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Gregor Schäfer (M.A.)

Soziologie - Empirie/Hermeneutik/Statistik

 

Telefon +49 (0) 271-740 2017
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E-Mail gregor.schaefer@uni-siegen.de
   
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Adolf-Reichwein-Str. 2
57068 Siegen

Gregor Schäfer

 Gregor Schäfer arbeitet seit dem 01.10.2019 an der Fernuniversität in Hagen.

Publikationen

  • Schäfer, G. & El Dali, Y. (2019). Trajectories into foreign higher education systems for doctoral candidates from Germany: a comparative study of France and the Netherlands, Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, DOI: 10.1080/03057925.2019.1627859
  • Schäfer G. (2018). Academic Mobility in an Emerging European Research Area: Perception and Realization of its Instruments among PhD Candidates, Migration Studies – Review of Polish Diaspora, 3 (169), p. 123–142.

  • Schittenhelm, K., El Dali, Y., & Schäfer, G. (2017). Zwischen Hochschulabschluss und transnationaler Wissenschaftslaufbahn: Berufsausübung und Lebensführung von internationalen Promovierenden. In A. Neusel & A. Wolter (Eds.), Mobile Wissenschaft: Internationale Mobilität und Migration in der Hochschule. Frankfurt/New York.

Vorträge

  • "Should I stay, or should I go? Plans and orientation regarding future mobility of mobile doctoral candidates after their graduation"
    European Conference on Educational Research 2019, Hamburg, September 2019.

  • "Construction of European identity among intra-EU mobile young academics"
    European Sociological Association PhD Summer School 2019, Manchester, August 2019.

  • "Adjustment of German doctoral candidates In France and the Netherlands"
    14th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Manchester, August 2019.

  • "Construction of European identity among intra-EU mobile young academics"
    26th International Conference of Europeanists, Madrid, June 2019.

  • "Spatial mobility and the perception of career development. An example from German doctoral candidates in the social sciences and humanities in the Netherlands"
    European Educational Research Association’s International Research Seminar on “(Post) Academic Careers: PhD graduates and Employability in- and outside Academia”, Amsterdam, March 2019.

  • ("Strategies concering job-related insecurity amongst mobile doctoral candidates in the humanities and social sciences")
    39. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie, Göttingen, September 2018.

  • "Accumulation of mobility capital. An example from PhD candidates"
    European Conference on Educational Research, Bolzano, September 2018.

  • "Trajectories into foreign higher education systems for PhD candidates from Germany: A comparative look at France and the Netherlands"
    34th European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS) Colloquium, Tallinn.

  • "Europeanization of mobile academics in a united European Research Area"
    12th Biennial Conference of the European Community Studies Association-Canada, Toronto.

  • "Internationalization and Europeanization of the Social Sciences and Humanities"
    International Staff Week - The Status of Social Sciences and Humanities in Higher Education and Research, University of Osijek, October 2017.

  • "The perception and usage of EU-instruments to enhance mobility by PhD students"
    13th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Athens, August 2017.

  • "Mobility of junior researchers within Europe and the influence of EU-instruments"
    V International Summer School on Higher Education Research at the Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg, June 2017.