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How do researchers perceive problems in research collaboration? Results from a large-scale study of German scientists.

Weinmann, C., Hückstädt, M., Meißner, F., & Vowe, G. (2023).
How do researchers perceive problems in research collaboration? Results from a large-scale study of German scientists. Frontiers in Research Metrics and Analytics, 2023 (8) (online first). https://doi.org/10.3389/frma.2023.1106482

Ehre, wem Ehre gebührt - Autorschaftskonzepte und Praktiken in der Wissenschaft.

Hornbostel, S., Schendzielorz, C., & Aman, V. (2023).
Ehre, wem Ehre gebührt - Autorschaftskonzepte und Praktiken in der Wissenschaft. In F. Wächter & A. Hermann (Hrsg.), Karrieren in der Wissenschaft - Die Spielregeln im akademischen Berufsfeld (S. 63-84). Stuttgart: Kohlhammer.

The impact of COVID-19 on social inequalities in German higher education. An analysis of dropout intentions of vulnerable student groups.

Koopmann, J., Zimmer, L. M., & Lörz, M. (2023).
The impact of COVID-19 on social inequalities in German higher education. An analysis of dropout intentions of vulnerable student groups. European Journal of Higher Education (online first). https://doi.org/10.1080/21568235.2023.2177694
Abstract

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, contact, education, and employment opportunities have fundamentally changed worldwide. However, various studies have pointed out that not everyone is equally affected by the changed circumstances. This paper focuses on the impact of the pandemic on the study situation in German higher education and explores the question to what extent the pandemic has led to increasing or decreasing social inequalities. Building on social stratification research and Tinto’s model of social and academic integration we focus on dropout intentions of traditionally disadvantaged student groups – students with disabilities, with children, from families with lower levels of education, and with a migrant background. (...)

Microblogs-A means for simulating informal learning beyond classrooms.

Obionwu, V., Broneske, D., & Saake, G. (2023).
Microblogs-A means for simulating informal learning beyond classrooms. In Association for Computing Machinery ACM (Hrsg.), Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Education Technology and Computers (ICETC '22) (S. 219-225). New York, USA: ACM. https://doi.org/10.1145/3572549.3572585

Automated occupation coding with hierarchical features: A data-centric approach to classification with pre-trained language models.

Safikhani, P., Avetisyan, H., Föste-Eggers, D., & Broneske, D. (2023).
Automated occupation coding with hierarchical features: A data-centric approach to classification with pre-trained language models. Discover Artificial Intelligence 3, 2023(6). https://doi.org/10.1007/s44163-023-00050-y

Graduates’ early wages in Germany: Does a university’s status of excellence make the difference?

Lang, S., & Schwabe, U. (2023).
Graduates’ early wages in Germany: Does a university’s status of excellence make the difference? Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 83(100765), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rssm.2023.100765
Abstract

The German initiative of excellence was the most far-reaching political measure in university funding–a shift from an equal distribution of funds, rooted in Humboldt’s tradition, to large-scale merit-based funding. Recent studies have examined the question how the initiative has affected (in)equality in university funding; but as yet little is known about effects on graduates’ monetary returns for university degrees. We analyse whether a degree from a ‘university of excellence’ leads to a wage premium at labour market entry. Inspired by previous work that found advantages only for subgroups, we further analyse whether the excellence effect on wages differs by social background and gender.

Gleicher Abschluss – gleiche Chancen? Ungleichheiten von Männern und Frauen in juristischen Berufen aus der Perspektive von Hochschulabsolvent:innen.

Brandt, G. (2023).
Gleicher Abschluss – gleiche Chancen? Ungleichheiten von Männern und Frauen in juristischen Berufen aus der Perspektive von Hochschulabsolvent:innen. In E. Dux et al. (Hrsg.), FRAU.MACHT.RECHT. 100 Jahre Frauen in juristischen Berufen (S. 93-114). Baden-Baden: Nomos. https://doi.org/10.5771/9783748914266-93

Wissenschaft weltoffen 2023 kompakt.

DAAD, & DZHW (2023).
Wissenschaft weltoffen 2023 kompakt. Daten und Fakten zur Internationalität von Studium und Forschung in Deutschland und international. Bielefeld: wbv Media.

Wissenschaft weltoffen kompakt 2023.

DAAD, & DZHW (2023).
Wissenschaft weltoffen kompakt 2023. Data on the Internationality of Studies and Research in Germany and Worldwide. Bielefeld: wbv Media.

Wissenschaftskommunikation in der Qualifizierungsphase.

Adrian, D. (2023).
Wissenschaftskommunikation in der Qualifizierungsphase. Wissenschaftsmanagement, 2022 (online first).
Abstract

Viele politische Stakeholder haben sich in der jüngeren Vergangenheit zum Thema Wissenschaftskommunikation positioniert und sprechen sich dabei häufig für eine Ausweitung und Professionalisierung dieses Bereichs aus. Besonders Wissenschaftler*innen in der Qualifizierungsphase werden als wichtige Akteur*innen für diesen Wandel betrachtet, jedoch ohne dass bislang viel darüber bekannt ist, welche Formate und Kanäle Early-Career-Researchers für die Wissenschaftskommunikation aktuell nutzen und was sie motiviert oder auch davon abhält, ihre Forschung einem Lai*innenpublikum zu vermitteln. Der Beitrag stellt die zentralen Ergebnisse einer Studie vor, die diese Themen anhand von Befragungsdaten der Nacaps-Studie untersucht.

NoSQL Security: Can My Data-driven Decision-making Be Influenced from Outside?

Nikiforova, A., Daskevics, A., & Azeroual, O. (2023).
NoSQL Security: Can My Data-driven Decision-making Be Influenced from Outside? In A. Visvizi, O. Troisi, & M. Grimaldi (Hrsg.), Big Data and Decision-Making: Applications and Uses in the Public and Private Sector (Emerald Studies in Politics and Technology) (S. 59-73). Bingley: Emerald Publishing Limited. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80382-551-920231005

Career start abroad: The implications of graduate migration for social inequality.

Witte, N., Stawarz, N., & Netz, N. (2023).
Career start abroad: The implications of graduate migration for social inequality. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 83, 100763. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rssm.2023.100763
Abstract

Integrating research on school-to-work transitions, international migration, and social inequality, this article investigates the social stratification of international school-to-work transitions and their payoff. Existing research shows that spatial mobility can amplify social inequalities both through social selectivity in access to mobility and through heterogeneity in its labor market outcomes. Building on these findings, we investigate the social selectivity of international school-to-work transitions (ISWT) and the wage difference between ISWT and national school-to-work transitions (NSWT) among graduates from higher education institutions in Germany.

Aktualisierung des Mappings des Gemeinsamen Vokabulars zum KDSF.

Biesenbender, S., Höhner, K., & Herwig, S. (16. Januar 2023).
Aktualisierung des Mappings des Gemeinsamen Vokabulars zum KDSF [Blogbeitrag]. https://doi.org/10.57689/DINI-BLOG.20230116

A Tale of Two Academic Communities: Digital Imaginaries of Automatic Screening Tools in Editorial Practice.

Hesselmann, F. (2023).
A Tale of Two Academic Communities: Digital Imaginaries of Automatic Screening Tools in Editorial Practice. Minerva (online first).

An intervention strategy for mitigating the prevalence of syntax errors during task exercise engagements.

Obionwu, V., Harnisch, C., Kalu, K., Broneske, D., & Saake, G. (2023).
An intervention strategy for mitigating the prevalence of syntax errors during task exercise engagements. In IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (Hrsg.), 2022 International Conference on Engineering and Emerging Technologies (ICEET) (S. 1-6). New York, United States: IEEE. https://doi.org/10.1109/ICEET56468.2022.10007096

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