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14906 Ergebnisse, ab 11
  • Das Sozio-oekonomische Panel: Neuzugang bei infas

    In: Lagemaß 12 (2022), 8-11 | Jennifer Weitz, Thomas Weiß, Astrid Blome
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    Die Digitalisierung der Wissenschaften (Thimm/Nehls/Peters, Kapitel 86 in diesem Band) hat es mit sich gebracht, dass im gesamten Forschungszyklus (Stein und Przyborski/Wohlrab-Sahr, Kapitel 8 und 7 in diesem Band) die Rolle von strukturierten Informationen, mit denen einzelne Elemente in diesem Zyklus beschrieben werden können, ständig zunimmt. Für diese Struktur entwickeln sich zunehmend Standards, ...

    In: Nina Baur, Jörg Blasius , Handbuch Methoden der empirischen Sozialforschung (3. Auflage)
    Wiesbaden: Springer
    1465-1476
    | Knut Wenzig
  • Personality traits and healthcare use: A coordinated analysis of 15 international samples

    Some people use healthcare services more than others. Identifying factors associated with healthcare use has the potential to improve the effectiveness, efficiency, and equity of healthcare. In line with the Andersen behavioral model of healthcare utilization and initial empirical findings, personality traits may be key predisposing factors associated with healthcare use. Across 15 samples, the present ...

    In: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 125 (2023), 3, 629-648 | Emily C. Willroth, Jing Luo, Olivia E. Atherton, Sara J. Weston, Johanna Drewelies, Philip J. Batterham, David M. Condon, Denis Gerstorf, Martijn Huisman, Avron Spiro, Daniel K. Mroczek, Eileen K. Graham
  • Compensatory couple effects: How a spouse’s life goals impact one’s own career and health outcomes

    Life goals guide one’s behavior and can impact their life outcomes, but may conflict with their partner’s goals. Using a longitudinal dataset, we examined whether one’s life goals prospectively predict health and career outcomes for themselves and their spouse (Ndyads = 6,198). Overall, there were more actor than partner effects, but partner effects were especially numerous for health outcomes. Generally, ...

    In: Journal of Research in Personality 103 (2023), 104350 | Amanda J. Wright, Adam W. Litwin, Joshua J. Jackson
  • Trends and Changes in Socio-Economic Inequality in Self-Rated Health among Migrants and Non-Migrants: Repeated Cross-Sectional Analysis of National Survey Data in Germany, 1995–2017

    Socio-economic inequalities in health may change over time, and monitoring such change is relevant to inform adequate policy responses. We aimed to quantify socio-economic inequalities in health among people with direct, indirect and without migration background in Germany and to assess temporal trends and changes between 1995 and 2017. Using nationally representative survey data from the Socio-Economic ...

    In: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 19 (2022), 14, 8304 | Elisa Wulkotte, Kayvan Bozorgmehr
  • A ‘potential motherhood’ penalty? A longitudinal analysis of the wage gap based on potential fertility in Germany and the United Kingdom

    While labour market penalties related to motherhood are a widely studied topic, less is known about the implications of signalled potential fertility. We thus posed the question of whether potential fertility—operationalized as the likelihood that a childless woman will transition to motherhood depending on observed sociodemographic characteristics—is associated with a wage penalty and—if so—what the ...

    In: European Sociological Review (online first) (2023), | Anna Zamberlan, Paolo Barbieri
  • Unterstützung von Suffizienzansätzen im Gebäudebereich

    Zur Erreichung der Klimaschutzziele im Gebäudebereich ist es erforderlich, alle denkbaren Treibhausgas-Einsparpotentiale- und -strategien intensiv in den Blick zu nehmen. In diesem Zusammenhang geraten auch sogenannte Suffizienzmaßnahmen verstärkt in den Fokus der Diskussionen. Die vorliegende Forschungsarbeit beschäftigt sich mit den Potenzialen zur Reduktion der Umweltwirkungen von Gebäuden durch ...

    Bonn: Bundesinstitut für Bau-, Stadt- und Raumforschung (BBSR), 2023,
    (BBSR-Online-Publikation 09/2023)
    | Patrick Zimmermann, Lars-Arvid Brischke, Anja Bierwirth, Michael Buschka
  • Workplace segregation and the labour market performance of immigrants

    Immigrants are more likely to have conationals as colleagues, however the consequences of such workplace segregation is an open question. I study the effect of the conational share in an immigrant’s first job on subsequent labour market outcomes using register data from Germany. I instrument for the conational share using hiring trends in the local labour market and find that a ten-percentage-point ...

    Munich: CESifo, 2022,
    (CESifo Working Paper No. 9895)
    | Sébastien Willis
  • When the last child moves out: Continuity and convergence in spouses' housework time

    Objective: To examine how mothers' and fathers' time allocation for routine housework changes when the last child moves out of the family household. Background: During the transition to the empty nest, parental households are reduced to the situation before parenthood. Mothers and fathers are released from their direct parenting roles and parental time binds. This gradual transition creates a context ...

    In: Journal of Marriage and Family 85 (2023), 1, 305-320 | Florian Schulz, Marcel Raab
  • How to Catch a Falsifier: Comparison of Statistical Detection Methods for Interviewer Falsification

    Deviant interviewer behavior is a potential hazard of interviewer-administered surveys, with interviewers fabricating entire interviews as the most severe form. Various statistical methods (e.g., cluster analysis) have been proposed to detect falsifiers. These methods often rely on falsification indicators aiming to measure differences between real and falsified data. However, due to a lack of real-world ...

    In: Public Opinion Quarterly 86 (2022), 1, 51-81 | Silvia Schwanhäuser, Joseph W Sakshaug, Yuliya Kosyakova
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