ELSA sub-project "Unintended pregnancies - consequences, coping and needs. Statistical analyses and qualitative analyses including affected men" Social Science Research Institute on Gender Issues at FIVE e.V. Freiburg (SoFFI F.).
The subproject at the Freiburg site is responsible for the organization and coordination of the standardized cross-sectional surveys (repeated surveys at intervals of one year), which are intended to generate basic distribution, progression and correlation statements and special statements for all project partners.
In terms of content, the sub-project contributes to the overarching research question of specific stresses and support needs in the comparison of carried and terminated unintended pregnancies through the special focus on stress and coping processes as a couple event from the perspective of those involved (together with Fulda). For this purpose, standardized and qualitatively collected information from the partners of the women surveyed will be evaluated in order to further develop support services for couples and men in health care.
Tilmann Knittel is in charge of statistical analyses on reproductive biographies at the Social Science Institute for Gender Issues. Previously, Mr. Knittel led projects on family and social policy at the consulting firm Prognos AG for almost 20 years.
Janet-Lynn Holz, M. A. Sociology, joined the Social Science Research Institute for Gender Issues in Freiburg (SoFFI F.) in 2021 as a research associate. The thematic focus includes qualitative social research and gender studies with a focus on sociology of masculinity.
Victoria Melchior, M.A. Sociology and Social Research, has been working as a research associate at the Social Science Research Institute on Gender Issues FIVE Freiburg since 2021. The focus of her work is on family sociological topics and qualitative research methods.
Laura Olejniczak, M. A. Sociology, has been working as a research assistant at the Social Science Research Institute on Gender Issues in Freiburg since January 2021. The focus of her work is on statistical analyses.
Doris Prilop has been working as an interviewer for the Social Science Research Institute for Gender Issues since 2012. Here she conducts interviews with adults, children and young people in a wide variety of research projects.