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    30 April - 2 May 2015 - Various CPC members presented their research at this annual meeting which was held in San Diego, CA.

    PAA is a non-profit, scientific, professional organization promoting research on population issues. The Association has nearly 3,000 members, including demographers, sociologists, economists and public health professionals. The Annual PAA Meeting attracts over 2,000 people per year.

    CPC members presented the following posters and papers:

    - Gabriela Mejia-Pailles, Vicky Hosegood and Ann Berrington, 'Exploring Factors Associated with Completeness of Parental Survival Data in a Longitudinal Surveillance System in Rural South Africa' in Poster Session 2: Data and Methods/Applied Demography/ Spatial Demography/ Demography of Crime. Read the abstract.

    - Juliet Stone and Ann Berrington, 'Financial Stress, Economic Uncertainty and Transitions to First and Second Birth' in Poster Session 3: Fertility Intentions and Behaviors. Read the abstract.

    - Jennifer Holland (with co-author Helga De Valk), 'How Does Cohabitation Fit into the Family Life Course? Norms and Ideals in Europe' in Session 48. Families and Households in Comparative and Historical Perspective. Read the abstract.

    - Juliet Stone and Ann Berrington (with CPC associate Eva Beaujouan), 'What Are the Consequences of Fertility Postponement for Women's Completed Family Size?'in Session 91. Variability in Reproduction. Read the abstract.

    - Maria Evandrou, Jane Falkingham, Madelin Gomez-Leon and Athina Vlachantoni, 'Dynamics of Social Care and Paid Work in Mid-Life' in Session 103. Connecting Exposures and Outcomes Across the Life Course. Read the abstract.

    - Gabriela Mejia-Pailles, Vicky Hosegood and Ann Berrington, 'Estimating Orphaning Prevalence and Incidence before and after Antiretroviral Treatment (ART) Roll-Out in Rural South Africa, 2000-2013' in Session 115. HIV and STIs: Context Matters. Read the abstract.

    - Brienna Perelli-Harris, Paulina Galezewska, Nora Sanchez Gassen, Ann Berrington and Jennifer Holland, 'The Link between the Divorce Revolution and the Cohabitation Boom' in Session 129. Cohabitation and Marriage. Read the abstract.

    - Agnese Vitali, 'Who Brings Home the Bacon? The Influence of Context' in Session 235. Consequences of Domestic Gender Equality. Read the abstract.

    CPC researcher Marta Styrc has co-authored the poster, 'The Impact of Family Size on Educational Attainment in Cross-Country Comparative Perspective' which will be presented by Guilherme Chihaya in Poster Session 1: Marriage, Unions, Families, and Households. Read the abstract.

    CPC researchers Jeroen Spijker and John MacInnes also contributed a poster with colleagues Timothy Riffe and Pil H Chung, 'Time-to-Death Patterns in Markers of Age and Dependency' which was presented in Poster Session 4: Children and Youth/Population and Aging. Read the abstract.

    To find out more information about the conference, please see the Population Association of America 2015 Annual Meeting website.

    Posted 16/04/2015 14:32