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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Adult Refugees and Asylum Seekers in University Preparation Programs: Competing Identities and Multiple Transitions Manifested in Stigma Consciousness and Student Self-Identification.

Grüttner, M., Schröder, S., & Berg, J. (2024).
Adult Refugees and Asylum Seekers in University Preparation Programs: Competing Identities and Multiple Transitions Manifested in Stigma Consciousness and Student Self-Identification. Adult Education Quarterly, 1-20 (online first).
Abstract

Preparation for university studies is key to enabling adult refugees and asylum seekers to reestablish their educational and professional careers in the host country. While refugees’ transition to higher education (HE) is embedded in multiple transitions regarding social position, educational career, and migration, related identities may compete. We investigate how this is manifested in stigma consciousness and precarious student self-identification and how these factors influence the transition to HE. We combine novel quantitative and qualitative data on refugee students in prestudy programs in Germany. The results show that stigma consciousness impedes student self-identification. Moreover, stigma consciousness moderates the effect of ...

Adult Refugees and Asylum Seekers in University Preparation Programs: Competing Identities and Multiple Transitions Manifested in Stigma Consciousness and Student Self-Identification.

Grüttner, M., Schröder, S., & Berg, J. (2024).
Adult Refugees and Asylum Seekers in University Preparation Programs: Competing Identities and Multiple Transitions Manifested in Stigma Consciousness and Student Self-Identification. Adult Education Quarterly (online first). https://doi.org/10.1177/07417136241231566

Berufungsverfahren „sauber und smooth“.

Walther, L. (2024).
Berufungsverfahren „sauber und smooth“. Hochschulmanagement, 18(4), 123-131.

Stamp—Standardized data management plan for educational research: A blueprint to improve data management across disciplines.

Netscher, S., Bongartz, E. C., Schwickerath, A. K., Braun, D., Stephan, K., & Mauer, R. (2024).
Stamp—Standardized data management plan for educational research: A blueprint to improve data management across disciplines. Data Science Journal, 23(1). https://doi.org/10.5334/dsj-2024-007

DINI AG FIS – Jahresrückblick 2023 & Ausblick auf 2024.

Petersohn, S. (29. Januar 2024).
DINI AG FIS – Jahresrückblick 2023 & Ausblick auf 2024 [Blogbeitrag]. https://doi.org/10.57689/DINI-BLOG.20240129

DINI AG FIS – Jahresrückblick 2023 & Ausblick auf 2024.

Petersohn, S., Biesenbender, S., Mau, F., Küsters, U., Hauschke, C., & Beucke, D. (29. Januar 2024).
DINI AG FIS – Jahresrückblick 2023 & Ausblick auf 2024 [Blogbeitrag]. https://doi.org/10.57689/DINI-BLOG.20240129

Ausstattungs‐, Kosten‐ und Leistungsvergleich Universitäten 2022. Grunddaten und Kennzahlen Universität Greifswald.

Winkelmann, G. (2024).
Ausstattungs‐, Kosten‐ und Leistungsvergleich Universitäten 2022. Grunddaten und Kennzahlen Universität Greifswald. Hannover: DZHW (nicht zur Veröffentlichung vorgesehen).

Career Paths Inside and Outside Academia.

Gross, C., & Jaksztat, S. (Hrsg.) (2024).
Career Paths Inside and Outside Academia. Special Edition 26 „Soziale Welt“. Baden-Baden: Nomos. https://doi.org/10.5771/9783748925590

Examining final comment questions with requests for written and oral answers.

Höhne, J. K., & Claaßen, J. (2024).
Examining final comment questions with requests for written and oral answers. International Journal of Market Research (online first). https://doi.org/10.1177/14707853241229329

Academic careers inside and outside academia—an overview of topics and contributions.

Jaksztat, S., & Gross, C. (2024).
Academic careers inside and outside academia—an overview of topics and contributions. In C. Gross & S. Jaksztat (Hrsg.), Career Paths Inside and Outside Academia (S. 9-19). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

More or less the same? An exploration of the evolution of the PhD wage premium in a decade of higher education expansion.

Euler, T., & Trennt, F. (2024).
More or less the same? An exploration of the evolution of the PhD wage premium in a decade of higher education expansion. Soziale Welt - Special Edition 26, 55-88. https://doi.org/10.5771/9783748925590-55

Challenging the intuition: Is a same-gender supervisor beneficial for doctoral students?

Mühleck, K., & Schwabe, U. (2024).
Challenging the intuition: Is a same-gender supervisor beneficial for doctoral students? Soziale Welt, 26, 280-340. https://doi.org/10.5771/9783748925590-280
Abstract

It continues to be a puzzle that women are disproportionally often dropping out of academic careers. Researchers and policymakers have suggested that same-gender supervisors are important for tightening this ‘leaky pipeline’. Especially in subjects with a strong overrepresentation of men, it seems likely that female supervisors work as positive role models and help preventing discrimination. Anticipating this effect, female doctoral students might also prefer supervisors of the same gender. Therefore, we ask how widespread a gender match is between doctoral student and supervisor in Germany and whether a gender match between supervisors and doctoral students is beneficial for the doctorate and for a possible scientific career thereafter.

Forty and over the academic hill? Biological and academic age and the race for tenure.

Ordemann, J., & Naegele, L. (2024).
Forty and over the academic hill? Biological and academic age and the race for tenure. Soziale Welt , Special Edition(26), 457-489. https://doi.org/10.5771/9783748925590-457
Abstract

This paper investigates the relationship between age and attaining a tenured position in academia. Following considerations about ageism towards doctoral graduates who were 40 years and older upon attaining a PhD and Robert K. Merton’s idea of cumulative advantages in academic careers, we differentiate between biological and academic age. We test the relationships and the resources accumulated behind the latter using data from the DZHW PhD Panel 2014. Applying piecewise constant exponential estimations and an entropy balancing, we find that PhDs aged 40+ experience a significantly positive effect on attaining a professorship at a university of applied science or receiving tenure as a postdoctoral researcher.

Clustering graph data: the roadmap to spectral techniques.

Mondal, R., Ignatova, E., Walke, D., Broneske, D., Saake, G., & Heyer, R. (2024).
Clustering graph data: the roadmap to spectral techniques. Discover Artificial Intelligence, 4(7), 1-22. https://doi.org/10.1007/s44163-024-00102-x
Abstract

Graph data models enable efficient storage, visualization, and analysis of highly interlinked data, by providing the benefits of horizontal scalability and high query performance. Clustering techniques, such as K-means, hierarchical clustering, are highly beneficial tools in data mining and machine learning to find meaningful similarities and differences between data points. Recent developments in graph data models, as well as clustering algorithms for graph data, have shown promising results in image segmentation, gene data analysis, etc. This has been primarily achieved through research and development of algorithms in the field of spectral theory, [...] Full abstract: https://doi.org/10.1007/s44163-024-00102-x

The role of institutional contexts for social inequalities in study abroad intent and participation.

Entrich, S., Netz, N., & Matsuoka, R. (2024).
The role of institutional contexts for social inequalities in study abroad intent and participation. Higher Education (online first).
Abstract

We contribute to research on social inequalities in educational attainment by examining the role of institutional contexts for students’ study abroad (SA) intent and participation. To do so, we extend the individual-level rational choice model predicting SA intent and participation depending on students’ socioeconomic status (SES) into a multi-level model emphasizing the importance of context effects. We test our model based on unique micro-level student data, which we supplement with context data. Examining 18,510 students nested in 69 universities, we provide the first in-depth multi-level analyses of SA intent and participation of students from Japan.

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