Caroline Berghammer
Caroline Berghammer
Post-doctoral researcher, University of Vienna and Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU), Vienna Institute of Demography/Aus
Verified email at univie.ac.at
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The educational gradient of childbearing within cohabitation in Europe
B Perelli‐Harris, W Sigle‐Rushton, M Kreyenfeld, T Lappegård, R Keizer, ...
Population and development review 36 (4), 775-801, 2010
3592010
Changes in union status during the transition to parenthood in eleven European countries, 1970s to early 2000s
B Perelli-Harris, M Kreyenfeld, W Sigle-Rushton, R Keizer, T Lappegård, ...
Population studies 66 (2), 167-182, 2012
2702012
Towards a new understanding of cohabitation: Insights from focus group research across Europe and Australia
B Perelli-Harris, M Mynarska, A Berrington, C Berghammer, A Evans, ...
Demographic research 31, 1043-1078, 2014
1442014
Religion and fertility ideals, intentions and behaviour: A comparative study of European countries
D Philipov, C Berghammer
Vienna yearbook of population research, 271-305, 2007
1432007
The return of the male breadwinner model? Educational effects on parents’ work arrangements in Austria, 1980–2009
C Berghammer
Work, employment and society 28 (4), 611-632, 2014
902014
Church attendance and childbearing: Evidence from a Dutch panel study, 1987–2005
C Berghammer
Population Studies 66 (2), 197-212, 2012
682012
The gap between lifetime fertility intentions and completed fertility in Europe and the United States: A cohort approach
E Beaujouan, C Berghammer
Population Research and Policy Review 38 (4), 507-535, 2019
532019
Contextualizing the education effect on women's employment: A cross‐national comparative analysis
N Steiber, C Berghammer, B Haas
Journal of Marriage and Family 78 (1), 246-261, 2016
532016
Examining nonmarital childbearing in Europe: How does union context differ across countries
B Perelli-Harris, W Sigle-Rushton, T Lappegard, A Jasilioniene, ...
Rostock: Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR working paper …, 2009
522009
Religious socialisation and fertility: transition to third birth in the Netherlands
C Berghammer
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 25 (3), 297, 2009
442009
Family life trajectories and religiosity in Austria
C Berghammer
European Sociological Review 28 (1), 127-144, 2012
372012
Developing a concept of Muslim religiosity: an analysis of everyday lived religion among female migrants in Austria
C Berghammer, K Fliegenschnee
Journal of Contemporary Religion 29 (1), 89-104, 2014
332014
The educational gradient of nonmarital childbearing in Europe: Emergence of a pattern of disadvantage
B Perelli-Harris, W Sigle-Rushton, M Kreyenfeld, T Lappegard, ...
Unpublished manuscript], WP 4, 2010
322010
Keine Zeit für Kinder? Veränderungen in der Kinderbetreuungszeit von Eltern in Deutschland und Österreich/No Time for Children? Changes in Parents’ Child Care Time in Germany …
C Berghammer
Zeitschrift für Soziologie 42 (1), 52-73, 2013
282013
Cohabitation and marriage in Austria: Assessing the individualization thesis across the life course
C Berghammer, K Fliegenschnee, EM Schmidt
Demographic research 31, 1137-1166, 2014
272014
Die Verbreitung des Doppelernährer-und Doppelbetreuermodells in fünf Ländern Europas
C Berghammer, R Verwiebe
WSI-Mitteilungen 68 (2), 116-124, 2015
202015
Doing science, forgoing childbearing? Evidence from a sample of female scientists in Austria
I Buber, C Berghammer, A Prskawetz
Vienna Institute of Demography Working Papers, 2011
19*2011
Turbulenzen im Kinderleben: mütterliche Partnerschaftsbiographien und multiple Übergänge nach elterlicher Trennung
U Zartler, C Berghammer
Zeitschrift für Familienforschung 25 (3), 286-308, 2013
152013
The Part-Time Revolution: Changes in the Parenthood Effect on Women’s Employment in Austria across the Birth Cohorts from 1940 to 1979
B Riederer, C Berghammer
European Sociological Review 36 (2), 284-302, 2020
132020
Familie, Partnerschaft und Geschlechterrollen - Alles im Wandel?
C Berghammer, EM Schmidt
Quo vadis, Österreich? Wertewandel zwischen 1990 und 2018, 56-87, 2019
102019
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