Monday 11.6.2018

15:00-

16:30

Registration and coffee (included)

16:30-

17:45

 

KEYNOTE SESSION I / Chair: Anna-Maija Castrén / SN200

Petra Norqvist

RELATIVE STRANGERS: REFLECTIONS ON FAMILIES, CONNECTIONS AND REPRODUCTIVE DONATION

17:45-

19:00

 

Session 1 / Chair: Detlev Lück / SN200

MAKING FAMILIES: REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY AND PRACTICES

  • Deborah Dempsey, Briony Horsfall & Fiona Kelly Statements of Reasons: What motivates applications to the Victorian donor registers?
  • Lise Eriksson The dynamics of surrogacy families in Finland: relationships between parents, children and surrogate mothers
  • Cornelia Schadler Dont believe what they say: Defining family as boundary making practice

19:00-

20:00

Salad Buffet (included)
20:00 Bus to Puijo Tower, drinks (self-financed, registration closed)
21:30 Bus from Puijo to city center & Hotel Scandic
 

 

Tuesday 12.6.2018

9:20-

11:00

Session 2a / Chair: Pedro Romero-Balsas / SN202

PARENTING IN DIVERSE FAMILY CONTEXTS

  • Ewa Maciejewska-Mroczek Between intimate experience and state intervention. Narratives of Polish prospective adoptive parents
  • Heidi Ruohio Searching for Identity and Hoping for a Relationship - Finnish Transnational Adoptees' Interest in Searching for Biological Relatives
  • Marja Leena Böök, Johanna Terävä & Ulrike Zartler Post-divorce coparenting: the views of family professionals
  • Alice Zanchettin After the couple's break up: still remaining fathers

Session 2b / Chair: Anna-Maija Castrén / SN203

SOCIAL NETWORKS, SOCIAL CAPITAL AND FAMILY BOUNDARIES

  • Elisabetta Carrà & Matteo Moscatelli Family social capital as a key dimension for understanding the "family": a quantitative survey in Northern Italy
  • Kirsti Suoranta Social Networks od Older Finnish Men Living Alone
  • Theresa Manderscheid Family constructions and Polyamory: A qualitative social network analysis of the family
  • Olga Ganjour, Jacques-Antoine Gauthier, Gil Viry & Eric Widmer Influence of residential mobility trajectories on the presence of family on the composition of personal networks

11:00-

11:20

Coffee break (included) / Poster exhibition starts

11:20-

12:35

Session 3a / Chair: Jacques-Antoine Gauthier / SN202

PARENTING AND FAMILY DIVERSITY

  • Bertnand Geay, Pierig Humeau & Emilie Spruyt Parenting practices of lesbian and gay parents as responses to normative pressure. First results from three longitudinal studies
  • Rita Gouveia Attitudes towards parental rights and competences of lesbians and gay men in Portugal
  • Vaula Tuomaala & Anna-Maija Castrén Recognizing family diversity: An analysis of mothers' subjective understandings of their newborns' family relations

Session 3b / Chair: Alice Zanchettin / SN203

PARENTAL LEAVE

  • Sara Mazzucchelli, Luca Pesenti & M. Letizia Bosoni A proposal to conceptualise Parental Leave within a broader framework of care-work policies
  • Sigtona Halrynjo & Ragni Hege Kitterod Involved fatherhood and father's parental leave: New understandings of fathers' leave among working-class and middle-class fathers
  • Gerardo Meil, Pedro Romero-Balsas & Concepción Castrillo Bustamante Parental Leave Policy and its Translation in Spanish Companies

12:35-

13:00

POSTER SESSION

13:00-

14:00

Lunch (included)

14:00-

15:40

Session 4a / Chair: Ulrike Zartler / SN202

FAMILY RELATIONS ACROSS BORDERS

  • Vida Cesnuityté Doing family across borders: importance of routine practices, feasts and traditions
  • Susanne Schuehrer & Manuel Siegert Separation from Families and Subjective Wellbeing among Refugees
  • Marta Buler Social remittances into family life: case study of the Polish return migrants and their families
  • Sanna Saksela-Bergholm The mutual significance of remittances in transnational Filipino families

Session 4b / Chair: Katarzyna Suwada / SN203

GENDER-SPECIFIC UNDERSTANDINGS OF PARENTING

  • Diana Baumgarten Male Breadwinner and Female Co-earner: the new gender equality in families? Changing imaginations of parenthood and the reconciliation of occupation and family life in a neoliberal society
  • Georgia Philip Men in recurrent care proceedings: Fathers up against it?
  • Catherine Jones "Dadvocates" exploring the narratives of stay-at-home fathers

15:40-

16:00

Coffee (included) / Poster exhibition continues until 16:00

16:00-

17:15

Session 5a / Chair: Sigtona Halrynjo / SN202

SIBLINGS

  • Dana Sykorova Siblings known and unknown
  • Daniela Klaus Sibling Relationships in Old Age: The Case of Germany
  • Katarzyna Debska Siblings, class mobility and ambivalence: how inequalities between adult siblings affect their relations in lower, middle, and upper class

Session 5b / Chair: Sara Mazzucchelli / SN203

CONSTRUCTING AND STUDYING FAMILY

  • Malgorzata Sikorska We are so hermetic - the experience of the social isolation as one of the most important dimension constructing family life in contemporary Poland
  • Ulrike Zartler, Raphaela Kogler & Marlies Zuccato-Doutlik Children's concepts of divorce: a novel methodological approach
  • Manuela Schicka Patterns of Conjugal Interactions as a Way of constructing Intimate Relationships

17:15-

17:20

Short break

17:20-

18:20

KEYNOTE SESSION II / Chair: Detlev Lück / SN200

Ingrid Arnet Connidis

WHO COUNTS AS FAMILY? ASSESSING REALITIES OF LATER LIFE

18:30 Bus from campus to city center & Hotel Scandic (included

20:00-

22:00

Dinner and Kallavesi Lake Cruise (self-financed, registration closed)

 

 

Wednesday 13.6.2018

9:20-

10:20

RN13 Board Meeting (Members of Advisory and Executive Board) / SN200

10:20-

10:40

RN13 Business Meeting (for everyone interested) / SN200

10:40-

11:00

Coffee break (included)

11:00-

12:40

Session 6a / Chair: Vida Cesnuityté / SN200

UNDERSTANDING FAMILY TRAJECTORIES, DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS AND POLICY

  • Detlev Lück & Martin Bujard "Population Bomb", Two-Child-Norm and the Decline if Large Families. An Amendment to the Explanation of the Fertility Decline in the 1960's
  • Grazina Rapoliene & Lina Sumskaite A Comparative Discourse Analysis of Childlessness in Lithuanian Media
  • Katarzyna Suwada Does a family need to be based on traditional model? Hidden definitions of a family in the Polish family policy system
  • Eric Widmer, Marlène Sapin & Ivan de Carlo Family inclusiveness, demographic reserves, social class and cumulative dis/advantages

Session 6b / Chair: Rita Gouveia / SN203

YOUNG ADULTS

  • Julia Charlotte Bueschges & Isabella Fischer There is no place like the parents' home - Examining the influence of parental familialistic solidarity on cohabitation between young adults and their parents across Europe
  • Aino Luotonen Doing friendship in daily practices: Redoing boundaries of friendship and family
  • Gaëlle Aeby & Sue Heath Returning to the parental home after a break-up? Young adults renegotiating family relationships and boundaries in their housing pathways

12:40-

13:00

Best PhD prize, closing the conference / SN200

13:00-

14:00

Lunch (included)

 

 

POSTER SESSION Tue 12th June 12:35-13:00 (Exhibition 11:00-16:00)

Christoph Zangger, Sandra Gilgen & Janine Widmer Childcare Subsidies and Families Labor Supply Decisions: Evidence from Experimental Data
Anu Kinnunen & Osmo Kontula Singleness and well-being
Felicia Anna Robles Family map and Life line: new perspectives in qualitative children of divorce research
Mary Blair-Loy & Erin A. Cech The Devaluation of STEM Faculty Mothers: The Case of a Research University in the United States