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

Session 1235:
Poster Session 4

Chair: Nico van Nimwegen, NIDI

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  8. Diversity in the Parity-Specific Patterns of Fertility Decline in Urban and Rural Areas of the Developing World Mathias 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 Wales Hannaliis Jaadla, University of Cambridge; Alice Reid, University of Cambridge; Eilidh Garrett, University of Essex;

  11. Mobile Phones, Digital Inequality and Fertility: Longitudinal Evidence from Malawi Valentina Rotondi, Bocconi University; Francesco C. Billari, 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 Wales Amie Kamanda, Office for National Statistics;

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

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

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

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

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

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

  19. Patterns of Pregnancy Termination According to Contraceptive Use Sunwoo Lee, Palacky University Olomouc; David Antonio Sánchez-Páez, University of Salamanca; José Antonio Ortega, University of Salamanca;

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

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

  22. Family, Work, and Spatial Mobility: Subjective Well-Being of Commuting Couples Michael Feldhaus, Oldenburg University; Ana Brömmelhaus, 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 Contexts Jornt Mandemakers, Utrecht University; Felix Tropf, University of Oxford;

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

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

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

  28. Living Arrangements after Marital and Cohabitation Dissolution Zuzana Zilincikova, Masaryk University;

  29. The Changing Meaning of Aging: Historical Trends and Forecasts Lidia Patricia Tome, CIDEHUS.UE, University of Évora; Filipe Ribeiro, CIDEHUS.UE, University of Évora; Maria Filomena Mendes, 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 Systems Alisson Barbieri, Cedeplar/UFMG; Gilvan Guedes, Cedeplar/UFMG; Nuni Vieira Jorgensen, Médecins Sans Frontières; Gisela Zapata, Federal University of Minas Gerais;

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