Our article “Are there differences in ethnic majority and minority adolescents’ friendships preferences and social influence with regard to their academic achievement?” is now available at Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft. Click here to read the paper, which is co-authored by Tobias Stark and Sebastian Pink.
I am honored to report that my dissertation has been awarded with the Lorenz-von-Stein prize. The prize is awarded each year by the Lorenz-von-Stein Foundation for the best dissertation in Political Sciences, Social Psychology, and Sociology at the University of Mannheim. Here’s the press release (in German), and below is a picture of me smiling.
I am also very happy to have received this year’s research award of the Prof. Dr. Anna und Prof. Dr. Jörg Jiri Bojanovsky Foundation. The foundation supports the empirical research of young scientists in the field of social, inter-individual, or cultural processes. I received the award for our article in which Tobias Stark, Andreas Flache, Anke Munniksma and I disentangle the relation between young immigrants’ host country identification and their friendships with natives.
Our article “The Effects of Ethnic Minority Adolescents’ Ethnic Self-Identification on Friendship Selection” has been accpeted for publication in Journal of Research on Adolescence. Click here to read the accepted version of the manuscript ahead of print. The paper is co-authored with Philipp Jugert and Sebastian Pink.
Together with Clemens Kroneberg and Hanno Kruse I’ll host a session on Social Networks and Intergroup Relations at the 3rd European Conference on Social Networks (EUSN). The conference will be held in Mainz, at Johannes Gutenberg-University, September 26 to 29, 2017.
Our article “The Relation between Ethnic Classroom Composition and Adolescents’ Ethnic Pride” has been accpeted for publication in Group Processes & Intergroup Relations. Click here to read the accepted version of the manuscript ahead of print.
Our article titled “Intra- and Inter-group Friendship Choices of Christian, Muslim, and Non-religious Youth in Germany” has been published in the European Sociological Review. Check it out.
Interested in collecting network panel data in schools? Our new MZES working paper offers some practical guidance based on the experiences gained in three projects collecting longitudinal social network data in different samples of German schools.