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The Impact of Informal Care and Employment on the Mental Health of the Caregiver.

Eberl, A., Lang, S., & Seebaß, K. (2017).
The Impact of Informal Care and Employment on the Mental Health of the Caregiver. Sozialer Fortschritt, 66(1), 77-96.
Abstract

This study examines if informal caregiving has a negative effect on the mental health of the caregiver, taking into account additional burdens such as that of holding down a job. The analyses are based on the German Socio-Economic Panel(GSOEP). We estimate fixed-effects regressions of a measure of caregivers' mental health(SF-12) on hours of informal caregiving, taking into account the relationships between the caregiver and the person being cared for. Our results show that hours of caregiving have a negative effect on mental health. Being employed for a few working hours only has a positive effect on the health status even in combination with informal care duties. An interaction of these factors reveals a positive effect on mental health.

Patent Research in the Field of Library and Information Science: Less Useful or Difficult to Explore.

Qu, Z., Zhang, S., & Zhang, C. (2017).
Patent Research in the Field of Library and Information Science: Less Useful or Difficult to Explore. Scientometrics.

RIDAL – A Language for Research Information Definition Argumentation.

Riechert, M. T. (2017).
RIDAL – A Language for Research Information Definition Argumentation. Data Science Journal, 16(1), 1-17.

How negative partisanship affects voting behavior in Europe: Evidence from an analysis of 17 European multi-party systems with proportional voting.

Mayer, S.J. (2017).
How negative partisanship affects voting behavior in Europe: Evidence from an analysis of 17 European multi-party systems with proportional voting. Research and Politics 4(1), 1-7.

Childlessness and Fertility Dynamics of Female Higher Education Graduates in Germany.

Schaeper, H., Grotheer, M., & Brandt, G. (2017).
Childlessness and Fertility Dynamics of Female Higher Education Graduates in Germany. In Kreyenfeld, M., & Konietzka, D. (Hrsg.), Childlessness in Europe: Contexts, Causes, and Consequences (S. 209–232). Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Das Ringen um eine prekäre Balance.

Kleimann, B. (2017).
Das Ringen um eine prekäre Balance. Die Neue Hochschule. Heft 1 (2017), 8-11.

Austria: Determinants and Developments of Religious Voting.

Aichholzer, J., Johann, D., & Kritzinger, S. (2017).
Austria: Determinants and Developments of Religious Voting. In Calvo, K., Montero, J. R., & Segatti, P. (Hrsg.), Religious Voting in Western Democracies: Past Legacies and New Conflicts. Oxford: Oxford University Press, [im Erscheinen].

Developing and Standardising Definitions for Research Information: Framework and Methods of Successful Process Documentation.

Riechert, M., Biesenbender, S., & Quix, C. (2017).
Developing and Standardising Definitions for Research Information: Framework and Methods of Successful Process Documentation. Procedia Computer Science, 106, 260-267.

Delayed entry into higher education.

Mishra, S. (2016).
Delayed entry into higher education. EUROSTUDENT Intelligence Brief No. 5, 2016. Hanover: German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW).
Abstract

The newest intelligence brief focuses on the phenomenon of delayed entry into higher education. Based on EUROSTUDENT V data, this IB provides comparative data for these patterns, and also provides insight into the possible reasons and consequences of a delayed entry into higher education.

International student mobility in Armenia, Georgia, Russia, and Ukraine.

Hauschildt, K., & Chvorostov, A. (2016).
International student mobility in Armenia, Georgia, Russia, and Ukraine. EUROSTUDENT Intelligence Brief No. 4, 2016. Hanover: German Centre for Higher Education Research and Science Studies (DZHW).
Abstract

The new intelligence brief analyses international student mobility in Armenia, Georgia, Russia, and Ukraine. The main focus of the IB is to describe and compare plans and realisations of temporary enrolments abroad, as well as examining major channels and obstacles for international mobility.

Studienerfahrungen beeinträchtigter Studierender. Ergebnisse des Konstanzer Studierendensurveys im Vergleich.

Kerst, C. (2016).
Studienerfahrungen beeinträchtigter Studierender. Ergebnisse des Konstanzer Studierendensurveys im Vergleich. In Klein, U.; & Schindler, C. (Hrsg.), Inklusive Hochschule. Neue Perspektiven für Praxis und Forschung (S. 136-155), Weinheim und Basel: Beltz Juventa.

Exzellent, outstanding, cutting edge oder einfach gute Forschung?

Hornbostel, S. (2016).
Exzellent, outstanding, cutting edge oder einfach gute Forschung? In Sächsisches Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst (Hrsg.), Exzellente Wissenschaft – wer bestimmt den Wert der Forschung? (S. 28-37). Dresden.

Sanktion ja, Debatte nein.

Reinhart, M., & Heßelmann, F. (2016).
Sanktion ja, Debatte nein. duz Deutsche Universitätszeitung (11/2016), 14-15.

Neue Ungleichheiten im deutschen Hochschulsystem? Internationale Studierendenmobilität zwischen 1991 und 2012.

Finger, C., & Netz, N. (2016).
Neue Ungleichheiten im deutschen Hochschulsystem? Internationale Studierendenmobilität zwischen 1991 und 2012. WZBrief Bildung (No. 34). Berlin: WZB.

The German Doctoral Candidates and Doctorate Holders Study ProFile.

Lange, J., Lietz, A., Ambrasat, J., Tesch, J., & Wegner, A. (2016).
The German Doctoral Candidates and Doctorate Holders Study ProFile. Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik / Journal of Economics and Statistics, 4, 349-363. De Gruyter Oldenbourg. Open Access.

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