Poster Session 2:
Fertility Intentions and Behavior

Thursday, May 1
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

  1. Ideal Age at First Birth and Associated Factors: Results from the Qualitative SPAFF StudyAndrea Melnikas, City University of New York (CUNY); Diana Romero, Hunter College, City University of New York (CUNY)

  2. The Influence of Family Structure and Family Socioeconomic Status on the Sexual Initiation of First, Second, and Third Generation Mexican-Origin AdolescentsKate Coleman-Minahan, University of Colorado at Denver

  3. Persistent Employment Instability and Fertility Intentions: The Gender-Specific Effect within Couples in ItalyAnnalisa Busetta, Università degli Studi di Palermo; Daria Mendola, Università degli Studi di Palermo

  4. Cohort Reconstruction: The Relationship between Fertility and Education and Its Impact in the Transition to MotherhoodLídia P. Tomé, Universidade de Évora; Maria Mendes, Universidade de Évora

  5. Uses and Importance of the Models in Analysing Real Life Time Data for First Birth IntervalShilpi Tanti, Banaras Hindu University; K. K. Singh, Banaras Hindu University

  6. Religiosity and Fertility: Jews in IsraelBarbara S. Okun, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  7. The Contributions of Childbearing within Marriage and within Consensual Union to Fertility in Latin America, 1980-2010Benoît Laplante, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS); Teresa Castro Martin, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC); Clara Cortina, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Ana Laura Fostik, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS)

  8. How Workplace Resources Impact Women's Fertility in East Asian Countries: Taiwan as an ExamplePo-Chun Huang, University of California, Davis

  9. Do Mothers-in-Law Influence Fertility Preferences of Daughters-in-Law: Evidence from Rural Bihar, IndiaAbhishek Kumar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  10. The Couple Context of Unintended Pregnancy: The Effect of Parental Disagreement on Birth Outcomes in the United States 2006-2010Laura Kelly, University of Pennsylvania

  11. Empowering Men and Involving Fathers in Maternal and Child Care with Information Communication Technology ToolSuneetha Sapur, Akkshaya Foundation; Kathiresan Cinnusamy, Center for Development of Advanced Computing; Girija Vadlamudi, Center for Development of Advanced Computing

  12. The Role of Husband, Mother-in-Law and Social Networks on Fertility Patterns in Rural IndiaPraveen Kumar Pathak, University of Delhi and International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Raya Muttarak, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Valeria Bordone, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU); Faujdar Ram, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  13. Child Protection and Adult Outcomes: Evaluating the Reproductive Behavior following Evacuation to Foster Care during World War IITorsten Santavirta, Stockholm University

  14. Late Motherhood in Poland: Timing of the First Childbirth in the Context of Educational, Professional and Conjugal CareersAnna Rybinska, Warsaw School of Economics

  15. Sexual Communication with Parents and Friends: Influences on Adolescent Sexual Behavior in Urban Poor Communities in GhanaNurudeen Alhassan, University of Ghana; Francis Nii-Amoo Dodoo, Pennsylvania State University and University of Ghana; Eunice Nkrumah, University of Ghana

  16. Is What You Say What You Mean?Stan Becker, Johns Hopkins University

  17. Prevalence and Determinants of Unintended Pregnancies in MalawiMartin E. Palamuleni, North-West University, South Africa; Ayo S. Adebowale, University of Ibadan; Mercy Palamuleni, Colgate University

  18. Fertility Decline and Investment in Children's Human Capital in Urban Burkina Faso: What Causal Relationship?Moussa Bougma, Université de Montréal; Thomas LeGrand, Université de Montréal

  19. Low Fertility, Little Modern Contraception and Women’s Work: The Puzzle of Urban AfricaAllan G. Hill, Harvard University; Samuel Agyei-Mensah, University of Ghana; John K. Anarfi, University of Ghana

  20. Lifespan Kin Availability in Three Low Fertility PopulationsColin Odden, Ohio State University

  21. Why Is Fertility on the Rise in Egypt? The Role of Women’s Employment OpportunitiesCaroline Krafft, University of Minnesota

  22. Does Women’s Fertility Intention Predict Fertility Behavior? A Panel Study in Contemporary ChinaJingyuan Xie, University of Maryland

  23. Job Displacement and Fertility over the Business CycleBarbara Hofmann, University of Mannheim and Institute for Employment Research (IAB); Michaela Kreyenfeld, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Arne Uhlendorff, University of Mannheim

  24. Sociocultural Determinants of Modern Contraceptive Use across and within Seven West African Countries?Megan L. Ledger, University of Southampton

  25. Achieving Desired Family Size in Japan: Socio-Demographic Causes of the DiscrepanciesSetsuya Fukuda, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Tokyo

  26. Effect of Child Care Leave Law on the Work Continuation and Fertility Timing of Mothers in Japan Using Natural ExperimentNobuko Nagase, Ochanomizu University and Cornell University

  27. Linkages between Fertility and Employment of Women in Turkey: Discrete Time Event History Analyses Using TDHS-2008Ayse Abbasoglu-Ozgoren, Hacettepe University

  28. Progression to 2nd Births in the U.K.: Interactions with Fertility Desires and Kin InvestmentsSusan B. Schaffnit, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); Rebecca Sear, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)

  29. Late Fertility Transition in Sardinia (Villagrande, 1851-2013)Michel Poulain, Tallinn University and Université Catholique de Louvain; Dany Chambre, Independent Researcher; Gianni Pes, Università degli Studi di Sassari

  30. The Comparative Study on Fertility Intention between Different Groups - Based on the Surveys in Beijing of ChinaXiaohong Ma, Renmin University of China

  31. Dizygotic Twinning and Fecundity – Is There an Association between a Family History of Twinning and Birth Intervals in Contemporary Sweden?Martin Kolk, Stockholm University

  32. It’s about Time: Data on Interpregnancy Interval Using the National Survey of Family Growth and the National Vital Statistics SystemCasey E. Copen, National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), CDC; Marie Thoma, National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), CDC; Sharon W. Kirmeyer, National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), CDC

  33. Cohabitation and Family Formation in ChinaLijun Yang, Beijing Normal University

  34. Intention for One Child Family among New Cohorts of Marriage in Iran; Levels, Determinants and Policy ImplicationsFarideh Khalajabadi Farahani, National Institute in Population Studies and Comprehensive Management of I.R. of Iran

  35. Socio-Demographic Determinants of Adolescent Childbearing in ZambiaNwamaka C. Nwogwugwu, University of the Witwatersrand and Population Council; Temitope O. Adeyoju, University of the Witwatersrand; Chidimma M. Mbanefo, University of the Witwatersrand

  36. Educational Homogamy and Childbearing: A Cohort Study on the Changing Relationship between Relative Resources in Couples and Their First and Second Birth TransitionsNatalie Nitsche, Yale University

  37. The Effect of Personality, Physical Attractiveness, and Intelligence on Fertility Outcomes: Evidence from Multiple SurveysKeuntae Kim, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  38. Age-Heterogeneous Couples and Their Children: Testing the Transmission of Demographic BehaviorsSven Drefahl, Stockholm University

  39. Young Girls, Exposed! Early Menstruation, Sexual Debut and Teenage Pregnancy in the PhilippinesChristian Joy P. Cruz, University of the Philippines

  40. The Modern Migrant Mother: Internal Migration, Stalled Fertility, and Proximate Determinants in BeninChristopher S. Inkpen, Pennsylvania State University

  41. Predictors of Non-Marital Sexual Activity and Pregnancy Experience among Young Females in Urban KenyaChinelo Okigbo, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ilene S. Speizer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  42. Urban Fertility in Zambia at the Turn of the 21st Century: Understanding Fertility Decline amidst De-UrbanizationAthena Pantazis, University of Washington

  43. Couples’ Attitudes and the Transition to First Births in GermanySandra Krapf, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Sabine Zinn, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  44. Fertility of Turkish Migrants in Germany: Duration of Stay MattersKatharina Wolf, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  45. Ready, Willing and Able: Bottlenecks to the Onset of Fertility Decline in the United StatesJ. David Hacker, University of Minnesota

  46. Hispanic/Mexican Fertility: A Cause for Concern?Reanne Frank, Ohio State University; Elizabeth Wildsmith, Child Trends; Kristi Williams, Ohio State University

  47. Parental Income, College Attendance, and First Birth TimingLori Reeder, University of Maryland

  48. Virginia Is for (Teen) Lovers: County Level Teenage Birth Rates and Socio-Structural Spatial ProcessesEllis Logan, Pennsylvania State University

  49. Spatial Variations in Covariates on Marriage and Marital Fertility: Geographically Weighted Regression Analyses in JapanKenji Kamata, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

  50. Testing Pathways of Influence from Education to Fertility: Educational Enrollment and Attitudinal ChangeEmily Marshall, University of Michigan; Caroline Sten Hartnett, University of South Carolina

  51. Transition in Second Birth Intention in a Low Fertility Context: The Case of Jiangsu, ChinaLuoman Bao, University of Maryland; Zhenzhen Zheng, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

  52. Reports of Fertility Preferences: Assessing the Effects of Priming with Social ContextsEmily Marshall, University of Michigan; Hana Shepherd, Rutgers University

  53. Fertility in Married and Cohabiting Unions: A European ComparisonRoberta Rutigliano, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Gosta Esping-Andersen, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Mathew J. Creighton, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

  54. Multidimensional Poverty and Fertility Preferences among Women in IndiaBidyadhar Dehury, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  55. Causes and Consequences of the Fertility Stall in Israel: The Case of Jewish SettlersAnaïs Simard-Gendron, Université de Montréal

  56. School Dropout Due to Pregnancy and Parent-Presence in the Household in South AfricaNicole De Wet, University of the Witwatersrand; Sibusiso Mkwananzi, University of the Witwatersrand

  57. Mass Incarceration and Quantum-Tempo Effects in African-American Fertility, 1980-2006Bryan L. Sykes, DePaul University; Evelyn J. Patterson, Vanderbilt University

  58. Two Are Best? The Persistence of Two-Child Family Ideals and Preferences in EuropeTomas Sobotka, Vienna Institute of Demography; Eva Beaujouan, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU)

  59. Low Fertility in South Korea: Effects of Micro-Level Gender Equity and Family Support on FertilitySoo-Yeon Yoon, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  60. Sexual Behavior, Attitudes toward Marriage and Cohabitation, and Skin Tone: Exploring Relations from Emerging Adulthood to Young AdulthoodAntoinette M. Landor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  61. Marriage and Childbearing among Adolescents and Young Women: What Do We Know from Household-Based Surveys and Is It Correct?Vladimira Kantorova, United Nations Population Division

  62. “He’s Still with These Girls”: How Men Who Identify as Gay and Men Who Identify as Straight Negotiate Sexual Agreements and Implications for Women’s HIV RiskWhitney E. Williams, Emory University; Rob Stephenson, Emory University

  63. Contraceptive Use and the Pursuit of Education and Marriage: An Adolescent Dilemma in Rural MalawiSarah Garver, Ohio State University; Alison Norris, Ohio State University

  64. How Young Mothers Manage: Is There Evidence for Heterogeneity after an Early Birth?Christina Diaz, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Jeremy E. Fiel, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  65. The Association between Intimate Partner Violence and Birth Spacing: An Application of the Cox Proportional Hazards Model to the Demographic and Health SurveysLauren Maxwell, McGill University

  66. Transitions to Marriage and Parenthood in Taiwan: Their Causes and ConsequencesYaFeng Lin, Louisiana State University; Yoshinori Kamo, Louisiana State University

  67. Disentangling Subjective Norms: The Social Effects of Friends and Parents on Unintended Young PregnancyEllen Compernolle, University of Michigan

  68. Do Unwanted Children Get Less Schooling in Matlab, Bangladesh?Susan Christiansen, Johns Hopkins University; David Bishai, Johns Hopkins University; Abdur Razzaque, ICDDR,B

  69. Exceeding Ideal Family Size and Child Growth Outcomes in the Tsimane Amerindians of BoliviaMegan E. Costa, University of Pennsylvania; Michael D. Gurven, University of California, Santa Barbara

  70. School Disadvantage and Sexual Debut in MalawiJinho Kim, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  71. Extended Kinship Networks, Socioeconomic Resources, and Reproductive Behavior during the Demographic TransitionHeidi Hanson, Huntsman Cancer Institute; Thomas Maloney, University of Utah; Geraldine P. Mineau, University of Utah

  72. Complicating Pregnancy Intention: Early Educational Advantage and Likelihood of Unintended BirthsAkilah Wise, University of Michigan

  73. Relationships between Marriage and Fertility Transitions in Sub-Saharan AfricaTakudzwa Sayi, Princeton University

  74. Pathways to Nonmarital Birth in Adolescence and Emerging AdulthoodChelsea Garneau, Auburn University; Raymond Petren, Florida State University; Patricia Roberson, University of Tennessee at Knoxville

  75. Unwanted Fertility in Bolivia and Peru: An Examination of Ethnic InequalityJennifer A. Mendoza, Ohio State University

  76. Dynamics of Safe Sex Practice in Intimate Partner Relationship among Female Sex Workers (FSWs) in MaharashtraRagini Mishra, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  77. Quantity-Quality Tradeoff in Fertility Planning among Uneducated Couples at Malda District of West Bengal, IndiaPuspita Datta, Population Services International, India