Demographic Research, Open-Access Journal of Population Sciences has published in July the last paper of Laurent Lesnard, writing with Suzanne Bianchi (Univ. of California), Tiziana Nazio (Univ. of Turin) and Sara Raley (Mc Daniel College). Gender and time allocation of cohabiting and married women and men in France, Italy, and the United States,...
  Social origins and gender in education: a trend analysis across 29 European countries LIEPP and OSC Joint Seminar Friday, October 10, 201412h - 14h (Lunch Seminar) Georges Lavau meeting room (98, rue de l'Université, 75007 Paris) Registration required: please contact marie.ferrazzini(at)sciencespo.fr (01.45.49.54.50) Carlo Barone is...
Notes & Documents de l'OSC2015-05 THE DIVISION OF DOMESTIC WORK IN SPAIN: IS UNDOING GENDER POSSIBLE? Patricia Amigot-Loache, Carmen Botia-Morillas, Marta Dominguez-Folgueras, Teresa Jurado-Guerrero - 21 pages - This article studies thirty-three dual-income Spanish childless heterosexual couples who were undoing gender in routine domestic work...
Maison de la Recherche, Paris Sorbonne University, 75006 Paris Download the programme Free admission subject to availability Research on intermarriage has existed since the beginning of the 20th century. Depending on the country, it was part of different research fields: migration, family, religious or racial studies. Existing empirical studies...
Séminaire scientifique de l'OSC 2015-2016 98, rue de l'Université, salle Annick Percheron Vendredi 11 décembre 2015 - 11h30-13h Shamus Khan Associate Professor of Sociology, Columbia University Présentation de son ouvrage "Privilege: The making of an adolescent elite at St. Paul's School" (2011, Princeton University Press) à l'occasion de la...
Séminaire scientifique de l'OSC 2015-2016 98 rue de l'Université 75007 Paris, salle Georges Lavau Vendredi 25 mars 2016 de 11h30 à 13h Nudging gender desegregation in Higher Education: evidence from a field experiment Despite the marked increases in women’s educational and labour market participation in western countries, the distribution of...
Against the Odds? Keeping a Nontraditional Division of Domestic Work After First Parenthood in Spain Marta Dominguez Folgueras Journal of Family Issues, First Published September 9, 2017 This article analyzes changes in the division of routine domestic work after first parenthood. We wanted to know whether and how it was possible for couples to...
Does Family Policy Influence Women’s Employment?: Reviewing the Evidence in the Field Political Studies Reviews First Published November 10, 2017 Read the Full article on SAGE Journals website During the past two decades, the debate over the relation between family policy and women’s employment in high-income countries has grown in prominence....
Public presentations of COIN first results Friday 19 January 2018, Salle du Conseil, 13 rue de l'Université, Paris 7e 9:30-12:20 Comparative results - Donald Tomaskovic-Devey (UMassAmherst and COIN), Producing Inequalities: An Examination of the Workplace Generation of Earnings Inequalities in thirteen High Income CountriesDiscussant: Thomas...
SCOOPS SEMINAR MaxPo jointly with OSC Friday, April 13th 2018 at 12:30 pm - room Goguel (27 rue St Guillaume) Invisible Boundaries in Cyberspace: A Relational Approach to Understand Racial Hierarchy in the United States Ken-Hou Lin Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Texas, Austin         ...
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