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Cohort Changes in the Level and Dispersion of Gender Ideology after German Reunification: Results from a Natural Experiment

Modernization theorists’ ‘rising tide hypothesis’ predicted the continuous spread of egalitarian gender ideologies across the globe. We revisit this assumption by studying reunified Germany, a country that did not follow a strict modernization pathway. The socialist German Democratic Republic (GDR) actively fostered female employment and systematically promoted egalitarian ideologies before reunification ...

In: European Sociological Review 36 (2020), 5, S. 814–828 | Christian Ebner, Michael Kühhirt, Philipp Lersch
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The Accumulation of Wealth in Marriage: Over-Time Change and Within-Couple Inequalities

This study examines the accumulation of personal wealth of husbands and wives and investigates the development of within-couple wealth inequalities over time in marriage. Going beyond previous re- search that mostly studied the marriage wealth premium using household-level wealth data and that conceptualized marriage as an instantaneous transition with uniform consequences over time, we argue that ...

In: European Sociological Review 36 (2020), 4, S. 580-593 | Nicole Kapelle, Philipp M. Lersch
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Interdependencies in Mothers' and Daughters' Work-Family Life Course Trajectories: Similar but Different?

Women’s life courses underwent substantial changes in the family and work domains in the second half of the twentieth century. The associated fundamental changes in opportunity structures and values challenged the importance of families of origin for individual life courses, but two research strands suggest enduring within-family reproduction of women’s family behavior and work outcomes. We revisit ...

In: Demography 57 (2020), S. 1483–1511 | Sergi Vidal, Philipp M. Lersch, Marita Jacob, Karsten Hank
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Fewer Siblings, More Wealth? Sibship Size and Wealth Attainment

This study examines the association between sibship size and wealth in adulthood. The study draws on resource dilution theory and additionally discusses potentially wealth-enhancing consequences of having siblings. Data from the German Socio-Economic Panel Study (SOEP, N = 3502 individuals) are used to estimate multilevel regression models adjusted for concurrent parental wealth and other important ...

In: European Journal of Population 35 (2019), 5, S. 959–986 | Philipp M. Lersch
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The Effect of Regional Gender-Role Attitudes on Female Labour Supply: A Longitudinal Test Using the BHPS, 1991–2007

Despite considerable variation in gender-role attitudes across contexts and its claimed influence on female labour supply, studies provide little support for a contextual gender-role attitude effect. In this study, we reassess the contextual gender-role attitude effect on female labour supply because earlier studies are hampered by two shortcomings: (a) they are cross-nationally comparative, which ...

In: European Sociological Review 35 (2019), 5, S. 669–683 | Wilfred Uunk, Philipp M. Lersch
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Changes in Gender Role Attitudes Following Couples’ Residential Relocations

Background: Residential relocations of couple households are associated with increases in objective gender inequality within families in paid and unpaid work. Little is known about how couples’ relocations affect subjective outcomes such as attitudes.Objective: We examine whether gender role attitudes change when families move residentially in Britain, empirically addressing potential explanations. ...

In: Demographic Research 40 (2019), Art. 39, S. 1111–1152 | Sergi Vidal, Philipp M.Lersch
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Cognitive Pretest of a Factorial Survey Experiment on Future Narratives and Family Care: Background Paper for the SOEP-IS Module 2021/22

Within the Preparation Module for the Einstein Center for Population Diversity (ECPD), diverse research institutions came together to provide new survey instruments for the innovation sample in the German Socio-Economic Panel (SOEP-IS). With the goal of collecting insightful information about future narratives and family care, central topics of the ECPD research endeavor, factorial survey was chosen ...

Berlin: Hertie School, 2021, 16 S. | Enrique Alonso-Perez, Olan McEvoy, Vincent Ramos, Julie Lorraine O'Sullivan, Stefan Liebig, Michaela Kreyenfeld, Philipp Lersch, Giacomo Bazzani, Raffaele Guetto, Daniele Vignoli, Jan Heisig, Heike Solga, Paul Gellert
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