Session Descriptions

University of Laval, Ste. Foy, Quebec City, QC
May 27-28, 2001

Sunday, May 27: 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Round Table: North American Population History

Joint Panel Session of the Canadian Historical Association (CHA) and the Canadian Population Society (CPS)
Chairs: Michael R. Haines and Richard H. Steckel
Commentators: Chad Gaffield, Danielle Gauvreau, & Roderic Beaujot
Bertrand Desjardins& Marvin McInnis TBA
Sunday, May 27: 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., Location: Room 1E (Charles-De Koninck - DNK)
Mortality and Morbidity in the New Millennium: A New Epidemiological Transition

Organizer & Chair: Ellen Gee
Kwame Boadu The Stage of Epidemiologic Transition in Ghana
Batbayar Chuluunzagd Epidemiological Transition in Mongolia
Stephen Obeng Gyimah Maternal Education and Child Morbidity in Ghana
Walter R. Omariba Child Morbidity in Kenya: Does Women's Status Matter?
Sunday, May 27: 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Location: Room 1D (Charles-De Koninck - DNK)
Interactive Poster Session: Current Demographic Issues and Research

Organizer and Chair: Edward Ng
Tom Wonnacott ZPG or NPG: How much growth is good for us?
Mary Jane Norris, Dan Beavon, Eric Guimond & Martin Cooke The Migration and Residential Mobility of Canada's Aboriginal Groups: An Analysis of Census Data
Vik Singh Estimating a Third-Order Translog Demand System Using Canadian Micro-Data
Eric Guimond, Mary Jane Norris & Dan Beavon Emerging Aboriginal Identities Moving into the New Millennium: The Canadian, American, Australian, and New Zealand Experiences
Daniel Beavon & Martin Cooke Measuring the Well-Being of Aboriginal Peoples Internationally
Sunday, May 27: - 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Lunch
 
Sunday, May 27: - 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., Location: Room 1E (Charles-De Koninck - DNK)
Current Issues in Sociocultural Demography

Organizer & Organizer and Chair: Fernando Mata
Anthony H. Richmond Demographic and Socio-Cultural Implications of Globalization
Christine Lessard Ethnic Exogamy and Endogamy in Canada: The Case of Toronto, Montréal and Vancouver
Barbara Mitchell Ethnocultural Reproduction and Attitudes Toward Cohabiting Relationships
Fernando Mata Life Satisfaction in Canada: How Happy Are Our Immigrants and Ethnic Groups?
Sunday, May 27: 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., Location: Room 1E (Charles-De Koninck - DNK)
Family Transitions Over the Life Course

Joint Panel Session organized by the Canadian Population Society (CPS) and the Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association (CSAA)
Organizer and Chair: Barbara Mitchell
Heather Dryburgh & Feng Hou The Impact of Family Environment on the Children of Teen Mothers
Marc Molgat Leaving Home in Quebec: Theoretical and Social Implications
Ellen M. Gee, Barbara A. Mitchell & Andrew V. Wister Home-Leaving and Home Returning in Canada: Cultural Dimensions
Doug Norris, Ottawa & Monica Boyd To Grandmother's House We Go: Grandparent and Grandchildren Co-residency Patterns
Monday, May 28 - 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., Location: Room 1E (Charles-De Koninck - DNK)
A Plague on Our Houses: the 2001 Census, Opportunities and Challenges

Joint Panel Session organized by the Canadian Population Society (CPS) and the Canadian Association for Research in Home Economics (CARHE)
Organizers: Karen Duncan & Frank Trovato
Chair: Karen Duncan
Doug Norris, Janet Fast, John DeVries, Zeneida Ravanera TBA
Monday, May 28: - 10:30 - 11:00
CARHE/CPS Joint Brunch
Monday, May 28 - 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Location: Room 1D (Charles-De Koninck - DNK)
Issues and Developments in Population Estimation Methods and Projections

Organizer and Chair: Don Kerr
Discussant: M. V. George
Nan Li and Zheng Wu The Long Term Effects of Immigrant Fertility on the Age Structure of the Population
Denis Gonthier and Margaret Michalowski Canadians Residing Temporarily in Developing Countries at the end of the 1990s: An Insight
Ravi Verma Interprovincial Migration Projections in Canada, 2000-2026
Shirley Loh & M.V. George Projected Population Size and Age Structure of Canada's Population With and Without Immigrants
Monday, May 28: - 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Lunch
Monday, May 28 - 1:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., Location: Room 1E (Charles-De Koninck - DNK)
Urbanization, Internal Migration, and Sustainable Development

Organizer and Chair: Eddie Ebanks
Juhee Suwal Regional Migration in Nepal: Crossing Beyond the Push and Pull Factors
Marie-France Germain, & Claude Grenier Migration Between the United States and Canada
Jenna Hennebry Globalization and Temporary Migrant Workers in Canada
Bali Ram & Ed Shin Does it Pay to Migrate? The Canadian Experience
Alison Yacyshyn A Demographic Analysis of Food Consumption Patterns in Canada's Aging Society
Monday, May 28 - 3:00 - 5:00 p.m., Location: Room 1E (Charles-De Koninck - DNK)
CPS Annual Assembly
Monday, May 28 - 7:00 pm, Location: Restaurant Moss, 255 rue St-Paul, Quebec City
CPS Annual Banquet

Guest of Honour: Professor Jacques Henripin
Tuesday, May 29 - 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., Location: Room 1E (Charles-De Koninck - DNK)
Symposium: Teaching the Fundamentals of Demography: A Models-Based Approach

Organizer and Chair: Frank Trovato
Commentators: Tom Wonnacott, Anatole Romaniuc& Jacquest Ledent
T. K Burch, University of Western Ontario Teaching the Fundamentals of Demography: A Models Based Approach - Overview
Tuesday, May 29 - 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Location: Room 1E (Charles-De Koninck - DNK)
Social Demographic Change, Family and Children

Organizer and Chair: Catherine Krull
David R. Hall The Sociology of Risk and Social Demographic Change
Bali Ram Gender Differences in Emotional-Behavioural Outcomes of Children
Celine Le Bourdais, Heather Juby & Nicole Marcil-Gratton Contact with Children After parental Separation: The Father's Perspective
Johanne Sanschagrin The Demography and Family Structures of two Neighobourhoods in Gentrification, Quebec City, 1971-1996
Tuesday, May 29: - 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Lunch
Tuesday, May 29 - 1:30 - 3:00 p.m., Location: Room 1E (Charles-De Koninck - DNK)
Aboriginal Demography: New Developments and Contemporary Issues

Organizer & Chair: Mary Jane Norris
Session Chair: Gustave Goldmann
Norbert Robitaille & Eric Guimond Impact of Exogamy and Fertility on the growth of Aboriginal groups in Canada
Karen Mac Con and Eric Guimond The Impact of Family Composition and Socio-Economic Status on Aboriginal Youth School Attendance
Andy Signer, Annette Vermaeten, Chris Durham, Jeremy Hull, Eric Guimond, & Mary Jane Norris New Developments in Aboriginal Definitions and Measures
Tuesday, May 29: 3:30 p.m.- 5:00 p.m., Location: Room 1E (Charles-De Koninck - DNK)
Demographic Aspects of Social Cohesion
Organizer and Chair: Frank Trovato
Zenaida R. Ravanera Contextual Analysis of Youth Integration into Canadian Society
Fernando Rajulton Indicators of Family Change and Social Cohesion
Thomas Derrick Global Rationalization, the Family and Social Cohesion
K. V. Rao Demographic Divide in Cyberspace in The United States