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Bernhard Riederer, Monika Mynarska, Maria Winkler-Dworak, Thomas Fent, Bernhard Rengs and Dimiter Philipov
Futures of families in times of multifaceted societal changes: a foresight approach
Families and Societies Working Paper Series, 2017
URL, JabRef BibTex, Abstract
This working paper gives an overview over research activities on the future of the families conducted in the FamiliesAndSocieties project. The foresight approach employed both qualitative and quantitative methods to outline what the future may bring for families in Europe. What will be the most important topics for the future of families in Europe? Which factors might drive the future of families with children and their well-being? Which family types will be in danger of living in vulnerable situations? What policies will be relevant to stop intergenerational vulnerability reproduction? What may be the future consequences of the ongoing “gender revolution” and current refugee flows? The research summarized in the present report will address exactly these and other important questions.

Reference


@article{Riederer2017b,
  author = {Bernhard Riederer, Monika Mynarska, Maria Winkler-Dworak, Thomas Fent, Bernhard Rengs and Dimiter Philipov},
  title = {Futures of families in times of multifaceted societal changes: a foresight approach},
  year = {2017},
  journal = {Families and Societies Working Paper Series},
  volume = {66},
  url = {http://www.familiesandsocieties.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/WorkingPaper66_NEW.pdf},
  timestamp = {16.03.2020},
  howpublished = {FamiliesAndSocieties Working paper 66},
  abstract = {This working paper gives an overview over research activities on the future of the families conducted in the FamiliesAndSocieties project. The foresight approach employed both qualitative and quantitative methods to outline what the future may bring for families in
Europe. What will be the most important topics for the future of families in Europe? Which factors might drive the future of families with children and their well-being? Which family types will be in danger of living in vulnerable situations? What policies will be relevant to
stop intergenerational vulnerability reproduction? What may be the future consequences of the ongoing “gender revolution” and current refugee flows? The research summarized in the present report will address exactly these and other important questions.}
}
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