Thursday, May 9 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

P1Fertility and Family Planning

Thursday, May 9 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

1Family and Community in Intergenerational Exchanges
2HIV/AIDS Sexual Risk Behavior in Sub-Saharan Africa
3Immigration and Health in the U.S.
4Marriage and Child Policy
5How Can Demographers Contribute to a More Sensible Discussion of International Population Dynamics?
6Eliminating the 2010 Census Long Form? - Current Status of the American Community Survey
7Adolescent Social Development
8Education and Labor Markets: Transitions and Discrimination
9Immigrant Assimilation: Domestic and International Perspectives
10Fertility Impact of Mortality Change
11Social and Economic Consequences of the AIDS Epidemic
12Reflections on Global Initiatives for the Girl Child
13Demographic Dimensions of Conflict
14Maternal Health and Mortality
15Psychological Causes and Consequences of Marital Transitions
16Population Dynamics and Land Use in Rural Settings

Thursday, May 9 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

17Debate: The End of World Population Growth--Will We See Stabilization or Decline during This Century?
18Fragile Families
19Demography of Schooling
20Child and Youth Risk Behavior
21Public Policy and the Family
22Economic Demography Issues of Disability and Disability Policy
23Health, Well-being and Aging
24Health Status and Adult Mortality in Developing Countries
25AIDS Risk-taking Behavior
26Urbanization and Development
27Female Sterilization in Latin America and India
28Men's Role in Reproduction in Developed Countries
29Statistical Modeling with Clustering and Heterogeneity
30Internal Migration
31Race and Ethnic Economic Inequality
32Contraceptive Technology

Thursday, May 9 / 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM

P2Family, Gender, Household, Children and Youth

Thursday, May 9 / 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM

33Cultural and Social Consequences of AIDS
34New International Data Collections on Aging
35Adolescent Sexuality and Health Risks
36Economic Status and Health Over the Life Course
37The Changing Face of Atlanta
38Education and Fertility
39Work, Retirement and Aging
40Unmet Need for Family Planning: Measurement and Level
41Community Influences on Young Adult Transitions
42Changing Gender Roles and the Family
43Social Environment and the Gradient in Health
44Women's Status and Employment in Developing Countries
45Challenges and Opportunities of Multiple Race Identification
46Health in Eastern Europe and Former Soviet Union
47Income and Wage Inequality
48Spatial Analyses in Demography

Thursday, May 9 / 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

P3Aging, Methods, Applied Demography

Thursday, May 9 / 3:30 PM - 5:20 PM

49Youth in Aging Societies: Intergenerational Cooperation or Competition? Preston Revisited
50The Effects of Demographic Change on Gender Relations
51Migration and Social Networks
52Interventions and Policy on Adolescent Reproductive Health Services
54The Implications of Social Change for Family Attitudes and Behaviors: An International Panel
55Racial and Ethnic Differences in Health
56Paradoxes in Demographic Knowledge: Time, Space, and Levels of Analysis
57Projecting and Assessing the Demographic Impact of AIDS
58Fertility Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa
59Child and Youth Well-Being in Developing Countries
60Race, Ethnicity and the Family
61Estimates and Projections for Small Areas
62Transnational Networks, Migration and Gender
63Integrating Quantitative and Qualitative Data

Friday, May 10 / 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM

P4Health and Mortality

Friday, May 10 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

64Maternal and Infant Health in LDCs
65Is Health Policy Economic Policy?
66Demographic Consequences of Socioeconomic Change in the Formerly Planned Economies of Europe and Asia
67Demography of Crime and Incarceration
68AIDS, Family Planning and Reproductive Health
69Union Formation
70Census 2000: New Trends
71Environment and Health
72Family Structure and Child Outcomes
73Future of Fertility in Low Fertility Countries
74Child Care and Child Outcomes
75Linkages of Domestic and International Migration
76Comparative Studies of Race and Ethnicity
77Population and Macroeconomics
78Historical Demography

Friday, May 10 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

79Problem of Disentangling Selection and Causality in Demographic Research
80Adult Health and Mortality in Industrialized Countries
81Immigrant Adaptation and Settlement Patterns
82Around the World with CDC Surveys on Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviors Related to HIV/AIDS
83Family Exchanges and Investments
84Gender Differentials in Adult Health in Developed Countries
85Values, Attitudes and the Family
86Education, Marriage, and Fertility
87Leaving the Parental Home
88Sexuality Education and Information for Adolescents
89Consequences of International Migration for Receiving Countries
90Quality of Care in Reproductive Health
91The Antecedents of Unmet Need for Family Planning
92Disparities in Aging: Gender, Race/Ethnicity and Economic Status
93Men's Role in Reproduction in Developing Countries

Friday, May 10 / 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM

P5Migration, Ethnicity, Race, Education, Inequality, Labor Force

Friday, May 10 / 12:30 PM - 2:20 PM

94The Demography of Affirmative Action
95Social Inequality in Childhood and Its Effects
96Adolescent Sexual Behavior
97Sociocultural Issues in Maternal and Child Health in the U.S.
98Public Policy and Children's Economic Well-Being
99Economic Models of Demographic Behavior
100Gender Differentials in Child Health in Developing Countries
101Mathematical and Statistical Demography
102Issues in Aging Research
103Demographic Perspectives of Household Time Use
104Temporary Migration
105Work-Family Linkages
106Consequences of Welfare Reform
107Biodemography and Reproduction
108Fertility Transition in the Middle East and North Africa

Friday, May 10 / 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

P6Reproductive Health, AIDS, Other Topics

Friday, May 10 / 2:30 PM - 4:20 PM

109Wealth Inequality
110What Demographers and Epidemiologists Can Learn From One Another
111Social Characteristics and Health Outcomes
112Family Relationships, Health, and Mortality
113Differential Fertility
114Private and Public Sources of Reproductive Health Services
115Gender and Couple Perspectives on Demographic Outcomes
116Schooling, Engagement, and Achievement
117Challenges of Changing Population Age Structures
118Youth Employment and Schooling in Developing Countries
119Network Analysis in Social Demography
120Family Structure, Social Networks, and Well-Being
121Parental Employment and Adolescent Well-Being
122Wage and Equality: Gender and Structural Changes
123Evaluating Census 2000

Saturday, May 11 / 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM

124Migration and Health
125Gender and Work in Developed Countries
126Innovation in Health Measurement
127Methodological Issues in Study of Population Movement
128International Issues in Abortion
129Family Change in Asia
130Children's Education in Developing Countries
131Population-Environment in Urban Settings
132Intergenerational Transfers in Shifting Contexts
133Sexually Transmitted Infections
134New Approaches to Population Forecasting
135Biodemography of Aging
136Emerging Mortality and Health Conditions in Developing Countries
137Unintended Fertility in Developed Countries
138Family Change in Africa and Latin America

Saturday, May 11 / 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM

139Adolescent Reproductive Health in Developed Countries
140Demography of Disability
141Why is U.S. Fertility So High? Comparative Perspectives
142Risk Factors in Child and Adolescent Development
143Perspectives on Migration
144Population and Development in Sub-Saharan Africa
145Parent-Child Ties
146Determinants of Contraceptive Use in Developing Countries
147Infant and Child Health in the U.S.: Effects of Income and Social Programs
148Women's Empowerment, Men's Authority, and Fertility Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa
149Union Dissolution
150New Directions in Applied Demography
151Ethical Issues in Demographic Research
152Early Life Conditions and Later Health Outcomes