Thursday, April 11 / 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM Griffin Hall (Level 2)

Poster Session 4
Marriage, Family, Households, & Unions

1. Heterogeneous Effects of Parental Separation on the Educational Outcomes of ChildrenSiddartha Aradhya , Lund University; Juho Härkönen, European University Institute; Diederik Boertien, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), Universitat de Barcelona; Fabrizio Bernardi, European University Institute.

2. Food Intake Barriers of Pregnant Women: A Study in PakistanMuhammad Asim ; Elena Neiterman, University of Waterloo; Yasir Nawaz, University of Sargodha; Widen Elizebath, University of Texas at Austin.

3. Parenting After Medically Assisted Reproduction: Evidence From the UK Millennium Cohort StudyAnna Barbuscia , University of Oxford.

4. Does Individual Social Change Occur? The Case of Female Genital Cutting in EgyptHilary Barker , Brown University.

5. Changes in Age at First Marriage and Associated Factors in Malawi: Evidence From Malawi Demographic and Health Survey Data 1992–2016Ololade Baruwa , University of the Witwatersrand; Acheampong Y. Amoateng, North-West; Elizabeth Biney.

6. The Family Outside the Home: Understanding Extra-Residential Kinship Networks in a Rural African SettingSimona Bignami , Université de Montréal; Yacine Boujija, Université de Montréal.

7. Widowhood and Volunteering Among Older Adults: Gendered Pathways Before and After Partner’s DeathDanilo Bolano , University of Lausanne; Bruno Arpino, Universitat Pompeu Fabra.

8. Modernization and Household Composition in India, 1983-2009Etienne Breton , Princeton University.

9. Gendered Patterns and Solidarity of the Unions: Differentiations Between International Marriages and Domestic Marriages in ChinaShenghan Cai ; Fei Guo, Macquarie University; Shuang Liu, Renmin University of China.

10. Potential Effects of a Self-support Reserve in WisconsinMaria Cancian, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Molly Costanzo , University of Wisconsin-Madison; Angela Guarin, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Leslie Hodges, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Daniel R. Meyer, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

11. Maternal Characteristics and Child Health: A Cross-National ComparisonShannon E. Cavanagh , University of Texas; Molly Kudym, University of Texas; Carol Johnston, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley; Hyungmin Cha, University of Texas at Austin.

12. Multigenerational Effects of Education on Women's Household Decision-making Power in Rural ChinaCheng Cheng , Princeton University; Yu Xie, Princeton University.

13. Child Fostering in Sub-Saharan Africa: What Has Changed Over Time?Cassandra Cotton , Arizona State University.

14. Erasing Versus Enumerating Sexual Minority Families: Findings From the PhilippinesChristian Joy P. Cruz , University of the Philippines; Eric Julian Manalastas, University of Sheffield.

15. Prevalence and Predictors of Union Dissolution and Union Formation Among Biological Parents of Young Children in ChileLaura Cuesta , Rutgers University; Sarah A. Reynolds, University of California, Berkeley.

16. Nutritional Vulnerability Within the Household: Panel Data Evidence From Rural BangladeshAnna D' Souza , Baruch College, City University of New York (CUNY); Sharad Tandon, The World Bank Group.

17. Cycles of Support: The Association of Incarceration and Household InstabilityKevin Dahaghi , University of Texas at Austin.

18. Removing Barriers to U.S. Public Adoption: The Impact of Equal Legal Rights for Same-Sex Married CouplesScott Dallman , University of Minnesota.

19. The Impact of Survival Gains to the Duration of Coresidence With Mothers in BrazilMariana de Araújo Cunha , Nuffield College, University of Oxford; Cassio M. Turra, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR); Simone Wajnman, Cedeplar, UFMG.

20. Social Attitudes Contributing to Postponement of Parenthood in South Africa: Is There a Gender Differential?Nicole De Wet , University of the Witwatersrand; Chukwuechefulam Imo.

21. Who Takes Over When Men Move Out of Farming?Neerad Deshmukh , National Council of Applied Economic Research; Sonalde B. Desai, India Human Development Survey.

22. Union Fertility and Stability in Different Family Settings. A Multiprocess Analysis of BritainAlessandro Di Nallo .

23. The Association Between Household and Community Characteristics and Children’s AcculturationSandy Dietrich , U.S. Census Bureau; Kurt J. Bauman, U.S. Census Bureau.

24. Retirement, Intergenerational Time Transfers, and FertilityPeter Eibich , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Thomas Siedler, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin) and University of Essex.

25. Does Losing a Spouse to Dementia Affect Mental Health Earlier Than Other Causes of Death? Antidepressant Use Surrounding WidowhoodElina Einio , University of Helsinki; Niina Metsä-Simola, University of Helsinki; Saska Saarioja, University of Helsinki; Pekka Martikainen, University of Helsinki; Kaarina Korhonen.

26. Linked Work Lives: The Influence of Own and Partner’s Midlife Employment History on Mental Health in Older European CouplesMiriam Engels , Institute of Medical Sociology, Medical Faculty, Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf; Deborah De Moortel, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Simone Weyers, Centre for Health and Society, University Clinic Duesseldorf; Nico Dragano, Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf; Morten Wahrendorf, Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf.

27. Marital Unions and Risk Behavior: Motivations, Perceptions and Regulatory AgentsBruna Firmino; Raquel Coutinho , Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional; Ana Paula Verona, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG).

28. Adolescent Technology, Sleep, and Physical Activity Time in Two U.S. Cohorts, 2002–2014Paula Fomby, University of Michigan; Joshua Goode , University of Colorado Boulder; Kim-Phuong Truong-Vu, University of Colorado Boulder; Stefanie Mollborn, University of Colorado Boulder.

29. Intergenerational Coresidence and Married Women’s Life SatisfactionShiro Furuya , University of Wisconsin-Madison; James M M. Raymo, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

30. Contextual Effects of Single Parents in Social Networks on Adolescents’ Academic Achievement, Depression, and DelinquencyJoshua Goode , University of Colorado Boulder.

31. Effects of the Recent Medicaid Expansion on Cohabitation and Marriage: Comparing Estimates From the American Community Survey and the Current Population SurveyMargaret Gough , University of La Verne.

32. Marital Plans and Relationship Tempo Among Cohabitors: Differences by Gender and Social ClassLauren Griffin , Cornell University; Emily Parker, Cornell University.

33. Assortative Mating Among College Graduates: Heterogeneity Across Fields of StudySiqi Han , The Interdisciplinary Center for Innovative Theory and Empirics (INCITE), Columbia University; Yue Qian, University of British Columbia.

34. Head Start and Nonresident Father InvolvementAlexandra Haralampoudis ; Lenna Nepomnyaschy, Rutgers University; Louis Donnelly, Rutgers University.

35. Policies, Attitudes, or Individual Characteristics? What Matters More for Nonresident Fathers’ Involvement With Their Children?Marieke Heers , Swiss Foundation for Research in the Social Sciences (FORS); Ivett Szalma, HAS Centre for Social Sciences.

36. Institutional Participation and the Delay in Entry Into Marriage: Generational Differences Between Late Baby Boomer and Early MillennialsPaul Hemez .

37. The Change in U.S. Average Household Size Attributable to Population Aging: Decomposing the Reciprocal of a Demographic RateMike Hollingshaus , University of Utah.

38. The Effect of Kerosene Price on Children’s Time Allocation Decisions: Evidence From IndiaFabliha Ibnat , University of Maryland.

39. The Shifting Economic Determinants of Marriage Among Cohabiting Couples in the United States: 1984–2013Patrick Ishizuka , Cornell University; Kelly Musick, Cornell University.

40. Comparative Marriage Markets: Availability of Union Formation for Same-Sex and Male-Female Unions in the United StatesEric Ketcham , City University of New York (CUNY).

41. Division of Domestic Labor Over Retirement Among Older Couples in KoreaErin Hye-Won Kim , National University of Singapore; Changjun Lee, University College Dublin.

42. Parental Financial Support and Marriage Timing of Young Adults in South KoreaPhil-Suk Kim , University of Seoul; Yun-Suk Lee, University of Seoul.

43. Romantic-Relationship Experiences in the Emerging Adulthood and Later Marriage BehaviorJanet Chen-Lan Kuo , National Taiwan University; I-Chien Chen, Michigan State University.

44. Marriage Possibility and People’s Productivity in Farm HouseholdsSoomin Lee , University of Minnesota.

45. Divorce Rates and Marital ContractsMarion Leturcq , Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Enrica Maria Martino, Institut National d’Études Démographiques (INED).

46. Gender, Household Composition, and Risk of Voluntary and Involuntary Job LossYuqi Lu , Cornell University.

47. Changes in Older Adults’ Sexual Behavior and Desire: A Latent Transition AnalysisHeidi Lyons, Oakland University; David F. Warner , University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

48. Consistency of Reporting Terminated Pregnancies in DHS Reproductive CalendarsKerry MacQuarrie , The DHS Program (Avenir Health); William Winfrey, Futures Institute; Jacqueline Meijer-Irons, University of Washington, Seattle.

49. When Is Housework Not a Chore? Exploring Variation in Happiness During Housework ActivitiesCadhla McDonnell , Pennsylvania State University; Nancy Luke, Pennsylvania State University.

50. Steady-State Inequality? Single Motherhood and IncomeMatthew McKeever, Haverford College; Nicholas Wolfinger , University of Utah.

51. Father Involvement and Socioeconomic Disparities in Child Academic OutcomesDaniel P. Miller , Boston University; Margaret Thomas; Maureen Waller, Cornell University; Lenna Nepomnyaschy, Rutgers University; Allison Dwyer Emory, Rutgers University.

52. Trends in Prevalence and Correlates of Intimate Partner Violence Against Women in Zimbabwe, 2005–2015Jeanette Mukamana; Pamela Machakanja, Professor; Nicholas Adjei , University of Bremen.

53. How Migration Projects Influence Union Formation in DR Congo? A Multi-Site and Event-History AnalysisJocelyn Nappa Usatu ; Bruno D. Schoumaker, Université Catholique de Louvain; Cris Beauchemin, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).

54. Religion, Rank, and Ruthlessness: Polygyny and Intimate Partner Violence in NigeriaNkechi Owoo, University of Ghana; Victor Agadjanian , University of California, Los Angeles; Chitalu Chiliba, University of Zambia.

55. Long Work Hours and the Effect of Motherhood on EarningsEunjeong Paek , University of Southern California.

56. If I [Take] Leave, Will You Stay? Paternity Leave and Relationship StabilityRichard Petts , Ball State University; Daniel Carlson, University of Utah; Chris Knoester, The Ohio State University.

57. Intergenerational Transmission of Education. A Meta-Analysis of Sibling Correlations Published Between 1972–2018Patrick Praeg , University of Oxford; Evelina Akimova, University of Oxford; Christiaan W. S. Monden, University of Oxford.

58. Adult Child-Parent Relationships: Predicting Physical and Emotional EstrangementBrianne E. Pragg , Pennsylvania State University.

59. Men’s and Women’s Gender Role Attitudes Following Union Dissolution and Repartnering: A Life-Course ApproachLiat Raz-Yurovich , Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Barbara Okun; Matanel Ben-Avi, Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

60. The Uneasy Relationship of Domestic Violence With Women’s Empowerment in IndiaShilpa Reddy , University of Maryland; Reeve Vanneman, University of Maryland.

61. Country Context and the Relative Stability of Same-Sex Unions: Insights From the Case of ColombiaFernando Ruiz-Vallejo ; Diederik Boertien, Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), Universitat de Barcelona.

62. The European National Transfer Accounts (NTA): Data and ApplicationsJoze Sambt , University of Ljubljana; Tanja Istenic, University of Ljubljana; Bernhard Hammer, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU).

63. Modern Marriages in India: Caste Exogamy and Love Marriage.Koyel Sarkar , Université Catholique de Louvain; Ester L. Rizzi, Université Catholique de Louvain.

64. Risk Factors for Child Neglect Among Families in PovertyKierra Sattler , University of Texas at Austin.

65. Mechanisms Linking Family Structure and Parental Depression: A Cross-National, Longitudinal AnalysisKevin Shafer , Brigham Young University; Alex Wambach, Brigham Young University; Mikaela Dufur, Brigham Young University.

66. A Profile of Violence in Rural Niger: Characteristics of Men Who Perpetrate IPV in Rural NigerHolly Shakya, University of California, San Diego; Ruvani Fonseka, University of California, San Diego; Paul J. Fleming, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Sabrina Boyce, University of California, San Diego; Jay Silverman, University of California, San Diego; Sneha Challa , University of California, San Diego.

67. No Evidence That Becoming a Grandparent Benefits Well-being: What Does This Mean for Theories of Grandparenting?Paula Sheppard , University of Oxford; Christiaan W. S. Monden, University of Oxford.

68. Is “Right to Education (RTE) Act” Key to Recent Decline in Early Marriage Among Girls in India?Ankita Shukla , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Rajib Acharya, Population Council.

69. Did Conflict Create an Early Marriage Crisis? Age at Marriage Among Syrian Refugees in JordanMaia Sieverding, American University of Beirut; Caroline Krafft , St. Catherine University; Nasma Berri, American University of Beirut; Caitlyn Keo, St. Catherine University.

70. Infliction of Physical Violence Within Marriage by Young Married Men in India: Understanding Its Linkages With Childhood Socialization and Gender AttitudeAtreyee Sinha, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Biswabandita Chowdhury, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Patrick Heuveline , University of California, Los Angeles.

71. Intergenerational Transmission of Conservative Religion and AttitudesJesse Smith , Pennsylvania State University.

72. Are the More Educated Less Likely to Divorce? Changing Educational Gradient of Divorce in ChinaHaoming Song .

73. Transition and Stability of “Extended Living Arrangement” in Later Life: How Health Plays a Role?Qian Song , RAND Corporation; Luoman Bao, California State University, Los Angeles.

74. Who Cares for Mom and Dad? Unpaid Caregiving and Labor Supply Among the Working-Age Population in EuropeMaria Stanfors, Lund University; Elisa Labbas , Lund University.

75. The Prevalence of Joint Physical Custody Arrangements in Post-Separation Families in 38 Western SocietiesAnja Steinbach , University of Duisburg-Essen; Lara Augustijn, University of Duisburg-Essen; Gerrit Corkadi, University of Duisburg-Essen.

76. A Cross-National Comparison of Adolescent Risk Behavior in Post-Separation FamiliesAnja Steinbach , University of Duisburg-Essen; Sebastian Schnettler.

77. Grandparent Coresidence and Foster Care Entry Over Time: Evidence From the NLSY79 and NLSY97Haley Stritzel , University of Texas at Austin.

78. Exposure to Global Cultural Scripts Through Media and Attitudes Toward Violence Against WomenJeffrey Swindle , University of Michigan.

79. The Effect of the Global Campaign Against Intimate Partner Violence on Individuals’ Attitudes in 37 CountriesJeffrey Swindle , University of Michigan; Louisa Roberts, University of South Dakota; Taylor Brown, Duke University; Katrina Haushildt, University of Michigan; Garrett Pace, University of Michigan.

80. Structural Opportunity and Individual Preference: The Determinants of Spouse Selection in Second MarriagesChristopher Thomas , City University of New York (CUNY); Ruoding Tan, City University of New York (CUNY) and CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR); Neil G. Bennett, CUNY Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR).

81. Gender Inequalities in Health in Later Life: Does Informal Caregiving Matter?Damiano Uccheddu , Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI-KNAW); Anne H. Gauthier, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI); Nardi Steverink, University of Groningen; Tom Emery, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI).

82. Trends in Educational Assortative Mating Among First Married and Remarried Women in JapanFumiya Uchikoshi , University of Wisconsin-Madison; Shohei Yoda, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research.

83. Early Marriage and Health of Women in India: Evidence of “Weathering” in Mid-LifeKriti Vikram , National University of Singapore; Zheng Mu, National University of Singapore.

84. Premarital Sexual Behaviour Among Unmarried Population: Exploring Gender Differences in IndiaDeepanjali Vishwakarma , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

85. The Affordable Care Act’s Dependent Eligibility Expansion and Marriage Rates in Young AdultsBrandon Wagner , Texas Tech University.

86. Work Units, State Regulation, and Rising Divorce Rates in ChinaYifeng Wan , Johns Hopkins University.

87. Adult Children’s Successes and Problems for Aging Parents’ Well-being: A Comparison of One-Child Families and Multiple-Children Families in ChinaHaowei Wang , University of Massachusetts Boston; Sae Hwang Han, University of Massachusetts Boston; Kyungmin Kim, University of Massachusetts Boston; Jeffrey A. Burr, University of Massachusetts Boston.

88. The Long-Term Effect of Nonstandard Employment on Child Well-being: Evidence From Three Generations in JapanJia Wang , University of Wisconsin-Madison; James M M. Raymo, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

89. Perceptions of Family Belonging During Adolescence, and Implications for Depressive Symptoms and Alcohol Consumption During Young AdulthoodChanell Washington , Pennsylvania State University.

90. Parental Involvement in Planning for College and Students’ Likelihood of Dropping Out of Four-Year CollegesKailey White , University of Chicago.

91. Kin Effects or Kin Affected? Differential Mortality of Reproductive Females by Family Network CompositionKai Willfuehr , University of Oldenburg, Germany; Lisa Dillon, Université de Montréal.

92. Relationship Quality Among Older Cohabitors: A Comparison to RemarriedsMatthew Wright , Arkansas State University.

93. The Impact of a New Grandchild on Grandparents’ Mental Health: Evidence from CHARLSJiawei Wu , King's College London; Karen F. Glaser, King's College London; Mauricio Avendano, King's College London / Harvard University.

94. Living Arrangements of Sub-Saharan African Elders and Upward Intergenerational Transfers: Evidence from SenegalWilly Adrien Yakam Yemtchoua , Université de Montréal; Yves Carriere, Université de Montréal; Thomas LeGrand, Université de Montréal.

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