Sozialer Wandel

Dokumentation und Bewertung von Veränderungen in einer Gesellschaft sind Kernelemente der sozialwissenschaftlichen Forschung. Die Beschreibung des sozialen Wandels berücksichtigt verschiedene Bereiche unseres Lebens, wie Arbeit, Familie, Einkommen, Mobilität, politische Partizipation oder Geschlechterrollen, um nur einige Beispiele zu nennen. FORS trägt zur Dokumentation des sozialen Wandels bei, indem es langfristig vergleichbare und damit für die Analyse des sozialen Wandels in der Schweiz nützliche Daten sammelt und weitergibt, indem es Forschung unter Berücksichtigung langfristiger Entwicklungen betreibt und Forschungsergebnisse zum sozialen Wandel für ein Publikum außerhalb der Wissenschaft aufbereitet.

Publikationsreihen von FORS zum Monitoring von sozialem Wandel

FORS hat die Sozialberichte 2012 und 2016 herausgegeben. Der Sozialbericht dokumentiert seit seiner ersten Ausgabe 2000 bis zu seiner letzten Ausgabe 2016 die aktuelle Situation und langfristige Tendenzen in unterschiedlichen Lebensbereichen in der Schweiz. Zudem hat FORS die Reihe Social Change in Switzerland mitinitiiert. Darin werden seit 2016 in regelmässigen Abständen, kurze Artikel veröffentlicht, die verschiedene Aspekte des sozialen Wandels thematisieren. Die Artikel fassen Forschungsresultate zusammen und machen diese dadurch einem Publikum ausserhalb der akademischen Welt zugänglich.

Kürzlich erschienene Publikationen von FORS zum sozialen Wandel

Neben diesen beiden Publikationsreihen, wird sozialer Wandel von FORS-Mitarbeitenden in ihrer eigenen Forschung aufgenommen und FORS offeriert ihnen und Forschenden ausserhalb von FORS die Möglichkeit ihre Resultate in der FORS Working Paper-Serie zu publizieren.

Wissenschaftliche Publikationen von FORS-Mitarbeitenden
L’évolution du stress en Suisse – la première vague de la pandémie, une pause pour les personnes stressées / Die Entwicklung von Stress in der Schweiz – die erste Welle der Pandemie verschafft gestressten Menschen eine Pause Klaas Hannah S., Kuhn Ursina, Refle Jan-Erik, Voorpostel Marieke, Ryser Valérie-Anne, Dasoki Nora, Tillmann Robin, 2021/07/05. Social change in Switzerland, 26. [DOI][serval:BIB_6BCB2EF1EFD7]

Jeunesse (non)mobile ? Les facteurs influençant la mobilité temporaire des jeunes adultes suisses. Haldimann Lucas, Heers Marieke, Rérat Patrick, 2021/05/01. Géo-Regards 13 pp. 103-130. Peer-reviewed. [URN][serval:BIB_F2F14B3D17DE]

Welfare solidarities in the age of mass migration: evidence from European Social Survey 2016. Gugushvili Dimitri, Ravazzini Laura, Ochsner Michael, Lukac Martin, Lelkes Orsolya, Fink Marcel, Grand Peter, van Oorschot Wim, 2021/04. Acta Politica, 56 (2) pp. 351-375. Peer-reviewed. [URN][DOI][WoS][serval:BIB_4358485C1358]

Between stuckness and stillness: Why do young adults not undertake temporary mobility? Haldimann Lucas, Heers Marieke, Rérat Patrick, 2021/03/07. Population, Space and Place. Peer-reviewed. [URN][DOI][serval:BIB_A3A78709CE2D]

Einstellungen zur Geschlechtergleichstellung in der Schweiz, 2000-2017. Bornatici Christina, Gauthier Jacques-Antoine, Le Goff Jean-Marie, 2021/02/08. Social Change in Switzerland 25 pp. 1-13. [URN][DOI][serval:BIB_5043EBCFDE25]

Les attitudes envers l’égalité des genres en Suisse, 2000-2017. Bornatici Christina, Gauthier Jacques-Antoine, Le Goff Jean-Marie, 2021/02/08. Social Change in Switzerland 25 pp. 1-13. [URN][DOI][serval:BIB_2DD7DE9044C1]

No Stratified Effect of Unemployment on Incomes: How the Market, State, and Household Compensate for Income Loss in the United Kingdom and Switzerland. Nallo Alessandro Di, Oesch Daniel, 2021. European Sociological Review. [URN][DOI][serval:BIB_E79ECD14A897]

Augmented wealth in Switzerland: the influence of pension wealth on wealth inequality. Kuhn Ursina, 2020/12. Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics, 156 (1). [URN][DOI][serval:BIB_B562878B7716]

Changing Attitudes Towards Gender Equality in Switzerland (2000-2017): Period, Cohort and Life-Course Effects. Bornatici Christina, Gauthier Jacques-Antoine, Le Goff Jean-Marie, 2020/11/26. Swiss Journal of Sociology, 46 (3) pp. 559-585. Peer-reviewed. [URN][DOI][serval:BIB_2D56DA79E023]

Who is most affected by the Corona crisis? An analysis of changes in stress and well-being in Switzerland. Kuhn Ursina, Klaas Hannah S., Antal Erika, Dasoki Nora, Lebert Florence, Lipps Oliver, Monsch Gian-Andrea, Refle Jan-Erik, Ryser Valérie-Anne, Tillmann Robin et al., 2020/11/21. European Societies pp. 1-15. [URN][DOI][serval:BIB_CC8960BB56F5]

Early retirement as a privilege for the rich? A comparative analysis of Germany and Switzerland. Kuhn Ursina, Grabka Markus M., Suter Christian, 2020/11. Advances in Life Course Research p. 100392. [URN][DOI][serval:BIB_B708DE1702BF]

Debt and Subjective Well-Being: Does the Type of Debt Matter? Coste Tristan, Henchoz Caroline, Wernli Boris, 2020/11/01. Swiss Journal of Sociology, 46 (3) pp. 445-465. [URN][DOI][serval:BIB_A13A2FE8DDA9]

The Impact of COVID-19 Measures on Well-Being of Older Long-Term Care Facility Residents in the Netherlands.  Van der Roest Henriëtte G., Prins Marleen, van der Velden Claudia, Steinmetz Stephanie, Stolte Elske, van Tilburg Theo G., de Vries Danny H., 2020/11. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association, 21 (11) pp. 1569-1570. Peer-reviewed. [URN][DOI][WoS][Pmid][serval:BIB_8289C5C74B2A]

Large loss in studying time during the closure of schools in Switzerland in 2020. Grätz Michael, Lipps Oliver, 2020/10/30. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 71 p. 100554. Peer-reviewed. [URN][DOI][Pmid][serval:BIB_8A0CE856F827]

Le contexte, les partenaires et le processus : les contraintes éthiques dans les recherches collaboratives. Larouche Jean-Marc, Genard Jean-Louis, Roca i Escoda Marta, Diaz Pablo, 2020/10/13. SociologieS. Peer-reviewed. [URN][serval:BIB_71E05AA0DA69]

Work-Family Arrangement and Conflict: Do Individual Gender Role Attitudes and National Gender Culture Matter? Bornatici Christina, Heers Marieke, 2020/10/09. Social Inclusion, 8 (4) pp. 46-60. Peer-reviewed. [URN][DOI][serval:BIB_5AEF6A2E0831]

The effect of unemployment on couples separating. Panel evidence for Germany, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. di Nallo Alessandro, Lipps Oliver, Oesch Daniel, Voorpostel Marieke, 2020/08/27. DIAL Working Papers 14 pp. 1-41. [URN][serval:BIB_BE1E3E5258D2]

Loneliness and Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Study Among Dutch Older Adults. van Tilburg Theo G, Steinmetz Stephanie, Stolte Elske, van der Roest Henriëtte, de Vries Daniel H, 2020/08/05. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B. [URN][DOI][Pmid][serval:BIB_7859FF1085AD]

Views on a “Good Death”: End-of-Life Preferences and Their Association With Socio-Demographic Characteristics in a Representative Sample of Older Adults in Switzerland Borrat-Besson Carmen, Vilpert Sarah, Borasio Gian Domenico, Maurer Jürgen, 2020/07/29. OMEGA – Journal of Death and Dying p. 003022282094507. [URN][DOI][Pmid][serval:BIB_4124A0A7998E]

Social, cultural and experiential patterning of attitudes and behaviour towards assisted suicide in Switzerland: evidence from a national population-based study. Vilpert S., Bolliger E., Borrat-Besson C., Borasio G.D., Maurer J., 2020/06/15. Swiss medical weekly, 150 pp. w20275. Peer-reviewed. [URN][DOI][Pmid][serval:BIB_C5A0875E9954]

Associations of end-of-life preferences and trust in institutions with public support for assisted suicide evidence from nationally representative survey data of older adults in Switzerland Vilpert Sarah, Borrat-Besson Carmen, Borasio Gian Domenico, Maurer Jürgen, 2020/04/23. PLOS ONE, 15 (4) pp. e0232109. Peer-reviewed. [URN][DOI][WoS][Pmid][serval:BIB_73A2EDABF995]

Trapped in Precariousness? Risks and Opportunities of Female Immigrants and Natives Transitioning from Part-Time Jobs in Spain Muñoz-Comet Jacobo, Steinmetz Stephanie, 2020/04/08. Work, Employment and Society p. 095001702090297. [DOI][WoS][serval:BIB_A4F8282876B9]

Enforcing Your Own Human Rights? The Role of Social Norms in Compliance with Human Rights Treaties. Benneker Violet, Gërxhani Klarita, Steinmetz Stephanie, 2020/03/20. Social Inclusion, 8 (1) pp. 184-193. [DOI][serval:BIB_D3313383A11F]

No stratified effect of unemployment on incomes. How the market, state and household compensate for income loss in the UK and Switzerland. Di Nallo Alessandro, Oesch Daniel, 2020. DIAL Working Paper Series. [URN][serval:BIB_526C02DC651A]

Understanding the reconstruction of personal networks through residential trajectories. Ganjour Olga, Viry Gil, Gauthier Jacques-Antoine, Widmer Eric D., Drevon Guillaume, Kaufmann Vincent, 2020. Migration Letters, 5 pp. 621-638. Peer-reviewed. [serval:BIB_C199CAD26884]

The social-origin gap in university graduation by gender and immigrant status: a cohort analysis for Switzerland. Combet Benita, Oesch Daniel, 2020. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies. [URN][DOI][serval:BIB_CEBE7E9F998E]

Being born to a single mother in France: trajectories of father’s involvement over the first year of life. Pailhé Ariane, Panico Lidia, Heers Marieke, 2020. Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 11 (1) pp. 123-149. Peer-reviewed. [DOI][serval:BIB_1A1F6A96870A]

The social origin gap in university completion among youth with comparable school abilities in Switzerland. Combet Benita, Oesch Daniel, 2020. TREE Working Paper Series. [URN][serval:BIB_03C32120A6E7]

Diversité des trajectoires individuelles sur le long terme : apport des analyses longitudinales en général et de l’analyse de séquence en particulier. Gauthier Jacques-Antoine, 2020. Informations sociales, 1 (201) pp. 14-24. Peer-reviewed. [serval:BIB_1FD1AFB11B33]

Alle wissenschaftlichen Publikationen von FORS-Mitarbeitenden finden Sie hier.

Beiträge von der FORS Working Paper Series
2020-1
First results of the Swiss Household Panel – Covid-19 Study
Jan-Erik Refle, Marieke Voorpostel, Florence Lebert, Ursina Kuhn, Hannah S. Klaas, Valérie-Anne Ryser, Nora Dasoki, Gian-Andrea Monsch, Erika Antal and Robin Tillmann

2017-1
The impact of assortative mating on income inequality in Switzerland
Ursina Kuhn and Laura Ravazzini

2016-3
A methodological journey towards integrating a gender perspective into the measurement of violence against women and intimate partner violence
Julien Chevillard, Lavinia Gianettoni, and Véronique Jaquier

2016-2
Who are my people? Strengths and limitations of ego-centered network analysis: A case illustration from the Family tiMes survey
Gaëlle Aeby

2016-1
Does it take a village to raise a child? The buffering effect of relationships with relatives for parental life satisfaction
Małgorzata Mikucka and Ester Rizzi

A different version of this paper has meanwhile been published as :
Małgorzata, M. & Rizzi, E. (2016). Does it take a village to raise a child? The buffering effect of relationships with relatives for parental life satisfaction. Demographic Research 34, 943-994.

2015-5
Psychometric properties of extra-short Big Five personality measures in multi-topic surveys: Documenting personality traits in the SHP and MOSAiCH
Valérie-Anne Ryser

2015-3
The happiness-parenthood link in a context of limited state support: The case of Switzerland
Ester Rizzi and Malgorzata Mikucka

2014-3
Robustness of items within and across surveys
Caroline Vandenplas and Oliver Lipps

2013-6
Boundaries against immigrants and their subjectively felt discrimination
Kerstin Duemmler

2013-05
A foreigner who doesn’t steal my job : The role of unemployment risk and values in attitudes towards foreigners
Marco Pecoraro and Didier Ruedin

A different version of this paper has meanwhile been published as :
Pecoraro, M., & Ruedin, D. (2015). A foreigner who does not steal my job: The role of unemployment risk and values in attitudes toward equal opportunities. International Migration Review, 50(3), 628-666.

2012-03
Travail atypique et accès au troisième pilier en Suisse
Jenny Assi

2012-02
Parcours de formation : Analyse des trajectoires de formation des personnes résident en Suisse
Alexandre Pollien and Lorenzo Bonoli

2011-03
National minorities and their representation in Swiss surveys (II) : Which practices make a difference ? 
Francesco Laganà, Guy Elcheroth, Sandra Penic, Brian Kleiner, and Nicole Fasel

A different version of this paper has meanwhile been published as :
Laganà, F., Elcheroth, G., Penic, S., Kleiner, B., & Fasel, N. (2013). National minorities and their representation in social surveys : which practices make a difference ? Quality & Quantity, 47(3), 1287-1314.

2011-02
National minorities and their representation in Swiss surveys (I) : Providing evidence and analysing causes for their under-representation
Oliver Lipps, Francesco Laganà, Alexandre Pollien, and Lavinia Gianettoni

A different version of this paper has meanwhile been published as :
Lipps, O., Laganà, F., Pollien, A., & Gianettoni, L. (2013). Under-representation of foreign minorities in cross-sectional and longitudinal surveys in Switzerland. In Joan Font & Mónica Méndez (eds.) : Surveying Ethnic Minorities and Immigrant Populations : Methodological Challenges and Research Strategies : Amsterdam University Press : 241-267.

2010-04
The determinants of fixed-term contracts in contemporary Switzerland
Spartaco Greppi, Mario Lucchini, Jenny Assi, and Christian Marazzi

2010-03
Dialect-driven adaptation : Experiences from Switzerland
Isabelle Renschler, Brian Kleiner, and Martina Bichsel

A different version of this paper has meanwhile been published as :
Renschler, I., & Kleiner, B. (2013). Considering Dialect in Survey Research. Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/Bulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique, 118(1), 51-59.

2010-01
Income imputation in the Swiss Household Panel 1999-2007
Oliver Lipps

Beiträge zu Blogs, Zeitungen und anderen nicht-wissenschaftlichen Medien
Comment le statut social des individus influence leur choix d’un partenaire? Ursina Kuhn, Laura Ravazzini, 30.05.2019, Tribu, RTS.

Als die Topverdiener davonzogen. Ursina Kuhn, 22/04/2019. Republik.

Wie ungleich die Einkommen verteilt sind. Ursina Kuhn, 25/03.2019. Republik.

Gegensätze ziehen sich nicht an – die Rolle von Bildung und Einkommen bei der Paarbildung in der Schweiz. Laura Ravazzini, Ursina Kuhn und Christian Suter, 03/2019.  Social Change in Switzerland, N° 17.

Die Entwicklung der Einkommensungleichheit in der Schweiz. Ursina Kuhn, Christian Suter, 10/2015. Social Change in Switzerland, N°2.

Daten zu sozialem Wandel bei FORS

Für Forschende, die sozialen Wandel untersuchen wollen, stellt FORSbase verschiedenste Datensätze aus der Vergangenheit und der Gegenwart zur Verfügung. Wir empfehlen speziell die folgenden Datensätze:

Politische Beteiligung:
VoxIt: Standardisierte Nachabstimmungsbefragungen von 1977 bis heute.

Bildung/Arbeit:
Tree: Multikohortenstudie zurTransition von der Ausbildung ins Erwerbsleben, wobei die Befragung der ersten Kohorte 2000 startete und jene der zweiten Kohorte 2016.

PISA: Programm for International Student Assessment, Daten und Dokumentation verfügbar von 2000-2012.

Sicherheit:

Sicherheit: Erhebung der Meinungen zu Sicherheit und Verteidigung in der Schweiz von 1995 bis heute.

Weitere Themen:

CH-X: Eidgenössische Jugendbefragungen von 2002 bis heute.

What else? (talk to Emilie => what link for CH-X)

From the surveys managed by FORS, the following offer various data on attitudes and living conditions over time:

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