Proposal Defense: Gamze Ipek › view all

Life goals and well-being:The role of work-family conflict.

May 03, 2022 - 13:00-14:30
South Hall (Jacobs University), Seminar Room West
Speaker: Gamze Ipek
Contact: Dr. Franziska Deutsch
Series: Proposal Defenses
Event type: public

Our Dean Patrick Sachweh is pleased to announce that the proposals of the BIGSSS cohort from September 2021 are ready to be presented to the public!

You are therefore cordially invited to participate online in the upcoming public proposal defenses of our doctoral fellows: 


3 May, 13:00-14:30h

Gamze Ipek (Jacobs University/BIGSSS, RTG Self)

"Life goals and well-being:The role of work-family conflict"

The PhD project is supervised by Sonia Lippke and Sonja Drobnič




This proposal defense takes place in the conetxt of the BIGSSS doctoral colloquium at Jacobs University.

Until the end of March, the colloquium will take place online via MS Teams. Starting in April, the colloquium will be held in person (Seminar Room West, South Hall, Jacobs University).

For participation, please contact Franziska Deutsch. 



Proposal Defenses Spring 2022

21 March, Pia Gebbing (Jacobs University) on Promoting virtual creative collaboration.

19 April, Dariya Krasimirova Koleva (Jacobs University/BIGSSS, RTG Self) on Rethinking resistance: A mixed methods study of discourse and solidarity in online communities.

27 April, Tanya Keni (University of Bremen/BIGSSS, RTG Self) on Negotiating between honor and dignity cultures in the context of migration.

03 May, Gamze Ipek (Jacobs University/BIGSSS, RTG Self) on Life goals and well-being:The role of work-family conflict.

10 May, Carina Hartz (Jacobs University/BIGSSS, RTG Self) on General worldviews and social cohesion: Understanding cohesive entities in Europe.

10 May, Gonzalo Arévalo Iglesias (University of Bremen, GloWel) on Networks of family support and welfare policy preferences.

17 May, Pay Laurin Jessen (University of Bremen/BIGSSS, RTG Self) on Variances in human morality from a cross cultural perspective: An inquiry on the role of self-construal and social interaction situations.

25 May, Debing Lian (Jacobs University/BIGSSS, RTG Self) on The impact of cosmopolitan and national identities on social solidarity.

31 May, Catalina Gana Léon (University of Bremen, GloWel) on Emotion work of paid and non-paid caregivers for the elderly: An exploration from Latin American and European care regimes.

28 June, Jessica Nuske (University of Bremen, affiliated fellow) on Interest groups as infrastructure for socio-scientific knowledge transfer?