghana ; Emmanuel O. Tawiah, University of Ghana

  28. Programs to Support Orphans and Vulnerable Children in UgandaSouleymane Barry, Social & Scientific Systems, Inc. ; Bryan Sayer, Social & Scientific Systems, Inc. ; Barbara Amuron, Social & Scientific Systems, Inc. ; Vincent Owaro, Social & Scientific Systems, Inc. ; Sarah Kyokusingura, Social & Scientific Systems, Inc. ; M. J. Mugerwa, Social & Scientific Systems, Inc.

  29. Family Life Education and Safer Sex: Perception and Attitude among Indian AdolescentsRavisankar Kulasekaran, Annamalai University

  30. Mothers’ Perceived HIV Status and Children’s Schooling in Rural Mozambique: The Role of Self-Rated HealthLuciana Luz, Arizona State University

  31. Communicating with Siblings about Sexual and Reproductive Health: Likelihood, Gendered Patterns and Learning Mechanisms among AdolescentsDela Kusi-Appouh, Population Council

  32. Trends in HIV Prevalence, Incidence and Demographic, Behavioral, and Biological Risk Factors among Youth in Rakai, Uganda, 1999-2011Zoe R. Edelstein, Columbia University ; Ying Wei, Columbia University ; Sanyukta Mathur, Columbia University ; Fred Nalugoda, Rakai Health Sciences Program ; Tom Lutalo, Rakai Project ; Ronald H. Gray, Johns Hopkins University ; Maria Wawer, Johns Hopkins University ; David Serwadda, Makerere University

  33. Youth Mortality Due to HIV/AIDS in South Africa, 2006- 2009: an Analysis of the Levels of Mortality Using Life Table TechniquesNicole De Wet, University of the Witwatersrand ; Somefun Oluwaseyi, University of the Witwatersrand

  34. Levels and Causes of Adolescent Mortality in South AfricaClifford O. Odimegwu, University of the Witwatersrand

  35. Long-Term Impact of Malnutrition on Education Outcomes for Children in Rural TanzaniaLucia Luzi, Boston University

  36. Explaining Change in Child Overweight in Less Developed Countries: A Decomposition AnalysisKelly Balistreri, Bowling Green State University

  37. What Makes Inequalities in Nutritional Status of Children: An Analysis from NFHS-3 Data in EAG Sates of IndiaRitesh Ranjan Pushkar, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  38. Maternal Characteristics and Child Nutritional Status in LiberiaMaame Peterson, University of Ghana

  39. Stressful Life Events and Longitudinal Patterns of Obesity from Adolescence to Young AdulthoodBethany K. Wexler Rainisch, California State University, Northridge ; Dawn Upchurch, University of California, Los Angeles

  40. Obesogenic and Youth Oriented Restaurant Marketing in Public Housing NeighborhoodsRebecca Lee, University of Houston ; Katie Heinrich, Kansas State University ; Jacqueline Reese-Smith, University of Texas ; Gail Regan, Castleton State College

  41. Recent Child and Adolescent Obesity Patterns in NYC: A Quantile/Binary Regression AnalysisStuart H. Sweeney, University of California, Santa Barbara ; Kevin J. Konty, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

  42. Caregivers’ Nutritional Knowledge, Income and Children’s Intake across Three Ecological Zones in Ghana. The ENAM StudyAaron K. Christian, University of Ghana and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Esi Colecraft, University of Ghana ; Grace Marquis, McGill University ; Owuraku Sakyi-Dawson, University of Ghana ; Anna Lartey, University of Ghana ; Lorna Michael Butler, Iowa State University

  43. Is Mother's Labor Market Participation Related to Childhood Weight Changes in the United States?: Evidence from Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten Cohorts (ECLS-K)Haeil Jung, Indiana University, Bloomington ; Chaeyoung Chang, Indiana University, Bloomington

  44. How Are Improvements in Child Health Distributed? Examining Socio-Economic and Ethno-Linguistic Shifts in Kazakhstan, 1995-2006Cynthia Buckley, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ; Courtney Cuthbertson, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  45. Public Policy and Food Insecurity among ChildrenNeeraj Kaushal, Columbia University ; Vanessa Wight, Columbia University

  46. Constructing and Benchmarking the Supplemental Poverty Measure in the Panel Study of Income DynamicsSara Kimberlin, University of California, Berkeley

  47. Obstacles to Births Registration in Urban African Evidence from the Ouagadougou Health and Demographic Surveillance SystemAbdramane Soura, Université de Ouagadougou

  48. Different Worlds of Welfare in a Heterogeneous Country: The Brazilian CaseHelena Cruz Castanheira, University of Pennsylvania ; Eduardo L. G. Rios-Neto, Cedeplar, UFMG

  49. High School Employment, Dropping Out and Early Fertility among Young MenNicole Constance, Pennsylvania State University

  50. Urban Integration in the City of Kinshasa. A Biographic Analysis of Impact of Employment and Union Formation on Access to First Independent HousingPongi Nyuba, Université Catholique de Louvain

  51. Wealth Inequalities across GenerationsAgnese Vitali, Università Bocconi ; Frank Furstenberg, University of Pennsylvania

  52. The Adult Trajectories in MexicoGuadalupe Fabiola Perez Baleon, El Colegio de México

  53. On Our Road to Success - the Street Is only a Stepping Stone: Street Vendors’ Account of Goals, Strategies and ObstaclesNana Yaa G. Boakye, University of Ghana

  54. The Role of Parental Social Class in the Transition to Adulthood: A Sequence Analysis Approach in Italy and the United StatesMaria Sironi, University of Pennsylvania ; Nicola Barban, University of Groningen ; Roberto Impicciatore, Università degli Studi di Milano

  55. Parental Coresidence among Young Adult Women: A Comparison across Races and GenerationsMelanie A. Zilora, Carnegie Mellon University

  56. Residential Variation in Poverty during the Transition to Adulthood in the United States: An Analysis of Panel DataPaul Berry, Cornell University

  57. Parental Age and Cognitive Disability among Children in the United StatesPhilip N. Cohen, University of Maryland

  58. Birth Order and Mortality Risk: All-Cause and Cause-Specific TrendsKieron Barclay, Stockholm University ; Martin Kolk, Stockholm University

  59. Birth Preparedness and Complication Readiness: Perception, Practices and Its Linkages with Maternal Health. A Study in Most Populous State (Uttar Pradesh) of IndiaPrahlad Kumar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  60. Sex Differences in U5MR: Estimation and Identification of Countries with Outlying Levels or TrendsLeontine Alkema, National University of Singapore ; Cheryl C. Sawyer, United Nations

  61. India’s Progress towards the Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5 on Infant and Maternal MortalityHanimi Reddy Modugu, IntraHealth International, Inc. ; Manas Pradhan, Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) ; Rohini Ghosh, Independent Consultant

  62. Socioeconomic Inequalities in Child Mortality in Three Rural Tanzanian DistrictsMalick Kante, Columbia University ; Honorati Masanja, Ifakara Health Research and Development Centre ; Mrema Sigilbert, Ifakara Health Institute (IHI) ; Amri Shamte, Ifakara Health Institute (IHI) ; Rose Nathan, Ifakara Health Institute (IHI)

  63. Evaluating Stability and Fluidity of Multiracial Responses in the 2000 and 2010 CensusSonya Rastogi, U.S. Census Bureau ; James Noon, U.S. Census Bureau ; Ellen Zapata, U.S. Census Bureau ; Nicholas A. Jones, U.S. Census Bureau

  64. Parental Migration across the Life Course and Children's Schooling in NepalScott T. Yabiku, Arizona State University

  65. Collateral Damage: The German Food Crisis, Educational Attainment and Labor Market Outcomes of German Post-War CohortsHendrik Juerges, Universität Wuppertal

  66. Gender Inequality, Intrahousehold Allocation and Educational Outcomes in Rural China: Evidence from Sibling DataLi-Chung Hu, University of Pennsylvania

  67. Con Ganas y Más: A Cross-Cohort Analysis of Factors Contributing to the Increase in Undergraduate Enrollment of LatinasClarissa Ozuna, University of Texas at San Antonio

  68. Variation by Course Subject in the Association between Obesity and Grade Point AverageAmelia R. Branigan, Northwestern University

  69. Measuring Progress toward Universal Primary Education: An Examination of IndicatorsRay Langsten, American University in Cairo

  70. Gender, Tutoring and Track in Egyptian EducationEman Shady, American University in Cairo

  71. Irrelevance of High School Performance for Reversal of the College Gender GapElwood Carlson, Florida State University ; Amanda Poling, Florida State University

  72. Do Co-Residing Grandparents Alleviate the Negative Effect of Sibship Size on Educational Achievement?Martin Kreidl, Masaryk University ; Barbora Hubatková, Masaryk University

  73. The Returns to College Education: A Reassessment of Heterogeneous Treatment EffectsStefanie Lightner, University of Minnesota ; Andrew Halpern-Manners, University of Minnesota

  74. Social Stratification in China’s Higher Education Expansion: Findings from a College Student Panel Survey in BeijingXiaogang Wu, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

  75. Family Structure and Education Attainment of Children in the Slums of NairobiBenta A. Abuya, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) ; Maurice Mutisya, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) ; Moses Ngware, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) ; Moses Oketch, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)

  76. Is Attendance All That Matters? The Relationship between High School Grades and Later-Life Health OutcomesLauren H. Nicholas, University of Michigan ; Gunnar Malmberg, Umeå University

  77. The Role of Migration on the Educational Expectations of First-Generation Latino AdolescentsLisa Spees, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Krista Perreira, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  78. The Effects of Declining Public Support on Student Outcomes in Community CollegesHans Johnson, Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) ; Belinda Reyes, San Francisco State University

  79. The Effects of Having a Disabled Sibling during Childhood on Young Adults’ Educational AttainmentAnna Penner, University of California, Riverside

  80. The Effect of Teacher Qualifications on Student Achievement Gains: Evidence from the FUNDESCOLA Schools in Brazil, 1999-2003Raquel Guimaraes, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG)

  81. The Effect of Teacher Content Knowledge on Student Achievement: A Quantitative Case Analysis of Six Brazilian StatesRaquel Guimaraes, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG) ; Asha Sitaram, Stanford University ; Lucia Jardon, Universität Zürich ; Shimpei Taguchi, Stanford University ; Lenora Robinson, Harlem Village Academies

  82. The Pill and Men's Disappearance from the Teaching SectorHerdis Steingrimsdottir, Copenhagen Business School

  83. Do Expectations Make the Difference?: A Look at the Effect of Educational Expectations and Academic Performance on Enrollment in Post-Secondary EducationLittisha A. Bates, University of Cincinnati ; Paul Anderson, University of Cincinnati

  84. Has the Housing Boom Decreased School Enrolments in Spain?Mariña Fernandez Salgado, University of Essex

  85. The Net Undercount of Young Children in the Census: 1950-2010William O'Hare, Independent Consultant

  86. Neonatal Mortality in South Asia - Trends, Differentials and DeterminantsManish Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) ; Sulabha Parsuraman, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  87. Heterogeneity in the Effect of Food Insecurity on Grade RepetitionErik Schmidt, Cornell University