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Vita

Annika Stein studied „Politics and Public Administration” at the University of Konstanz (B.A.) and “Empirical Research in Democracy” at the Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz (M.A.).  During her studies she spent academic stays at the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education in Guadalajara (Mexico) and the University of Economics and Business in Prague (Czechia). Annika worked as a student assistant at the Federal Institute for Population Research until December 2020. Since February 2021, she works at GESIS as a research associate and doctoral candidate for the panel study FReDA (Family Research and Demographic Analysis) in the Family Surveys team.


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Forschung

family sociology, economic deprivation, and familial processes


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Veröffentlichungen

Publikation

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Daten/Software

Bujard, Martin, Tobias Gummer, Karsten Hank, Franz J. Neyer, Reinhard Pollak, Norbert F. Schneider, C. Katharina Spieß, Christof Wolf, Irina Bauer, Simon Börlin, David Bretschi, Katja Brüggemann, Pablo Christmann, Lena Frembs, Katharina Groß, Carolin Jost, Tanja Kunz, Rüdiger Lenke, Emily Lines, Detlev Lück, Robert Naderi, Elias Naumann, Theresa Nutz, Anne-Sophie Oehrlein, Viktoria Oellers, Kerstin Ruckdeschel, Lisa Schmid, Almut Schumann, Nina Schumann, Annika Stein, Carolin Thönnissen, Emely Ullrich, Ellen von den Driesch, and Ulrich Weih. 2022. FReDA – Das familiendemographische Panel, GESIS, Köln. ZA7777 Datenfile Version 1.0.0. doi: https://doi.org/10.4232/1.13745.

Vortrag

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Konferenzbeitrag

Stein, Annika. 2022. "Does Economic Deprivation Affect Parental Self-Efficacy? – Taking a Closer Look at Unemployment, Economic Resources and Parental Psychological Distress." Seventh pairfam Interdisciplinary International Conference 14 Years of pairfam – Résumé and Outlook of the German Family Panel in Munich (May 11 to May 13, 2022).

Stein, Annika, Detlev Lück, and Carolin Thönnissen. 2021. "„FReDA – Das familiendemografische Panel“ Eine neue Dateninfrastruktur für die Familienforschung." Virtuelle Herbsttagung der Sektion Familiensoziologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, GESIS (online), Munich, 18.11.2021.