Dr. Florian Schulz

E-Mail: florian.schulz(at)uni-bamberg.de

 

Dr. Florian Schulz represents the Chair of “Sociology, with a special emphasis on social inequalities” in the winter term 2020/2021.

Florian Schulz is senior researcher at the State Institute for Family Research at the University of Bamberg and Editor as well as Managing Director of the Journal of Family Research.

Florian Schulz is doing research on demographics, structures, change, and normative settings of social inequalities in Germany and in international comparison. In his empirical research, 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 and work.

His current research topics include time use in childhood, the division of labor in later life, the attitude towards housework sharing, and the possible connection of work-family-conflict and well-being of women, men, and children.

Recent publications

Friedrich, Carmen, Henriette Engelhardt & Florian Schulz (2020): Women's agency in Egypt, Jordan, and Tunisia: The role of parenthood and education.Population Research and Policy Review, doi:10.1007/s11113-020-09622-7. (replication files)

Schulz, Florian (2020): Attitudes towards sharing housework in couple context: An empirical, factorial survey approach.Journal of Family Research, doi:10.20377/jfr-419. (replication files)

Leopold, Thomas & Florian Schulz (2020): Health and housework in later life: A longitudinal study of retired couples. The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 75, 184-194, doi:10.1093/geronb/gby015. (replictation files)

Schulz, Florian (2020): Trends in children's gendered housework performance. Time use evidence from Germany, 1991-2013. Child Indicators Research, 13, 1313-1334, doi:10.1007/s12187-019-09702-x. (shared link | replication files)

Leopold, Thomas, Jan Skopek & Florian Schulz (2018): Gender convergence in housework time: A life course and cohort perspective. Sociological Science, 5, doi:10.15195/v5.a13. (replication files)