Family Studies Based on Quantitative Analyses of Surveys

Saturday, July 19, 2014: 8:30 AM-10:20 AM
Room: 413
RC06 Family Research (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Rokuro TABUCHI, Sophia University, Japan and Sigeto TANAKA, Tohoku University, Japan
The Effects of Sibling Structure on Fertility Decision in Taiwan (Oral Presentation)
Chih-Lung HSIEH, National Taitung University, Taitung, Taiwan

Female Employment and the Socioeconomic and Family Factors in Japan (Oral Presentation)
Junko INUI, Kyoto University, Japan

Family Money Management Arrangements: Using the 2010 Statistics on Income and Living Conditions Survey to Study the Portuguese Case (Oral Presentation)
M. Alexandra FERREIRA-VALENTE, University of Coimbra, Portugal; Lina COELHO, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Work-Life Conflict In The Economic Recession "CANCELLED" (Oral)
Linda LANE, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

The French “Study of Individual and Conjugal Trajectories” Survey (2013) (Oral Presentation)
Wilfried RAULT, INED, France; Arnaud REGNIER-LOILIER, Ined, France; Géraldine VIVIER, Ined, France; Françoise COURTEL, Ined, France

Gendered Life Courses and Personal Networks in Switzerland (Oral Presentation)
Gaëlle AEBY, Université de Lausanne, Switzerland; Jacques-Antoine GAUTHIER, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

Re-Entering the Labor Market after Childbirth Among Japanese Women (Distributed Paper)
Junko NISHIMURA, Meisei University, Japan

A Current Picture and Overall Trends of Japanese Family Based on Japanese General Social Survey Cumulative Data 2000-2012 (Distributed Paper)
Kuniaki SHISHIDO, Osaka University of Commerce, Japan; Noriko IWAI, Osaka University of Commerce, Japan; Takayuki SASAKI, Osaka University of Commerce, Japan

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