Géraldine Vivier

Survey Researcher
vivier@ined.fr 33(0) 1 56 06 21 13
Secretariat : Valerie Laprée +33(0) 1 56 06 20 10

Research field(s)

Qualitative and Quantitative Survey Methodology

Life History Calendar Questionnaires (LHC) and Life History Interviews
Survey Methods in Multinational, Multilingual and Multicultural Contexts
Hard-to-reach Populations
Sensitive Subjects (populations and topics)
Self-Administered Questionnaires
Questionnaire development and Testing & Cognitive Interviews
Fieldwork approach, Place of Interviewees in Survey Design and Protocols

Some publications

Bergström M., Courtel F., Vivier G., 2019 - Uncoupled: Experiences of Singlehood in Contemporary France, Population-E, vol. 74 (1-2).

Vivier G., 2012 – "How to Include Non French Speakers into a French National Survey Among Homeless Populations?" 10th International Workshop on Comparative Survey Design and Implementation, CSDI 2012, Gallup World Headquarters, Washington, March 22-24.

VIVIER G., FRECHON I., 2013 – "ELAP, A Longitudinal Survey among Young People in Care", 5th Conference of the European Survey Research Association (ESRA), Session: Surveying children and young people II, Ljubljana, July 2013.

LELIEVRE E., VIVIER G., C. TICHIT, 2016 – Between Socially-Instituted Parental Relationships and Elective Ones: A Retrospective Analysis of Parent Figures in France from 1930 to 1965, Family beyond household and kin, Dordrecht (Germany), Springer (coll. INED Population Studies 6), p. 73-98

LELIÈVRE E., ROUBAUD F., TICHIT C., VIVIER G., 2009 – « Factual data and perceptions: fuzziness in observation and analysis », in Fuzzy states and complex trajectories. Observation, modelization and interpretation of life histories, GRAB, Antoine & Lelièvre (Eds.), Méthodes et Savoirs n°6, Ed. de l’INED/PUF, Paris.

Vivier G., Courtel F., Perron Z., Sage P., Frechon I., 2015 – "Awareness Raising Among Interviewees: From Written to Video Information", Conference of the European Survey Research Association (ESRA), Session: Surveying children and young people, Reykjavik, July 2015