When two romantic partners decide to live together, one of the most important decisions they have to make is where to live: who moves in with whom, or where will the new destination for both of them be?
Some of Eurostat’s most interesting data concerning the situation of young people in the EU today for the areas of demography, education and training, employment and entrepreneurship, health and well-being, social inclusion, and digital world.
Covid may have enhanced many dads’ involvement in parenting – our research shows why caregiving roles can last
The pandemic may also have accelerated a broader shift in the share of childcare fathers are taking on. Figures suggest UK working fathers spent 65% of the time working mothers did on childcare in 2022, compared with 54% in 2014 to 2015.
Psychosocial work stress and parent-child bonding during the COVID-19 pandemic: clarifying the role of parental symptoms of depression and aggressiveness
Psychosocial work stress in the course of a spillover effect from work to family and symptoms of impaired mental health as part of a crossover effect from parent to child potentially affects the child’s development in the long term.
Prevalence of teenage pregnancy and its associated factors in high fertility sub-Saharan Africa countries: a multilevel analysis
Teenage pregnancies are persistently high among adolescent women in high fertility countries in sub-Saharan Africa. It has been attributed to the high unmet need for family planning in this population. The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence and factors...
Is marriage merely a private institution, only between two people and therefore nobody else’s business? Or is marriage actually a very public institution in which it serves a much larger public purpose?