CODE Zika Brazil

Papers


Publications  

Navigating Women's Reproductive Health and Childbearing during Infectious Disease Outbreaks: Covid-19 and Zika in Brazil

Marteleto, Letícia J. and Molly Dondero. 2021. “Navigating Women's Reproductive Health and Childbearing during Infectious Disease Outbreaks: Covid-19 and Zika in Brazil.” World Development. 

Available online through Elsevier; PDF here.


The Short-term Impacts of Coronavirus Quarantine in São Paulo: Health-Economy Trade-offs 

Maia, Alexandre Gori, Letícia J. Marteleto, Cristina Guimarães, and Luiz Gustavo Fernandes Sereno. 2021. "The Short-term Impacts of Coronavirus Quarantine in São Paulo: Health-Economy Trade-offs.” PLOS One.

Available online through PLOS ONE; PDF here.


Zika Virus Public Health Crisis and the Perpetuation of Gender Inequality in Brazil

Coutinho, Raquel Z., Aída Villanueva, Abigail Weitzman, and Letícia J. Marteleto. 2021. "Zika Virus Public Health Crisis and the Perpetuation of Gender Inequality in Brazil.” Reproductive Health.

Available online through Journal of Reproductive Health; PDF here.


Live Births and Fertility Amid the Zika Epidemic in Brazil

Marteleto, Letícia J., Gilvan Guedes, Raquel Z. Coutinho, and Abigail Weitzman. 2020. “Live Births and Fertility Amid the Zika Epidemic in Brazil.” Demography v 57(3): 843-872. 

Available online through SpringerLink; PDF here.


Signifying Zika: Heterogeneity in the Representations of the Virus by History of Infection

Guedes, Gilvan Ramalho, Raquel Zanatta Coutinho, Leticia Marteleto, Wesley Henrique Silva Pereira, and Denise Duarte. 2018. “Signifying Zika: Heterogeneity in the Representations of the Virus by History of Infection.” Cadernos De Saude Publica 34(5):e00003217.

Available online through Scielo; PDF here.

Why Social Perception Matters during Disease Outbreaks: Looking at How Individuals Understand the Zika Virus by Self-Reported History of Infection

Guedes, Gilvan, Raquel Z. Coutinho, Letícia J. Marteleto, Wesley Pereira, and Denise Duarte. 2018. "Why Social Perception Matters during Disease Outbreaks: Looking at how Individuals Understand the Zika Virus by Self-reported History of Infection." Cadernos de Saúde Pública 34(9). DOI: 10.1590/0102-311X00139718.

                                       Available online through Scielo; PDF here.


Women's Reproductive Intentions and Behaviors during the Zika Epidemic in Brazil

Marteleto, Letícia J., Abigail Weitzman, Raquel Z. Coutinho, and Sandra Valongueiro. 2017. “Women’s Reproductive Intentions and Behaviors during the Zika Epidemic in Brazil.” Population and Development Review 43(2): 199-227. DOI: 10.1111/padr.12074.

Available online through Wiley Online Library; PDF here.


Working Papers

  • Weather Shocks and Fertility amidst Public Health Outbreaks.” (with Alexandre Gori Maia). Presented at the 2019 PAA Meetings.
  • “Double Exposure to Novel Infectious Diseases: ZIKV, Covid-19 and the Context of Fertility.” (with Molly Dondero and Andrew Koepp*). Accepted for presentation at the 2021 PAA Meetings.
  • “Uncertainty about Childbearing and Contraception amid Successive Infectious Disease Outbreaks” (with Molly Dondero and Alexandre Gori Maia). Accepted for presentation at the 2021 PAA Meetings.
  • “Maternal Exposure to the Zika Epidemic: Impacts on Birth Weight and Preterm Birth in Brazil” (with Molly Dondero, Gilvan Guedes and Laís Picinini Freitas). Accepted for presentation at the 2021 PAA Meetings.
  • “Zika Risk Index.” (with Laís Picinini Freitas, Rachel Lowe, Molly Dondero, Andrew Koepp, Sandra Valongueiro Alves).
  • “Black, Poor and Mother: Vulnerability and Inequality during Successive Public Health Crises” (with Molly Dondero and Luiz Gustavo Sereno).