Friday, April 1 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM   •   Franklin Hall

Poster Session 4:
Migration, Income, Employment, Neighborhoods and Residential Context

  1. Household Dynamics, Village Characteristics and Consumption Patterns in Nang Rong, ThailandSusana B. Adamo, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  2. Contextual Influences on the Use of Health Facilities for Childbirth in AfricaRob Stephenson, Emory University ; Steve Clements, University of Southampton ; Angela Baschieri, University of Southampton ; Nyovani Madise, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)

  3. Methods and Techniques to Measure and Categorize Migrant Movements Applied to the Brazilian States of São Paulo and BahiaErnesto F. Amaral, University of Texas at Austin

  4. The U.S. Distribution of Annual Wage and Salary Income since 1961: the Perceived Inequality TrendJohn Angle, Inequality Process Institute

  5. “I Know Where She Goes” - the Construction of Trust in Risk Assessment of HIV/AIDS among Male Labor Migrants in IndiaAjay Bailey, University of Groningen ; Inge Hutter, University of Groningen

  6. International Migration of Highly Skilled Workers: Methodological and Public Policy IssuesJeanne Batalova, University of California, Irvine and Migration Policy Institute ; Lindsay Lowell

  7. Shall I Leave? Shall I Have a Child? The Disruptive Effect of Migration in a Low Fertility ContextCristina Bradatan, University of Central Florida

  8. Vigilante Neighborhoods Combat Crime: Business Improvement Districts and the Private Provision of Public SafetyLeah Brooks, University of California, Los Angeles

  9. Divergent Pathways: An Examination of Race Differences in Women’s Labor Force Exit PatternsTyson H. Brown, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  10. Social-Spatial Segregation in the Metropolitan Area of Campinas, Brazil: 1980-2000José Marcos Cunha, Universidade Estadual de Campinas ; Alberto A.E. Jakob, Universidade Estadual de Campinas ; Maren Andrea Jimenez, University of Texas at Austin

  11. Quantifying the Urban Environment: A Newly Constructed Scale of Urbanicity Outperforms the Traditional Urban-Rural DichotomyDarren L. Dahly, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Linda Adair, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  12. Economic Dependency and the Division of Household Labor: A Longitudinal Examination of the Impact of Relative Earnings on Household LaborKimberly A. Daniels, Pennsylvania State University

  13. What’s New in Race and Residential Mobility? An Analysis of Individual and Ecological FactorsCecily Darden, University of Maryland

  14. Internal Migration of Floodplain Populations in Four Riverine U.S. CitiesDaniel H. de Vries, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; James Fraser, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  15. Sinking, Swimming, and Yachting in Deep Water: The Role of Consumer Debt and Assets in MarriageJeff Dew, Pennsylvania State University

  16. Displacement and Women's Health in the Republic of GeorgiaKhatuna Doliashvili, University of Texas at Austin

  17. Economic Strategies of Immigrant and Non-Immigrant Families in Los AngelesSarah Edgington, University of California, Los Angeles

  18. Saturation and Exodus: How Immigrant Job Networks Are Spreading down the U.S. Urban SystemJames R. Elliott, Tulane University

  19. The Effect of Children on Residential Mobility: Revisiting the Concept Using a New SourceAlison Fields, U.S. Census Bureau

  20. Latin American Urban Trends in Female Contribution to Household Income during the Late Twentieth CenturyCarolina Flores, University of Texas at Austin ; Lissette Aliaga Linares, University of Texas at Austin ; Bryan Roberts

  21. Assessing 'Brain Drain' from the Former Soviet Union to the United StatesClifford Grammich, RAND

  22. Impact of Prenatal Care Eligibility Restrictions on Health Outcomes: A GIS Analysis of Immigrant Composition and Provider LocationShanti Gamper-Rabindran

  23. Income Packaging among Unwed Families: Variation across 20 Large U.S. CitiesQin Gao, Columbia University ; Irwin Garfinkel, Columbia University

  24. Social Segregation Profiles Based on FANNY and GOM Methods: An Application for Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 1996Ricardo A. Garcia, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR)

  25. Habitation Deficit and Household Projection in Metropolitan BrazilGustavo Henrique Naves Givisiez, Universidade Candido Mendes ; Eduardo L.G. Rios-Neto, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais

  26. Location of Recent Immigrants: Lessons from New JerseyKatherine Hempstead, Rutgers University

  27. Who’s Coming to America? Absolute vs. Relative Change in the Size of the Latino Professional PopulationHayward Derrick Horton, University at Albany, State University of New York ; Edelmira Reynoso, University at Albany, State University of New York

  28. Residential Patterns, Living Conditions, and Social Network: A Case Study of Nangrong Migrants in Urban Settings, ThailandAree Jampaklay, Mahidol University ; Kim Korinek, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  29. International Migration, Family Formation, or Both: How Should We Measure International Adoption?Catherine T. Kenney, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ; Jennifer M. Ortman, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  30. Measurement of Economic Contribution in a Rural Developing CountryNizam Khan, University of Colorado at Boulder

  31. The Effect of Immigrants on the Labor Market in the U.S.: Spatial versus Occupational ApproachChanghwan Kim, University of Texas at Austin ; Arthur Sakamoto, University of Texas at Austin

  32. Where Did All the Soldiers Go? Assessing the Effects of Military Downsizing on Employment and Enrollment of Young MenMeredith A. Kleykamp, Princeton University

  33. Evaluating Small-Scale Migration Rates from the American Community SurveyWilliam K. Koerber, U.S. Census Bureau ; Robert Kominski, U.S. Census Bureau

  34. Migration Networks, Hukou, and Destination Choices in ChinaZai Liang, University at Albany, State University of New York ; Hideki Morooka, University at Albany, State University of New York

  35. Community Effects and Domestic Violence in South IndiaNancy Luke, Brown University

  36. Spatial Separation of Traditional Black Middle Class Families from Neo-Black Middle Class Non-Families: The Emergence of the Love Jones CohortKris Marsh, University of Southern California

  37. Neighborhood Crime, Deprivation and Preterm BirthLynne Messer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Jay S. Kaufman, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Barbara A. Laraia, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; David A. Savitz, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  38. An Historical Perspective of Step-Parenting in the United States: Exploring Changes in the American Family Using an Age-Period-Cohort ModelCarrie E. Spearin, Brown University ; Berna Miller Torr

  39. Internal Migration in Indonesia: Mobility Behaviour in the 1993 Indonesian Family Life SurveyElda L. Pardede, University of Groningen

  40. Predicting Persistent Offending Using Family and Neighborhood CharacteristicsKatherine A. Paz, University of Texas at Austin

  41. Immigrant Adaptation via Intermarriage: The Residential Concentration and Racial Identification of Multiracial Asian Americans, 1980-2000Kristen K. Peterson, Brown University

  42. Measuring Housing Quality in the Absence of a Monetized Real Estate Market: The Case of Rural Northeast ThailandMartin Piotrowski, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ; Varachai Thongthai, Mahidol University ; Pramote Prasartkul, Mahidol University

  43. Migration and the Relationship between Child-to-Parent and Formal Transfers: The Case of MexicoEstela Rivero-Fuentes, World Bank Group

  44. Coloring Outside the Lines: Racial Segregation in Public Schools and their Attendance BoundariesSalvatore Saporito, College of William and Mary ; Deenesh S. Sohoni, College of William and Mary

  45. Residential Stability, Neighborhood Racial Composition, and the Subjective Assessment of Neighborhood ProblemsScott Schieman, University of Toronto

  46. General Equilibrium Labor Market Effects of Welfare ReformKosali I. Simon, Cornell University ; Ning Zhang, Cornell University

  47. Patterns and Characteristics of Internal Migration in Developing CountriesJoachim Singelmann, Louisiana State University ; Keiko Osaki, United Nations ; Marta Roig, United Nations

  48. Does Neighborhood Context Matter? Evaluating the Impact of Local Characteristics on Substance Use among YouthKaren A. Snedker, University of Washington ; Emily C. Walton, University of Washington

  49. Does Welfare Policy Affect Birth Rates Among Low-Skilled Immigrants?Felicia T. Yang, Cornell University ; Kosali I. Simon, Cornell University

  50. Structured Choices: Dating Markets, Social Networks, and the Racial Characteristics of Intimate Partners among American AdolescentsAnthony Paik, University of Iowa ; Christabel Rogalin, University of Iowa

  51. Measures of Sprawl Applied to Urban and Rural Areas, and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality: A Bayesian Spatial AnalysisGerald Shoultz, ASPH Fellow, National Center for Health Statistics

  52. Pursuing Cultural Goals, Rejecting Institutional Means: An Anomic Analysis of Illegal Labor Market Wages and Household DynamicsBryan L. Sykes, University of California, Berkeley

  53. The Impact of Hispanic Population Growth in the Locality on the Outlook of African AmericansMarylee C. Taylor, Pennsylvania State University ; Matthew Schroeder, Pennsylvania State University

  54. How Has the Political Violence Period of 1980-2000 Changed Peru?: Emergent Demographic Patterns and Readjustment of the Peruvian Regional Rural SocietiesTania R. Vasquez, University of Texas at Austin

  55. Women’s Employment Status and Intimate Partner Violence in MexicoAndres Villarreal, University of Texas at Austin

  56. U.S. Women's Labor Force Participation, Children and Change: 1980-2000Ann Von Holle, University of Pennsylvania

  57. An Extension of the Use of Administrative Records to Estimate Internal Migration in the Intercensal Population EstimatesSigne I. Wetrogan, U.S. Census Bureau

  58. Education and Repeat Migration; Racial/Ethnic Patterns of Return and Onward Movements in the United StatesBeth A. Wilson, Utah State University ; E. Helen Berry, Utah State University ; Michael B. Toney, Utah State University