A central perspective on the research of consequences of social services work is the contemplation of side effects. In our colloquium, we were able to welcome psychologist and university professor Dr. Yvonne Nestoriuc […]
Michael Winkler from the Friedrich- Schiller-University of Jena will give a lecture entitled “Subject and Time. A Challenge for Social Pedagogy”
Potentials of consequence research and the consideration of unintended consequences On September 26-30, 2022, the 41. Congress of the German Sociological Association will take place in Bielefeld under the motto “Polarized Worlds“. Faced […]
The new semester has started with interesting discussions throughout this semester’s first colloquium, as well as with the election of this years Equal Opportunities and Diversity Representatives.
Research not only opens up new perspectives, it leads us down new paths.
Once again, the University of Siegen wants to set an example for tolerance and against discrimination. Therefore, a number of events focusing on gender diversity are planned. This year’s motto is “#TINklUSiv Trans*, Inter*, Non-Binary – Gender Diversity”. Diversity and equality are important topics for the DFG and the Research Training Group.
In the first part of the workshop, participants will provide basic information on the handling, management and protection of sensitive research data. In addition, there will be the opportunity to ask detailed questions […]
The second central question of the Research Training Group was the focus of today’s Evening Lecture. It was a great pleasure to have Nina Baur as our guest. In her lecture entitled: “Methodological […]
The first meeting in the new semester and in a larger group took place on October 5th, 2021. The speakers of the research training group and the members of the first cohort welcomed our new colleagues.
Scientific work is complex. When young people begin with their studies, they sometimes only have an abstract idea of what future work as a scientist might look like. In addition, research in a […]
The Research Training Group “Consequences of Social Services” looks back on a fruitful and interesting summer semester. Together with several guest speakers and interesting workshops, we were able to expand our discussions and […]
The methodical and methodological overview of the analytical approach to conversation gave us an impression of the research of social services using the example of assistance plan discussions.
It is not a rare occurrence for both smaller and larger problematic situations to come up during a doctorate.
Together we discussed diversity-relevant aspects within the team.
We had the opportunity to discuss the concept of identity from an interactional perspective.