CopaGloba – Learning to coparent: A longitudinal data on construction of coparenting in transition to parenthood


Rönkä, Anna; Malinen, Kaisa; Böök, Marja; Kekkonen, Marjatta; Kokkinen, Katja; Kuusiaho, Inka-Liisa; Lindroos, Emmi; Moilanen, Johanna; Moilanen Sanna; Ranta, Minna; Räikkönen, Eija; Tammelin, Mia (2022). CopaGloba – Learning to coparent: A longitudinal data on construction of coparenting in transition to parenthood. V. 1.8.2022. Tietoarkisto. https://doi.org/10.17011/jyx/dataset/83268.


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All authors: Rönkä, Anna; Malinen, Kaisa; Böök, Marja; Kekkonen, Marjatta; Kokkinen, Katja; Kuusiaho, Inka-Liisa; Lindroos, Emmi; Moilanen, Johanna; Moilanen Sanna; Ranta, Minna; Räikkönen, Eija; Tammelin, Mia

Contact information: Kaisa Malinen, +358503602104, kaisa.malinen@jamk.fi

Funders: Academy of Finland

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Publication year: 2022

URN identifier in JYX: http://urn.fi/URN:NBN:fi:jyu-202209164612

DOI identifier in JYX: https://doi.org/10.17011/jyx/dataset/83268


Description of the dataset

Description: The CopaGloba project examined the development of coparenthood during the transition to parenthood among new parents and how coparenthood was shaped by family and labour market policies, family services and prevailing cultural expectations. Coparenting was studied from the perspectives of family, community and culture/wider society. The data collection of the study started on the April 1, 2020 and finished June 30, 2022. The following data sets were gathered: a) individual interview data of parents (late pregnancy N=92; and child 1,5 years N=91), b) mobile diary data of parents (child 4-6 months N=276; and child 1,5 years N=268), c) survey data of parents (late pregnancy N=306; child 4-6 months N=273; and child 1,5 years N=267), d) focus-group interview data of parents in online game-based parental group (N=26), and e) focus-group interview data of professionals in family centers (N=21). In addition, parents from Japan and Portugal were interviewed but this research data set includes only the Finnish data. The longitudinal study funded by the Academy of Finland was carried out during 2019–2023. The study was conducted by the consortium of the University of Jyväskylä and JAMK University of Applied Sciences in close collaboration with the National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) and international collaborators.

Language: Finnish

Free keywords: expectations; pregnancy; firstborns; first-time parents; parenthood; coparenthood; transition to parenthood; family formation; families; daily life; pandemic; welfare; resilience; peer support; professionals; upbringing; adult education; edugames; gamification; e-education; family education; family centers; family services; family policies; work-family interaction; employment; work culture; labour market policies; interviews; focus groups; surveys; mobile diaries; Ecological Momentary Assessments (EMA)

Keywords (YSO): expectations; pregnancy; firstborns; parents; parenthood; transitional phase; family formation; families; everyday; pandemics; well-being; resilience; peer support; professionals; upbringing; learning; educational games; network environment; family guidance; family centres; family policy; working; work culture; labour policy; interviews; group interviews; diaries

Fields of science: 515 Psychology; 516 Educational sciences; 520 Other social sciences; 5141 Sociology; 5142 Social policy

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