Friday, June 8 / 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM   •   Tent

Poster Session 4

Chair: Nico van Nimwegen, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI-KNAW)/ EAPS

  1. Gender Preference and Fertility Intention in the Low-Fertility Setting of Tehran, IranMaliheh Alimondegari, Yazd university ; Hajiieh Bibi Razeghi Nasrabad, National Institute of Population Research (NIPR)

  2. One-Way or Return? Explaining Group-specific Return Intentions of Recently Arrived Polish and Turkish Immigrants in GermanyJan-Philip Steinmann, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen

  3. Social Capital and Wellness Among Older Adults Live Alone: Findings from Share and HRSJinmoo Heo, Yonsei University ; Chung-Sup Lee, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign ; Sunwoo Lee, Palacky University Olomouc ; Jungsu Ryu, University of Georgia

  4. Ethnic Diversity and Its Effects on Social Capital in GermanySarah Ludwig-Dehm, The Pennsylvania State University

  5. Perceived Values of Children and Their Impact on Fertility Desires and Intentions in PolandChristoph Bein, NIDI ; Anne H. Gauthier, NIDI ; Monika Mynarska, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw

  6. Aged Neighborhoods, Youth Neighborhoods: A Dynamic Geography of Aging and Rejuvenation in Large Spanish Metropolitan AreasFernando Gil-Alonso, Universitat de Barcelona ; Isabel Pujadas-Rúbies, Universitat de Barcelona ; Jenniffer Thiers-Quintana, Universitat de Barcelona

  7. Women’s Wages and Fertility Revisited. Evidence from a Country with Good DataTom Kornstad, Research Dep., Statistics Norway

  8. Diversity in the Parity-Specific Patterns of Fertility Decline in Urban and Rural Areas of the Developing WorldMathias Lerch, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

  9. Perceived and Local Sex Ratios Andreas Filser, University of Oldenburg ; Richard Preetz, University of Oldenburg

  10. Illegitimacy and Nuptiality and Their Role in the Victorian Fertility Decline in England and WalesEilidh Garrett, University of Essex ; Hannaliis Jaadla, University of Cambridge ; Alice Reid, University of Cambridge

  11. Mobile Phones, Digital Inequality and Fertility: Longitudinal Evidence from MalawiFrancesco C. Billari, Bocconi University ; Valentina Rotondi, Bocconi University ; Jenny Trinitapoli, University of Chicago

  12. Research and Testing to Inform Decision on the Inclusion or Exclusion of a Sexual Identity Question in the 2021 Census in England and WalesAmie Kamanda, Office for National Statistics

  13. Job Quality and Employment of Older Workers: Evidence from the Recent SHARE DataAgnieszka Chlon-Dominczak, Warsaw School of Economics

  14. Internet and Partnership Formation in the United StatesRidhi Kashyap, University of Oxford ; Maria Sironi, University College London

  15. Unpacking attitudes on immigrants and refugees: a four-country comparisonRozane De Cock, KU Leuven ; David De Coninck, KU Leuven ; Marlies Debrael, KU Leuven ; Leen d’Haenens, KU Leuven ; Koen Matthys, Family and Population Studies, Centre for Sociological Research, Faculty of Social Sciences, KU Leuven

  16. Time Effects and Socioeconomic Inequalities in Mortality: an Age-Period-Cohort Analysis of the Last 200 Years in Southern SwedenEnrico Debiasi, Center for Economic Demography and Department of Economic History, Lund University ; Martin Dribe, Center for Economic Demography and Department of Economic History, Lund University

  17. Living Arrangements of Young Adults after a First Union Dissolution: Evidence from BelgiumBenjamin Marteau, Institut national d’études démographiques (INED)

  18. Determinants of Contraceptive Use By Method Choice Among Unmarried Adolescents in Nigeria: A Multinomial Regression AnalysisMark Hayter, University of Hull ; Monica Magadi, University of Hull ; Franklin Onukwugha, University of Hull

  19. Patterns of Pregnancy Termination According to Contraceptive UseJosé Antonio Ortega, University of Salamanca ; David Antonio Sánchez-Páez, University of Salamanca

  20. Spatial Patterns of Non-Marital Births: A View on the Second Demographic Transition in SerbiaDaniela Arsenovic, University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Sciences ; Branislav Bajat, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Department of Geodesy and Geoinformatics ; Vladimir Nikitovic, Institute of Social Sciences, Belgrade

  21. Urban Environment and Mortality Differentials in Southern SpainRosa Canovas, Institute for Cartography and Statistics Andalusia ; Dariya Ordanovic, ESRI Spain ; Diego Ramiro-Fariñas, Spanish National Research Counsel (CSIC) ; Francisco Viciana, Junta de Andalucia ; Mathias Voigt, EU ITN Marie CurieLongpop project

  22. Family, Work, and Spatial Mobility: Subjective Well-Being of Commuting CouplesAna Brömmelhaus, Oldenburg University ; Michael Feldhaus, Oldenburg University ; Monika Schlegel, Oldenburg University

  23. The Things You Would Do to Buy Winter Shoes. How Older Widows Manage Their Finances?Sylwia Timoszuk, Warsaw School of Economics

  24. Is the Association between Education and Fertility Postponement Causal? Examining the Role of Family Background Factors in Different ContextsJornt Mandemakers, Utrecht University ; Felix Tropf, University of Oxford

  25. Geographic and Socio-Demographic Determinants of Suicide Mortality. the Case of Andalusia 1980-2014Juan Manuel García González, Universidad Pablo de Olavide ; Rafael Grande, Universidad de Málaga

  26. Projection of Fertility Indicators Using MCMC Technique in the Bayesian InferencePramendra Singh Pundir, University of Allahabad ; Abhinav Singh, University of Allahabad ; Anurag Verma, Banaras Hindu University

  27. Higher Education Students’ Choices Forecasts in Portugal: Insights to Evaluate the Impact of Rural DepopulationRita Freitas, CIDEHUS.UE, University of Évora ; Maria Filomena Mendes, CIDEHUS.UE, University of Évora ; Filipe Ribeiro, CIDEHUS.UE, University of Évora ; Lidia Patricia Tome, CIDEHUS.UE, University of Évora

  28. Living Arrangements after Marital and Cohabitation DissolutionZuzana Zilincikova, Masaryk University

  29. The Changing Meaning of Aging: Historical Trends and ForecastsMaria Filomena Mendes, CIDEHUS.UE, University of Évora ; Filipe Ribeiro, CIDEHUS.UE, University of Évora ; Lidia Patricia Tome, CIDEHUS.UE, University of Évora

  30. Transnational Household Strategies and the Circulation of Care: A Comparative Analysis between the Brazil-Portugal and Brazil-USA Migration SystemsAlisson Barbieri, Cedeplar/UFMG ; Gilvan Guedes, Cedeplar/UFMG ; Nuni Vieira Jorgensen, Médecins Sans Frontières ; Gisela Zapata, Federal University of Minas Gerais

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