Saturday, April 13 / 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM   •   Napoleon Exposition Hall

Poster Session 8

  1. Migrant Children and Migrants' Children: Differentials in School Enrollment in MexicoJennifer E. Glick, Arizona State University ; Carey E. Cooper, Arizona State University

  2. The Impact of the 2010 Haitian Earthquake on Intercountry Adoptions to the United StatesMary A. Davis, Sam Houston State University

  3. Are Transnational Family Configurations Part of the Families' Migration Strategies or a Necessary Stage of Their Settlement Process? A Case Study of Recent Immigrant Arrivals in FranceTatiana Eremenko, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  4. Negotiating Migration: The Experiences of Haitian Youth and Their FamiliesJessica Heckert, Pennsylvania State University

  5. An Exploratory Analysis of the Determinants of Hukou Intermarriage in Urban ChinaYu Wang, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  6. Race and Gender Inequality Faced by Immigrants’ Descendants when Entering the French Labor MarketElsa Steichen, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  7. Back Home: Household Composition and Economic Resources of Returnees from the U.S. in MexicoClaudia Masferrer, McGill University ; Carla Pederzini, Universidad Iberoamericana

  8. Contraceptive Use among Migrant Women in Italy: A Multilevel ApproachPatrizia Farina, Università degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca ; Livia Elisa Ortensi, Università degli Studi di Milano - Bicocca

  9. “What’s Next?” Exploring the Relationship between Duration of Marriage and Forms of Domestic ViolenceNana Yaa G. Boakye, University of Ghana

  10. Longitudinal Patterns of Marital Quality: The Case of Divorce, Cohabitation and Race-EthnicitySpencer L. James, Brigham Young University

  11. Are Prior Relationships an Asset or Liability in the Formation of New Relationships under the Second Demographic Transition? Evidence of Complex Contingencies in a Multi-Country SampleGiulia Ferrari, Università Bocconi ; Ross Macmillan, Università Bocconi

  12. The Social Variability of the Non-Use of Condoms among Married Men in CameroonMarcel Nkoma, Ministry of Economy, Planning and Regional Development, Cameroon

  13. Marital Troubles in Older Couples: Positivity, Personality and HealthJames Iveniuk, University of Chicago ; Edward O. Laumann, University of Chicago ; Martha McClintock, University of Chicago ; Andrew D. Tiedt, NORC at the University of Chicago

  14. The Academic Adaptation of Children of Immigrants in New and Traditional Settlement States: The Role of Family, Schools and NeighborhoodsStephanie Potochnick, University of Missouri, Columbia

  15. Age at Arrival, Skill Formation and Life Chances in Adulthood among Child ImmigrantsAre Skeie Hermansen, University of Oslo

  16. Movement and Occupational Hierarchy of Working White Males: A Longitudinal Analysis of First and Second Generation European Immigrants in the Late 19th CenturySula Sarkar, University of Minnesota ; Rebecca J. Vick, University of Minnesota

  17. The Curious Case of Refugees: Why Did Medicaid Participation Fall following the 1996 Welfare Reforms?Animesh Giri, Emory University

  18. Assimilation and Place in the United States: Testing Incorporation from WithinChristina Diaz, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  19. Explaining Variation in the Social Incorporation of Immigrants and the Second Generation in the United KingdomSung S. Park, University of California, Los Angeles

  20. On the Pattern of Migration in the Household: An Explanation through Binomial LawNiraj K. Singh, Banaras Hindu University ; B.P. Singh, Banaras Hindu University ; K. N. S. Yadava, Banaras Hindu University

  21. Immigration, Migration and Demographic Polarization in the U.S., 1995-2000Brad Foster, University of Washington

  22. Race and Destination Choice: Factors Driving Reverse MigrationPaul Jacobs, Utah State University

  23. Trending towards Oblivion: Endangered Towns and Their Demographic Landscape on the Great PlainsLaszlo J. Kulcsar, Kansas State University ; William Wetherholt, Kansas State University

  24. "Go West, Young Man"!? Internal Migration in Germany between Reunification and Economic CrisisNikola Sander, Vienna Institute of Demography

  25. Labor Force Participation of Elderly in MexicoIsalia Nava-Bolaños, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México ; Roberto Ham-Chande, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte

  26. Congruence of Parent and Teacher Educational Expectations and Youths' Academic OutcomesChelsea Smith, University of Texas at Austin ; Aprile Benner, University of Texas at Austin

  27. Impact of Population Aging on Economic Growth in Different Regions of ChinaSajjad A. K. Niazi, Government of Punjab and GRIPS, Japan ; Yuan Zhang, National Bureau of Statistics of China

  28. Size Does Matter: Migrant Experience of Urban Poverty across Different Size Class Indian CitiesGayatri Singh, Brown University

  29. Do Men Come First? Evidence of Gendered Migration Patterns in the Russian FederationErin T. Hofmann, Utah State University

  30. “City Lights or Quiet Nights?” Perceptions of Urban versus Rural Life among Young Adult Rural to Urban Migrants in ThailandElizabeth Nauman, Tulane University ; Mark VanLandingham, Tulane University

  31. Out of Africa: New Patterns of Settlement for African Immigrants in ChinaBo Zhou, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  32. Coming Back to America: Characteristics and Destinations of Native-Born Americans Moving to the U.S.Megan J. Benetsky, U.S. Census Bureau ; Alison Fields, U.S. Census Bureau

  33. The Impact of Immigration Policy on the Education-Occupation Mismatch in AustriaNatalia C. Malancu, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

  34. From the Culture of Migration to the Culture of Remittances: Evidence from Immigrant-Sending Communities in ChinaZai Liang, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY) ; Qian Song, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  35. Of Labour Migration, Gender and Work: Post Migration Employment Patterning and Mobility in Urban Maharashtra, IndiaDebangana Bose, Jawaharlal Nehru University

  36. The Gendered Nature of Migration and Settlement of Latin Americans in SpainAlbert Sabater, University of St Andrews ; Andreu Domingo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona ; Juan Galeano, Centre d'Estudis Demogràfics (CED)

  37. Who Moves to Whom? Gender Differences in the Distance to a Shared ResidenceMaria Brandén, Stockholm University ; Karen Haandrikman, Stockholm University

  38. The Geography of Relationships in Sweden: Matri- and Patrilocal Bias in Childbearing UnionsMargarita Chudnovskaya, Stockholm University

  39. The Impact of Pre-Migration and Post-Migration Socioeconomic Status and Social Integration on Immigrant HealthHsin-Chieh Chang, University of California, Los Angeles

  40. Substance Use, Age at Migration and Length of Residence among Adult Immigrants in the United StatesKelin Li, University of Utah ; Ming Wen, University of Utah

  41. Health Disparities: The Case of Middle Eastern Immigrants in the United StatesNeveen Shafeek Amin, University of Texas at Austin

  42. Exploring Migrant Health in AustraliaArusyak Sevoyan, University of Adelaide ; Graeme J. Hugo, University of Adelaide

  43. Revisiting the "Dying to Move, or Moving to Die?" Question: A Parallel Process Model of Migration-Mortality Trajectories Mediated by Elderly Populations among United States CountiesWilliam J. Keith, Mississippi State University ; Ronald E. Cossman, Mississippi State University ; Jeralynn S. Cossman, Mississippi State University

  44. Cheaper by the Immigrant: Would Covering New Immigrants from Mexico Lower Health Costs and Health Premiums?Jacqueline Angel, University of Texas at Austin ; H. Shelton Brown, University of Texas ; Kimberly Wilson, University of Texas

  45. Playing Catch Up: Legalization and the Occupational Mobility Trajectories of Unauthorized Latin American ImmigrantsBlake Sisk, Vanderbilt University

  46. Self-Employment of Immigrants: Understanding the Country of Origin EffectsBerkay Ozcan, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) ; Serden Ozcan, Copenhagen Business School

  47. Claiming Rights, Reclaiming Dignity: Examining the Legal Mobilization of Low-Wage WorkersShannon Gleeson, University of California, Santa Cruz

  48. Postdoctoral Trainees as Contingent Workers: A Shift-Share and Decomposition AnalysisMarlene A. Lee, Population Reference Bureau (PRB) ; Lisa Frehill, Independent Consultant ; Genevieve Dupuis, Population Reference Bureau (PRB) ; Rachel T. Cortes, Population Reference Bureau (PRB)

  49. Legal Status and Economic Integration of Senegalese Migrants in EuropeErik Vickstrom, Princeton University and Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED) ; Amparo Gonzalez-Ferrer, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC)

  50. Migration, Loss-To-Follow-Up and Population Surveillance in South AfricaMichael J. White, Brown University ; Mark Collinson, University of the Witwatersrand ; Kojo Antobam, University of the Witwatersrand

  51. Neighborhood Social Characteristics and Chronic Disease Outcomes: Does the Geographic Scale of Neighborhood Matter?Malia Jones, University of California, Los Angeles

  52. Residential Segregation and Spatial Mobility in a New Immigrant Society: The Case of IsraelNoga Keidar, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  53. Community-Based Human Service Organization Coverage of Immigrants in New York CityJoseph Gibbons, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  54. Did We Make It? Will We Make It? A Typology of Suburban Immigrant NeighborhoodsEmily A. Shrider, Ohio State University

  55. Black Flight: Racial Shuffling in American Metropolitan AreasOrly Clerge, Brown University ; Hilary Silver, Brown University

  56. Black Immigrant Residential Segregation: An Investigation of the Primacy of Race Model Determining Neighborhood CharacteristicsRebbeca Tesfai, University of Pennsylvania

  57. European Integration and Income Inequality ConvergenceDaniel Auguste, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  58. Economic Swings, Political Instability and Ethnic-Specific Migration in KyrgyzstanEvgenia Gorina, Arizona State University

  59. Racial/Ethnic Differences in Cognitive Difficulty in the U.S.: Does Nativity Matter?Emma K.T. Benn, Mount Sinai School of Medicine ; Ashley Fox, Mount Sinai School of Medicine ; Kezhen Fei, Mount Sinai School of Medicine ; Eric Roberts, Mount Sinai School of Medicine ; Bernadette Boden-Albala, Mount Sinai School of Medicine

  60. Nueva New Orleans: Race Relations and (Im)migration in the Post-Katrina SouthJessica Tollette, Harvard University

  61. Migration and Interracial Marriage in Contemporary BrazilChinyere Osuji, University of California, Los Angeles

  62. Possible Migration of Highly Skilled Persons from Pakistan: Reasons, Impacts and Policy ResponsesTehmina Asad, Quaid-I-Azam University

  63. Rescaling Government, the Perils of Polarization and Violent Politics in KenyaAndrew Linke, University of Colorado at Boulder

  64. Bayesian Modelling of International Migration with Labour Force Survey DataArkadiusz Wisniowski, University of Southampton

  65. The Urban Systems of China and the United StatesDudley L. Poston, Jr., Texas A&M University ; Qian Xiong, Texas A&M University

  66. Living Condition and Life Style of Mankhurd Slum DwellersRajiva Prasad, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) ; Maheshnath Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  67. Mobility, Commuting and School Segregation in a Multiethnic CityDiana Lopez-Falcon, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research ; Jordi Bayona-i-Carrasco, Universitat de Barcelona

  68. Immigrant Status, Wealth Attainment and Life Satisfaction among Married Adults in Hong KongYuying Tong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)

  69. Opportunities to Learn Discrimination: Course Placement, Racialized Tracking and Expectations of Racial DiscriminationSarah Blanchard, University of Texas at Austin

  70. An Examination of Southwest Border County Populations in the United StatesThomas A. Gryn, U.S. Census Bureau ; Elizabeth M. Grieco, U.S. Census Bureau ; Steven Wilson, U.S. Census Bureau