Alexander Langenkamp (former Greinert)

Contact

Theodor-W-Adorno-Platz 6
Campus Westend - PEG- Gebäude
60323 Frankfurt am Main

Room 3.G 151
Tel. +49 69 798 36686
langenkamp[at]soz.uni-frankfurt[dot]de

Office hours

By arrangement via e-mail. 


Research interests | Short biography | Teaching | Publications


Research interests

  • Political participation
  • Digital media and political attitudes
  • Social networks, social inclusion and loneliness
  • Quantitative methodology

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Short biography

  • Since May 2018: Research associate at the department methods of empirical social research at the faculty of social sciences of the Goethe University Frankfurt am Main and work on the doctoral thesis.
  • 2015 to 2018: Master of Arts at the University of Mannheim.
  • 2015 to 2016: DAAD-funded exchange year at Bloomington University, Indiana.
  • 2012 to 2015: Bachelor of Arts at the University of Mannheim.

 Complete CV for download as pdf here.

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Teaching

Winter term 2022/23

Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf das Phänomen Einsamkeit

Forschungstechnik: Vertiefung angewandter Statistik: Einführung in die multivariate Datenanalyse mit STATA

Quantitative Sozialforschung im digitalen Zeitalter

Summer term 2022
Vertiefung angewandter Statistik: Einführung in die multivariate Datenanalyse mit STATA

Winter term 2021/2022
Vertiefung angewandter Statistik: Einführung in die multivariate Datenanalyse mit STATA

Summer term 2021
Vertiefung angewandter Statistik: Einführung in die multivariate Datenanalyse mit STATA

Winter term 2020/2021
Forschungsethik theoretische Grundlagen und praktische Ansätze

Vergangene Veranstaltungen
The Phenomenon of Loneliness - Soziologische und Psychologische Perspektiven auf Einsamkeit
Quantitative Sozialforschung im digitalen Zeitalter
The Phenomenon of Loneliness - Soziologische und Psychologische Perspektiven auf Einsamkeit
Quantitative Empirical Sociology in the Digital Age: New Opportunities, New Challenge

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Publications

Work-in-progress

The (non-)lonely voter? The relationship between loneliness and electoral participation

Working paper:

Langenkamp, A. The influence of loneliness on perceived social belonging and trust believes–longitudinal evidence from the Netherlands.

Langenkamp, A. Populism and Layers of Social Belonging: Support of Populist Parties in Europe

Articles in peer-reviewed journals



Langenkamp, Cano & Czymara (2022): My Home is my Castle? The Role of Living Arrangements on Experiencing the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence From Germany. Frontiers in Sociology 6: 1 – 14. doi.org/10.3389/fsoc.2021.785201

Langenkamp (2021). Lonely hearts, empty booths? The relationship between perceived loneliness and voting as civic duty. Social Science Quarterly

Langenkamp, A. (2021). Enhancing, suppressing or something in between–loneliness and five forms of political participation across Europe. European Societies, 1-22.

Czymara, Langenkamp & Cano (2020)Cause for Concerns: Gender Inequality in Experiencing the COVID-19 Lockdown in GermanyEuropean Societies.23(sup1), S68-S81.

Ignácz, Zsófia S. and Alexander Langenkamp. 2021. "European Solidarity Patterns during a Pandemic." Culture, Practice & Europeanization. 6(1):135-157. (Open Access: https://www.uni-flensburg.de/soziologie/culture-practice-and-europeanization/)

Czymara, Langenkamp & Cano (2020). Cause for Concerns: Gender Inequality in Experiencing the COVID-19 Lockdown in GermanyEuropean Societies.

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