Dr. Florian Schulz
Florian Schulz, senior researcher at Bamberg's State Institute for Family Research (ifb), joined the Professorship of Demography as a research and teaching associate in 2016. He graduated and received his Ph.D. from Bamberg University, both in the field of sociology.
He is doing research on demographics, structures, change, and normative settings of family life in Germany and in international comparison. He puts special emphasis on daily routines of families over the life course as well as on issues of health and wellbeing in the context of family.
Current research topics include the division of labor in older couples, changing gender ideologies and attitudes towards family life over the life course, and the possible connection of work-family-conflict and alcohol consumption of women and men.
Engelhardt, Henriette & Florian Schulz (2017): Demographic developments in the Middle East and North Africa.(1.1 MB) University of Bamberg Demographic Discussion Papers, No. 20/2017.
Dechant, Anna & Florian Schulz (2014): Scenarios for the equal division of paid and unpaid work in the transition to parenthood in Germany.Comparative Population Studies 39(3): 615 - 644.
Grunow, Daniela, Florian Schulz & Hans-Peter Blossfeld (2012): What determines change in the division of housework over the course of marriage?International Sociology 27(3): 289 - 307.
Skopek, Jan, Florian Schulz & Hans-Peter Blossfeld (2011): Who contacts whom? Educational homophily in online mate selection.European Sociological Review 27(2): 180 - 195.
Schulz, Florian (2010): Verbundene Lebensläufe. Partnerwahl und Arbeitsteilung zwischen neuen Ressourcenverhältnissen und traditionellen Geschlechterrollen. [Linked Lives. Mate Selection and Division of Housework Between New Resource Relations and Traditional Gender Roles; in German]. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, ISBN 978-3-531-17455-6.
Winter term 2017/2018 and summer term 2018: "Forschungspranktikum Bevölkerungswissenschaft" [Research seminar "Population and Family Studies"; course in German] (scheduled)