Dr. Georgi Dragolov

Dr. Georgi Dragolov

Fakultät für Humanwissenschaften
Soziologie
Campus Ring 1, 28759 Bremen, Res. IV
Vita

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Sozialer/gesellschaftlicher Zusammenhalt
  • Subjektives Wohlergehen
  • Ungleichheit

 

Wissenschaftlicher Werdegang

Seit Juli 2021: Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Projekt "Values in Crisis - A Crisis of Values" am Lehrstuhl für Allgemeine Soziologie / Makrosoziologie, Fakultät für Humanwissenschaften, Institut II, Fachbereich Soziologie 

2018 bis 2021: Postdoctoral Fellow, Psychology and Methods, Jacobs University Bremen

2012 bis 2018: Research Associate, Psychology and Methods, Jacobs University Bremen

2018 - PhD in Soziologie, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences

 

Studium

2018 - PhD in Sociology, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (Titel: “Revising the Link between Inequalities and Subjective Well-being: How Does Income Inequality Make Us Un-/happy?”)

2010 - MSc in Sociology and social research, Utrecht University

2008 - BA in Integrated Social Sciences, Jacobs University Bremen

Publikationen

In Peer-Reviewed Journals (Auswahl):

Delhey, J., Boehnke, K., Dragolov, G, Ignácz, Z.S., Larsen, M., Lorenz, J., & Koch, M. (2018). Social Cohesion and its Correlates: A Comparison of Western and Asian Societies. Comparative Sociology, 17(3-4), 426–455.

Dragolov, G., Larsen, M. & Koch, M. (2018). Level, Trend, and Profiles of Social Cohesion in Asia. In Bertelsmann Stiftung (Ed.), What Holds Asian Societies Together? Insights from the Social Cohesion Radar (pp. 69-95). Gütersloh: Verlag Bertelsmann Stiftung.

Dragolov, G., Ignácz, Z., Lorenz, J., Delhey, J., Boehnke, K, & Unzicker, K. (2016). Social Cohesion in the Western World. What Holds Societies Together: Insights from the Social Cohesion Radar. Cham (CH): Springer International.

Delhey, J. & Dragolov, G. (2016). Happier together. Social cohesion and subjective well-being in Europe. International Journal of Psychology, 51(3), 163–176.

Delhey, J. & Dragolov, G. (2014). Why Inequality Makes Europeans Less Happy: The Role of Distrust, Status Anxiety, and Perceived Conflict. European Sociological Review, 30(2): 151-165.

Lehre

Doctoral level

Cluster analysis with Stata, Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences, SS 2019 / WS 2019 / SS 2020

Graduate level

Econometrics in Supply Chain Management, Jacobs University Bremen, SS 2019/2020, main instructor

Introduction to Quality of Life Research, National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia), WS 2017, co-instructor

Advanced Quantitative Methods, Jacobs University Bremen, WS 2011, teaching assistant

Undergraduate level

Empirische Sozialforschung – Statistik, Hochschule Bremen, SS 2018/2019/2020, main instructor

Applied Statistics with SPSS, Jacobs University Bremen, SS 2020, main instructor

Statistical Modelling with SPSS, Jacobs University Bremen, WS 2018/2016, co-instructor

Data Analysis and Statistical Inference with SPSS, Jacobs University Bremen, SS 2016, coinstructor

Statistical Methods I: Exploring Relationships and Comparing Groups, Jacobs University Bremen, SS 2015/2014 (co-instructor), SS 2012/2011 (teaching assistant)

Statistical Methods II, Jacobs University Bremen, SS 2012, teaching assistant

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