Friederike Schlücker

Doktorandin (BAGSS)

Feldkirchenstraße 21
96045 Bamberg
e-mail: friederike.schluecker(at)uni-bamberg.de
phone: 0951-863-2483
room: FG1/01.15


Vita

Since April 2014 Friederike Schlücker is a doctoral fellow at the Bamberg Graduate School of Social Sciences (BAGSS). She studied social economics (B.A.) at the University of Nuremberg-Erlangen and at the University of Strasbourg (France). At Bamberg University, she completed her master’s degree in Sociology in 2014. During her studies she worked as a tutor and student assistant at the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg and the National Education Panel Study (NEPS) and she was a working student at GfK Nuremberg and the European forum for migration studies (emfs) Bamberg.

Her research interests include educational research, especially in higher education, social inequality and quantitative research methods.

In her doctoral thesis, she analysis mechanisms that explain the link between social origin and academic achievement in tertiary education.


Presentations

Social Inequality at German Universities: The Case of Grades“
Annual BAGSS Conference „Inequalities”, Bamberg/Germany, September 2015.

„Soziale Ungleichheiten und Studienerfolg – eine aktuelle Erhebung“
Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Hochschulforschung (GfHf), Munich/Germany, April 2016.

„Parental education and academic achievement at university. Analyzing mechanisms of social reproduction in Germany
The Higher Education Conference, Amsterdam/the Netherlands, July 2016. 

„The impact of parental education on university grades. Evidence from a large German student survey" 
ISA RC28 summer meeting, Bern/Switzerland, August 2016. 

„How does parents' education affect university students in their studies? Findings from Germany
Colloquium: Habitus-Field-Theory, its Methodology and Application for Explanation of Inequalities, Bamberg/Germany, September 2016. 

„Primary effects in higher education: Accounting for social origin effects on academic achievement“ (together with Steffen Schindler). 24th Annual Workshop of the European Research Network on Transitions in Youth, Trento/Italy, September 2016.

Social Selectivity in Academic Integration: Access to and Consequences of Working as a Student Assistant" (mit Steffen Schindler). Pathways Into, Through, and Out of Higher Education. Hannover/Deutschland, September 2017.

„Soziale Herkunft und Studiennoten: Welche Mechanismen stehen hinter herkunftsbedingten Notenunterschieden an Universitäten?”Eingeladener Vortrag im Rahmen der Vielfalt und Implikationen studentischer Lebenslagen. Tagung zur 21. Sozialerhebung. Hannover/Deutschland, September 2018

Soziale Herkunft und Studiennoten: Welche Mechanismen stehen hinter herkunftsbedingten Notenunterschieden an der Universität? Ein Einblick in den Forschungsprozess." Eingeladener Vortrag im Rahmen des Forschungsseminar II Quantitative Methoden: Studierendenbefragung 2009-2018, Masterstudiengang Soziologie, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen (Prof. Ingrid Artus, MA Andreas Fischer).  Erlangen/Detuschland, November 2018.


Publications

Schlücker, F. & Schindler, S. (2019). Studienleistung im Bachelor- und Masterstudium. Bedingungsfaktoren und ihr Zusammenhang mit der sozialen Herkunft der Studierenden. In M. Lörz & H. Quast (Hrsg.), Bildungs- und Berufsverläufe mit Bachelor und Master. Determinanten, Herausforderungen und Konsequenzen (S. 225-272). Wiesbaden, Deutschland: Springer VS.

Schlücker, Friederike U. & Blumenfelder, A. Raphaela (2014). Effects of age at first birth on health of mothers aged 45 to 56. Zeitschrift für Familien Familienforschung 26 (3), S. 347-371.

Schlücker, Friederike & Bartig, Susanne (2013). Warum Metropolregion Nürnberg? Motive und Rahmenbedingungen des Zuzugs von Fachkräften. efms: Bamberg.


Memberships

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Soziologie
ISA Research Committee on Social Stratification (RC28)