Family research agrees that the differences in family forms and fertility rates in Europe also have to do with culturally different conceptions, but little is known about what the cultural conceptions of the family in Germany actually look like.
An international conference on the causes, experiences and consequences of ART will take place on 11-12 September 2019. Abstracts can be submitted by Februar 28, 2019. more: Making Families through Assisted Reproductive Technologies …
In spatial terms, young men and women in Germany live very unequally distributed. more: Lonely under the Christmas Tree...? …
Gainfully employed people in Germany decide increasingly in favour of commuting to work, even though they have to travel long distances. more: 11 Million Commuters Take Longer than 30 Minutes to Get to Work …
These surveys are open to all scientists for in-depth analyses.
Transitions and Old Age Potential (TOP)
Familienleitbilder (FLB) – Concepts of Family in Germany
Job Mobilities and Family Lives in Europe
Generations and Gender Survey (GGS)
Employment after Retirement Survey
Population Policy Acceptance Study (PPAS)
Life Expectancy Survey (LES)
Family and Fertility Survey (FFS)
Demographics of Korea and Germany
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