Thursday, May 1 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM   •   Back Bay Exhibition Center

Poster Session 1:
Marriage, Unions, Families and Households

  1. Contextual Economic Conditions and Entry into Parenthood: The Event of First Childbearing in Sweden 2000-2007Christopher Grönberg, Cornell University

  2. The Labor Market Behavior of Married Women with Young Children in the U.S.: Have Differences by Religion Disappeared?Evelyn L. Lehrer, University of Illinois at Chicago ; Yu Chen, University of Illinois at Chicago

  3. Exploring the Role of Metropolitan Areas on Intergenerational CoresidenceJonathan Jackson, University of Maryland

  4. Domestic Labor Exchange? Interactions between Gender, Race, and Interracial Marriage in BrazilMaria C. Tomas, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais

  5. Presence of Grandparents and Labour Market Outcomes of Mothers: Evidence from IndiaMousumi Dutta, Presidency University ; Zakir Husain, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

  6. Burnt Toast and Harsh Words versus French Toast and Sweet Talk: What Child Gender Got to Do with It?Meenakshi Beri, Central Michigan University

  7. Maternal Paid Leave Benefits and the Use of Pediatric Preventive Health Services: An Instrumental Variable AnalysisMegan Shepherd-Banigan, University of Washington ; Janice F. Bell, University of Washington ; Anirban Basu, University of Washington ; Cathryn Booth-LaForce, University of Washington ; Jeff Harris, University of Washington

  8. Sexuality and Partnership Formation in Adolescent with HIV/AIDS in NigeriaTolulope M. Ola, Ekiti State University ; Abayomi Oshatimi, Federal Medical Centre, Ido-Ekiti ; Olalekan Adeyemi, Sound Health Development Initiative ; Oluwagemiga Oyinlola, Sound Health Development Initiative

  9. Household Extension, Reducing or Reinforcing Inequality? Women’s Employment, Immigration, Children, and Household ExtensionJeehye Kang, University of Maryland

  10. Families in Asia: A Cross-National Comparison of Inter-Generational Co-ResidenceChia Liu, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  11. The Transition to First Marriage in China, 1966-2008: A Life Course ApproachMartin Piotrowski, University of Oklahoma ; Yuying Tong, Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) ; Yueyun Zhang, Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) ; Lu Chao, University of Oklahoma

  12. Discrete Time to Event Models for Age at First Marriage in NamibiaLillian Pazvakawambwa, University of Namibia ; Lawrence Kazembe, University of Namibia ; Nelago Indongo, University of Namibia

  13. Putting It Off: Family Breast Cancer History and Women’s Retirement PlanningCathleen Zick, University of Utah ; Robert Mayer, University of Utah

  14. Life Paths of Migrants: A Sequence Analysis of Polish Labor Migrants' Family-Life TrajectoriesTom Kleinepier, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) ; Helga A. G. de Valk, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) and Vrije Universiteit Brussel ; Ruben I. van Gaalen, Statistics Netherlands

  15. Caring at Home: Stories of Adult, Elderly Women, and Migrant CaregiversManuela Vaccari, Università degli Studi di Verona ; Rosanna Cima, Università degli Studi di Verona

  16. Nonresident Father Involvement with Children and Divorced Women’s Likelihood of RemarriageCatherine McNamee, Pennsylvania State University ; Paul Amato, Pennsylvania State University

  17. Does Intergenerational Transfer within Families Increase Inequality between Families?Sawako Shirahase, The University of Tokyo

  18. Failures to Launch and Boomerang Kids: Contemporary Determinants of Leaving and Returning to the Parental HomeScott J. South, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY) ; Lei Lei, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  19. Demographic Opportunity and Mate Selection in IndiaScott J. South, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY) ; Katherine Trent, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY) ; Sunita Bose, State University of New York at New Paltz (SUNY)

  20. Does the Hajnal Line Persist in the 21st Century?Chris Tencza, University of Pennsylvania ; Thomas Anderson, University of Pennsylvania

  21. Marrying Minorities for More Children: One-Child Policy and Cross-Ethnic Marriage in ChinaYi Zhou, University of California, Berkeley ; Wei Huang, Harvard University

  22. The Impact of Demographic Change on Intergenerational Transfers in the Form of BequestsBrittney Wagner, Queens College, City University of New York (CUNY)

  23. White Picket Fences: Housing Markets and the Living Arrangements of the Millennial GenerationJonathan Vespa, U.S. Census Bureau ; Charlynn Burd, U.S. Census Bureau

  24. Source-Country Gender Roles and the Division of Labor within Immigrant FamiliesKristyn Frank, Statistics Canada ; Feng Hou, Statistics Canada

  25. Social and Cultural Determinants of the Self-Assessed Health of Indigenous AustraliansMonica Howlett, University of California, Berkeley

  26. Stepping Stones and Steady States: Cohabitation and Marriage among Single MothersAngela Bruns, University of Washington

  27. Taking the Negative with the Positive: Examining the Association between Parent or Child Status Transitions and Parental Ambivalence toward ChildrenAnna M. Hammersmith, Bowling Green State University

  28. Money Pooling and Decision Making in the HouseholdDana Hamplova, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic ; Celine Le Bourdais, McGill University ; Evelyne Lapierre-Adamcyk, Université de Montréal

  29. Forecasting Fertility Rates: A Functional Principal Components ApproachAlessandra Carioli, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) and University of Groningen ; Leo van Wissen, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) and University of Groningen

  30. Regional Childcare Availability and Individual Reproductive Behavior: A Multilevel Analysis of Second Births in JapanKenji Kamata, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

  31. Child Gender Preferences: A Robust Tale of Danish ParentsSander Wagner, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

  32. Who Visits Whom? Hosting and Visiting Reciprocity among Parents and Their Adult ChildrenOri Rubin, University of Groningen ; Clara H. Mulder, University of Groningen

  33. Transnational Marriage: An Economic Strategy for Poor FamiliesTran Quang Lam, Management Sciences for Health, Vietnam

  34. Remarriage in Japan: A First LookJames Raymo, University of Wisconsin-Madison ; Miho Iwasawa, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Tokyo

  35. Ethnic Differences in Pathways Out of the Parental Home: Second Generation Migrants in the U.K.Ann M. Berrington, University of Southampton ; Peter Tammes, University of Southampton

  36. Examining Union Stability in Context: A Meditation and Moderation ApproachElizabeth F. Karberg, University of Maryland ; Natasha Cabrera, University of Maryland

  37. Economic Uncertainty and Fertility: Insights from JapanJames Raymo, University of Wisconsin-Madison ; Akihisa Shibata, Kyoto University

  38. Financial Transfers from Adult Children to Elderly Parents in China: Comparing Altruism with Exchange Models of Intergenerational RelationsMelanie S. Brasher, Dickinson College

  39. How Do Mothers with Disabilities Thrive as Parents and Homemakers? A Comparison to Mothers without Disabilities Using the American Time Use SurveyDennis Hogan, Brown University ; Carrie E. Spearin, Brown University ; Carrie L. Shandra, Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY)

  40. Trends in Intergenerational Coresidence in Developing Countries: 1970-2010Sheela Kennedy, University of Minnesota ; Steven Ruggles, University of Minnesota

  41. Personality Traits and Living Apart Together (LAT)Maja Djundeva, University of Groningen

  42. Where Are the Excessive Men? Multi-Dimension of Social Stratification in China’s Domestic Marriage MarketYingchun Ji, National University of Singapore ; Feinian Chen, University of Maryland ; Gavin W. Jones, National University of Singapore

  43. Educational Attainment and Timing of First Marriage in Canada: A Test of Competing ExplanationsLaura Wright, University of Western Ontario

  44. Looking at Conditional Cash Transfers as Solutions to Early Marriage: An Analysis from Evaluation Survey in North IndiaPriya Nanda, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) ; Nitin Datta, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) ; Priya Das, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) ; Anurag Mishra, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) ; Pranita Achyut, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) ; Rachna Patel, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW)

  45. Parent’s Long-Term Care Needs and the Economic Status of Adult ChildrenKanika Arora, Syracuse University

  46. Does Waiting Pay Off? The Effect of Partnership Duration Prior to Household Formation on Union StabilityChristine Schnor, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

  47. Women’s Household Income Contributions and Higher-Order Births in the United StatesAlison Gemmill, University of California, Berkeley ; Margarita Chudnovskaya, Stockholm University ; Peter Hepburn, University of California, Berkeley

  48. Does the Effect of Parental Breakup on Children’s Education Depend on the Divorce Rate?Martin Kreidl, Masaryk University ; Martina Štípková, University of West Bohemia ; Barbora Hubatková, Masaryk University ; Ladislav Rabusic, Masaryk University

  49. Does Family Matter? The Influence of Family Type and Living Arrangements on Recent Immigrants' Satisfaction with Life in CanadaClaudia Masferrer, McGill University

  50. Sending a Child to College in India: The Influence of Social CapitalReeve Vanneman, University of Maryland

  51. Life Satisfaction of the Cross-Border Marriage Migrants in South Korea: Exploring the Social Network EffectsSojin Yu, University of Maryland

  52. Regional and Social Contrasts of Non-Marital Cohabitation in ColombiaAnny Carolina Saavedra Morales, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  53. Incarceration and Variation in Parenting Behaviors among Fathers in Fragile FamiliesJerrett Jones, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  54. Religion and the Rainbow Struggle: Does Religion Factor into Attitudes toward Homosexuality and Same-Sex Civil Unions in Brazil?Ana Paula Verona, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG) ; Curtis Ogland, University of Texas at San Antonio

  55. Living Arrangements in Europe: Whether and Why Paternal Retirement MattersLuca Stella, Università di Padova

  56. Son Preference or Son Pressure? Narratives of Fertility Decisions from Chinese Female MigrantsFelicia Feng Tian, Fudan University ; Danielle Kane, DePauw University ; Ke Liang, Baruch College, City University of New York (CUNY)

  57. Long-Term and Short-Term Economic Resources and Marriage Formation: An Insight into Black-White Differences in Marriage Formation among CohabitorsJanet Kuo, University of Texas at Austin

  58. Educational Assortative Mating among New Immigrants to the United StatesVeena S. Kulkarni, Arkansas State University

  59. Family Status and Low Birth Weight Risk: Trends and Changes over TimeJitka Rychtarikova, Charles University in Prague

  60. Playing Catch-up: Partnered Women's Housework on Weekends versus WeekdaysSanjiv Gupta, University of Massachusetts at Amherst ; Liana C. Sayer, University of Maryland

  61. Child Marriage and HIV/AIDS Risk Factors in NigeriaAdenike Onagoruwa, Tulane University

  62. What Drives Intergenerational Coresidence in India?Esha Chatterjee, University of Maryland ; Fran Goldscheider, University of Maryland and Brown University

  63. Gender Differences in Perceptions and Meanings of Time Use and Health OutcomesWendy Wang, Pew Research Center ; Liana C. Sayer, University of Maryland

  64. New Estimates of the “Sandwich Generation” in the 2013 Panel Study of Income DynamicsEsther M. Friedman, RAND Corporation

  65. Pregnancies without Partnership: Evidence of Prenatal and Neonatal Health EffectsCynthia A. Osborne, University of Texas at Austin ; Robert Brill, University of Texas at Austin

  66. Is the Marriage Advantage in Birth Outcomes a Race-Specific Phenomenon?Jennifer Buher Kane, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Christina M. Gibson-Davis, Duke University

  67. Analyzing the Sandwich Generation: An Application of SOCSIM for the Brazilian ContextEverton E. C. Lima, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP) ; Maria C. Tomas, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais

  68. Changing Dynamics of Repartnering after Divorce and Separation in Europe and in the United StatesPaulina Galezewska, University of Southampton ; Ann M. Berrington, University of Southampton

  69. How Does the Personal Become Political? Assessing the Impact of Mothers’ Labor Force Participation on Daughters’ and Sons’ Political Skills and BehaviorMonica Caudillo, New York University (NYU)

  70. Gender Differences in Young Adults’ Participation in Choosing Their Spouse within Marriage in NepalInku Subedi, Brown University

  71. Family Structure and Role Transitions: Implications for the Psychological Well-Being of Filipino Women in Middle and Later YearsFeinian Chen, University of Maryland ; Luoman Bao, University of Maryland ; Rachel Shattuck, University of Maryland ; Judith B. Borja, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Socorro A. Gultiano, University of San Carlos

  72. Infidelity, Union Dissolution, and Mental Health among Young Adults in the United StatesMichelle Frisco, Pennsylvania State University ; Derek Kreager, Pennsylvania State University ; Marin Wenger, Pennsylvania State University

  73. Intergenerational Transfers during the Great Recession: The Relationship between Marital Status and the Familial Safety NetMegan M. Way, Babson College

  74. Social Context and the Stability of Same-Sex and Different-Sex RelationshipsKara Joyner, Bowling Green State University ; Ryan Bogle, Bowling Green State University

  75. Is Co-Residence with Mother-in-Law Affecting Marital Relationship Quality in Semi Urban Assiut, Egypt?Ghada S. T. Al-Attar, Assiut University ; Omaima El Gibaly, Assiut University

  76. Marriage Selectivity and Stepfamily FormationGabriela Sanchez-Soto, University of Texas at San Antonio ; Jeannie Hahl, University of Texas at San Antonio

  77. For Better or for Worse: The Effects of Nonstandard Work Schedules on Self-Reported Health across Marital StatusShannon Brenneman, Michigan State University

  78. When Gender Trumps Everything: The Division of Parent Care among SiblingsAngelina Grigoryeva, Princeton University

  79. Gender Imbalance and Parental Health-Compromising Behavior in Rural ChinaXi Chen, Yale University

  80. Nonmarket Productivity among Working-Age Disability Beneficiaries: Results from the American Time Use SurveyCarrie L. Shandra, Stony Brook University, State University of New York (SUNY)

  81. Intergenerational Altruistic Links: A Model of Family CoresidenceMelanie A. Zilora, Carnegie Mellon University