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I welcome supervising PhDs and Postdocs on areas like:

- Social Inequalities in Child and Adolescent Well-Being

- Digitalisation of Family Life and Adolescent Digital Media 

- Gender Inequalities in Time Use and Mental Health

- Inequalities in Parenting and Parental Well-Being 

- Life-Course and Social Demography

- Cross-National Comparative Research

- Quantitative Methods, Experimental Designs & Mixed-Methods 


2021/25: Seyma Celik (Trinity College Dublin). Topics: Digital Use, Screen Time, Adolescent Well-Being, & Social Inequalities. Role: PhD Supervision.

- 2020/24: Sandrine Metzger (Trinity College Dublin). Topics: Gender Inequalities, Time Use and Life Course. Role: Main PhD Supervision.

- 2019/23Melissa Bohnert (Trinity College Dublin). Topics: Digital Use, Inequalities, and Child Well-Being. Role: PhD Supervision (completed).

- 2022/23: Giampiero Tarantino (Trinity College Dublin); Topics: School Interventions, Digital Media, and Adolescent Outcomes. Role: Postdoc supervision (completed)

- 2019/23: Cadhla McDonnell (Trinity College Dublin); Topics: Parent and Child Mental Health in Lone-Parent Families. Role: Postdoc supervision (completed)

2022/24: Henriette Bering (BIGSSS, University of Bremen). Topics: Social Stratification, Extracurricular Activities, Cultural Capital, Educational & Labour Market Outcomes. Role: PhD Co-Supervision. 

- 2017 - : 41 BA/MA theses supervised; 4 RAs supervised (Trinity College Dublin). 

Courses Taught:

More than 15 courses taught & more than 1,000 hours taught.



-  ‘Comparative Sociology’. Trinity College Dublin, BA.

-  ‘Gender, Work and Family’. BA. Trinity College Dublin, BA. 

-  ‘Introduction to Sociology’. BA. Trinity College Dublin, BA.

-  ‘Undergraduate Research Dissertation’. Trinity College Dublin, BA.

-  ‘Research Design’. Trinity College Dublin, PhD.


- ‘Concepts and Research in Political Science and Sociology’. EUI, Florence, PhD. 

- ‘Family Demography’. University College London, Institute of Education, BA. 

- ‘Quantitative Methods’. University College London, Institute of Education, BA.         

- ‘Foundations of Comparative Sociology’. EUI, PhD.


-  ‘Education,   Stratification  and  Life Course’ . University of Amsterdam, BA.

-  ‘Relationships, Cohesion and Inequalities’. University of Amsterdam, MSc.


- ‘Quantitative Methods in Social Policy’ . Pompeu Fabra University, MA.

- ‘Social Stratification’. Pompeu Fabra University, BA .


-  ‘Introduction  to  Sociology’. Pompeu  Fabra University, BA.

-  ‘Labor Market Sociology’ . Pompeu  Fabra University, BA.


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