Social sciences

Data requests in 2020

  • Early socialization at school and long-term effects on school careers, Géraldine Farges, Université de Bourgogne
  • Influence of young children’s health on their parents’ trajectories, Eric Maurin, Ecole d’économie de Paris
  • Early literacy and learning to read: from second-year nursery school to first-year primary school, Jean Ecalle, Université Lyon 2
  • Young children’s cultural and language socialization, Julie Pagis, CNRS, Aubervilliers
  • Living arrangements, child support payments and parental relations after separation, Bruno Jeandidier, Université de Lorraine
  • Family transformations and maintaining paternal involvement over time, Renaud Orain, Université Paris 1

Data requests in 2019

New parents: childrearing representations and practices, Jérôme Camus, Tours University

Study of breastfeeding based on a combined qualitative and quantitative approach, Claire Kersuzan, Bordeaux University

Children’s learning in the second year of nursery school, Jean-Paul Fisher, Lorraine University

Social inequalities and child development: an international comparison (DICE six-country project), Lidia Panico, INED, Paris

Influence of sibling characteristics (age, sex) on cognitive development, Hugo Peyre, LSCP/ENS, Paris

Les compétences en lecture en moyenne section de maternelle, Xavier Thierry, Ined, Paris

Premières inscriptions aux activités culturelles et temps d’écran à la maison, Sylvie Octobre, Ministère de la Culture, Paris

Marché du travail et maternité : de la grossesse aux deux ans de l’enfant, Carine Milcent, CNRS, Ecole d’économie de Paris

Instabilité professionnelle des parents et développement précoce de l’enfant, Lidia Panico, Ined, Paris

Styles éducatifs et rapports au corps, au langage et aux émotions des enfants de 3 ans et demi, Julie Pagis, CNRS, Iris, Aubervilliers

Différenciations sociales du développement de l’enfant de la naissance à l’entrée à l’école, Bertrand Geay, Université de Picardie

Data requests in 2018

Grandparenthood, childcare arrangements, and early years development, Ariane Pailhé, INED, Paris

Childrearing practices and child development between 0 and 2 years, Bertrand Geay, Picardy University

Employment and family living conditions, Ariane Pailhé, INED, Paris

Effects of paternity leave on division of household and parenting tasks from 2 months to 2 years, Ariane Pailhé, INED, Paris

First child: from conception to birth, expectations and projection, Jérôme Camus, Tours University

Agreement within the couple and division of tasks: a game of two halves, Nicolas Cauchi-Duval, Strasbourg University

Family situations and how they change in early childhood, Didier Breton, Strasbourg University

Life courses between 0 and 3 years: trajectories of childcare arrangements and socialization, Carole Brugeilles, Nanterre University

The Elfe children’s siblings, Tatiana Eremenko, National Distance Education University (UNED), Spain

Language skills and early media practices, Sylvie Octobre, Ministry of Culture, Paris

Residential mobility and motivation of parents who move to the town or countryside, Xavier Thierry, INED, Paris

Data requests in 2017

Social inequalities in psychomotor development - Sébastien Grobon, INSEE/INED, Paris

Effects of migration selectivity on the health of immigrants’ children - Mathieu Ichou, INED, Paris

Data requests in 2013-2016

Work and family life balance, parenthood norms versus institutions - Fabienne Berton, CNAM-CNRS, Paris

Social determinants of parental behaviour in maternity units - Bertrand Geay, University of Picardy Jules Verne, Amiens

Family situation and living conditions at childbirth - Didier Breton, University of Strasbourg

Young children’s living conditions - Lidia Panico, INED, Paris

Grandparents’ relationships with their grandchildren - Laurent Nowik, François Rabelais University, Tours

Role of social, family and cultural environment in the construction of sexual identities from childhood - Olivia Samuel, University of Versailles-Saint Quentin en Yvelines

Analysis of children’s activities and interactions with parents - Elise de La Rochebrochard, INED, Paris

The effects of pregnancy on couples’ relationships - Nicolas Cauchi-Duval, University of Strasbourg

Children’s housing conditions in their first year of life - Claudine Pirus, INED, Paris

Children of migrant-origin families - Tatiana Eremenko, INED, Paris

Maternity leave in France and the United States - Marieke Heers, INED, Paris

Maternity leave, task sharing and family wellbeing - Lidia Panico, INED, Paris

Tangible, cultural and symbolic aspects of the early formation of cultural capital - Sylvie Octobre, Ministry of Culture and Communication, Paris

Parents’ social integration and their children’s development: impact of affiliations, neighbourly relations, and sociability of mothers and fathers - Bertrand Geay, University of Picardy Jules Verne, Amiens

Childcare arrangements and parenting in single-parent migrant families - Xavier Thierry, INED, Paris

Children’s relationships with a nonresident fathers - Ariane Pailhé, INED, Paris

Childcare arrangements for young children: relations between families and early childhood professionals - Fabienne Berton, CNAM-CNRS, Paris

Choosing a double firstname for a child - Olivia Samuel, University of Versailles-Saint Quentin en Yvelines

The European regulation on data protection and privacy (GDPR) guarantees individuals a right to information about how collected data are utilized and by whom. All these research projects based on Elfe cohort data were approved by Elfe’s data access committee (CADE), made up of representatives of the project team and associated researchers. CADE’s role is to check the eligibility of the projects that are submitted, looking particularly closely at how far they match the Elfe cohort’s research goals, their feasibility, the risk of persons being identified, and the relevance of the requested data to each project’s specific objectives. Individuals who do not wish to take part in one of the research projects currently underway (i.e. approved since January1st) can exercise their right to withdraw by writing to Marie-Aline Charles, either by post (Elfe - Ined, 9 cours des Humanités, CS 50004, 93322 Aubervilliers Cedex) or by email (communaute @