Publications

DZHW publishes its research findings in renowned academic journals, at national and international conferences and in its own publishing formats. An overview of publications and lectures produced by DZHW staff can be seen below. You can open individual publication formats separately using the menu in the left-hand column.

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Rhetorical power in evaluations: tracing the construction of value-measurement links in debates on societal impact.

Hesselmann, F., & Schendzielorz, C. (2021).
Rhetorical power in evaluations: tracing the construction of value-measurement links in debates on societal impact. In Dahler-Larsen, P. (Hrsg.), A Research Agenda for Evaluation (S. 209-224). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

Promovieren mit Kind: Welche Rolle spielen Promotionskontexte für eine erfolgreiche Vereinbarkeit von familialen und beruflichen Anforderungen in der Promotionsphase?

Brandt, G., Briedis, K., & Schwabe, U. (2021).
Promovieren mit Kind: Welche Rolle spielen Promotionskontexte für eine erfolgreiche Vereinbarkeit von familialen und beruflichen Anforderungen in der Promotionsphase? Beiträge zur Hochschulforschung, 43(3), 8-31.

Strengthening Causal Reasoning in Research on Inequality, Poverty and Mobility: New Methods for Answering Old Questions?

Lang, S., & Schwabe, U. (2021).
Strengthening Causal Reasoning in Research on Inequality, Poverty and Mobility: New Methods for Answering Old Questions?. The 2021 June Newsletter Issue 7 (2). Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.

The 2021 June Newsletter Issue.

Ordemann, J. (2021).
The 2021 June Newsletter Issue. mit einem Symposium zu (New) Qualitative and Quantitative Methodological Approaches to Capturing Inequality, Mobility, or Poverty. 7 (2). Washington, DC: American Sociological Association.

The metrification of teaching: student evaluation of teaching in the United States, Germany and Colombia.

Pineda, P., & Seidenschnur, T. (2021).
The metrification of teaching: student evaluation of teaching in the United States, Germany and Colombia. Comparative Education (online first).
Abstract

We found that (a) student evaluation of teaching (SET) is present cross-nationally; (b) SET was initiated in the US during the 1950s by students and adopted in the 1970s by universities, while German and Colombian universities started implementing SET during the 2000s; and that (c) common cultural elements for adopting SET include increasing accountability, competition and student empowerment. Concerns for academic freedom in Germany and faculty diversity in the US influence SET’s diffusion and implementation. Our findings test the neo-institutional proposition about the diffusion of similar evaluation practices into university teaching and allows extending theoretical interpretations of the transfer of evaluation practices.

From indexation policies through citation networks to normalized citation impacts: Web of Science, Scopus, and Dimensions as varying resonance chambers.

Stahlschmidt, S., & Stephen, D. (2021).
From indexation policies through citation networks to normalized citation impacts: Web of Science, Scopus, and Dimensions as varying resonance chambers. Ithaca: arXiv.

Impact der Gesellschaftswissenschaften – (Wie) Kann man ihn messen?

Fecher, B., Sokolovska, N., Kuper, F., & Fenton, A. (02. Juni 2021).
Impact der Gesellschaftswissenschaften – (Wie) Kann man ihn messen [Blogbeitrag]. Abgerufen von https://www.wissenschaftskommunikation.de/impact-der-gesellschaftswissenschaften-wie-kann-man-ihn-messen-48693/

Say my name, say my name: Academic authorship conventions between editorial policies and disciplinary practices.

Hesselmann, F., Schendzielorz, C., & Sorgatz, N. (2021).
Say my name, say my name: Academic authorship conventions between editorial policies and disciplinary practices. Research Evaluation. https://academic.oup.com/rev/advance-article/doi/10.1093/reseval/rvab003/6291408?searchresult=1, https://doi.org/10.1093/reseval/rvab003 (Abgerufen am: 03.06.2021) (online first). https://doi.org/10.1093/reseval/rvab003

Gleiches Fach – gleiche Kultur? Das Potential der Lebensstilforschung zur Identifikation von fachspezifischen studentischen Kulturen in der quantitativen Hochschulforschung.

Brändle, T., & Becker, K. (2021).
Gleiches Fach – gleiche Kultur? Das Potential der Lebensstilforschung zur Identifikation von fachspezifischen studentischen Kulturen in der quantitativen Hochschulforschung. In C. Bohndick, M. Bülow-Schramm, D. Paul, & G. Reinmann (Hrsg.), Hochschullehre im Spannungsfeld zwischen individueller und institutioneller Verantwortung. Tagungsband der 15. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Hochschulforschung (S. 127-140). Wiesbaden: Springer VS. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-32272-4_10

Praxistaugliche und in der Community akzeptierte Verfahren der Evaluation medizinischer Forschung.

Biesenbender, S. (2021).
Praxistaugliche und in der Community akzeptierte Verfahren der Evaluation medizinischer Forschung. Webseite Wiho-Portal: BMBF.

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

Hesselmann, F., & Reinhart, M. (2021).
Cycles of Invisibility: The Limits of Transparency in Dealing with Scientific Misconduct. Social Studies of Science, 51(3), 414-438. 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

Auswirkungen von Studienkosten auf herkunftsspezifische Ungleichheiten bei der Studienaufnahme und der Studienfachwahl.

Lörz, M., & Engelhardt, C. (2021).
Auswirkungen von Studienkosten auf herkunftsspezifische Ungleichheiten bei der Studienaufnahme und der Studienfachwahl. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 73(2), 285-305.
Abstract

Despite educational expansion and different educational reforms, we still observe social inequalities in the transition to higher education and in the choice of field of study. There is little literature investigating to what extent education policies can change these inequalities and who is primarily affected by this. In this paper, we evaluate the impact of cost-related changes on family background–specific inequalities in the transition to higher education and the choice of field of study.

Gebührender Respekt – Zum Umgang mit wissenschaftlichem Fehlverhalten (Interview).

Heßelmann, F. (2021).
Gebührender Respekt – Zum Umgang mit wissenschaftlichem Fehlverhalten (Interview). forschung & lehre(6/21), 470-471.

Version 1.2 des KDSF-Standards veröffentlicht.

Biesenbender, S. (25. Mai 2021).
Version 1.2 des KDSF-Standards veröffentlicht [Blogbeitrag]. Abgerufen von https://blogs.tib.eu/wp/dini-ag-blog/2021/05/25/version-1-2-des-kdsf-standards-veroeffentlicht/

An investigation of atomic synchronization for sort-based group-by aggregation on GPUs.

Gurumurthy, B., Broneske, D., Schäler, M., Pionteck, T., & Saake, G. (2021).
An investigation of atomic synchronization for sort-based group-by aggregation on GPUs. In IEEE (Hrsg.), IEEE 37th International Conference on Data Engineering Workshops (ICDEW) (S. 48-53). Chania, Greece: IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICDEW53142.2021.00016

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