Conference Program

7th ESFR CONGRESS PROGRAM

Madrid, 3-6 September 2014

Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Registration (11am – 2:00pm)

Opening session (2:00pm – 4:30pm)

Ana Maria López, Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration

Maria Salomé Adroher, General Director for Family and Childhood Affairs of the Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality

Gerardo Meil, President of the Local Committee

Presidential Speech

Judith J.S. Dubas, President of the European Society on Family Relations

Keynote Speech

Prof. Elisabeth Beck-Gernsheim, Faculty of Sociology, University of Munich

Title: Love across borders: on mobility, migration and marriage

Coffee Break (4:30pm – 5pm)

Parallel sessions – working groups (5pm – 6:30pm)

Balancing private and working lives 1

Caring for children and elderly 1

Caring for children and elderly 2

Theorizing family lives

Family well-being and family conflict 1

Domestic Violence 1

Open Symposium: Father’s involvement across Europe 1 (Coord: Renske Keizer)

Invited Symposium: Dementia and the family: developing a textured relational framework (Coord: Edward Tolhurst)

Invited Symposium: Engaged Siblingship (Coord: Ida Winther)

Welcoming reception and Cocktail (7pm)

Thursday, 4 September 2014

Registration (9am – Congress office open all day)

Parallel sessions – working groups (9am – 10:30am)

Balancing private and working lives 2

Caring for children and elderly 3

Open Symposium: Father involvement across Europe 2 (Coord: Renske Keizer)

Domestic violence 2

Family health

Parenthood 1

Marriage and Consensual Unions

Open Symposium: Father involvement across Europe 2 (Coord: Renske Keizer)

Invited Symposium: Local welfare services, family care responsibilities, and female employment (Coord: Marjo Kuronen)

Invited Symposium: Doing good parenthood (Coord: Anna Sparrman)

Coffee Break (10:30am – 11am)

Keynote speech (11am – 12:30am)

Prof. Lina Gálvez, Faculty of Economics, University Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla

Title: The effects of the economic crisis on Spanish families and on the decision to participate in the labour market by gender

Poster session (12:30am – 1:30pm)

Parallel sessions – working groups (2:30pm – 4pm)

Balancing private and working lives 3

Caring for children and elderly 4

Family well-being and family conflict 2

Economic crisis and family lives

Parenthood 2

Open Symposium: Transition to the first child in Europe: A crucial moment for gender (in)equality 1 (Coord.: Teresa Jurado)

Invited Symposium: Lifecourse, families and relationships (Coord: Rita Gouveia)

Invited Symposium: Transition to parenthood: What about fathers? (Coord: Barbara Figueiredo)

Coffee Break (4pm – 4:30pm)

Keynote speech (4:30pm – 6pm)

Prof. Ana Nunes de Almeida, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa

Title: Families, children and the economic crisis

General Assembly (6:15pm – 7:15pm)

Friday, 5 September 2014

Parallel sessions – working groups (9am – 10:30am)

Balancing Motherhood and Career: National and International Aspects

Intergenerational relations 1

Unemployment, poverty and families 1

Parenthood 3

Mobility, migration and family life 1

Open Symposium: Childlessness in Europe (Coord: Christian Deindl)

Invited Symposium: Tracing change and continuity in fatherhoods from different European perspectives. (Coord: Tina Miller)

Invited Symposium: Beyond comparison: New trends in research with lesbian, gay and bisexual parent families across Europe (Coord: Jorge Gato)

Invited Symposium: Intergenerational family relations and migration from a life span perspective (Coord: Stephanie Barros/Dieter Ferring)

Coffee Break (10:30am – 11am)

Keynote speech (11am – 12:30 am)

Prof. Jesus Palacios, Department of Developmental Psychology, University of Sevilla, Sevilla

Title: Crisis in intercountry adoptions, crisis in adoptive families

Parallel sessions – working groups (2pm – 3:30pm)

Mobility, migration and family life 2

Family policies 1

Intergenerational relations 2

Unemployment, poverty and families 2

Parenthood 4

Family well-being and family conflict 3

Balancing private and working lives 4

Open Symposium: Who is caring for childless elderly? (Coord: Beat Fux)

Coffee Break (3:30pm – 4pm)

Keynote speech (4pm – 5:30pm)

Prof. Anna Costanza Baldry, Deptarment of Psychology, Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli

Title: The dark side of families. Intimate partner violence risk factors and impact in modern societies

Social dinner in Café de Chinitas* (8pm) *It has to be booked and paid previously

Saturday, 6 September 2014

Parallel sessions – working groups (9am – 10:30am)

Family policies 2

Mobility, migration and family life 3

Parenthood 5

Unemployment, poverty and families 3

Invited Symposium: "Late-forming" Families in Madrid: Ethnographic Research (Coord: Nancy Konvalinka)

Invited Symposium: Family Relationships as protective factors in the adjustment process to adoption (Coord: Rosa Rosnati)

Coffee Break (10:30am – 11am)

Keynote speech (11am – 12am)

Prof. Norbert F. Schneider, Director, Federal Institute for Population Research (BiB), Wiesbaden

Title: Family in Western Europe - Between Tradition and Modernity

Closing session (12am – 1pm)

Presentation of the winner article of the ESFR Young Scientist Prize 2014: Petteri Eerola (Paternal masculinities in early fatherhood: dominant and counter narratives by Finnish first-time fathers)

Cocktail (1pm – 2pm)

PARALLEL SESSIONS

Madrid, 3-6 September 2014

SESSION

Balancing private and working lives

3 Sept.

B1.1

Parental leave policies in Southern Europe in the last decade (Greece, Italy, Spain and Portugal)

Balancing private and working lives 1

5:00 PM

Anna Escobedo, University of Barcelona (Spain); Karin Wall, University of Lisbon (Portugal)

Coord: Anna Escobedo, University of Barcelona (Spain)

B1.2

Responses to capitalization attempts in couple relationship: The contribution of diary methods

Room: EV-101

Ariela Francesca Pagani; Silvia Donato; Miram Parise, Catholic University of Milan (Italy); Dominik Schoebi, University of Fribourg (Switzerland)

B1.3

Enrolment in Institutional Child Care in Germany: Is it a rational, employment-related decision?

Claudia Wenzig; Juliane Achazt, Institute for employment research (Germany)

B1.4

Does a First Birth Influence Attitudes Toward Gender Roles: An International Comparison

Sandra Buchler; Katia Begal, Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main (Germany)

04-sep

B2.1

Spousal satisfaction in the context of the 24/7 economy: A comparison of Finnish, Dutch and British parents

Balancing private and working lives 2

9:00 AM

Kaisa Malinen; Eija Sevón; Anna Rönkä, University Jyväskylä (Finland)

Coord: Kimo Jokinen, University Jyväskylä (Finland)

B2.2

Mothers´ work-life choices: Financial reasons, interest of the child and the convenience of everyday life

Room: EV-101

Anne Mattila, University of Helsinki (Finland)

B2.3

Cohort and gender differences in work-family life courses in Great Britain: evidence of increasing individualisation?

Rebecca Lacey; Amanda Sacker, University College of London (UK)

B2.4

Working it out. Lone mothers strategies to reconcile paid work and caring responsibilities.

Jenny Alsarve; Christine Roman, Örebro university (Sweden)

B2.5

Photonarratives of Finnish mothers and fathers - shared parenthood but gendered household duties?

Marja Leena Böök, Johanna Mykkänen, University of Jyväskylä (Finland)

04-sep

B3.1

Balancing private and working life in the context of economic crises: preliminary results of the Portuguese case

Balancing private and working lives 3

2:30 PM

Cristina Vieira, M. Alexandra Ferreira-Valente, University of Coimbra (Portugal)

Coord: M. Lourdes Santos Pérez, University of Salamanca (Spain)

B3.2

Household Working Time and Childcare in European Union

Mia Tammelin, Tomi Oinas, Timo Anttila, University of Jyväskylä (Finland)

B3.3

Balancing Private and Working Lives. The case of Domestic Labour in Spain

M. Lourdes Santos Pérez, University of Salamanca (Spain); Cristina García Sainz, Nelcy Yoly Valencia Olivero, Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain)

B1.4

The transition into ‘retirement’ learning as a means to maintain social capital in later life: a Bourdieusian perspective.

Louise Taylor, staffordshire university (UK)

05-sep

B4.1

The gendered division of housework and child care of families with young children

Balancing private and working lives 4

2:00 PM

Daniel Gabaldón-Estevan, Kadri Täht, University of Valencia (Spain)

Coord: Marta Seiz, CSIC (Spain)

B4.2

Women’s employment and earnings trajectories after childbirth: the key role of fathers’ domestic involvement

Room: EV-101

Marta Seiz, CSIC (Spain)

B4.3

Different responses to global crisis. A comparison of new work-life balance strategies in Norway and Spain

Magdalena Díaz Gorfinkiel, Begoña Elizalde San Miguel, Vicente Díaz Gandasegui, Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain)

B4.4

Parents' work-family conciliation and children's outcomes: The mediating role of parent-child relationship.

Joana Vieira, Tiago Ferreira, Marisa Matias, University of Porto (Portugal); Frederick G. Lopez, University of Houston (USA), Paula Mena Matos, University of Porto (Portugal)

SESSION

Caring for children and elderly

3 Sept.

C1.1

Visits and contacts in kinship foster care: the point of view of family carers

Caring for children and elderly 1

5:00 PM

Esperanza León, Jesús M. Jiménez, University of Seville (Spain); Alicia Muñoz, University of Huelva (Spain)

Coord: Lars Gulbrandsen, Norwegian Social Research (Norway)

C1.2

Relationships to youth in institutional care: The perspectives of the caregivers

Room: EV-102

Catarina Pinheiro Mota, University of Porto (Portugal)

C1.3

What do families value when selecting a kindergarten?

Daniel Gabaldón-Estevan, Kadri Täht, University of Valencia (Spain)

03-sep

C2.1

The “mixed relative caregiving” – New solutions of old challenges and dilemmas

Caring for children and elderly 2

5:00 PM

Maria Wolmesjö, Linköping University (Sweden), Maria Delden, Municipality of Norrköping (Sweden)

Coord: Karin Wall, University of Lisbon (Portugal)

C2.2

Qualitative and Participatory Evaluation of Problems and Proposals for Carers of the Elderly

Room: EV-103

Maria Silveria Agulló, Mª Victoria Gómez García, Alberto Veira Ramos, Alba Gil Callado, Esteban Agulló Tomás, Universidad Carlos III (Spain)

C2.3

Quantitative and Virtual Evaluation of Programmes and Support for Caregivers of the Elderly

Maria Silveria Agulló, Alberto Veira Ramos, Mª Victoria Gómez García, Alba Gil Callado, Esteban Agulló Tomás, Universidad Carlos III (Spain)

04-sep

C3.1

The impact of caring on family carers 50+: evidence from Southern European Countries

Caring for children and elderly 3

9:00 AM

Fatima Barbosa, Alice Delerue Matos, Minho University, (Portugal)

Coord: Ruth Limmer, University of Applied Sciences Nürnberg (Germany)

C3.2

Madrid's existing strategies for elderly care: domestic sector versus home help services in times of crisis

Room: EV-102

Begoña Elizalde, Magdalena Díaz Gorfinkiel, Carlos III University of Madrid, (Spain)

C3.3

Long-term care and social inequality in European welfare states

Erwin Stolz, Univesity of Salzburg (Austria)

C3.4

Primary Care Memory Clinics: putting patients and families in charge

Susan Mary Benbow, David Jolley, Gnosall Health Centre (UK)

04-sep

C4.1

The group of mothers and fathers on line: parenting comparison

Caring for children and elderly 4

2:30 PM

Eleonora Bordon, Mariselda Tessarolo, University of Padua (Italy)

Coord: Lars Gulbrandsen, Norwegian Social Research (Norway)

C4.2

Cooperation as a key part of early childhood special teacher’s work

Room: EV-102

Sanna Uotinen, Open University of Jyväskylä, Anja Rantala, University of Jyväskylä, (Finland)

C4.3

Residential differentiation of households in the metropolitan region of Barcelona and its impact on child care

Sergio Porcel López, Lara Navarro Varas, Institut d'estudis Regionals i Metropolitans de Barcelona (Spain)

C4.4

Care goes public

Lars Gulbrandsen, Norwegian Social Research (Norway)

C4.5

Late Life Acquired Dual Sensory Impairment; there’s more to it than just losing your hearing and sight

Tiwana Rumandeep, Susan Mary Benbow, Paul Kingston, University of Chester (UK)

SESSION

OPEN SYMPOSIA Father's involvement across Europe

03-sep

F1.1

Changing Family Models: Father involvement in Catalonia (Spain)

OPEN SYMPOSIA Father's involvement across Europe 1 (Constructing fatherhood in non-standard families)

5:00 PM

Lluis Flaquer, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Almudena Moreno Mínguez, University of Valladolid, Anna Escobedo, University of Barcelona (Spain)

Coord: Renske Keizer, Erasmus University Rotterdam (Netherlands)

F1.2

Father roles in a changing family pattern in HungaryFather roles in a changing family pattern in Hungary

Room: EII-102

Julia Galantai, (Hungary)

F1.3

Good enough father: the case of seafarers and their sons

Thomas Heikell, Abo Akademi University (Finland)

F1.4

‘Men Behaving Dadly’: Constructions of good fatherhood amongst socially excluded men in Scotland

Karen Maxwell,Katie Buston, Danny Wight, University of Glasgow (UK)

F1.5

Mothers the new Fathers? The Influence of Parents’ Socioeconomic Status on Children's Educational Attainment in European Societies.

Ronny König, University of Zurich, (Switzerland)

04-sep

F2.1

Involved fatherhood in father friendly welfare states

OPEN SYMPOSIA Father's involvement across Europe 2 (Fatherhood, paternal leave and paternal identity)

9:00 AM

Gunhild Regland Farstad, Diakonhjemmet University College (Norway)

Coord: Renske Keizer, Erasmus University Rotterdam (Netherlands)

F2.2

Working mothers and caring fathers – the phenomenon of changing family roles in contemporary Poland

Room: EII-102

Marta Bierca, University of Social Sciences and Humanities (Poland)

F2.3

Comparative research on fathers involvement: the state of the art

Tomas Cano-López, Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain)

F2.4

"Ha, ha, you're taking maternita?” Fathers between two care regimes

Elin Kvande, Berit Brandth, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

F2.5

Time-spatial patterns of post-separation family arrangements in Germany

Sandra Hubert, German Youth Institute (Germany)

SESSION

Family well-being and family conflict

03-sep

CO1.1

The impact of genetic testing for neurological disorders on family relationships.

Family well-being and family conflict 1

5:00 PM

Sharmishtha Bhattacharyya, Susan Mary Benbow, University of Chester (UK)

Coord: Caroline Vandeleur, University Hospital of Laussanne (Switzerland)

CO1.2

The Role of Family Structure on Children’s Psychological Health

Room: EV-104

Reynaldo Rivera, interMedia Social Innovation, David Santos, Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain)

CO1.3

Family relations, conflicts and disputes: child and adult perspectives on disagreements in family life

Marianne Notko, Henna Pirskanen, Kimmo Jokinen, Tiina Lämsä, University of Jyväskylä (Finland)

CO1.4

The French version of the Family Attitude Scale: Psychometric properties and relation of attitudes to the respondent’s psychiatric status

Caroline Vandeleur, University Hospital of Laussanne (Switzerland), David Kavanagh, Queensland University of Technology (Australia), Nicolas Fave, University of Geneva, Enrique Castelao, University Hospital of Laussanne (Switzerland)

CO1.5

Informal social support: an international perspective

Livia García-Faroldi, University of Malaga (Spain)

04-sep

CO2.1

The role of parenting styles and family functioning in social functioning among young people

Family well-being and family conflict 2

2:30 PM

Sirpa Kannasoja, University of Jyväskylä (Finland)

Coord: Caroline Vandeleur, University Hospital of Laussanne (Switzerland)

CO2.2

Lone mothers and work-to-family conflict: The impact of non-standard working hours and challenges with childcare

Room: EV-104

Sanna Moilanen, Kaisa Aunola, Marja-Leena Laakso, Eija Sevón, University of Jyväskylä (Finland), Vanessa May, University of Manchester (UK)

CO2.3

The Effect of Inequalities within Families on Occupational Aspirations of Adolescents

Henrik Pruisken, Bielefeld University (Germany)

CO2.4

Dad and mam are divorced: different experiences of children

Beatriz Morgado, M-Mar González, University of Seville (Spain)

CO2.5

How parents can stop taking risk behaviors in adolescence?

Tamara Villalba Morente, CSIC (Spain)

05-sep

CO3.1

Long-term effectiveness of a family evidence-based prevention program with families at risk: analysis by age and gender

Family well-being and family conflict 3

2:00 PM

Carmen Orte, Marga Vives, Rosario Pozo, Joan Amer, University of the Balearic Islands (Spain)

Coord: Kimmo Jokinen, University of Jyväskylä (Spain)

CO3.2

Family relations in social network maps

Room: EII-102

Kimmo Jokinen Henna Pirskanen, Marianne Notko, Kaisa Malinen, Tiina Lämsä, University of Jyväskylä (Spain)

CO3.3

The sequence method in changing daily rtythm of families with children

Marja Saarilahti, University of Helsinki (Finland)

CO3.4

Examining emotional dynamics at the family level: A study of emotional experience and family interactions in families with adolescents.

Tamara Luginbuehl, Dominik Schoebi, University of Fribourg (Switzerland)

CO3.5

Monetary conflicts within intimate relationships – a qualitative study of families with children

Anniina Kaittila, Leo Kyqvist, University of Turku (Finland)

SESSION

Theorizing family lives

3 Sept.

TH1.2

Getting grip on daily life as a transformation process of families

Coord: Dafne Muntanyola, Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain)

5:00 PM

Sanna Sekki, Pirjo Korvela, University of Helsinki (Finland)

Room: EII-101

TH1.2

“I Need my Space”: The Discursive Construction of a Desirable Parenthood

Dafne Muntanyola, Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain)

SESSION

Domestic violence

03-sep

V1.1

Can economic crisis increase the presence of Intimate Partner Violence Against Women in the society?

Domestic violence 1

5:00 PM

Paola Damonti, Public University of Navarra (Spain)

Coord: Gerardo Meil, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, (Spain)

V1.2

Tackling domestic violence outcomes: an analysis of victims’ social inclusion after leaving an abusive relationship, Portugal

Room: EV-201

Maria das Dores Guerreiro, Joana Patricio, Ana Rita Coelho, University Institute of Lisbon (Portugal)

V1.3

Economic abuse : an integrative literature review

Anniina Kaittila, Leo Nyqvist, University of Turku (Finland)

04-sep

V2.1

The perceived needs of midlife women in the post victimisation phase of a violent relationship

Domestic violence 2

9:00 AM

June Keeling, Debra Smith, University of Chester (UK), Colleen Fisher, University of Western Australia (Australia)

Coord: Anna Baldry, Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli (Italy)

V2.2

Intimate Male Partner Violence: voices of muslim immigrants

Room: EV-201

Marialuisa Gennari, Cristina Giuliani, Università Cattolica S. Cuore (Italy)

V2.3

Violent Video Games Consumption as a Function of the Relationship between Adolescents and Parents

David Santos, Autonomous University of Madrid, Reynaldo Rivera, jnterMedia Social Innovation, Miguel Ángel Cárdaba, Centro Universitario Villanueva, Gaspar Brándle, University of Murcia

V2.4

The complex relationship between stalking by former intimate partner, forgiveness and victim's well being. An empirical contribution.

Baldry, A., Regalia, C. Caprolicchio, e.

SESSION

Family health

04-sep

H1.1

Socio-economic risk factors for parental mental health of Portuguese families at late pregnancy

Coord: Caroline Vandeleur, University Hospital of Laussanne (Switzerland)

9:00 AM

Iva Tendais, Universidade de Tras-os-Montes e Alto Douro (Portugal), Raquel Costa, European University (Portugal), Catarina Tojal, Fundacao Bial (Portual), Sara Pereira Universidade de Tras-os-Montes e Alto Douro (Portugal)

Room: EV-103

H1.2

Health and economic crisis in Portugal: a pilot exploratory study

M. Alexandra Ferreira-Valente, Lina Coelho, University of Coimbra (Portugal)

H1.3

Family stress, resources and perceived efficacy in parents of children with disabilities. Duchenne muscular dystrophy vs intellectual disability.

Laura Balottin, Cristina Munari, Stefania Mannarini, University of Padova (Italy)

H1.4

The selection and causation mechanisms in the relationship between family and health in Spain

Jordi Gumà, Centre Estudis Demogràfics (Spain)

SESSION

Economic crisis and family lives

04-sep

E1.1

The effects of the economic crisis on families in Italy: evidence from a large population survey

Coord: Anna Escobedo, University of Barcelona (Spain)

2:30 PM

Sara Mazzucchelli, Miriam Parise (Catholic University of Milan (Italy)

Room: EV-103

E1.2

Coresidence of Generations in Times of Economic Crisis

Ronny König, Bettina Isengard, Marc Szydlik, University of Zurich (Switzerland)

E1.3

Comparative psychological analysis of family relations in the provinces of Russia under the conditions of economic crisis

Mikhail Chumakov, Kurgan State University (Russia)

E1.4

Parent’s participation at school and out-of-school services as a source of solidarity at the local level counteracting effects of the crisis

Anna Escobedo, Sandra Escapa, University of Barcelona (Spain)

SESSION

OPEN SYMPOSIUM Transition to the first child in Europe: A crucial moment for gender (in)equality

Coord: Teresa Jurado-Guerrero, National University of Distance Education (Spain)

04-sep

T1.1

The price of equality. Transition to parenthood in Poland

Room: EII-101

2:30 PM

Maria Reimann, Goethe University Frankfurt (Germany)

T1.2

Gender (in)equality and childbearing transitions in dual-earner couples in Portugal

David Cruz, Vanessa Cunha, University of Lisbon (Portugal)

T1.3

From Modern Couple to Traditional Family. Institutions as Reference Points for Parents-to-be in European Societies: A Theoretical and Empirical Framework

Daniela Grunow, Gerlieke Veltkamp, Goethe University (Germany)

T1.4

Intentions and practices of first time mothers regarding the childcare and their occupational trajectory

Nadia Girardin, Alexis Gabadinho, Jean Marie Le Goff, University of Lausanne (Switzerland)

T1.5

Women’s plans for childcare and paid employment versus reality: The case of the Czech Republic

Olga Nesporova, Institute of Sociology of the Academy of Sciences (Czech Republic)

T1.6

What happened with our plans? Plans and behaviour of first time dual-earner couples in Spain

María José González, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Irene Lapuerta, Public University of Navarra, Teresa Martín, Marta Séiz (CSIC) (Spain)

T1.7

Before and After the Baby Birth: Still a Mediterranean Model of Care and Housework Sharing in Italy?

Manuela Naldini, Sonia Bertolini, Rosy Musumeci, Paola Torrioni, University of Turin (Italy)

SESSION

Parenthood

04-sep

P1.1

The family situation of women prisoners in the Spanish prison system

Parenthood 1

9:00 AM

Anna Morero Beltran, Ana Ballesteros Pena, Elisabet Almeda Samaranch, Research Group COPOLIS (Spain)

Coord: Allan Westerling, University of Roskilde (Denmark)

P1.2

The relationship between employment quality and fertility intentions : Results from Switzerland

Room: EV-104

Valerie-Anne Ryser, FORS, Doris Hanappi, Laura Bernardi, Jean Marie Le Goff, University of Lausanne (Switzerland)

P1.3

Motherhood: a life-span perspective of motherhood representations

Elena Pérez de la Merced, Amparo Moreno, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Dolores Pérez, Belén Cabello, Bárbara Álvarez, C Athena Timón (Spain)

P1.4

Legal Parenthood and Child Custody in Young Parents’ Families in Finland

Virve Murto, University of Turku (Finland)

P1.5

Economic Family Situation, Parenting and Child Adjustment: A Dyadic Perspective

Alexandra Langmeyer, Christine Entleitner, Sabine Walper, German Youth Institute (Germany)

04-sep

P2.1

International Adoption and Racial Socialization: Building Interracial Families

Parenthood 2

2:30 PM

María José Rodríguez Jaume, Diana Jareño Ruiz, University of Alicante (Spain)

Coord: Allan Westerling, University of Roskilde (Denmark)

P2.2

The story of the origins in Italian books for adopted children

Room: EV-201

Ondina Greco, Catholic University of Milan (Italy)

P2.3

Joys and fears of parenthood in the eyes of childless individuals

Monica Mynarska, Jolanta Rytel, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw (Poland)

P2.4

Gestational Surrogacy: Transforming Parenthood in Spain

Anna Morero Beltran, Research Group COPOLIS (Spain)

05-sep

P3.1

The experience of unfulfilled parenthood in the perception of young adults.

Parenthood 3

9:00 AM

Alicja Kalus, Ewa Kielek-Rataj, University of Opole (Poland)

Coord: Dominik Schoebi, University of Fribourg (Switzerland)

P3.2

Deciding on having a(nother) child: gender and parenting status differences on motives toward parenthood

Room: EV-201

Marisa Matias, University of Porto (Portugal)

P3.3

Waiting for the right moment? The effect of labour market insecurity on family formation among couples in Germany

Inga Lass, Bielefeld University (Germany)

P3.4

The Value of Children (VoC) to homosexual and heterosexual individuals

Christian Haag, University of Bamberg (Germany)

P3.5

Does childbirth really transform your life? A longitudinal dyadic perspective

Sarah Galdiolo, Isabelle Roskam, Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium)

05-sep

P4.1

Do new notions of fatherhood strengthen a traditional division of household labour? A qualitative insight into concepts of fatherhood and division of labour in Germany.

Parenthood 4

2:00 PM

Matthias Euteneuer, Dortmund University (Germany)

Coord: Bernhard Nauck, Chemnitz University of Technology (Germany)

P4.2

Pictures of an unfinished figure: The “new father” as an element of “Tangram”

Room: EV-201

Nicole Kirchhoff, Dortmund University (Germany)

P4.3

Involvement and warmth of custodial fathers: Comparison with married and non-residential divorced fathers

Ricky Finzi-Dottan, Bar Ilan University, Orna Cohen, Tel Aviv University (Israel)

P4.4

Educational Styles and Socialization Practices in Families of Turkish, Vietnamese and German Origin in Germany

Bernhard Nauck, Vivian Lotter, Chemnitz University of Technology (Germany)

P4.5

Cohabitational and marital fertility of men in Eastern Europe.

Cornelia Muresan, Babes-Bolyai University (Romania)

06-sep

P5.1

Relational influences on preschool children's prosocial behavior

Parenthood 5

9:00 AM

Tiago Ferreira, Joana Cadima, Marisa Matias, Joana Marina Vieira, Teresa Leal, Paula Mena Matos, University of Porto (Portugal)

Coord: Dafne Muntanyola, Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain)

P5.2

How Late is ‘Late‘ in Times of Flexible Employment? Measuring the Influence of Fixed-Term Contracts on the Postponement of Parenthood in Germany

Room: EV-201

Daniel Baron, Aachen University (Germany)

P5.3

The person with dementia as 'a child': an exploration of how discourses on gender, motherhood and adulthood influence caring

Edward Tolhurst, Staffordshire University, Susan Benbow, Chester University (UK)

SESSION

OPEN SYMPOSIUM Childlessness in Europe

Coord: Christian Deindl, University of Cologne (Germany)

05-sep

CH1.1

Childlessness associated with celibacy: the case of Russia

Room: EII-101

9:00 AM

Rozaliya Fakhrislamova, Institute of Demography (Russia)

CH1.2

‘Costs’ and ‘benefit’ of having children – why do Polish women keep the number of children down?

Malgorzata Sikorska, University of Warsaw (Poland)

CH1.3

Triad changing? The position of the “successful child” in the process of negotiation of its parents

Nicole Kirchhoff, Dortmund University (Germany)

CH1.4

Functioning of voluntary childless marriages in Poland - psychological perspective

Alicja Kalus, Joanna Szymańska, Wroclaw University of Technology (Poland)

SESSION

OPEN SYMPOSIUM Balancing Motherhood and Career: National and International Aspects

Coord: Darya Maoz, The Centre for Academic Studies (Israel)

05-sep

BM1.1

Mutual impacts between motherhood and educational attainment in Eastern Europe.

Room: EV-101

9:00 AM

Cornelia Muresan, Babes-Bolyai University (Romania)

BM1.2

Are preferences the missing link when explaining gendered family and labor market outcomes?

Karina Nilsson, Mattias Strandh, Umeá University (Sweden)

BM1.3

Decisions on employment and the family: some considerations about the theory of preference

Tomás Cano-López, Autonomous University of Barcelona

BM1.4

Exploring gender, work and families – attitudes to maternal employment and parent mental health and relationship satisfaction

Lauren Bird, Amanda Sacker, Anne McMunn, University College London (UK)

BM1.5

Changing sex-role attitudes in the Netherlands, 1979-2011

Joëlla Verrijp, Radboud University (Netherlands)

SESSION

Intergenerational relations

05-sep

I1.1

Who stays, who leaves, and who returns? Determinants of leaving and returning to the parental home in Germany

Intergenerational relations 1

9:00 AM

Anne Berngruber, German Youth Institute (Germany)

Coord: Ruth Limmer, University of Applied Sciences Nürnberg (Germany)

I1.2

The association between grandparental investment and grandparents’ happiness in Finland

Room: EV-102

Mirkka Danielsbacka, Antti Tanskanen, University of Helsinki (Finland)

I1.3

The role of mother’s attitude toward sexuality in psychosexual development of daughter – a cross-generational analysis

Aleksandra Chodecka, Maria Beisert, University of Poznan (Poland)

I1.4

Child-Parent Closeness in Young Adulthood. Evidence from Switzerland.

Ariane Christine Bertogg, Marc Szydlik, University of Zurich (Switzerland)

I1.5

Grand Parenting Practices in Turkey: Cultural and Functional Motivations

Burcu Ozdemir, Oxford Institute of Population Ageing (UK)

05-sep

I2.1

Active Ageing: Intergenerational Relationships, Social Generativity and Relational Wellbeing

Intergenerational relations 2

2:00 PM

Donatella Bramanti, Giovanna Rossi, Stefania Giada Meda, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart (Italy)

Coord: Ruth Limmer, University of Applied Sciences Nürnberg (Germany)

I2.2

Countering the crisis through intergenerational support: a survey on portuguese families

Room: EV-102

Silvia Portugal, University of Coimbra (Portugal)

I2.3

“They've got their own lives to lead”: dementia and barriers to seeking intergenerational family support

Edward Tolhurst, Staffordshire University, Sarmishtha Bhattacharyya, Black Country Partnership Foundation NHS Trust (UK)

I2.4

Norms of filial obligations and actual support in Eastern Europe

Paul teodor Haragus, Cornelia Muresan, Babes-Bolyai University (Romania)

I2.5

Strengthening intergenerational relations in the family through education

Maria Antonia Gomila, Belén Pascual, Margarita Vives, University of Balearic Ilands (Spain)

SESSION

Unemployment, poverty and families

05-sep

U1.1

Social Inequality and family planning: The use of contraceptives among female recipients of unemployment benefits in Germany

Unemployment, poverty and families 1

9:00 AM

Laura Castiglioni, University of Munich, Petra Buhr, University of Bremen (Germany)

Coord: Julimar da Silva Bichara, Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain)

U1.2

One-parent families, exclusions and social networks, community managers

Room: EV-103

Elisabet Almeda Samaranch, Dino Di Nella, Clara Campos Calvet, Rosa Ortiz Monera, Research Group COPOLIS (Spain)

U1.3

Erosion of Labor Market Institutions and Compensation through Changing Family Models

Irene Dingeldey, University of Bremen (Germany)

05-sep

U2.1

Community Partnering: Resource Enhancement to Decrease High School Dropouts in a Rural High Poverty District

Unemployment, poverty and families 2

2:00 PM

Karen Joest, State University of New York (USA)

Coord: Julimar da Silva Bichara, Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain)

U2.2

Does economic deprivation and family type predict educational upward or downward mobility in adolescence?

Room: EV-103

Carolin Thönnissen, Eva-Verena Wendt, Stefan Fiedrich, Sabine Walper, Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich (Germany)

U2.3

The Impact of Unemployment on Male Gender Role Attitudes in Germany

Torsten Lietzmann, Arne Bethmann, Institute for Employment Research (Germany)

U2.4

A new start for taking part? An evaluation of the new “Education and Inclusion Subsidies” for children in low-income families in Germany

Claudia Wenzig, Juliane Achatz, Inna Becher, Institute for Employment Research (Germany)

U2.5

Facing the crisis: the risks of the household´s survival strategies

Lucia Martinez Virto, Public University of Navarra (Spain)

06-sep

U3.1

Assignment in and effects of activation programmes for women: Challenge or replication of traditional gender roles

Unemployment, poverty and families 3

9:00 AM

Eva Kopf, Cordula Zabel, Institute for Employment Research (Germany)

Coord: Julimar da Silva Bichara, Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain)

U3.2

The impact of unemployment in the dyadic relationship: A systematic review

Room: EV-103

Joyce Aguiar, Anne Marie Fontaine, Marisa Matias, University of Porto (Portugal)

U3.3

Children's views on poverty and the reasons for poverty

Mia Hakorvirta, Johanna Kallio, University of Turku (Finland)

U3.4

Human Face of Crisis: coping strategies of unemployed households

Miguel Laparra Navarro, Patricia Azcona, Paola Damonti, Rubén Lasheras Ruiz, Lucia Martínez Virto, Begoña Pérez Eransus, Nerea Zugasti, Public University of Navarra (Spain)

U3.5

Gender labor conditions and collective bargaining in Spain

Almudena Briones Bermejo, European University of Madrid, Manuel Pérez Trujillo, Julimar da Silva Bichara, Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain)

SESSION

Mobility, migration and family life

05-sep

M1.1

The influence of acculturation on the family structure of older Chinese migrants living in the UK.

Mobility, migration and family life 1

9:00 AM

Jan Bailey, University of Chester

Coord: Silvia Ruppenthal, Federal Institute for Population Research (Germany)

M1.2

The Migration and Wellbeing of the Zero Generation: Transgenerational Care, Grandparenting and Loneliness amongst Albanian Older People

Room: EV-104

Russel King, University of Sussex (UK) / Malmö University (Sweden), Eralba Cela, Marche Polytechnic University (Italy), Tineke Fokkema, NIDI / Erasmus University Rotterdam (Netherlands), Julie Vullnetari, University of Sussex (UK)

M1.3

Family in a Migration Contexts. Basics characteristics of Romanians and Moroccans with descendants in Spain 2000-2011.

Manuela A. Fernández Borrero, Octavio Vázquez Aguado, Pablo Álvarez Pérez, Huelva University (Spain)

M1.4

Parent-child relationship in immigrant families through the voices of Arab and Pakistani second-generation youths. A qualitative study.

Cristina Giuliani, Stefania Giada Meda, Catholic University of Milan (Italy)

F2.5

Foreign teenage mothers in Spain: a legal and statistical review of the phenomenon.

Pablo Álvarez Pérez, Octavio Vázquez Aguado, Manuela A. Fernández Borrero, University of Huelva (Spain)

05-sep

M2.1

Migration As the Process of Care Exclusion

Mobility, migration and family life 2

2:00 PM

Joanna Bielecka-Prus, Marie Curie-Sklodowska University, Butrym Marek, University of Warmia and Mazury (Poland)

Coord: Silvia Ruppenthal, Federal Institute for Population Research (Germany)

M2-2

Work-Related Multi-Local Residential Arrangements in Relationships and Families: What Kind of Relationship Concepts are involved?

Room: EV-104

Tammy Ries, Heiko Rüger, Federal Institute for Population Research, Michaela Schier, German Youth Institute (Germany)

M2.3

Uses and understandings of Norwegian work-family benefits among Norwegian and Polish-Norwegian couples

Margunn Bjornholt, Policy and Social Research, Kari Stefansen, Oslo and Akershus University (Norway)

M2.4

Metaphorical Concepts in Research on Migrant Families: Care Deficits, Social Capital and the Care Commons.

Lise Widding Isaksen, University of Bergen (Norway)

M2.5

The Migration and Wellbeing of the Zero Generation: Transgenerational Care, Grandparenting and Loneliness amongst Albanian Older People

Russel King, University of Sussex (UK) / Malmö University (Sweden), Eralba Cela, Marche Polytechnic University (Italy), Tineke Fokkema, NIDI / Erasmus University Rotterdam (Netherlands), Julie Vullnetari, University of Sussex (UK)

06-sep

M3.1

Transnational family relationships in the digital environment from the perspective of young migrants in Spain

Mobility, migration and family life 3

9:00 AM

Amparo Huertas Bailén, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Yolanda Martínez Suárez, Loja Technique University of Ecuador

Coord: Silvia Ruppenthal, Federal Institute for Population Research (Germany)

M3.2

Growing up transnational – Temporary stays abroad for children and families of Pakistani and Somali descent.

Room: EV-104

Hilde Liden (Norway)

M3.3

Migrant single-mother getting spouse: the case of Italy

Barbara Segatto, University of Padova, Alessandra Moro, Michela Franchetti, Lisa Sartorello, Federica Elmetti, AULSS 16 (Italy)

M3.4

Global Assignment and Gender-Specific Differences in Couple and Family Formation. New Findings from a Study on the German Foreign Service

Silvia Ruppenthal, Stine Waibel, Julika Hillmann, Heiko Rüger, Federal Institute for Population Research (Germany)

SESSION

Marriage and Consensual Unions

04-sep

MC1.1

Crossover Love: Intermarried partnering and gender position challenges in globalised Denmark

Coord: Karin Wall, University of Lisbon (Portugal)

9:00 AM

Rashmi Singla, Roskilde Unviversity, (Denmark)

Room: EII-101

MC1.2

The effects of unregistered Muslim marriages and the law of England and Wales

Vishal Vora, SOAS, University of London (UK)

MC1.3

Living Apart Together: Subtypes and Determinants in a Comparative Perspective

Nicole Schmiade, German Centre of Gerontology (Germany)

MC1.4

Family Configurations in old age: The consequences of Family Diversity for the Provision of Social Capital

Myrian Girardin, Eric Widmer, University of Geneva (Switzerland)

MC1.5

Evaluation of areas of change in unfaithfulness

Carmen Laspra, Miguel Martín, María Dívar, Joana Escamilla, Jose Pablo Bullard, María Isabel Beunza, Adrían Cano, Clinic University of Navarra (Spain)

SESSION

Family policies

05-sep

F1.1

The social cost of adoption and family networks

Family policies 1

2:00 PM

Barbara Segatto, University of Padova, Anna Dal Ben, University of Verona, Alessandra Moro, Michela Franchetti, Gianmaria Gioga, AULSS 16 (Italy)

Coord: Sandra Obiol Francés, Valencia University / Research Group COPOLIS (Spain)

F1.2

Legal status of cohabitation in young Poles’ perspective. What regulations are needed and why?

Room: EII-101

Monika Mynarska, Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw

F1.3

Communication between Policymakers and Society on Family Policy Issues: the Case of Lithuania

Egle Kavoliunaite Ragauskiene, Law Institute (Lithuania)

F1.4

Participation and protection. Dilemmas in Family Group Conference work.

Toril Jenssen, Amy Holtan, Renee Thornblad, Astrid Stradbu, UiT The Artic University of Norway

06-sep

F1.1

Bilingual families: the state of the field

Family policies 2

9:00 AM

María Aránzazu Ruiz Martín, Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain)

Coord: Sandra Obiol Francés, Valencia University / Research Group COPOLIS (Spain)

F2.2

Support of what? Parenthood and expertise in family projects in Finland

Room: EV-102

Ella Sihvonen, University of Helsinki (Finland)

F2.3

Child benefit in times of crisis. The Spanish child benefit system from territorial perspective.

Sandra Obiol Francés, Valencia University / Research Group COPOLIS (Spain)

F2.4

Youth care and child protection in a changing Dutch society

Goos Cardol (Netherlands)

SESSION

OPEN SYMPOSIUM Who is caring for childless elderly?

Coord: Beat Fux, University of Salzburg (Austria)

05-sep

EL1.1

The Impact of Childlessness on Living Conditions in the Context of distinct European Welfare Systems

Room: EII-103

2:00 PM

Beat Fux, University of Salzburg (Austria)

EL1.2

Social networks (community management) of childless older people in Europe

Christian Deindl, University of Cologne (Germany)

EL1.3

Family Policy Respond to Aging Society in Lithuania

Egle Kavoliunaite Ragauskiene, Vytautas Magnus University (Lithuania)

INVITED SYMPOSIA

INVITED SYMPOSIUM Engaged Siblingship

Coord: Ida Winther, Aarhus University (Denmark)

03-sep

ES1.1

Room: EII-104

5:00 PM

Ida Winther, Aarhus University (Denmark)

ES1.2

Charlotte Palludan, Aarhus University (Denmark)

ES1.3

Mads Rehder, Aarhus University (Denmark)

ES1.4

Elisabeth Beck-Gersheim, University of Munich (Germany)

INVITED SYMPOSIUM Transition to parenthood: What about fathers?

Coord: Barbara Figueiredo, Minho University (Portugal)

04-sep

TT1.1

Father’s trajectories of partner relationship over the transition to parenthood

Room: EII-103

2:30 PM

Catarina Canario, Barbara Figueiredo, Minho University (Portugal)

TT1.2

Father´s coparenting during the transition to parenthood

Tiago Miguel Pinto, Barbara Figueiredo, Minho University, Diogo Lamela, Polythecnic Institute of Viana do Castelo (Portugal)

TT1.3

Father’s parenting self-efficacy during the transition to parenthood

Luis Pinheiro, Barbara Figueiredo, Minho University (Portugal)

TT1.4

Father's 24-Hour urinary free cortisol from mid-pregnancy to 3-months postpartum

Barbara Figueiredo, Minho University, Ana Conde, Portucalense Infante D. Henrique University (Portugal)

TT1.5

Father´s psychological adjustment to the transition to twin parenthood

Iva Tendais, Barbara Figueired, Catarina Canario, Minho University (Portugal), David Kenny University of Connecticut, (USA)

INVITED SYMPOSIUM Family Relationships as protective factors in the adjustment process to adoption

Coord: Rosa Rosnati, Catholic University of Milan (Italy)

06-sep

FR1.1

Parental stress, family dynamics and children’s psychological adjustment in adoptive families: a comparative and longitudinal study

Room: EII-102

9:00 AM

Esperanza León, Jesús Palacios, Maite Román, Carmen Moreno and María-Gracia Peñarrubia, University of Seville (Spain)

FR1.2

Cross-sectional study on parental reflective functioning and adoption communication in adoptive families

Maria Barbosa-Ducharne, Joana Ferreira, Joana Soares and Raquel Barroso, University of Porto (Portugal)

FR1.3

The role of fathers and mothers in adoptive families: the links between parental role commitments, parenting practices and child well-being

J. Dubas, University of Utrecht, (Netherlands)

FR1.4

Family relationships and openness in communication in transracial adoptive families

Rosa Rosnati, Laura Ferrari, Sonia Ranieri, Catholic University of Milan (Italy)

INVITED SYMPOSIUM Tracing change and continuity in fatherhoods from different European perspectives

Coord: Tina Miller, Oxford Brookes University (UK) and Esther Dermott, University of Bristol (UK)

05-sep

TC1.1

Working fathers in Italy: Are fathers "more involved" in family life?

Room: EII-102

9:00 AM

Maria Letizia Bosoni, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan (Italy)

TC1.2

Therese Wisso, Gothengurg University, Lars Plantin, Malmö University(Sweden)

TC1.3

Men, Maternity and Moral Residue: Negotiating the moral demand of the transition of first time motherhood

Jonathan Ives, University of Birmingham (UK)

TC1.4

Giovanna Rossi, Sara Mazzucchelli, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart of Milan (Italy)

INVITED SYMPOSIUM Local welfare services, family care responsibilities, and female employment

Coord: Marjo Kuronen, University of Jyväskylä (Finland)

04-sep

LW1.1

Impact of care responsibilities on women's employment: A comparison between Nordic, Corporatist and East Asian Welfare Regimes

Room: EII-103

9:00 AM

Yueh-Ching Chou, National Yang-Ming University, Taipei (Taiwan), Birgit Pfau-Effinger, University of Hamburg (Germany), Teppo Kröger, University of Jyväskylä (Finland), Costanzo Ranci, Polytechnic of Milan (Italy)

LW1.2

Explaining the work-family balance in the local welfare context: Female educational factors and the use of care servicies in the city of Terrasa (Spain)

Almudena Moreno, University of Valladolid, Lluis Flaquer, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Anna Escobedo Caparrós, University of Barcelona, Fernando Antón, Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain)

LW1.3

Reconciling work and family care for older people: A local case study from Finland

Teppo Kröger, University of Jyväskylä (Finland)

INVITED SYMPOSIUM Doing Good Parenthood

Coord: Anna Sparrman, Linköping University (Sweden) /Discussant: Esther Dermott, University of Bristol (UK)

04-sep

DI.1

Good parenthood and the constitution of we-ness in everyday life

Room: EII-104

9:00 AM

Allan Westerling

DI.2

Hallmarks of good parenting. Constructions of parenthood in second time adoption assessment

Cecilia Lindgren

DI.3

Support teams and demands: ’Doing’ good parenthood through child culture

Anna Sparrman, David Cardell, Tobias Samuelsson,Anne-Li Lindgren

DI.4

Negotiating the good parent on on-line discussion boards

Judith Lind

DI.5

‘Keeping up’ online with children’s school lives -­‐ doing good parenthood through parental involvement in the Danish Public School

Maria Akselvoll

INVITED SYMPOSIUM Intergenerational family relations and migration from a life span perspective

Coord: Stephanie Barros Coimbra/Dieter Ferring, University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg)

05-sep

IF1.1

Parenting in a bicultural context is a multilevel complex task. A study of Moroccan second-generation early adolescents and their mothers living in France

Room: EII-104

9:00 AM

Colette Sabatier, Virginie Avezou-Boutry, Université Bordeaux Segalen (France)

IF1.2

Intergenerational solidarity, relationship satisfaction, values and altruism in emerging adults-parents dyads

Susana Coimbra, Marques, S.C., Matias, M., Oliveira, R., Silva, D. & Fontaine, A.M. , University of Porto (Portugal)

IF1.3

Regulation of intergenerational family relations between adult children and their ageing parents in the context of migration

Isabelle Albert, Stephanie Barros Coimbra, Dieter Ferring, University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg)

IF1.4

Regulating Family Networks: Centrality of Peripheral Communication

Jaan Valsiner, Aalborg Univeristy (Denmark), Nandita Chaudhary University of Delhi (India), Giuseppina Marsico, University of Salerno (Italy), Maliina Lyberth, Aalborg Univeristy (Denmark)

INVITED SYMPOSIUM "Late-forming" Families in Madrid: Ethnographic Research

Coord: Nancy Konvanlinka, Sandra Fernández García National University of Distance Education (Spain)

06-sep

LF1.1

Ethnographic Approaches to Late-Forming Families in Spain: From National to Transnational Contexts

Room: EII-101

9:00 AM

Raúl Sánchez Molina, National University of Distance Education (Spain)

LF1.2

“Late-forming” families in Spain in the framework of European kinship

Elena Hernández Corrochano, National University of Distance Education (Spain)

LF1.3

Images of Motherhood: Changes in long-term bonds

Sandra Fernández García, National University of Distance Education (Spain)

LF1.4

Better Late than Never? Ambivalence towards Delay in Family Formation in Madrid

Nancy Konvalinka, National University of Distance Education (Spain)

INVITED SYMPOSIUM Beyond comparison: New trends in research with lesbian, gay and bisexual parent families across Europe.

Coord: Jorge Gato, Univerisity of Porto(Portugal)

05-sep

BC1.1

Lesbian and gay families in Germany – How does growing up in same-sex families affect children’s development?

Room: EII-103

9:00 AM

Pia Bergold, Andrea Buschner, State Institute for Family Research at the University of Bamberg, Kathrin Beckh, Fabienne Becker-Stoll, State Institute of Early Childhood Research (Germany)

BC1.2

Attitudes toward lesbian and gay parent families in the health domain

Jorge Gato, Univerisity of Porto(Portugal)

BC1.3

Early social experiences of young adults with lesbian mothers or gay fathers in Spain

Francisca López-Gaviño, M.-Mar González , University of Seville (Spain)

BC1.4

Bisexual motherhood: Narrating a bisexual parenting identity in the UK

Fiona Tasker, Birkbeck University of London (UK), Marie Delvoye, University of Liege (Belgium)

INVITED SYMPOSIUM Lifecourse, families and relationships

Coord: Rita Gouveia, ICS_UL University of Lisbon (Portugal)

04-sep

LF1.1

Changing meanings of family in personal relationships: a comparative perspective

Room: EII-102

2:30 PM

Karin Wall, Rita Gouveia, ICS_UL University of Lisbon (Portugal), Vida Cesnuityte, Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania), Gaelle Aeby, University of Lausanne (Switzerland)

LF1.2

The interrelation of family configurations and conjugal interaction

Manuela Schicka, Jana Vesela, NCCR LIVES, University of Geneva (Switzerland)

LF1.3

Falling in and out of love, leaving home and living together: quantitative and qualitative approaches to de-standardization of the life course

Magda Nico, ICS_UL University of Lisbon (Portugal)

LF1.4

Studying the complex dynamics of family relationships: a figurational approach

Anna-Maija Castrén, University of Eastern Finland, Kaisa Ketokivi, University of Helsinki (Finland)

LF1.5

Social Ties that Matter in Light of Cohabitation Trajectories: an international perspective

Aeby Gaëlle, Jacques-Antoine Gauthier, University of Lausanne (Switzerland), Vida Cesnuityte, Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania), Rita Gouveia, Vasco Ramos, ICS_UL University of Lisbon (Portugal)

LF1.6

Inequality and Family: in the transition to early life. Evidence from 3 portuguese cohorts

Vasco Ramos, ICS_UL University of Lisbon (Portugal)

INVITED SYMPOSIUM Dementia and the family: developing a textured relational framework

Coord: Edward Tolhurst, Staffordshire University (UK)

03-sep

DF1.1

Understandings of housework in the context of dementia: a couplehood perspective

Room: EII-103

5:00 PM

Ingrid Hellström, Lars-Christer Hydén, Linköping University (Sweden)

DF1.2

DF1.3

Families living with dementia: ‘she is the mainstay in my life’

Susan Benbow, Chester University (UK)

DF1.4

Working with the Mass-Observation Archive

Mark Lovatt, Staffordshire University (UK)

DF1.5

Social and cultural impacts upon the spousal dyad: insights from a qualitative study

Edward Tolhurst, Staffordshire University (UK)

POSTER SESSION

Coord: Judith Dubas, University of Utrech (Netherlands)

04-SEP (12:30am – 1:30pm)

Room: Corridor of the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration (between Modulo II and Modulo V)

POSTERS

Work and family responsibility: a challenge in Brazilian framework

Kenia Cristina Lopes Abrao, Santa Catarina Federal University, Regina Celia Tamaso Mioto, Catholic University of Pelotas (Brasil)

Contacts with their Children and Social Capital among Elderly Japanese people Living Alone in Rural Area

Tomoo Nakata, Hokusei Gakuen University, Masami Nakata, Kyushu University (Japan)

Analysis of physical aggression reciprocity in violence towars parents

Noelia Morán Rodríguez, María González Álvarez, Natalia Redondo Rodríguez, Complutense University of Madrid (Spain)

Risk predictive factors of violence toward parents

María González Álvarez, Noelia Morán Rodríguez, Complutense University of Madrid (Spain)

Stretching the family budget: discourses on consumption in Spain in a context of austerity policies

Luis Enrique Alonso, Carlos J. Fernández Rodríguez, Rafael Ibañez Rojo, Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain)

Couples and economic crises: changing patterns of money management

Lina Coelho, M. Alexandra Ferreiro-Valente, University of Coimbra (Portugal)

Attitudes towards Pre-implantation Diagnostics in German Couples in Infertility Treatment

Bettina Schuhrke, Protestant University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt (Germany)

The role of social capital on the subjective well-being of Japanese mothers: Single mothers versus mothers in two-parent households

Akiko Iwama, Rikkyo University (Japan)

Young men, young fathers in changing couples. How does the distribution of domestic tasks affect the quality of relationships?

Pablo García-Ruiz, Nuria del Olmo, Pau Mari-Klose, University of Zaragoza, Marga Mari-Klose, Barcelona University (Spain)

Father involvement in cohabiting families and married families: a comparative analysis

Xiaoteng Hu, Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain)

Intergenerational relations between adult children and their older parents: A comparison between host nationals and Portuguese immigrants in Luxembourg

Stephanie Barros Coimbra, Isabelle Albert, Dieter Ferring, University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg)

Changing family, kinship and social bonds: possibilities and challenges of a twofold methodological approach in community

Aino Luotonen, University of Helsinki (Finland)

Family Migration and the Rights of 'Insiders'

Christina Götzelmann, University College Dublin (Ireland)

Global care chains, debts and crises: transnational families in a neoliberal context

Rosa Ortiz Monera, Research group COPOLIS (Spain)

Future families in the accounts of university students

Hannele Forsberg, Ritva Nätkin, University of Tampere (Finland)

Intervention with a group of male fathers with children at risk of social exclusion

Ruben García Sánchez, Inés Collado, Opción 3, Carmen Almendros, M. Jesús Martín, Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain)

Couples' talk about the division of household labor

Charlott Nyman, Umea University, Kristina Erikson,The Swedish Agency for Public Management (Sweden)

Identity development and attitudes toward marriage in unmarried young adults: Romantic relationship quality and parents’ marital adjustment as mediators

Hiroshi Utsunomiya, Ritsumeikan University (Japan)

The specific issues of intimate relationship and family starting in women with MRKH syndrome

Aleksandra Chodecka, Marta Szymanska-Pytlinska, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Karina Kapczuk, Marcinkowski University of Medical in Pozan (Poland)

Patterns of intergenerational co-residence in former socialist countries. The role of adult children’s and parents’ needs and opportunities

Mihaela Haragus, Paul-Todor Haragus, Babes-Bolyai University (Romania)

Experiences and Reflections on Extended Breastfeeding in the Finnish Culture: Mother’s Well-being and Family Relations

Jenny Säilävaara, University of Jyväskylä (Finland)

Parental care of daughters with MRKH Syndrome

Marta Szymańska-Pytlińska, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Katarzyna Walczyk-Matyja, Witold Kedzia, Poznan University of Medical Sciences (Poland)

Children’s representations of family life in Madrid

Ruth Campos, Nieves Galera, Ione Belarra, Karmele Mendoza, Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain), Patricia Campos-Ramos, University of Brasilia (Brasilia)

Primera Alianza: a brief family intervention program for the enhancing of healthy attachments within at-risk families

Carlos Pitillas, Amaia Halty, Ana Berástegui, Comillas Pontifical University (Spain)

Reconciliation measures offered by companies and life satisfaction. A comparative study with different types of families in three European regions.

Marta Díez; Beatriz Morgado, University of Seville (Spain)

Association between family functioning and marital satisfaction in Spanish couples

María Beunza, Raquel Martín, Carmen Laspra, María Dívar, Clinic University of Navarra (Spain)

Attachment style and representation of early attachment experiences

Joana Cabral, Inês Jongenelen, Diogo Lamela, Lusófona University of Porto, Paula Mena Matos, University of Porto, (Portugal)

Association between family structure and marital satisfaction in a sample of dysfunctional marriages

Adrián Cano, Joana Escamilla, Raquel Martín, Carmen Laspra, Isabel Beunza, Clinic University of Navarra (Spain)

Does the quality of parent-child relationship mediate the effects of neighbourhood assets on adolescent well-being?

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