Session 122:
Measurement and Methods in Asking Questions about Sex

Friday, May 2
2:30 PM - 4:20 PM
Directors Row 4
3rd Floor

Chair: Susan Rogers, Research Triangle Institute
Discussant: David Kanouse, RAND

  1. Men's Reports of Contraceptive Use: The Effect of Question Variation and the Extent of UncertaintyJoyce C. Abma, National Center for Health Statistics, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Laura E. Porter, Johns Hopkins University; Freya L. Sonenstein, Urban Institute

  2. Consistency in the Reporting of Sexual Behavior among Adolescent Girls in Kisumu, Kenya: A Comparison of Interviewing MethodsPaul Hewett, Population Council; Barbara Mensch, Population Council; Annabel Erulkar, Population Council

  3. Sex in Geneva, Sex in Lilongwe and Sex in BalakaLinda A. Tawfik, Johns Hopkins University; Susan Watkins, University of Pennsylvania

  4. Same-Sex Relationships and Sexual Orientation in Canada: Data, Concepts, and Methodological IssuesPierre Turcotte, Statistics Canada; Viviane Renaud, Statistics Canada

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