PN II-RU-TE-2014-4-2208
 
Rhythms and Patterns: The Quantitative Dimension of Family Life in Transylvania, 1850-1918
Copyright 2015 by Luminita Dumanescu    All Rights reserved    E-Mail: lumi.dumanescu@ubbcluj.ro
A. 1. Developing the working methodology: the first set of rules are going to be developed in the first two months. The methodology will be continuously updated during the project implementation;
A 2. The review of the scientific literature in the field for building the proper design for the research (months 3 and 4);
A 3. Database double check by sampling (months 3-4);
A 4. The export and restructure of the datasets according to the specific methodology (months 5-8);
A 5. Processing and analysing the births data (months 9-12). We are interested in the births frequencies, the year distribution, sex ratio, parents occupation, the medical assistance, vaccination etc.
A 6. Processing and analysing the marriage data: months 13-16, (frequencies according to the microareas, sezoniality, the endogamy and exogamy, age at marriage, the civil statute etc.).
A 7. Processing and analysing the death datasets: months 17-20,  (frequencies according to the micro areas, sezoniality of death, cause of death, medicalization etc).
A 8. Family reconstitution through sampling and record linkage (conecting all data related with one individual - extracted from birts, marriage and death registers. Months 9-20;
A 9. The longitudinal analysis, months 21-24;
A 10. The permanent dissemination of the project results: 4 articles are going to be published in the months 16-24, mainly by the project director and the postdoctoral researcher but the doctoral students can be associated as co-authors. Attendance with oral presentations of at least two international conferences for the director and postdoctoral researcher and one for the phd students. We intend to organize an workshop in 2016 on the issue of family patterns (especially for the South-Eastern part of Europe). We shall present our project and its results continuously through the project website - starting with the first month.

2016

Font Awesome Icons A3. Database double check by sampling (months 3-4);
A4. The export and restructure of the datasets according to the specific methodology (months 5-8);
A5. Processing and analysing the births data (months 9-12). We are interested in the births frequencies, the year distribution, sex ratio, parents occupation, the medical assistance, vaccination etc.
A6. Processing and analysing the marriage data: months 13-16, (frequencies according to the microareas, sezoniality, the endogamy and exogamy, age at marriage, the civil statute etc.).
A7. Processing and analysing the death datasets: months 17-20,  (frequencies according to the micro areas, sezoniality of death, cause of death, medicalization etc).

2017


Font Awesome Icons A7. Processing and analyzing the death datasets: months 17-20, (frequencies according to the micro areas, sezoniality of death, cause of death, medicalization etc);
A8. Family reconstitution through sampling and record linkage (connecting all data related with one individual - extracted from births, marriage and death registers. Months 9-20;
A9. The longitudinal analysis, months 21-24;
A10. Dissemination of the results - International Workshop on Recent Developments in East-Central and Southeast Europe.
Activities