Seit März 2018 bin ich Post-doc Universitätsassistentin am Institut für Bildungswissenschaft an der Universität Wien. Im Arbeitsbereich von Judith Schoonenboom führe ich meine Arbeit zu qualitativen und quantitativen Methoden fort und konzentriere mich zudem stärker auf aktuelle Herausforderungen in der mixed Methods-Forschung

With this research grant for postdoc researchers the University of Vienna allows me to continue my methodological research for one year.

theorien abweichenden verhaltensBy Siegfried Lamnek und Susanne Vogl

Deviant and criminal behaviour gain societal and academic importance. Violence in schools, terroristic attacks or child murder or only a few examples.
At the end of the last century it became apparent that traditional theories are insufficient. This book gives an overview over modern approaches to explain and understand deviant behaviour which developed in the last decades.

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mixed methods studienThe challenge in data analysis often lies in taking account of the multi-dimensionality and complexity of the data and at the same time discovering patterns, which requires reduction and simplification. Quantitizing qualitative data can serve as an additional step during data analysis to broaden the perspective and collect complementary views. Examples from research illustrate how information gathered during one data collection can generate

titel social research methologyCollecting multiple perspectives data (e.g. from related individuals) in a qualitative longitudinal design can provide rich understanding of the dynamics at play in complex relational systems, and the different perceptions of people involved. However, such approaches are inherently challenging due to the complexity and volume of data

During the past two decades mixed methods and multi method research (MMMR) has become an established empirical approach within a broad spectrum of social science disciplines. The integration of quantitative and qualitative methods is a growing research area and MMMR-Designs are increasingly acknowledged as a powerful strategy alongside traditional mono-method approaches. However, this positive development has been accompanied by several issues.Firstly, the popularization of MMMR has led to a considerable expansion of methodological concepts and terminologies.

https://www.beltz.de/fileadmin/beltz/productsfine/9783779933045.jpg In Autumn 2015 Beltz Juventa published the book "Interviews mit Kindern führen: Eine praxisorientierte Einführung" (Conduciting Interviews with Children: A Parctical Guide). The book offers a practical introduction to planing and conducting interviews and focus groups with children. From a multidisiplinary perspective, I outline verbal, cognitive and

Seit Oktober 2014 bin ich als Post-doc Universitätsassistentin men submenam Institut für Soziologie der Universität Wien im Fachbereich Familie - Lebenslauf - Generationen tätig.

Fähigkeiten von Kindern in InterveiwsDer Aufsatz "Children's Verbal, Interactive and Cognitive Skills and Implications for Interviews" wurde in Quality & Quantity 49(1), S. 319-338 in print veröffentlicht und ist hier men submen zum Download verfügbar

Abstract:

Child respondents challenge social scientists because their verbal, interactive, and cognitive skills are

Our paper 'The Motivation of Social Entrepreneurs: The roles, agendas and relations of altruistic economic actors' has been accepted for publication in "The Journal of Social Entrepreneurship'. The paper can be accessed on :

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Social entrepreneurs present a contradiction if one accepts that economic motivation is premised on personal gain alone.  In our understanding of the economic activity of social entrepreneurs we presume they are altruistic actors, their actions intending to primarily benefit others. 

A paper on modeeffects in semi-structured interviews with children has been published in 'Sociological Methodology' 43(1). In this paper telephone and face-to-face interviews are compared in order to analyse the general applicability of telephone interviews and their peculiarities when researching children. The results showed very little difference between the two modes of interview and therefore challenge the reluctance to conduct semi-structured telephone interviews, both in qualitative research and with children.

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