Poster Session 3
Fertility Intentions and Behaviors

Thursday, April 30
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Indigo Ballrooms A-H
Level 2

1. Son Preference, Fertility Decline and Non-Missing Girls of TurkeyOnur Altindag, Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY).

4. Transition to Second Birth in Ultra-Low Fertility Pacific Asia: A Qualitative Comparative Study of Beijing and TaipeiStuart A. Basten, University of Oxford; Xiaohong Ma, Renmin University of China; Hsieh Shih, Academia Sinica; Lih-Rong Wang, National Taiwan University; Wen-shan Yang, Academia Sinica; Yan Ping, Beijing Administrative College; Emily Freeman, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

5. A Cross-Temporal Meta-Review of Fertility Preferences in ChinaStuart A. Basten, University of Oxford; Baochang Gu, Renmin University of China; Hou Jiawei, Renmin University of China.

6. Fertility and Timing of Childbearing in ColombiaEwa Batyra, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

7. Who Are the Women Who Think They Could Have Become Pregnant without Wanting It?Aline Bohet, Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM).

8. Vulnerable Life Courses? How Do Women without Children Face Social Norms on Motherhood?Vanessa Brandalesi, Université de Lausanne.

9. Child’s Gender Preference: Implication on Childbearing Intention among High Fertility Married Women in Stable Union in MalawiMartin E. Palamuleni, North-West University, South Africa.

10. To Be or Not to Be a Father? The Construction and Implementation of Fertility Intentions among Well-Educated Men in Belo Horizonte, BrazilAngelita Carvalho, ENCE; Paula Miranda-Ribeiro, Cedeplar, UFMG; Andrea B. Simão, Cedeplar, UFMG.

11. Are Brazilian Women Having Fewer Children than They Desire? A Comparison between 1996 and 2006Angelita Carvalho, ENCE; Laura R. Wong, Cedeplar, UFMG.

12. Impact of Contextual Factors on the Relationship between Fertility Intention and Behavior: An Indian Case Study, 2005-2012Esha Chatterjee, University of Maryland; Joan R. Kahn, University of Maryland.

13. Engendering Definitions of Inequality with Descriptions of Reproductive Difference: Family Formation Experience Differences among Men and between Women and MenAveril Clarke, Suffolk University.

14. Does an Additional Nephew Increase Fertility? Identifying Fertility Contagion Using Random Fertility ShocksSara Cools, BI Norwegian Business School; Rannveig V. Kaldager, Statistics Norway and University of Oslo.

15. Trends in First Interpregnancy Interval among U.S WomenCasey E. Copen, National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), CDC.

16. Fertility Preferences and Family Planning Intentions among Kenyan Women: The Influence of Pregnancy and Childbirth ExperiencesAndreea A. Creanga, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Emory University; George Awino Odhiambo, Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI); Benjamin Odera, Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI); Meghna Desai, Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI); Mary M. Goodwin, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Kayla Laserson, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Howard Goldberg, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

17. Stall of the Fertility Decline and the Newly Passed Reproductive Health Law in the PhilippinesChristian Joy P. Cruz, University of the Philippines.

18. Latest-Late Transition: Fertility and Reproductive Health of the Romani Population Living in Rome and Other Italian CitiesGianpiero Dalla Zuanna, Università di Padova; Emiliana Baldoni, Università di Padova; Maria Castiglioni, Università di Padova.

19. Fertility Transition in Turkey: Who Is Most at Risk of Deciding against Child Arrival?Aurélien Dasre, Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense and CRESPPA; Angela Greulich Luci, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne; Ceren Inan, Université Montesquieu - Bordeaux IV.

20. Sociodemographic Factors and Type of Teen Birth across Birth CohortsAnne Driscoll, National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), CDC.

21. The Delayed Transition to Motherhood in Iran: The Role of Women’s Employment and EducationAmir Erfani, Nipissing University; Javad Shojaei, National Institute in Population Studies and Comprehensive Management of I.R. of Iran.

22. Fertility Expectations and Residential Mobility in BritainJohn Ermisch, University of Oxford; Fiona Steele, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

25. The Effect of the Timing of First Birth on Fertility Differentials: An Application of Hurdle ModelsSandra M. Florian, University of Southern California.

27. A Spatial Econometrics Analysis of Three Decades of Fertility Changes in SpainAlessandra Carioli, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) and University of Groningen; Daniel Devolder, Center for Demographic Studies (Barcelona); Joaquin Recaño Valverde, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.

28. Priceless Kids? Examining the Impact of Economic Circumstances on Childbearing Intentions of Young Men and Women in GermanyClaudia Geist, University of Utah.

29. Why Wait? Gender, Race, and Class as Predictors of Teens' Attitudes towards PregnancyKyl Myers, University of Utah; Claudia Geist, University of Utah.

30. Pregnant with Change: Contraceptive Responsibility in Contemporary AmericaKsenia Gracheva, University of California, Irvine.

31. Europe and Israel: Understanding the Puzzle of Low vs. High Fertility in Developed CountriesKarra Greenberg, University of California, Los Angeles.

32. Intergenerational Ties, One-Child Policy, and Fertility in China: Evidence from the 1982 and 1990 CensusJasmine Trang Ha, University of Minnesota.

33. Risk of Unintended Pregnancy among Adolescent and Young Adult Women: The Roles of Social Discrimination and Mental HealthKelli S. Hall, University of Michigan; Heather Gatny, University of Michigan.

34. Understanding Men's Family Planning and Fertility Intentions in Three Palestinian West Bank TownsWeeam S. Hammoudeh, Brown University.

35. The Predictability of Fertility Intentions for Subsequent Fertility Behavior in a Stable-Low Fertility ContextDoris Hanappi, University of California, Berkeley and Université de Lausanne; Carl Mason, University of California, Berkeley.

36. Parenthood Postponed: Characteristics of Older First-Time Mothers in New ZealandBryndl Hohmann-Marriott, University of Otago.

38. The Changing Impact of Socio-Economic Factors on Fertility Decline in IndiaBinod Jena, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Prakash Sahoo, Jawaharlal Nehru University.

39. Gender Equality and Cross-National Differences in FertilityCatherine Jeppsen, Pennsylvania State University.

40. Religious Context, Religiosity, and Cross-National Differences in FertilityCatherine Jeppsen, Pennsylvania State University.

41. Has Uganda Experienced Any Stalled Fertility Transition? Reflecting on the Last Four DecadesAllen Kabagenyi, Makerere University; Alice Reid, University of Cambridge; Lynn M. Atuyambe, Makerere University; James Ntozi, Makerere University.

42. Life Dissatisfaction over the Life History: Dissatisfaction as a Driver of BehaviorJunji Kageyama, Meikai University and University of California, Berkeley.

43. This Is a Man’s World? Changes in Disposable Income Predict Sex Ratio at BirthOhto Kanninen, Labour Institute for Economic Research, Finland; Aleksi Karhula, University of Turku.

44. Fertility and Quantity-Quality Trade off in a Poor State of IndiaHarihar Sahoo, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

45. Could the Fertility Decline in Space and Time Just Be a Communication Process? Agent-Based Simulations on Swedish DataSebastian Kluesener, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Francesco Scalone, Università di Bologna.

47. Economic Uncertainty in Fertility Research: Evidence from the Czech RepublicOlga Kurtinova, Charles University in Prague.

48. What Changing Family Life Tells Us about Europeans?Pavlína Habartová, Charles University in Prague; Klara Hulikova Tesarkova, Charles University in Prague; Olga Kurtinova, Charles University in Prague.

49. Nordic Family Policy and Continued FertilityTrude Lappegård, Statistics Norway; Ann-Zofie Duvander, Stockholm University; Synøve N. Andersen, Statistics Norway; Olof Gardarsdottir, University of Iceland; Gerda R. Neyer, Stockholm University; Ida Viklund, Stockholm University.

50. Is China Headed for Very Low Fertility? Fertility Desire, Intention, and OutcomesZhenzhen Zheng, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; Yong Cai, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Feng Wang, University of California, Irvine; Baochang Gu, Renmin University of China.

52. Differential Responses in First Birth Behaviour to Economic Recession in the United KingdomMark J. Lyons-Amos, Institute of Education; Ingrid Schoon, Institute of Education.

53. Behavioral or Biological: Taking a Closer Look at the Relationship between HIV and FertilityAyesha Mahmud, Princeton University.

54. ART Availability and Fertility Desire: Evidence from a Population-Based Cohort in Rakai, Uganda from 2001-2011Sanyukta Mathur, Columbia University; Xiaobo Zhong, Columbia University; Tom Lutalo, Rakai Health Sciences Program; Kristin Wunder, Columbia University; Ying Wei, Columbia University; Maria Wawer, Johns Hopkins University; John Santelli, Columbia University.

55. Teen Pregnancy in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Application of Social Disorganisation TheorySibusiso Mkwananzi, University of the Witwatersrand.

56. Difficult Home Ownership and First-Child Birth: Evidence from SpainJuan A. Módenes, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Alda B. Azevedo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and University of Lisbon; Julián López-Colás, Center for Demographic Studies (Barcelona).

57. Intergenerational Transmission of Fertility Timing in GermanyKathrin Morosow, Stockholm University; Heike Trappe, University of Rostock.

58. “Boon for Paid Mothers” or “Human Rights Violations”? An Exploratory Study on Commercial Surrogacy in IndiaRitika Mukherjee, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

59. Role of Family Size Preferences in Explaining Stalling Fertility Transition in KenyaAndrew Mutuku, University of Nairobi.

60. Using Cognitive Dissonance Theory to Examine Fears and Contraceptive Non-Use regarding Premarital Sex in Cebu Young AdultsSubasri Narasimhan, University of California, Los Angeles; Sonny A. Bechayda, University of San Carlos; Josephine L. Avila, University of San Carlos; Jessica D. Gipson, University of California, Los Angeles.

61. The Gender-Specific Effects of Partners’ Socio-Economic Resources on FertilityAnna Matysiak, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Natalie Nitsche, Vienna Institute of Demography.

62. Life-Course Trajectories of Childless Women: Country-Specific or Universal?Monika Mynarska, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University; Anna Matysiak, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Anna Rybinska, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Valentina Tocchioni, Università di Firenze.

64. Fertility and Socioeconomic Gender Equality among Couples: Bayesian Analysis of Three European CountriesBeata Osiewalska, Cracow University of Economics.

66. The Timing of Infertility Help-Seeking from a Couple PerspectiveJasmin Passet-Wittig, Federal Institute for Population Research, Germany.

67. The Tempo Effect on Recent Change in Rural-Urban Fertility in West Bengal, IndiaLopamudra Paul, FHI 360.

68. Multidimensional Measures of Fertility Intentions regarding Terminated Pregnancy and Association with Subsequent Reproductive Health Outcomes in BangladeshErin Pearson, Johns Hopkins University; Kamal Kanti Biswas, Ipas; Rezwana Chowdhury, Ipas; Sharmin Sultana, Ipas; S. M. Shahidullah, Ipas; Caroline Moreau, Johns Hopkins University and Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale (INSERM).

69. Whose Preference? Gender Relations and Husband-Wife Differences in Son PreferenceCandas Pinar, Yale University; Vida Maralani, Yale University.

70. Can New Fertility Policy Turn the Low Fertility Up in China?Xiaochun Qiao, Peking University.

71. Age-Disaggregated Data on Early Childbearing in Developing Countries for DevelopmentHantamalala Rafalimanana, United Nations.

72. The Effect of Unemployment on the Realization of Fertility Projects in FranceArnaud Régnier-Loilier, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Ariane Pailhé, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

73. Fertility Differentials among Muslim and Non-Muslim: A Comparative Study of Asian CountriesTamal Reja, Giri Institute of Development Studies; Amrapali Mukherjee, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

74. Divorce and Parity Progression following the Death of a Child: A Population-Based Prospective StudyJan M. Saarela, University of Helsinki and Åbo Akademi University; Fjalar Finnäs, Åbo Akademi University; Mikael Rostila, Stockholm University.

75. Investigating a Mechanism in Which Education, Early Marriage, Decision-Making, and Gender-Role Attitudes Influence Fertility in Senegal: A Structural Equation Modeling ApproachKyoko Shimamoto, University of California, Los Angeles.

76. Converge or Diverge? Examining Changes in Fertility, Family Structure, and Female Employment in Asia through an Extension of Data from the OECD Family DatabaseYoon-Jeong Shin, Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs; Min Young Song, Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs.

77. Infertility and Fertility Intentions, Desires, and Outcomes among U.S. WomenKarina M. Shreffler, Oklahoma State University; Julia McQuillan, University of Nebraska at Lincoln; Arthur Greil, Alfred University; Stacy Tiemeyer, University of Nebraska at Lincoln; Kathleen S. Slauson-Blevins, Old Dominion University.

78. Contextual and Individual Effects behind Fertility Change in the West Bank and Gaza StripAnaïs Simard-Gendron, Université de Montréal.

79. Intentions, Desires, and Compulsions? Ethnographic Perspectives on Infertility from IndiaHolly D. Singh, University of Michigan.

80. Does Pregnancy Intention Impact Breastfeeding Duration in India: An Insight from NFHS-3Nalin Singh Negi, BBC Media Action.

81. Fertility Differentials in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Review of DeterminantsOluwaseyi Somefun, University of the Witwatersrand.

82. "Wan, Xi, Shao" vs. Sent-Down: What Caused the Chinese Fertility Decline in the 1970s?Shige Song, Queens College, City University of New York (CUNY).

83. Two-Tier Fertility Decline in Nigeria: The Growing Discrepancy between Muslims and ChristiansMarcin Stonawski, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and Cracow University of Economics; Michaela Potancokova, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Matthew Cantele, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); Vegard Skirbekk, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA).

84. Financial Stress, Economic Uncertainty and Transitions to First and Second BirthJuliet A. Stone, University of Southampton.

86. Educational Differences in Fertility Intentions: A Meta-AnalysisMaria Rita Testa, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Fabian Stephany, Vienna University of Economics and Business.

87. Fertility Trends by Ethnic Groups in Cameroon: Evidence from Three Demographic and Health SurveysSonzia Teutsong, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

88. Human Fertility, Molecular Genetics, and Natural Selection in Modern SocietiesFelix Tropf, University of Groningen; Gert Stulp, University of Groningen; Nicola Barban, University of Oxford; Peter Visscher, University of Queensland; Jian Yang, University of Queensland; Harold Snieder, University of Groningen.

89. Limits to Fertility Postponement in the Context of Reproductive Ageing: Results from Polish GGS SurveyKrzysztof Tymicki, Warsaw School of Economics.

90. Son Preference and Group Majority/Minority: Comparing Hindus and Muslims in India and BangladeshAbhijit Visaria, University of Pennsylvania.

91. Climate Change and Fertility Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Case of CameroonUilrich Inespéré Waffo, CARE-IFA and Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD); Blaise Nguendo Yongsi, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi.

92. A Study of the County-Level Fertility in China Using Geographically Weighted Regression MethodDonghui Wang, Pennsylvania State University; Jingjing Wang, University of Minnesota.

93. Religion and Reproductive Behavior in Sub-Saharan AfricaCharles Westoff, Princeton University; Kristin Bietsch, Princeton University.

94. Migrants vs. Stayers: Are Fertility Differences a Matter of Migrant Selection?Katharina Wolf, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

95. Fertility after Repartnering in Russia: Pursuing the Two-Child Ideal in a Context of Increased Marital ComplexitySergei V. Zakharov, National Research University Higher School of Economics; Elena Churilova, National Research University Higher School of Economics and New Economic School, Russia.

96. Fertility Transition in Kenya: Why Has the Stall Persisted?Anne Khasakhala, University of Nairobi.

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