Introdução à Sociologia
with J. de Almeida, F.L. Machado, L. Capucha, Lisboa, Universidade Aberta, 1995.
The course presented here is an invitation to follow some of the paths that Sociology goes through when facing its object. As an introductory work, we tried to exemplify each step in order to clarify more abstract statements. The examples chosen, whenever possible, bring researches done on Portuguese society.
Jovens de Hoje e de Aqui
with J. F. Almeida, J. Machado de Pais, F. L. Machado, Paulo Antunes, Loures, Câmara Municipal de Loures, 1996.
Being aware that youth is not a single and homogeneous group, but rather a social reality that is surrounded by the same problems that affect other social groups, namely inequalities in terms of social conditions, it is necessary to know in depth the relevant factors that characterizes the youth in society. In this sense, the Loures’ Council Chamber decided to promote a pioneering study. The results of this study are made public in this book.
Divórcio em Portugal, Ditos e Interditos – uma análise sociológica
Oeiras, Celta Editora, 1996.
This book is the result of sociological research on divorce that has sought to understand the factors that contribute to the increase of divorce, how men and women lives the marital breakdown and its consequences in different social sectors.
Sociologia do Casamento. A Família e a Questão Feminina
Oeiras, Celta Editora, 2001.
This book explores theories about conjugality, women issues and love developed by the most relevant sociologists who study the family, and reflects about the rupture proposals that, after the 1970s, influenced the thinking around two central themes: equality between men and women and the disruptive force of love feeling.
Men and women between family and work in Portugal
with Teresa Líbano Monteiro, Francisco Vieira da Silva e Miguel Cabrita, Tilburg University, WORC, Worc and Organisation Research Centre, Tilburg, 2001.
Casamento em Portugal. Uma Análise Sociológica
Oeiras, Celta Editora, 2002.
In this book there are the results of an investigation about marriage in Portugal. The research had sought to understand and to explain how the feelings and affects, the resource management, the identities, and future plans articulate in married life.
Drogas e Prisões em Portugal
with Maria do Carmo Gomes, Lisboa, Instituto da Droga e da Toxicodependência, 2002.
Drugs have been circulated and used in prisons almost worldwide. This phenomenon has escalated over the last years of the 20th century, causing significant changes in the prison system. To understand the specificities of the phenomenon in Portugal was the main goal of the research that underlies this book.
Vida Conjugal e Trabalho
Oeiras, Celta Editora, 2004
This book helps to understand the relations between work and family dimensions, and to reveal that in real life the families not always emulate the stereotypes inspired by them. Men are not always primarily driven to work, as well as women, despite the importance they give to family, it is no longer the only identity factor for many of them.
Homens e Mulheres entre Família e Trabalho
withTeresa L. Monteiro, F.Vieira da Silva e M. Cabrita, Lisboa, Comissão para Igualdade no Trabalho e no Emprego, 2004.
In the recent years, changes around family and work impact the social life and are part of the daily lives of millions of people in Portugal. This book brings the results of a research program focused on the effects of policies on the division of paid and unpaid labor between men and women in the countries of the European Union carried out by the European Research Network “European Network for the Division of Unpaid and Paid Labor Between Women and Men”.
Contextos e Atitudes e Sociais na Europa
with Jorge Vala (org.), Lisboa, Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, Instituto de Ciências Sociais da Universidade de Lisboa, 2006.
This book examines the similarities, diversities and social changes in Europe in different fields as social classes, family structures, the attitude about immigration, gender issues and intergenerational differences. These issues are addressed from a critical perspective, theoretically and methodologically framed in the social sciences.
Time Use and Work Life Options Over the Life Course
Com B. Haas, N. Steiber and R. Brites, Foundation for the Improvement of the Working and Living Conditions, Dublin, Luxembourg, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2007.
Time Use and Work-Life Options over the Life Course
This report addresses the key issue of time use and work–life options over the life course. The report aims to contribute to current debates on the subject, placing them in the wider context of 25 European countries and viewing them from a life course perspective. It considers the ways in which the institutional and policy framework can be expected to affect actual and preferred patterns of time use over the life course, focusing on distinct stages of the life course. It investigates individuals’ views on available working time options, while exploring their preferences regarding measures designed to help them reconcile their different time-demanding commitments.
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Quotidiano e Qualidade de Vida
with Maria das Dores Guerreiro e Luís Capucha (org.), CIES, Oeiras, Celta Editora, 2007.
Sociedades Contemporâneas, Reflexividade e Acção
with Luís Baptista (org.). ed. 1. Lisboa: Edições Afrontamento, 2008.
This book compiles the main papers presented in the 5th Portuguese Congress of Sociology, an initiative of the Portuguese Association of Sociology, organized in three themes: Portuguese Society: 30 Years of Social Transformations, Globalization of Societies and the Internationalization of Scientific Work and Sociology and Society: Reflexivity and Action.
Consumos de Drogas. Dor, Prazer e Dependências
with Ana Marques Lito (org.) ed. 1. Lisboa: Fim de Século, 2008.
This book compiled writings on the problem of drugs and drug addiction in a multidisciplinary perspective. The first part, entitled Research and Commentary, presents the results of the research on drug addicts - trajectories, socio-psychological profiles, family patterns and mental processes. The second part is entitled Social Contexts, Cultures and Substances and the third is Pain, Pleasure, Therapeutics and Treatments.
Welfare and Everyday Life
with Maria das Dores Guerreiro and Luís Capucha (org.), CIES, Oeiras, Celta Editora, 2007.
Drogas e Prisões : 2001 - 2007
with Diana Maciel, Isabel Sousa, Raquel Cruz, IDT, 2009.
Género na fase tardia da vida ativa: trabalho, família e condições de vida em Portugal e na Europa
Género na rush hour of life: trabalho, família e condições de vida em Portugal e na Europa
Género na infância e juventude: educação, trabalho, família e condições de vida em Portugal e na Europa
Género e idades da vida: educação, trabalho, família e condições de vida em Portugal e na Europa
Igualdade de género ao longo da vida: Portugal no contexto europeu
Igualdade de Género ao Longo da Vida (resumo do estudo)
Estudos de Género. Diversidade de Olhares num Mundo Global (eBook)
With Dália Costa and Maria João Cunha, ISCSP, Lisbon, 2018.
Género, Direitos Humanos e Desigualdades
With Paula Pinto and Cláudia Casimiro, ISCSP, Lisbon, 2018.
Sexual Harassment and Bullying in the Workplace in Portugal
With Dália Costa, Helena Sant'Ana, Bernardo Coelho and Isabel Sousa, CIEG/CITE, 2016.