Dana Hamplová

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Associate Professor

Institute of Sociology
Czech Academy of Sciences
Jilská 1
110 00 Prague 1
Czech Republic

Tel.: +420210310238
E-Mail: dana.hamplova [at] soc.cas.cz (Dana Hamplová)

Czech Academy of Social Science Profile

Dana Hamplová graduated with Ph.D. in Sociology from Charles University (Prague, Czech Republic) and in 2006 joined the Canada Research Chair in Social Statistics and Family Change as a post-doctoral fellow. In 2009, she was appointed as a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the European Social Survey. Currently, she is a representative of the Czech Republic in the International Social Science Program. Her research focuses on the family, well-being, and life course in comparative perspective. She has extensive experience in research, administration, and leading of scientific teams. 



  • Advanced quantitative methods and longitudinal data analyses
  • Life-course research
  • Changing family values and dynamics
  • Sociology of Religion



PhD in Sociology (2004): Charles University, Prague 


Recent Publications

Marina Oseeva, Veronika Paluchova, Petr Zacek, Petra Janovska, Tomas Mracek, Martin Rossmeisl, Dana Hamplova, Nadezda Cadova, Iva Stohanzlova, Pavel Flachs, Jan Kopecky, Ondrej Kuda, Omega-3 index in the Czech Republic: No difference between urban and rural populations, Chemistry and Physics of Lipids, Volume 220, 2019, Pages 23-27, ISSN 0009-3084, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemphyslip.2019.02.006.

Hamplová, D. (2018). Marital Status, Smoking and Binge Drinking in Comparative Perspective. Sociológia, 50(6), 647-671.

Hamplová, D., & Trusinová, R. (2018). Conflict in the family of origin, subjective wellbeing, and mental health in adulthoodSociologický Časopis, 54(2), 199-218.

Hamplová, D. (2018). Does Work Make Mothers Happy?. Journal of Happiness Studies, 1-27.

Václavík, D., Hamplová, D., & Nešpor, Z. R. (2017). Religious Situation in Contemporary Czech Society.