Eric D. Widmer


Viry, G., Ganjour, O., Gauthier, J. A., Ravalet, E., & Widmer, E. (2017). Analysing the role of social visits on migrants’ social capital: A personal network approach. Social Inclusion, 5(4), 209-225.

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Widmer, E.D., Girardin, M., Ludwig, C. (2017). Conflict structures in family networks of older adults and their Relationship with health-related qualiy of life. Journal of Family Issues. pp. 1-25. Abstract | Full text

Widmer, E.D., Viry, G. (2017). Family inclusiveness and spatial dispersion: The spatial consequences of having large and diversified family configurations. Open Journal of Social Sciences. Vol. 5, pp. 350-367.

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Widmer, E.D., Spini, D. (2017). Misleading Norms and Vulnerability in the Life Course: Definition and Illustrations. Research in Human Development . Vol. 14(1). pp. 52-67. Abstract | Full text

Kellerhals, J., Widmer, E.D. (2016). Shades of individualisation: Narratives of middle-class women in a Swiss urban context about the families "they live by". Families, Relationships and Societies. Abstract | Full text

Sapin, M., Widmer, E.D., Iglesias, K. (2016). From support to overload: Patterns of positive and negative family relationships of adults with mental illness over time. Social Networks. Vol. 47, pp. 59-72.

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Bianchi-Demicheli, F., Ammar, N., Bolmont, M., Dosch, A., Favez, N., Van der Linden, M., Widmer, E. (2016). Une approche neurobiologique, psychologique et sociologique du désir sexuel et de la satisfaction sexuelle. Revue Médicale Suisse. Vol. 12, pp. 551-555. Abstract | Full text

Widmer, E.D., Ganjour, O. (2016). Patterns of family salience and welfare state regimes: sociability practices and support norms in a comparative perspective. European Societies. Vol. 18, n°3, pp. 201-220. Abstract |

Girardin, M., Widmer, E.D. (2015). Lay definitions of family and social capital in later life. Personal Relationships. Vol. 22, pp. 712-737. Abstract | Full text

Giudici, F., Widmer, E.D. (2015). Gendered Occupational Shifts in the Transition to Parenthood: The Influence of Personal Networks. Sociology. pp. 1-21.

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