Category Archives: Research

Posts which relate to research being undertaken, presented or published which has made use of the data.

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.

2000 Families Podcast launches

The 2000 Families podcast series has launched this week with its first episode now available on our website and on iTunes, where you can subscribe to the series and future episodes.

Lead researcher Ayse Guveli kicks our podcast off with an interview about the background to the study, the data that has been collected from the study’s 50,000  participants and an overview of some of the study’s first findings.

Future episodes will include interviews with Ayse’s international team of academics about their research using the data. They will include findings about education and work, family and friends, marriage and fertility, religion, attitudes and beliefs.

The series is produced and edited by former BBC journalist, Christine Garrington of Research Podcasts.

Photo credit: Mardin by Evgeni Zotov