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Uwe Uhlendorf, Marina Rupp & Matthias Euteneuer
1.2.2 Change of family forms
1.2.3 Conclusions
1.3 Gender and generations
1.3.1 Transition to adulthood
1.3.2 Gender, parenthood, paid and unpaid work
1.3.3. Intergenerational relations in families
1.3.4. Gender, generations and family violence
1.3.5 Conclusions
1.4 Social inequalities and living environments
1.4.1 Social inequalities, diversity and wellbeing of families
1.4.2 Families and poverty
1.4.3 Physical living environment and housing
1.4.4 Conclusions
1.5 Social conditions of migrant families
1.5.1 Demographic impact of migration
1.5.3 Conclusions
1.6 Media, communication and information technologies
1.6.1 The changing place of media in the European home
1.6.2 Media technologies and associated risks
1.6.3 Parenting, media, everyday life and socialisation
1.7.4 Social care for older people
1.7.5 Local family policies
1.7.6 Conclusions
1.8 Gaps in existing research
1.9 References
Karin Wall, Mafalda Leitão & Vasco Ramos
2.1 Focus group sessions
2.1.1 Existential Field 1 - Family structures and family forms
2.1.2 Existential Field 2 - Development processes in the family
2.1.3 Existential Field 3 - State family policies
2.1.4 Existential Field 4 - Family, living environments and local policies
2.1.5 Existential Field 5 - Family management
2.1.6 Existential Field 6 - Social care and social services
2.1.7 Existential Field 7 - Social inequality and diversity of families
2.1.7 Topic 1 - Social inequalities and families
2.1.7 Topic 4 - Family violence
2.1.8 Existential Field 8 - Family, media, family education and participation
2.2.2 Workshop 2 - Motherhood and fatherhood in Europe
2.2.3 Workshop 3 - Ageing, families and social policy
2.2.4 Workshop 4 - Changes in conjugal life
2.2.5 Workshop 5 - Family relationships and wellbeing
2.2.6 Workshop 6 - Gender equality and families
Olaf Kapella, Anne-Claire de Liedekerke & Julie de Bergeyck
3.1 Introduction
3.1.1 Scientifc background for the work
3.1.2 Major trends in the Existential Fields
3.1.3 Key aspects of the wellbeing of the family
3.2 Methodological approach
3.2.1 The Foresight Approach
3.2.2 Methodological to constructing Future Scenarios
3.3 Possible family and living forms in 2035
3.4 Key policy issues and research questions
3.4.1 Importance of intergenerational solidarity and communities
3.4.2 Importance of sufcient time for families
3.4.3 Unpaid work and care arrangements
3.4.4 Children’s perspectives: rights, best interests, and impact on wellbeing
3.4.5 Family transitions
3.4.6 Family mainstreaming and individualisation
3.4.7 Impact of technological advance on families
3.5 Summary and conclusions
3.6 Annex - Living arrangements and family forms
3.6.1 Scenario 1
3.6.2 Scenario 2
3.6.3 Scenario 3
3.6.4 Scenario 4
3.7 References
4.1.1 Main societal trends
4.1.2 Key recent policy issues
4.2 Main research areas and methodological issues
4.3 General methodological remarks
4.6 Life-course and transitions
4.8 Migration and mobility
4.9 Inequalities and insecurities
Annex 3: FAMILYPLATFORM Reports and Publications
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