Overview Publications of Social Science Works

u003cpu003eSince 2016, those affiliated with u003cemu003eSocial Science Worksu003c/emu003e have published a large number of articles and reports. Long and short articles, detached or polemical, very thorough or more associative, but always written in a way that can be understood by a wider audience. Some articles have appeared only in English, or only in German, some in both languages. The German articles can be found on the German pages of this website. The topics cover the themes central to Social Science Works’ work: democracy, deliberation, populism, social cohesion, migration and integration, social criticism, science criticism and Usable Knowledge. To make the articles easier to find, they have been divided into categories. However, to make sure you don’t miss anything, below you will find all articles published since 2016 in chronological order.u003c/pu003e
u003cpu003eSince the categories naturally overlap, some articles can be found in multiple places. The following categories have been created.u003c/pu003e
u003cliu003eu003ca href=u0022https://socialscienceworks.org/democratic-theory/u0022u003eDemocratic Theory:u003c/au003e empirically based theoretical articles on democracy, deliberation, pluralism, radicalization, extremism.u003c/liu003e
u003cliu003eu003ca href=u0022https://socialscienceworks.org/project-reports/u0022u003eProject and Research Reportsu003c/au003e: articles about the projects and research we have carried out. Each project always has a research component as well, and also aims to generate general insights into the theme in question. Articles on all other themes can therefore also be found here.u003c/liu003e
u003cliu003eu003ca href=u0022https://socialscienceworks.org/articles-on-populism/u0022u003eArticles on populismu003c/au003e: the overlap with democratic theory, among others, is obvious. Nevertheless, a separate category has been created because the articles in question explicitly address the populist movements that can be observed over the past decade in almost the entire Western world.u003c/liu003e
u003cliu003eu003ca href=u0022https://socialscienceworks.org/science-criticism/u0022u003eScience Criticismu003c/au003e: articles that critically examine existing practices in academia and science.u003c/liu003e
u003cliu003eu003ca href=u0022https://socialscienceworks.org/social-criticism/u0022u003eSocial Criticismu003c/au003e: explicitly socially critical articles, a category with considerable overlap with populism.u003c/liu003e
u003cliu003eu003ca href=u0022https://socialscienceworks.org/refugees-and-integration/u0022u003eRefugees and integrationu003c/au003e: articles that are often unrelated to the projects we have implemented in this field.u003c/liu003e
u003cliu003eu003ca href=u0022https://socialscienceworks.org/urban-sociology-and-tourism/u0022u003eUrban Sociology and Tourismu003c/au003e: integration, social cohesion and development, as well as socially and ethically responsible tourism are close to our hearts.u003c/liu003e
u003cliu003eFinally, in order not to miss a single article by your favorite author, the articles are also u003ca href=u0022https://socialscienceworks.org/by-author/u0022u003elisted by authoru003c/au003e.u003c/liu003e
u003cpu003eIn addition to these articles, a large number of interviews with refugees have also been published. These can be found u003ca href=u0022https://socialscienceworks.org/interviews-with-refugees/u0022u003ehereu003c/au003e. In the future, we plan to publish similar interviews with German citizens. These will cover the same topics as those central to the interviews with new arrivals.u003c/pu003e
u003cpu003eLast but not least, we are creating podcasts. A series of podcasts with Zak Reimer and Hans Blokland on the central themes in the work of Social Science Works is u003ca href=u0022https://socialscienceworks.org/the-social-science-works-podcast-2/u0022u003ehereu003c/au003e. In addition, a series of Podcasts created by Zak Reimer with representatives of organizations working to integrate refugees is u003ca href=u0022https://socialscienceworks.org/integration-for-everyone-podcast/u0022u003ehereu003c/au003e.u003c/pu003e

u003ch3u003eThe Social Science Works English Blogs in Chronological Orderu003c/h3u003e


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