Vene rahvusest rahvastikuosa pereloomekäitumine elutsükli jooksul erinevates riikides võrdluses põlisrahvastikuga. Vaadeldakse nende sündimus- ja abielukäitumist.
This project is devoted to the investigation of the differences in family formation patterns between Russians in the former Soviet Union countries and native (titular) population of the countries as well as Russia’s population. Our group will be focused on childbearing (number of children, timing, childlessness probabilities), marital behavior (marriages, divorces, cohabitations), the differences in the reproductive demographic events within the life circle. The questions concerning the fertility of migrants and their peculiarities in comparison with titular nation and sending society are already widespread. Nevertheless most of them are not focused in the whole reproductive behavior patterns, and do not use event history methods of analysis. Also the demographic problem of Russian diaspora in the former Soviet countries has not been observed in details yet. This project gives us the unique opportunity to start the research in this field. Within the project we are going to work with all the possible available open sources: census data, vital statistics, Gender and Generation Survey, and also organizing additional surveys in case of unclear situations. The group will be mainly focused on the Baltic States (more sources are available their), but also some conclusions will be made about situation on Moldova, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan.