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  • Ákos R.-T. & Hiss, S. (2008): Das Kreditrating von Verbrauchern und Unternehmen und die Subprime-Krise in den USA mit Lehren für Deutschland. Eine Studie im Auftrag der Schufa. Wiesbaden.

  • Albrecht, G. (2021): Social Problems. In B. Hollstein, R. Greshoff, U. Schimank, & A. Weiß (eds.): Soziologie Sociology in the German-Speaking World. Special Issue Soziologische Revue. De Gruyter Oldenbourg.
  • Arvidsson, A. (2009): Kunden als Koproduzenten, soziale Produktion und die ethische Ökonomie. In C. Bieber, M. Eifert, T. Groß, & J. Lamla (Hrsg.): Soziale Netze in der digitalen Welt. Zwischen egalitärer Teilhabe und ökonomischer Macht. Frankfurt/New York: Campus.

  • Bartl, W. (2014): Ökonomisierung des Bildungssystems in schrumpfenden Regionen? Demografische Reagibilität von Bildungsnachfrage und -angebot auf verschiedenen Stufen des Bildungssystems. Comparative Population Studies – Zeitschrift für Bevölkerungswissenschaft 39 (2): 409–448.
  • Bartl, W. (2015): Coping with Demographic Decline in German and Polish Municipalities. In R. Sackmann, W. Bartl, B. Jonda, K. Kopycka, & C. Rademacher (eds.): Coping with Demographic Change: A Comparative View on Education and Local Government in Germany and Poland. Cham: Springer: 95–130.

  • Baur, N. & Ernst, S. (2011): Towards a Process-Oriented Methodology. Modern Social Science Research Methods and Norbert Elias’ Concepts on Figurational Sociology. Sociological Review 59 (2): 117–139.

  • Behrmann, M., Ceschinski, W., & Scholand, M. (2018): Impact of Ownership and Pay Structure on Voluntary Remuneration Reporting: Evidence from Germany. Corporate Ownership & Control, 16 (1): 19–32.

  • Beier, K.. Jordan, I., Schicktanz, S., & Wiesemann, C. (2016): Understanding Collective Agency in Bioethics. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 19 (3): 411–422.
  • Bereswill, M. & Morgenroth, C. (2010): The Depth-Hermeneutic Approach in Cultural and Media Analysis: A Conversation with Ulrike Prokop. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society (2010) 15: 302–314.

  • Bertschy, K., Böni, E., & Meyer, T. (2007): Young People in Transition from Education to Labour Market. Results of the TREE Longitudinal Youth Study, Update 2007. Bern, Basel: TREE.

  • Botzem, S. (2012): The Politics of Accounting Regulation: Organizing Transnational Standard Setting in Financial Reporting. Cheltenham: Edgar Elgar.
  • Brade, I. & Nefedova, T. (2014): Suburbanization of Moscow's Urban Region. In L. Sykora & K. Stanilov (eds.): Confronting Suburbanization: Urban Decentralization in Post Socialist Central and Eastern Europe. Oxford: Blackwell.: 97–132.

  • Brade, I., Herfert, G., & Wiest, K. (2009): Recent Trends and Future Prospects of Socio-Spatial Differentiation in Urban Regions of Central and Eastern Europe: A Lull before the Storm? Cities 26 (5): 233–244.

  • Christmann, G. et al. (2018): How Does Novelty Enter Spatial Planning? In W. Rammert, A., Windeler, H., Knoblauch, & M. Hutter (eds.): Innovation Society Today. Wiesbaden: Spinger Fachmedien: 272–272.

  • Courgeau, D. (2016): Die Entwicklung von formalen Theorien in der Bevölkerungswissenschaft. In Y. Niephaus, M. Kreyenfeld, & R. Sackmann (Hrsg.): Handbuch Bevölkerungssoziologie. Wiesbaden: Springer VS: 65–90.

  • Döbler, J. (2011): The German Welfare System – Traditions & Transitions. Gjallerhorn. Tidsskrift for professionsuddannelser 13: 16–30.

  • Döbler, J. (2014):  Generating a New Profession: The Personal Assistant for Daily Life Activities. In J. Döbler & J.B. Dawn (eds.):  Dementia. European Social Care Perspectives. Wolfenbüttel: Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences: 173–211.

  • Eisentraut, R. (2008): Intergenerational Programs in One German City: The Specific Views of Middle-Aged Participants. Journal of Intergenerational Relationships 6 (4): 449–462.

  • Elvers, H.-D. (2009): Review Essay. The Political Economy of Environmental Justice: Evidence on Global and Local Scales. Nature and Culture 4 (2): 208–221.

  • Ernst, S. (2009): Using Qualitative Content Analysis of Popular Literature for Uncovering Long-Term Social Processes. The Case of Gender Relations in Germany. Historical Social Research 34 (1), Special Issue: Linking Theory and Data: 252–269.

  • Ernst, S. (2010): The Self, the Market and Changes in Working Life: A Process Sociological Contribution to an Enduring Debate. In A.D. Bührmann & S. Ernst (eds.): Care or Control of the Self. The Sociology of the Subject in the 21st Century. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Pub: 70–93.

  • Esposito, R.S., Leemann, R.J., & Imdorf, C. (2019): Establishment of a School-Based Pathway to Universities of Applied Sciences in Switzerland. Conventions of Higher Education Access in Vocational and General Education. Swiss Journal of Sociology 45 (3): 337–358.
  • Frank, S. (2012): Changing Cities – Changing Gender Relations. Debating Suburbia and Gentrified Neighborhoods. In gender archland (ed.) Theorizing and Practising Gender Sensitive Planning in European Discourse. Hannover: 74–83.

  • Frank, S. (2018): Inner-city Suburbanization – No Contradiction in Terms. Middle-Class Family Enclaves Are Sprawling in the Cities. Raumforschung und Raumordnung, 76 (2): 123–132.

  • Frank, S. (2020): Digital Natives and Living in the City of the Future: Contradictions and Ambivalences. In M. Smagacz-Poziemska et al. (eds.): Inequality and Uncertainty: Current Challenges for Cities. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan: 63–83.
  • Fthenakis, W.E. (Hrsg.) (2014): Frühpädagogische Ausbildung international: Reformen und Entwicklungen im Blickpunkt. Köln: Bildungsverl. EINS.

  • Gomensoro, A., Meyer, T., Hupka-Brunner, S., Jann, B., Müller, B., Oesch, D., Rudin, M., & Scharenberg, K. (2017): Employment Situation at Age Thirty. Results Update of the Swiss Panel Survey TREE. Bern: TREE.

  • Handschumacher, F., Behrmann, M., Ceschinski, W., & Sassen, R. (2019): Do Board Interlocks Support Monitoring Effectiveness? Evidence from Listed German Companies. Management Research Review, 42 (11): 1278–1298.
  • Häußling, R. (2010): Allocation to Social Positions in Class. Interactions and Relationships in First Grade School Classes and Their Consequences. Current Sociology 58 (1): 119–138.

  • Häußling, R. (2014): A Network Analytical Four-level Concept for an Interpretation of Social Interaction in Terms of Structure and Agency. In S. Dominguez & B. Hollstein (eds.): Mixed Methods Social Networks Research. Design and Applications. New York: Cambridge University Press: 90–117.

  • Hollstein, B. (2011): Qualitative Approaches. In J. Scott & P. J. Carrington (eds.): The Sage Handbook of Social Network Analysis. London, New Delhi: Sage: 404–416.

  • Hollstein, B. (2014): Mixed Methods Social Network Research: An Introduction. In: S. Dominguez & B. Hollstein (eds.): Mixed Methods Social Networks Research. Design and Applications. New York: Cambridge University Press: 3–34.

  • Hollstein, B. & Wagemann, C. (2014): Fuzzy-Set Analysis of Network Data as Mixed Method: Personal Networks and the Transition from School to Work. In S. Dominguez & B. Hollstein (eds.): Mixed Methods Social Networks Research. Design and Applications. Cambridge University Press: 237–268.

  • Hunger, I., Zander, B., Zweigert, M., & Stöcker, C. (2020): Sports Didactics in Germany. In K. Kleiner (ed.), Sports Didactics in Europe – History, Current Trends and Future Developments. Münster: Waxmann.
  • Icking, Johannes (2017): Action Network Human Rights – Philippines (Ed.) (2017): Human Rights in the Philippines – Aspiration and Reality. Köln.

  • Jessop, B. (2013): Kulturelle politische Ökonomie, räumliche Vorstellungswelten und regionale ökonomische Dynamiken. In O. Brand, S. Dörhöfer, & P. Eser (Hrsg.): Die konflikthafte Konstitution der Regionen. Kultur, Politik, Ökonomie. Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot: 42–73.
  • Jetzkowitz, J., van Koppen, K., Lidskog, R., Ott, K., Voget-Kleschin, L., & Wong, C. M.L. (2018): The Significance of Meaning. Why IPBES Needs the Social Sciences and Humanities. Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research, 31, supplement 1: S38–S60.

  • Keller, A., Hupka-Brunner, S., & Meyer, T. (2010): Post-Compulsory Education Pathways in Switzerland: The First Seven Years. Results of the Swiss Youth Panel Survey TREE, Update 2010. Bern, Basel: TREE.
  • Kesselring, S. & Vogl, G. (2013): The New Mobilities Regimes. In S. Witzgall, S., G. Vogl, & S. Kesselring (eds.): New Mobilities Regimes in Art and Social Sciences. Aldershot: Ashgate: 17–36.

  • Kleinert, C. & Matthes, B. (2010): Forschungsfeld “Lebenslanges Lernen”: Mit neuen Daten Wissenslücken schließen. IAB-Forum, 1: 52–57.

  • Klinkhammer, G. (2012): Costs of Religious Pluralism in Liberal Societies. In Borchers, D. & Vitikainen, A. (eds.): On Exit. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Right of Exit in Liberal Multicultural Societies. Berlin, Boston: Walter de Gruyter: 157–173.

  • Knopp, L. (2008): International and European Environmental Law with Reference to German Environmental Law – A Guide for International Study Programs. Berlin: Lexxion.
  • Kollmorgen, R. (2013): Theories of Postcommunist Transformation. Approaches, Debates, and Problems of Theory Building in the Second Decade of Research. Studies of Transition States and Societies 5 (2): 88–105.

  • Kollmorgen, R. (2018) Theoretical Approaches to Post-Communist Transformations in Europe. In P. Vihalemm, A. Masso, & S. Oppermann (eds.): The Routledge International Handbook of European Social Transformations. Abingdon, New York: Routledge.

  • Köppel, J. (2018) Germany’s Energiewende. In W. Rammert, A., Windeler, H., Knoblauch, & M., Hutter (eds.): Innovation Society Today. Wiesbaden: Spinger Fachmedien: 273–273.

  • Kordes, J., Pütz, R., & Rand, S. (2020): Analyzing Migration Management. On the Recruitment of Nurses to Germany. Social Sciences, 9 (2): 1–19, doi:10.3390/socsci9020019.
  • Kramer, C. & Pfaffenbach, C. (2009): Persistence Preferred – on Future Residential (Im)Mobility among the Generation 50plus. Erdkunde 63 (2): 161–172.

  • Kramer, C. & Pfaffenbach, C. (2016):  Should I Go or Should I Stay? Housing Preferences upon Retirement in Germany. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment 31 (2): 239–256.
  • Kraemer, K. (2016):  Sociology and Capitalism Research. economic sociology_the european electronic newsletter, 18 (1): 18–28.

  • Kraemer, K. (2020): Longing for a National Container: On the Symbolic Economy of Europe’s New Nationalism. European Societies, 22 (5): 529–554.

  • Kubeczko, K. & Weber, M. (2009): Proactive Legitimation of RDI Policy Interventions: Beyond Market and System Failure.
  • Lamla, J. (2008): Consumer Citizen: The Constitution of Consumer Democracy in Sociological Perspective. German Policy Studies 4 (1).

  • Lamla, J. (2012): Consumer Autonomy and Its Political Manifestations. Towards a Cultural Theory of the Consumer Citizen. Krisis. Journal for Contemporary Philosophy 1: 32–48.

  • Langhof, A. (2018): Off the Record. Understanding the (Latent) Functions of Documents in Organizations. Journal of Organizational Ethnography 7 (1): 59–73.

  • Leemann, R.J. (2014): How Schools Deal With Expectations of Gender Equality. CfP Swiss Journal of Sociology 40 (2): Special Issue on “Institutional Doing Gender: How Politics Impacts on Gender (In-)Equality”: 215–236.

  • Leemann, R.J. (2018): Free Movement of People and Capital and the Standard of Transnational Academic Mobility: Principles of Governance in the European Research Area. European Educational Research Journal, 17 (6): 857–876.
  • Liebsch, K. (2010): “Symbolic Interaction Forms” versus “Clichés”. On the Function and Impact of Religious Symbolizations in the Evangelical Milieu. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society 15: 251–266.

  • Lorenz, S. (2010): Science as Craft. Review Essay: Richard Sennett (2008). The Craftsman. Forum Qualitative Social Research 11 (2), Art. 18.
  • Lorenz, S. (2012): Socio-Ecological Ambivalence of Charitable Food Assistance in the Affluent Societies – the German Tafel. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 32 (7/8): 386–400.

  • Lorenz, S. (2015): Having No Choice: Social Exclusion in the Affluent Society. Journal of Exclusion Studies 5 (1): 1–17.

  • Martinsen, R. (2008): New Modes of Governance: Opportunities and Limitations of Creating Legitimacy by Deliberative Politics in a Globalizing World. In R. Schmitt-Beck, T. Debiel, & K.-R. Korte (eds.): Governance and Legitimacy in a Globalized World. Baden-Baden: Nomos: 9–30.

  • Mey, E. (2017): Studying Second-Generation Transitions into Adulthood in Switzerland: A Biographical Approach. In C. Bolzman, L. Bernardi, & J.-M. Le Goff (eds.): Situating Children of Migrants across Borders and Origins. Dordrecht: Springer VS: 197–213.

  • Moebius, S. (2020): Sociology of the Sacred. The Revitalisation of the Durkheim School at the Collège de Sociologie and Its Development by Hans Joas. In H. Joas & A. Pettenkofer (eds.): The Oxford Handbook of Émile Durkheim. New York: Oxford University Press.

  • Moebius, Stephan (2021): History of Sociology. In B. Hollstein, R. Greshoff, U. Schimank, & A. Weiß (eds.): Soziologie – Sociology in the German-Speaking World: Special Issue Soziologische Revue. De Gruyter Oldenbourg.
  • Morgenroth, C. (2012): Deciphering Political Utopias. Unions, Female Night Work, and Gender Justice. Forum: Qualitative Social Research 13 (3), Art. 1.

  • Nies, S., Roller, K., & Vogl, G. (2017): Managing Mobilities in the Working Context. In M. Freudendal-Pedersen, K. Hartmann-Petersen, E. Perez Fjalland (eds.): Experiencing Networked Urban Mobilities. Practices, Flows, Methods. New York/London: 48–52.

  • Passoth J.-H. & Rammert, W. (2018) Fragmental Differentiation and the Practice of Innovation. In W. Rammert, A., Windeler, H., Knoblauch, & M., Hutter (eds.): Innovation Society Today. Wiesbaden: Spinger Fachmedien: 35–63.

  • Pongratz, H. (2007): Competition and Integration in Organizational Change. On the Problem of "Creative Destruction" within Organizations.

  • Pongratz, H. (2010): A Society of Entrepreneurs: The Expansion and Profanation of ‘Creative Destruction’ in Capitalist Economies. In A.D. Bührmann & S. Ernst (eds.): Care or Control of the Self. The Sociology of the Subject in the 21st Century. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Pub: 96–120.

  • Pütz, R. (2020): Making Companions. Companionability und Encounter Value in the Marketization of the American Mustang in Germany. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space: doi: 10.1177/2514848620924931.

  • Rademacher, C. et al. (2015):  The Consequences of Coping with Demographic Change for Fiscal Capacity of and Unemployment in German Municipalities. In R. Sackmann, W. Bartl, B. Jonda, K. Kopycka, & C. Rademacher (eds.): Coping with Demographic Change: A Comparative View on Education and Local Government in Germany and Poland. Cham: Springer: 251–281.
  • Rammler, S. (2008): The “Wahlverwandtschaft” of Modernity and Mobility. In:W. Canzler, V. Kaufmann, & S. Kesselring (eds.): Tracing Mobilities – Towards a Cosmopolitan Perspective. Aldershot: Ashgate.

  • Rammler, S. (2010): Reinventing Mobility. 14 Theses on Mobility Policy. Braunschweig University of Art, Institute for Transportation Design.

  • Rat für Nachhaltige Entwicklung/ German Council for Sustainable Development (ed.) (2013): Sustainability – Made in Germany. The Second Review by a Group of International Peers, commissioned by the German Federal Chancellery. Berlin. (Übersetzung der englischen Fassung ins Deutsche).

  • Sacchi, S. (2009): Construction of TREE Panel Weights. Documentation for the eight panel waves from 2000 to 2007. Berne/Basel: TREE.

  • Salvisberg, A. & Sacchi, S. (2014): Labor Market Prospects of Swiss Career Entrants after Completion of Vocational Education and Training. European Societies 16 (2): 255–274.
  • Scharenberg, K., Rudin, M., Müller, B., Meyer, T., & Hupka-Brunner, S. (2014): Educational Pathways from Compulsory School to Young Adulthood: The First Ten Years. Results of the Swiss Panel Survey TREE, Part I. Basel: TREE.

  • Scharenberg, K., Rudin, M., Müller, B., Meyer, T., & Hupka-Brunner, S. (2016). Education and Employment Pathways from the End of Compulsory School to Young Adulthood: The First Ten Years. In K. Scharenberg, S. Hupka-Brunner, T. Meyer, & M. M. Bergman (eds.), Transitionen im Jugend- und jungen Erwachsenenalter. Ergebnisse der Schweizer Längsschnittstudie TREE. Zurich: Seismo: 20–44.
  • Scherschel, K. (2011): Who Is a Refugee? Reflections on Social Classifications and Individual Consequences. Migration Letters 8 (1): 67–76.

  • Schmid, C. J. (2020): Ethnographic Gameness: Theorizing Extra-Methodological Fieldwork Practices in a Study of Outlaw Motorcycle Clubs. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, doi: 10.1177/0891241620964945.

  • Schmidt, J. (2016): Niklas Luhmann’s Card Index: Thinking Tool, Communication Partner, Publication Machine. In A. Cevolini (ed.) (2016): Forgetting Machines. Knowledge Management Evolution in Early Modern Europe. Leiden: Brill Publications.

  • Schmidt, J. (2018): Niklas Luhmann’s Card Index: The Fabrication of Serendipity. Sociologica, 12 (1): 53–60.
  • Schmidt, R. (2007): The Integration of the GDR into the Federal Republic. Challenges and Constraints. In D. Lane (ed.): The Transformation of State Socialism. System Change, Capitalism, or Something Else? Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan: 131–142.

  • Schmidt, R. (2008): East German Managers – Challenges and Constraints. In H. Best, R. Gebauer, & A. Salheiser (eds.): Elites and Social Change. The Socialist and Post-Socialist Experience. Hamburg: Krämer: 71–80.

  • Schultz, S. & Braun, K. (2012): Oocytes for Research: Inspecting the Commercialisation Continuum. New Genetics and Society 31 (2): 135–157.

  • Schwinn, T. (2021): Social Inequality. In B. Hollstein, R. Greshoff, U. Schimank, & A. Weiß (eds.): Soziologie – Sociology in the German-Speaking World: Special Issue Soziologische Revue. De Gruyter Oldenbourg.

  • Stalder, B.E. (2011): The Intellectual Demands of Basic Vocational Education and Training in Switzerland. Ratings for the period 1999-2005. Basel: TREE.
  • Theuer, S. (2009): From Subject to Object? The Reform of the Public Labor Administration and the Consequences for the Unemployed in Germany.

  • TREE (ed.) (2008): Project Documentation 2000-2008. Berne/Basel: TREE.

  • TREE (ed.) (2010): Swiss National Educational Panel Survey (SNEPS). Berne/Basel: TREE
  • Trinczek, R. (2009): How to Interview Managers. Methodical and Methodological Aspects of Expert Interviews as a Qualitative Method in Empirical Social Research. In: A. Bogner, B. Littig, & W. Menz (Hrsg.): Interviewing Experts. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Vertovec, S. (2013): “Diversität” und die gesellschaftliche Vorstellungswelt. In: J. Dahlvik, C. Reinprecht, & W. Sievers (eds.): Migration und Integration – wissenschaftliche Perspektiven aus Österreich. Jahrbuch 2/2013. Vienna: Vienna University Press: 21–47.

  • Wacquant, L. (2017): Mit Bourdieu in die Stadt: Relevanz, Prinzipien, Anwendungen. sub/urban. zeitschrift für kritische stadtforschung 5 (1/2): 173–196.

  • Wacquant, L. (2017): Topos, Raum und Ort bei Bourdieu: Eine Replik. sub/urban. zeitschrift für kritische stadtforschung, 5 (3): 129–136.

  • Waldhoff, H.-P. (2012): ‘Unconscious Memories’: A Case Study of Psychoanalytic Concept Formation. Figurations, 37, July: 9–11.

  • Zifonun, D. (2015): Posttraditional Migrants: A Modern Type of Community. In: Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, doi: 10.1177/0891241615587381.

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  • Arnold, K. (2011): Methodological Approaches to European Communication and Media History About Comparisons, Transfers, and a European Public Sphere. medien & zeit 26 (4): 36–48.
  • Bartl, W. & Sackmann, R. (2014): Path Dependency, Demographic Change and the (De-) Differentiation of the German Secondary School System. Zeitschrift für Soziologie 43 (1): 50–69.

  • Bernhardt, J. & Krause, A. (2014): Flexibility, performance and perceptions of job security: A Comparison of West and East German Employees in Standard Employment Relationships. Work, Employment & Society 28: 285–304.

  • Bonacker, T. (2015): The Inclusion of Victims and the Globalization of Criminal Law. In: B. Holzer, F. Kastner, & T. Werron, T. (eds.): From Globalization to World Society. New Institutional and Systems-Theoretical Perspectives. London: Routledge: 107–126.

  • Börner, S. (2019): Marshall revisited. EU Social Policy from a Social-Rights Perspective. Journal of European Social Policy, 30 (4): 421–435.

  • Börner, S. (forthcoming): Fault Lines of EU Social Citizenship in the Course of Brexit. In M. Donoghue & M. Kuisma (eds): Brexit and the Future of Social Rights in Europe. Berlin: Social Europe.

  • Brand, K. W. (2010): Social Practices and Sustainable Consumption. Benefits and Limitations of a New Theoretical Approach. In M. Gross & H. Heinrichs (eds.): Environmental Sociology. European Perspectives and Interdisciplinary Challenges. Dordrecht et al.: Springer: 217–236.
  • Brand, K. W. (2011) Sociological Perspectives on Sustainability Communication. In J. Godemann & G. Michelsen (eds.): Sustainability Communication. Interdisciplinary Perspetives and Theoretical Foundations. Dordrecht et al.: Springer: 55–68.

  • Carstensen, Tanja (2011): Gender Struggles in Web 2.0. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 10th IAS-STS Annual Conference.

  • Carstensen, T. (2015): The Internet as Material Object in Social Practices: Recording and Analysis of Human-Internet Interactions. Nature and Culture 10 (3): 284–302.
  • Elvers, H./, Groß, M., & Heinrichs, H. (2008): The Diversity of Environmental Justice: Towards a European Approach. European Societies 10 (5): 835–856.

  • Ernst, Stefanie (2013): Theorizing and Practicing Organizational Culture and Diversity: A Case Study. CAMBIO. Rivista sulle traformazioni sociali, 3 (6): 197–210.
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  • Frank, S. & Weck, S. (2018): Being Good Parents or Being Good Citizens: Dilemmas and Contradictions of Urban Families in Middle-Class Enclaves and Mixed Neighbourhoods in Germany. ijurr – International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 42  (1): 20–35.

  • Frank, S. (2021): Gentrification and Neighborhood Melancholy. Collective Sadness and Ambivalence in Dortmund’s Hörde District. Cultural Geographies, doi: 10.1177/1474474020987253.

  • Freidank, C.-C. & Sassen, R. (2015): Simultaneous Models for Accounting Policy Optimization of Stock Corporations according to German Commercial Law. Corporate Ownership & Control, 12 (2):  236–263.

  • Geier, B., Hupka-Brunner, S., & Gaupp, N. (2013): Chances of Young Adults from Lower Secondary Schools with Basic Intellectual Requirements in Switzerland and Germany: Mastering (or Failing) the Second Threshold. Cahiers de la recherche sur l’éducation et les savoirs 4: 149–166.
  • Giesecke, S. & Tötzer, T. (2007): What will be the effects of the new European environmental legislation on innovation in the electronics sector? In A. Kungolos, C. A. Brebbia, & E. Beriatos (eds.): Sustainable Development and Planning III. WIT Press.

  • Gomensoro, A. & Bolzmann, C. (2019): When Children of Migrants come of Age: A Longitudinal Perspective on Labour Market Outcomes in Switzerland. TREE Working Paper Series, No. 2. Bern: TREE.
  • Groß, M. (2007): Landscape Design as an Experimental Avenue: Dealing with Ignorance in the Context of Developing a Post-industrial Landscape.

  • Grunwald, A. & Hocke, P. (2010): The Risk Debate on Nanoparticles: Contribution to a Normalisation of the Science/Society Relationship? In M. Kaiser, M. Kurath, S. Maasen, & C. Rehmannn-Sutter  (eds.): Governing Future Technologies: Nanotechnology and the Rise of an Assessment Regime. Dordrecht: Springer.

  • Henrizi, A. (2014): Building Peace in Hybrid Spaces: Women’s Agency in Iraqi NGOs. Peacebuilding, 3 (1): 75–89.
  • Hiß, S. (2009): From Implicit to Explicit Corporate Social Responsibility – Institutional Change as a Fight for Myths. Business Ethics Quarterly, Special Issue on “The Changing Role of Business in a Global Society: New Challenges and Responsibilities” 19 (3): 433–451.

  • Hollstein, B., Greshoff, R., Schimank,  U., & Weiß, A. (eds.) (2021): Soziologie – Sociology in the German-Speaking World. Special Issue Soziologische Revue 2020. De Gruyter Oldenbourg.

  • Huning, S. & Schuster, N. (2015): ‘Social Mixing’ or ‘Gentrification’? Contradictory Perspectives on Change in the Berlin District of Neukölln. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research doi: 10.1111/1468-2427.12280.

  • Jetzkowitz, J. (2007): What Can We Learn from Adaptive Responses of Tourism Industry to Climate Change? An Essay on Sustainability Science and the Co-evolution of Society and Nature.

  • Joly, P.B. & Kaufmann, A. (2007): Lost in Translation? The Need for "Upstream Engagement" with Nanotechnology on Trial. Science as Culture, 17 (3): 1–23

  • Kaiser, M. (2007): Assessment Regimes and the Appropriation of Future.
  • Kaufmann, A. (2008): How Can Science Be More Democratic? From the Scientific Revolution to Public Participation and Knowledge Co-Production.

  • Kaufmann, A, Joseph, C.,  El-Bez, C., & Audétat, M (2009): Why Enrol Citizens in the Governance of Nanotechnology? In M. Kaiser, M. Kurath, S. Maasen, & C. Rehmannn-Sutter (eds.): Governing Future Technologies: Nanotechnology and the Rise of an Assessment Regime. Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Lamla, J. (2009): Consuming Authenticity: A Paradoxical Dynamic in Contemporary Capitalism. P. Vannini & J. P. Williams, (eds.): Authenticity in Culture, Self, and Society. Aldershot: Ashgate: 171–185.

  • Lendaro, A. & Imdorf, C. (2012): The Use of Ethnicity in Recruiting Domestic Labour. A Case Study on French Placement Agencies in the Care Sector. Employee Relations, 34 (6): 613–627.

  • Lorenz, S. & Stark, K. (2015): Saving the HoneyBees in Berlin? A Case Study of the Urban Beekeeping Boom. Environmental Sociology, 1 (2): 116–126.

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