Demographic transition has as much or more to do with cultural values as with socio-economic factors.
The World Family Map 2019 was presented last week at the Brookings Institution’s Center on Children and Families. The Executive Summary “The Ties that Bind: Is Faith a Global Force for Good or Ill in the Family?” follows:
Sociologist Nicholas Wolfinger has found that adult children of divorced families of origin are less likely to divorce from their own marriages than in the past.
Philosopher Al Mele summarizes for STI the thrust of his latest book. It concerns autonomy and free will, into which Mele has delved in many projects - STI’s Is Science Compatible with Our Desire for Freedom? experts meeting among them.
Philosopher and business school professor Alejo José G. Sison considers the true marks of excellence in advanced business schools, lamenting that standard ranking systems fail to take them into proper account.
All over Europe, civil society is not waiting for governments to solve the problems families face. Varied initiatives in many countries seek to strengthen this fundamental building block of society.
Politics should take advantage of women’s experience in solving social conflicts and in mediation work, where they are more active than are men, suggests philosopher Ana Marta González in this opinion piece.
Existing data already show that cohabitating unions are less stable than married ones. New data reveal that many of the partners in such unions are less sure of and less committed to these relationships from the start.
How can we incorporate digital technologies and AI into our homes to benefit all household members, particularly those in need of more care – children, the elderly, the infirm or disabled – while guarding against their disadvantages?
Robots can do many things previously entrusted to humans. How should we manage their entry into new fields for the maximum benefit to all?
A new study links religious practice to happiness and well-being: More is more.
An aging population and ever increasing number of women in the workforce put pressure on the PHS sector, which is disproportionally served by undeclared workers. EU member states are addressing the situation with widely varying models.