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Fakultät Sozialwissenschaften

Research projects

Ongoing projects

Completed projects

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Minerva School: Social networks and health inequalities in ageing societies

09/04/2023 - 09/07/2023

The Minerva School "Social networks and health inequalities in ageing societies" aims to establish an interdisciplinary research cooperation between scientists from Germany and Israel and to set the foundation for future research projects.

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Research project: Plug-In

03/01/2020 - 02/28/2023

Plug-In investigates, among others, the consequences of implementing a developed assistance system at micro and macro level.

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Research project: AGE-WELL

02/01/2020 - 02/28/2023

AGE-WELL investigates social inequalities over the life course and determinants of well-being in different national and regional contexts

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Research project: IN-CARE

04/01/2019 - 06/30/2023

IN-CARE investigates whether and how different long-term care systems and recent reforms of long-term care within Europe and Japan are related to socioeconomic differences in the use of formal and informal care, health and well-being in later life.

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Research project: Health and support in times of corona

05/01/2020 - 12/31/2020

The pilot study investigates, among others, how the COVID-19 pandemic affects the health situation, as well as the support provided and received by people in middle and later adulthood.

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Research project: Truth or report?

01/01/2017 - 12/31/2017

The project investigates which health-related and non-health-related factors affect the evaluation of one's own health and whether these correlations differ according to age and gender.