27 Nov 2020
The workshop mobilizes three key concepts of the life course: the notion of linked lives (ties between individuals and related crossover effects), multidimensionality of the life course (interdependency between spheres of lives and related spillover effects) and the notion of timing of events.
The aim of the workshop is to bring together evidence of the critical role of the timing of event(s), to discuss how the effects extend and persist across generations and domains, and data availability to conduct such studies.
Four experts will present and discuss qualitative and quantitative studies in this perspective on topics concerning family and work transitions across generations, the effect of working and family trajectories on health, the link between material mental health and child development, and the effect of time of parental separation on child wellbeing.
On-line workshop – Link will send to the participants
Please register by filling in the doodle. https://doodle.com/poll/ccnpcscf22rcwazs?utm_source=poll&utm_medium=link
The link for the Zoom meeting will be sent to the participants few days before the workshop
Prof Laura Bernardi and Dr Danilo Bolano – University of Lausanne, LIVES Centre