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Mr.
Prof. Dr. Michael Windzio

Faculty 08
Social Studies/Geography/History Social Studies/Geography/History

E-Mail: mwindzio@uni-bremen.de

Affiliations | Research Topics | Cooperations | Projects | Scientific Activities | Resources


Affiliations

High-Profile Areas
» Social Changes, Social Policy and the State


DFG Collaborative Projects
» SFB 597: Transformations of the State


Graduate program
» Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS)


Affiliation to a Central Research Unit
» SOCIUM - Research Center on Inequality and Social Policy


Affiliation to an institute
Code Indication deutsch Indication englisch Funcition Keywords deutsch Keywords englisch
EMPAS  Institut fĂĽr Empirische und Angewandte Soziologiue  Institute of Emprical and Applied Sociology  Leader/Speaker  Der Schwerpunkt des Forschungsprogramms ist Sozialer Wandel und Lebensläufe im internationalen Vergleich mit dem Fokus auf Bildung, Beruf und Beschäftigung, Familie, Lebensformen und Sozialstruktur sowie Migration. Diese inhaltlichen Schwerpunkte sind darĂĽber hinaus eng mit der Methodenforschung verbunden. Im Mittelpunkt des Interesses liegen hier besonders Survey Methodology, dynamische Längsschnittanalysen, Mehrebenenmodelle und die Verbindung quantitativer mit qualitativen Daten  The core areas of EMPAS’s research program are the study of processes of social change, the analysis of life course trajectories, and comparative sociology. It focuses on education, careers and employment, family, social structures, and migration. In its empirical research, EMPAS combines an applied orientation with high theoretical and methodological standards.  
SOCIUM  Research Center on Inequality and Social Policy  Research Center on Inequality and Social Policy  Member     



Affialation to a work group
Code Indication deutsch Indication englisch Faculty Keywords deutsch Keywords englisch
MuS  Migration und Stadtforschung  Migration and Urban Studies  F08    Our research and teaching activities include empirical analysis of migration processes, especially of labour migration in Germany, but also research on integration of immigrants, education and labour markets, economic sociology of immigration, quantitative methodology, longitudinal and network analysis. This homepage informs about current research projects, our staff members and teaching activities.  
SOCIUM  Research Area "Life Course, Life Course Policy, and Social Integration"   Research Area "Life Course, Life Course Policy, and Social Integration"   F08     




Research Topics
Humanities and social sciences
» Educational Research
» Social Sciences
» Empirical Social Research
» Education Systems and Educational Institutions


Cooperations

Researchers with cooperation
Institution City Category Country of origin
Kriminologisches Forschungsinstitut Nds. Hannover Non-Profit-Companies/Self-Governing Organizations



Projects

Projects (Hyperlink)
Link (extern): http://www.mus.uni-bremen.de/research/ http://www.mus.uni-bremen.de/research/


Most significant projects
Code Indication deutsch Indication englisch Cooperation partners Funding sources/agencies Term
SFB 134 Die globale Entwicklungsdynamik von Inklusivität und Leistungsumfang staatlicher Bildung The global dynamics of inclusiveness and scope of services in public education Prof. Dr. Kerstin Martens DFG 2022 - 2024
BMI-B09 Ethnisch diskriminierende Einstellungen in Beschäftigen-Netzwerken öffentlicher Institutionen Ethnic discriminatory attitudes in employee networks of public institutions. Univrsität Leipzig, Prof. Dr. Holger Lengfeld Bundesministerium des Inneren, BMI 2022 - 2024
FGZ Segmentation und wechselseitige Bewertungen sozialer Milieus Segementation and mutual evalution of social milieus Forschungsinstitut fĂĽr den gesellschaftlichen Zusammenhalt BMBF 2020 - 2023
SFB 1342 TP A05 - Die globale Entwicklung, Diffusion und Tranformation von Bildungssystemen The global development, diffusion and tranformation of education systems Prof. Dr. Kerstin Martens Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft 2019 - 2022
MfK "Moving for the Kids" und die Folgen für die residenzielle Segregation. Die wahrgenommene Qualität von Schulen und Nachbarschaften als Ursache von Umzügen von Familien mit und ohne Migrationshintergrund. Moving for the Kids" and the consequences for residential segregation. The Perceived Quality of Schools and Neighborhoods as a Cause of Moves by Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Families. DFG 2017 - 2019
BMBF schulbezogene Netzwerke Die Rolle schulbezogener sozialer Netzwerke fĂĽr Abiturleistung und Berufswahl einer sozial und ethnisch heterogenen SchĂĽlerschaft Social Networks in schools and their effects on upper-secondary educational grades, choice of university programmes and occupational choices PD Dr. Dirk Fornahl BMBF 2012 - 2014
SFB 597-C4 Internationalization of Education Policy. Consequences of the PISA Study and the Bologna Process Prof. Dr. Kerstin Martens 2011 - 2014
SFB 597-C4 Internationalization of Education Policy. Consequences of the PISA Study and the Bologna Process Prof. Dr. Kerstin Martens 2011 - 2014
DFG Integration durch Freundschaft Integration durch Freundschaft? Dynamiken sozialer Assimilation von Kindern aus Migrantenfamilien in multiplexen Peernetzwerken. Dynamics of social assimilation of immigrant children in multiplex peer networks Prof. Dr. Matthias Wingens DFG 2010 - 2013


Agencies that have funded your research during the past five years (public institutions and foundations)
» DFG
» BMBF


Expertise
Social Integration



Scientific Activities


Publications (Hyperlink)
Link (extern): http://www.socium.uni-bremen.de/lib/download.php?file=fec2548c79.pdf&filename=vita_engl.pdf http://www.socium.uni-bremen.de/lib/download.php?file=fec2548c79.pdf&filename=vita_engl.pdf


Most significant Publications
Looking for freedom? Networks of international student mobility and countries' levels of democratization
Type
Author(s)Voegtle, Eva; Windzio, Michael
Year2019
InThe Geographical Journal
Year186
DoiDOI:10.1111/geoj.12329
Article
 
A network analysis of intra-EU migration flows: how regulatory policies, economic inequalities and the network-topology shape the intra-EU migration spac
Type
Author(s)Windzio, M., Teney, C., Lenkewitz, S.
Year2019
InJournal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Year46
Doidoi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2019.1643229
Article
 
The impact of marketisation and spatial proximity on reading performance: international results from PISA 2012
Type
Author(s)Teltemann, J., Windzio, M.
Year2019
InCompare
Year49
Issue5
Pages777-794
Article
 
Not just by walking distance: Residential Segregation and Children’s Network Integration in the City of Bremen
Type
Author(s)Windzio, M., Tommer, Maximilian
Year2019
InUrban Afffairs Review
Year55
Issue4
Pages1153-1174
Article
 
Social exchange and integration into visits-at-home networks: Effects of third-party intervention and residential segregation on boundary-crossing
Type
Author(s)Windzio, M.
Year2018
InRationality & Society
Year30
Issue4
Pages491-513
Article
 
The network of global migration 1990-2013. Using ERGMs to test theories of migration between countries
Type
Author(s)Windzio, M.
Year2018
InSocial Networks
Year53
Pages20-29
Article
 
Networks of International Student Mobility: Enlargement and Consolidation of the European Transnational Education Space? (Publisher)
Type
Author(s)Vögtle, Eva; Windzio, Michael
Year2016
InHigher Education
Year72
Pages723–741
Article
 
Immigrant children and their parents: Is there an intergenerational interdependence of integration into social networks?
Type
Author(s)Windzio, Michael
Year2015
InSocial Networks
Year40
Issue1
Pages197-206
Article
 
Are we just friends? Immigrant integration into high- and low-cost social networks
Type
Author(s)Windzio, M., Bicer, E.
Year2013
InRationality & Society
Year25
Issue123-145
Article
 
Integration and Inequality in Educational Institutions. Dordrecht: Springer (Publisher)
Type
Author(s)Michael Windzio
Year2013
Edited Volume/Special Edition/Periodical
 
Integration of immigrants’ children into inter-ethnic friendship networks: The role of “intergenerational openness”
Type
Author(s)Windzio, M.
Year2012
InSociology
Year46
Pages258-271
Article
 
Organizational ecology of immigrant employment and organizational buffer zones: Who leaves first when the organization gets into trouble?
Type
Author(s)Michael Windzio
Year2008
InSocial Science Research
Year37
Pages1171-1187
Article
 
Guilt and Shame as Predictors of Recidivism: A Longitudinal Study with Young Prisoners
Type
Author(s)Hosser, D., Windzio, M., Greve, W.
Year2008
InCriminal Justice and Behaviour
Year35
Issue138-152
Article
 
The Problem of Time Dependent Explanatory Variables at the Context-Level in Discrete Time Multilevel Event History Analysis. A Comparison of Models Considering Mobility Between Local Labour Markets as an Example (Publisher)
Type
Author(s)Windzio, M.
Year2006
InQuality & Quantity
Issue40
Pages175-185
Article
 
Causal inference in collaboration networks using propensity score methods (Publisher)
Type
Author(s)Michael Windzio
InQuaity & Quantiy
Year2021
Doi10.1007/s11135-020-01005-6
Article
 


 

Ph.D. supervision (Hyperlink)
Link (extern): http://www.socium.uni-bremen.de/lib/download.php?file=fec2548c79.pdf&filename=vita_engl.pdf http://www.socium.uni-bremen.de/lib/download.php?file=fec2548c79.pdf&filename=vita_engl.pdf


Visiting Scientists
Name Term Institution of origin Country of origin
Prof. Dr. John W. Meyer 9/2019-11/2019 Stanford University



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