Sociology and Psychology of Religion, Modernization and Individualization Theories, Qualitative Social Research, Health and Social Psychology, Health Promoting Social Work, Coping Theories
Born in 1992 in Marsberg. From 2012 to 2015 BA in Social Work and from 2015 to 2018 MA in Health Promoting Social Work at the Catholic University of Applied Sciences North Rhine-Westphalia in Paderborn. From 2015 to 2018 scholarship holder of the German National Academic Foundation. Since 2019, doctorate under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Sutterlüty at the Goethe University Frankfurt. Worked as a social worker at AWO Ostwestfalen-Lippe e.V. and Caritas Frankfurt e.V. and as a research assistant at the Institute for Social Research in the research project “Religious and Non-Religious Modes of Coping with Contingency in an Individualized Society.” Since 2020, doctoral scholarship holder of the German National Academic Foundation.
Ongoing research project: Religious and Non-Religious Modes of Coping with Contingency in an Individualized Society [https://www.ifs.uni-frankfurt.de/projectdetail/id-7-religious-and-non-religious-modes-of-coping-with-contingency-in-an-individualized-society.html]
Past research projects:
July 2016 – July 2017: “'Und was glaubst Du?” – Inwiefern wirkt die Religiosität in der Jugend als eine Strategie zur Bewältigung von Krisen?” – Individual research project as part of the Master's program in Health Promoting Social Work at the Catholic University of Applied Sciences, Paderborn
April 2016 – June 2017: “Family policy against poverty and social exclusion – a comparative study between Germany – Finland – Sweden – Poland” – Activities as research assistant in an international research project of Prof'in. Dr. phil. Monika Többe-Schukalla at the Catholic University of Applied Sciences, Paderborn
Research Projects at the Institute (collaboration)
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