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Number of publications at this level: 3210

2021

Bosence, Megan; Gröppmaier, Sakina Shakil; Harju, Bärbel; Strong, AmelieORCID: 00000001-6211-348X (Ed.) (2021): Where My Girls At? Writings on Contemporary Feminist Art. Munich: University Library of the Ludwig Maximilians University. [PDF, 10MB]

Udupa, SahanaORCID: 00000003-3647-9570; Gagliardone, I .; Hervik, P. (Ed.) (2021): Digital hate. The global conjuncture of online extreme speech. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. [Forthcoming]

Breitenstein, Mirko (2021): House, Book or Mirror. Man and his conscience before modernity. In: Communications / Ludwig Maximilians University Munich, Vigilance Cultures, SFB 1369, Vol. 2021, No. 1: pp. 20-31

Brenner, Christiane (2021): Sex And Scientific. Observation Research on Prostitution in Socialist Czechoslovakia. In: Mitteilungen / Ludwig Maximilians University Munich, Vigilance Cultures, SFB 1369, Vol. 2021, No. 1: pp. 10-18

Dürr, Eveline; Keller, Regine (January 11, 2021): Introducing Urban Environments as Spaces of Living in Transformation. In: Urban Environments Initiative

Heindl, Fabian (February 2021): The Role of Narrative Structures and Contextual Information in Digital Interactive 3D Testimonies. In: Georg Eckert Institute - Leibniz Institute for International Textbook Research (Ed.), Interactive 3D testimonies from Holocaust survivors. Chances and limits of an innovative technology. Eckert. Dossiers, 1. P. 111-129 [PDF, 497kB]

Hughes, Geoffrey; Walter, Anna-MariaORCID: 00000001-7629-3258 (March 2021): Staying Tuned. Connections beyond 'the field'. In: Social Analysis, Vol. 65, No. 1: pp. 89-102 [PDF, 1MB]

Kastner, Kristin (2021): African women on the road. Violence and resilience in border zones. In: Ribas-Mateos, Natalia; Dunn, Tim (Ed.): Handbook on Human Security, Borders and Migration. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd .. pp. 371-381

Mahar, Usman (March 24, 2021): [Review by] Armytage, Rosita: Big capital in an unequal world: the micropolitics of wealth in Pakistan. New York / Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2020. In: Social Anthropology, Vol. 29, no. 1: pp. 257-258

Markowetz, Reinhard; Wolf, Markus; Lang, Annika; Arndt, Sophia; Scherer, Kristina (February 8, 2021): International literature research on the intensive living area. Conditions of participation for people with intellectual disabilities and challenging behaviors. [PDF, 1MB]

McCarthy, Conal; Schorch, Philipp; Thomas, Nicholas (2021): Museum - Archive - Infrastructure. In: Roadsides, Vol. 5: pp. 38-46 [PDF, 2MB]

Meyer-Magister, Hendrik (February 2021): Self-determined health care in times of crisis. In: Therese, Feiler (ed.): Vernunft und Wissen. On ethics in a crisis. TTN edition, Vol. 2021. Munich: pp. 47-60

Naderer, Brigitte (2021): Advertising Unhealthy Food to Children: on the Importance of Regulations, Parenting Styles, and Media Literacy. In: Current Addiction Reports, Vol. 8, No. 1: pp. 12-18 [PDF, 326kB]

Neunhoeffer, MarcelORCID: 00000002-9137-5785; Wu, Steven; Dwork, Cynthia (2021): Private Post-GAN Boosting. International Conference on Learning Representations, May 3-7, 2021, Vienna. [PDF, 969kB]

Peter, ChristinaORCID: 00000002-1949-259X; Brosius, Hans-Bernd (2021): The role of the media in the development, course and coping with eating disorders. In: Federal Health Gazette, Health Research, Health Protection, Vol. 64, No. 1: pp. 55-61 [PDF, 269kB]

Pöhlmann, Tim; Sökefeld, Martin (2021): Ethnography and Representation: Introduction to a Relationship between Authority and Crisis. Munich: Institute for Social Anthropology, LMU Munich [PDF, 351kB]

Simple, EkkehartORCID: 00000001-8227-5451 (2021): VC - A Program for Estimating Time-Varying Coefficients. Version 6. [ZIP, 867kB]

Simple, EkkehartORCID: 00000001-8227-5451 (2021): VCC - A Program for Estimating Time-Varying Coefficients. Console Version With Source Code in C. Version 6. [ZIP, 386kB]

Driver, Magnus; Maurus, Sabrina (2021): Childhood and Adolescence in Africa. In: Krüger, Heinz-Hermann (Ed.): Handbook Childhood and Youth Research. 3rd, updated and exp. Edition 2021. Springer VS. [Forthcoming]

Udupa, SahanaORCID: 00000003-3647-9570; Stanley, Katie (2021): Moderating Global Voices.

2020

Böschen, Stefan; May, Stefan; Thurn, Roman (Ed.) (2020): Resilient Law? Synchronization problems, change in legal form and self-commitment through the law. Weilerswist: Velbrück.

Dürr, Eveline; Schorch, Philipp; Emde, Sina (Ed.) (2020): Experiencing Pacific Environments: Pasts, Presents, Futures.The Contemporary Pacific: A Journal of Island Affairs, Vol. 32. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

Muñoz, Diego; Soul friend, Andrea; Fajreldin, Valentina (Ed.) (December 31, 2020): Rapa Nui, Dilemas contemporaneos.Antropologías Del Sur, Vol. 7. Santiago de Chile: Escuela de Antropología Universidad Academia de Humanismo.

Obermaier, Magdalena (Ed.) (2020): Trust in journalistic media from the perspective of the recipient. On the influence of sociopolitical and performance-related explanatory variables. Wiesbaden: Springer.

Peter, Christina; Zerback, Thomas (Ed.) (2020): Ordinary Citizens in the news.Journalism Studies, Vol. 21.: Taylor & Francis.

Schorch, Philipp (Ed.) (2020): Sensitive Heritage: Ethnographic Museums, Provenance Research and the Potentialities of Restitutions.Museum and Society, Vol. 18. Leicester: University of Leicester. [PDF, 196kB]

Schorch, Philipp; Saxer, MartinORCID: 00000003-1861-605X; Elders, Marlen (Ed.) (2020): Exploring Materiality and Connectivity in Anthropology and Beyond. London: UCL Press. [PDF, 17MB]

Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin; Hanitzsch, ThomasORCID :ANY0002-7104-6300 (Ed.) (2020): The handbook of journalism studies. 2nd edition. New York, London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Acosta Garcia, Raul; Aschenbrenner, Marie; Dürr, Eveline; Winder, Gordon M. (September 4, 2020): Re-imagining cities as ecosystems: environmental subject formation in Auckland and Mexico City. In: Urban Research & Practice [PDF, 570kB]

Assenmacher, Dennis; Adam, Lena; Frischlich, Lena; Trautmann, Heike; Grimme, Christian (2020): Inside the Tool Set of Automation: Free Social Bot Code Revisited. In: Grimme, Christian; Preuss, Mike; Takes, Frank W .; Waldherr, Annie (Ed.): Disinformation in Open Online Media. MISDOOM 2019. Lecture Notes in Computer Science,, Vol. 12021. Cham: Springer. Pp. 101-114

Assenmacher, Dennis; Frischlich, Lena; Clever, Lena; Quandt, Thorsten; Trautmann, Heike; Grimme, Christian (2020): Demystifying Social Bots: On the Intelligence of Automated Social Media Actors. In: Social Media & Society, Vol. 6, No. 3: pp. 1-14 [PDF, 1MB]

Auspurg, Katrin; Recker, Jonas (2020): More openness in research? An evaluation of open science measures at the Zeitschrift für Soziologie. In: Journal of Sociology, Vol. 49, No. 1: pp. 1-9

Auspurg, Katrin; Schneck, Andreas; Thiel, Fabian (February 2020): Different samples, different results? How sampling techniques affect the results of field experiments on ethnic discrimination. In: Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, Vol. 65, 100444

Bader, Felix; Keuschnigg, Marc (August 7, 2020): Bounded Solidarity in Cross-National Encounters. Individuals Share More with Others from Poor Countries but Trust Them Less. In: Sociological Science, Vol. 7: pp. 415-432

Barth, Niklas (2020): Society as mediality. Studies on a functionalist media theory. Bielefeld: transcript.

Barth, Niklas; Nassehi, Armin; Saake, Irmhild (2020): Perspectivity through procedures. On the function of the German Ethics Council. In: Social Systems, Vol. 22, No. 1-2: pp. 274-297

Farmer, Amelie; Buchwald, Sabine (July 14, 2020): "The heat load will increase". In: Süddeutsche Zeitung: p. 35

Farmer, Amelie; Buchwald, Sabine (July 14, 2020): The heat load will increase. Sociologist Amelie Bauer researches summer in the city. In: Süddeutsche Zeitung: p. 35

Baugut, Philip (July 20, 2020): No, it doesn't matter who rules. In: Die Presse: p. 20

Baumgarten, Daniel; Felbermayr, Gabriel; Lehwald, Sybille (2020): Dissecting Between-Plant and Within-Plant Wage Dispersion: Evidence from Germany. In: Industrial Relations, Vol. 59, No. 1: pp. 85-122 [PDF, 288kB]

Beckert, Johannes; Koch, Thomas; Viererbl, Benno; Denner, Nora; Peter, Christina (2020): Advertising in disguise? How disclosure and content features influence the effects of native advertising. In: Communications, Vol. 45, No. 3: pp. 303-324

Bernhart, EliasORCID: 15:00 0002-8858-0841 (February 15, 2020): Data management for qualitative research projects at the LMU. Advice, assistance, orientation. [PDF, 850kB]

Boberg, Svenja; Frischlich, Lena; Schatto-Eckrodt, Tim; Wintterlin, Florian; Quandt, Thorsten (2020): Between Overload and Indifference: Detection of Fake Accounts and Social Bots by Community Managers. In: Grimme, Christian; Preuss, Mike; Takes, Frank W .; Waldherr, Annie (Ed.): Disinformation in Open Online Media. MISDOOM 2019. Lecture Notes in Computer Science,, Vol. 12021. Cham: Springer. Pp. 16-24

Bozoyan, Christiane; Schmiedeberg, Claudia (2020): Satisfaction in a partnership and infidelity: one connection, two directions. In: KZfSS Cologne Journal for Sociology and Social Psychology, Vol. 72: P. 1-31 [PDF, 526kB]

Breuer, Johannes; Wulf, Tim; Mohseni, M. Rohangis (2020): New Formats, New Methods: Computational Approaches as a Way Forward for Media Entertainment Research. In: Media and Communication, Vol. 8, No. 3: pp. 147-152 [PDF, 338kB]

Broll, M. (2020): Europe [review by] Gerhards, Jürgen, Holger Lengfeld, Zsófia S. Ignácz, Florian K. Kley and Maximilian Priem: European Solidarity in Times of Crisis. Insights from a Thirteen-Country Survey. Abingdon / New York: Routledge 2019. In: Cologne Journal for Sociology and Social Psychology, Vol. 72, No. 4: pp. 691-694 [PDF, 156kB]

Brosius, Hans-Bernd; Dan, ViorelaORCID: Brille0002-5248-2502 (2020): Framing in News Journalism. In: Köhler, Tanja (Ed.): Fake News, Framing, Fact-Checking: News in the digital age: a manual. Digital society, Vol. 30. 1st edition. Bielefeld: transcript. Pp. 265-282

Carstensen, Tanja (2020): Flexible work in terms of location and time: Old gender inequalities and new patterns of division of labor through digitization. In: Journal of Ergonomics, Vol. 74: pp. 195-205 [PDF, 282kB]

De Majo, Claudio (2020): [Review of] The State in the Forest: Contested Commons in the Nineteenth Century Venetian Alps, by Giacomo Bonan, Winwick, Cambridgeshire, White Horse Press, 2019. ISBN 978-1-912186-08- 2. In: Modern Italy, Vol. 25, No. 1: P. 99-101 [PDF, 50kB]

Denner, Nora; Peter, Christina (2020): Lies press, does the press write? The self-thematization of German daily newspapers in relation to the term Lügenpresse. In: Hohlfeld, Ralf; Harnischmacher, Michael; Heinke, Elfi; Lehner, Lea Sophia; Sengl, Michael (Ed.): Fake News and Disinformation: Challenges for the networked society and empirical research. 1st edition. Baden-Baden: Nomos. P. 269-282 [PDF, 388kB]

Detert, Janis (2020): Sociology of Aging. [Review of:] Hank, Karsten, Frank Schulz-Nieswandt, Michael Wagner and Susanne Zank (eds.): Aging research. Manual for science and practice. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft 2019. In: KZfSS Cologne Journal for Sociology and Social Psychology, Vol. 72: pp. 145-148 [PDF, 156kB]

Dürr, Eveline (October 13, 2020): From "backward Indians" to vigilant bearers of hope? Looking for a way out of the environmental crisis in Mexico. In: Vigilance cultures

Dürr, Eveline; Fischer, Jeannine-Madeleine (2020): Caring for the 'Good' City in Ethical Terms: Graffiti Removal in Auckland, Aotearoa / New Zealand. In: New Zealand Sociology, Vol. 35, No. 1: pp. 49-69

Emde, Sina; Dürr, Eveline; Schorch, Philipp (2020): Experiencing Pacific Environments: Pasts, Presents, Futures. [Introduction]. In: Contemporary Pacific, Vol. 32, No. 1: pp. 1-20

Fiedler, Anke (2020): From Being Aware to Going There: On the Awareness and Decision-Making of (Prospective) Migrants. In: Mass Communication and Society, Vol. 23, No. 3: pp. 356-377

Fladerer, Martin P .; Braun, Susanne (2020): Managers ’Resources for Authentic Leadership - a Multi ‐ study Exploration of Positive Psychological Capacities and Ethical Organizational Climates. In: British Journal of Management, Vol. 31, No. 2: pp. 325-343 [PDF, 450kB]

Friese, Klaus J.ORCID :ANY0002-1379-7712 (September 2020): Corona crisis shows the limits of our risk models. In: Die Bank: Zeitschrift für Bankpolitik und Praxis, No. 9: pp. 34-37

Fuetterer, Cornelia; Augustin, Thomas; Fuchs, Christiane (2020): Adapted single-cell consensus clustering (adaSC3). In: Advances in Data Analysis and Classification, Vol. 14, No. 4: pp. 885-896 [PDF, 460kB]

Gordeeva, Daria (2020): Lobinger, Katharina (Ed.): Handbuch Visuelle Kommunikationforschung. In: Journalistik, Vol. 65, No. 4: pp. 687-689 [PDF, 147kB]

Göhlert, ChristianORCID :ANY0002-9903-3595 (2020): Safe, clean, self-determined? Communication strategies in job advertisements from the Japanese red light district. Munich [PDF, 2MB]

Hanitzsch, ThomasORCID: 00000002-7104-6300 (2020): Comparative Journalism Research. In: Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin; Hanitzsch, Thomas (Ed.): The handbook of journalism studies. 2nd edition. New York, London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. Pp. 506-521

Hanitzsch, ThomasORCID: 00000002-7104-6300; Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin (2020): Journalism Studies: Developments, Challenges, and Future Directions. In: Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin; Hanitzsch, Thomas (Ed.): The handbook of journalism studies. 2nd edition. New York, London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. Pp. 3-20

Hanitzsch, ThomasORCID: 00000002-7104-6300; Örnebring, Henrik (2020): Professionalism, Professional Identity and Journalistic Roles. In: Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin; Hanitzsch, Thomas (Ed.): The handbook of journalism studies. 2nd edition. New York, London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. Pp. 105-122

Heidemann, Frank (2020): Funerals of the Badagas in Southern India. Fingerprints of Recent History. In: Paideuma, Vol. 66: pp. 127-149

Heidemann, Frank (2020): The Seamen from Minicoy. An Oral History of Social Transition in the Laccadive Sea. In: Man In India, Vol. 100, No. 3-4: pp. 229-246

Heidemann, Frank (2020): Ritual as performed constitution. Badagas in the Nilgiris District. In: Albery, Henry; Hartmann, Jens-Uwe; Ray, Himanshu Prabha (Ed.): Power, Presence and Space: South Asian Rituals in Archaeological Context. Archeology and Religion in South Asia series, Milton: Taylor & Francis Group. Pp. 83-99

Heidemann, Frank (2020): Conversions versus Unity. The Basel Mission among the Badagas on the Nilgiri Plateau. In: Berger, Peter; Sahoo, Sarbeswar (Ed.): Godroads: modalities of conversion in India. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 109-128

Heinkelmann-Wild, Tim; Kriegmair, Lisa; Rittberger, Berthold (2020): The EU Multi-Level System and the Europeanization of Domestic Blame Games. In: Politics and Governance, Vol. 8, No. 1: pp. 85-94 [PDF, 685kB]

Jakob, Martina; Combet, Benita (October 2020): Educational aspirations and decision-making in a context of poverty. A test of rational choice models in El Salvador. In: Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, Vol. 69, 100545

Kaltbeitzer, Dennis Marc (July 6, 2020): The ghost game of the media. The representation of the fans in the course of the protests against Dietmar Hopp and the DFB in the Bundesliga 2019/20. Bachelor thesis, Faculty of Social Sciences, Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich. [PDF, 9MB]

Kastner, Kristin (2020): Of liminal spaces and times. Nigerian migrant women on their way to Europe. In: Augart, Isabella; Kunze, Sophia; Stumpf, Teresa (ed.): In between. Material and social spaces of transition. Series of publications by the Isa Lohmann-Siems Foundation, Vol. 13. Berlin: Reimer. Pp. 19-31

Krämer, Benjamin; Peter, Christina (2020): Exemplification Effects: A Meta-Analysis. In: Human Communication Research, Vol. 46, No. 2-3: pp. 192-221

Lessenich, Stephan (May 6, 2020): Coronification of the political. In: Süddeutsche Zeitung: p. 9

Lessenich, Stephan (March 7, 2020): The virus brings back what has been repressed. In: Süddeutsche Zeitung: p. 17

Lessenich, StephanORCID :ANY0001-7181-8537 (2020): Double standards hold better: Politics with solidarity in the externalization society. In: Berliner Journal für Soziologie, Vol. 30: S. 113-130 [PDF, 304kB]

Lessenich, StephanORCID: 00000001-7181-8537 (May 2020): El nacionalismo epidémico y los límites de la solidaridad. In: Teoría & Cambio social, Vol. 1, No. 1: pp. 58-61

Lessenich, StephanORCID: 00000001-7181-8537 (2020): Make life and let die. Politics with vulnerability. In: WSI-Mitteilungen, Vol. 73, No. 6: pp. 454-461

Lessenich, StephanORCID :ANY0001-7181-8537 (2020): The Flood next to us. the externalization society and its price. 6th edition. Munich: Piper.

Lessenich, StephanORCID :lösungen0001-7181-8537 (November 2020): Sociology - Corona - Criticism. In: Berliner Journal für Soziologie, Vol. 30, No. 2: pp. 215-230 [PDF, 304kB]

Lessenich, StephanORCID: 00000001-7181-8537 (April 2020): The big food. In: Dieter, Anna-Lisa; Krason, Viktoria (Ed.): Future Food: Eating for the world of tomorrow. 1st edition. Göttingen: Wallstein. Pp. 90-97

Lessenich, StephanORCID: 00000001-7181-8537 (August 2020): Solidarity alone? About the neosocial aspect of the pandemic. In: Volkmer, Michael; Werner, Karin (Ed.): The Corona Society: Analyzes of the situation and perspectives for the future. X texts on culture and society, 1st edition. Bielefeld: transcript. Pp. 177-184

Lessenich, Stephan; Beginning, Sophie; Müller, Felix (May 9, 2020): "Urban life will be damaged - possibly in the long term". In: Abendzeitung: p. 7

Lessenich, StephanORCID: 00000001-7181-8537; Offe, Klaus (2020): State, rule and democracy. In: Joas, Hans; Mau, Steffen (Ed.): Textbook of Sociology. 4th completely revised and expanded edition. Frankfurt am Main / New York: Campus Verlag. Pp. 691-724

Lessenich, StephanORCID: 00000001-7181-8537; Reder, Michael; Süẞ, Dietmar (2020): Between social cohesion and political practice. The many faces of solidarity. In: WSI-Mitteilungen, Vol. 73, No. 5: pp. 319-326

Linde, Klaus; Huber, Christina Maria; Barth, Niklas; Schneider, Antonius (2020): How do young general practitioners experience the transition to general practice? A qualitative study. In: Journal for Evidence, Training and Quality in Health Care (ZEFQ), Vol. 150-152: pp. 96-102

Mahar, Usman (July 23, 2020): Documents, Destiny and Returning to Pakistan. Making Sense of (Im) mobility. EASA2020: New Anthropological Horizons in and Beyond Europe, 21. - 24.07.2020, Virtual Panel: The Affective Economy of Deportation and Return (P073) [PDF, 3MB]

Mahar, Usman (2020): Europe shoots sharp. In: Der Spiegel, Vol. 2020, No. 20: pp. 78-81

Mahar, Usman (2020): In Pursuit of Masculinity. On Aging Bodies, Migration and Youthful Masculinities. In: Journal of Bodies, Sexualities, and Masculinities, Vol. 1, No. 2: pp. 47-63

Mahar, Usman (2020): Inducing Return to Pakistan. 'Voluntary' Return Programs in Germany. In: South Asianist, Vol. 7, No. 1: pp. 57-70 [PDF, 1MB]

Mahar, Usman (May 27, 2020): Is the Pandemic a Chance to Challenge Global Inequality? In: Sapiens [HTML, 70kB]

Mahar, Usman (March 2020): Understanding “Voluntary” Returns to Pakistan. Pre- and post-return scenarios. Transnational Exchange IV: A European counseling perspective on region-specific return and reintegration, March 2020, Virtual (Augsburg) [PDF, 5MB]

Mahar, Usman (2020): The Management of Refugee Repatriation: How Voluntary are Voluntary ’Returns from Germany? In: Makki, Muhammad; Azam, Aizah; Akash, Syed Ali; Khan, Faryal (Ed.): Forced Migration and Conflict-Induced Displacement: Impacts and Prospective Responses. Islamabad: NUST Press. P. 21-36 [PDF, 847kB]

Mahar, Usman; Maria, Stöhr (February 27, 2020): "The idea of ​​voluntary return ad absurdum". What happens to the asylum seekers who are deported from Germany to their countries of origin? An ethnologist explains why many migrants only have one option there; An interview by Maria Stöhr. In: Der Spiegel

Markiewitz, Antonia; Arendt, Florian; Scherr, Sebastian (2020): Increasing Adherence to Media Guidelines on Responsible Reporting on Suicide: Suggestions from Qualitative Interviews with German Journalists. In: Journalism Studies, Vol. 21, No. 4: pp. 494-511

Matthes, Jörg; Karsay, Kathrin; Jewelry, desiréeORCID: 00000002-9492-6052; Stevic, Anja (2020): “Too much to handle”: Impact of mobile social networking sites on information overload, depressive symptoms, and well-being. In: Computers in Human Behavior, Vol. 105, 106217

Maurer, Petra (2020): The Tibetan Governmental Transport and Postal System: Horse Services and Other Taxes from the 13th to the 20th Centuries. In: Buddhism, Law & Society, Vol. 5: pp. 61-90

Meyen, Michael (2020): We are the inheritance. Why GDR journalism was buried too early. My story. Cologne: Herbert von Halem Verlag.

Meyen, Michael (2020): The Invention of Credibility. In: Blome, Astrid; Eberwein, Tobias; Averbeck-Lietz, Stefanie (ed.): Media trust: historical and current perspectives. Dortmund contributions to newspaper research, Vol. 69. Berlin; Boston: De Gruyter Saur. Pp. 59-76

Meyen, Michael; Nordenstreng, Kaarle; Barrera, Carlos; Pisarek, Walery (2020): Media and the Cold War: The East / West Conflict. In: Arnold, Klaus; Preston, Paschal; Kinnebrock, Susanne (Ed.): The handbook of European communication history. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. Pp. 205-220

Mlinarić, Martin; Schreuders, Michael; Graen, Laura; Lessenich, StephanORCID: 00000001-7181-8537 (January 2020): Transnational tobacco companies and the mechanism of externalization. A realistic synthesis. In: Health & Place, Vol. 61, 102240

Muñoz, Diego (December 31, 2020): La tierra en Rapa Nui. La política del parentesco y los dispositivos estatales. Consensus and disagreement in the definition of the propiedad. In: Antropologías del Sur, Vol. 7, No. 14: pp. 127-157 [PDF, 5MB]

Muñoz, Diego; Soul friend, Andrea; Fajreldin, Valentina (December 31, 2020): La antropología chilena en Rapa Nui: una retrospectiva. In: Antropologías del Sur, Vol. 7, No. 14: pp. 89-126

Müller, Juliane (2020): Webs of Fiesta-related Trade. Chinese Imports, Investment and Reciprocity in La Paz, Bolivia. In: Critique of Anthropology [Forthcoming]

Müller, Juliane (2020): Labeling, packaging, scanning: paths and diversions of mobile phones in the Andes. In: Schorch, Philipp; Saxer, Martin; Elders, Marlen (Ed.): Exploring Materiality and Connectivity in Anthropology and Beyond. London: UCL Press. Pp. 116-133

Nassehi, Armin (April 28, 2020): "I wonder with what certainty some people proclaim a change of epoch". In: Neue Zürcher Zeitung: p. 7

Nassehi, Armin (July 18, 2020): Armin Nassehi, sociologist. In: Die Welt, Vol. 2020, No. 166: p. 32

Nassehi, Armin (December 2020): The infected society and the inaccessibility of the virus. Corona Lectures in the winter semester 2020/21, LMU Munich, December 15, 2020.

Nassehi, Armin (August 27, 2020): The unbearable indolence of being. In: Die Zeit, Vol. 2020, No. 36: p. 5

Nassehi, Armin (June 22, 2020): A society of full citizens. In: Süddeutsche Zeitung: p. 10

Nassehi, Armin (August 1, 2020): Don't rejoice too early! In: Der Tagesspiegel: p. 6

Nassehi, Armin (December 24, 2020): Our freedom is also our weakness. In: Die Welt, No. 301: p. 2

Nassehi, Armin; Jungkunz, Alexander (November 16, 2020): "We Germans complain at a high level". In: Nürnberger Nachrichten: p. 20

Nassehi, Armin; Kurbjuweit, Dirk; Schaible, Jonas (August 8, 2020): "The protests are more pop culture than politics". In: Der Spiegel, Vol. 2020, No. 33: pp. 26-29

Ostermaier, Agnes; Barth, Niklas; Linde, Klaus (2020): How German general practitioners justify their provision of complementary and alternative medicine. A qualitative study. In: BMC Complementary Medicine and Therapy, Vol. 20, 111: pp. 1-8 [PDF, 591kB]

Peter, ChristinaORCID: 00000002-1949-259X; Zerback, Thomas (2020): Ordinary citizens in the news: A theoretical framework. In: Journalism Studies, Vol. 21, No. 8: pp. 1003-1016

Reinhardt, Thomas (October 9, 2020): Max Weber and the Thermomix. In: Pop: Culture and Criticism, Vol. 17: pp. 108-113

Rieger, Diana; Dippold, Jessica; Appel, Markus (2020): Trolls are not only found in fairy tales - the phenomenon of trolling on the Internet. In: Appel, Markus (ed.): The psychology of the post-factual: About fake news, "Lügenpresse", Clickbait & Co. Berlin; Heidelberg: Springer. Pp. 45-58

Rieger, Diana; Frischlich, Lena; Bente, Gary (2020): Dealing with the dark side: The effects of right-wing extremist and Islamist extremist propaganda from a social identity perspective. In: Media, War & Conflict, Vol. 8, No. 7: pp. 904-924

Rieger, Diana; Wörz, Simon (June 23, 2020): "Self-staging is not a main motif". In: Backnanger Kreiszeitung, No. 142: p. 3

Sauer, Carsten; Auspurg, Katrin; Hinz, Thomas (2020): Designing Multi-Factorial Survey Experiments. Effects on Presentation Style (Text or Table), Answering Scales, and Vignette Order. In: methods, data, analyzes, Vol. 14, No. 2: pp. 195-214

Saxer, MartinORCID: 00000003-1861-605X; Schorch, Philipp (2020): Introduction: Materiality and Connectivity. In: Schorch, Philipp; Saxer, Martin; Elders, Marlen (Ed.): Exploring Materiality and Connectivity in Anthropology and Beyond. London: UCL Press. P. 1-14 [PDF, 6MB]

Schindler, SebastianORCID: 00000003-2092-7252 (April 7, 2020): Clausewitz for an introduction. Hamburg: Junius.

Schindler, SebastianORCID: 00000003-2092-7252 (March 13, 2020): Microanalysis as ideology critique. The critical potential of "zooming in" on everyday social practices. In: Martill, Benjamin; Schindler, Sebastian (Ed.): Theory as ideology in international relations; the politics of knowledge. Worlding beyond the West, Abingdon, Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. [PDF, 263kB]

Simple, EkkehartORCID: 15:00 0001-8227-5451 (November 2020): Season. A Mathematica Package for Seasonal Adjustment. [ZIP, 2MB]

Simple, EkkehartORCID: 00000001-8227-5451 (2020): The Homo Economicus Under Experimental Attack. Munich Contributions to Economics (VWL) 2020-4 [PDF, 250kB]

Schorch, Philipp (2020): Sensitive Heritage: Ethnographic Museums, Provenance Research, and the Potentialities of Restitutions. [Introduction]. In: Museum and society, Vol. 18, No. 1: pp. 1-5 [PDF, 196kB]

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