Events

Place:
University of Bremen, FVG
Room: W0060
Wiener Straße 9
28359 Bremen
Time:
4 p.m.
Organizer:
Semester:
WiSe 2016/17

26.05.2016Workshop

Empirische Zugänge zur Transnationalismusforschung

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Botzem (University of Bremen); Prof. Dr. Moritz Renner (University of Bremen); Prof. Dr. Céline Teney
Place:
University of Bremen, GW1
Room: C2320
Universitätsallee
28359 Bremen
Time:
9.30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Partic. Organization:
Semester:
SoSe 2016

06.04.2016Lecture

Interessengruppen und die vergleichende Politik sozialer Dienstleistungen

Dr. Peter Starke (University of Southern Denmark)
Place:
SOCIUM Research Center on Inequality and Social Policy
Room: 3.3380
Mary-Somerville-Straße 5
28359 Bremen
Time:
4:15 - 5:45 p.m.
Cooperation:
Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS), Universität Bremen; Forschungsverbund "Welfare Societies", Universität Bremen
Lecture Series:
Jour Fixe
Semester:
SoSe 2016

05.10.2015 - 06.10.2015Conference

Fall Meeting of the section "Social Inequality and Social Structure Analysis"

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Soziologie (DGS)
Place:
GW2
Room: B2890
Bibliothekstraße 1
28359 Bremen
Time:
2015/10/05: 11 am - 6 pm and 2015/10/06: 9 am - 3:45 pm
Organization:

18.09.2015 - 19.09.2015Autumn Conference

Arbeit jenseits der Rentengrenze. Zwischen 'Entpflichtung' und 'Unruhestand'

Sektion "Alter(n) und Gesellschaft", Deutsche Gesellschaft für Soziologie
Place:
Guest House Teerhof
Room: Tagungsraum
Auf dem Teerhof 58
28199 Bremen
Time:
Friday, 18th September: 1:30-5:30 p.m. | Saturday 19th September: 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Sc. Administration:
Organization:

Place:
Guesthouse of the University of Bremen
Teerhof 58
28199 Bremen
Time:
2015/03/27: 9.30 am - 7 pm and 2015/03/28: 10 am - 1 pm
Organization:

Contributors and presentations:

Lars Leszczensky und Sebastian Pink (University of Mannheim):
Ethnic Segregation of Friendship Networks in School: Testing a Rational Choice Argument of Differences in Ethnic Homophily between Classroom‐ and Grade‐Level
Networks

Mathias Kuhnt (Technical University of Dresden):
Homophily, Preferential Attachment oder Triadic Closure?
Wie Strukturbildungsprozesse bei der Evolution von Freundschaftsnetzwerken die Topologie bestimmen

Robert Birkelbach und Clemens Kroneberg (University of Cologne):
Using the Intergenerational Closure Mechanism to Explain Differences of School Achievements of Immigrant Children in Germany

Katja Möhring (Universitäty of Bremen):
Cross‐level interaction effects in multilevel analyses using random and fixed effects regression models. Simulation study and examples for application

Patrick Lazarevič, Johannes Kopp and Anja Steinbach (University of Dortmund):
Im Auge des Betrachters? Eine dyadische Untersuchung der 'Intergenerational Stake Hypothese' und Implikationen für die Forschungspraxis

Tom Snijders (Keynote speaker, University of Groningen / University of Oxford):
The settings model: A stochastic actor‐oriented model for dynamics of large networks

Stefanie Kley (University of Hamburg):
Welche Paarbeziehungen sind durch hohe Mobilitätsanforderungen gegenüber Frauen gefährdet? Eine Fuzzy‐Set Analyse

Andreas Haupt (Karlsruhe Institute for Technology / Institut for Sociology): 
Die Bedeutung geschlechtsspezifischer Sample für die Analyse der Geschlechterlohnlücke

Silke Schneider (GESIS - Leibniz-Institute for Social Sciences, Mannheim):
Die Messung von Bildung in Umfragen

Horst‐Alfred Heinrich (University of Passau):
Sehen und erkennen: Analyse von Eye‐Tracking‐Daten zur Erfassung von Bildinhalten

Felix Bader and Thomas Gautschi (University of Mannheim):
Neue experimentelle Ergebnisse zu Tausch in Netzwerken

Eva Maria Vögtle (German Centre for University Research and Sciences Studies, Hannover) und Michael Windzio (University of Bremen):
The Network of International Student Mobility: Enlargement and Consolidation of the European Transnational Education Space?

Mireia Bolíbar (University of Bremen):
The use of mixed methods in researching the impact of personal networks in migrants' social and political participation

Sören Petermann und Andreas Herz (Goethe-University, Frankfurt a.M.):
Interviewer Variationen in der Erhebung Ego‐Zentrierter Netzwerke

Raphael Heiberger (University of Bremen) und Andreas Schmitz (University of Bonn):
Methodologische Implikationen netzwerk‐ und feldanalytischer Relationalitätskonzeptionen. Das Beispiel der relationalen Konstruktion des globalen Sozialraums

Jan R. Riebling (University of Bamberg) und Raphael Heiberger (Universtity of Bremen):
Raum und Relation. Zur methodischen Äquivalenz unterschiedlicher Relationalitätskonzepte

Gerhard Panzer (Technical University Dresden):
Vermittelte Relationen in Feldern und Welten der Kunst

Place:
Zentrum für Sozialpolitik, Unicom
Room: 3380
Mary-Somerville-Straße 3
28359 Bremen
Time:
16:15 - 17:45
Lecture Series:
Jour Fixe
Semester:
SoSe 2014

28.04.2014 - 30.04.2014Expert Workshop

Protocol development for hard-to-reach and hard-to-identify groups in living condtions surveys to enhance cross-country comparative research

Prof. Dr. Karin Gottschall; Prof. Dr. Olaf Groh-Samberg (Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS), University of Bremen)
Place:
Radisson Blue Hotel
Room: Weser 3
Boettcherstrasse 2
28195 Bremen
Time:
28.4.: 1 - 5 p.m.; 29.4.: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.; 30.4.: 09 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Organization:

Second expert workshop of the project on framework and methods for indicator building for various vulnerable groups.

More information: Program, practical and financial information

Place:
Unicom 1: Centre for Social Policy Research (ZeS)
Room: 3380
Mary-Somerville-Str. 3
28359 Bremen
Time:
31.10.2013: 12 a.m. - 06 p.m.; 01.11.2013: 09 - 12:30 a.m.

Download: workshop program

Final workshop of the Hans Böckler Project "Beyond the Male Breadwinner Model. Governing income risks of standard employees in Germany": The workshop presents the results of a research project financed by the Hans Böckler Foundation and conducted by ZeS researchers in cooperation with the Institute Labour and Economy (IAW) at the University of Bremen. The project findings show high gender-specific differences in wages within and between major industrial and service sector branches regardless of equal qualifications and working hours of men and women. National and international experts will discuss the causes and social consequences of this development as well as relevant strategies of political actors.  Experiences of other European countries, especially Great Britain and Denmark will be taken into consideration as well.

Place:
Centre for Social Policy Research (Zentrum für Sozialpolitik)
Room: 3380
Mary-Somerville-Straße 3
28359 Bremen
Time:
16:15 - 17:45
Lecture Series:
Jour Fixe
Semester:
SoSe 2013