Stefan Röhrer

Postal Address Université du Luxembourg
2, Avenue de l'Université
L-4365 Esch-sur-Alzette

My research interests are in the fields of (critical) migration studies and political sociology – especially the topics of protest and social movements as well as political socialization. Furthermore, I'm interested in gender studies, inequality research as well as in social and labor market policy. The unifying cognitive interest of my research is the mutual relationship between powerful discourses and their impacts as well as their (re-)production on the level of individuals. I approach these topics from the perspective of qualitative social research. In particular, I draw on biographical research and the sociology of knowledge approach to discourses.

 

Current Research Projects

„Integration as a discursive construction“
PhD thesis since 2020

„Networks of integration? An exploratory study on the labor market integration of refugees“
IAB-Research Project since 2019

 

Research Networks

Junior Sociologists Network of the International Sociological Association – since 2020

Section biographical research of the German Sociological Association – since 2020

Network Empirical Subjectivation Research – since 2019

Last updated on: Tuesday, 26 January 2021

I lecture at Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg since 2018. My B.A. seminars focus on protest and social movements as well as theories of mobilization and political socialization.



Last updated on: 19 Jun 2020