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March 17, 2017

CSSRR Sociology–March 17, 2017

Filed under: S. Other Reports, Articles,Sociology — admin @ 4:23 pm

Demographic Research Article: “”Let’s talk about love”: An analysis of the religious and economic factors determining the choice of marital property regime in Italy,” by Gabriele Ruiu and Marco Breschi (Vol. 36, Article 29, March 2017, .pdf format, p. 851-862).

www.demographic-research.org…

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Population Reference Bureau Article: “Studies Document Mass Incarceration’s Toll on Families,” by Paola Scommegna (March 2017).

www.prb.org…

CSSRR Sociology–March 17, 2017

Filed under: S. Working Papers,Sociology — admin @ 4:23 pm

Vienna Institute of Demography Working Papers:

A. “Fertility Desires, Intentions and Behaviour: A Comparative Analysis of Their Consistency,” by Rita Freitas and Maria Rita Testa (VID Working Paper 4/2017, 2017, .pdf format, 29p.).

Abstract:

Realisation of childbearing intentions implies couple’s dyadic interaction and proceptive behaviour. Studies on childbearing intentions and outcomes have rarely considered non-use of contraception or ‘proceptive behaviour’ in general as an important mediator of fertility outcomes. The traits-­–desires-­–intentions-­–behaviour theory (Miller and Pasta, 1996; Miller et al., 2004; Miller, 2010) expects proceptive behaviour to be the most accurate predictor of a birth and intentions to be more predictive than desires. We test this theory using longitudinal data from the Generations and Gender Surveys from Austria, France and Bulgaria (2004–2013) and performing logistic regression models on birth outcomes which includes as key explanatory variables different pairwise combinations of desires, intentions and contraceptive (or proceptive) behaviour. The findings show that an individual’s intention to have a child predicts the birth of a child better than non-use of contraception, or proceptive behaviour; however, proceptive behaviour is a better predictor of a birth than non-­–use of contraception. Finally, perception of the partner’s agreement on having a child now is less predictive than an individual’s intention to have a child within three years. This paper calls for the collection of genuine couple-level data on fertility intentions and behaviour and more refined measures on both contraceptive and proceptive behaviour.

www.oeaw.ac.at/fileadmin/subsites/Institute/VID/PDF/Publications/Working_Papers/WP2017_04.pdf…

B. “Cohort fertility decline in low fertility countries: decomposition using parity progression ratios,” by Krystof Zeman, Eva Beaujouan, Zuzanna Brzozowska and Tomas Sobotka (VID Working Paper 3/2017, 2017, .pdf format, 39p.).

www.oeaw.ac.at/fileadmin/subsites/Institute/VID/PDF/Publications/Working_Papers/WP2017_03_HFDRR.pdf…

CSSRR Sociology–March 17, 2017

Filed under: S. NGO and Other Countries,Sociology — admin @ 4:22 pm

South Africa:

Statistics South Africa Report: “Survey of Activities of Young People 2015,” (P0212, March 2017, .pdf format, 76p.).

www.statssa.gov…

CSSRR Sociology–March 17, 2017

Filed under: S. Tables of Contents,Sociology — admin @ 4:21 pm

Table of Contents: Check your library for print/electronic availability.

Cities (Vol. 64, April 2017).

www.sciencedirect.com…

Gender and Society (Vol. 32, No. 2, April 2017).

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Journal of Marriage and Family (Vol. 79, No. 2, April 2017).

onlinelibrary.wiley.com…

CSSRR Health–March 17, 2017

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Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: The latest issue of MMWR, Vol. 66, No. 10, March 17, 2017 (HTML and .pdf formats available from the US Centers for Disease Control site). Note: To access this issue in the future, simply click on “Weekly Report” and then “Past Volumes” on the left side of the page.

www.cdc.gov…

CSSRR Health–March 17, 2017

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Commonwealth Fund Report: “Aiming Higher: Results from the Commonwealth Fund Scorecard on State Health System Performance 2017 Edition,” by David Radley, Douglas McCarthy, and Susan L. Hayes (March 2017, .pdf format, 48p.).

www.com…

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Kaiser Family Foundation Issue Brief: “Medicaid Restructuring Under the American Health Care Act and Nonelderly Adults with Disabilities,” by MaryBeth Musumeci and Julia Foutz (March 2017, .pdf and HTML format, 12p.).

kff.org…

CSSRR Economics/Health/Sociology–March 17, 2017

National Longitudinal Survey Bibliography Updates:

www.nl…

Addo, Fenaba. “Financial Integration and Relationship Transitions of Young Adult Cohabiters.” Journal of Family and Economic Issues 38,1 (March 2017): 84-99.

Antwi, Yaa Akosa and Johanna Catherine Maclean. “State Health Insurance Mandates and Labor Market Outcomes: New Evidence on Old Questions.” NBER Working Paper No. 23203, National Bureau of Economic Research, February 2017.

Baum, Charles L., II. “The Effects of College on Weight: Examining the “Freshman 15″ Myth and Other Effects of College Over the Life Cycle.” Demography 54,1 (February 2017): 311-336.

Bernardi, Fabrizio and Diederik Boertien. “Non-intact Families and Diverging Educational Destinies: A Decomposition Analysis for Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States.” Social Science Research 63 (March 2017): 181-191.

Brown, Christian. “Maternal Incarceration and Children’s Education and Labor Market Outcomes.” Labour: Review of Labour Economics and Industrial Relations 31,1 (March 2017): 43-58.

Cheng, Yen-Hsin Alice. “Longer Exposure to Obesity, Slimmer Chance of College? Body Weight Trajectories, Non-Cognitive Skills, and College Completion.” Youth and Society 49,2 (March 2017): 203-227.

Cooper, Daniel H. and Maria Jose Luengo-Prado. “Household Formation over Time: Evidence from Two Cohorts of Young Adults.” Working Paper No. 16-17, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, February 2017.

DeBacker, Jason M. and P. Wesley Routon. “Expectations, Education, and Opportunity.” Journal of Economic Psychology 59 (April 2017): 29-44.

Dirlam, Jonathan and Hui Zheng. “Job Satisfaction Developmental Trajectories and Health: A Life Course Perspective.” Social Science and Medicine 178 (April 2017): 95-103.

Ganzach, Yoav and Moty Amar. “Intelligence and the Repayment of High- and Low-consequences Debt.” Personality and Individual Differences 110 (1 May 2017): 102-108.

Goldberg, Rachel E., Marta Tienda and Alicia Adsera. “Age at Migration, Family Instability, and Timing of Sexual Onset.” Social Science Research 63 (March 2017): 292-307.

Kerr, William C., Camillia K. Lui, Edwina Williams, Yu Ye, Thomas K. Greenfield and E. Anne Lown. “Health Risk Factors Associated with Lifetime Abstinence from Alcohol in the 1979 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Cohort.” Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 41,2 (February 2017): 388-398.

Sassler, Sharon, Jennifer L. Glass, Yael Levitte and Katherine Michelmore. “The Missing Women in STEM? Assessing Gender Differentials in the Factors Associated with Transition to First Jobs.” Social Science Research 63 (March 2017): 192-208.

Sznitman, Sharon R., LIza Reisel and Atika Khurana. “Socioeconomic Background and High School Completion: Mediation by Health and Moderation by National Context.” Journal of Adolescence 56 (April 2017): 118-126.

Vogel, Matt, Lauren C. Porter and Timothy McCuddy. “Hypermobility, Destination Effects, and Delinquency: Specifying the Link between Residential Mobility and Offending.” Social Forces 95,3 (March 2017): 1261-1284.

CSSRR Economics–March 17, 2017

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Joseph Rowntree Foundation [UK] Report: “Households below a Minimum Income Standard: 2008/09 to 2014/15,” by Matt Padley, Donald Hirsch and Laura Valadez (February 2017, .pdf format, 37p.).

www.jrf.org…

CSSRR Economics–March 17, 2017

Filed under: E. Working Papers,Economics — admin @ 4:13 pm

European Central Bank:

www.ecb.eu…

NEW: No. 2039 “Macroeconomic effects of secondary market trading,” by Daniel Neuhann.

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Levy Economics Institute (Bard College) Working Paper: “How Germany’s Anti-Keynesianism Has Brought Europe to Its Knees,” by Jorge Bibow (Working Paper No. 886, March 2017, .pdf format, 42p.). Note: Links to the abstract and the full text of the paper available at:

www.levyinstitute.org…

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Luxembourg Income Study Working Papers: Note: Search on “Year” equal to “2017” and select “Series” (either ‘LWS working paper series’ or ‘LIS working paper series’).

www.lisdatacenter.org…

NEW: LIS working paper No. 692 “American Exceptionalism in Market Income Inequality: An Analysis Based on Microdata from the Luxembourg Income Study (LIS) Database,” by Janet Gornick, Branko Milanovic, Nathaniel Johnson.

LIS working paper No. 691 “Different Faces of Inequality across Asia: Decomposition of Income Gaps across Demographic Groups,” by Vladimir Hlasny.

LIS working paper No. 690 “The Inequality We Want: How Much Is Too Much?” by Alice Krozer.

LIS working paper No. 689 “Are Recent Generations Catching Up or Falling Behind? Trends in Inter-Generational Inequality,” by Michael Freedman.

LIS working paper No. 688 “The Specificity of Human Capital Investment under Agent Heterogeneity and Market Frictions: Theory and Empirics,” by Tomas Jagelka.

LIS working paper No. 687 “Single-Parent Families and In-Work Poverty,” by Rense Nieuwenhuis and Laurie C. Maldonado.

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