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Final Program - Southern Demographic Association
Southern Demographic Association
2015 Annual Meeting
Program and Agenda
October 14-16, 2015
Hotel Contessa on the Riverwalk
San Antonio, Texas
SOUTHERN DEMOGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION
2015 OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS
President: Lloyd Potter, University of Texas at San Antonio
President-Elect: Stephanie Bohon, University of Tennessee – Knoxville
Past President: Ron Cossman, Mississippi State University
Vice President: Jeremy Porter, Brooklyn College
Secretary-Treasurer: Johnelle Sparks, University of Texas at San Antonio
Board of Directors:
Karin Brewster, Florida State University (2014-2016)
Justin Denney, Rice University (2015-2017)
Yanyi Djamba, Auburn University-Montgomery (2013-2015)
Jennifer Ortman, US Census Bureau (in saecula saeculorum)
Jeremy Porter, Brooklyn College (2013-2015)
Rebecca Tippet, Carolina Population Center (2015-2017)
Webmaster: Carl Schmertmann, Florida State University
Newsletter Editor: Wes James, University of Memphis
Population Research and Policy Review Editors:
Jennifer Glick, Arizona State University
Lloyd Potter, University of Texas at San Antonio
Jeralynn S. Cossman, West Virginia University
Local Arrangements: Corey and Johnelle Sparks, University of Texas at San Antonio
2015 Annual Meeting Program: Stephanie Bohon, University of Tennessee – Knoxville
PAST PRESIDENTS
2014 Ronald Cossman
2013 Kathryn Harker Tillman
2012 Robert Freymeyer
2011 Mark D. Hayward
2010 Charles Tolbert
2009 Jeralynn Cossman
2008 Michael D. Irwin
2007 Barbara E. Johnson
2006 Elwood D. Carlson
2005 Robert A. Hummer
2003-2004 Karen Woodrow-Lafield
2002-2003 Peter Morrison
2001-2002 Carl Schmertmann
2000-2001 C. Jack Tucker
1999-2000 Judith Waldrop
1998-1999 Louis G. Pol
1997-1998 Richard Rogers
1996-1997 Jack Marcum
1995-1996 Joachim Singelmann
1994-1995 Steve H. Murdock
1993-1994 Kirsten West
1992-1993 William O’Hare
1991-1992 John F. Long
1990-1991 Isaac W. Eberstein
1989-1990 Stanley K. Smith
1988-1989 Julia H. Martin
1987-1988 Omer R. Galle
1986-1987 W. Parker Frisbee
1985-1986 V. Jeffrey Evans
1984-1985 William Serow
1983-1984 Daniel O. Price
1982-1983 Jeanne C. Biggar
1981-1982 Anne S. Lee
1980-1981 Thomas J. Espenshade
1979-1980 Gladys K. Bowles
1978-1979 Robert H. Weller
1977-1978 Leon F. Bouvier
1975-1977 Dudley L. Poston, Jr.
1973-1975 George C. Myers
1970-1973 Everett S. Lee
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ABOUT SAN ANTONIO
Commonly known as "the place where the sunshine spends the winter," San
Antonio is situated in south central Texas between the Edwards Plateau to the northwest
and the Gulf Coastal Plains to the southeast. The city's gently rolling terrain is dotted with
oak trees, mesquite, and cacti, which flourish under the clear or partly cloudy skies that
prevail more than 60 percent of the time.
Although San Antonio lies 140 miles from the Gulf of Mexico, the seat of Bexar
County, pronounced "bear," is still close enough to experience the warm, muggy air of a
semitropical climate. During the winter, temperatures drop below the freezing mark an
average of only 20 days; precipitation is mostly in the form of light rain or drizzle. Annual
rainfall is nearly 28 inches, enough for production of most crops. May and September see
the most rainfall, building to thunderstorms with winds from the southeast. The city's
proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, however, can bring San Antonio some severe tropical
storms. Summers are hot; in fact, federal studies of weather patterns rank San Antonio as
the fourth hottest city in the nation because of the average 111 days each year that
temperatures reach 90 degrees or higher.
HTTP://WWW.CITY-DATA.COM/US-CITIES/THE-SOUTH/SAN-ANTONIO-GEOGRAPHY-AND-CLIMATE.HTML
SAN ANTONIO – QUICK FACTS
LAND AREA: 460.93 SQUARE MILES
COUNTIES: BEXAR, COMAL, AND MEDINA
POPULATION, 2013: 1,409,019
PERSONS PER SQUARE MILE: 2,879.8
HOUSING UNITS, 2010: 524,246
NUMBER OF BUSINESSES, 2007: 109,195
MEDIAN INCOME: $45,399
quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/48/4865000.htm
city-data.com/city/San-Antonio-Texas.html
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SOUTHERN DEMOGRAPHIC ASSOCIATION
2015 ANNUAL MEETING
AGENDA
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
3:00 to 9:00 pm
Time
4:00 – 6:00 pm
Event
SDA BOARD MEETING
Room
Board Room
4:00 – 6:00 pm
REGISTRATION
Outside the Contessa Ballroom
6:00 – 8:00 pm
OPENING RECEPTION
Cypress
Note: Breakfast is included in hotel registration for guests staying at the Hotel Contessa.
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Thursday, October 15, 2015
7:00 am - 9:00 am
Time
Event
Room
7:00 am - 5:00 pm
REGISTRATION
Outside the Contessa
Ballroom
9:00 - 11:30 am
UNDERGRADUATE MINI-CONFERENCE ON GRADUATE
SCHOOL AND PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS
Organized by the University of North CarolinaChapel Hill. All undergraduates are encouraged to
attend this informative session.
Cedar
Session One: 9:00 – 10:10 am
Residential Segregation – Magnolia
Chair: Lynn Fahey, Rice University
Latino Residential Segregation by Race in the US, 1990-2010: An Analysis of Latino Subgroups
Amber Fox Crowell, Texas A&M University
Mark Fossett, Texas A&M University
Does History Repeat Itself? Exploring the Continuation of Spatio-Temporal Segregation Patterns in
Southern Cities
Nicole Jones, Texas A&M University
Methodological Comparison of the Dissimilarity and Separation Indices: Is Displacement without
Separation Sociologically or Demographically Important?
Mark Fossett, Texas A&M University
Intergenerational Success of Puerto Rican and Cuban Americans in Ethnically Homogeneous
Communities
Avram Slone, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
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Session One (cont.): 9:00 – 10:10 am
Fertility and Maternal Health – Contessa A
Chair: Jamiko Deleveaux, University of Texas at San Antonio
Determinants of Recent Fertility for Puerto Rican Women in Puerto Rico and the United States
Alexis R. Santos, University of Texas at San Antonio
Gabriela Sanchez-Soto, University of Texas at San Antonio
Son Preference of Chinese Mothers in the U.S.: Does Confucianism Have an Impact in the U.S.?
Bethany DeSalvo, U.S. Census Bureau
Huanjun Zhang, Texas A&M University
Dudley Poston, Texas A&M University
Social Determinates of Primary Cesarean Utilization
Bethany DeSalvo, U.S. Census Bureau
Maria Perez-Patron, Texas A&M University
Violence and Prisoners – Contessa B
Chair: Noelia Flores, University of Texas at San Antonio
The Association between College Enrollment and Sexual Intimate Partner Violence (SIPV) among
Young Adults
Lauren Medina, Undergraduate Research Intern, Carolina Population Center
Determinants of Men’s Attitudes towards Wife Beating in Democratic Republic of Congo
Anakete Yemba Véronique, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Can Homicide-Suicides be Prevented?: The Case of Alaska
Donna Shai, Villanova University
Racial Disparities in Health Conditions among Prisoners Compared with the General Population
Kathryn M. Nowotny, University of Colorado Boulder
Jason D. Boardman, University of Colorado Boulder
Richard G. Rogers, University of Colorado Boulder
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Session Two: 10:20 - 11:30 am
Race and Ethnicity – Magnolia
Chair: Jenifer Bratter, Rice University
Increasing Race/Ethnic Diversity in the United States
Andrea M. Tilstra, Population Program, University of Colorado Boulder
Richard G. Rogers, Population Program, University of Colorado Boulder
Diverging Destinies: Puerto Rican Population in the Island and United States
Alexis R. Santos, U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research
Health Behaviors, Physiological Dysregulation, and Mortality for Black, White, and Mexican Americans
in the US.
Janet A. Weeks, Duke University
Race, Residence, and Shared Resources: Does Kin Support Matter at the Neighborhood Level?
Ellen Whitehead, Rice University
Queer-Loving: Testing Status Exchange Theory among Same-Sex Interracial Couples
Danny E. Malone Jr., Texas A&M University
Mary E. Campbell, Texas A&M University
Nicole E. Jones, Texas A&M University
Access to Healthcare – Contessa A
Chair: Wesley James, University of Memphis
How We Overstate Access to Primary Care
Ronald Cossman, Social Science Research Center, Mississippi State University
Differences in Breast Cancer Prevention by Healthcare Access and Educational Attainment for Adult
Women in the United States
Federico Ghirimoldi, University of Texas at San Antonio
Physician Density and Rural Mortality Penalty: Is There a Relationship?
William Keith, Mississippi State
Too Many Options? What Effect does Proximity to other Healthcare Facilities have on HIV Patient
Retention at an HIV/AIDS Clinic in South Central Texas?
Heidy Colón-Lugo, University of Texas at San Antonio
Susanne Schmidt, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Roberto Villarreal, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
P. Johnelle Sparks, University of Texas at San Antonio
Barbara Taylor, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Cumulative Inequality and Race/Ethnic Disparities in Low Birthweight: Differences in Childhood SES
Laura L. Freeman, Rice University
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Session Two (continued): 10:20 - 11:30 am
Measurement Issues in Demography – Contessa B
Chair: Jennifer Ortman, US Census Bureau
Tracking Changes in ZIP Code Boundaries, 1990-2009
Amy Kate Bailey, University of Illinois at Chicago
Alluson Suppan Helmuth, University of Illinois at Chicago
Using Spatial Analysis to Predict County Level Unemployment
Josh Turner, Mississippi State University
William T. Brooks, Austin Peay State University
The Top Ten Reasons to use the Cohort Change Ratio Method
David A. Swanson, University of California Riverside
Developing Social Capital among Research Team Members to Enhance Survey Response Rates
Phillip Granberry, University of Massachusetts Boston
Maria Idali Torres, University of Massachusetts Boston
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PLENARY LUNCHEON–CEDAR
12:00 - 1:30 pm
Debra J. Umberson, Ph.D.
“Gender, Marriage, and Health: Gay, Lesbian, and Heterosexual
Couples”
Dr. Umberson is the Centennial Commission Professor of Sociology and
Director of the Population Research Center at the University of Texas at
Austin. She received her PhD in Sociology in from Vanderbilt University and
was a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social
Research from 1985-1988.
Umberson’s research addresses three major issues: (1) What are the key
pathways linking social ties to health behaviors? (2) How do the effect of
social ties on mental health, health behavior, and health differ across
race/gender groups in the United States? and (3) How do relationship
dynamics around health differ for long-term gay, lesbian, and heterosexual
couples and do these differences change in the context of cohabitation versus
legal marriage? Umberson is the Principal Investigator of the Health and
Relationships (HARP) Project, a study of marriage and health, and she served
as editor of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.
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Session Three: 1:40 – 2:50 pm
Sexual Minorities and Health – Contessa A
Chair: Mauricio Rodriguez-Abreu, University of Texas at San Antonio
Racial Identity, Sexual Orientation, and Self-Rated Health
Zelma Tuthill, Rice University
Same-sex Relationships Risk-taking Behaviors: A Comparative Analysis of those in Marriages and
Relationships
Cheryl Rollman-Tinajero, Texas State University
Debarun Majumdar, Texas State University
Cancer Screening Utilization by Sexual Orientation: How Mammogram and Pap Test Use Varies among
Heterosexual, Lesbian, and Bisexual Women
Bridget Gorman, Rice University
Alexa Solazzo, Rice University
Justin Denney, Rice University
Preventative Health Test Utilization among Sexual Minorities: A Nationally Representative PopulationBased Study
Heather Richardson, Texas State University
New Developments in Research Data Centers – Contessa B
Chair: Mark Fossett, Texas A&M University
Panelists
(1) Mark Fossett, Professor of Sociology and Executive Director of the Texas Federal Statistical
Research Data Center, Texas A&M University
(2) Amber Crowell, Postdoctoral Researcher, Texas Federal Statistical Research Data Center,
Texas A&M University
(3) Mary Campbell, Associate Professor of Sociology, Texas A&M University
(4) Bethany DeSalvo, Senior RDC Administrator, US Census Bureau
(5) Dudley Poston, Professor of Sociology, Texas A&M University
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Session Three (continued): 1:40 – 2:50 pm
Educational Contexts – Cedar
Chair: Emily Summers, Texas State University
Educational Habitus among US Adolescents
Elizabeth Lawrence, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Examining the Link between Student Motivation and Academic Engagement
Paul Deppen III, Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Student College Going Propensity, Parental Influences, and Postsecondary Transitions of American
Youth
Bricio Vasquez, University of Texas at San Antonio
A Perfect Storm: A Case Study of Wisconsin’s Rural Schools
Sarah Kemp, University of Wisconsin
Mental Health – Magnolia
Chair: William Keith, Mississippi State
Mental Health and Ethnic Identity: An Analysis of Foreign Born Latinos in the United States
Angelica Menchaca, Texas A&M University
Geographic Variation and Community Attributes Affecting VA Mental Health Appointment Wait Times
Mary Bollinger, South Texas Veterans Health Care System
William Kazanis, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Erin Finley, South Texas Veterans Health Care System
Mary Jo Pugh, South Texas Veterans Health Care System
Vietnam Era Veteran Status and Transition into Cognitive Dysfunction in Men Beginning at Age 50
Pamela S. Willrodt, University of Texas at San Antonio
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Session Four: 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Determinants of Health – Contessa A
Chair: Justin Denney, Rice University
The Influenza Pandemic of 1918 and the Heart Disease Epidemic in the United States
Stephen Blanchard, Our Lady of the Lake University
Benjamin S. Bradshaw, University of Texas School of Public Health
David W. Smith, Chartered Statistician
Cigarette Smoking and Cause-Specific Mortality in the United States
Joseph T. Lariscy, University of Memphis
Robert A. Hummer, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Richard G. Rogers, University of Colorado Boulder
Charles B. Nam, Florida State University
Time, Poverty, and Health: The Effect of Leisure and Social Activities in Self-Perceived Health Status
Mauricio Rodríguez-Abreu, University of Texas at San Antonio
Examining Determinants of HIV Testing in US Household Population Aged 15-44
Stephanie Hernandez, Florida State University
Economic Disadvantage – Contessa B
Chair: Martha Jones, Vanderbilt University
Hungry for Inequality: Food Insecurity and Income Inequality in US Metropolitan Areas
Corey S. Sparks, University of Texas at San Antonio
Paul Chance Kinnison, University of Texas at San Antonio
Childhood Disadvantage and Allostatic Load in Later Life
Katelyn Graves, Florida State University
Isaac Eberstein, Florida State University
Continually Uninsured in Young Adulthood: Trends, Predictors and Reasons - An Analysis using the
National Health Interview Survey
Susanne Schmidt, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Helen M. Parsons, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
The Role of Economic Insecurity on Racial Attitudes among Whites and Blacks Pre-Post Recession
Rebecca Abbott, University of Illinois at Chicago
Herrica Telus, University of Illinois at Chicago
Food Environments and Place-Based Influences on Household Food Security In the United States
Chance Kinnison, University of Texas at San Antonio
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Session Four (continued): 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Measuring Race and Ethnicity – Magnolia
Chair: Amy Kate Bailey, University of Illinois at Chicago
Can we Burn the Bridge? Evaluating the Continued use of Reverse-Bridging to Convert NCHS Race
Data into OMB 1997 Categories
Sandra Colby, United States Census Bureau
Kathleen Nestor, United States Census Bureau
Christopher Dick, United States Census Bureau
Multiracial Identities, Single Race History: Contemporary Consequences of Historical Race and
Marriage Laws for Racial Classification
Jenifer Bratter, Rice University
Heather O'Connell, Rice University
Estimates of the Asian and Pacific Islander Population for the 2020 Demographic Analysis
Bashir Ahmed, U.S. Census Bureau
Eric B. Jensen, U.S. Census Bureau
Sandra L. Colby, U.S. Census Bureau
Chinese or Taiwanese? A Multilevel Analysis of Factors Affecting Taiwan Origin People’s Racial
Identity Choices
Brittany Rico, Texas A&M University
Reconstruction of Population for Brazilian States, 1970-2000
Marcos R. Gonzaga, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte
Flavio H. Freire, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte
Bernardo L. Queiroz, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
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Session Four (continued): 3:00 – 4:30 pm
Education and Race/Ethnicity – Cedar
Chair: Stephanie Bohon, University of Tennessee
Educational Outcomes of Multicultural Students in South Korea: A School Survey of 6th Grade
Students
Nayoung Heo, Texas A&M University
An Analysis of Race and Gender Effects on Cultural Competence among First Time College Students
Emily Summers, Texas State University
Debarun Majumdar, Texas State University
Audwin Anderson, Texas State University
Yuting Lin, Texas State University
Maggie Chamberlain, Texas State University
Race and Residence: Analyzing Cultural Competence amongst First Time in College Black Students at
Texas State University
Ricardo H. Lowe, Jr., United States Department of Agriculture
Emily Summers, Texas State University
Debarun Majumdar, Texas State University
Audwin Anderson, Texas State University
Educational Mobility: Hispanic Youth Achieving Post-Secondary Education in the United States
Andrea Bautista-Leon, University of Texas at San Antonio
The Return-on-Education Gap between Hispanics and Non-Hispanic Whites
Gabriela Sánchez-Soto, University of Texas at San Antonio
Andrea Bautista-León, University of Texas at San Antonio
Joachim Singelmann, University of Texas at San Antonio
POSTER SESSION, AWARDS CEREMONY, AND SDA DINNER: 4:45-9:00 PM
4:45-5:30 pm
POSTER SESSION (see following page)
5:30-6:30 pm
AWARDS CEREMONY – Anaqua
6:30 - 9:00 pm
SDA DINNER
Dinner will be at the King William Garden House at El Mirador
The King William Garden House is a ten minute walk from the Hotel Contessa.
Head west on W. Market Street. Turn left onto Navarro St. Continue straight;
Navarro becomes St. Mary’s Street. The address is 722 S. St. Mary’s St.
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Poster Session: 4:45 – 5:30 pm ANAQUA
Poster 1
A Descriptive Comparison of Birth, Death and Net Migration Rates for Multi-County Regions of
Michigan: 2001 -2012
Gerald Shoultz, Grand Valley State University
Poster 2
Characteristics of the Foreign-Born Population From the Largest Country of Birth Groups by Region of
Birth: 2013
Yesenia D. Acosta, U.S. Census Bureau
Wendie Choudary, U.S. Census Bureau
Poster 3
Characteristics of the Uninsured in the U.S. South, 2009-2014
Martha Jones, Vanderbilt University
Poster 4
Synthetic Estimates of Children’s Health and Well-Being for Local Areas
Mark Mather, Population Reference Bureau
Beth Jarosz, Population Reference Bureau
Kelvin Pollard, Population Reference Bureau
Linda Jacobsen, Population Reference Bureau
Poster 5
Demographic Dynamics and Land Use in Rincón, Puerto Rico from 1990-2010
Brenda I. Castro-Voltaggio, University of Puerto Rico-Medical Sciences Campus
Hernando Mattei, University of Puerto Rico-Medical Sciences Campus
Luz E. León-López, University of Puerto Rico-Medical Sciences Campus
Poster 6
Who Seeks Care? Mental Health Disorders and Healthcare Utilization among
Racial/Ethnic Minorities
Amber Jimenez, The University of Texas at San Antonio
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Friday, October 16, 2015
7:00 am - 10:00 am
Time
Event
Room
7:00 am - 10:00 am
REGISTRATION
Outside the Contessa Ballroom
Session Five: 8:00 - 9:10 am
Health Education – Cedar
Chair: Susanne Schmidt, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Patterns of Social Media Use by Social Demographic Factors and Implications for Reaching Latinos
with Health Related Messages
Rosalie P. Aguilar, IHPR, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Diabetes Disparities: Physical Activity and Education
Kyle A. Chapman, University of Kansas
Veterans Status and Health Literacy: A Population Analysis
Pamela S. Willrodt, University of Texas at San Antonio
Aging and the Elderly – Magnolia
Chair: Marlene Lee, Population Reference Bureau
America’s Aging Population: Trends, Costs, and Implications
Linda A. Jacobsen, Population Reference Bureau
Kelvin M. Pollard, Population Reference Bureau
Geography of the Ageing Process at Rural Areas in México: Migration and Ageing of those Staying
Oscar Gerardo Hernández Lara, National Autonomous University of México
Evaluating Disability Needs of Older Adults: Advanced Methodological Approaches
Andy Sharma, University of Denver
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Session Five (continued): 8:00 - 9:10 am
Children’s Health in Africa and Asia – Contessa A
Chair: Rebecca Clark, National Institutes of Health (NICHD)
The Association between Women Empowerment and Child Nutrition in Bangladesh
Anika Hannan, Undergraduate Research Intern, Carolina Population Center
The Relationship between Mother Kinship Ties, Community Participation, and Social Capital on Child
Acute Morbidity in Indonesia
Natalie Jansen, University of Kansas
Jarron Saint Onge, University of Kansas
Erin Ice, University of Kansas
The Implication of Early Childhood Malnutrition for Entry into Primary One in Nigeria: With Attention
on Gender, Ethnic, Urban-Rural Residence, and Income Inequalities on Early Life Nutrition
Aramide Kazeem, Western Kentucky University
John Musalia, Western Kentucky University
Demography of the South – Contessa B
Chair: Rebecca Tippett, Carolina Population Center
Variations in Vulnerability: Victims of Threatened and Completed Lynchings in Four Southern States
Amy Kate Bailey, University of Illinois at Chicago
Piere Washington, University of Illinois at Chicago
The Past is not Past: The Contemporary Health Impact of Historical Lynching
Elizabeth Breen, University of Illinois at Chicago
Boom Town in the Southwest: A Case Study of Carlsbad, New Mexico
Amanda Melvin, Eddy County Planner
Andy Sharma, University of Denver
An Exploration of Woodard’s “Cultural Nations” for Predicting Regional Mortality in the US
Douglas J. Myers, West Virginia University
Courtney Pilkerton, West Virginia University
Jeralynn S. Cossman, West Virginia University
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Session Six: 9:20 - 10:30 am
Showcasing Texas A&M’s Research Experience with Undergraduates Program – Cedar
Chair: Mark Fossett, Texas A&M
New Immigrant Destinations: Latino Populations
Cassidy Castiglione, California State University-San Marcos
Educational Attainment in Mexican Children: An Analysis of Parental Migration Status and the
Education of Children
Salma Atiya, University of Texas at El Paso
Immigration and Obesity: An Analysis of the Prevalence of Obesity among Black Caribbean Immigrant
Women and Black Women in the United States
Rebecca Cooley, Texas A&M University
Contextual Factors and Housing Choices of Same-Sex Couples
Samantha De Hoyos, University of Houston
Differences in Female Sterilization Use among Non-Hispanic White and Black Women
Hannah Rahaman, Texas A&M University
The Likelihood of being an Interracial Couple: Does Age Matter?
Thalia Puente, Sam Houston State University
The Labor Market and the Electorate – Magnolia
Chair: Robert Freymeyer, Presbyterian College
Educational Borrowing: The Cost of Labor Market Satisfaction and Occupational Success
Domenic Fichera, University of Massachusetts
The Newest Nam-Powers-Boyd Occupational Scale: Development and Insights
Monica Boyd, University of Toronto
Charles B. Nam, Florida State University
The Emerging Electorate: Projections of the Eligible Voting Population in the United States
Thomas File, U.S. Census Bureau
Jennifer Ortman, U.S. Census Bureau
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Session Six (continued): 9:20 - 10:30 am
Race/Ethnic Differences in Mortality – Contessa A
Chair: Joseph T. Lariscy, University of Memphis
Race/Ethnic Differences in Early Life Mortality in the United States
Robert Hummer, University of North Carolina
Elizabeth Lawrence, University of North Carolina
Race, Ethnicity, Education, and Mortality: A Comprehensive Portrait of Adult Risk
Sandte Stanley, Rice University
Justin Denney, Rice University
New Perspectives to Addressing Racial/Ethnic Differences in Mortality: Segregation, Educational
Profiles, and Allostatic Load
P. Johnelle Sparks, University of Texas at San Antonio
Jeffrey Howard, U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research
How Health Care Expenditures Effect Racial Disparities in County-Level Mortality
Jeralynn S. Cossman, West Virginia University
Wesley L. James, The University of Memphis
Family Structure and Intimate Relationships – Contessa B
Chair: Karin Brewster, Florida State University
Family Complexity, Family Transitions, and Child Wellbeing: A Descriptive Portrait from the new ECLSK 2011 Cohort
Rachel T. Kimbro, Rice University
Laura L. Freeman, Rice University
Justin T. Denney, Rice University
The Association Between Family Structure in Adolescence and the Formation of Concurrent
Partnerships in Young Adulthood
Nichole Flynn, Undergraduate Research Intern, Carolina Population Center
Duration of Marriage and Age at First Birth: Predictors of the Decline in Marital Satisfaction?
Andrea Laurent-Simpson, Texas Woman's University
Maggie Bohm, Texas Woman's University
The Impact of Marital Biography on the Association between Depression and Diabetes
Shannon Sabo, Florida State University
Isaac Eberstein, Florida State University
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Session Seven: 10:40 – 11:50 am
Immigration and Immigrants – Cedar
Chair: Michael D. Irwin, Duquesne University
Net International Migration Estimates: Recent Changes and Future Research
Anthony Knapp, U.S. Census Bureau
Eric B. Jensen, U.S. Census Bureau
Cultural Involvement and Preference in Immigrant Acculturation
Elwood Carlson, Florida State University
Abdurrahim Guler, Hacettepe University
Religious Segregation in Europe: Immigrant Assimilation and Integration of Religious Minorities in EU
Countries
Timmy Huynh, Pennsylvania State University
Setareh Mahmoudi, University of California – Irvine
Marriage Patterns of the Undocumented Mexican Immigrants in the US
Cristina Elizabeth Cruz, Texas A&M University
Measuring Mortality – Magnolia
Chair: Corey Sparks, University of Texas at San Antonio
A Comparison of Life Tables Based on the General Social Survey National Death Index (GSS-NDI) and
U.S. Vital Statistics Data
Dustin C. Brown, Mississippi State University
Joseph T. Lariscy, University of Memphis
Lucie Kalousova, University of Michigan
Not a Crystal Ball: A Comparison of Projected and Final Vital Statistics used in Population Estimates
Luke T. Rogers, U.S. Census Bureau
Sandra L. Colby, U.S. Census Bureau
Larry D. Sink, U.S. Census Bureau
Should Demographers Give More Scrutiny to Standardized Rates?: Variation in Spatial and Temporal
Black-White Mortality Disparities across Standardized Rates
Nyesha Black, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Bayesian Modeling of Small Area Mortality Schedules
Carl Schmertmann, Florida State University
Roland Rau, University of Rostock (Germany)
Marcos Roberto Gonzaga, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte (Brazil)
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Session Seven (continued): 10:40 – 11:50 am
Health Disparities – Contessa A
Chair: Richard G. Rogers, University of Colorado Boulder
Considering Disparities in Healthcare and Policy Approaches: Substance Abuse Treatment Wait Times
and its Influence on Patient’s Recovery
Frederick L. Hunter, Jr., Tougaloo College
SES Effects on Health Status of GWOT Veterans and their Civilian Counterparts: Laying the
Groundwork
Sharon Goodwin, University of Texas at San Antonio
Can Neighborhood Social and Environmental Context Account for Race/Ethnic Disparities in Childhood
Asthma?
Mackenzie Brewer, Rice University
Rachel T. Kimbro, Rice University
Kristin Osiecki, University of Illinois at Chicago
Justin T. Denney, Rice University
Gender Differences in Adverse Childhood Experiences and Later Life Cardiovascular Risk
Lynn M. Fahey, Rice University
Bridget K. Gorman, Rice University
Laura Freeman, Rice University
Rachel T. Kimbro, Rice University
Gender and Patriarchy – Contessa B
Chair: Samia El-Badry, International Demographic and Economic Associates (IDEA)
Gendered Variation in Time Spent in Housework Over the Life Course: Patterns and Processes
Rebecca A. Redmond, Florida State University
Transition into Adulthood Differs by Gender among Working Class Youth
Melissa Gonzalez, University of Illinois at Chicago
Gender Differences in being Childfree: The Influence of Social Children
DeAnna L. Gore, University of South Carolina Aiken
Religion and Patriarchy: An Analysis of Women’s Status in Turkey
Ceylan Engin, Texas A&M University
An Assessment of Instrumental Activities of Daily Living: Examining Measurement Invariance by
Gender
Connor Sheehan, University of Texas at Austin
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PLENARY LUNCHEON–CEDAR
12:00 - 1:30 pm
Mark Fossett, Ph.D.
“Observations on the Measurement and Analysis of Residential
Segregation”
Dr. Fossett is Professor of Sociology and Director of the Texas Census Research
Data Center at Texas A&M University. He received his PhD in Sociology from
the University of Texas and was on the faculty of Louisiana State University
before working as a Research Associate for the American Statistical Association
and Director of Data Services for the Population Research Center at the
University of Texas.
Fossett’s research is situated at the intersection of racial and ethnic relations,
social inequality, and urban sociology with his most recent work focusing on
modeling new methods for examining residential segregation. He has a
forthcoming book, New Demographic Techniques for Measuring and
Investigating Residential Segregation (Springer), based on an NSF-funded
project. Fossett recently served as President of the Southwestern Sociological
Association.
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Session Eight: 1:40 - 3:00 pm
Depression and Anxiety – Contessa A
Chair: Angelica Menchaca, Texas A&M University
Depression and STI Comorbidity among Men and Women of Reproductive Age
Maria Perez-Patron, Texas A&M University
Brandie Taylor, Texas A&M University
Natacha DeGenna, University of Pittsburgh
Family Cohesion, Family Conflict and Acculturation Stress Effects on Mood and Anxiety Disorders
among Foreign-Born Latinos
Guadalupe Marquez-Velarde, Texas A&M University
Residential Mobility – Contessa B
Chair: Gerald Shoultz, Grand Valley State University
Community Disruption, Migration & Health Outcomes in the Shale Gas Fields: Hidden Dimensions of
Population Instability on the Health of Residents
Michael D. Irwin, Duquesne University
Lenore Resick, Duquesne University
Annette Mackay, Duquesne University
Where Have All the College Students Gone? Patterns of Domestic Migration of the College-Aged
Cohort in the IRS Tax Universe in the United States
Heather King, U.S. Census Bureau
Joe Bowman, U.S. Census Bureau
Housing-Related Mobility and Migration in the Marcellus Shale Region of Pennsylvania
Annette Mackay, Duquesne University
Michael D. Irwin, Duquesne University
Lenore Resick, Duquesne University
A Boom in Migration Methodology? Improvements to Domestic Migration Estimates of the
Population Aged 65 and Over
Ester R. Miller, U.S. Census Bureau
Sarah Gibb, U.S. Census Bureau
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Session Eight (continued): 1:40 - 3:00 pm
Sexual Initiation – Cedar
Chair: DeAnna L. Gore, University of South Carolina Aiken
Family Structure Transition and Timing of First Vaginal Intercourse
Vito Lorenzo Di Bona, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Patterns of Sexual Initiation among Youth in the United States
Karin L. Brewster, Florida State University
Kathryn Harker Tillman, Florida State University
Partner Asymmetry and Couples' Transitions to First Sexual Activity in Emerging Adulthood
Giuseppina Valle Holway, University of Texas at San Antonio
Kathryn Harker Tillman, Florida State University
Population Policy and Social Movements – Magnolia
Chair: Mary Campbell, Texas A&M University
East African Immigrants to the US: How Do They Fare?
Samia El-Badry, International Demographic and Economic Associates (IDEA)
Bringing the States Back In: Institutional Determinants and Impacts of State-Level Immigration Policies
Paul Jacobs, Utah State University
Factors Influencing Participation in the Environmental Movement
Graham Hope, Presbyterian College
Robert Freymeyer, Presbyterian College
Texas Veterans and the Affordable Care Act: Qualitative Interviews
Mary Bollinger, South Texas Veterans Health Care System
Erin Finley, South Texas Veterans Health Care System
Mary Jo Pugh, South Texas Veterans Health Care System
Pam Willrodt, South Texas Veterans Health Care System
Lauren Cortez, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
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River Level
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