Céline GOFFETTE

Grade : Enseignant Chercheur


Bureau:
L8
Timbre:
J350
Lieu:
(MK3)
Labo:
LSQ

Téléphone : 0175603417

Mail : celine.goffettel[arrowbase]ensae.fr

ResearchEducationJobsPublicationsTeachingOther

Research Interests

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Sociology of health

  • Smoking
  • Intergenerational transmission of inequalities

Statistical methodology

  • Longitudinal and multilevel methods
  • Analysis of social interactions

Biography

Education

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Now                 PhD in Sociology, Sciences Po Paris 

                         Subject: “The influence of social context on smoking practices”
                         Supervisor:  Pr Alain Chenu
                         Member of CREST-LSQ and INED ('Mortality, Health and Epidemiology Unit') 
                         Mentor at INED: Emmanuelle Cambois
 
                         Grants:
                         2007-2010: CREST research fellowship
                         2010-2011: Fondation de France grant
 
2007-2008     European Doctoral School of Demography, Max Planck Institue for Demographic Resarch and INED
                         Lectures on ‘Statistical demography’, ‘Population data and summary measures’
                         and ‘Mathematical demography' + weekly research seminar and method seminar
 
2006-2007     Master’s Program in Research, Sciences Po Paris
                         Specialization: Sociological Analysis of Change in the “Politics and societies in Europe” program
 
2004-2007     Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administration Économique (ENSAE), Paris
                         MSc in Statistics and Economics
                         Specialization: Quantitative Methods and Social Sciences

 


Jobs

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04/2006 – 09/2006: 6-month internship at the Centre d’études et de recherches sur les qualifications (Céreq), Marseille, France. Research subject: “Getting a job and leaving home”. 

08/2005 – 03/2006: 6-month internship at the Direction de la recherche, des études, de l’évaluation et des statistiques (Drees), Paris, France. Research subject: “Determinants of consultation length in French general practice”.



Publications

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Report chapter
 
Virginie Mora, Emmanuel Sulzer, Céline Goffette, Olivier icrfieph, « Insertion professionnelle et autonomie résidentielle des jeunes », rapport 2007-2008 de l’Observatoire national de la pauvreté et de l’exclusion sociale », la Documentation française
 
Article
 
Pascale Breuil-Genier, Céline Goffette, « La durée des séances des médecins généralistes », Études et résultats, DREES, n° 481, avril 2006
 
Book review
 
J. Michael Oakes, Jay S. Kaufman (eds), Methods in Social Epidemiology, San Francisco, icrfisey-Bass, 2006, 478 p., in « Bibliographie critique », Population 3/2010 (Vol. 65), p. 581-601.


Teaching

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 ²     2009-2010

 Lecturer at Sciences Po Paris:
- Quantitative methods applied to sociology, 1st year students, 24h
 
 
2008-2009
 
Lecturer at INED:
- Mathematical demography, PhD students of the European Doctoral School of Demography, 6h (in english)
 
Lecturer at Sciences Po Paris:
- Quantitative methods applied to sociology, 1st year students, 28h
- Introduction to quantitative methods, Master 2 students, 2*14h

 


Other

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Presentations

 2010

European Population Conference, Vienna, September 1-4
Poster: 'Smoking in France: a pseudo-cohort analysis'

XVII World Congress of Sociology, International Sociological Association, Gothenburg, July 11-16
'Assessing the importance of household membership to explain smoking disparities between and within European societies.'

2009 

European Consortium for Sociological Research conference, Paris, December 11-12
'Using household-level predictors to explain smoking disparities between and within European societies'
 
XXVI IUSSP International Population Conference, Marrakech, September 27 - October 2
Poster: 'Contextualizing smoking: the influence of household factors on individual practices'

Congress of French-speaking epidemiologists (Adelf), Toulouse, France, May 28-29
‘Contextualiser la consommation de tabac : quelle est l’influence des caractéristiques du ménage sur les pratiques individuelles ?’

2008

National Congress of the Health Observatories, Marseille, France, October 16-17 2008
'Differentiated evolution of social gradients in male and female smoking and social homogamy: what is the influence on smoking concordance within households?'
 
Equalsoc Summer School, Trento, Italy, September 1-6 2008
'Contextualizing smoking: the influence of household factors on smoking habits'
 
Joint Interim Meeting of the ISA’s RC 15 and the Canadian Medical Sociology Association, McGill University, Montréal, May 13-16 2008
'Smoking practices in social context: does the household-level matter?'

 
Continuous learning

 May-June 2010: series of lectures by Fred Pampel (University of Boulder, Colorado) at CREST
‘Socioeconomic Disparities in Health Behaviours : Comparative Approaches'

May 2009: series of lectures by Bo Honoré (Princeton University) at CREST
‘Non-Linear Panel Data Models with Fixed Effects’

September 2008: Equalsoc Summer School
‘Social inequalities in contemporary societies. New empirical evidence and methodological innovation’
 
 
Other activities
 
Member of the local organizing team of the QMSS2 Paris Summer School which was held at ENSAE (August 18-26, 2009)
 
 
 

 

 

 


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