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Methods of Empirical Social Research

Research and Teaching

The research profile of the field of study “Methods of empirical social research” covers the sociology of work and education in Germany and the post-Soviet states as well as the determinants of fertility, factorial survey studies, and particular methodological questions.


In the area of university teaching, this field is responsible for students’ training in the qualitative and the quantitative methods of empirical social research and in descriptive and inductive statistics. Additionally, a particular value is placed on the early practical application of knowledge in student project work, also with the help of special software (SPSS, MAXQDA).

Head

Prof. Dr. Christoph Bühler

Associates

Bianca Brünig

Dr. des. Irina Gewinner

Dr. Karina Hoekstra

Dr. phil. Martina Kroher

Dr. Ina Rust

Dr. Mathias Wagner

Student Assistants/Tutors

Student Assistants

Lukas Boll

Karolina Kruszona

Tutors for Modul MVQn (Summer Semester 2018)

Fynn Rabe

Sonja Debicki

Victoria Bauer

Tutors for Modul MVQl (Summer Semester 2018)

Annika Schubotz

Heiko Hennecke

Johannes Kohser

Juliana Goodwin

Mara Rehfinger

Tutor for Statistics-Course (Summer Semester 2018)

Daniel Klöckner

Marco Nehls

 

Current Events and Research Projects

 

Archive

The Fertility of Migrants and Minorities

Reziproke Integration