Christoph Schlee (M.A.)
Christoph Schlee (M.A.)
Chair of Sociology, especially Methods of Empirical Social Research
University of Bamberg
room: 01.17 B
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Christoph Schlee studied Sociology (M.A. 2015, B.A. 2012) at the University of Bamberg. During his studies he worked as a student assistant in the research project “Educational Pathways and Dropout From Higher Education”, at the Junior Professorship for Sociology with focus on educational inequalities. Additionally, he worked as a student assistant in the BiKS research project “educational processes, competence development and selection decisions in preschool- and school age”. From October 2015 to April 2018 he has worked as research associate in the international and interdisciplinary research EU-Horizon2020 project "Social Exclusion of Youth in Europe: Cumulative Disadvantage, Coping Strategies, Effective Policies and Transfer“(EXCEPT) at the University of Bamberg. Since October 2015, he has been working as a research assistant at the Chair of Sociology, especially Methods of Empirical Social Research at the University of Bamberg. Since April 2020, he has also been working as a research associate at the Department of Internal and Integrative Medicine, Sozialstiftung Bamberg; Chair for Integrative Medicine, University of Duisburg-Essen.
- Unemployment, atypical employment, job insecurity
- Social exclusion
- Transition from School to Work
- Social Inequality and Sociology of the Life Course
- Qualitative Research Methods
Schlee, C., R. Musumeci and C. Ghislieri (forthcoming). Experiencing unemployment and job insecurity in two European countries: German and Italian young people’s well-being and coping strategies. In M. Unt, M. Gebel, S. Bertolini, V. Deliyanni-Kouimtzi and D. Hofäcker (eds). Social exclusion of youth in Europe. The multifaceted consequences of labour market insecurity. Bristol: The Policy Press. Chapter 5. Information on the forthcoming open access book
Meo, A., R. Ricucci, C. Schlee, J. Helemäe and M. Kazjulja (forthcoming). The role of informal social support for young people in unemployment and job insecurity. An investigation in Italy, Estonia and Germany. In M. Unt, M. Gebel, S. Bertolini, V. Deliyanni-Kouimtzi and D. Hofäcker (eds). Social exclusion of youth in Europe. The multifaceted consequences of labour market insecurity. Bristol: The Policy Press. Chapter 10. Information on the forthcoming open access book
Schlee, C. (2018). The German case. In Bertolini, S., Deliyanni-Kouimtzi, K., Bolzoni, M., Ghislieri, C., Goglio, V., Martino, S., Meo, A., Moiso, V., Musumeci, R., Ricucci, R., Torrioni, P.M., Athanasiades, C., Figgou, L., Flouli, A., Kostouli, M. & Sourvinou, M.N. (eds.). Labour market insecurity and social exclusion: Qualitative comparative results in nine countries, EXCEPT Working Papers, WP No. 53. Tallinn: Tallinn University. Download
Schlee, C. (2018). Young adults in insecure labour market positions in Germany – The results
from a qualitative study, EXCEPT Working Papers, WP No 19. Tallinn University, Tallinn. Download
[Nov 14-15, 2019] Participation at the ECSR network workshop "Labor market insecurity and health of family members" in Bamberg.
[Aug 27-30, 2017] Participation at the 6th Workshop of the EU-Horizon-2020 EXCEPT Project in Thessaloniki, Greece and presentation on "The voice of youth about policies in Germany - results from EXCEPT project".
[Feb 22-24, 2017] Participation at the 5th Workshop of the EU-Horizon-2020 EXCEPT Project at the Education Research Institute (IBE) in Warsaw, Poland and presentation on "Job insecurity and autonomy of young adults in Germany".
[Sep 21-23, 2016]Participation at the 4th workshop of the EU-Horizon-2020 project in Sofia, Bulgaria.
[Feb 24-26, 2016] Prof. Dr. Michael Gebel, Jonas Voßemer and Christoph Schlee organized the 3rd EXCEPT Workshop in Bamberg, which was attended by more than 40 international guests.
[Oct 1-3, 2015] Participation at the 2nd workshop of the EU-Horizon-2020 EXCEPT project at the University of Torino, Italy. Read more about the workshop
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