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M.A. Claas Pollmanns

M.A. Claas Pollmanns


  PhD Student
  Wilhelm-Raabe-Straße 43, 09120 Chemnitz, Rroom 4/004
  Phone: +49 (0)371 531 32609
  Consultation hours by arrangement
 

 

 

Academic Career

Since 2017
PhD Student at the Junior Professorship of Social Psychology (TU Chemnitz)
Since 2012
Editor and publisher at Soziologiemagazin, board member since 2016, chairman and publisher since 2017
2015 – 2016
Coordinator at Red Cross Germany
2014 Research assistant at the Institute for Didactics of the German Language and Literature University of Leipzig
2013 Semester abroad at the University of Brno, Czech Republic
2012 – 2013 Research assistant in the DFG research project: "T-Res. Territoriale Resilienz in einer instabilen Wissensökonomie [T-Res. Territorial resilience in an unstable knowledge economy]." at the HTWK Leipzig
2011 – 2015 Master of Arts, Sociology (University of Leipzig)
2010 Internship at Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (Leipzig)
2009 – 2010 Student assistant in the founding network SAXEED at the TU Chemnitz
2007 – 2011 Bachelor of Arts, Sociology (TU Chemnitz)

 

Teaching

  • 2018/19: Radicalization, Extremism and Terrorism 

  • 2018: Introduction to Environmental Psychology

  • 2017/18: Radicalization, Extremism and Terrorism

  • 2017: The Psychology of Diversity
     

Research interests

  • Ideological Attitudes (Authoritarianism & Social Dominance Orientation) and Political Psychology

  • Diversity and Integration in Citys and Neighborhoods

  • The Psychology of Proenvironmental Behavoir

  • Normative Behavior and Conformity
     

Contributions

Poster

Pollmanns, C. & Asbrock, F. (2018). “I rather go with my group”. Social norms might reduce prejudice for people high in authoritarian submission. 51. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, Frankfurt am Main, Deutschland.

Pollmanns, C. & Asbrock, F. (2018). “I rather go with my group”. Social norms might reduce prejudice for people high in authoritarian submission. 41. Annual Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, San Antonio, USA.

Pollmanns, C. (2016). Utopien eines nachwuchswissenschaftlichen Magazins - Erfahrungen aus der nachwuchswissenschaftlichen Selbstorganisation [Utopias of a young science magazine - Experiences from the young scientist self-organization]. Utopisch Dystopisch. Visionen einer 'idealen' Gesellschaft. Hildesheim, Deutschland.

Publication

Pollmanns, C. (2015). Zum Subjekt der Arbeit geformt. Die Universität als Zentralort der Selbst-Vergesellschaftung [Shaped to the subject of the work. The university as the central place of self-socialization]. Soziologiemagazin, 13, 39-54. (Link)

Workshops

Pollmanns, C. & Conzendorf, A. (2018). Identitätsverlust und Gewalt – Optionen Identität zu stiften und Gewalt abzubauen [Loss of identity and violence - options to create identity and reduce violence]. Fachtag Radikalisierungs- und Gewaltprävention, 27. November 2018, Chemnitz, Deutschland.

Pollmanns, C. & Corlett, D. (2018). System Justification – eine sozialpsychologische Perspektive auf den Status Quo [System Justification - a socialpsychological perspective on the status quo]. Sommerakademie_KANTINE MARX, Chemnitz, Deutschland.

Pollmanns, C. & Kaiser, V. (2018). Wie kommt es zu Radikalisierung? Psychologische Erklärungsmodelle und die Rolle sozialer Medien [How does radicalization happen? Psychologcial explanatory models and the role of social media]. Fachtagung IntegrationsPraxis, 17. Januar 2018, Chemnitz, Deutschland.

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