Sonja Scheuring (M.Sc.)
Sonja Scheuring (M.Sc.)
Chair of Sociology, especially Methods of Empirical Social Research
University of Bamberg
office hours: Tuesday 1-2 p.m., please make an appointment via email
Sonja Scheuring studied both Sociology (B.A. 2018) and Survey Statistics (M.Sc. 2016) at the University of Bamberg. During her studies she worked as a student associate at both the Chair of Sociology, especially Methods of Empirical Social Research at the University of Bamberg and the Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi). She assisted in EXCEPT as well as TEW-CCA project at the chair and in REGES project at the LIfBi. Besides these tasks, she worked as a tutor for data preparation and analysis using Stata for both Bachelor (Soziologisches Forschungspraktikum) and Master (Introduction in Stata) students. Additionally, she assisted as a student intern at the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) at the Research Data Centre (FDZ) and the Bavarian State Office for Statistics and Data Processing in the apartment for both university and traffic statistics. In April 2018 she began her doctoral studies and her job as research associate at the Chair for Sociology, especially Methods of Empirical Social Research at the University of Bamberg. She is both teaching associate and part of the team of “The socio-economic consequences of temporary employment: A comparative panel data analysis” SECCOPA project, which is funded with the European Research Council (ERC) starting grant until 2023.
- Social Inequality
- Temporary and Atypical Employment
- Subjective Well-Being
- International Comparative Social Research
- Methods for Panel Data Analyses
- Methods of Quantitative Empirical Social Research
Wolter, S., Grunau, P., Mackeben, J., Scheuring, S., Steffes, S., Arnold, D., Sliwka, D., Butschek, S., Laske, K., Petters, L., Kampkötter, P. and P. Maier (2018). Arbeitsqualität und wirtschaftlicher Erfolg: Längsschnittstudie in deutschen Betrieben. Endbericht (Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales. Forschungsbericht, 505), Berlin, 111 p.
Participation in conferences and workshops
[Jul 5-7, 2019] Presentation on "Job Insecurity and Well-Being within Families: A Panel Data Analysis for East and West Germany" at the ISA RC06 International Symposium on Families amidst Global and Local Processes: Economic, Political and Cultural Change at the University of the Aegean in Rhodes, Greece.
[Jun 20-21, 2019] Presentation on "The Effect of Fixed-Term Employment on Well-Being: Disentangling the Micro-Mechanisms and the Moderating Role of Social Cohesion" at the 3rd Joint Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference by DemoSoc at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain.
[Apr 15-17, 2019] Presentation on "The Effect of Fixed-Term Employment on Well-Being: Disentangling the Micro-Mechanisms and the Moderating Role of Social Cohesion" at the 4th International ESS Conference of GESIS at the University of Mannheim, Germany.
[Apr 1-5, 2019] Participation in InGRID-2 Spring School on “Vulnerable groups on the labour market” plus presentation on "Temporary Employment and Subjective Well-Being: Empirically Testing the Latent Deprivation Model within and across European Countries” at the University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.
[Mar 7-8, 2019] Presentation on "The Gendered Selection into Temporary Employment across European Countries: Does the Male Breadwinner Norm Matter?" at the "6th European User Conference" in Mannheim, Germany.
[Feb 25-Mar 01, 2019] Teaching Assistant for the Advanced Data Analysis Course "Multilevel Regression Modelling" at the ECPR Winter School in Bamberg, Germany.
[Nov 15-17, 2018] Presentation on "The Gendered Selection into Temporary Employment: Is It Really Flexibility?" at the Internal BAGSS Conference in Bayreuth, Germany.
[Nov 16-17, 2017] Participation in IAB/ZEW Workshop "Assessing the Impact of Human Resource Management Practices" at the IAB in Nuremberg, Germany.
[Mar 6-10, 2017] Teaching Assistant for the Advanced Data Analysis Course "Multilevel Regression Modelling" at the ECPR Winter School in Bamberg, Germany.
summer term 19:
Computergestützte Datenanalyse (SPSS) at the Justus-Liebig-University Giessen (external lecturer)
evaluation: course: mean=1.5, docent: mean=1.2, scale in grades from 1 (very good) – 5 (inadequate)
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evaluation: course: mean=1.6, docent: mean=1.3, scale in grades from 1 (very good) – 5 (inadequate)
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