Pflegende Angehörige älterer Menschen. Probleme, Bedürfnisse, Ressourcen und Zusammenarbeit mit der ambulanten Pflege

TitrePflegende Angehörige älterer Menschen. Probleme, Bedürfnisse, Ressourcen und Zusammenarbeit mit der ambulanten Pflege
Type de publicationBook
Year of Publication2012
Series EditorPerrig-Chiello, P, Höpflinger, F
Number of Pages343
PublisherHuber
Place PublishedBern
ISBN Number9783456950358

Strapazierte familiale Generationensolidarität? Pflegende Töchter und Söhne im Spannungsfeld zwischen Sollen und Können

TitreStrapazierte familiale Generationensolidarität? Pflegende Töchter und Söhne im Spannungsfeld zwischen Sollen und Können
Type de publicationBook Chapter
Year of Publication2012
AuteursPerrig-Chiello, P
ÉditeurPerrig-Chiello, P, Dubach, M
Book TitleBrüchiger Generationenkitt? Generationenbeziehungen im Umbau
Chapter10
Pagination95-104
Publishervdf Hochschulverlag
Place PublishedZürich
ISBN Number987-3-7281-3507-0

Generationensolidarität in Familie und Gesellschaft – noch funktioniert sie in der Schweiz

TitreGenerationensolidarität in Familie und Gesellschaft – noch funktioniert sie in der Schweiz
Type de publicationBook Chapter
Year of Publication2012
AuteursPerrig-Chiello, P
ÉditeurPerrig-Chiello, P, Dubach, M
Book TitleBrüchiger Generationenkitt? Generationenbeziehungen im Umbau
Chapter3
Pagination37-44
Publishervdf Hochschulverlag
Place PublishedZürich
ISBN Number978-3-7281-3507-0

Interroger la notion de vieillissement actif: émergence, diffusion et applications d’une politique du vieillissement aux conditions nécessaires

TitreInterroger la notion de vieillissement actif: émergence, diffusion et applications d’une politique du vieillissement aux conditions nécessaires
Type de publicationJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuteursKaeser, L, Roch, P-A
JournalWorking papers du Réseau de l’Association française de sociologie (RT6): Protection sociale, politiques sociales et solidarités
Volume2
Pagination1-34

Pro Senectute: visibilité et usages d’une association bientôt centenaire. Au service des vulnérables? / Pro Senectute: Sichtbarkeit und Nutzung einer bald hundertjährigen Stiftung. Im Dienste vulnerabler Menschen? (Pro Senectute report)

TitrePro Senectute: visibilité et usages d’une association bientôt centenaire. Au service des vulnérables? / Pro Senectute: Sichtbarkeit und Nutzung einer bald hundertjährigen Stiftung. Im Dienste vulnerabler Menschen? (Pro Senectute report)
Type de publicationReport
Year of Publication2012
AuteursDuvoisin, A, Baeriswyl, M, Oris, M, Perrig-Chiello, P, Bickel, J-F
PublisherCIGEV
Place PublishedGenève
Citation Key851

Trajectoires de vie dans la grande vieillesse. Rester chez soi ou s'installer en institution?

TitreTrajectoires de vie dans la grande vieillesse. Rester chez soi ou s'installer en institution?
Type de publicationBook
Year of Publication2012
AuteursCavalli, S
Number of Pages248
PublisherGeorg
Place PublishedGenève
ISBN Number978-2-8257-1009-8
Notes

Ouvrage tiré de la thèse de Stefano Cavalli: http://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:638

The destruction of multiethnic locations: Markers of identity and the determinants of residential trajectories

TitreThe destruction of multiethnic locations: Markers of identity and the determinants of residential trajectories
Type de publicationBook Chapter
Year of Publication2013
AuteursGauthier, J-A, Widmer, E
ÉditeurSpini, D, Elcheroth, G, Corkalo Biruski, D
Book TitleWar, community and social change. Collective experiences in the Former Yugoslavia
Pagination85-98
PublisherSpringer
Place PublishedNew York
Mots-clésex-Yugoslavia, residential mobility, sequence analysis
Résumé

Modern conflicts have been associated with large numbers of relocated individuals (Schmeidl, 1997). The Yugoslavian wars are no exception: they have been highlighted for their association with systematic ethnic cleansing and dramatic moves of civil populations. It is of great importance to understand how collective threats such as wars have an impact on individual lives. As a matter of fact, the issue raised by migrations related to wars is not only to measure the extent to which an ethnic minority, as a group, is victim of discrimination and collective threats, but also to estimate the influence of such phenomena on life experiences and life trajectories of individuals belonging to minorities. Individuals facing collective threats may stay where they used to live or may be driven out; they may relocate elsewhere until the end of their lives or they may return to their former place of residence during or after the conflict. They may have to move once or several times. The experience of war may remain something peculiar with little consequences in the long run for some; it may significantly tilt the balance of life for others.

L'activation des "jeunes adultes en difficulté". Le cas du programme FORJAD dans le canton de Vaud

TitreL'activation des "jeunes adultes en difficulté". Le cas du programme FORJAD dans le canton de Vaud
Type de publicationJournal Article
Year of Publication2012
AuteursBonvin, J-M, Dif-Pradalier, M, Rosenstein, E
JournalChroniques du travail
Volume2
Pagination51-66
Résumé

Cet article propose de mobiliser l’approche par les capacités d’Amartya Sen pour évaluer les politiques sociales et plus spécifiquement, les politiques d’insertion destinées aux jeunes en situation de vulnérabilité. Dans ce cadre analytique, l’efficacité d’un programme d’insertion doit être évaluée à l’aune de son impact sur les « capabilités » des personnes c’est-à-dire sur leur liberté réelle de mener la vie et d’avoir un emploi qu’elles ont des raisons de valoriser. Ce cadre est ici appliqué pour évaluer un politique d’insertion novatrice en Suisse, le programme FORJAD, qui a pour objectif d’accroître les opportunités d’insertion professionnelle des jeunes adultes à l’aide sociale en les accompagnant durant l’accomplissement d’une formation professionnelle. Les résultats montrent que si FORJAD concourt au développement de la capacité d’action de ses bénéficiaires, plusieurs améliorations peuvent encore être envisagées dans une perspective capacitante.

Heat waves and elderly mortality responses: What about social differential vulnerability?

TitreHeat waves and elderly mortality responses: What about social differential vulnerability?
Type de publicationBook Chapter
Year of Publication2012
AuteursOris, M, Lerch, M
ÉditeurBeekink, E, Walhout, E
Book TitleFrans Van Poppel: A sort of farewell
Pagination113-116
PublisherAndo
Place PublishedThe Hague
ISBN Number978-90-8780-000-0

Assessing the performance of the Swiss Panel LIVES Calendar: Evidence from a pilot study

TitreAssessing the performance of the Swiss Panel LIVES Calendar: Evidence from a pilot study
Type de publicationJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuteursMorselli, D, Spini, D, Le Goff, J-M, Gauthier, J-A, Brändle, K, Mugnari, E, Dasoki, N, Roberts, C, Bernardi, L, Bühlmann, F, Ryser, V-A, Tillmann, R, Kühr, J, Bumbaru, A
JournalLIVES Working Papers
Volume2013
Ticket28
Pagination1-56
PublisherNCCR LIVES
Place PublishedLausanne
Type of ArticleResearch paper
ISSN2296-1658
Mots-clésadministration modes, life-history calendar, reliability, Swiss Household Panel, vulnerability
Résumé

The use of life-history calendar methods in survey research has been growing during the last couple of decades. This study presents a series of tests on the Swiss Panel LIVES Calendar (SPLC) aiming to understand the quality of the tool in collecting the expected data. The SPLC is a paper and pencil tool specifically designed for the first wave of the third sample of Swiss Household Panel to study life trajectories in relation to the concept of vulnerability. Thus, the SPLC is designed to be moderately standardized and relatively quick to complete, providing sufficient information on respondent’s life trajectories in the domains of residential moves, cohabitation, intimate relationship, family, occupation, and health. The performance of the tool has been assessed using coherence and completeness indicators and by comparing the data collected through different modes, different sub-samples of the populations, and a previous survey (Family tiMes) which used the calendar method. Results showed a good performance of the SPLC both in terms of internal coherence and completeness. SPLC data are robust across modes and comparable to life-history calendar data collected with interactive face-to-face interviews.

DOI10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2013.28

Vulnerability across the life course: A theoretical framework and research directions

TitreVulnerability across the life course: A theoretical framework and research directions
Type de publicationJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuteursSpini, D, Hanappi, D, Bernardi, L, Oris, M, Bickel, J-F
JournalLIVES Working Papers
Volume2013
Ticket27
Pagination1-35
PublisherNCCR LIVES
Place PublishedLausanne
Type of ArticleResearch paper
ISSN2296-1658
Mots-cléslife course, process, resources, risks, social context, social policy, stress, vulnerability
Résumé

In this paper we aim at defining vulnerability in a life course perspective. We follow several steps to legitimate and define the concept of vulnerability as a new travelling concept for life course studies. We begin by presenting the social and historical context in which vulnerability emerges as a useful concept. Then we briefly analyse the current scientific production within the social sciences to determine whether vulnerability can be a heuristic concept for interdisciplinary research against other concepts like poverty, poverty and isolation in sociology, depression in psychology or frailty in gerontology for example. Finally, we review existing life course literature (theories of personality development, sociology of stress, accumulation of (dis)advantage) to propose a dynamic view of vulnerability in the long- and short-term and propose to put vulnerability on the research agenda based on the dynamic model of vulnerability, which is developed using the concepts of life trajectory and transition, resources, life events and stressors, and social context.

DOI10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2013.27

"If I had known our couple turned that way, I would not have stopped working": A biographical account of labour force participation and conjugal love

Titre"If I had known our couple turned that way, I would not have stopped working": A biographical account of labour force participation and conjugal love
Type de publicationJournal Article
Year of Publication2012
AuteursWidmer, E, Schicka, M, Ernst Stähli, M, Le Goff, J-M, Levy, R
JournalSociologia e Politiche Sociali
Volume15
NombreSpecial Issue
Pagination29-49
Mots-clésintimacy, life course, marital satisfaction, work
Résumé

This study examines how the work trajectories of women and men after childbirth and their subjective evaluation influence conjugal love. Data are drawn from the study, «Social Stratification, Cohesion and Conflict in Contemporary Families» (Widmer et al., 2003). The results show that an interruption of labour force participation increases the risk of feeling less in love for women, especially if the interruption is perceived as a sacrifice. Women's feelings of love also depend on the way in which their male partners consider their own work trajectories. Men's feelings of love are much less sensitive to their own and their partners’ work trajectories. The results are discussed within the life course perspective.

DOI10.3280/SP2012-SU3003
Refereed DesignationRefereed

Validation of the German version of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale and its relation to orientations to happiness and work stress

TitreValidation of the German version of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale and its relation to orientations to happiness and work stress
Type de publicationJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuteursJohnston, C, Luciano, EC, Maggiori, C, Ruch, W, Rossier, J
JournalJournal of Vocational Behavior
Volume83
Ticket3
Pagination295-304
Date Published12/2013
ISSN00018791
Mots-cléscareer adapt-ability, mediator, orientations to happiness, work stress
Résumé

Career adapt-ability has recently gained momentum as a psychosocial construct that not only has much to offer the field of career development, but also contributes to positive coping, adjustment and self-regulation through the four dimensions of concern, control, curiosity and confidence. The positive psychology movement, with concepts such as the orientations to happiness, explores the factors that contribute to human flourishing and optimum functioning. This research has two main contributions; 1) to validate a German version of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale (CAAS), and 2) to extend the contribution of adapt-abilities to the field of work stress and explore its mediating capacity in the relation between orientations to happiness and work stress. We used a representative sample of the German-speaking Swiss working population including 1204 participants (49.8% women), aged between 26 and 56 (Mage = 42.04). Results indicated that the German version of the CAAS is valid, with overall high levels of model fit suggesting that the conceptual structure of career adapt-ability replicates well in this cultural context. Adapt-abilities showed a negative relationship to work stress, and a positive one with orientations to happiness. The engagement and pleasure scales of orientations to happiness also correlated negatively with work stress. Moreover, career adapt-ability mediates the relationship between orientations to happiness and work stress. In depth analysis of the mediating effect revealed that control is the only significant mediator. Thus control may be acting as a mechanism through which individuals attain their desired life at work subsequently contributing to reduced stress levels.

DOI10.1016/j.jvb.2013.06.002
Short TitleJournal of Vocational Behavior

The effect of receiving supplementary UI benefits on unemployment duration

TitreThe effect of receiving supplementary UI benefits on unemployment duration
Type de publicationJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuteursKyyrä, T, Parrotta, P, Rosholm, M
JournalLabour Economics
Volume21
Pagination122–133
Date Published04/2013
Mots-clésduration analysis, lock-in effect, part-time work, treatment effect, unemployment benefits
Résumé

We consider the consequences of working part-time and receiving supplementary benefits for part-time unemployment in the Danish labor market. Following the timing-of-events approach we estimate causal effects of part-time work with supplementary benefits on the hazard rate out of unemployment insurance benefit receipt. We find evidence of a negative in-treatment effect and a positive post-treatment effect, both of which vary across different groups of individuals. The resulting net effect on the expected unemployment duration is positive for some groups (e.g. married women) and negative for others (e.g. young workers).

DOI10.1016/j.labeco.2013.02.002

Personality assessment and career interventions

TitrePersonality assessment and career interventions
Type de publicationJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuteursRossier, J
JournalLIVES Working Papers
Volume2013
Ticket26
Pagination1-40
PublisherNCCR LIVES
Place PublishedLausanne
Type of ArticleResearch paper
ISSN2296-1658
Mots-cléscareer adapt-abilities, career interventions, five-factor model, personality, personality assessment, regulation processes, vocational guidance
Résumé

Career interventions for adults frequently include personality assessment. Personality in career counseling contexts should no longer be considered as vocational personality associated with personality interests but, rather, as a set of dispositions that has an impact on several vocational and career-related outcomes, such as work engagement, work satisfaction, job performance, etc. Although the relationship between personality and the vocational and career related outcomes is not direct, it might certainly be mediated by several regulatory processes, such as work adaptability, and moderated by contextual and environmental factors. Personality assessment initiates an individual’s self-regulatory process and contributes to the overall effectiveness of career interventions when feedback is individualized and stimulates a deconstruction, reconstruction, and co-construction of the vocational or multiple self-concept. Personality assessments can also promote the reconstruction of a self-concept more aligned with the perception of the environment about the personality of the counselee, strengthening the reality principle allowing more rational and controlled choices. In addition, some specific personality profiles, such as having high levels of neuroticism and low levels of conscientiousness, can be considered as risk factors frequently leading to career decision-making difficulties. Moreover, people with low conscientiousness benefit less from career interventions, so special attention should be devoted to counselees having that characteristic. Two case studies are provided to illustrate these important aspects of personality assessment in career interventions.

DOI10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2013.26

La visibilité du genre dans des revues de sociologie du travail

TitreLa visibilité du genre dans des revues de sociologie du travail
Type de publicationJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuteursLe Feuvre, N, Bataille, P, Morend, L
JournalCahiers du Genre
Volume54
Ticket1
Pagination121-150
Date Published2013
ISSN1298-6046
Mots-clésédition, études genre, France, Grande-Bretagne, revues, sociologie du travail
Résumé

Labour was the primary subject of early academic work on gender relations in France and “gender studies” remained marked by this legacy. Can we however assert that the gender dimension of work is now fully integrated into this branch of sociology and that gender specialists receive full recognition in the field? To answer this question, we propose a comparative analysis of the evolution of the number of articles devoted to the “gendering of work” in two sociology of labour journals in France and Great Britain. We show that the number of articles relating to gender and work is consistently much smaller in France than on the other side of the Channel, throughout the period studied. This “gender blindness” which pervades labour sociology in France does not obscure only the reality of women’s work in this country; it also hides and marginalizes the female researches who specialize on gender within this academic field.

DOI10.3917/cdge.054.0121
Refereed DesignationRefereed

Validation of an adapted French form of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale in four Francophone countries

TitreValidation of an adapted French form of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale in four Francophone countries
Type de publicationJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuteursJohnston, C, Broonen, J-P, Stauffer, SD, Hamtiaux, A, Pouyaud, J, Zecca, G, Houssemand, C, Rossier, J
JournalJournal of Vocational Behavior
Volume83
Nombre1
Pagination1-10
Date Published08/2013
ISSN0001-8791
Mots-clésadaptability, career adapt-abilities, measurement invariance, test adaptation
Résumé

This study presents the validation of a French version of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale in four Francophone countries. The aim was to re-analyze the item selection and then compare this newly developed French-language form with the international form 2.0. Exploratory factor analysis was used as a tool for item selection, and confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) verified the structure of the CAAS French-language form. Measurement equivalence across the four countries was tested using multi-group CFA. Adults and adolescents (N=1707) participated from Switzerland, Belgium, Luxembourg, and France. Items chosen for the final version of the CAAS French-language form are different to those in the CAAS international form 2.0 and provide an improvement in terms of reliability. The factor structure is replicable across country, age, and gender. Strong evidence for metric invariance and partial evidence for scalar invariance of the CAAS French-language form across countries is given. The CAAS French-language and CAAS international form 2.0 can be used in a combined form of 31 items. The CAAS French-language form will certainly be interesting for practitioners using interventions based on the life design paradigm or aiming at increasing career adapt-ability.

DOI10.1016/j.jvb.2013.02.002
Refereed DesignationRefereed

Mythe et réalités sociales du «dévoiement» des normaliens. L’exemple des Écoles normales supérieures de Fontenay-aux-Roses, Saint-Cloud et Lyon (1981-1987)

TitreMythe et réalités sociales du «dévoiement» des normaliens. L’exemple des Écoles normales supérieures de Fontenay-aux-Roses, Saint-Cloud et Lyon (1981-1987)
Type de publicationJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuteursBataille, P
JournalFormation emploi
Volume121
Ticket1
Pagination107-126
Date Published03/2013
Mots-cléscivil service, education in elite higher education schools, occupational mobility, social origin, state
Résumé

Does the question of the senior civil servants who deviate from the original goal of their formation concern, at the same level, all the members of all the major branches of the civil service? The analyze of the professional achievement of one graduates cohort from the “Ecole normale supérieure” of Saint-Cloud, Fontenay and Lyon (class of 1981-1987) reveals large variations in sectorial mobility and “professional deviation” according to their field of specialization on the one hand, and their social origin, on the other hand.

Refereed DesignationRefereed

Choix professionnels, orientations temporelles et scripts sexués des professions

TitreChoix professionnels, orientations temporelles et scripts sexués des professions
Type de publicationJournal Article
Year of Publication2013
AuteursFassa Recrosio, F
JournalLIVES Working Papers
Volume2013
Ticket20.5
Pagination1-38
PublisherNCCR LIVES
Place PublishedLausanne
Type of ArticleArticle scientifique
ISSN2296-1658
Mots-clésarticulation des temps sociaux, élites, genre, temporalités, transgression
Résumé

Les trois recherches (mixed method) que nous avons menées sur les professions supérieures (enseignant.e.-chercheur.e.s du monde académique, cadres de l’administration publique et enseignant.e.s de la scolarité post-obligatoire) ont montré que les organisations professionnelles jouent un rôle important dans la manière dont les deux sexes articulent temps professionnels et temps privé, orientant ainsi leur carrière selon des références prioritaires qui peuvent tenir à l’identité professionnelle ou à celle de genre.
Ces résultats nous amènent à discuter du pouvoir d’imposition des «images-guides» de l’orientation temporelle, intériorisées et fortement sexuées du fait d’une socialisation différencielle, et du rôle des contextes professionnels dans leur activation. Dans certains cas l’organisation professionnelle favorise un partage inégal et traditionnel des tâches éducatives alors que ses normes peuvent dans d’autres cas être à la source d’une remise en cause du régime de genre.

DOI10.12682/lives.2296-1658.2013.20.5

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