Poster Session 1

Thursday, July 10
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

  1. Developmental idealism and ideational forces of family change in Yazd, IranMohammad J. Abbasi-Shavazi , University of Tehran; Abbas Askari-Nodoushan, Yazd University, Iran

  2. Tempo effects on period fertility in turkey: a study from Turkey demographic and health surveysTuğba Adalı, Hacettepe University

  3. Globalization, African value system and the inter-generational relations: implications for the care of the elderly in NigeriaEmmanuel Ajiboye, Lagos State University; Gbemiga E. Adeyemi, Lagos State University; Adisa Waziri

  4. An alternative approach to measure unmet need in TurkeyBanu Akadlı Ergöçmen, Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies; Alanur Cavlin Bozbeyoglu, Middle East Technical University

  5. Why are we still unmarried and childless - the Croatian caseAndjelko Akrap, University of Zagreb; Ivan Cipin, University of Zagreb

  6. Exploring parent child connectedness from adolescent’s and parent’s perspectives: evidence from a pilot study from urban and rural area, Pune District, IndiaMallika Alexander, KEM Hospital Research Centre; Laila Garda, KEM Hospital Research Centre

  7. Aging and sustainable developmentHuda Alkitkat, Egyptian Cabinet Information and Decision Support Centre (IDSC)

  8. Activity limitations among adult population: evidence of Estonian FFSKatre Altmets, University of Tartu; Kalev Katus, Estonian Interuniversity Population Research Centre; Allan Puur, Estonian Interuniversity Population Research Centre; Astrid Saava, University of Tartu; Anneli Uusküla, University of Tartu

  9. Family size and quality of life nexus; case of Sunyani municipalityJones Lewis Arthur, Sunyani Polytechnic

  10. Motivations to avoid childbearing among contraceptive users in Honduras: which women are ambivalent?Janine Barden-Ofallon, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ilene S. Speizer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Jessica Levy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Javier Calix, Program for the Development of the Infant and the Mother (PRODIM); Francisco Rodriguez, Program for the Development of the Infant and the Mother (PRODIM)

  11. Post-colonial populationsin remote Australia, ageing in a high migration populationTony Barnes, Charles Darwin University

  12. Residential choice and attitudes towards family and workMarjolein Blaauboer, University of Amsterdam; Clara H. Mulder, University of Amsterdam

  13. An investigation into the complex effects of women's education on first births risks in SwedenKarin Böttcher, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  14. Between marriage and cohabitation: women first union patterns in HungaryCristina Bradatan, Texas Tech University; Laszlo J. Kulcsar, Kansas State University

  15. Is solo living is a matter of choice or circumstance in Turkey?Pelin Cagatay, Hacettepe University; Ismet Koc, Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies

  16. A retrospective analysis of fertility decline in turkey: an application of own-children method to Turkey demographic and health survey data setsPelin Cagatay, Hacettepe University

  17. The consequences of population ageing in Turkey: a country at the onset of population ageingSebnem Canpolat, Hacettepe University

  18. Changes in the practice of imam marriages in Turkey: 1963-2003Hatice Yaprak Civelek, Yeditepe University; Ismet Koc, Hacettepe University Institute of Population Studies

  19. The commodity chain of the household: from survey design to policy planningErnestina E. Coast, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Tiziana Leone, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Sara Randall, University College London

  20. Divorce and remarriage in Flanders (Belgium): differentials according to the country of origin and the migration historyMartine Corijn, Research Centre of the Flemish Government, Brussels

  21. Family support in the postmodern society: made-to-measure?Trees De Bruycker, Ghent University

  22. Fertility recuperation throughout the 1990s: a study among Belgian women of the 1960-65 birth cohorts who postponed fertility to a considerable extentDavid De Wachter, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

  23. Socio-economic variation in gender differentials in health: a life course analysisBiplap Dhak, Institute for Social and Economic Change

  24. Gender inequality in health outcome and health care utilization in India: its changes through the different stages of life courseBiplap Dhak, Institute for Social and Economic Change

  25. Family transitions and job instability in two German cities: an East-West comparisonPaola Di Giulio, Vienna Institute of Demography; Laura Bernardi, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research and Université de Lausanne; Anja Vatterrott, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  26. Is marriage worthwhile? a study of investments and partnership formation in Spain, Germany and FranceMarta Dominguez, Universidad Pompeu Fabra

  27. Son-preference and fertility decline: impact on the sex-ratio of births to India-born mothers in England and WalesSylvie Dubuc, University of Oxford

  28. Ageing of population in the countries of Transcaucasia: socio-economic aspectsRufat Efendiyev, The National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan, Institute of Economy

  29. The role of women in family and society in IranParastoo Esmaeili, University of Tehran

  30. Relationship between reproductive history and fitness in Hallstatt (Austria)Mireia Esparza, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Neus Martínez-Abadías, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Marta Muñoz Tudurí, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Torstein Sjovold, Stockholm Universitet; Rolando González-José, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas; Clara E. Garcia-Moro, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Miguel Hernández

  31. Generational differences in childbearing within marriageAnn Evans, Australian National University; Edith E. Gray, Australian National University

  32. Remarriage in Portugal: contemporary tendenciesAna Cristina Ferreira, ISCTE; Cristina Lobo, ISCTE; Isabel Oliveira, ISCTE; Madalena Ramos, ISCTE

  33. Fertility and nuptiality in transformation: comparing Poland and Estonia 1989-2005Ewa Fratczak, Warsaw School of Economics; Kamil Sienkiewicz, Warsaw School of Economics; Aneta Ptak-Chmielewska, Warsaw School of Economics; Kalev Katus, Estonian Interuniversity Population Research Centre; Allan Puur, Estonian Interuniversity Population Research Centre; Asta Põldma, Estonian Interuniversity Population Research Centre

  34. More children or not? fertility of married women in Croatia.Jakov Gelo, University of Zagreb; Marin Strmota, University of Zagreb

  35. Cuban international migration and low fertility conditions impact over the aging of the population. Consequences of intergenerational relations of older adultsMadelín Gómez León, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Esther María León Díaz, Centro de Estudios de Población y Desarrollo (CEPDE). ONE.

  36. Transition to first marriage in TurkeyDeAnna L. Gore, Florida State University; Elwood Carlson, Florida State University

  37. Printed media and demographic educationOdeibler Guidugli

  38. Does the family system in Romania follow the path of Southern European countries?Mihaela Hărăguş, Babes-Bolyai University, Centre for Population Studies; Cristina Oaneş, Babes-Bolyai University; Maria Castiglioni, Università di Padova; Paul-Teodor Hărăguş, Babes-Bolyai University

  39. The effect of contraceptive use on parity progression: an empirical analysis in low fertility regions of IranMeimanat Hosseini Chavoshi, University of Tehran; Peter McDonald, Australian National University; Mohammad J. Abbasi-Shavazi , University of Tehran; Neda Moradi

  40. Revisiting the proximate determinants of fertility in Nigeria: does the method of estimation matter?Latifat Ibisomi, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)

  41. Who desire children in Japan? – changing in age and parity compositionMiho Iwasawa, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Tokyo; Fusami Mita, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan

  42. Derivatives of RCH program and their diffusive effects on most deprived communities in India: interactions of poverty, fertility and micro-economic effectsNiyati Joshi, Government of India; C.P. Prakasam, Retired Professor from International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  43. Twenty years hence: changes in young Filipino women’s attitude toward premarital sex and unmarried childbearing since the 1980sMaria Midea M. Kabamalan, University of the Philippines

  44. High fertility in low fertility country (Caucasus case in Russia)Irina E. Kalabikhina, Moscow State University

  45. The transition of reproductive life course in Japan; the lexis-layer decomposition analysis of fertility declineRyuichi Kaneko, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Tokyo

  46. The emergence of cohabitation in transitional socio-economic context: Evidence form Bulgarian and Russian GGSDora Kostova, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  47. The formation of mortality inequalities by education between 1986 and 2005. The Hungarian CaseKatalin Kovács, Demographic Research Institute, Budapest; László Hablicsek, Demographic Research Institute, Budapest

  48. The graying periphery - aging and community development in Romania and BulgariaLaszlo J. Kulcsar, Kansas State University; Cristina Bradatan, Texas Tech University

  49. Changes in health deterioration among participants of the Framingham Heart Study from the 1960s to the 1990sAlexander Kulminski, Duke University; Konstantin G. Arbeev, Duke University; Svetlana V. Ukraintseva, Duke University; Irina V. Culminskaya, Duke University; Kenneth C. Land, Duke University; Anatoliy I. Yashin, Duke University

  50. Children and divorce in Flanders (Belgium): differentials according to the country of originEdith Lodewijckx, Research Centre of the Flemish Government

  51. “A somewhat different journey” Living with Down Syndrome: the transition to adult life for persons with Down SyndromeLisbeth Trille G. Loft, Brown University; Dennis Hogan, Brown University

  52. Social networks and family support of elderly people in SpainLaura Lorenzo, University Hospital La Paz

  53. Fertility trends on the second demographic transition in PortugalMaria Magalhaes, Statistics Portugal; Edviges Coelho, Statistics Portugal; Jorge Bravo, University of Evora

  54. The first cohabiting union and the timing of first births. A comparison between France and Hungary.Zsuzsanna Stefan-Makay, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  55. The ideal and de facto timetable for transition to adulthood in Europe: A comparative view from the ESSTeresa Martin Garcia, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC); Teresa Castro Martin, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)

  56. Repartnering after marital dissolution: does the context play a role?Silvia Meggiolaro, Università di Padova; Fausta Ongaro, Università di Padova

  57. Demographic transition and ageing in the ECO countriesAmir Houshang Mehryar, Regional Center for Population Reseach & Studies in Asia and the Pacific; Nader Motie Haghshenas, Population Studies and Research Center in Asia and the Pacific

  58. Socio-demographic factors, infertility experiences and infertility treatments in FinlandAnneli Miettinen, The Population Research Institute, Helsinki; Pirjo Paajanen, The Population Research Institute, Helsinki

  59. Labour insertion in Spain: a view from the "Muestra Continua de Vidas Laborales".Pau Miret Gamundi, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; José Ramón Aguín Ferradás, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  60. Female height and union formation in the developing WorldChristiaan Monden, Tilburg University; Jeroen Smits, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen

  61. Values of children and the life course: a Polish caseMonika Mynarska, Institute of Psychology, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University

  62. Gender gap in European familiesCatia Nicodemo, Tor Vergata University

  63. Extent of adolescents’ knowledge of sexual and reproductive health and rights in Nigeria: implications for developmentChinyere C. P. Nnorom, University of Lagos; Olufunlayo O. Bammeke, University of Lagos

  64. The socio-economic effects of ageing on intergenerational relations between the young and old people in a Yoruba Community in Southwestern NigeriaMustapha m.o Opatola, Obafemi Awolowo University; Ojo M Agunbiade, Obafemi Awolowo University

  65. Preferring cohabitationPirjo Paajanen, The Population Research Institute, Helsinki; Anneli Miettinen, The Population Research Institute, Helsinki

  66. Material and political dimensions analysis of the legal exclusion in the social protection in healthMauricio Padrón Innamorato, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Patricia Román Reyes, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

  67. Estimating the contribution of demographic factors to the demographic ageing in Galicia (Spain): retroprojection and standardized age methodsAntía Pérez Caramés, Universidade da Coruña

  68. Fertility pattern among working women in formal and informal sectorAmita Pradhan, Tribhuvan University

  69. Extent of marriage break-up and remarriages in India: revelation from Indian census and survey dataRavi Prakash, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Sulabha Parasuraman, International Institute for Population Sciences

  70. Unraveling the changing dynamics of mate selection in 21st century: A content analysis in Indian perspectiveRavi Prakash, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Sulabha Parasuraman, International Institute for Population Sciences

  71. Involuntary childlessness: an exploratory study of men’s perspective on infertilitySucharita Pujari, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Sayeed Unisa, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  72. The effect of education on second births in RussiaDorothea Rieck, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  73. The impact of policies influencing the demography of age structured populations: the case of Academies of ScienceFernando Riosmena, University of Colorado at Boulder; Alexia Fuernkranz-Prskawetz, Vienna Institute of Demography; Maria E. Winkler-Dworak, Vienna Institute of Demography; Regina Fuchs, Vienna Institute of Demography and International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)

  74. Recent marital trends in GeorgiaTamar Shinjiashvili, Institute of Demography and Sociology

  75. The life cycle in the Romanian socio-economic context. Temporal differencesMaria Simion, Population Research Center ‘Vladimir Trebici’,

  76. The situation of the aged people in BeninFortuné Sossa, Université Catholique de Louvain; Mêmounath Zounon

  77. Trends in fertility in Romania. Case-study in Bihor CountySimona Stanciu, University of Oradea, Romania

  78. Relationship between poverty and material hardship of the elderly in the European UnionNada Stropnik, Institute for Economic Research, Slovenia; Natasa Kump, Institute for Economic Research, Slovenia

  79. Interhousehold financial and care transfers. practices versus norms and attitudes towards delivering and receiving careMarta Styrc, Warsaw School of Economics; Izabela Grabowska, Warsaw School of Economics

  80. The state of ageing and health situation in KeralaBalasubramanian Subramanian Vinayagam, University of Kerala; Mohanachandran P. Nair, University of Kerala

  81. Infertility differentials and its socio-cultural consequences in AfricaTayebeh (Sahel) Taherianfard, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS)

  82. Why postdivorce fathers do not have contact to their children. A case study from AustriaMariam Irene Tazi-Preve, University of Vienna; Markus Kaindl, Vienna University of Technology

  83. Two-home family situations of children and adults: observation and consequences for describing family patterns in FranceLaurent Toulemon, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Sophie Pennec, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  84. Recent shift towards higher fertility in Poland – short term change or a long term trend?Krzysztof Tymicki, Warsaw School of Economics

  85. Old and alone? Projecting the future family situation of German elderly using SOCSIMHarald Wilkoszewski, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  86. Causal analysis of time to first birth and first marriage in TurkeyElif Yiğit, Hacettepe University

  87. The relation between women’s status and demographic and health surveys: the case of TurkeyIlknur Yuksel, Hacettepe University; Hande Tunckanat, Hacettepe University