Thursday, March 31 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

P1Aging, Life Course, Health, Mortality, and Health Care

Thursday, March 31 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

1The American Community Survey: Stupendous Opportunities, Substantial Challenges
2The AIDS Pandemic
3The Measurement of Race and Ethnic Origin
4Early Life Experiences and Later Life Outcomes
5Public Policy and the Family
6Immigrant Adaptation
7Inequality in U.S. Labor Markets
8Union Formation
9The Multiethnic Metropolis
10Gender and Education in Developing Countries
11Acculturation and Health
12Demography of Domestic Violence
13The Onset of Fertility Decline in Africa
14Accessibility of Family Planning in Developing Countries
15Welfare and Poverty
16Marriage, Cohabitation, and Children

Thursday, March 31 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

17How Should the Census Bureau Respond to Requests for Data?: Political and Ethical Issues
18Sexual Behavior in the U.S.
19Demography and Life Course Studies
20Population and Environment
21Stratification Processes
22The Demography of Forced Migration
23Race and Ethnic Inequality
24Immigrants, Language, and Culture
25Experimental Methods in Demographic Research
26Education Enrollment and Attainment
27Comparative Perspectives on Immigration
28Marriage Patterns in Developing Countries
29The Social and Demographic Effects of Housing
30Breastfeeding: Trends, Causes, and Consequences
31Methodological Issues in Mortality Research

Thursday, March 31 / 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

P2Education, Gender, Religion, Language and Culture

Thursday, March 31 / 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM

33Author Meets Critics: "Growing up Global: Transitions to Adulthood in Developing Countries" Cynthia Lloyd and others
34Slow and Stalled Fertility Transitions
35Family and Health Over the Life Course
36Parental Employment, Time, and Child Care
37Cultural Demography
38Centenarian Data: What We Know, What We Think We Know
39Demographic Perspectives on Emotions, Happiness, and Hormones
41The Demography of Indigenous Populations
42Union Dissolution
43Community Influences on Health and Mortality
44Residential Mobility and Neighborhood Change
46Intermetropolitan Migration in the United States
47New Directions on Mortality Research
48Parents' Work and Children's Lives

Thursday, March 31 / 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

P3Fertility, Family Planning, Unions, and Sexual Behavior

Thursday, March 31 / 3:30 PM - 5:20 PM

49Explaining Family Change and Variation
50Interactions Between Fertility and Reproductive Health
51One Parent Families
52Income and Wealth Inequality
53Marital Status, Partnership Status, and Health
54Education and Fertility
55Fertility and Family Planning in the United States
56The Impact of Healthy Behaviors on Well Being and Longevity
57Statistical Demography
58Educational Patterns in Developing Countries
59Disability, Schooling, and Employment
60Social Inequalities and Health: Methodological Advances
61Community Structure and Migration
62Census Coverage and Population Estimates
63Aging and Household Structure in Developing Countries
64Migration in Developing Countries

Friday, April 1 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

P4Migration, Income, Employment, Neighborhoods and Residential Context

Friday, April 1 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

65Forging the Future in Work, Family, Health and Well-being Research
67Dynamics and Patterns of Sexual Behavior in China
68Family Structure and Child Development
69Residential Segregation
70Public Policy and International Migration
71Adolescent Fertility
72School Demography
73Population Health and SES Disparities in the US and Canada
75Child Health and Socioeconomic Status
76Transition to Adulthood in Developed Countries
77The Latino Population: Change and Continuity
78Child Work and Schooling
79Advances in Healthy Life Expectancy Research
80Religion and Religiosity: Trends and Patterns

Friday, April 1 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

81Evolutionary Demography
82Gender Inequality in Developing Countries
83Reproductive Health in Developing Countries
84The Social Impact of HIV/AIDS on Families and Households
85Demography of the Middle East and North Africa
86Social Inequality and Health
87Comparative Perspectives on Population Growth, Fertility, and Contraception
88New Directions in Applied Demography
89Parents and Children
90The Impacts of Neighborhoods and Communities
91New Patterns of Migrant and Immigrant Settlement
92The Impact of Public Health Interventions in Developing Countries
93Family Influences on Child Well Being
94The Migration of the Elderly
95Emerging Trends in the Health and Well-Being of Older Americans
96Gender and Earnings

Friday, April 1 / 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

P5Union Formation and Dissolution, Fertility, Family and Well-being

Friday, April 1 / 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM

97Panel Discussion on The National Children's Study
98Low Fertility in Europe and Its Consequences
99Intergenerational Exchanges and Relationships
100Population and Poverty
101Reproductive Health in Developed Countries
102The Impact of Population Aging on Social Security
103Authors Meet Critics: "Life Under Pressure: Mortality and Living Standards in Europe and Asia, 1700 to 1900" by Tommy Bengtsson, Cameron Campbell, and James Z. Lee
104Demography and Business Decision Making
105Asian Immigration
106Educational Experiences of Immigrant Youth
107Biodemography and Population Genetics
108Long Term Effects of Early Childhood Interventions
109Immigration and Diversity
110Infant Mortality and Social Inequality
111Innovative Techniques in Data Collection and Analysis II
112Urbanization in Developing Countries

Friday, April 1 / 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

P6Applied Demography, Methods, Health and Mortality

Friday, April 1 / 2:30 PM - 4:20 PM

113Confidentiality and Spatially Explicit Data
114Maternal Health in Developing Countries
115The Second Generation in New York
116Population and Development
117Adolescent Relationships and Sexual Behavior
118African American Mortality and Health
119Marriage, Divorce, and Remarriage - A Historical Perspective
120Methodological Research on Fertility and Family Planning
121Adolescent Fertility in Developing Countries
122Demography of Political Conflict and Violence
123International Perspectives on Cohabitation
124Obesity, Health, and Mortality
125Migration, Migrants, and Places
126Dilemmas of Demographic Data in China
127Demography of Rural America
128Historical Census Statistics for the United States

Saturday, April 2 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

129The Legacy of Otis Dudley Duncan
130Fertility Preferences
131Immigrant Health: Selection and Acculturation
132Gender and Health in Developing Countries
133Ethnicity, Race, and Demographic Change among Latinos
134Problems of International Demographic Data
135Paternity Establishment and Father's Investments in Children
136Should Public Policy Promote Marriage? How Can It?
137Internal Migration in Central Cities and Suburbs
138Innovative Techniques in Data Collection and Analysis
139Social Context and Adolescent Sexual Behavior
140Social Inequalities and Health: Program and Policy Interventions
141Condom Use in High HIV-Prevalence Areas
142Economic Integration of Immigrants
143Health and Education in Developing Countries
144Union Dissolution, The Family, and Social Change

Saturday, April 2 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

145W.E.B. DuBois and 'The Philadelphia Negro'
146Marriage and Family in Developing Countries
147Population, Health, and Environment
148Consequences of Welfare Reform
149Historical Demography: Migration
150Risky Adolescent Behaviors
151Policy Dimensions of Immigrant Settlement
152Infant and Child Mortality
153Family, Race/Ethnicity, and Poverty in Rural America
154Sexual Behavior in Developing Countries
155Marriage and Health: International Perspectives
156Population and Povery 2
157Comparative Immigration: Economic and Educational Dimensions
158Early Health Influences and Impacts
159Social Change and Union Formation: Cross-National Perspectives
160Demography of Home Ownership Trends

Saturday, April 2 / 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM

162Change and Continuity in Fertility Preferences
163Girls' Education in Muslim Societies
164Predictors and Consequences of Gender Based Violence
165Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Economics
166Generations and Immigrant-Group Incorporation
167Innovative Techniques in Data Collection and Analysis III
168Historical Transitions and Demographic Responses
169Assessing Public Health Interventions in Developing Countries
170Measuring Religious Influence
171Contraceptive Use in the United States
172Social Stratification and Inequality
173Comparative Studies of Achievement
174Population Genetics and Population Development
175Measurement Issues in Research on Healthy Life Expectancy