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Wissenschaftliche Publikationen

Peer Reviewed Articles

2015

Heers, Marieke, Joris Ghysels, Wim Groot, and Henriette Maassen van den Brink. 2015. “Differentiated Effects of Community Schooling on Cognitive and Social-Emotional Learning Outcomes.” School Effectiveness and School Improvement 26 (3): 354–81, doi:10.1080/09243453.2014.975138.

Kleiner, Brian, Oliver Lipps, and Eliane Ferrez. 2015. “Language Ability and Motivation Among Foreigners in Survey Responding.” Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 3 (3): 339–60, doi:10.1093/jssam/smv015.

Lipps, Oliver, Nicolas Pekari, and Caroline Roberts. 2015. “Undercoverage and Nonresponse in a List-Sampled Telephone Election Survey.” Survey Research Methods 9 (2): 71–82.

Ochsner, Michael, Tobias Wolbring, and Sven E. Hug. 2015. “Quality Criteria for Sociology: What Sociologists Can Learn from the Project ‘Developing and Testing Research Quality Criteria in the Humanities’.” Sociologia e Politiche Sociali 18 (2): 90–110, doi:10.3280/SP2015-002005.

Ryser, Valérie-Anne, and Jean-Marie Le Goff. 2015. “Family Attitudes and Gender Opinions of Cohabiting and Married Mothers in Switzerland?” Family Science, 6(1), 370-379, doi:10.1080/19424620.2015.1102155.

Selb, Peter and Georg Lutz. 2015. “Lone Fighters: Intraparty Competition, Interparty Competition, and Candidates’ Vote Seeking Efforts in Open-Ballot PR Election.” Electoral Studies 39: 329-337.

Szalma, Ivett, and Judit Takács. 2015. “Who Remains Childless? Unrealized Fertility Plans in Hungary.” Czech Sociological Review 51 (6).

Vandenplas, Caroline, Dominique Joye, Michèle Ernst Stähli, and Alexandre Pollien. 2015. “Identifying Pertinent Variables for Nonresponse Follow-Up Surveys: Lessons Learned from 4 Cases in Switzerland.” Survey Research Methods 9 (3): 141–58.

Voorpostel, Marieke, and Hilde Coffé. 2015. “The Effect of Parental Separation on Young Adults’ Political and Civic Participation.” Social Indicators Research 124 (1): 295–316.

Wernli, Boris, and Caroline Henchoz. 2015a. “Les conséquences financières du départ du foyer parental. Une analyse longitudinale des données du Panel suisse de ménages.” Revue Suisse de Sociologie 41 (2): 311–28.

Wernli, Boris, Valérie-Anne Ryser, and Carmen Borrat-Besson. 2015. “Bien-être subjectif: L’impact du départ à la retraite en Suisse.” Revue Suisse de Sociologie 41 (3): 377–99.

 

Book Sections

Monica Budowski, Maurizia Masia, Robin Tillmann. 2015. Switzerland. In: Grzegorz Libor, Dorota Nowalska Kapuscik, Poor Europe. The Problem of Poverty in Chosen European Countries, Editor: Wydawnictwo US, Place: Katowice, Year: 2015

Lipps, Oliver. 2015. Regression. In Methoden-Lexikon für die Sozialwissenschaften. Springer.

Stam, Alexandra. 2015. Migration-Related Vulnerability: The Example of Domestic Violence among Marriage Migrants in the Swiss Context. In Marriage Migration and Multicultural Relationships, Heikkila and Rauhut, 159–77. Turku, Finland: Institute of Migration.

 

Peer Reviewed Articles

2014

Henchoz, Caroline, and Boris Wernli. 2014. “La satisfaction des couples en Suisse face à la répartition des tâches ménagères: une approche longitudinale.” Population 68 (4): 617–42.

Henchoz, Caroline, and Boris Wernli. 2014. “Satisfaction with the Division of Household Tasks in Switzerland: A Longitudinal Approach.” Population 68 (4): 533–56.

Lachat, Romain, Georg Lutz, and Isabelle Stadelmann-Steffen. 2014. The 2011 Swiss Elections: Introduction.” Swiss Political Science Review, 20(4): 515–19, doi:10.1111/spsr.12137.

Lebert, Florence. 2014. “Der Einfluss der Arbeitsbelastungen auf die Lebenszufriedenheit unter Berücksichtigung des Lebenspartners beziehungsweise der Lebenspartnerin.” Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Soziologie 40 (3): 451–74.

Matysiak, Anna, and Ivett Szalma. 2014. “Effects of Parental Leave Policies on Second Birth and Women’s Employment in Hungary and Poland.” Population 69(4).

Miettinen, Anneli, and Ivett Szalma . 2014. “Childlessness intentions and ideals in Europe.” In: Finnish Yearbook of Population Research XLIX 2014, pp. 31-55.

Ochsner, Michael, Sven E. Hug, and Hans-Dieter Daniel. 2014. “Setting the Stage for the Assessment of Research Quality in the Humanities: Consolidating the Results of Four Empirical Studies.” Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft 17(6 Supplement): 111–32.

Roberts, Caroline, Caroline Vandenplas, and Michèle Ernst Stähli. 2014. “Using Register Data to Assess the Impact of Response Enhancement Methods on the Risk of Nonresponse Bias.” Survey Research Methods, 8(2): 67–80.

Rosset, Jan. 2014. “Book Review of ‘Voter Turnout: A Social Theory of Political Participation’ by Meredith Rolfe.” Swiss Political Science Review, 20(2): 354–56.

Selb, Peter, and Georg Lutz. 2014. “Lone Fighters: Intraparty Competition, Interparty Competition, and Candidates’ Vote Seeking Efforts in Open-Ballot PR Elections.” Electoral Studies, doi:10.1016/j.electstud.2014.04.009.

Stam, Alexandra. 2014. “‘The Heart Has Its Reasons That Reason Does Not Know’ – Really? Exploring Migration Decision-Making Using the Biographical Approach.” Siirtolaisuusinstituutti Tutkimuksia, no. A 46: 20–25.

Szalma, Ivett, and Anneli Miettinen. 2014. “Childlessness intentions and ideals in Europe.” In: Finnish Yearbook of Population Research XLIX 2014, pp. 31-55.

Szalma, Ivett. 2014. “A gyermekvállalás társadalmi normái és a mesterséges megtermékenyítéssel  kapcsolatos attitűdök vizsgálata Magyarországon és Európában.” In: Replika 85-86: 35-57.

Szalma, Ivett. 2014. “Hogyan alakult a kétkeresõs családok munka és magánélet közötti konfliktusa a válság hatására 2004 és 2010 között Európában?” In Szociológiai Szemle 24(1): 102–129.

Takacs, Judit, and Ivett Szalma. 2014. “A homoszexualitással kapcsolatos társadalmi attitűdök vizsgálata Magyarországon és Romániában.” In Erdélyi Tàrsadalom, 12(1): 9-30.

Tillmann, Robin, Budowski, Monica, and Masia, Maurizia. 2014. “Stratification, mobilité sociale et positionnement politique en Suisse.” Revue Suisse de Sociologie, 40(1): 121–38.

Van der Lippe, Tanja, Marieke Voorpostel, and Belinda Hewitt. 2014. “Disagreements among Cohabiting and Married Couples in 22 European Countries.” Demographic Research, 31: 247–74, doi:10.4054/DemRes.2014.31.10.

Voorpostel, Marieke, and Hilde Coffé. 2014. “The Effect of Parental Separation on Young Adults’ Political and Civic Participation.” Social Indicators Research, September 26, doi: 10.1007/s11205-014-0770-z.

Books / Edited Books / Edited Journals

Sapin, Marlène, Dario Spini, and Eric D. Widmer. 2014. Les Parcours de vie: de l’adolescence au grand âge. Lausanne: PPUR, collection «Le Savoir Suisse».

Lachat, Romain, Georg Lutz, and Isabelle Stadelmann-Steffen (eds.). 2014. The 2011 Swiss Elections. Special Issue of the Swiss Political Science Review. Vol. 20.

Harcsa, Istvàn, and Ivett Szalma (eds.). 2014. Szociológiai Szemle: Fókusz: Változó családok itthon és Európában, 2014(1).

Geambasu, Réka, and Ivett Szalma (eds.). 2014. Erdélyi Társadalom 12/1.

Book Sections

Budowski, Monica and Robin Tillmann. 2014. Social Stratification. In Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, Michalos, Alex C. (ed.), pp. 6153–6156. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-94-007-0753-5_2787.

Budowski, Monica und Robin Tillmann. 2014. Switzerland. In Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, Michalos, Alex C. (ed.), pp. 6534–6537. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-94-007-0753-5_2960.

Farago, Peter. 2014. Understanding How Research Infrastructures Shape the Social Sciences: Impact, Challenges, and Outlook. In Facing the Future. European Research Infrastructures for the Humanities and Social Sciences, Dusa, Adrian, Dietrich Nelle, Günter Stock, and Gert. G. Wagner (eds.), pp. 21-38. Berlin: SCIVERO.

Lipps, Oliver. 2014. Verschiedene Einträge zu „Regression“. In Methoden-Lexikon für die Sozialwissenschaften, R. Diaz-Bone, C. Weischer (eds), Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

Pollien, Alexandre, and Dominique Joye. 2014. Patterns of Contact Attempts in Surveys. In Advances in Sequence Analysis: Theory, Method, Applications, P. Blanchard, F. Bühlmann, J.-A. Gauthier (eds.), pp. 285-304. Wiesbaden: Springer.

Schmid Botkine, Céline, and Carmen Borrat-Besson. 2014. Demografische Alterung und Altersvorsorge: Das Beispiel der Schweiz. In Das erzwungene Paradies des Alters?, Anton Amann, Franz (eds.), pp. 51-70. Wiesbaden: Springer.

Voorpostel, Marieke. 2014. Free Time with Partners. In Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, Michalos, Alex C. (ed.), pp. 2355-2356. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-94-007-0753-5_3721

Peer Reviewed Articles

2013

Bartus, Tamas, Livia Murinko, Ivett Szalma, and Bernadett Szel. 2013. Effect of education on second births in Hungary: A test of the partner effect hypothesis.
Demographic Research, 28(1): 1-32, doi: 10.4054/DemRes.2013.28.1

Ernst Stähli, Michèle, and Dominique Joye. 2013. Non-respondent Surveys:
Pertinence and Feasibility. The Survey Statistician, No. 68: 16–22.

Oesch, Daniel, and Oliver Lipps. 2013. “Does Unemployment Hurt Less If There Is More of It Around? A Panel Analysis of Life Satisfaction in Germany and Switzerland.” European Sociological Review 29 (5): 955–967, doi:10.1093/esr/jcs071.

Renschler, Isabelle, and Brian Kleiner. 2013. “Considering dialect in survey research.” Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/Bulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique, 118: 51-59, doi: 10.1177/0759106313476196.

Rosset, Jan. 2013. “Are the Policy Preferences of Relatively Poor Citizens Under-represented in the Swiss Parliament?” Journal of Legislative Studies. 19 (4): 490–504, doi: 10.1080/13572334.2013.812363.

Rosset, Jan, Nathalie Giger, and Julian Bernauer. 2013. “More Money, Fewer Problems? Cross-Level Effects of Economic Deprivation on Political Representation.” West European Politics 36 (4): 817–835. doi: 10.1080/01402382.2013.783353.

Takács, Judit, and Ivett Szalma. 2013. Az azonos nemű párok általi örökbefogadással kapcsolatos attitűdök Magyarországon (Attitudes towards adoption by same sex couples in Hungary). Socio.hu, 2(7), 1-33.

Takács, Judit, and Ivett Szalma. 2013. How to Measure Homophobia in an International Comparison? Družboslovne Razprave, 73 (1): 11–42.

Widmer, E. D., Nadine Kempf, Marlène Sapin, and Giuliana Galli Carminati. 2013. “Family Beyond Parents? An Exploration of Family Configurations and Psychological Adjustment of Young Adults with Intellectual Disabilities.” Research in
Developmental Disabilities
, 34 (1): 207–217.

Widmer, Eric D., Gaëlle Aeby, and Marlène Sapin. 2013. “Collecting Data on Family Configurations.” International Review of Sociology, 23 (1): 27–46.

Voorpostel, Marieke. 2013. “Just Like Family: Fictive Kin Relationships in the
Netherlands.” The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 68 (5): 816-824, doi: 10.1093/geronb/gbt048.

Edited Books

Kleiner, Brian, Isabelle Renschler, Boris Wernli, Peter Farago, and Dominique Joye (eds). 2013. Understanding Research Infrastructures in the Social Sciences.
Zürich: Seismo. Click here to read the PDF.

Bühlmann, Felix, Céline Schmid Botkine, Peter Farago, François Höpflinger, Dominique Joye, René Levy, Pasqualina Perrig-Chiello, and Christian Suter (eds). 2013. Swiss Social Report 2012: Generations in Perspective. Zürich: Seismo.

Tillmann, Robin. 2013. Vers une société sans classes? Le cas de la société suisse contemporaine (1970-2008). Paris: L’Harmattan.

Book Sections

Borrat-Besson, Carmen, Valérie-Anne Ryser, and Boris Wernli. 2013. Transition Between Frailty States – A European Comparison.” In Active ageing and solidarity between generations in Europe. First results from SHARE after the economic
crisis
, ed. Axel Börsch-Supan, Martina Brandt, Howard Litwin, Guglielmo Weber. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Diaz-Bone, Rainer, and Georg Lutz. 2013. Survey-Kompetenz für komplexe
Anforderungen in der heutigen Markt- und Sozialforschung: Der Masterstudiengang «Public Opinion and Survey Methodology». In Jahrbuch Markt- und
Sozialforschung Schweiz 2013
. Alpnach: vsms-Verband Schweizer Markt- und Sozialforschung.

Goastellec, Gaële, and Nicolas Pekari. 2013. Gender Differences and Inequalities in Academia: Findings in Europe. In The Work Situation of the Academic Profession in Europe: Findings of a Survey in Twelve Countries, 8:55–78. Dordrecht:
Springer.

Goastellec, Gaële, and Nicolas Pekari. 2013. The Internationalization of Academic Markets, Careers and Profession. In The Work Situation of the Academic
Profession in Europe: Findings of a Survey in Twelve Countries
, 8:229–248. Dordrecht: Springer.

Goastellec, Gaële, and Nicolas Pekari. 2013. Reforming Faculties’ Careers: Between Prestige and Performance, Universalism and Particularism. In Reforming Higher Education: Public Policy Design and Implementation, Vol. 41. London: Springer.

Krügel, Sybil, and Eliane Ferrez. 2013. Sozialwissenschaftliche Infrastrukturen für die qualitative Forschung – Stand der Integration von qualitativen Daten bei DARIS (FORS).” In Forschungsinfrastrukturen für die qualitative Sozialforschung, ed. Denis Huschka, Hubert Knoblauch, Claudia Oellers, Heike Solga, 113–124. Berlin: Scivero.

Lipps, Oliver, Francesco Laganà, Alexandre Pollien, and Lavinia Gianettoni. 2013. Under-representation of Foreign Minorities in Cross-sectional and Longitudinal Surveys in Switzerland. In Surveying Ethnic Minorities and Immigrant Populations: Methodological Challenges and Research Strategies, ed. Joan Font, Monica Mendez. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Müller, Nicolas S., Marlène Sapin, Jacques-Antoine Gauthier, Alina Orita, and Eric D. Widmer. 2013. Psychiatric Troubles – Life Course Disorders? Exploring the Life Trajectories of Individuals Under Psychotherapy. In Gendered Life Courses Between Individualization and Standardization. A European Approach to Switzerland, ed. René Levy and Eric D. Widmer. Berlin, Münster, Wien, Zürich, London: LIT Verlag.

Szalma, Ivett, and Judit Takacs. 2013. Should men have more rights…? Gender
role-related attitudes before and during the 2008 crisis. In Retrenchment and Renewal? Welfare States in Times of Economic Crises, ed. Guðmundur Jónsson and Kolbeinn Stefánsson 207–245, 1st ed. Helsinki: Nordic Centre of Excellence NordWel.

 

2012

Giger, Nathalie, Jan Rosset, and Julian Bernauer. 2012. “The Poor Political Representation of the Poor in a Comparative Perspective.” Representation 48(1): 47–61. DOI 10.1080/00344893.2012.653238

Kissau, Kathrin, Georg Lutz, and Jan Rosset. 2012. “Unequal Representation of Age Groups in Switzerland.” Representation 48(1): 63–81. DOI 10.1080/00344893.2012.653241

Lipps, Oliver. 2012. “A Note on Improving Contact Times in Panel Surveys.” Field Methods 24(1): 95–111. DOI 10.1177/1525822X11417966

Lipps, Oliver. 2012. “Using Information from Telephone Panel Surveys to Predict Reasons for Refusal.” Methoden — Daten — Analysen 6 (1): 3–20.

Lutz, Georg. 2012. “The 2011 Swiss Federal Elections: Right-wing Defeat and Increased Fractionalisation.” West European Politics 35 (3): 682–693. DOI 10.1080/01402382.2012.665747

Müller, Nicolas S., Marlène Sapin, Jacques-Antoine Gauthier, Alina Orita, and Eric D. Widmer. 2012. “Pluralized Life Courses? An Exploration of the Life Trajectories of Individuals with Psychiatric Disorders.” International Journal of Social Psychiatry 58 (3): 266–277. DOI 10.1177/0020764010393630

Oesch, Daniel, and Oliver Lipps. 2012. “Does Unemployment Hurt Less If There Is More of It Around? A Panel Analysis of Life Satisfaction in Germany and Switzerland.” European Sociological Review (Published online before print). DOI 10.1093/esr/jcs071.

Voorpostel, Marieke and Hilde Coffé. 2012. “Transitions in partnership and parental status, gender, and political and civic participation.” European Sociological Review 28(1): 28-42. DOI 10.1093/esr/jcq046.

Voorpostel, Marieke, Tanja Van der Lippe, and Henk Flap. 2012. “For better or worse: Negative life events and sibling relationships.” International Sociology 27(3): 329- 346. (Published online before print). DOI 10.1177/0268580911423051.

2011

Kleiner, Brian, Claudia Heinzmann, Thomas S. Eberle, and Manfred Max Bergman. 2011. “Qualitative Data Archiving in Switzerland.” IASSIST Quarterly 35: 77-79.

Komter, Aafke, Marieke Voorpostel, and Trees Pels. 2011. “Not accepted by the family: ‘Being difficult’ or ‘being different’?” Journal of Family Issues 32 (2): 237-263. DOI 10.1177/0192513X10377065.

Kuhn, Ursina. 2011. “Persuasion effects in electoral campaigns – A comparative analysis of Household Panel data.” Schmollers Jahrbuch 131(2): 401-418.

Laganà, Francesco, Guy Elcheroth, Sandra Penic, Brian Kleiner, and Nicole Fasel. 2011. “National minorities and their representation in social surveys: which prac- tices make a difference?” Quality & Quantity: 1-28. DOI 10.1007/s11135-011-9591-1.

Laganà, Francesco and Alberto Violante, 2011. “Rocco e I suoi eredi: permanenza e mutamento nelle migrazioni Sud-Nord” [eng. Translation: Persistence and changes in internal migration in Italy], Sociologia del Lavoro, 121:26-47. DOI 10.3280/SL2011-121003.

Laganà, Francesco. 2011. “Blocked Mobility or Unemployment Risk? Labour market transition of immigrants and natives in Switzerland”, International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 52(4): 327-349. DOI 10.1177/0020715211412115.

Lipps, Oliver, and Alexandre Pollien. 2011. “Effects of Interviewer Experience on Components of Nonresponse in the European Social Survey.” Field Methods 23(2): 156-172. DOI 10.1177/1525822X10387770.

Miles, Andrew, Mike Savage, and Felix Bühlmann. 2011. “Telling a modest story: accounts of men’s upward mobility from the National Child Development Study.” The British Journal of Sociology 62(3): 418–441. DOI 10.1111/j.1468-4446.2011.01372.x.

Miller, Kristen, Rory Fitzgerald, José-Luis Padilla, Stephanie Willson, Sally Widdop, Rachel Caspar, Nicole Schöbi, et al. 2011. “Design and Analysis of Cognitive Interviews for Comparative Multinational Testing.” Field Methods 23 (4) (November 1): 379 -396.

Müller, Nicolas S., Marlène Sapin, Jacques-Antoine Gauthier, Alina Orita, and Eric D. Widmer. 2011. “Pluralized life courses? An exploration of the life trajectories of individuals with psychiatric disorders.” International Journal of Social Psychiatry: (Published online before print, March 29, 2011). DOI 10.1177/0020764010393630.

Pollien, Alexandre. 2011. “Faire une pause ou bifurquer? Essai de typologie des trajectoires de formation.” Education et sociétés 26: 123-143.

Voorpostel, Marieke, and Oliver Lipps. 2011. “Attrition in the Swiss Household Panel: Is change associated with drop-out?” Journal of Official Statistics 27(2): 301-318.

Voorpostel, Marieke, and Djamila Schans. 2011. “Sibling relationships in Dutch and immigrant families.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 34(12): 2027-2047. DOI 10.1080/01419870.2010.496490.

2010

Budowski, Monica, Robin Tillmann, Wiebke Keim, and Michèle Amacker. 2010. “Conceptualising ʻprecarious prosperityʼ – Empirical and Theoretical Elements for Debate.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 51(4): 268-288. DOI 10.1177/0020715210368840.

Henchoz, Caroline, and Boris Wernli. 2010. Cycle de vie et travaux ménagers en Suisse: les travaux ménagers des hommes et des femmes lors des étapes de la vie familiale. Swiss Journal of Sociology 36(2) 235-257.

Jäckle, Annette, Caroline Roberts, and Peter Lynn. 2010. Assessing the Effect of Data Collection Mode on Measurement. International Statistical Review 78(1) 3-20. DOI 10.1111/j.1751-5823.2010.00102.x.

Le Goff, Jean-Marie, and Valérie-Anne Ryser. 2010. The meaning of marriage for men during their transition to fatherhood. The Swiss context. Marriage & Family Review 46(1) 1-19. DOI 10.1080/01494921003648654.

Lipps, Oliver. 2010. Effects of different Incentives on Attrition and Fieldwork Effort in Telephone Household Panel Surveys. Survey Research Methods 4(2) 81-90.

Lipps, Oliver. 2010. Interviewer-Respondent Socio-Demographic Matching and Survey Cooperation. Survey Practice 3(4).

Lipps, Oliver, and Georg Lutz. 2010. How Answers on Political Attitudes are Shaped by Interviewers: Evidence from a Panel Survey. Swiss Journal of Sociology 36(2) 345-358.

Lipps, Oliver, and Florence Moreau-Gruet. 2010. Change of individual BMI in Switzerland and the USA: a multilevel model for growth. International Journal of Public Health 55: 299-306. DOI 10.1007/s00038-009-0097-8.

Lutz, Georg. 2010. “The electoral success of beauties and beast.” Swiss Political Science Review 16(3) 457-480. DOI 10.1002/j.1662-6370.2010.tb00437.x.

Lutz, Georg. 2010. “First come, first served: the effect of ballot position on electoral success in open list PR elections.” Representation 46(2) 167-181. DOI 10.1080/00344893.2010.485808.

Pollien, Alexandre, and Lorenzo Bonoli. 2010. “Itinéraires de formation et lignes biographiques.” Swiss Journal of Sociology 36(2) 277-297.

Tillmann, Robin. 2010. “Une société de classes moyennes ? Le cas de la société suisse contemporaine.” Sociologie 1(2) 253-271.

Voorpostel, Marieke. 2010. “Attrition in the Swiss Household Panel by demographic characteristics and levels of social involvement.” Swiss Journal of Sociology 36(2) 359-377.

Voorpostel, Marieke, and Djamila Schans. 2010. „De relatie tussen volwassen broers en zussen in autochtone en allochtone families.“ Migrantenstudies 26(3) 241- 261.

Voorpostel, Marieke, Tanja Van der Lippe, and Jonathan Gershuny. 2010. “Spending time together: Changes over four decades in leisure time spent with a spouse.” Journal of Leisure Research 42(2) 243-265.

Wernli, Boris. 2010. « Tels parents, tels enfants ? L’utilisation de données de seconde main dans l’étude des influences politiques parentales en Suisse. » Bulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique 106(1) 19-43. DOI 10.1177/0759106309360113.

2009

Budowski, Monica, Maurizia Masia, and Robin Tillmann. 2009. “Psychological Health: an Analysis of the Intersection of Cumulative Disadvantage and Partnership Events.” Swiss Journal of Sociology 35(2): 357-376.

Kleiner, Brian, Yuling Pan, Jerelyn Bouic. 2009. “The Impact of Instructions on Survey Translation: An Experimental Study.” Survey Research Methods 3(3): 113-122.

Komter, Aafke and Marieke Voorpostel. 2009. “Niet geaccepteerd door de familie: Een kwestie van ʻmoeilijk zijnʼ of ʻanders zijnʼ? = Not accepted by the family: A matter of ʻbeing difficultʼ or ʻbeing differentʼ?” Mens & Maatschappij, 84(1): 46-71.

Kuhn, Ursina. 2009. “Stability and change in party preferences.” Swiss Political Science Review, 15(3): 463-494. DOI 10.1002/j.1662-6370.2009.tb00142.x.

Lipps, Oliver. 2009. “Cooperation in centralised CATI Household Panel Surveys – A Contact-based Multilevel Analysis to Examine Interviewer, Respondent, and Fieldwork Process Effects.” Journal of Official Statistics, 25(3): 323-338.

Nguyen, Vi Cao, Emmanuel Fragnière, Jacques-Antoine Gauthier, Marlène Sapin, and Eric D. Widmer. 2009. “Optimizing the marriage market through the reallocation of partners: An application of the linear assignment model to population issues.” European Journal of Operational Research, 202(2): 547-553.

Oris, Michel, Catherine Ludwig, Anik de Ribaupierre, Dominique Joye, and Dario Spini. 2009. “Linked lives and self-regulation. Lifespan – life course: Is it really the same?” Advances in Life Course Research, 14: 1-4. DOI 10.1016/j.alcr.2009.05.003.

Poortman Anne-Rigt, and Marieke Voorpostel. 2009. “Parental divorce and sibling relationships: A research note.” Journal of Family Issues, 30(1): 74-91. DOI 10.1177/0192513X08322782.

Voorpostel, Marieke, Tanja Van der Lippe, and Jonathan Gershuny. 2009. “Trends in free time with a partner: A transformation of intimacy?” Social Indicators Research 93: 165-169. DOI 10.1007/s11205-008-9383-8.

Widmer, Eric D., Francesco Giudici, Jean-Marie Le Goff, and Alexandre Pollien. 2009. “From Support to Control : A Configurational Perspective on Conjugal Quality.” Journal of Marriage and Family, 71(3): 437-448. DOI 10.1111/j.1741-3737.2009.00611.x.

2008

Lipps, Oliver. 2008. “A Note on Interviewer Performance Measures in Centralised CATI Surveys.” Survey Research Methods, 2(2): 61-73.

Pollien, Alexandre, Eric Widmer, Jean-Marie Le Goff, and Francesco Giudici. 2008a. “Que promettent les styles d’interactions? Une approche sociologique de l’intimité conjugale.” Swiss Journal of Sociology, 34(3): 493-506.

Pollien, Alexandre, Eric Widmer, Jean-Marie Le Goff, and Francesco Giudici. 2008b. “Transitions familiales et brouilles conjugales: cumulation ou compensation des problèmes d’intimité à travers les phases du parcours de vie familiale?” in Enfances, Familles, Générations 9. DOI 10.7202/029634ar.

Book Sections

2012

Ernst Stähli, Michèle. 2012. Spotlight Switzerland. In Telephone Surveys in Europe: Research and Practice, ed. Michael Häder, Sabine Häder, and Mike Kühne, 25–36. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.

Gauthier, Jacques-Antoine, Nguyen Vi Cao, Marlène Sapin, Emmanuel Fragniere, and Eric D. Widmer. 2012. Is There a Magic Formula? Mate Selection and the Optimization of the Marriage Market.” In Marriage: Psychological Implications, Social Expectations, and Role of Sexuality, ed. P. R. Esposito and C. I. Lombardi, 147–174. Series on Social Issues, Justice and Status: Family Issues in the 21st Century. Hauppauge, New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

Joye, Dominique, Alexandre Pollien, Marlène Sapin, and Michèle Ernst Stähli. 2012. Who can be contacted by phone? Lessons from Switzerland. In Telephone Surveys in Europe: Research and Practice, ed. Michael Häder, Sabine Häder, and Mike Kühne, 85–102. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.

Joye, Dominique, and Robin Tillmann. 2012. La Pauvreté en Suisse entre 1999 et 2009: quelle évolution? In Regards croisés sur la pauvreté, ed. François-Xavier Merrien, Jean-Pierre Tabin, 45–60. Lausanne: Editions EESP.

Levy, René, Valérie-Anne Ryser, and Jean-Marie Le Goff. 2012. Vater werden: Ein zentraler Statusübergang im systematischen Vergleich von Lebensläufen. In Das Väter-Handbuch: Theorie, Forschung, Praxis, ed. Heinz Walter and Andreas Eickhorst, 491– 510. Giessen: Psychosozial-Verlag.

Lipps, Oliver, and Kathrin Kissau. 2012. Nonresponse in an Individual Register Sample Telephone Survey in Lucerne/Switzerland.” In Telephone Surveys in Europe: Research and Practice, ed. Michael Häder, Sabine Häder, and Mike Kühne, 187–208. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer.

Lutz, Georg. 2012. Switzerland: Citizens’ Initiatives as a Measure to Control the Political Agenda. In Citizens’ Initiatives in Europe. Procedures and Consequences of Agenda-Setting by Citizens, ed. Maija Setälä and Theo Schiller, 17–35. Houndsmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

Lutz, Georg, and Simon Geissbühler. 2012. Inicjatiywa Obwatelska Jako Meoda Control Politycznej w Szwajcarii.” In Demokracja Bezpośrednia. Wydawnictwo: Semper, 2012.

Rothenbühler, Martina, and Kathrin Kissau. 2012. Junge Erwachsene in der Schweiz – engagiert oder apolitisch? In Sozialbericht 2012, ed. Felix Bühlmann and Céline Schmid Botkine. Zurich: Seismo.

Voorpostel, Marieke. 2012. The importance of discretionary and fictive kin relationships for older adults. In Handbook of Families and Aging, ed. R. Blieszner and V. H. Bedford. Santa Barbara: Praeger.

Voorpostel, Marieke and Tanja Van der Lippe. 2012. Sociaal kapitaal in partner relaties: Sociale en politieke participatie [Social capital in partner relationships: Social and political participation]. In Over gaten, bruggen en witte paters – sociaal kapitaal in sociologisch onderzoek, ed. B. Volker, 295-307. Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht.

2011

Elcheroth, Guy, Felix Bühlmann, and Manuel Tettamanti. 2011. Valeurs égalitaires et pratiques sexuées: une approche biographique et comparative. In Parcours de vie et insertions sociales, ed. Dominique Joye, Christine Pirinoli, Dario Spini, and Eric D. Widmer, 81-104. Zürich: Seismo Verlag.

Farago, Peter. 2011. De la “boîte noire” à la science mature. Jalons de l’engagement dans la politique de la science de René Levy. In Parcours de vie et insertions sociales, ed. Dominique Joye, Christine Pirinoli, Dario Spini, and Eric D. Widmer, 238-242. Zürich: Seismo Verlag.

Le Goff, Jean-Marie, Marlène Sapin, and Martin Camenisch. 2011. Intentions professionnelles des couples de Suisse romande après la naissance de leur premier enfant: Une première exploration de l’enquête “Devenir parent”. In Parcours de vie et insertions sociales, ed. Dominique Joye, Christine Pirinoli, Dario Spini, and Eric D. Widmer, 105-125. Zürich: Seismo Verlag.

Joye, Dominique. 2011. Les grandes enquêtes internationales des sciences sociales (chap.1). In La France dans les comparaisons internationales, Guide d’accès aux grandes enquêtes statistiques en sciences sociales, 21-30. Alain Chenu et Laurent Lesnard (dir.). Paris: Presses de Sciences Po.

Joye, Dominique. 2011. Echantillonnage et pondération (chap.8). In La France dans les comparaisons internationales, Guide d’accès aux grandes enquêtes statistiques en sciences sociales, Alain Chenu et Laurent Lesnard (dir.), 143-152. Paris: Presses de Sciences Po.

Joye, Dominique, and Ekkehard Mochmann. 2011. Comparaisons interculturelles et recherches comparatives internationales (chap.9). In La France dans les comparaisons internationales, Guide d’accès aux grandes enquêtes statistiques en sciences sociales, 153-160. Alain Chenu et Laurent Lesnard (dir.). Paris: Presses de Sciences Po.

Lutz, Georg. 2011. Open Ballot. In Personal Representation, ed. Josep M. Colomer, 153-174. Essex: ECPR Press.

Pollien, Alexandre, and Dominique Joye. 2011. A la poursuite du répondant? Essai de typologie des séquences de contact dans les enquêtes. In Parcours de vie et insertions sociales, ed. Dominique Joye, Christine Pirinoli, Dario Spini, Eric Widmer, 189-212. Zürich: Seismo Verlag.

Ryser, Valérie-Anne, and Myriam Girardin. 2011. Bien-être subjectif dans la vieillesse et la grande vieillesse. In Genre et bien-être. Questionner les inégalités, ed. Anne-François Praz, and Sylvie Burgnard. Collection Questions de genre. Zürich: Seismo Verlag.

Ryser, Valérie-Anne, and Jean-Marie Le Goff,. 2011. Le mariage en Suisse: contrainte institutionnelle ou choix de vie. In Les enjeux démographiques en France et en Allemagne: réalités et conséquences, ed. Serge Gouazé, Anne Salles, and Cécile Prat-Erkert, 109-123. Lille: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion.

Schwarz, Daniel, André Bächtiger, and Georg Lutz. 2011. Switzerland: Agenda- Setting Power of Government in a Separation-of-Powers Framework. In The Role of Governments in Legislative Agenda Setting, ed. Bjorn Erki Rasch and George Tsebelis, 127-143. Oxon/New York: Routledge.

2010

Budowski, Monica, Robin Tillmann, Wiebke Keim, and Michèle Amacker. 2010. Conceptualizing ’Precarious Prosperity’ for Comparative Research. In Inequality beyond globalization: Economic changes, social transformations and the dynamics of inequality, ed. Christian Suter, 201-222. Berlin, Wien, Zürich: Lit Verlag.

Bühlmann, Felix. 2010. Carrières à succès et construction des inégalités en Suisse (1970-2000). In Die Produktion von Ungleichheiten – La production des inégalités, ed. Thomas David, Valentin Groebner, Janick Marina Schaufelbuehl, and Brigitte Studer, 89-100. Zürich: Chronos.

Roberts, Caroline. 2010. Measuring social attitudes. In Social measurement through social surveys: An applied approach, ed. M. Bulmer, J. Gibbs, and L. Hyman, 195-214. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing.

Stam, Alexandra. 2010. Marriage migration, a matter of love or interest? Exploring binational marriages in the context of Swiss restrictive immigration policies. In International Marriages in the Time of Globalization (Family Issues in the 21st Century), ed. Elli K. Heikkila and Brenda S. A. Yeoh, 117-135. New York: Nova Science Publishers Inc.

2009

Kissau, Kathrin, and Uwe Hunger. 2009. “Im “Long Tail” der Politik: Zum politischen Potential des Internet für Migranten.” In Internet und Migration: Theoretische Zugänge und empirische Befunde, ed. Kathrin Kissau and Uwe Hunger. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Le Goff, Jean-Marie, René Levy, Marlène Sapin, and Martin Camenisch. 2009. “Devenir parent: changer de vie.” In Transitions dans les parcours de vie et construction des inégalités, ed. Michel Oris et al. Lausanne: Presses polytechniques et universitaires romandes.

Lipps, Oliver. 2009. “Das Mobilitätspanel – Was kann es von sozialwissenschaftlichen Panelerhebungen lernen?” In Mobiles Leben (Festschrift für Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dirk Zumkeller), 50-65, ed. Institut für Verkehrswesen, Universität Karlsruhe.

Lutz, Georg. 2009. “Väter und ihre Kinder: Erklärungsmuster intergenerationeller Stabilität bei der Wahlentscheidung.” In Demokratie als Leidenschaft: Planung, Entscheidung und Vollzug in der schweizerischen Demokratie (Festschrift für Prof. Dr. Wolf Linder zum 65. Geburtstag), ed. Adrian Vatter et al. Bern: Haupt. Tettamanti, Manuel, Valérie-Anne Ryser, and Dario Spini. 2009. “Les effets ambivalents des stéréotypes liés au vieillissement chez les personnes âgées.” In Transitions dans les parcours de vie et construction des inégalités, ed. Michel Oris et al. Lausanne: Presse polytechniques et universitaires romandes.

2008

Harkness, Janet, Nicole Schöbi, Dominique Joye, Peter Mohler, Timo Faass, and Dorothée Behr. 2008. “Oral Translation in Telephone Surveys.”In Advances in Telephone Survey Methodology. ed. J. M. Lepkowski et al., 231-249. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Linder, Wolf, André Bächtiger, and Georg Lutz. 2008. “Democratisation, Rule of Law and Development.” in Challenging Common Assumptions on Corruption and Democratisation. Key recommendations and Guiding Principles, ed. SDG Governance Division. Bern: Deza.

Sapin, Marlène, Eric Widmer, and Catalina Radulescu. 2008. “Social Isolation or Relational Instability? Family Configurations of Women at Risk of Child Abandonment.”In Beyond the Nuclear Family. Families in a Configurational Perspective, ed. E. Widmer, and J. Riitta, 303-328. Bern: Peter Lang.

Widmer, Eric and Marlène Sapin. 2008. “Family Configuration on the Move: Some Insights About How Family Configurations of Individuals Change.” In Beyond the Nuclear Family. Families in a Configurational Perspective, ed. E. Widmer, and J. Riitta, 279-302. Bern: Peter Lang.

Wiesmann, Urs, Susette Biber-Klemm, Walter Grossenbacher-Mansuy, Gertrude Hirsch Hadorn, Holger Hoffmann-Riem, Dominique Joye, Christian Pohl, and Elisabeth Zemp. 2008. “Enhancing Transdisciplinary Research: A Synthesis in Fifteen Propositions.” In Handbook of Transdisciplinary Research, ed.G. Hirsch Hadorn et al., 433-442. Berlin: Springer.

Other scientific publications

2012

Bühlmann, Felix, Céline Schmid Botkine, Peter Farago, François Höpflinger, Dominique Joye, René Levy, Pasqualina Perrig-Chiello, and Christian Suter (ed.). 2012. Rapport social 2012: Générations en jeu/ Sozialbericht 2012: Fokus Generationen. Zürich: Seismo.

Borrat-Besson, Carmen, Michèle Ernst Stähli, Georg Lutz, and Boris Wernli. 2012. Wer ist denn noch am Festnetzanschluss erreichbar? vsms Verband Schweizer Markt- und Sozialforschung Jahrbuch 2012: 29–30.

Duemmler, Kerstin. 2012. “’Ja die müssen sich halt integrieren’: Grenzziehungen um Ethnizität und Religion unter jungen Erwachsenen.” Doctoral thesis. University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland.

Henchoz, Caroline, and Boris Wernli. 2012. “L’endettement des jeunes est-il supérieur à celui des adultes en Suisse?” La Vie Economique1: 53–56.

Lipps, Oliver. 2012. “Book Review to Sigrid Haunberger (2011): Teilnahmeverweigerung in Panelstudien.” Methoden – Daten – Analysen 6(1) 49–53.

Lutz, Georg. 2012. “Eidgenössische Wahlen 2011. Wahlteilnahme und Wahlentscheid/ Participation et choix électoral/ Partecipazione e decisione di voto.” Lausanne: FORS.

Tillmann, Robin. 2012. “Vers une société sans classes? Une évaluation des thèses du déclin des classes sociales: Le cas de la société suisse contemporaine (1970-2008).” Doctoral thesis. University of Fribourg, Switzerland.

Tillmann, Robin, and Marieke Voorpostel. 2012. “Persistent social inequalities: Introduction to the special issue.” Swiss Journal of Sociology 38(2): 145–151.

2011

Borrat-Besson, Carmen. 2011. “Public opinion on the smoking ban. The impact of mass media, interpersonal communication, and intrapersonal variables.” Doctoral thesis. Università della Svizzera italiana in Lugano, Switzerland.

Lipps, Oliver. 2011. “Studies on data quality in complex household surveys.” Habilitation thesis. University of Basel, Switzerland.

Stam, Alexandra. 2011. “Marriage migration and the geographies of love. A Swiss case study.” Doctoral thesis. University of Dundee, Scotland.

2010

Bühlmann, Felix. 2010. “Aufstiegskarrieren im flexiblen Kapitalismus.” Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Lipps, Oliver, Robin Tillmann, Ursina Kuhn, Dean Lillard, and Max Bergman, eds. 2010. “Social science research with panel data in Switzerland.” Swiss Journal of Sociology 36(2), Special Issue.

Lipps, Oliver, Robin Tillmann, Ursina Kuhn, Dean Lillard, and Max Bergman (ed.). 2010. Swiss Journal of Sociology. Special Issue: Social Science Research with Panel Data in Switzerland. 36 (2). Zurich: Seismo.

Lutz, Georg. 2010. Introduction: The Swiss National Election 2007. Swiss Political Science Review 16(3): 335-341. DOI: 10.1002/j.1662-6370.2010.tb00432.x.

Lutz, Georg, Thomas Milic, and Marco R. Steenbergen, eds. 2010. “The Swiss national election 2007.” Swiss Political Science Review 16(3), Special Issue.

Sapin, Marlène, Dario Spini, and Eric D. Widmer. 2010. “I percorsi di vita. Dallʼadolescenza alla vecchiaia.” [“Life courses. From adolescence to old age.”] Bologna: Il Mulino.

2009

Kissau, Kathrin, and Uwe Hunger (eds.). 2009. “Internet und Migration: Theoretische Zugänge und empirische Befunde.” Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Kissau, Kathrin, and Uwe Hunger. 2009. “Politische Sphären von Migranten im Internet: Neue Chancen im ‘Long Tail’ der Politik.” München: Nomos Verlag.

Oris, Michel, Eric D. Widmer, Anik de Ribaupierre, Dominique Joye, Dario Spini et al. (ed.). 2009. Transitions dans le parcours de vie et construction des inégalités. Lausanne: Presses polytechniques et universitaires romandes (PPUR).

2008

Hirsch Hadorn, Gertrude, Holger Hoffmann-Riem, Susette Biber-Klemm, Walter Grossenbacher-Mansuy, Dominique Joye, Christian Pohl, Urs Wiesmann, and Elisabeth Zemp. 2008. “Handbook of Transdisciplinary Research.” Berlin: Springer.

Lutz, Georg. 2008. “Eidgenössische Wahlen 2007. Wahlteilnahme und Wahlentscheid/ Participation et choix électoral/ Partecipazione e decisione di voto.” Lausanne: FORS.

Suter, Christian, Silvia Perrenoud, René Levy, Ursina Kuhn, Dominique Joye, and Pascale Gazareth. 2008. “Sozialbericht 2008: Die Schweiz vermessen und verglichen/ Rapport social 2008: La Suisse mesurée et comparée/ Swiss Social Report 2008: Switzerland measured and compared.” Zürich: Seismo.