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Marbach, Jan H. Ergebnisse der drei Wellen des Familiensurvey. Napp-Peters, Anneke , Familien nach der Scheidung. In: Vascovics, Laszlo A. Nave-Herz, Rosemarie , Ehe- und Familiensoziologie. Portrie, Torey; Hill, Nicole R. A Critical Review of the Current Research. In: Demographic Research 8: — Familienbeziehungen und Familienstruktur in Stiefvaterfamilien.
Dokumentation der ersten Welle der Hauptbefragung in Deutschland. Schneider, Norbert , Pluralisierung der Lebensformen. Lietuvos gyventoju politikos metmenys: Kartu ir lyciu tyrimo pamokos [Outlines of population policy in Lithuania: Lessons from generation and gender survey] [ BibTeX ]. Familial support arrangements and late life social integration: a comparative perspective [ Abstract ] [ BibTeX ].
They base their theoretical ideas on differences in family attitudes and on varying percentages of older adults either living independently or co-residing with adult children. In this paper we address the empirical basis of differentiations between European regions as far as the familial position of older adults is concerned and the outcomes of family embedment for loneliness among older adults. Main variables investigated are: filial attitudes, differences in the realization of co-residence or living alone, the frequency of contacts with children, and the quality of relationships with the children.
Moreover, a typology of country level differences in familial support arrangements, based on the outcomes of Latent Class Analyses, are taken into account. Outcomes of multivariate analyses show that the countries of Central and Eastern Europe differ significantly from the countries in Western Europe in types of living arrangements, familial attitudes, but also in country level familial support arrangements. Variations between countries and within countries have to be taken into account in explaining the outcomes of family support for social embedment and loneliness of older adults.
Abstract : This paper examines contraceptive method use at different stages of the reproductive life course. Previous research on contraceptive practice in developed countries typically applies age as a proxy for reproductive history. While age is an essential and useful life course measure for understanding contraceptive use, investigations of contraceptive practice should also consider parity and fertility intentions, as they may be more accurate measures of reproductive life course stage. Logistic regression models are used to investigate the use of four popular contraceptive methods by parity, age and fertility intentions controlling for socio-demographic factors.
The main findings indicate that the use of these methods varies substantially by the stage of a woman's reproductive life course: age, parity and fertility intentions are all associated with method use. Lavoro e famiglia: il contesto e le intenzioni delle donne [ BibTeX ]. Aldring Ageing [ BibTeX ].
Moderne besteforeldre — velferdsstatens heimevern? Adults' intergenerational relationships [ BibTeX ].
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Alder og livskvalitet: Eldre er tilfreds med livet — eller er det bare noe de tror? Alder og livskvalitet: Falsk eller ekte tilfredshet? Barn eller ikke barn. Har det betydning for livskvalitet i andre halvdel av livet? Continuities in homeownership and residential relocations [ BibTeX ]. Challenges in moving from macro to micro: Population and family structures in ageing societies [ Abstract ] [ BibTeX ]. Abstract : Assumptions are often made about how population ageing on the macro level has altered generational structures of families at the micro level.
The purpose of this paper is to increase the awareness of challenges and potential pitfalls in bridging the two levels. To highlight these issues, two common claims found in the literature are questioned and discussed: that increased life expectancy leads to more multigenerational family structures and that reduced fertility means fewer children to care for frail parents. To illustrate, we use population statistics and survey data from selected countries.
Forholdet mellom skilte foreldre og voksne barn: God relasjon? It depends on who you ask] [ BibTeX ]. Intergenerational family responsibilities in Europe [ BibTeX ]. Ansvar for gamle foreldre — fra holdninger til handlinger [Responsibility for elderly parents — from attitudes to behaviour] [ BibTeX ]. Hoem, J. The structure of recent first-union formation in Romania [ BibTeX ]. Sample size and statistical significance of hazard regression parameters.
Family life and ethnic attitudes: The role of the family for attitudes towards intermarriage and acculturation among minority and majority groups [ BibTeX ]. The division of household labour in Romanian families: between gender ideologies, relative resources and time availability [ BibTeX ]. Abstract : Due to continuous high marital dissolution rates, re-partnering becomes increasingly a regular life course experience. However, only few empirical studies have addressed the topic of re-partnering after divorce.
This analysis uses data from the Generations and Gender Survey GGS conducted in to study patterns of post-divorce union formation in Germany. Particular attention is given to potential gender differences. Surprisingly, the empirical investigation shows no major gender differences in re-partnering rates. High education increases re-partnering rates for both sexes. There is, however, a gender difference how age at divorce determines re-partnering behavior. While women who are older at divorce experience a rather low rate of re-partnering, we do not find such a clear pattern for their male counterparts.
Key words: post-divorce re-partnering, re-partnering, separation, divorce, event history. Living arrangements, family bonds and the regional context affecting social integration of older adults in Europe [ BibTeX ]. Gender and living arrangements: the increase in small unit living and the consequences for familial support [ BibTeX ]. Quality of life: social integration or loneliness? Social bonds within the family and loneliness. A six-item scale for overall, emotional and social loneliness: confirmatory tests on survey data.
Sampling, reliability of the raw data. Estonian family and fertility survey, 2nd round. Standard tabulations [ BibTeX ]. Remaining childless: Causes and consequences from a life course perspective [ BibTeX ].
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A typology of work-family arrangements among dual-earner couples in Norway [ BibTeX ]. Husmor i likestillingsland: Hvem er hjemmearbeidende i dag? Untraditional couples in a neo-traditional setting. Which women perform as much paid work as their partner? Untraditional couples in a neo-traditional setting: Which women perform as much paid work as their partner? International conference on increasing female labour participation. Conference Proceedings. Yrkesarbeid blant par. Utradisjonell likestilling? A comparison between native and immigrant population in Estonia regarding the effect of education on second births [ BibTeX ].
Abstract : This article examines the influence of educational attainment and enrolment on second births in Estonia, comparing the patterns before and after the onset of the societal transformation of the s. While many Northern and Western European countries have shown a positive relationship between female education and second births, this pattern has not been found in Central and East European countries.
Against that background, Estonia offers an interesting case with noticeably high second birth intensities for highly educated women. In the state socialist period, after controlling for the influence of other characteristics, including the partner's education, women with tertiary education were found to have higher second birth intensity than women from any lower educational strata. In the postsocialist period, the difference has grown smaller, but women with tertiary education still display a significantly higher transition rate to second birth than their counterparts with secondary education.
Following the presentation of empirical findings, the article discusses the mechanisms that could underlie the observed relationship between education and fertility decisions in the changing societal context. Commuter partnerships. Balancing home, family and distant work [ BibTeX ]. Social report - Fertility decline, changes in partnership formation and their linkages [ BibTeX ].
Physical and psychological health of first and second generation Turkish immigrants in Germany [ BibTeX ]. Proportionate or concentrated Burdens? Health of widowed, divorced and never married in Hungary [ BibTeX ]. One major result from this validation is that the fertility of the older GGS-cohorts is too low, while it is too high for the younger cohorts. For partnership histories, we find a similar bias. In sum, the GGS gives wrong cohort fertility and marriage trends for Germany. We speculate on various sources for this bias in the data.
However, we were unable to find a remedy to cure it. Fertility data for German-speaking countries. What is the potential? Where are the pitfalls? Abstract : This paper gives an overview of fertility data for Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Particular attention is given to the availability of order-specific fertility data. We discuss the quality of data provided by the Statistical Offices, both birth registration data and censuses or microcensuses.
In addition, we explore how social science surveys can be used to generate order-specific fertility indicators, and compare fertility estimates across surveys with estimates from vital statistics. Our assessment of various types of surveys from the three different countries does mostly support this notion. The confounding role of migration in the production of reliable and comparable fertility statistics is also discussed.
The emergence of cohabitation as a first union and its later stability: the case of Hungarian women [ BibTeX ]. Guidelines for survey fieldwork and panel maintenance [ BibTeX ]. Generations and Gender Programme: survey instruments Vol. Generations and Gender Programme: Concepts and Guidelines, pp. A Note on the definitions and documentation of final disposition codes [ BibTeX ]. Cross-nationally equivalent data accuracy? Item nonresponse analysis of the generations and gender surveys and implications for international comparative research [ BibTeX ]. Life-course, generation and gender.
The role of the family and economic outcomes [ BibTeX ]. Mapping the global Muslim Population. Abstract : The report offers the most up-to-date and fully sourced estimates of the size and distribution of the worldwide Muslim population, including sectarian identity. Previously published estimates of the size of the global Muslim population have ranged widely, from 1 billion to 1. But these commonly quoted estimates often have appeared without citations to specific sources or explanations of how the figures were generated.
Taking health into account in the analysis of intergenerational relations: a comparison of France and Germany [ BibTeX ]. The first cohabiting union and the timing of first births. Abstract : Childlessness, especially voluntary childlessness, is low in France. After describing the background of childlessness, we analyze the characteristics of people who support this point of view, which is a minority position, regarding to social norms. Do they belong to specific socio economic status? Do they have other specific attitudes or behaviours? Do they personally have children or not?
We will pay special attention to gender differences, comparing opinions and behaviours of men and women regarding to voluntary childlessness. Fertility problems: a widespread concern among women [ BibTeX ]. Leaving mum alone? The effect of divorce on leaving home decisions [ BibTeX ]. Caring for your loved ones? An attachment perspective on solidarity between generations [ BibTeX ]. La Roumanie contemporaine [ BibTeX ]. Raport valul I [ BibTeX ]. Cohabitation, an alternative for marriage in contemporary Romania [ BibTeX ].
Cohabitation, an alternative for marriage in contemporary Romania: a life-table description [ BibTeX ]. Children and parents experience in Romania: a life-table description [ BibTeX ]. Educational attainment and second birth in Romania [ BibTeX ]. Abstract : This study investigates the effect of educational attainment and educational enrolment on the risks of second birth in Romania, using data from the Generations and Gender Survey of Looking at the period, we found a persistently negative effect of education on second birth, i. Being in education significantly reduces the risk of second birth compared to women with no educational qualification.
The risk is not lower, however, when we compare women who are still enrolled in education with individuals who have a high level of education. The strong negative effect of age at first birth observed when we do not control for personality weakens once we control for unobserved heterogeneity.
We also show the extent to which changes in the socio-political regime, in family policies, and in the educational system affect the impact of education on second births. Family dynamics in pre- and post-transition Romania: a life-table description [ Abstract ] [ BibTeX ]. Abstract : This study presents a life-table description of a wide range of events concerning family formation and fertility in Romania, by contrasting two different periods in Romanian history: a period of authoritarian regime and centrally planned economy and a period of democratic political regime and market-oriented economy A large number of single- and multi-decrement life tables deals with leaving home, separating from the parental family, forming first union, direct marriage, cohabitation, childbearing in the context of cohabitation or marriage, separation and divorce, and parenting first birth and second birth.
Perspectives of men and women, as well those of couples and children, are considered. The main data source we used here is Generations and Gender Survey carried out in Romania in Our life-table analysis confirms the early stage of the Second Demographic Transition in Romania. However, in European context it still remains a society highly valuing marriage and childbearing, despite the evidence in family behaviour changes which have accompanied political and socioeconomical transformations after the fall of communist regime. Abstract : In Western countries, rates of second and third births typically increase with educational attainment, a feature that usually disappears if unobserved heterogeneity is brought into the event-history analysis.
By contrast, in a country like Romania, second and third birth rates have been found to decline when moving across groups with increasing education, and the decline becomes greater if unobserved heterogeneity is added to the analysis. The present paper demonstrates this pattern, and shows that, because this feature is retained in the presence of control variables, such as age at first birth and period effects, the selectivity is not produced by a failure to account for the control variables.
Abstract : This paper contributes to the analysis of fertility differentials between migrants and the native-born by examining the transition to first child using event history analysis. We looked for a tool that could link anthropological investigation with the representativeness of a statistical study. The meeting point is anthropological demography that permits the merging of different methods and approaches. We use event history as quantitative translation of the life course approach.
The data examined are the first-wave Italian Families and Social Subjects Survey conducted in and the first-wave Russian Gender and Generations Survey conducted in The datasets are examined separately and the results are contrasted. An immigrant is or this study defined as a person born outside of the country at interest.
The objective of the study is twofold: First we seek to determine whether differences exist in the decision and timing of childbearing between native and foreign-born women in Italy and in Russia. Second we aim to compare the experiences of immigrants in the two countries, to determine whether there may be any commonalities inherent to the immigrant populations, despite moving into widely different contexts. This leads us to the following two conclusions: First, the similarities in the risk profiles of our immigrants into vastly different country contexts is more suggestive of immigrants being a distinct group rather than assimilating or conforming to the native fertility patterns.
Second, our results do not seem to confirm the presence of either disruption or family formation being key events associated with migration.
Women's economic independence and union dissolution in Russia [ BibTeX ]. Migration and union dissolution in Russia [ BibTeX ]. Migration and union dissolution in a changing socio-economic context: the case of Russia [ BibTeX ]. The Behaviour and status of older persons [ BibTeX ]. Economic context and fertility outcomes: exploring educational differentials in postponement and recuperation of first births in Belgium, France and the Netherlands [ BibTeX ].
Gender and generations dimensions in welfare-state policies [ BibTeX ]. Abstract : Does gender equality matter for fertility? Demographic findings to this question are rather inconclusive. We argue that gender equality is a complex issue that needs to be conceptualized in a way which includes gender equity and allows for gender differences but uncovers gender inequalities. We apply logistic regressions to data of the Generations and Gender Survey. Our study also confirms that parenthood still constitutes a dividing line between more and less gender equality, and that this affects childbearing intentions of childless women and childless men differently than that of mothers and fathers.
This necessitates an approach which allows identifying the essential gender inequalities in employment, in society, and in the family which matter for childbearing decisions. Frontline Learning Research, 4, 28 — Toward a script theory of guidance in computer-supported collaborative learning. Educational Psychologist, 48 1 , Fontaine, J.
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