CPoS special issue “Family Research and Demographic Analysis – New Insights from the German Family Demography Panel Study (FReDA)” published.
The Special Issue contains some of the first analyses with FReDA data. It has been guest edited by Martin Bujard (Bundesinstitut für Bevölkerungsforschung), Karsten Hank (University of Cologne) and Reinhard Pollak (GESIS). All articles are peer-reviewed and open access.
FReDA is crucial for future demographic and family research, not only in Germany. The set of five articles illustrates the research potential of the rich data source concerning, for example, family-related attitudes and actual behaviours, sexual orientations, dyadic analyses, cross-national comparisons and methodological developments. This is just to name a few topics covered: One advantage of FReDA is its large sample size, which allows researchers to assess heterogeneities in the population in great detail. The guest editors suppose that these five SI studies are only the beginning of what they hope will become a new wave of family research and demographic analysis.
CPoS Special Issue of Vol. 48 (2023)
Guest edited by Martin Bujard, Karsten Hank, Reinhard Pollak
Family Research and Demographic Analysis – New Insights from the German Family Demography Panel Study (FReDA)
with contributions by:
Ludovica Gambaro, C. Katharina Spiess, Katharina Wrohlich, Elena Ziege - Should Mama or Papa Work? Variations in Attitudes towards Parental Employment by Country of Origin and Child Age
Theresa Nutz, Lisa Schmid, Reinhard Pollak - The Division of Routine and Non-Routine Housework Among Migrant and Native Couples in Germany
Karsten Hank, Franz J. Neyer, Carolin Thönnissen - Disparities in Subjective Well-being by Sexual Orientation: Comparing Cohorts from pairfam’s (2008-09) and FReDA’s (2021) Baseline Waves
Sandra Krapf, Isabella Buber-Ennser, Martin Bujard - Education and Intended Number of Children in Germany, Moldova and Norway: An International Comparison Using FReDA and GGS-II-data
Tobias Gummer, Pablo Christmann, Tanja Kunz - Gaining Consent to Survey Respondents’ Partners: The Importance of Anchors’ Survey Experience in Self-administered Modes
Find all articles here: https://www.comparativepopulationstudies.de/index.php/CPoS/S_ISSUE