Doctoral Student

Christine Zinke, M.A.

Currently on parental leave


Subjectivation processes of young users in educational landscapes in campus form

Educational landscapes combine formal and non-formal educational settings (e.g. schools and juvenile facilities) into a comprehensive concept of education that encompasses both formal and informal educational processes. A special feature is the cooperation of different educational institutions within a pedagogically designed spatial area, e.g. in the form of a campus. How young people are produced as users of educational landscapes in campus form has not yet been empirically researched in detail. Therefore, subjectivation processes by and through users are the focus of this doctoral thesis. Accordingly, (self-)subjectivation of young people and (external) subjectivation of users by pedagogical experts will be investigated in order to illustrate the consequences of this process.

Curriculum Vitae

since 2020
Associated member of the DFG Research Training Group 2493 “Consequences of Social Services Work”

since 2019
Research Associate at the University of Siegen in the project “Campus as Vision and in Practice of Local Educational Landscapes” founded by DFG

2016 – 2019
Research Assistant at the University of Siegen in the working field Socialisation, Youth Education, Life Course Research of Prof. Thomas Coelen

2015 – 2019
Master of Arts in Education and Social Work at the University of Siegen

2012 – 2013
Student Coordinator at the University of Applied Sciences Erfurt

2009 – 2015
Bachelor of Arts in Social Work and Social Pedagogy at the University of Applied Sciences Erfurt, supported by Hans Böckler Foundation

Positions and Functions

Associated member of the German Educational Research Association (GERA) – Division Social Pedagogy and Early Childhood Research and Division General Education