Thursday, April 30 / 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM   •   Indigo Ballrooms A-H

Poster Session 2:
Data and Methods/Applied Demography/ Spatial Demography/ Demography of Crime

  1. A Spatial and Bayesian Approach to Infant Mortality in Puerto Rico: A Study of Risk, Clustering and DeterminantsAlexis R. Santos-Lozada, University of Texas at San Antonio

  2. Spatial Analysis of Childhood Malnutrition in BangladeshBhumika Piya, Vanderbilt University

  3. Who Lives in Hard-to-Count NeighborhoodsWilliam O'Hare, Independent Consultant

  4. Two Sources of Error in Data on U.S. Migration in Mexican Household-Based SurveysErin R. Hamilton, University of California, Davis

  5. Are We Fighting the Right War? Estimating the Effect of Prescription Drug Supply-Side InterventionsAngelica C. Meinhofer, Brown University

  6. Reaching the Foreign-Born: An Examination of Mode of Response in the American Community SurveyThomas A. Gryn, U.S. Census Bureau ; Edward N. Trevelyan, U.S. Census Bureau

  7. Data Resource: The Wisconsin Longitudinal StudyCarol Roan, University of Wisconsin-Madison ; Pamela Herd, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  8. The Relationship between Space, Time, Fertility, and Employment: A Fixed Effects Spatial Panel ApproachAlessandra Carioli, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) and University of Groningen ; Daniel Devolder, Center for Demographic Studies (Barcelona) ; Joaquin Recaño Valverde, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona ; Leo van Wissen, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) and University of Groningen

  9. Growing Old behind Bars: The Health Profile and Healthcare Needs of Older MenKathryn M. Nowotny, University of Colorado, Boulder ; Alice Cepeda, University of Southern California ; Laurie James-Hawkins, University of Colorado, Boulder

  10. The Effects of Juvenile Arrest on Educational Outcomes: Does Arrest Type Matter?Mariam Ashtiani, University of California, Irvine

  11. Spatiotemporal Analysis of Marriage and Marital Fertility in Japan: Using Geographically Weighted Regression 1980-2010Kenji Kamata, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

  12. How Many Old People Have Ever Lived on Earth?Dalkhat M. Ediev, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU) ; Gustav Feichtinger, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU) and Vienna Institute of Demography ; Alexia Fürnkranz-Prskawetz, Vienna University of Technology ; Miguel Sanchez Romero, Vienna Institute of Demography and Austrian Academy of Sciences

  13. More Lawyers, More Crime? An Evaluation of the OEO Legal Service ProgramJamein P. Cunningham, Portland State University

  14. Young Women’s Attitudes towards Marriage and Childbearing by Race: The Problem of Abstract Survey QuestionsCalvina Ellerbe, University of North Carolina at Pembroke

  15. Constructing a Time-Invariant Measure of the Socio-Economic Status of U.S. Census TractsJeremy Miles, RAND Corporation ; Margaret M. Weden, RAND Corporation ; Diana Lavery, RAND Corporation ; Jose Escarce, University of California, Los Angeles and RAND Corporation ; Regina Shih, RAND Corporation

  16. Under-Five Mortality Estimation: Assessing Summary Birth History Methods with MicrosimulationAndrea Verhulst, Université Catholique de Louvain

  17. Neighborhood Socioeconomic Status and Change in Built Environment InfrastructureJana Hirsch, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Geoffrey Green, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Daniel Rodriguez, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Penny Gordon-Larsen, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  18. Movement in America: A Spatial Analysis of County-to-County MigrationChristopher S. Inkpen, Pennsylvania State University

  19. Estimation of Life Expectancy from Infant Mortality Rate at Districts LevelRanjana Kesarwani, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  20. An Empirical Analysis of the Effect of Fertility Measurement Choice on Subnational Population Projections: A Case Study of 47 Prefectures in JapanMasakazu Yamauchi, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

  21. Sports Demography: Demographic Analysis Applied to Sporting PopulationsPetra Dupalová, Charles University in Prague

  22. Evaluating Mortality Forecasts Using Taylor's Power LawChristina Bohk, University of Rostock ; Roland Rau, University of Rostock ; Joel E. Cohen, Rockefeller University and Columbia University

  23. Inferring Population Dynamics from Imperfect Census Data: An Evaluation Study in Three Health and Demographic Surveillance Sites in Rural SenegalBruno Masquelier, Université Catholique de Louvain ; Cheikh Tidiane Ndiaye, Agence Nationale de la Statistique et de la Démographie, Sénégal ; Clémentine Moerman, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED) ; Ndèye Binta Diémé Coly, Agence Nationale de la Statistique et de la Démographie, Sénégal ; Samba Ndiaye, Agence Nationale de la Statistique et de la Démographie, Sénégal

  24. Spatial Variation in Risk Factors of Child Mortality in Two Urban Informal Settlements in KenyaCheikh Mbacke Faye, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) ; Maurice Mutisya, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) ; Patricia Elungata, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) ; Donatien Beguy, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)

  25. Web Application for Spatial Exploration of Racial Diversity over the Entire United States at 90 m ResolutionAnna Dmowska, University of Cincinnati ; Tomasz F. Stepinski, University of Cincinnati ; Pawel Netzel, University of Cincinnati

  26. Validating Indicators of the Quality of Maternal Health Care in KenyaAnn K. Blanc, Population Council ; Charlotte Warren, Population Council ; Katharine McCarthy, Population Council ; James Kimani, Population Council ; Jackline Kivunaga, Population Council ; Brian Mdawida, Population Council ; Charity Ndwiga, Population Council ; Saumya Ramarao, Population Council

  27. Explaining U.S. Exceptionalism in Homicide over Time: The Role of the Welfare State and Age StructureAaron Gottlieb, Princeton University

  28. Neighborhood Disadvantage and Mortality: New Insights for Racial and Ethnic DifferencesJarron M. Saint Onge, University of Kansas ; Jeffrey A. Dennis, University of Texas of the Permian Basin

  29. Distributional Aspects of Time to Death in Human PopulationsTimothy L. M. Riffe, University of California, Berkeley ; Adam Lenart, Max Planck Odense Center and University of Southern Denmark

  30. Which Contexts Count? A Multilevel Approach to the Analysis of the Social Ecology of Voting in New York City 2013Annette Jacoby, Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY) ; John Mollenkopf, City University of New York (CUNY)

  31. Partners and Crime: Perceptions of Neighborhood Danger in Older CouplesJames Iveniuk, University of Chicago

  32. A Measure on “Digit Non-Heaping”Barun Kumar Mukhopadhyay, Independent Researcher

  33. A New Method for the Detection of Multipartner Fertility in Social Surveys: The Age Reporting Discontinuity (ARD)Bryan L. Sykes, University of California, Irvine

  34. Contemporary Patterns in the Impact of Mass Incarceration on Racial and Educational Differences in Union FormationJerrett Jones, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  35. Methodological Issues in Assessing Poverty among Older People: Insights from UgandaValérie Golaz, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  36. Can Age Help to Explain Heterogeneity in Southern European Home Ownership PatternsAlda B. Azevedo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and University of Lisbon ; Julián López-Colás, Center for Demographic Studies (Barcelona) ; Juan A. Módenes, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  37. Examining the Relative Contributions of Son Preference, Fertility Decline and Sex-Selective Abortion in the Sex Ratio TransitionRidhi Kashyap, University of Oxford and Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research ; Francisco Villavicencio, University of Southern Denmark and Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  38. The Measurement of International Migration in U.S. Census Surveys: An Examination of Current Population Survey Data Matched to Social Security Administration RecordsJames D. Bachmeier, Temple University ; Jennifer Van Hook, Pennsylvania State University ; Bert Kestenbaum, U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA)

  39. Processing the Census Bureau’s Population EstimatesBen Bolender, U.S. Census Bureau ; Larry D. Sink, U.S. Census Bureau

  40. Forecasting Mortality by Using Statistical MomentsAdam Lenart, Max Planck Odense Center and University of Southern Denmark ; Marius Pascariu, Max Planck Odense Center

  41. Death behind the Bars: Prison Mortality in IndiaEnu Anand, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) ; Jayakant Singh, Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS)

  42. Implications of Measurement: Comparing Estimates of Physical Activity across NHANES, NHIS, and ATUSRachelle Hill, U.S. Census Bureau ; Kari WIlliams, University of Minnesota

  43. Multiple Contexts of Exposure: Assessing How Activity Spaces Modify Neighborhood Effects on Self-Rated HealthGregory Sharp, Rice University ; Rachel T. Kimbro, Rice University

  44. Assessing the Quality of U.S. Vital Statistics at the County Level Using the Sex Ratio at BirthHeather King, U.S. Census Bureau ; Michele Steinmetz, U.S. Census Bureau ; Barbara A. Anderson, University of Michigan

  45. Undercounting Controversies in South African CensusesJeremy J. D. Gumbo, University of the Witwatersrand

  46. Income Inequality and Mortality in U.S. Counties, 1990-2010: A Dynamic Spatial Panel AnalysisTse-Chuan Yang, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY) ; Stephen A. Matthews, Pennsylvania State University ; Kiwoong Park, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  47. Measuring Race and Ethnicity across the Decades, 1790-2010: Coded to 1997 Office of Management and Budget Classification StandardsBeverly M. Pratt, University of Maryland ; Lindsay Hixson, U.S. Census Bureau ; Nicholas A. Jones, U.S. Census Bureau

  48. Military Service and Desistance from Contact with the Criminal Justice SystemLucky M. Tedrow, Western Washington University ; Jay D. Teachman, Western Washington University

  49. Measurements and Challenges of Adult Deaths Completeness in India and Selected States: An Analytical Study of Different MethodologiesAjit Yadav, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  50. Young Adults Living at Home: Variations by Attainment and GeographyJulie Siebens, U.S. Census Bureau

  51. Sequential Modeling of Parity Progression in Sub-Saharan AfricaGebrenegus Ghilagaber, Stockholm University ; Paraskevi Peristera, Stockholm University

  52. Assessing the Validity of Respondents’ Reports of Their Partners’ Ages in a Rural South African Population-Based CohortGuy Harling, Harvard University ; Tinofa Mutevedzi, Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies

  53. Moving beyond Self-Report: Neighborhood Disorder, Safety and Physical ActivityStephen Mooney, Columbia University ; Michael D. M. Bader, American University ; Katherine Bartley, New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene ; Gina Lovasi, Columbia University ; Kathryn Neckerman, Columbia University ; Julien O. Teitler, Columbia University ; Daniel Sheehan, Columbia University ; Andrew Rundle, Columbia University

  54. Recent Innovations in the U.S. Census Bureau’s Method of Estimating Foreign-Born EmigrationMark A. Leach, U.S. Census Bureau

  55. Eliciting Meal Preferences from Households: A Recipe to Improve Estimate AccuracyVikki O'Neill, Queen's University Belfast ; Marco Boeri, Queen's University Belfast ; Cate McNamee, Queen's University Belfast ; Amanda Stathopoulos, Northwestern University

  56. A Look at Alternative Ways to Estimate Emigration in CanadaAndre Lebel, Statistics Canada

  57. Solving the Data Mystery of Varying Modern Contraceptive Use Findings in Bauchi and Sokoto StatesHilary Schwandt, Johns Hopkins University and Western Washington University

  58. Experiencing the Digital Divide: A Longitudinal Analysis of Cell Phone Ownership, Use, and Diffusion among Young Adults in Southern MalawiHannah E. Furnas, Pennsylvania State University

  59. The 1960 Data Restoration ProjectKathryn M. Coursolle, University of Minnesota ; Rebecca J. Vick, University of Minnesota ; Ryan S. Klein, University of Minnesota

  60. Kinshasa’s Information Platform to Accelerate Modern Contraceptive UseJane Bertrand, Tulane University ; Pierre Akilimali, Université de Kinshasa ; Saleh Babazadeh, Tulane University ; Arsene Binanga, Tulane University ; Nelly Dikamba, Université de Kinshasa ; Julie Hernandez, Tulane University ; Patrick Kayembe, Université de Kinshasa ; Linnea Perry, Tulane University

  61. Comparing the Performance of Health Systems in Providing Life ExpectancyAdam Lenart, Max Planck Odense Center and University of Southern Denmark ; Elizaveta Sopina, Centre for Applied Health Services Research and University of Southern Denmark ; Virginia Zarulli, Max Planck Odense Center

  62. Cohesion in Demographic Research 1964-2011: How Disciplinarity Shapes DemographyJimi Adams, University of Colorado, Denver

  63. The Geo-Diversity of the Colombian Family: Union Formality and Household ComplexityAnny Carolina Saavedra Morales, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona ; Chia Liu, Center for Demographic Studies (Barcelona)

  64. Prediction of Non-Receipt of Needed Medical Care in New York City Adults: Evaluation of Individual and Neighborhood Characteristic Interactions through Boosted Regression TreesDavid M. Wutchiett, Columbia University

  65. Collecting Data on International Migration: A Challenge in Developing CountriesAnne Herm, Tallinn University ; Michel Poulain, Tallinn University and Université Catholique de Louvain

  66. Prediction of Outcome after Severe and Moderate Head Injury: An Application of Classification and Regression Tree (CART) TechniqueVineet Kumar Kamal, All India Institute of Medical Sciences ; Ravindra Mohan Pandey, All India Institute of Medical Sciences ; Deepak Agrawal, All India Institute of Medical Sciences

  67. Does the Radical Right Have a Future in Swedish Politics? Socio-Demographic Structure and Voter Support for the Sweden DemocratsMargarita Chudnovskaya, Stockholm University ; Tina Goldschmidt, Stockholm University

  68. Privacy in Survey Interview Settings: Results from a Randomized ExperimentRukmalie Jayakody, Pennsylvania State University

  69. Exploring Factors Associated with Completeness of Parental Survival Data in a Longitudinal Surveillance System in Rural South AfricaGabriela Mejia-Pailles, University of Southampton ; Victoria Hosegood, University of Southampton

  70. The Consequences of Partner Incarceration for Women’s EmploymentAngela Bruns, University of Washington

  71. Capturing Family Planning Data through Population-Based Household Surveys: A Systematic Review of World Fertility Survey, Contraceptive Prevalence Survey, Reproductive Health Survey, Demographic and Health Survey, PMA2020 Survey QuestionnairesMadeleine Short Fabic, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) ; Yoonjoung Choi, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)

  72. Assessing the Impact of Community Violence on Marriage and Fertility: The Case of MexicoMónica L. Caudillo, New York University (NYU)

  73. Reading the Public Mind to Emigrate, as Expressed over TweetsHyekyung Woo, Seoul National University ; Youngtae Cho, Seoul National University ; Eunyoung Shim, Seoul National University

  74. Subjective Cognitive Impairment of Older Adults: A Comparison between the U.S. and ChinaQiong Wu, Peking University

  75. Kids’ Daily Activity Spaces, Physical Activity and Stress: Linking Real-Time Geospatial Data with Other Real-Time Data Sources in a Sample of Southern California ChildrenMalia Jones, University of Southern California ; Genevieve Fridlund Dunton, University of Southern California

  76. Analysis of Individual Data from Historical Parish Registers for the Study of Demographic Behavior in the Past – Case Study on the Population Born from 1650s to 1830s in Jablonec, Czech LandsLudmila Fialova, Charles University in Prague ; Klara Hulikova Tesarkova, Charles University in Prague ; Barbora Kuprova, Charles University in Prague

  77. Examining Patterns of Police Militarization: Findings from the 1033 ProgramEllen Dinsmore, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  78. Subnational Fertility Projections in Brazil – a Bayesian Probabilistic Approach ApplicationGabriel Borges, Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE) and University of California, Berkeley

  79. Evaluation of Brazil’s Population Census Coverage and Quality through Demographic AnalysisGabriel Borges, Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE) and University of California, Berkeley

  80. Destination upon Exit: Housing Trajectories and Shelter Program Use Histories among the Homeless Population in Miami-Dade CountyClaudia Solari, Abt Associates ; Matthew Marr, Florida International University

  81. Within-Country Variation in under-5 Mortality in Bangladesh, Mozambique, Uganda, and ZambiaLaura A. Dwyer-Lindgren, University of Washington ; Abraham Flaxman, University of Washington ; Haidong Wang, University of Washington ; Marie Ng, University of Washington ; Gloria Ikilezi, University of Washington ; Felix Masiye, University of Zambia ; Emmanuela Gakidou, University of Washington ; Stephen Lim, University of Washington

  82. Crime Prediction in Chicago: Using a Statistical Learning Approach to Create a Spatiotemporal Vulnerability Surface of Violent CrimeTimmy Huynh, Pennsylvania State University ; Brian Swedberg, Pennsylvania State University

  83. Acculturation and Perceptions of the Law in Chicago NeighborhoodsCarmen Gutierrez, University of Texas at Austin ; David S. Kirk, University of Texas at Austin

  84. The Role of Residential Segregation and Vulnerability on Potential Accessibility to Primary Care Services in TexasRamona Serban, University of Texas at San Antonio

  85. A Spatial Perspective on Mexican Immigration since 1970Jeffrey Napierala, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY)

  86. Thirty Years of the DHS Program in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Review of Contributions and ChallengesJacob A. Adetunji, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)