Stella Chatzitheochari

    • BA, MPhil, PhD
    • John Adams Career Development Fellow
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    • Stella joined the Institute of Education in October 2012 as a John Adams Career Development Fellow. Her research interests include gender and labour market inequalities, work-life balance and time allocation, well-being and health outcomes, and longitudinal and life-course research.

      Prior to joining the Institute, Stella held a Marie Curie Fellowship at the Department of Sociology at the University of Surrey (2006-2009), as part of an EU funded research consortium on the causes and consequences of sleep deprivation. Her doctoral thesis examined the influence of working time arrangements and family circumstances on sleep duration, free time, and leisure/social participation.

      Stella is member of the Millennium Cohort Study (MCS) team in CLS. She is currently involved in the design and implementation of a new time-use diary instrument for the next MCS sweep, and is co-investigator in the ESRC Cross-investment research project 'Children's time-use diaries: promoting research, sharing best practice' with the Centre for Time Use Research of the University of Oxford. She is also a researcher in the ESRC Secondary Data Analysis Initiative research project 'Trajectories and transitions of disabled children and young people'
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