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Melinda C. Mills
Professor of Sociology
University of Oxford and Nuffield College
Department of Sociology, University of Oxford
Melinda C. Mills

ABOUT ME

Nuffield Professor of Sociology and Editor-in-Chief European Sociological Review

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SOCIOGENOME

SOCIOGENOME is comprehensive study of the role of genes and gene-environment (GxE) interaction on reproductive behaviour, funded by the ERC.

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My Philosophy

Take risk. Have fun. Failure is not an option.

CORE RESEARCH TOPICS

FERTILITY

I have published  review articles in HRU and EJP in addition to numerous publications exploring demographic, sociological and biodemography of fertility

NONSTANDARD WORK SCHEDULES

A variety of work on the impact of nonstandard schedules (evening, night employment) on family life, including a new book Out of Time

SOCIOGENOMICS

Watch for recent and forthcoming publications in this exciting new research field on www.sociogenome.com

SURVIVAL & EVENT HISTORY ANALYSIS

I have written an accessible and comprehensive textbook in R (and Stata) showing script and do files and applications and examples of this useful method.

INTERNET DATING

I continue to work with the eDarling and www.elitesingles.co.uk data covering topics such as racial preferences, gay and lesbian internet daters, what divorced singles want and other types of homogamy.

LIFE COURSE RESEARCH

A variety of publications focus on life course theory and adopting a life course sequence and multistate approach.

BLOGS

  • BiodemographyFertility

Webinar The Role of Genes in Fertility

October 14, 2015
Population Europe Webinar The Role of Genes in Fertility with Population Europe Expert Prof Melinda Mills,...
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Assisted Reproduction, Late Fertility and Childlessness

August 25, 2015
An interview with experts Melinda Mills and Maria Letizia Tanturri, co-leaders of work package 4,...
  • GLInternetDaters

Equal rights linked to more commitment

July 4, 2015
Relationship Preferences Among Gay and Lesbian Online Daters: Individual and Contextual Influences From Population Europe....
  • PLOSONE

Human Fertility, Molecular Genetics and Natural Selection

June 4, 2015
Posted on June 4, 2015 by Felix C. Tropf and Melinda C. Mills Original Blog on: http://www.openpop.org/?author=62 To...

CONTACT ME

WHERE TO FIND ME

Department of Sociology, University of Oxford, Manor Road, Oxford, OX1 3UQ, England
Nuffield College, New Road, Oxford, OX1 1NF, England

EMAIL ME

Email me at: melinda.mills@nuffield.ox.ac.uk or if you want an appointment or speedy answer: jane.greig@sociology.ox.ac.uk

WANT TO CALL ME?

To make an appointment or reach me directly, contact Jane Greig at: +44 (0) 1865 281 740

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