11.10.2021
FIS projects at SOCIUM participate in SCIENCE GOES PUBLIC!

FIS projects at SOCIUM participate in SCIENCE GOES PUBLIC!

"The 'Activating Welfare State' – A Political and Social History of German Social Policy, 1979-2017" and "GEVOAB – Ideas of Justice held by Recipients of Unemployment Benefit II" give public lectures.

The FIS research projects based at the SOCIUM are participating in SCIENCE GOES PUBLIC! 2021. The doctoral students of the junior research group "The 'activating welfare state' - a political and social history of German social policy, 1979-2017" and of the research project "GEVOAB - ideas of justice of working unemployment benefit II recipients" will give public lectures in Bremen on 4 and 11 November. Both projects are funded by the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs within the framework of the Interdisciplinary Social Policy Research Network (FIS). Read more ...

17.09.2021
Long-term care researcher from Turkey visits SOCIUM

Long-term care researcher from Turkey visits SOCIUM

Dr. Özden Güdük will compare German and Turkish long-term care systems in her study

Özden Güdük’s research project aims to examine the long-term care insurance used in Germany and compare it with the system in Turkey. She intends to be able contribute to the development of long-term care services in Turkey at the end of the project. Read more ...

29.08.2021
Thesis paper 8.0| - The pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2 / CoViD-19

Thesis paper 8.0| - The pandemic caused by SARS-CoV-2 / CoViD-19

Pandemic as a complex system, control of the epidemic using indicator-sets, children and adolescents in the corona pandemic, politics and democracy under pandemic conditions

Objective: theses paper 8 attempts more perspective, primarily by proposing a concept for understanding the pandemic, secondly by proposing a set of indicators suitable for controlling, thirdly by further deepening the knowledge of the children and adolescents in the Pandemic, and fourth, by attempting political interpretation. Read more ...