Institute of Sociology

Marie-Fleur Philipp

Research associate


Office

Hölderlinstr. 29, room 303
72074 Tübingen
Email: marie-fleur.philippspam prevention@uni-tuebingen.de

Office hours
by email appointment.

Short biography

since December 2020
Research associate at the Department of Sociology, University of Tübingen

Working title: “Family Structure and Policy Context Influences on Gender Ideologies and Norms”

2018–2020
Master of Arts Sociology with a Focus on Empirical Research, University of Tuebingen

Master’s thesis: “Gender Socialisation Across Diverse Family Structures: The Intergenerational Transmission of Gender Ideologies from Parents to Children”

2015–2018
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, University of Wien

Research interests

  • Family demography
  • Gender relations and the family
  • Family policy
  • Social inequalities

Publications

Philipp, Marie-Fleur; Büchau, Silke; Schober, Pia S.; Spiess, C. Katharina (forthcoming) Parental leave policies, usage consequences and changing normative beliefs: Evidence from a survey experiment, Gender & Society.

Philipp, Marie-Fleur; Gambaro, Ludovica; Schober Pia (2022): Breaking with traditions? How parental separation affects adolescents’ gender ideologies in the UK. Journal of Family Studies. DOI: 10.1080/13229400.2022.2153723.

Büchau, Silke; Philipp, Marie-Fleur; Schober, Pia S.; Spiess, C. Katharina (2022): Day care availability and awareness of gendered economic risks: How they shape work and care normsBiB Working Paper 7/2022. Wiesbaden: Bundesinstitut für Bevölkerungsforschung.

Schober, Pia S.; Büchau, Silke; Philipp, Marie-Fleur; Spiess, C. Katharina; Bozoyan, Christiane; Schmiedeberg, Claudia (2022): The Factorial Survey Experiment on “Normative Judgements of Work-Care Arrangements” in the German Family Panel. pairfam Technical Paper No. 19https://doi.org/10.5282/ubm/epub.92001

Presentations

2023:

  • Day-care quality and work-care norms: Experimental evidence from Germany, DGS family sociology spring conference (online), 02.-03.03.2023 
  • Day-care quality and work-care norms: Experimental evidence from Germany, ECSR, Collegio Carlo Alberto and NASP Joint Spring School on Changing Families and Social Inequality over the Life Course, Turin, 27.-30.03.2023      

2022:

  • Parental leave, take-up consequences and changing normative beliefs: Evidence from a survey experiment, Annual Seminar of the International Network for Leave Policies and Research, New York, 21./22.06.2022    
  • Who should scale back? Experimental evidence on employer support for part-time employment and working hours norms for couples with young children (poster presentation), European Consortium of Sociological Research Conference, Amsterdam, 06.-08.07.2022
  • Parental leave and day-care policy, take-up consequences and changing normative beliefs: Evidence from two survey experiments, Wittgenstein Centre Colloquium, Vienna, 06.09.2022
  • Who should scale back? Experimental evidence on employer support for part-time employment and working hours norms for couples with young children, The European Network for Social Policy Analysis Conference, Vienna, 14.-16.09.2022
  • Who should scale back? Experimental evidence on employer support for part-time employment and working hours norms for couples with young children, 41st Congress of the German Sociological Association, Bielefeld, 26.-30.09.2022
  • Breaking with traditions? How parental separation affects adolescents’ gender ideologies in the UK, Conference in Intergenerational Inequalities and the Contemporary Family Setup, Bremen, 21-11.11.2022

2021:

  • The effects of information about parental leave on normative judgements of the division of leave in Germany, Internal colloquium of the Department of Education and Family at the German Institute for Economic Research (DIW Berlin), August 2021 
  • The effects of information about parental leave on normative judgements of the division of leave in Germany, The European Network for Social Policy Analysis Online Conference 31-08.-03.09.2021 
  • The effects of information about parental leave on normative judgements of the division of leave in Germany, European Consortium of Sociological Research Online Conference, 07./08.10.2021