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Poster Session 2:
Poster Session 2: fertility, family and children

Tuesday, September 29
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

  1. Fatima Abadlia, Caisse Nationale des Assurances Sociales (CNAS), Algeria

  2. Inequity of nutritional status of children under five in SudanKhalda Abd Elghafar

  3. An exploratory study: divorced women in the case of TurkeyTuğba Adalı, Hacettepe University

  4. Factors sustaining high fertility regimes in southwest NigeriaSunday Adedini, Obafemi Awolowo University; Ayotunde S. Liasu, Obafemi Awolowo University

  5. Alphonse M. Affo, Centre de Formation et de Recherche en matière de Population (CEFORP)

  6. Below replacement fertility in Iran: a district level analysis of 2006 Census.Akbar Aghajanian, Fayetteville State University; Mitra Mehryar, Research Assistant, Institute for Management Studies; Shirin Ahmad-Nia, Ministry of Science, Research and Technology, Iran

  7. Does child mortality promote progressing to higher parities?Tavakkol Aghayari Hir, University of Tehran; AbouAli Vedad Hir, Tabriz University; Aliyar Ahmadi, University of Tehran; Mohammad Shiri, university of tehran

  8. Childlessness in India: are we ready as developed countries?Praween Kumar Agrawal, India HIV/AIDS Alliance

  9. The man in his house: changing family and partnership behaviour in southern GhanaAkinyinka Akinyoade, Universiteit Leiden

  10. Armed conflict and schooling: evidence from the 1994 Rwandan genocideRichard Akresh, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Damien de Walque, World Bank Group

  11. Marriage related decision making among young people: what influences their involvement and why should young people be involved. Evidence from community-based survey in rural and urban Pune district, IndiaMallika Alexander, KEM Hospital Research Centre; Laila Garda, KEM Hospital Research Centre

  12. Social variation of activity limitations among the birth cohorts 1924-1983: Estonian Family and Fertility SurveyKatre Altmets, University of Tartu; Astrid Saava, University of Tartu

  13. Desired and achieved fertility: evidence from UruguayVerónica Amarante, Instituto de Economía, UDELAR; Wanda Cabella, Universidad de la República, Uruguay

  14. Coping strategies of street children in NigeriaJoshua Aransiola, Obafemi Awolowo University

  15. Marriages and consensual unions in the context of the Second Demographic Transition in CubaMarisol Armas, Centro de Estudios Demográficos (CEDEM); Paula Miranda-Ribeiro, CEDEPLAR, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Laura R. Wong, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR)

  16. The influence of pentecostal churches on female marriage dynamics in southern MozambiqueCarlos Arnaldo, Universidade Eduardo Mondlane; Victor Agadjanian, Arizona State University

  17. Intergenerational variation and changes in attitudes towards marriage issues in IranAbbas Askari-Nodoushan, Yazd University, Iran

  18. Determinants of gender-specific standards in attitudes about pre-marital sex and sexuality among rural and urban young boys in western Tamil Nadu State, IndiaNarayanaswamy Audinarayana, Bharathiar University

  19. Gender and the structure of social networks in Ghana: implications for fertility processesWinfred A. Avogo, Illinois State University

  20. Maks Banens, Université de Lyon II

  21. Differences in fertility preferences and contraceptive behaviors by HIV status among women and men in 17 sub-Saharan African countriesAkinrinola Bankole, Guttmacher Institute; Ann E. Biddlecom, Guttmacher Institute; Kumbutso Dzekedzeke, Independent Consultant

  22. Effects of sex preferences for children on reproductive behavior in Central Asia: evidence from Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, and UzbekistanJennifer B. Barrett, Loyola University Chicago

  23. Couple’s agreement and disagreement on fertility intention: an insight on the reproductive decision process in a polygamous community in northern MalawiAngela Baschieri, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); Sian Floyd, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); Neil French, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); Albert L.N. Dube, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); Judith R. Glynn, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); Emmanuel Banda, Karonga Prevention Study (KPS); Anna Molesworth, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); Aulive Msona, Karonga Prevention Study (KPS)

  24. Adolescent and young adult mortality in Latin America: a heterogeneous path marked by violenceGuiomar Bay, CELADE; Maren Andrea Jimenez, Centro Latinoamericano de Demografía (CELADE); Ruiz Magda, CELADE

  25. Lifecourse and structural factors in childlessness: the Second Demographic Transition and the incomplete gender revolutionRoderic Beaujot, University of Western Ontario; Zenaida R. Ravanera, University of Western Ontario

  26. Zoubida Belarbi, Université Saad Dahleb Blida

  27. Nicolas Belliot, Université Montesquieu - Bordeaux IV

  28. Sexual morality and new forms of living arrangement in Britain: the role of cohort replacement and period effects in attitudinal change.Ann M. Berrington, University of Southampton

  29. Marriage timing of men in Egypt: the changing role of employment status and schooling over timeChristine Binzel, German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin)

  30. The effect of professional dynamics on the partnership dynamics of couples in LuxembourgLucile Bodson, Centre d'Etudes de Populations, de Pauvreté et de Politiques Socio-Economiques (CEPS); Mathias Kuepie, DIAL-Paris et CEPS/INTEAD (Luxembourg)

  31. Leila Boufraioua, Université de Paris X, Nanterre

  32. Carole Brugeilles, Université de Paris X, Nanterre

  33. The institutional determinants of having a first or second child in East and West GermanyPetra Buhr, University of Bremen; Katharina Maul, University of Bremen; Johannes Huinink, University of Bremen

  34. Female adolescent childbearing in Brazil, 1992-2006: determinants and association with school attendance and labor market participationAndre J. Caetano, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR)

  35. What contributed to fertility decline in Turkey between 1973-2003?Pelin Cagatay, Hacettepe University

  36. Reproductive consequences of China's Great Famine, 1959-1961Yong Cai, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Feng Wang, University of California, Irvine

  37. Marriage timing, ethnicity and religion in KazakhstanElwood Carlson, Florida State University; Heather Griffis, Florida State University

  38. Home is where the heart is: living arrangements of young adults in BrazilRegiane L Carvalho, Centro de Desenvolvimento e Planejamento Regional (CEDEPLAR)

  39. Child migration in national surveysAdriana Castaldo, University of Sussex; Saskia Gent, University of Sussex; Gunjan Sondhi, University of Sussex; Ann Whitehead, University of Sussex

  40. The relationship between migration and timing of birth in Nang Rong, ThailandSukanya Chongthawonsatid, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand; Pimonpan Isarabhakdi, Mahidol University; Aree Jampaklay, Mahidol University; Barbara Entwisle, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  41. Staying out of trouble: what counts for young male offenders?Lynda Clarke, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); Renata Forste, Brigham Young University; Stephen Bahr, Brigham Young University

  42. The transition to adulthood among second generation Turkish and Moroccan men and women in Flanders (Belgium)Martine Corijn, Research Centre of the Flemish Government, Brussels; Edith Lodewijckx, Research Centre of the Flemish Government

  43. Marriage and cohabitation patterns in an immigration country: specificities of Latin-American migrants in SpainClara Cortina, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC); Xiana Bueno García, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  44. Adolescent reproductive and sexual health in India: knowledge and behaviourNitin Datta, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  45. Child schooling in India: returns of fertility declinePuspita Datta, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  46. Adolescent pregnancy and child welfare: is mother's age a determining factor?Maria-Coleta de Oliveira, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP); Joice Vieira, State University of Campinas

  47. Fertility recuperation strategies: are women from different social backgrounds able to catch up at later ages?David De Wachter, Vrije Universiteit Brussel

  48. Timing of the first birth in the Spanish cohorts: evidences from the "Fecundidad, familia y valores 2006" surveyMargarita Delgado, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC); Alessandra De Rose, Università di Roma "La Sapienza"; Laura Barrios, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC); Francisco Zamora, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

  49. Kim Deneuvel, Université Paris III

  50. Some factors of lowering fertility in the Republic of MacedoniaAnica Velimir Dragovich, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University of Skopje

  51. Re-partnering and third births. Evidence from Sweden 1990–2005Martin Dribe, Lund University; Maria A. Stanfors, Lund University

  52. Fatima Drid, Université de Batna; Keltoum Bibimoune, Université de Batna; Belkacem Ziani, Université de Batna; Miloud Seffari, Université de Sétif

  53. The association between intimate partner violence and proximate measures of child healthAnnie Dude, University of Chicago; Rebekah A. Burroway, Duke University

  54. Family transitions on the way to adulthood: tradition, culture or lack of opportunities?Carlos J. Echarri Canovas, El Colegio de México

  55. The tie that binds? Husband’s and wives’ perspectives on sexual and reproductive agency in Bangalore, IndiaJeffrey Edmeades, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW); Tina Y. Falle, International Center for Research on Women (ICRW); Rohini P. Pande, Independent Consultant; Suneeta Krishnan, University of California, San Francisco

  56. Private and group tutoring in Egypt: where is the gender inequality?Asmaa Elbadawy, Population Council; Deborah Levison, University of Minnesota; Dennis A. Ahlburg, Trinity University

  57. The role of education in the lives of young displaced adolescents in Darfur, SudanSafaa El-Kogali, Population Council; Cynthia B. Lloyd, Population Council; Ali Rashed, Population Council; Johanna Rankin, Population Council

  58. Moroccan and Albanian second generation migrants in Italy: integration and identity formationAlice Elliot, University College London

  59. Stable unions matter for children’s sakeAlan B. Feranil, University of San Carlos

  60. Fathers' influence on the development of children in disadvantaged settingsAlan B. Feranil, University of San Carlos

  61. Marriage as the most important factor for leaving parental home in Poland. Mixed patterns in the transition countryEwa Fratczak, Warsaw School of Economics; Iga Sikorska, Warsaw School of Economics

  62. Factors associated with self-reported stopped marriages among adolescent girls aged 10-19 in Amhara Region, EthiopiaAnastasia J. Gage, Tulane University; Yemane Berhane, Addis Continental Institute of Public Health (AC-IPH); Alemayehu Worku, Addis Ababa University

  63. Parent-child connectedness: a pressing need to be addressed in rural and urban IndiaLaila Garda, KEM Hospital Research Centre; Mallika Alexander, KEM Hospital Research Centre

  64. Families in the middle: a comparative study of parenting and family functioning in middle-class families in Canada and the United StatesAnne H. Gauthier, University of Calgary; Frank F. Furstenberg, University of Pennsylvania; Shelley Pacholok, University of British Columbia at Kelowna

  65. Interlinkages of dowry and experience of domestic violence among young married women in rural IndiaSudeshna Ghosh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  66. Marriages in rural India: concepts, beliefs and experiencesSudeshna Ghosh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  67. Italian fertility above age 30: what is the role played by Italians and foreigners? A decomposition model resultsPiero Giorgi, Università di Teramo; Salvatore Strozza, University of Naples Federico II

  68. Institutional settings and adolescent paths out of school and into the labour force in Buenos Aires, Lima and Mexico CitySilvia Giorguli-Saucedo, El Colegio de México; Patricio Solís, El Colegio de México; Martín Benavides, Grupo de Análisis para el Desarrollo (GRADE); Georgina Binstock, Centro de Estudios de Población; Marcela Cerruti, Centro de Estudios de Población

  69. Bilampoa Gnoumou Thiombiano, Université de Montréal

  70. Child poverty in high- and middle-income countries: lessons from the newly expanded Luxembourg income studyJanet C. Gornick, Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY); Markus Jantti, Åbo Akademi University

  71. Living conditions and well-being of households in BelarusOlga G. Grigorieva, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Pavel M. Grigoriev, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  72. Consensual union: its implications to Filipino women’s well-beingSocorro A. Gultiano, University of San Carlos

  73. The role of geographical distance in the decision making process of partner choiceKaren Haandrikman, University of Groningen; Leo van Wissen, University of Groningen

  74. Relevance of parental aspirations in determining schooling and work for adolescent girls in PakistanMinhaj U. Haque, Population Council--Islamabad

  75. New partners, new children in SwedenJennifer Holland, University of Wisconsin at Madison; Elizabeth Thomson, Stockholm University & University of Wisconsin-Madison

  76. The influence of social embeddedness on timing of union formation among the Turkish second generation in seven European countriesDoreen Huschek, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI); Aart C. Liefbroer, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI)

  77. Desired versus actual number of children in Nigeria: the contradictionLatifat Ibisomi, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)

  78. Ceren Inan, Université Montesquieu - Bordeaux IV; Nicolas Cauchi-Duval, Université Montesquieu - Bordeaux IV; Alain Parant, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  79. Pronatalist population policy options in South Korea’s sub-replacement fertility transitionKwang-Hee Jun, ChungNam National University

  80. Jacky JK Kabwe, Institut National de la Statistique, Kinshasa; Elisabeth Kayiba Mbelu, Institut National de la Statistique, Kinshasa

  81. Union formation and marriage in post-revolutionary IranShahla Kazemipour Sabet, Regional Center for Population Research and Studies in Asia and the Pacific; Mohammad Mirzaie, University of Tehran; Mahmoud Moshfegh, Population studies and Reseach Center For Asian And the pacific

  82. Educational and health impact of two school-feeding schemes: evidence from a randomized trial in rural Burkina FasoHarounan Kazianga, Oklahoma State University; Harold Alderman, World Bank Group

  83. Increased education and postponed fertility: the rising reproductive cost of attaining statusSamir KC, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)

  84. Claire Kersuzan, Université Montesquieu - Bordeaux IV

  85. Hamidou Kone, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Demographiques (IFORD)

  86. Pierre Chetel Kouanga, Union pour l'Etude et la Recherche sur la Population et le Développement (UERPOD)

  87. Trends of second birth rates in Eastern Europe after 1990: a comparative study of four selected countriesElena Koytcheva, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  88. Impact of household decision making power on women's empowerment in India: evidences from NFHS-3 SurveyAjeet Kumar, Institute of Rural Research and Development; Nalin Singh Negi, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee

  89. Opinion of adults on adolescent’s sexual and reproductive health needs in GhanaAkwasi Kumi-Kyereme, University of Cape Coast

  90. Marie-Josée Lewis, Université de Montréal; Anne-Emmanuèle Calvès, Université de Montréal

  91. Not just luck: characteristics and attitudes related to employment in different sectors in EthiopiaLisbeth Trille G. Loft, Brown University; Carrie E. Spearin, Brown University; Dennis Hogan, Brown University

  92. Right on target? A study of realization of fertility intentions using linked survey-register dataTorkild H. Lyngstad, University of Oslo; Kenneth Aarskaug Wiik, Statistics Norway; Turid Noack, Statistics Norway

  93. Fertility in Northern Sudan ( 1979-1999): levels, trends and determinantsMohamed Mahfouz Salih, University of Gezira, Sudan

  94. Late age-specific fertility patterns in selected E.U. and candidate countriesJanez Malacic, University of Ljubljana

  95. Formal childcare as an option to employed parents to reconcile work and family. The case of France, Italy, and SpainMarija Mamolo, Vienna Institute of Demography; Lucia Coppola, Instituto Nazionale di Statistica (ISTAT); Mariachiara Di Cesare, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

  96. Agbada Mangalu Mobhe, Université Catholique de Louvain; Roger Pongi, University of Kinshasa

  97. Divorces and remarriage in Brazil: revelations from vital statistics (1986-2006)Glaucia Santos Marcondes, Universidade Federal da Bahia; Humberto Corrêa, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP)

  98. Stepfamily instability in Canada: new insights based on a comparison of male and female reportsValerie Martin, University of Bamberg

  99. About the spatiality of Mexico’s first conjugal union: a look through the spatial distribution of mean age at first unionMario Martínez, El Colegio de México; Rodrigo Tapia-McClung, Centro de Investigación en Geografía y Geomática

  100. A first look at U.S. children in persistently poor neighborhoodsMark S. Mather, Population Reference Bureau (PRB); Nadwa Mossaad, Population Reference Bureau (PRB)

  101. Magali Mazuy, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED); Virginie Rozée, INED / INSERM / CREDAL

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

  103. Reproductive behaviour of women experiencing marital disruption: findings from a Mediterranean countrySilvia Meggiolaro, Università di Padova; Fausta Ongaro, Università di Padova

  104. Mohamed Mghari, Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches Démographiques (CERED)

  105. A review of the demographic trends of the Macedonians and Slovenes: a comparative studyGoran Miladinov, Faculty of Economics ,University of Shtip

  106. Are cohabiting and being married different? Differences in the socio-demographic composition of partnerships in Western European countriesPau Miret-Gamundi, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; María José González, Universitat Pompeu Fabra; Rocio Treviño-Maruri, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

  107. Becoming a mother in Romania: exploring the effect of educational attainmentCornelia Muresan, University Babes-Bolyai of Cluj

  108. Reproductive health needs and service seeking behavior of unmarried youth in rural BangladeshMarium U Mutahara, Population Council

  109. Does maternal employment augment expenditure on children’s nutrition and health? Empirical evidence from poor populations in South IndiaSivakami Muthusamy, Institute for Social and Economic Change

  110. Fertility and family planning among social groups in IndiaDewaram A. Nagdeve, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Laxmi Prasad Sonwani, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  111. Octavie Ngamukole, Institut National de la Statistique, Kinshasa; Jacky JK Kabwe, Institut National de la Statistique, Kinshasa; Perpétue Madungu Tumwaka, Institut National de la Statistique, Kinshasa

  112. Gaston Ngoma-Massala, Direction générale de la population

  113. Intergenerational social mobility in Cameroonian cities: the impact of socioeconomic and demographic factors on the family of originSamuel Nouetagni, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Demographiques (IFORD); Mathias Kuepie, DIAL-Paris et CEPS/INTEAD (Luxembourg)

  114. Samuel Nouetagni, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Demographiques (IFORD)

  115. Marriage patterns in EgyptMagued I Osman, Egyptian Cabinet Information and Decision Support Centre (IDSC); Hanan Girgis, Egyptian Cabinet Information and Decision Support Centre (IDSC)

  116. Dr Boualem OUZRIAT, Association maghrébine pour les études de la population (AMEP)-Section Algérie; Houria Kerbal, AMEP section Algerie

  117. Luca Paltrinieri, Ecole normale supérieure lettres et sciences humaines (ENS-LSH) Lyon

  118. Jean-Louis Pan Ké Shon, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  119. 'Feel good' factors and fertilityNick Parr, Macquarie University

  120. Fertility behavior of Indian female cohorts crossing childbearing age during 1993-2012 by socio-economic conditions: a model based approachSamba Siva Rao Pasupuleti, Indian Statistical Institute; Prasanta Pathak, Indian Statistical Institute

  121. Awareness and access to reproductive health care among adolescentsRachana Patel, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  122. The early transition from adolescence to motherhood in India: a socio-demographic and reproductive health approachLopamudra Paul, Research Associate (Moniotoring & Evaluation) Population Foundation of India; Lalitendu Jagatdeb, Population Foundation of India

  123. The gap between desired and achieved fertility in Kanchanaburi Demographic Surveillance System (KDSS), ThailandTran Quang Lam, Independent consultant

  124. Cecilia A. Rabell, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; María E. Daubeterre, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla

  125. Interrelationships between sexual behaviour, condom use, and first union among youth in sub-Saharan AfricaHantamalala Rafalimanana, United Nations

  126. Lina Rakotoson, Université de Paris X, Nanterre

  127. Failing to achieve family size ideals and the reality of motherhood in regional New South Wales, Australia: evidence from a qualitative approachDonna M. Y. Read, The University of Sydney; Judith Crockett, Charles Sturt University; Robyn Mason, Monash University

  128. Levels and determinants of marital fertility among low contraceptive communities of southern Ethiopia: experiences of resistant to fertility declineNigatu Regassa, Hawassa University

  129. Mortality differentials by parental education among children and young adults in Finland 1990–2004Hanna Remes, University of Helsinki; Tapani Valkonen, University of Helsinki

  130. A perspective on the fertility behavior of Iranian womenFarzaneh Z. Roudi, Population Reference Bureau (PRB)

  131. Rising multiple births in the United StatesRogelio Saenz, Texas A&M University; Bethany DeSalvo, Texas A&M University

  132. On the determinants of marital instability in Italy by genderSilvana Salvini, University of Florence; Daniele Vignoli, University of Florence

  133. Fertility transition in the Maharashtra State of IndiaDr. Vijay M Sarode, Reader in Statistics, Mulund College of Commerce, Mumbai-80

  134. Very low fertility and policy responses in Japan: an overview of recent research covering the last two decadesRyuzaburo Sato, National Institute of Population and Social Security Research, Japan; Motomi Beppu, Reitaku University

  135. Migration to Sweden and union dissolutionKirk A. Scott, Lund University

  136. Estelle Sidze, Université de Montréal; Barthelemy D. Kuate, Université de Montréal

  137. Fertility comparisons between migrant and non-migrant women in rural South Africa: arguing for a life course perspectiveGayatri Singh, Brown University; Jill Williams, University of Colorado at Boulder; Mark Collinson, University of the Witwatersrand

  138. Contextual effects of neighbour on contraceptive use in high fertility state of IndiaLucky Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  139. Obtaining a more refined standardized measure of fertility using the Non-Reproductive Life TableMathada Sivamurthy, Applied Statistics Research Centre, Bangalore-560094(India); Chetna M. Sivamurthy, Applied Statistics Research Centre

  140. Principal components analysis of ASFR : application to the recent fertility schedules observed around the worldMathada Sivamurthy, Applied Statistics Research Centre, Bangalore-560094(India); Chetna M. Sivamurthy, Applied Statistics Research Centre

  141. The evolution of household complexity worldwide: an appreciation on the basis of aggregated census dataSabine Springer, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  142. Desired and achieved fertility in a low fertility context: realization of childbearing intentions with reference to the Czech RepublicAnna Stastna, Research Institute for Labour and Social Affairs (RILSA)

  143. Elsa Steichen, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  144. First births in Sweden during three decades: the importance of normative factorsSara Ström, Stockholm University; Eva Bernhardt, Stockholm University

  145. When men don’t want. Exploring the profile of voluntary childless men in ItalyMaria-Letizia Tanturri, University of Pavia

  146. Parenting practices, non-cognitive skills and academic successLara Tavares, Dondena Centre for Research on Social Dynamics, Bocconi University

  147. Who delays childbearing? The relationship between fertility, education and personality traitsLara Tavares, Dondena Centre for Research on Social Dynamics, Bocconi University

  148. Perceived well-being among Ethiopian youth: its dimensions, its correlates and its impact on life course events.Optat H. Tengia, Brown University

  149. The role of poor health status, risks of debilitating conditions in the future and perceived barriers to occupational attainment on the educational aspirations of Ethiopian youthOptat H. Tengia, Brown University; David P. Lindstrom, Brown University

  150. Childbearing of students. The case of SwedenSara Thalberg, Stockholm University

  151. Normand Thibault, Institut de la statistique du Québec

  152. Fassa Daniel Tolno, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Demographiques (IFORD)

  153. Marriage migration from Turkey to Switzerland: exploring the causes and the consequences for women and menCeren Topgul, University of Geneva; Philippe Wanner, University of Geneva

  154. From one birth cohort to the next: changes in marriage timing of Iranian womenFatemeh Torabi, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)

  155. Self reported well-being among adolescents in Swedish stepfamiliesJani Turunen, Stockholm University

  156. The role of reproductive ageing in the widening gap between desired and achieved fertility: theoretical considerations and empirical resultsKrzysztof Tymicki, Warsaw School of Economics

  157. Changes in timing of marriage, childbearing and sexual behavior practices among low and high income groups in MexicoJorge Armando Valencia-Rodriguez, University of Pennsylvania; Olga Rojas, El Colegio de México

  158. New patterns of marriage practices among poor and non-poor women in Latin AmericaJorge Armando Valencia-Rodriguez, University of Pennsylvania; Katherine Wilson, Population Council

  159. Union dissolution and repartnering in the NetherlandsElma van Agtmaal-Wobma, Statistics Netherlands; Arie de Graaf, Statistics Netherlands

  160. Transition to adulthood, the postponement of childbearing and ethnicity in the west part of RomaniaValér Veres, Babes-Bolyai University Cluj

  161. Second generation migrants in Spain and their choice of the living arrangementsAgnese Vitali, Università Bocconi; Bruno Arpino, Università Bocconi

  162. Madeleine Wayack Pambè, Institut Superieur des Sciences de la Population (ISSP)

  163. Can we take them at their words? Cohabitors’ marriage intentions and subsequent marital behavior in NorwayKenneth Aarskaug Wiik, Statistics Norway; Torkild H. Lyngstad, University of Oslo; Turid Noack, Statistics Norway

  164. Educational aspirations and outcomes of children: experiences of children of overseas Filipino workersLindy Williams, Cornell University; Marie Joy B. Arguillas, Cornell University

  165. The choice of fertility level adjustment in ChinaJing Xu, Renmin (People's) University of China

  166. Thai college students challenge traditional sexuality patternKhemika Yamarat, Chulalongkorn University

  167. Households and housing in Venezuela: a prospective approach to 2016Brenda Yépez-Martínez, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Julián López-Colás, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Juan Antonio Módenes Cabrerizo, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona