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PhD Student

Katrin Scholz

About Katrin Scholz

Katrin Scholz was a PhD candidate at the Research Training Group SOCLIFE in Cologne (Germany).

(Preliminary) Topic of dissertation project:
Attitudes Toward Homosexuality and Same-Sex Parenting (supervised by Prof. Dr. Karsten Hank, Prof. Dr. Ulrich Rosar)
Research Interest
Prejudice & stereotypes, Social Desirability Response Behavior, Ethnocentrism, Social Identity Theory, study of social inequality
Teaching and Working
Year beginning/year end

Position
Institution

10/2015 – 03/2016

Teaching assistant mentoring for “Quantitative social research”

Undergraduate-Course, University of Cologne

04/2015 – 07/2015

Teaching assistant for “CUDA A – Data analysis with Stata”

Undergraduate-Course, University of Cologne
Since 11/2014

Research assistant, Prof. em. Dr. Heiner Meulemann

Research Institute for Sociology and Social Psychology, University of Cologne
10/2014 – 02/2015

Teaching assistant for “Basic principles of social scientific work”

Undergraduate-Course, University of Cologne
04/2014 – 09/2014

Teaching Assistant for “CUDA B – Data analysis with STATA“

Undergraduate-Tutorial, University of Cologne
04/2014 – 06/2014

Lecturer “Attitudes toward Homosexuality and Same-Sex Parenting”

Undergraduate Seminar, Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf
10/2013 – 02/2014

Teaching Assistant for “Basic principles of social scientific work”

Undergraduate-Course, University of Cologne
05/2013 – 09/2013

Research assistant at chair Prof. Dr. Heiner Meulemann and at chair Prof. Dr. Karsten Hank

Research Institute for Sociology and Social Psychology, University of Cologne
10/2010 – 03/2013

Student assistant at chair Prof. Dr. Heiner Meulemann

Research Institute for Sociology and Social Psychology, University of Cologne
Grants

“Prejudice toward and acceptance of same-sex parenting in society” – One-year research project funded by the Strategic Research Fund of the Heinrich-Heine-University of Düsseldorf

Applicant: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Rosar

Substantial contribution: Katrin Scholz, M.Sc.