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2000 Families: Podcast 06 – gender equality

In Episode 6 of our 2000 Families podcast, Dr Niels Spierings from the Radboud University in the Netherlands talks about what the study tell us about the participants’ attitudes towards gender equality.

The interview is based on his chapter Gender Attitudes in the book Intergenerational consequences of migration: Socio-economic, family and cultural patterns of stability and change in Turkey and Europe.

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2000 Families: Podcast 05 – Marriage and family

In Episode 5 of our 2000 Families podcast, Dr Helen Baykara-Krumme from the Chemnitz University of Technology in Germany talks about what the study tell us about getting married and having children.

The interview is based on her chapters on Marriage and Fertility  in the book Intergenerational consequences of migration: Socio-economic, family and cultural patterns of stability and change in Turkey and Europe.

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2000 Families: Podcast 04 – Migration and return migration

In Episode 4 of our 2000 Families podcast, Professor Bernhard Nauck from the Chemnitz University of Technology in Germany talks about what the study tell us about migration patterns.

The interview is based on his chapter Migration and Return Migration in the book Intergenerational consequences of migration: Socio-economic, family and cultural patterns of stability and change in Turkey and Europe.

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2000 Families: Podcast 03 – Education

In Episode 3 of our 2000 Families podcast, Dr Sait Bayraktar from the University of Essex talks about the educational achievements of the study’s participants.

The interview is based on his chapter Education in the book Intergenerational consequences of migration: Socio-economic, family and cultural patterns of stability and change in Turkey and Europe.

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2000 Families: Podcast 02 – Friends and social networks

In Episode 2 of our 2000 Families podcast, Professor Lucinda Platt from the London School of Economics and Political Science talks about how migration impacts on friendships and social networks.

The interview is based on her chapter Friends and Social Networks in the book Intergenerational consequences of migration: Socio-economic, family and cultural patterns of stability and change in Turkey and Europe.

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2000 Families: Podcast 01- The Study

The first research findings from our unprecedented and unique research study looking at the lives of 50,000 Turkish family members have been published in a fascinating new book.

The book examines how Turkish migrants, their children, grandchildren and great grandchildren have benefited from moving to Europe by looking at a whole range of things from their education and work to friends and family, religion and culture.

Its approach is unique in that it compares the lives of those who migrated to nine different European countries with those families who chose not to leave.

In the first episode of our 2000 Families Podcast, lead researcher on the study, Dr Ayse Guveli from the University of Essex explains the background to this Norface funded project.

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