Thursday, April 30 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

P1Poster Session 1

Thursday, April 30 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

1Adolescent Romantic and Sexual Relationships
2What Population Research Can Contribute to the Achievement of the Millennium Development Goals
3Fertility Preferences, Outcomes and Trends in Africa
4Population, Health and Economic Development
5Innovative Approaches to Demographic Data Collection and Methods
6Sexuality and STIs
7Measurement and Estimates of Cohabitation
8Migration and Neighborhood Effects
9Infant Mortality
10Empowerment, Agency and Gender Dynamics
11Health Disparities among Immigrants
12Life Course Perspectives on Aging
13Parental Work and Children’s Lives
14Social Programs and Economic Well-Being in Developing Countries
15Life Expectancy
16Residential Segregation in a Multiethnic Society
17Low Fertility
18Historical Perspectives on Family and Household Change

Thursday, April 30 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

19Social Contexts and Child Health
20The Emergence of Health Trajectories in Childhood
21Social and Economic Well-Being
22Fertility Timing and Transitions
23The Transition to Adulthood in Developing Countries
24Racial Discrimination
25Biodemographic Influences on Health and Mortality
26Data and Methods of Migration Analysis
27Spatial Demography
28Biodemography of Human Fertility and Reproduction
29Interrelationships of Migration and Health
30Socioeconomic Status, HIV/STIs and Safe Sexual Behavior
31Contraceptive Use in Asia
32Social Factors and Mental Health in Late Life
33Methodological Challenges in Studies of Couples and Families
34Environment and Health
35Demographic Perspectives on Religion
36Parents, Children and Sibling Linkages across Households

Thursday, April 30 / 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

P2Poster Session 2

Thursday, April 30 / 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM

37Marriage and Union Formation
38The Future of Survey Research
39Public Policy and Child Outcomes
40Fertility, Contraception and Reproductive Health in Latin America
41Family and Aging
42Migration and Child Well-Being
43Genetic Influences and Demographic Behaviors
44Economic Development and the Family
45Family Influences on Socioeconomic Differentials in Health and Mortality
46Crime and the Labor Market
47Gender, Labor Force and Earnings
48Abortion Prevalence, Measurement and Programs
49Formal Demography
50Economic Crises, Natural Disasters and Population Well-Being
51Subnational Estimates, Projections and Forecasts
52Heterogeneity and Selection in Infant and Child Mortality
53Interface between HIV and Family Planning Programs and Services in Africa
54Assimilation of Rural-To-Urban Migrants around the World

Thursday, April 30 / 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

P3Poster Session 3

Thursday, April 30 / 3:30 PM - 5:20 PM

56Author Meets Critics
57Contextual Influences on Fertility
58Access to and the Impact of College Education
59Improved Methods for Demographic Data Collection and Analysis
60Case Studies in Applied Demography
61Impacts of Migrant Remittances on Origin
62Nonstandard Work Schedules
63The Dynamics of Social and Economic Well-Being
64Arabs Here and Abroad
65The Demography of Mental Health
66Strategies for Achieving Reproductive Goals
67Aging and Intergenerational Relations in China
68Demography with a Gender Lens
69Religion, Sexuality and Fertility
70Immigrant Integration in Europe
71International Perspectives on Family Structure and Children’s Education
72Orphans, Adoption and Fostering

Friday, May 1 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

P4Poster Session 4

Friday, May 1 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

73Transition to Adulthood
74Demographers and the Press
75International Perspectives on Fertility
76Demographic Aspects of Poverty
77Families and Health
78Economics of Aging and Retirement
79Biosocial Investigations of Fertility, Sexuality and Reproductive Health
80The Consequences of Immigration for Receiving Countries
81Child Health and Survival
82Population and Environmental Change
83Community and Neighborhood Influences on Health and Mortality
84Gender, Sexual Behavior and HIV/STIs
85Immigrant Children and Educational Outcomes
86International Perspectives on Health and Mortality
87Generational Exchanges and Relationships: Adult Children and Elderly Parents
88International Migration Systems
89Demography of Crime and Punishment
90Global Changes in Marriage and Family

Friday, May 1 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

91Family Planning, Fertility and Reproductive Health in Asia
92The Detroit Area Study and Its Contributions to Demography and Survey Research
93Assimilation and Social Mobility
94Multiple Contexts of Union Formation
95Family Structure and Child Well-Being
96Racial and Ethnic Differentials in Health and Mortality
97Mobility Decisions and Fertility Decisions
98Biomarkers in Demographic Research
99Mexican Youth in Mexico and the U.S.
100Population Studies and Experimental Design
101Disparities in Health and Place Relationships
102Family Economic Relations
103Linking Internal and International Migration
104Gender, Power and Reproductive Behavior
105Blending Macro and Micro Measures of Fertility Impacts on Economic Outcomes
106Work and Family in Later Life
107Indigenous Peoples
108Unintended Pregnancies

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

P5Poster Session 5

Friday, May 1 / 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM

109Adolescent Sexual Behavior and Reproductive Health
110Development Committee: Whither Demography and the PAA? A Panel and Town Hall Discussion
111Socioeconomic Differentials in Health and Mortality
113Cross-National Differences in the Influence of Context on Children's Well-Being
114Health and Demographic Issues in Emerging Markets: China and India
115Gender, Education and Labor Market Outcomes
116Environmental Exposures, Social Context and Reproductive Health
117Race and Ethnic Inequality
118Military Service, Work and the Life Course
120Historical Demography
121Impact of Demographic Change on Organizations
122Impact of Return Migration on Origin Areas
123Measurement of Race and Ethnicity
124Family Instability
125Research Design and Methodological Issues in Migration Studies
126Maternal Mortality in Asia

Friday, May 1 / 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

P6Poster Session 6

Friday, May 1 / 2:30 PM - 4:20 PM

127Social Demographic Aspects of Fertility in the Western World
128Plans for the 2010 Census
129Work and Family Issues
130Methodological Issues in Health and Mortality
131Comparative Perspectives on Sexuality, Family Planning and Fertility
132Education Policy and Child Outcomes
133The Consequences of Racial/Ethnic Residential Segregation
134Statistical Demography
135Determinants of Migration and Immigration
136Indigenous Peoples: Asia
137Biomarkers, BMI and Socioeconomic Differentials in Health
138Public Health Implications of Health in Late Life
139Residential Mobility and Neighborhood Change
140Aging in Developing Countries
141Family Change in Developing Countries
142Educational Trends and Trajectories
143Intergenerational Mobility
144Abortion Decision-Making and Experience

Saturday, May 2 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

145Family Planning Programs and Contraceptive Use in Africa
146Socioeconomic Differentials in Health and Mortality: Methodological Contributions
147Work-Family Barriers to Gender Equality
148Criminal Justice System Issues for Children and Youth
149Changes over Time in the Transition to Adulthood
150Comparative Perspectives on Migration and Health
151Race and Socioeconomic Status
152Biomarkers of Fertility, Early Life and Sexual Function
153Generational Exchanges and the Well-Being of Grandchildren
154Cross-National Patterns of Fertility
155Anthropogenic Environmental Change
156Immigrant Generations
157Spatial Demography and Health
158Gender and HIV Risk in Understudied Populations
159Multiple Country Perspectives on Reproductive Health
160Residential Segregation and Labor Market Outcomes

Saturday, May 2 / 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

P7Poster Session 7

Saturday, May 2 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

161Health in Later Life
162The Context and History of Adolescent Sexual Behavior Trends
163Social Demographic Aspects of Fertility in the Developing World
164Intrahousehold Relationships in Non-Western Societies
165Explaining Fertility Patterns in International Contexts
166What Subjective Health Status Does and Doesn't Measure
167Union Instability
168Condom Use and HIV Risk
169Comparative Mortality Experiences
170The Structuring of Internal Migration
171Advances in Methods for Measuring Mortality
172Early Life Conditions and Adult Health
173Gender and Intimate Partner Violence
174Policy Impacts in Social and Economic Well-Being
175Structural Influences on Race/Ethnic Identification
176Attitudes toward Immigrants and Future Impacts

Saturday, May 2 / 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM

177Partner Selection and Sexual Networks
178Comparative Perspectives on Union Formation
179Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in Sub-Saharan Africa
180Child Care and Work-Family Reconciliation
181Causes and Consequences of Adolescent Behavior
182Analytical Innovation in the Place & Health Relationship
183Contraceptive Use Dynamics
184Reducing Maternal Mortality in Africa and Latin America
185Household and Individual Behavior in Developing Countries: New Questions and Sources of Data
186Using the ACS in Applied Demography
187The Role of Family Planning Programs in the Continuing Fertility Decline in Asia
188Socioeconomic Status and College Education
189Parental Involvement in Diverse Family Forms
190Changing Patterns of Mexico-United States Migration and Return Migration
191Cross-Cultural Analyses of Gender and Work
192Retirement Transitions