Poster Session 2
1. Cohesion in Demographic Research 1964-2011: How Disciplinarity Shapes Demography • Jimi Adams, University of Colorado, Denver.
2. Thirty Years of the DHS Program in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Review of Contributions and Challenges • Jacob A. Adetunji, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
5. The Effects of Juvenile Arrest on Educational Outcomes: Does Arrest Type Matter? • Mariam Ashtiani, University of California, Irvine.
6. Can Age Help to Explain Heterogeneity in Southern European Home Ownership Patterns • Alda 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.
7. The Measurement of International Migration in U.S. Census Surveys: An Examination of Current Population Survey Data Matched to Social Security Administration Records • James D. Bachmeier, Temple University; Jennifer Van Hook, Pennsylvania State University; Bert Kestenbaum, U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA).
8. Kinshasa’s Information Platform to Accelerate Modern Contraceptive Use • Jane 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.
9. Validating Indicators of the Quality of Maternal Health Care in Kenya • Ann 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.
10. Evaluating Mortality Forecasts Using Taylor's Power Law • Christina Bohk, University of Rostock; Roland Rau, University of Rostock; Joel E. Cohen, Rockefeller University and Columbia University.
11. Subnational Fertility Projections in Brazil – a Bayesian Probabilistic Approach Application • Gabriel Borges, Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE) and University of California, Berkeley.
12. Evaluation of Brazil’s Population Census Coverage and Quality through Demographic Analysis • Gabriel Borges, Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE) and University of California, Berkeley.
13. Processing the Census Bureau’s Population Estimates • Ben Bolender, U.S. Census Bureau; Larry D. Sink, U.S. Census Bureau.
14. The Consequences of Partner Incarceration for Women’s Employment • Angela Bruns, University of Washington.
15. The Relationship between Space, Time, Fertility, and Employment: A Fixed Effects Spatial Panel Approach • Alessandra 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.
16. Assessing the Impact of Community Violence on Marriage and Fertility: The Case of Mexico • Mónica L. Caudillo, New York University (NYU).
17. Does the Radical Right Have a Future in Swedish Politics? Socio-Demographic Structure and Voter Support for the Sweden Democrats • Margarita Chudnovskaya, Stockholm University; Tina Goldschmidt, Stockholm University.
19. More Lawyers, More Crime? An Evaluation of the OEO Legal Service Program • Jamein P. Cunningham, Portland State University.
20. Examining Patterns of Police Militarization: Findings from the 1033 Program • Ellen Dinsmore, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
21. Web Application for Spatial Exploration of Racial Diversity over the Entire United States at 90 m Resolution • Anna Dmowska, University of Cincinnati; Tomasz F. Stepinski, University of Cincinnati; Pawel Netzel, University of Cincinnati.
24. Sports Demography: Demographic Analysis Applied to Sporting Populations • Petra Dupalová, Charles University in Prague.
25. Within-Country Variation in under-5 Mortality in Bangladesh, Mozambique, Uganda, and Zambia • Laura 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.
26. 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.
27. Young Women’s Attitudes towards Marriage and Childbearing by Race: The Problem of Abstract Survey Questions • Calvina Ellerbe, University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
28. Spatial Variation in Risk Factors of Child Mortality in Two Urban Informal Settlements in Kenya • Cheikh 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).
29. Comparing the Performance of Health Systems in Providing Life Expectancy • Adam 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.
30. 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 Lands • Ludmila Fialova, Charles University in Prague; Klara Hulikova Tesarkova, Charles University in Prague; Barbora Kuprova, Charles University in Prague.
31. Experiencing the Digital Divide: A Longitudinal Analysis of Cell Phone Ownership, Use, and Diffusion among Young Adults in Southern Malawi • Hannah E. Furnas, Pennsylvania State University.
32. Sequential Modeling of Parity Progression in Sub-Saharan Africa • Gebrenegus Ghilagaber, Stockholm University; Paraskevi Peristera, Stockholm University.
33. Methodological Issues in Assessing Poverty among Older People: Insights from Uganda • Valérie Golaz, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).
34. Explaining U.S. Exceptionalism in Homicide over Time: The Role of the Welfare State and Age Structure • Aaron Gottlieb, Princeton University.
35. Reaching the Foreign-Born: An Examination of Mode of Response in the American Community Survey • Thomas A. Gryn, U.S. Census Bureau; Edward N. Trevelyan, U.S. Census Bureau.
36. Undercounting Controversies in South African Censuses • Jeremy J. D. Gumbo, University of the Witwatersrand.
37. Acculturation and Perceptions of the Law in Chicago Neighborhoods • Carmen Gutierrez, University of Texas at Austin; David S. Kirk, University of Texas at Austin.
38. Two Sources of Error in Data on U.S. Migration in Mexican Household-Based Surveys • Erin R. Hamilton, University of California, Davis.
39. Assessing the Validity of Respondents’ Reports of Their Partners’ Ages in a Rural South African Population-Based Cohort • Guy Harling, Harvard University; Tinofa Mutevedzi, Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies.
40. Collecting Data on International Migration: A Challenge in Developing Countries • Anne Herm, Tallinn University; Michel Poulain, Tallinn University and Université Catholique de Louvain.
41. Implications of Measurement: Comparing Estimates of Physical Activity across NHANES, NHIS, and ATUS • Rachelle Hill, U.S. Census Bureau; Kari WIlliams, University of Minnesota.
42. Neighborhood Socioeconomic Status and Change in Built Environment Infrastructure • Jana 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.
43. Crime Prediction in Chicago: Using a Statistical Learning Approach to Create a Spatiotemporal Vulnerability Surface of Violent Crime • Timmy Huynh, Pennsylvania State University; Brian Swedberg, Pennsylvania State University.
44. Movement in America: A Spatial Analysis of County-to-County Migration • Christopher S. Inkpen, Pennsylvania State University.
45. Partners and Crime: Perceptions of Neighborhood Danger in Older Couples • James Iveniuk, University of Chicago.
46. Which Contexts Count? A Multilevel Approach to the Analysis of the Social Ecology of Voting in New York City 2013 • Annette Jacoby, Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY); John Mollenkopf, City University of New York (CUNY).
47. Privacy in Survey Interview Settings: Results from a Randomized Experiment • Rukmalie Jayakody, Pennsylvania State University.
48. Contemporary Patterns in the Impact of Mass Incarceration on Racial and Educational Differences in Union Formation • Jerrett Jones, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
49. 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 Children • Malia Jones, University of Southern California; Genevieve Fridlund Dunton, University of Southern California.
50. Prediction of Outcome after Severe and Moderate Head Injury: An Application of Classification and Regression Tree (CART) Technique • Vineet 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.
51. Spatiotemporal Analysis of Marriage and Marital Fertility in Japan: Using Geographically Weighted Regression 1980-2010 • Kenji Kamata, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan.
52. Examining the Relative Contributions of Son Preference, Fertility Decline and Sex-Selective Abortion in the Sex Ratio Transition • Ridhi Kashyap, University of Oxford and Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Francisco Villavicencio, University of Southern Denmark and Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.
53. Estimation of Life Expectancy from Infant Mortality Rate at Districts Level • Ranjana Kesarwani, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).
54. Assessing the Quality of U.S. Vital Statistics at the County Level Using the Sex Ratio at Birth • Heather King, U.S. Census Bureau; Michele Steinmetz, U.S. Census Bureau; Barbara A. Anderson, University of Michigan.
56. Recent Innovations in the U.S. Census Bureau’s Method of Estimating Foreign-Born Emigration • Mark A. Leach, U.S. Census Bureau.
57. A Look at Alternative Ways to Estimate Emigration in Canada • Andre Lebel, Statistics Canada.
58. Forecasting Mortality by Using Statistical Moments • Adam Lenart, Max Planck Odense Center and University of Southern Denmark; Marius Pascariu, Max Planck Odense Center.
59. Distributional Aspects of Time to Death in Human Populations • Timothy L. M. Riffe, University of California, Berkeley; Adam Lenart, Max Planck Odense Center and University of Southern Denmark.
62. Inferring Population Dynamics from Imperfect Census Data: An Evaluation Study in Three Health and Demographic Surveillance Sites in Rural Senegal • Bruno 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.
64. Exploring Factors Associated with Completeness of Parental Survival Data in a Longitudinal Surveillance System in Rural South Africa • Gabriela Mejia-Pailles, University of Southampton; Victoria Hosegood, University of Southampton.
65. Constructing a Time-Invariant Measure of the Socio-Economic Status of U.S. Census Tracts • Jeremy 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.
66. Moving beyond Self-Report: Neighborhood Disorder, Safety and Physical Activity • Stephen 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.
68. A Spatial Perspective on Mexican Immigration since 1970 • Jeffrey Napierala, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY).
70. Growing Old behind Bars: The Health Profile and Healthcare Needs of Older Men • Kathryn M. Nowotny, University of Colorado, Boulder; Alice Cepeda, University of Southern California; Laurie James-Hawkins, University of Colorado, Boulder.
72. Eliciting Meal Preferences from Households: A Recipe to Improve Estimate Accuracy • Vikki O'Neill, Queen's University Belfast; Marco Boeri, Queen's University Belfast; Cate McNamee, Queen's University Belfast; Amanda Stathopoulos, Northwestern University.
73. Spatial Analysis of Childhood Malnutrition in Bangladesh • Bhumika Piya, Vanderbilt University.
74. Measuring Race and Ethnicity across the Decades, 1790-2010: Coded to 1997 Office of Management and Budget Classification Standards • Beverly M. Pratt, University of Maryland; Lindsay Hixson, U.S. Census Bureau; Nicholas A. Jones, U.S. Census Bureau.
76. The Geo-Diversity of the Colombian Family: Union Formality and Household Complexity • Anny Carolina Saavedra Morales, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Chia Liu, Center for Demographic Studies (Barcelona).
77. Neighborhood Disadvantage and Mortality: New Insights for Racial and Ethnic Differences • Jarron M. Saint Onge, University of Kansas; Jeffrey A. Dennis, University of Texas of the Permian Basin.
78. A Spatial and Bayesian Approach to Infant Mortality in Puerto Rico: A Study of Risk, Clustering and Determinants • Alexis R. Santos-Lozada, University of Texas at San Antonio.
80. Solving the Data Mystery of Varying Modern Contraceptive Use Findings in Bauchi and Sokoto States • Hilary Schwandt, Johns Hopkins University and Western Washington University.
81. The Role of Residential Segregation and Vulnerability on Potential Accessibility to Primary Care Services in Texas • Ramona Serban, University of Texas at San Antonio.
82. Multiple Contexts of Exposure: Assessing How Activity Spaces Modify Neighborhood Effects on Self-Rated Health • Gregory Sharp, Rice University; Rachel T. Kimbro, Rice University.
83. 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 Questionnaires • Madeleine Short Fabic, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID); Yoonjoung Choi, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
84. Young Adults Living at Home: Variations by Attainment and Geography • Julie Siebens, U.S. Census Bureau.
86. Destination upon Exit: Housing Trajectories and Shelter Program Use Histories among the Homeless Population in Miami-Dade County • Claudia Solari, Abt Associates; Matthew Marr, Florida International University.
88. A New Method for the Detection of Multipartner Fertility in Social Surveys: The Age Reporting Discontinuity (ARD) • Bryan L. Sykes, University of California, Irvine.
89. Military Service and Desistance from Contact with the Criminal Justice System • Lucky M. Tedrow, Western Washington University; Jay D. Teachman, Western Washington University.
90. Under-Five Mortality Estimation: Assessing Summary Birth History Methods with Microsimulation • Andrea Verhulst, Université Catholique de Louvain.
91. Reading the Public Mind to Emigrate, as Expressed over Tweets • Hyekyung Woo, Seoul National University; Youngtae Cho, Seoul National University; Eunyoung Shim, Seoul National University.
92. Subjective Cognitive Impairment of Older Adults: A Comparison between the U.S. and China • Qiong Wu, Peking University.
93. Prediction of Non-Receipt of Needed Medical Care in New York City Adults: Evaluation of Individual and Neighborhood Characteristic Interactions through Boosted Regression Trees • David M. Wutchiett, Columbia University.
94. Measurements and Challenges of Adult Deaths Completeness in India and Selected States: An Analytical Study of Different Methodologies • Ajit Yadav, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).
95. An Empirical Analysis of the Effect of Fertility Measurement Choice on Subnational Population Projections: A Case Study of 47 Prefectures in Japan • Masakazu Yamauchi, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan.
96. Income Inequality and Mortality in U.S. Counties, 1990-2010: A Dynamic Spatial Panel Analysis • Tse-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).
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