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Authors: Hamplová, Dana, Céline Le Bourdais
This study investigates the relative similarity of educational assortative mating patterns among young married and cohabiting couples using Canadian census data from 2001. It contrasts the patterns observed in Quebec with those observed elsewhere in Canada, as these regions displ...
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Authors: Vohlídalová, Marta (ed.)
The publication brings fifteen portraits of couples where both partners work in science, research or teach at a higher education institutions. Interviews focused on couples from different academic disciplines and in different life stages. They included young Ph.D. students with c...
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Authors: Hamplová, Dana
The text focuses on the relationship between life satisfaction and marital status in 4 central European countries. While it confirms the positive effect of marriage on life satisfaction but it does not support a hypothesis that the effect of marital status will be mediate by the...
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Authors: Hamplová, Dana, Céline Le Bourdais
The study investigates assortative mating patterns with respect to race (visible minority status) in Canada. Using the 2001 Census data, the article analyses the occurrence of White/non-White unions in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. Log-linear models indicate that the relative...
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Authors: Hamplová, Dana, Céline Le Bourdais
This paper investigates money management. It compares married and cohabiting couples across four countries with different levels of institutionalization of cohabitation and different welfare regimes. Using data from the ISSP 2002, this study shows that the legal status of the uni...
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Authors: Hamplová, Dana
The article investigates the differences between marriage and non-marital cohabitation. The main perspective stems from the theory of the social exchange. The author concentrates on the narrow question of financial transfers between partners and presents the hypothesis that cohab...
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Authors: Hamplová, Dana
The article looks at the relationship between partnership formationand women’s education in the Czech Republic. Education can serve as a proxyfor cultural capital and earning potential. Therefore, it is expected to play a significant role in partnership formation. Analyses...
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Authors: Hamplová, Dana
In this article, educational homogamy among married and cohabiting couples in selected European countries is examined. Using data from two waves (2002 and 2004) of the European Social Survey, this article compares three cultural and institutional contexts that differ in terms of...
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Authors: Křížková, Alena, Dudová, Radka, Maříková, Hana
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Authors: Leontiyeva, Yana, Martin Vávra (eds.)
This study examines attitudes towards migrants. The authors focus on the attitudes in Czech society, but they also use data from international surveys in order to situate the attitudes of respondents from the Czech Republic in a wider context. The theme of the relations...
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Authors: Chaloupková, Jana
This article examines whether there are any differences in the way in which married couples and unmarried cohabitating couples manage their incomes.Using data from the ISSP 1994 and the ISSP 2002 the author attempts to answer the question of whether over the course of the 1990s i...
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Authors: Vašát, Petr, Petr Gibas, Markéta Poláková
The article uses photovoice to explore the everyday geography of homelessness and its affective dimension. We focus on two aspects of the everyday geography captured by photovoice: (1) movement in space and (2) the performativity of heterotopic places. The aim is to understand ho...