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Research Ethics, Open Science and CRIS.

Schöpfel, J., Azeroual, O., & Jungbauer-Gans, M. (2020).
Research Ethics, Open Science and CRIS. MDPI Publications, 2020(8), 51. https://doi.org/10.3390/publications8040051

Warum nehmen Männer mit Migrationshintergrund überproportional häufig ein Studium auf, gelangen aber am Ende seltener in die weiterführenden Masterstudiengänge?

Lörz, M. (2020).
Warum nehmen Männer mit Migrationshintergrund überproportional häufig ein Studium auf, gelangen aber am Ende seltener in die weiterführenden Masterstudiengänge? Berliner Journal für Soziologie, 2020 (online first). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11609-020-00421-7

Cycles of Invisibility: The Limits of Transparency in Dealing with Scientific Misconduct.

Hesselmann, F., & Reinhart, M. (2020).
Cycles of Invisibility: The Limits of Transparency in Dealing with Scientific Misconduct. Social Studies of Science. https://doi.org/10.1177/0306312720975201
Abstract

Sanctions for plagiarism, falsification and fabrication in research are primarily symbolic. This paper investigates sanctions for scientific misconduct and their preceding investigation processes as visible and legitimate symbols. Using three different data sources (retraction notices, expert interviews, and a survey of scientists), we show that sanctions for scientific misconduct operate within a cycle of visibility, in which sanctions are highly visible, while investigation and decision-making procedures remain mostly invisible. This corresponds to high levels of acceptance of sanctions in the scientific community, but a low acceptance of the respective authorities. Such a punitiveness in turn exacerbates confidentiality concerns, so that

Financial difficulties' relation to students' health.

Schirmer, H. (2020).
Financial difficulties' relation to students' health. EUROSTUDENT Intelligence Brief 2020 (1). Hannover: DZHW.
Abstract

This Intelligence Brief takes a closer look at students’ health. Compared to the overall population of the same age, students less often perceive their health as good or very good. Logistic regression analyses with German student data show strong and negative relations between financial difficulties and students’ health perception. Additionally, a cross-country comparison with EUROSTUDENT data consistently shows comparatively large shares of impaired students among those with financial difficulties. The findings indicate that policy makers should pay special attention to both impaired and financially challenged students in order to ensure their successful higher education participation and prevent negative societal effects of poor health.

Validation of the Astro dataset clustering solutions with external data.

Donner, P. (2020).
Validation of the Astro dataset clustering solutions with external data. Scientometrics, in print. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11192-020-03780-3
Abstract

We conduct an independent cluster validation study on published clustering solutions of a research testbed corpus, the Astro dataset of publication records from astronomy and astrophysics. We extend the dataset by collecting external validation data serving as proxies for the latent structure of the corpus. Specifically, we collect (1) grant funding information related to the publications, (2) data on topical special issues, (3) on specific journals’ internal topic classifications and (4) usage data from the main online bibliographic database of the discipline. The latter three types of data are newly introduced for the purpose of clustering validation and the rationale for using them for this task is set out.

Current research information systems and institutional repositories: From data ingestion to convergence and merger.

Schöpfel, J., & Azeroual, O. (2020).
Current research information systems and institutional repositories: From data ingestion to convergence and merger. In Baker, D., & Ellis, L. (Hrsg.), Future Directions in Digital Information, 1st Edition: Predictions, Practice, Participation, 11/2020, (S. 19-37). Sawston, Cambridge: Chandos Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-822144-0.00002-1
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Zur Arbeitssituation des wissenschaftlichen Mittelbaus in Deutschland.

Ambrasat, J. (2020).
Zur Arbeitssituation des wissenschaftlichen Mittelbaus in Deutschland. In Holderberg, P., & Seipel, C. (Hrsg.), Der wissenschaftliche Mittelbau – Arbeit, Hochschule, Demokratie. [im Erscheinen].

Stabilität oder Krisengefahr? Die Finanzierung von Promotionen im Verlauf.

Ambrasat, J., & Martens, B. (2020).
Stabilität oder Krisengefahr? Die Finanzierung von Promotionen im Verlauf. In Korff, S., & Truschkat, I. (Hrsg.), Übergänge in Wissenschaftskarrieren. [im Erscheinen].

Familie, Karriere oder beides? Die spezifischen Vereinbarkeitsprobleme im Wissenschaftsbereich.

Lange, J., & Ambrasat, J. (2020).
Familie, Karriere oder beides? Die spezifischen Vereinbarkeitsprobleme im Wissenschaftsbereich. In Korff, S., & Truschkat, I. (Hrsg.), Übergänge in Wissenschaftskarrieren. [im Erscheinen].

Treatment of Bad Big Data in Research Data Management (RDM) Systems.

Azeroual, O. (2020).
Treatment of Bad Big Data in Research Data Management (RDM) Systems. Big Data and Cognitive Computing, 4/2020, 29. Basel, Switzerland: MDPI. https://doi.org/10.3390/bdcc4040029

Die Binnendifferenzierung der Professur als Herausforderung für das Hochschulmanagement.

Sembritzki, T. (2020).
Die Binnendifferenzierung der Professur als Herausforderung für das Hochschulmanagement. Hochschulmanagement 15(1), 22-30.

Ein soziologisches Konzept von Gesundheit. Eine Einführung.

Kriwy, P., & Jungbauer-Gans, M. (2020).
Ein soziologisches Konzept von Gesundheit. Eine Einführung. In P. Kriwy & M. Jungbauer-Gans (Hrsg.), Handbuch Gesundheitssoziologie (S. 1-10). Wiesbaden: Springer.

The lottery in Babylon—On the role of chance in scientific success.

Reinhart, M., & Schendzielorz, C. (2020).
The lottery in Babylon—On the role of chance in scientific success. Journal of Responsible Innovation. https://doi.org/10.1080/23299460.2020.1806429

Romancing Science for Global Solutions: On Narratives and Interpretative Schemas of Science Diplomacy.

Rungius, C., & Flink, T. (2020).
Romancing Science for Global Solutions: On Narratives and Interpretative Schemas of Science Diplomacy. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 7/1, 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-020-00585-w

Wissenschaft: Zwischen Genie und Kollektiv.

Hornbostel, S., & Albrecht, N. (2020).
Wissenschaft: Zwischen Genie und Kollektiv. In Köhne, J. B. (Hrsg.), Exzellenz, Brillanz, Genie. Historie und Aktualität erfolgreicher Wissensfiguren. Berlin: Neofelis Verlag.

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