Poster Session 6:
Migration, Urbanization, Race and Ethnicity

Friday, May 2
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

  1. Internal Migration in China, 1996-2000: An Ecological PerspectiveXiaodong Wang, Texas A&M University; Xiuhong You, Texas A&M University

  2. Internal Migration and Ethnic Conflicts in South Western Kenya: A View from Gucha DistrictValerie Golaz, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  3. Beyond Income Differentials: Improving Our Understanding of Interstate Migration in MexicoEstela Rivero-Fuentes, Princeton University

  4. Individual and Contextual Determinants of Internal Migration in Russia, 1985-2001Theodore Gerber, University of Arizona

  5. Return Migration in China: New Methods and FindingsZai Liang, University at Albany, State University of New York and Queens College; Yingfeng Wu, Stony Brook University, State University of New York

  6. Internal Migration of the Older Population in the United States: 2000Wan He, U.S. Census Bureau; Jason P. Schachter, U.S. Census Bureau

  7. Relative Deprivation and Migration in an Agricultural Setting of Chitwan Valley, NepalPrem Bahadur Bhandari, Pennsylvania State University

  8. Moving for Care: Findings from the HIV Cost and Services Utilization StudyAndrew S. London, Syracuse University; Janet Wilmoth, Syracuse University

  9. First Nations Mobility on the Prairies: Understanding Migration DecisionsMartin J. Cooke, University of Western Ontario; Danièle Bélanger, University of Western Ontario

  10. Keeping a Foot in the Rural Area: Migration Dynamics, Household Structure and the Link with Socio-Economic Status in Rural South AfricaMark Collinson, University of the Witwatersrand; Stephen Tollman, University of the Witwatersrand; Kathleen Kahn, University of the Witwatersrand; Martin Wittenburg, University of the Witwatersrand

  11. Rural Poor Towards DhakaDebashish Roy, Australian National University

  12. Migration and Urbanization in Burkina Faso. The Impact of Rural Development PoliciesCris Beauchemin, University of Montreal; Bruno Schoumaker, University of Montreal; Bonayi Dabire, University of Ouagadougou; Victor Piché, University of Montreal

  13. Urbanization Patterns and Policies in Romania in 1948-2000Ionica Berevoescu, University of Bucharest

  14. Unemployment, Lay-Off, Poverty and its Demographic Consequents in Urban ChinaZaisheng Zhang, Nankai University

  15. Demographic Distress in the Heartland: Exploring Patterns of Growth and DeclineKatherine J. Curtis White, University of Washington; Jerald R. Herting, University of Washington

  16. Impact of Migration on Population Dynamics: Regional Demographic Scenarios in IndonesiaSalahudin S. Muhidin, Brown University

  17. Migration and Land Use Changes: A Case Study of Hyderabad Urban Development Area Using Remote Sensing and GIS TechniquesNeelakantan K. Iyer, National Remote Sensing Agency, India; Sumati Kulkarni, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Raghavaswamy V, National Remote Sensing Agency, India

  18. Bangladesh Migrants into the Brahmaputra Valley and Its Impact on the Agricultural Labour MarketB.S. Mipun, North-Eastern Hill University

  19. Lowest Low Fertility in an Urban Context: The Role of Migration in Turin, ItalyFrancesca Michielin, University of Padua

  20. Projecting Indian Populations for the Purpose of Determining Water Requirements: Methodological IssuesGretchen Greene, Northwest Economic Associates; Michael Taylor, Northwest Economic Associates; Jeri Sawyer, Northwest Economic Associates

  21. Improving Internal Migration Data for State and County Population Estimates: Can the American Community Survey Inform?Hyo C. Park, U.S. Census Bureau; Bashiruddin Ahmed, U.S. Census Bureau

  22. Residential Segregation in PlacesJohn Iceland, U.S. Census Bureau; Erika Steinmetz, U.S. Census Bureau

  23. Establishing Segregation in Northern U.S. Cities from 1880 to 2000: New Evidence from New York, Chicago, Cleveland, New Orleans and ElsewhereAndrew A. Beveridge, Queens College and Grad Ctr -- CUNY; Susan Weber, Queens College; Charis Ng, Vanderbilt University and Queens College; Michiyo Yamashiki, Queens College

  24. Socioeconomic Well-Being and Migration: A Case Study of Three Zones in Bogotá, ColombiaMaria Aysa, University of Pennsylvania

  25. Migration and the Production of Poverty in the Refugee Camps of JordanMarwan Khawaja, American University of Beirut

  26. The Comparative Study of Residential Segregation between Blacks in Detroit and Hispanics in San Diego Metropolitan AreasHideki Morooka, University at Albany, State University of New York

  27. Exiting and Entering Poor Neighborhoods: Latinos, Blacks, and Anglos ComparedScott J. South, University at Albany, State University of New York; Kyle D. Crowder, Western Washington University; Erick Chavez, University at Albany, State University of New York

  28. African American Economic and Racial Residential Segregation in U.S. Metropolitan AreasJohn Iceland, U.S. Census Bureau; Cicely Sharpe, U.S. Census Bureau; Erika Steinmetz, U.S. Census Bureau

  29. Documentary Clues about Clandestine Migration: Steamship Passenger Manifests and the Chinese American Diaspora, 1882-1943Ken Chew, University of California, Irvine; John Liu, University of California, Irvine; Gary Richardson, University of California, Irvine; Mark Leach, University of California, Irvine

  30. Network Migration: Nicaraguans to Costa Rica and the United StatesJuan Carlos Vargas, Universidad de Costa Rica; Leila Rodriguez, Pennsylvania State University

  31. Legalization Hoops: An Examination of the Barriers to Legalization among Mexican MigrantsNolan J. Malone, University of Pennsylvania

  32. Determinants of the Possession of Legal Documents among Mexican Women Who Have Migrated to the U.S.Silje Pettersen, Georgetown University

  33. International Female Migration and the Problem of Trafficking: A Study Based on Nepali Migrants in IndiaArun kUmar Acharya, Universidad Nacional Autonoma De Mexico

  34. Trafficking in Persons: Concepts, Intervention Models and Implications for Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS Program ResearchDale Huntington, World Bank Group; Philip Guest, Population Council

  35. Does It Matter Who You Are? How Characteristics Influence Immigrants’ State and Local Fiscal ImpactsDeborah L. Garvey, Santa Clara University

  36. Migration and Remittances from Central Texas to Mexico: Factors Shaping the Activation of Financial ServicesJennifer J. Tovar, University of Texas at Austin; Felipe Gonzalez Ortiz, Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia; Peter Ward, University of Texas at Austin

  37. Reproductive and Child Health Care Status in Rajasthan: Empirical Evidence from One of the Developing States of IndiaPradeep KUMAR. Bhargava, National Institute of Adult Education (NIAE)

  38. Health Insurance Coverage among Immigrants in Los AngelesJulia C. Prentice, University of California, Los Angeles

  39. Immigration, Gender, and Health Behaviors in the United StatesLorena Lopez-Gonzalez, University of Texas at Austin; Veronica C. Aravena, University of Texas at Austin

  40. Education of Floating Children in ChinaFang Wang, China Youth University for Political Science

  41. Cohabitation among Second Generation Swedes of Turkish and Polish OriginEva Bernhardt, Stockholm University; Calvin Goldscheider, Brown University

  42. Assimilation or Upward Mobility? The Intermarriage Patterns among Asian ImmigrantsChiung-fang Chang, Texas A&M University; Carol S. Walther, Texas A&M University

  43. Refugees/Asylum Seekers and the Problem of Adjustment in South AfricaAsmamaw Agaze, University of North West

  44. Fertility Disrupted: The Effects of Migration and Country of Origin on Immigrant Women's FertilityStephanie Nawyn, University of Southern California

  45. Pre- Migration or Post-Migration Factors: Which Ones Account for Migrants’ Sexual Risk-Taking Behavior?Macoumba Thiam, University of Montreal

  46. Labour Market Performance of the 1990's Immigrants to CanadaTina W.L. Chui, Statistics Canada; Jane Badets, Statistics Canada

  47. Migration and the National Census: Who Is Counted and What Is Left behind (the Case-Study of the Meskhetian Turks’ Participation in the Russian Census 2002)Elisaveta A. Koriouchkina, Brown University

  48. Estimating Immigrant PopulationsBarbara J. Ronningen, Minnesota State Demographic Center

  49. Canada's Changing Ethno-Cultural Portrait: Findings from the 2001 CensusJane Badets, Statistics Canada; Tina W.L. Chui, Statistics Canada

  50. The Older Immigrant Population of the United StatesJeanne Batalova, University of California, Irvine; Judith Treas, University of California, Irvine

  51. Glass Ceiling; Different Labor Market Achievement for Asian Immigrant Men from White MenChanghwan Kim, University of Texas at Austin

  52. Discrimination when No-One DiscriminatesSheila Ards, Benedict College; Samuel L. Myers, Jr., University of Minnesota; Allan Malkis, University of Minnesota

  53. Job Reservation Policy in India: Do Ethnicity and Gender Confound Returns to Education?Maitreyi B. Das, World Bank Group

  54. Attitudes toward Arab Americans in Detroit in 1992Sapna Swaroop, University of Michigan; Colleen Heflin, University of Kentucky

  55. Producing Population Estimates Using Vital Statistics Data with Limited Race DetailAmy S. Smith, U.S. Census Bureau; Nicholas A. Jones, U.S. Census Bureau

  56. An Overview of Health Data on American Indians: What Is Available and How Can It Be Analyzed?Ginger L. Gossman, University of Texas at Austin