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Family policy and gender-role attitudes in Germany - A quantitative analysis of the relationship between public policy and public opinion


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Title: Family policy and gender-role attitudes in Germany - A quantitative analysis of the relationship between public policy and public opinion
Authors: Hansbauer, Catriona
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2015
Degree: Master theses
Series/Report no.: EURP MA
91
Keywords: family policy
gender-role attitudes
public policy
public opinion
German General Social Survey
Abstract: Title: Family policy and gender-role attitudes in Germany Author: Catriona Hansbauer Supervisor: Prof. Björn Halleröd Semester: Spring 2015 Using data from the 1991-2012 German General Social Survey, this thesis examines the relationship between family policy reform and gender-role attitudes among different socio-demographic groups in Germany. The research question is: What is the relationship between family policy reform and changing attitudes toward gender roles? More specifically the thes... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/41195
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