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Anne-Marie Parth

 

 

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Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

Institut für Politische Wissenschaft

Bergheimer Straße 58, Raum 03.022

D - 69115 Heidelberg     

 

Phone: 06221/ 54-3419

             E-Mail: anne-marie.parth@ipw.uni-heidelberg.de                                  

 

         

Office hour: after registration via mail

Vita

Anne-Marie Parth, M.A. studied Political Science, Psychology and Economics at the Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg and the University of Leiden (Netherlands) from 2011 to 2017 and has been a research associate at the IPW since April 2017. In her master's thesis she dealt with psychological determinants of protest motivation and conducted a laboratory experiment in this context. During her studies she was involved in various research projects as a student assistant and did internships at the Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB) and the GIGA Institute for African Studies. Her doctoral thesis on "Strategies and measures to overcome rising inequality" is supervised by Prof. Dr. Jale Tosun. From autumn 2019-2020 she worked together with Prof. Dr. Jale Tosun and Julia Weiß, M.A. on the project "Change through Crises? Solidarity and Desolidarization in Germany and Europe" (SoliKris). In spring 2020 she spent a research stay in Oxford at the Department of Social Policy and Intervention. Since December 2020, she is a project coordinator for an interdisciplinary research project led by Prof. Dr Markus Pohlmann at the Max Weber Institute for Sociology. Her interests include research on social inequality, policy evaluation, methodology, political psychology and experimental methods. 

 

Teaching experiences 

Seminars: 

"Grundlagen der empirischen Forschung und Politikwissenschaft", "Quantitative Methoden" (Evaluation Quantitative Methoden), "Empirische Methoden 1", "Empirische Methoden 2", "Politikevaluation: theoretische und methodische Ansätze" (Evaluation Politikevaluation), "Politische Legitimität als globale Herausforderung", "Wie reden wir im Jahr 2018 miteinander?" (Evaluation ÜK "Reden 2018")

Reviews

Journals: Basic Income Studies, Civil Wars, Policy Sciences, Policy Studies

Academic self-administration 

05/2020-today: Internship coordinator for BA students

04/2018-09/2020: PhD students`s representative at the Faculty`s PhD promotion committee 

10/2019-10/2020: Representative of the PhD students at the Faculty Council

03/2019: Team member of the "Young researchers" for university evaluation within the framework of the Excellence Initiative

10/2018: Expert women in the appointment commission „Junior Professorship for Empirical-Analytical Participation Research“

Publications

Parth, Anne-Marie; Weiß, Julia; Firat, Rojda & Eberhardt, Maniel (2020). "How dare you!" - The influence of Fridays for Future on the political attitudes of young adults. Frontiers in Political Science, DOI: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpos.2020.611139.

Parth, Anne-Marie; Tosun, Jale & Weiß, Julia (2020).Solidarität mit überschuldeten EU-Mitgliedstaaten und Geflüchteten. Ein Vergleich von Einstellungen in West- und Ostdeutschland. Informationsdienst Soziale Indikatoren (ISI) 65 (2020): 15-22.

Parth, Anne-Marie & Nyby, Josefine (2020). Welfare experiments as tools for evidence-based policy making? The political debate on Twitter about the basic income trial in Finland. Policy Studies, DOI: 10.1080/01442872.2020.1772217.

Tosun, Jale; Weiß, Julia & Parth, Anne-Marie (2020). Alltagserfahrungen mit Bürgerämtern und Demokratiezufriedenheit. SoliKris Policy Brief #4. GESIS Leibniz-Institut für Sozialwissenschaften. 

Parth, Anne-Marie (2017). Können wir uns aus unserer eigenen Machtlosigkeit befreien? Ergebnisse eines Experimentes zur Protestmotivation. In 360° Das studentische Journal für Politik und Gesellschaft 2017 (2): 57-70.

Parth, Anne-Marie & Schneider, Susanne (2017). Civilian Control and Military Effectiveness in South Africa and Ghana. In: Croissant, Aurel/ Kühn, David (eds.): Reforming Civil-Miliary Relations in New Democracies. Democratic Control and Military Effectiveness in Comparative Perspectives. Springer: 103-129.

 

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