Friday, April 12 / 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM · Griffin Hall

Poster Session 9
Marriage, Family, Households, & Unions; Gender, Race, & Ethnicity

1. Young Adult Parents’ Work-Family Stress: The Role of a Difficult Child and Parental ConflictAmira Allen , Bowling Green State University; Wendy D. Manning, Bowling Green State University; Monica A. Longmore, Bowling Green State University; Peggy C. Giordano, Bowling Green State University.

2. Educational Heterogamy and Relationship Quality: A Couple-Level AnalysisColette Allred , Bowling Green State University.

3. The Opioid Prescribing Rate and Grandparents Living With Grandchildren: State- and County-Level AnalysisLydia Anderson , U.S. Census Bureau.

4. Inequalities in the Labor Markets Between Indigenous and Nonindigenous Women in MexicoRosario Aparicio-Lopez , El Colegio de México.

5. Construct Validation of a Shortened Version of the Everyday Discrimination ScaleAprile Benner , University of Texas at Austin; Shanting Chen; Celeste Fernandez.

6. Attitudes About Women’s Work and Childcare in the United States: An Age, Period, and Cohort AnalysisMiranda Berrigan , The Ohio State University; Claire M. Kamp Dush, The Ohio State University.

7. Life Course Trajectories of Grip Strength by Gender, Marital Status, and Time Use: An Examination Using Time-Varying Effect ModelsHye Won Chai , Pennsylvania State University; Susanna Joo, Yonsei University; Ashton Verdery, Pennsylvania State University; David Almeida, Pennsylvania State University.

8. Change and Continuity in Gender Ideology Across Different Fertility Contexts: Comparing Japan, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, and the United StatesHsin-Chieh Chang , National Taiwan University.

9. Economic and Social Determinants of Violence Against Women: A Study Based on Demographic Health Survey in IndiaShekhar Chauhan ; Sumit Kumar, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Ratna Patel.

10. Decomposing the Crude Divorce Rate in Five Countries: Singapore, Taiwan, South Korea, the UK, and AustraliaMengni Chen ; Paul Yip, The University of Hong Kong.

11. Beyond Education, Age, and Race: Assortative Mating by PlaceHao-Chun Cheng , University of Maryland; Joan R. Kahn, University of Maryland.

12. Revisiting the Effect of Mandatory Arrest on Intimate Partner HomicidesYoo-Mi Chin , Baylor University; Scott Cunningham, Baylor University.

13. Financial Prospects and Union Dissolution in Young AdulthoodLindsey Cooper , Bowling Green State University; Wendy D. Manning, Bowling Green State University; Monica A. Longmore, Bowling Green State University; Peggy C. Giordano, Bowling Green State University.

14. College Premium and Its Impact on Racial and Gender Differentials in Earnings and Future Retirement IncomeDamir Cosic .

15. Gender Wage Gap in the Workplace: Does the Age of the Firm Matter?Ewa Cukrowska-Torzewska , University of Warsaw; Iga Magda, Warsaw School of Economics.

16. Informal Conjugal Unions and Schooling in Brazil: A Comparison Between 1980 and 2010Mariana de Araújo Cunha , Nuffield College, University of Oxford; Ana Paula Verona, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG).

17. Childrearing, Parental Health, and the Moderating Role of MatteringReed DeAngelis , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; John Taylor, Florida State University.

18. Repartnering of Women in the United States: The Role of Economic Hardship and VulnerabilityAlessandro Di Nallo ; Katya Ivanova, University of Amsterdam; Nicoletta Balbo, Bocconi University.

19. Mapping Racial Diversity Using Grid-Based Racial Dot Maps and Racial Diversity MapsAnna Dmowska ; Tomasz Stepinski, Space Informatics Lab, Department of Geography and GIS, University of Cincinnati.

20. Protective State Policies and the Employment of Fathers With RecordsAllison Dwyer Emory , Rutgers University.

21. Demographic Traits of Couples Who Increase Divorce Risk After the Abolishment of Mandatory Legal SeparationPeter Fallesen , Rockwool Foundation.

22. Can Relaxing Constraints on Women Reduce Child Deprivations? Framework, Measurement, and Evidence From IndiaLucia Ferrone , Università degli Studi di Firenze; Alberto Posso, The Royal Melburne Institute of Technology (RMIT); Stephen Smith, The George Washington University.

23. Couple-Level Work Arrangements, Gender, and Subjective Well-being During Shared TimeSarah Flood, University of Minnesota; Joanna Pepin, University of Texas at Austin; Katie Genadek , University of Colorado.

24. Age at Marriage and Marital Stability: Causal Evidence From a Legal Reform in ChinaJorge García-Hombrados , London School of Economics; Berkay Ozcan, London School of Economics.

25. Gendering Gender: Introducing Gender Image as a Way to Assess Variation in Gender Expression in Survey ResearchClaudia Geist , University of Utah; Kari J. Dockendorff, University of Utah.

26. Stigma, Resilience, and Health Care Use Among Transgender and Gender Diverse Youth in the United StatesTamar Goldenberg , University of Michigan School of Public Health; Gary Harper, University of Michigan; Kahle Erin, University of Michigan; Kristi Gamarel, University of Michigan; Sari Reisner, Harvard University; Rob Stephenson, University of Michigan.

27. Colorful Reflections: Skin Tone, Reflected Race and DiscriminationVanessa Gonlin .

28. Police Stops and Searches: The Roles of Race, Place, and GenderMarina Gorsuch ; Deborah T. Rho, University of St. Thomas.

29. The Economic Consequences of Divorce and Separation for Women in Colombia Compared to Other 6 OECD CountriesAngela Guarin , University of Wisconsin-Madison.

30. Cohabitation Over the Last 20 Years: Measuring and Understanding the Changing Demographics of Unmarried Partners, 1996–2017Benjamin Gurrentz , U.S. Census Bureau.

31. Employment Trajectory Patterns of Ex-Inmates: A Holistic Approach to Heterogeneous Labor Market TrajectoriesJooHee Han , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

32. Marriage, Parenthood, and Self-Assessed Health Among Japanese AdultsYuko Hara , University of Maryland.

33. Mental Health Among Minoritized Individuals in the United StatesStephanie Hernandez , University of Texas at San Antonio; Patrice Sparks, University of Texas at San Antonio.

34. Childhood Family Structure and Partnership Complexity in AdulthoodNicole Hiekel, University of Cologne; Sergi Vidal , Centre d’Estudis Demogràfics (CED), Universitat de Barcelona.

35. The Dynamic Relationship Between Sex Preference of Children and Sex Ratio at Birth in China, 1979–2017Jiawei Hou , Central University of Finance and Economics, University of Beijing; Baochang Gu, Renmin University of China; Yinfeng Zhang, Tianjin Academy of Social Sciences, Tianjin, China; Chen Chen.

36. Intergenerational Transfer and Elderly Welfare During the Era of Mobile CommunicationYiyue Huangfu , University of Wisconsin-Madison.

37. Cyberbullying on Twitter: The Role of Gender, Race, and Policy in Negative MessagingPaulina Inara Rodis , Pennsylvania State University; Diane Felmlee, Pennsylvania State University; Daniel DellaPosta, Pennsylvania State University; Stephen A. Matthews, Pennsylvania State University.

38. The Influence of Family Foodways on Young Adult Food SecurityNoura Insolera , University of Michigan; Julia Wolfson, University of Michigan; Alicia Cohen, University of Michigan.

39. Assigning Race and Ethnicity to Birth Records Using a CPS-Based Kid-Link MethodEric B. Jensen , U.S. Census Bureau; Kasey Eickmeyer, Bowling Green State University.

40. Suicide Among Adolescents From Multicultural Families in South KoreaWonjeong Jeong , Cornell University; Hyeyoung Woo, Portland State University.

41. Understanding Shifts in Marital Dynamics and Relationship Quality by Comparing Early With Later Marriages in Urban Ibadan, NigeriaNeetu John, International Center for Research on Women; Iman Barre , International Center for Research on Women; Meroji Sebani, International Center for Research on Women; Funmilola OlaOlorun, University of Ibadan.

42. Racial/Ethnic Hierarchies in Same-Sex and Different-Sex Mate MarketsKara Joyner , Bowling Green State University; Kelly Balistreri, Bowling Green State University; Grace Kao, Yale University.

43. Comparative Couple Stability: Same-Sex and Male-Female Unions in EuropeEric Ketcham , City University of New York (CUNY).

44. Mirrored Racial (Dis)Advantage by Gender: Racialized Household Division of Work and Earnings Gaps Between Whites and MinoritiesAndrew Kim , University of Kansas; ChangHwan Kim, University of Kansas.

45. Outsourcing and Gender Egalitarianism: Who Hires Help?Sabino Kornrich , Emory University; Pilar Gonalons Pons, University of Pennsylvania.

46. Gender Bias in Hospitalization Financing From Scarce Economic Resources in India: A Life Course StudyKaushalendra Kumar , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Abhishek Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Laishram Ladusingh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Raksha Gupta, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Anita Raj, University of California, San Diego; Lotus McDougal, University of California, San Diego; Jay Silverman, University of California, San Diego.

47. Has the Long-Predicted Decline in Consanguineous Marriage Occurred? An Indian Perspective on a Global Question: Empirical Evidence Gathered From National Family Health Surveys of IndiaNutan Kumari ; Alan H. Bittles, Murdoch University; Prem C. Saxena, Shri Jagdishprasad Jhabrmal Tibrewala University.

48. Gender and Homophily Among MBA Graduates: Men’s and Women’s Informal Friendship Networks and Career OutcomesJane Lankes , Pennsylvania State University; Sarah Damaske, Pennsylvania State University.

49. From Deviant to Widely Recognized: The Unprecedented Changes in Americans’ Attitudes Toward Homosexuality, 1974–2016Langou Lian , University of California, Irvine.

50. Gender Pay Gap Patterns in Domestic and Foreign-Owned FirmsIga Magda , Warsaw School of Economics; Katarzyna Salach, University of Warsaw.

51. Measurement Noninvariance of the Everyday Discrimination Scale by Race, Sexual Identity, and Cohort in a National Sample of LGB AdultsAllen Mallory , University of Texas at Austin; Jessica Fish, University of Maryland; Stephen T. Russell, University of Texas at Austin.

52. ‘Other Gender in India’: An Analysis of 2011 Census DataChaitali Mandal .

53. Inequalities in Breastfeeding in the United States Across the Twentieth CenturyVida Maralani , Cornell University; Isadora Milanez, Yale University.

54. Early Effects of the New York City Paid Sick Leave LawMatthew Maury , Columbia University; Christopher T. Wimer, Columbia University; Jane Waldfogel, Columbia University.

55. Daddy, Are You O.K.? : Child Support Enforcement Threat and Depression of Fathers in Fragile FamiliesMaretta McDonald ; Heather M. Rackin, Louisiana State University; Ifeyinwa F. Davis, Louisiana State University.

56. Living Longer but Unhealthier? Spouse Caregivers’ Health and Mortality in the United StatesNader Mehri , Miami University; J. Scott Brown, Miami University; Jennifer Kinney, Miami University.

57. Transition to Adulthood in Brazil, 1970–2010: Explaining the Gap Between Men and Women Through Formal DemographyMatheus Menezes dos Santos , Cedeplar, UFMG; Bernardo L. Queiroz, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR); Ana Paula Verona, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG).

58. Family Leave Policies and Fertility: The Case of California Paid Family LeavePamela Meyerhofer , Cornell University.

59. Gender, the Life Course, and Self-rated Health in Rural South Africa: A Mixed-Methods StudySanyu Mojola , Princeton University; Erin Ice, University of Michigan; Enid Schatz, University of Missouri, Columbia; Francesc Gomez-Olive, Harvard University.

60. Time Use, Health, and Subjective Well-being in China: A Gendered Life Course ApproachZheng Mu, National University of Singapore; Kriti Vikram , National University of Singapore.

61. Transgenderism in India: Insights From Current CensusNeethu Naik .

62. Single Motherhood in Africa: Prevalence, Associated Factors, and Multidimensional DeprivationLorretta Ntoimo , Federal University Oye-Ekiti; Nyasha Chadoka, University of the Witwatersrand.

63. Examining Bridewealth Payment and Male-Perpetrated Intimate Partner Violence Against Women in GhanaCharlotte Ofori, Regional Institute for Population Studies, Univeristy of Ghana and Pennsylvania State University; Francis Dodoo, Pennsylvania State University; Naa Dodua Dodoo , University of Ghana; Adriana A. Biney, University of Ghana.

64. Effects of Higher Spousal Earnings on Women’s Social Empowerment in GhanaNkechi Owoo, University of Ghana; Monica Lambon-Quayefio ; Nicole Onuoha, Boston University.

65. Lost in Translation: Language Segregation Among Hispanics in the United States?Juan Pedroza , University of California, Santa Cruz.

66. Home or Old Age Home: Choices in Later Life for Elderly in IndiaSantosh Phad, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Priyanka Janbandhu , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Dhananjay W. Bansod, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

67. Understanding the Effect of Caregiving to Children and Adults on Older Adults’ Perceived Quality of Life in UgandaMargaret Ralston , Mississippi State University; Joseph Mugisha, University of Missouri; Janet Seeley, MRC/UVRI Uganda Research Unit on AIDS and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); David Singleton, Mississippi State University.

68. What Factors Explain the Gender Differential in Work Participation in India and the Selected States?Harchand Ram , Jawaharlal Nehru University.

69. Do ‘Caste’ and ‘Religion’ Still Matter in India? An Assessment of ‘Untouchability’ and Socioeconomic Outcomes by Socioreligious Groups in Uttar Pradesh (India)Harchand Ram, Jawaharlal Nehru University; Srinivas Goli , Jawaharlal Nehru University; Moradhvaj Dhakad, Jawaharlal Nehru University.

70. Who are the Latino “Nones”? Understanding Patterns of Latina/o Religious DisaffiliationAida Ramos , George Fox University; Christopher Ellison, University of Texas at San Antonio; Alejandro Gonzalez, University of Texas at San Antonio; John Bartkowski, University of Texas at San Antonio.

71. Rethinking the “Retreat From Marriage” in JapanJames M M. Raymo , University of Wisconsin-Madison; Shohei Yoda, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research; Fumiya Uchikoshi, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

72. Skin Color Discrimination in Mexico: Findings From the 2017 National Survey of DiscriminationMauricio Rodriguez Abreu , Universidad de las Americas Puebla.

73. Exploring Genetic and Linguistic Phylogenies as a Framework for Describing Family BehaviourJoan Ryan , University of Pennsylvania.

74. The Changing Relationship Between Economic Resources and Marriage in the 21st CenturyDaniel Schneider, University of California, Berkeley; José Aveldanes , University of California, Berkeley.

75. Locking Up My Generation: Cohort Differences in Prison Spells and Correctional Supervision Over the Life CourseYinzhi Shen, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY); Shawn Bushway, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY); Lucy Sorensen, University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY); Herbert L. Smith , University of Pennsylvania.

76. Gender and Uncertainty in AcademiaDongeun Shin , Indiana University, Bloomington; Pei-Ying Chen, Indiana University, Bloomington.

77. Women’s Status in South Asian Developing Nations: A Multicountry AnalysisShreya Singhal , Community Empowerment Lab; Sana Ashraf.

78. Gender Discrimination and Gendered Socialization by Young Married Women in Rural North Dinajpur District of West Bengal, India: An Assessment of Adverse Childhood ExperiencesAtreyee Sinha , International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

79. Changing Patterns, Persisting Logic: Racial Inequality in Young Men’s Transition to Paid Care Work JobsShengwei Sun , Washington University in St. Louis.

80. Militarised Masculinity in the Colombian Armed Conflict: Gender Attitudes and Configurations of PracticeSigne Svallfors , Stockholm University.

81. Gender-Roles, Attitudes, and Hypogamous Unions’ FormationAlessandra Trimarchi , Institut National d’Études Démographiques (INED).

82. Assortative Mating by Sibship Position in Japan: An Evaluation of Low Fertility, Family Norms, and Declining First Marriage RatesFumiya Uchikoshi , University of Wisconsin-Madison; James M M. Raymo, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Shohei Yoda, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research.

83. Adverse Childhood Experience and Chronic Health Conditions in Adulthood: Examining the Intersections of Race/Ethnicity, Gender, and Adult Socioeconomic StatusJalal Uddin , University of Alabama at Birmingham.

84. Caste and Hypertension in India: Examining the Differential Effect of Socioeconomic StatusJalal Uddin , University of Alabama at Birmingham; Sanjeev Acharya, The University of Alabama at Birmingham; Jessica Valles, The University of Alabama at Birmingham; Elizabeth H. Baker, University of Alabama at Birmingham.

85. An Exploration of the Mapuche Classificatory Scheme in ChileMaria Unzueta .

86. Family Structure and Food Insecurity by Race/Ethnicity: Implications for Food and Nutritional Assistance ProgramsChristian Vazquez , University of Texas at Austin.

87. Racial Dimensions of Disability: Weathering and Residential ContextChristiane von Reichert, University of Montana; E. Helen Berry , Utah State University; Rayna Sage, University of Montana.

88. The Consequences of Hearing Impairment on Spousal Mental HealthJessica West , Duke University.

89. Is Special Education Service Receipt a Risk Factor for Socioemotional Maladjustment in Middle School?Adrienne Woods , Pennsylvania State University; Paul Morgan, Pennsylvania State University; George Farkas, University of California, Irvine; Marianne M. Hillemeier, Pennsylvania State University.

90. Racial Disparities and Trends in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Use, 2012-2016Liyang Xie , University of Maryland; Michel Boudreaux, University of Maryland.

91. Gender Double Standard and Gender Pattern in Endorsement of Marital Infidelity in China: Evidence From the Post-90s GenerationShuangshuang Yang , Shanghai University; Yingchun Ji, Shanghai University.

92. Interpartner Health Links From a Dyadic Perspective: A Comparison of Different-Sex Married, Different-Sex Cohabiting, and Same-Sex Couples in the National Health Interview SurveyYan-Liang Yu , Howard University.

93. Occupational Gender Composition and Union Dissolution: Exploring the Relationship and MechanismsWei-hsin Yu, University of Maryland; Janet Chen-Lan Kuo , National Taiwan University.

94. The Entrance of Social Fathers Into the FamilyAmanda Zagame , Brown University.

95. Intergenerational Relationship Quality and Mental Health at Midlife: Considering Mother’s Relationship With Multiple ChildrenZhe Zhang , Rice University.

96. The Unique Romantic Relationships: Roles of Spouses and Partners in Core NetworksRuijie Zhong , University of California, Berkeley; Claude S. Fischer, University of California, Berkeley.

97. The Rise and Prominence of Skip-Generation Households in Low- and Middle-Income CountriesZachary Zimmer , Mount Saint Vincent University; Emily Treleaven, University of Michigan.

98. Ethnoracial Group Variation in Gender-Based Violence in the Dominican Republic: The Roles of Childhood and Community Violence Exposure in Risk of Physical ViolenceBarbara Zsembik , University of Florida; Julia Arroyo, University of Florida; Chuck Peek, University of Florida.

99. Persistence of Gender: Women’s Empowerment, Wealth, and Community Norms in Rural IndiaIeva Zumbyte , Brown University.

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