Publication: Family Attitudes and Fertility Timing in Sweden

Title: Family Attitudes and Fertility Timing in Sweden Authors: Jennifer A. Holland and Renske Keizer Journal: European Journal of Population/Revue Européenne de Démographie, 31(3): 259-85, DOI 10.1007/s10680-014-9333-x Abstract: Employing a novel latent attitude profile approach, as developed by Moors (2008), within the Theory of Planned Behavior, this paper models the association between attitudes and the... Continue Reading →

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News: Media coverage of recent publication on ‘Partner choice and timing of first marriage’

On Tuesday 21 July 2015, findings from research conducted in collaboration with Kenneth Aarskaug Wiik (Statistics Norway) about "Partner choice and timing of first marriage among children of immigrants in Norway and Sweden" were featured in an article entitled "Få gifter
 seg 
utenfor 
båsen [Few get married outside their 'group']" in Vårt Land. (For an English translation via Google Translate click... Continue Reading →

WIP: How Does Cohabitation Fit into the Family Life Course? Ideals and norms in Europe

Title: How Does Cohabitation Fit into the Family Life Course? Ideals and norms in Europe Authors: Jennifer A. Holland and Helga de Valk Abstract: Whether life courses are shaped by social norms or are primarily governed by individual preferences is a matter of debate. In this paper we investigate whether non-marital cohabitation norms structure individuals’ understanding... Continue Reading →

News: New research project “Cohabitation and family complexity”

Along with research teams in Sweden (Elizabeth Thomson (PI), Gunnar Anderson, Eva Bernhardt), Norway (Kenneth Aarskaug Wiik), and the United States (Kelly Musick), I will investigate how cohabitation is related to family instability and the formation of complex families in Sweden, more broadly in Europe, and the United States. This research project will take advantage of newly available Swedish Generations and... Continue Reading →

WIP: Pathways into Family Life among Migrant and Majority Populations

Title: Pathways into Family Life among Migrant and Majority Populations in Scandinavia Authors: Jennifer A. Holland and Kenneth Aarskaug Wiik Abstract: Using high-quality administrative register data, we investigate differential pathways into family life among all migrant- and non-migrant-background individuals born between 1972 and 1989, who grew up in Sweden and Norway.  Beginning a family via marriage... Continue Reading →

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