Thursday, April 30 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM   •   Indigo Ballrooms A-H

Poster Session 1:
Marriage, Unions, Families, and Households

  1. The Diffusion of Cohabitation and Family InstabilityDavid Pelletier, Université de Montréal

  2. Effect of a Work-Family Intervention on Smoking: Findings from the Work, Family and Health NetworkDavid A. Hurtado, Harvard University ; Cassandra Okechukwu, Harvard University ; Orfeu Buxton, Harvard University ; Leslie Hammer, Portland State University ; Ginger Hanson, Kaiser Permanente ; Laura Klein, Pennsylvania State University ; Lisa Berkman, Harvard University

  3. The Influence of Conditional Cash Transfers on Migration: A Re-Examination from a Gendered LensChristina Hughes, University of Washington

  4. My House or Our House? Pathways into Sole Homeownership in British CouplesPhilipp M. Lersch, University of Cologne ; Sergi Vidal, University of Queensland

  5. Bargaining Power within Couples and Support for Parents on Both SidesGuangying Chen, Tsinghua University

  6. The Living Arrangements of Young Parents and Their ChildrenKaren B. Guzzo, Bowling Green State University

  7. The Fluidity of Children's Post-Separation Residential ArrangementsDavid Pelletier, Université de Montréal ; Solene Lardoux, Université de Montréal

  8. "She Likes Her Work Very Much [but] Will Probably Quit": Husbands, Wives and Changing Opinions on Married Women’s Work in the 1930sEvan Roberts, University of Minnesota

  9. Educational Assortative Mating and Mexican Immigrant FamiliesDafeng Xu, Cornell University

  10. The Transmission of Homeownership in the United States: How Much Does Family Matter?Bohyun Joy Jang, Ohio State University ; William A. V. Clark, University of California, Los Angeles ; Anastasia R. Snyder, Ohio State University

  11. Individualization of Marriage and Family Formation in Urban West Africa: Evidence from Ouagadougou, Burkina FasoAnne-Emmanuèle Calvès, Université de Montréal ; Khadija Malloum Boukar , Université de Montréal

  12. Diverse Family Formation Trajectories and Their Consequences for CoparentingAnette E. Fasang, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin ; Eric D. Widmer, Université de Lausanne

  13. Family Structure and Children’s School Enrollment in Sub-Saharan AfricaAcheampong Y. Amoateng, North-West University, Mafikeng Campus ; Tim B. Heaton, Brigham Young University ; Camille Mcalmont, Brigham Young University

  14. Navigating the Changing Intersection of Masculinities and Gerontocracy: Paths to Marriage in a Local Context, Mtoni, Dar es Salaam, TanzaniaMegan Klein Hattori, University of Massachusetts at Boston

  15. Does Intra-Couple Socioeconomic Similarity Promote Interracial Marriage? The Military as an Equalizing ContextRachel Shattuck, University of Maryland ; Meredith A. Kleykamp, University of Maryland

  16. Turkish Women Who Outlive Their Husbands: Single Householders vs. Dependent RelativesElwood Carlson, Florida State University ; DeAnna L. Gore, University of South Carolina Aiken ; Berkay Ozcan, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

  17. Are Fathers All the Same? Understanding the Role of Biological and Social Fathers in the Lives of Young Adults in South AfricaSangeetha Madhavan, University of Maryland

  18. Using Names to Improve Measurement of Same-Sex Married Couples in the American Community SurveyDaphne A. Lofquist, U.S. Census Bureau

  19. The Adult Child-Parent Relationship and Parent Psychological Distress: How Do Relationship Quality, Dissatisfaction, and Equity Matter?Corinne Reczek, Ohio State University ; Zhe Zhang, Ohio State University

  20. Deviant Societal Attitudes and Civic Knowledge by 13 or 14 Years Old Children Living in Different Family Forms? A Cross-National AnalysisJaap Dronkers, Universiteit Maastricht

  21. The Effect of State Labor Market Conditions on CohabitationSharon Sassler, Cornell University ; Katherine Michelmore, University of Michigan ; Xing Zhang, Cornell University

  22. Exploring Change and Variation in the Economic Underpinnings of Non-Marriage for Late 20th Century EuropeKarra Greenberg, University of California, Los Angeles

  23. Social Change and Age Hypergamy: The Shift in Spousal Age Preferences in Taiwan, 1976-2012Yen-Hsin Alice Cheng, Academia Sinica

  24. Past Trends and Future Scenarios in Educational Assortative Mating: An Agent-Based Modelling ApproachAndré Grow, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

  25. Consequences of Migration for Left behind Children in ChinaZai Liang, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY) ; Bo Zhou, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  26. Risk Factors Associated with Child Marriage among Roma Girls in SerbiaDavid Hotchkiss, Tulane University ; Deepali Godha, Futures Group International ; Anastasia J. Gage, Tulane University ; Claudia Cappa, United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

  27. Factors Associated with Perceptions of Family Belonging among AdolescentsValarie King, Pennsylvania State University ; Lisa Boyd, Pennsylvania State University

  28. Child Care Provided by Older Immigrant Women: The Effect of Time since ArrivalAlma Vega, University of Pennsylvania

  29. Partnership, Parenthood, and Cardiovascular Risk among Young AdultsAdrianne Frech, University of Akron ; Jamie L. Lynch, St. Norbert College ; Peter Barr, University of Akron

  30. Staying Close: Proximity to Kin and Patterns of Residential Mobility in Poor NeighborhoodsElizabeth S. Ackert, University of Washington ; Amy L. Spring, University of Washington ; Kyle Crowder, University of Washington ; Scott J. South, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  31. How Does Assortative Mating Impact Inter-Generational Education Mobility? A Two-Sided Matching ModelJingying He, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  32. Parenting in Interracial UnionKate H. Choi, University of Western Ontario

  33. Does the Propensity to "Double-up" Vary by Immigrant Class of Entry over the First Four Years after Arrival? Evidence from the Longitudinal Survey of Immigrants to CanadaClaudia Masferrer, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS) ; Celine Le Bourdais, McGill University

  34. Marriage and Cohabitation among Latino and African American Young Adults: Neighborhood Risk and Protective FactorsJessica L. Lucero, Utah State University ; Anna Santiago, Case Western Reserve University ; Eun Lye Lee, Case Western Reserve University

  35. Subjective Well-Being of Commuter Couples in South Korea: Comparisons to Dual-Earner Couples Living Together with SpousesYun-Suk Lee, University of Seoul

  36. The Effects of Early-Life Exposure to Pollution on Children's Human Capital Formation: The Case of IndonesiaMaria Rosales Rueda, University of California, Irvine ; Margaret Triyana, Nanyang Technological University

  37. The Effect of Domestic Labor Division, Attitudes, and Their Interaction on Marital Satisfaction: A Longitudinal Study in KoreaAdam Ka-Lok Cheung, Hong Kong Institute of Education ; Erin Hye-Won Kim, National University of Singapore

  38. Consequences of Skewed Sex-Ratio on Bridal Trafficking and Non-Marital Unions in Haryana State of India: Its Socio-Cultural and Economic DimensionsPradeep Kumar Bhargava, Maharshi Dayanand University ; Salman Hyder, Maharshi Dayanand University ; Tanya Gandhi, Maharshi Dayanand University

  39. Divorce in a Globalizing Era: National and Global Influence, 1960-2012Cheng-Tong Lir Wang, University of California, Irvine

  40. The Impact of Family Size on Educational Attainment in Cross-Country Comparative PerspectiveGuilherme Chihaya, Umeå University ; Marta Styrc, University of Southampton

  41. Social Diversity in Non-Marital Childbearing in Various Gender ContextsTrude Lappegård, Statistics Norway ; Nicole Hiekel, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI)

  42. MGNREGA and the Intra-Household Decision-Making: A Gender PerspectiveOmkar Joshi, National Council of Applied Economic Research ; Reeve Vanneman, University of Maryland

  43. Bank of Grandma and Grandpa: Patterns of Financial Transfers from Grandparents to Grandchildren across EuropeGiulia Ferrari, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED) ; Julia Cattin, Università Bocconi ; Frank Furstenberg, University of Pennsylvania

  44. Family versus Work among the Immigrant Population from a Gender Perspective: The Recent Spanish CaseAlberto Del Rey Poveda, Universidad de Salamanca ; Rafael Grande Martín, Universidad de Salamanca ; Enrique Fernández-Macías, European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions ; José Ignacio Antón Pérez, Universidad de Salamanca

  45. Trends in the Educational Attainment and Its Association with the Timing of Marriage among Women in Bangladesh: A Cohort AnalysisS. M. Mostafa Kamal, Islamic University

  46. Non-Residential Fatherhood in France: Socio-Economic Living Conditions and Fathers’ Involvement at BirthMarieke Heers, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED) ; Lidia Panico, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  47. The Influence of Partner Choice on Childbearing among Second-Generation Turkish and Moroccan Women in BelgiumLisa Van Landschoot, Vrije Universiteit Brussel ; Didier Willaert, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

  48. Preferences or Constraints? Education, Gender, and Parenting AttitudesPatrick Ishizuka, Princeton University

  49. Trends in Nonmarital Birth Rates and Approval of Nonmarital Childbearing in Western CountriesMatthew Wright, Bowling Green State University

  50. Recent Changes in Gendered Norms and the Division of Labor within Households in the PhilippinesJoy Arguillas, University of the Philippines ; Florio O. Arguillas, Cornell University ; Lindy Williams, Cornell University

  51. Household Complexity: Low-Income Hispanic Children in the U.S.Kimberly J. Turner, Child Trends ; Lina Guzman, Child Trends ; Mindy E. Scott, Child Trends

  52. Social Support and Young Women's Economic Well-Being after Divorce in MalawiIsabel Pike, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  53. The Role of Family and International Migration Dynamics in the Formation of Single-Parent FamiliesTatiana Eremenko, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED) and Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI)

  54. The Burden of Fetching Water for Women: A Cross-Sectional Study in Informal Settlements of the Ouagadougou - Health and Demographic Surveillance System (Burkina Faso)Stéphanie Dos Santos, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD) and Institut Superieur des Sciences de la Population (ISSP) ; Madeleine Wayack Pambè, Université de Ouagadougou

  55. The Spillover Effects of HOPE VI Redevelopment on Neighborhood Income and Racial CompositionAllison Dwyer Emory, Cornell University

  56. Educational Assortative Mating and Marital Stability: Adding a Contextual DimensionLindsay Theunis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel ; Christine Schnor, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven ; Didier Willaert, Vrije Universiteit Brussel ; Jan Van Bavel, University of Leuven

  57. Division of Labor and Satisfaction across 37 ISSP CountriesLaurie DeRose, University of Maryland ; Fran Goldscheider, University of Maryland and Brown University ; Laura H. Lippman, Child Trends ; Mindy E. Scott, Child Trends ; Paul Corcuera Garcia, Universidad de Piura ; Reynaldo Rivera, Intermedia Social Innovation ; Andrés Salazar, Universidad de La Sabana ; Claudia Tarud, Universidad de Los Andes

  58. Cohabitation versus Marriage among Adolescent Girls in Urban Kenyan Slums: A Comparison of the Context of First Sex, Timing of Pregnancy and Experience of Sexual ViolenceEunice N. Muthengi, Population Council Kenya ; Karen Austrian, Population Council Kenya

  59. The Difference a Home Makes: Examining the Relationship of Housing Conditions over Time on Childhood Development OutcomesTina M. Park, Brown University

  60. Housing Conditions and Union Dissolution in GermanySandra Krapf, University of Cologne

  61. Occupational Uncertainty and the Transition to Coresidential UnionsShannon E. Cavanagh, University of Texas at Austin ; Monica Kirkpatrick Johnson, Washington State University ; Giuseppina Valle Holway, University of Texas at Austin

  62. Early Bonds, Strong Ties: Married and Cohabiting Fathers’ Involvement FoundationsLetitia Kotila, Ohio State University

  63. Family Structure and Parent Involvement in Children’s EducationRobert W. Ressler, University of Texas at Austin

  64. Voluntary Fatherhood: When Men Voluntarily Invest in Non-Biological ChildrenJeannie M. Hahl, University of Michigan ; Pamela J. Smock, University of Michigan ; Christina Cross, University of Michigan ; Sara R. Zobl, University of Michigan

  65. Household Definitions and Children’s Living Arrangement in Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence from Health and Demographic Surveillance SystemsJacques B. O. Emina, University of Kinshasa and INDEPTH Network

  66. The Social Worlds of Cohabiters and Married IndividualsJonathan Lui, University of California, Irvine

  67. Hard Times and Harder Minds: Material Hardship and Marital Well-Being among Low-Income Families in South KoreaJoyce Shim, Dominican University ; RaeHyuck Lee, Columbia University ; JaeSeung Kim, University of Chicago

  68. Fertility Plan Disagreement among Cohabiting Couples and Its Effect on Relationship StabilityKlára Capková, Masaryk University

  69. Gender Roles, the Division of Household Labor, and Migration RiskChristina Hughes, University of Washington

  70. The Transition to Adulthood and Pathways Out of the Parental Home across EuropeKatrin Schwanitz, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED) and University of Groningen

  71. Living in Limbo: The Unsolved Mystery of the Racial Gap in the Duration of Marital SeparationTimothy A. Roeper, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR) and Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY) ; Neil G. Bennett, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR)

  72. A Broader View of the Economic Consequences of DivorceTimothy A. Roeper, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR) and Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY) ; Neil G. Bennett, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR)

  73. The Influence of (Potential) Grandparents in Adult Child’s Entry into ParenthoodRoberta Rutigliano, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

  74. Parenting in Immigrant Families: How Contexts Shape BehaviorsJulia Gelatt, Urban Institute ; Heather Koball, Urban Institute

  75. Challenges to Realize the Gender Dividend: Analysis of the Time Use Patterns in Costa RicaPamela Jimenez-Fontana, Universidad de Costa Rica

  76. Are Happily Married Women More Likely to Have a Second Child? The Role of Marital Quality in Shaping Fertility Outcomes in South KoreaSoo-Yeon Yoon, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  77. Who Benefit from College Education? Relationship Outcomes of Cohabitors in the United StatesJanet Kuo, University of Texas at Austin

  78. Gender Differences in Transfers among Married Couples in the “Sandwich Generation”Emily Wiemers, University of Massachusetts at Boston ; Esther M. Friedman, RAND Corporation

  79. First Union Formation in Canada: Trends in the Prevalence and Timing of Cohabitation and Marriage for Canadians Born between 1930 and 1996Laura Wright, University of Western Ontario

  80. Reexamining the Relationship between Poverty and Sex of the Household Head: Evidence from Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso)Madeleine Wayack Pambè, Université de Ouagadougou ; Soufianou Moussa, Institut Superieur des Sciences de la Population (ISSP)

  81. Are Cohabiting Unions Lasting Longer? Two Decades of Change in the Duration of Cohabitation (1980-2004)Esther O. Lamidi, Bowling Green State University

  82. A Cultural Reconciliation: Egalitarian Ideology and Marital AspirationsJoanna Pepin, University of Maryland

  83. Predictors of Anticipated Instrumental Support from Children among Elderly Parents in Urban and Rural ChinaCheng Cheng, Princeton University

  84. A Proposal of Measure of Leaving Home Date and an International ComparisonByron Villacis, University of California, Berkeley

  85. Work Conditions and Marriage DissolutionShih-Yi Chao, University of Texas at Austin

  86. The Significance of Marriage in Rural AmericaAnastasia R. Snyder, Ohio State University ; Letitia Kotila, Ohio State University ; Bohyun Joy Jang, Ohio State University