|Linda Andersen, associate professor, Dr., Graduate School in Lifelong Learning, Department of Psychology and Educational Studies, Roskilde University, DK.
Mechthild Bereswill, professor, Dr, Institute for Sociology, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main; Criminological Research Institute of Lower Saxony, Hannover, D
Lynn Froggett, reader, Dr., School of Post-Graduate Medicine, University of Central Lancashire, UK .
Katrin Hjort, associate professor, Department of Educational Sociology, Danish University of Education
Wendy Hollway, professor, codirector of the Research Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance, The Open University, UK
Tony Jefferson, professor, Department of Criminology, Keele University, UK
Christine Kurmeyer, Gender Equality Section, Hannover University, D
Aase Lading, assistant professor, Department of Psychology and Educational Studies, Roskilde University, DK
|Thomas Leithäuser, director, professor, Dr., Akademie für Arbeit und Politik, Bremen University, D
Sylke Meyerhuber, Dr. Institute of Psychology and Social Research, Bremen University, D
Christine Morgenroth, professor, Dr., Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology, Hannover University, D
Henning Salling Olesen, director, professor, Graduate School in Life Long Learning, Department of Psychology and Educational Studies, Roskilde University, DK
Morten Smistrup, associate professor, dr., Department of Psychology and Educational Research, Roskilde University, DK
Erhard Tietel, dipl. psych., dr., Academy of Work and Politics, Bremen University; Privatdozent, Institute of Psychology and Social Research, University of Bremen, D
Birgit Volmerg, professor, dr.,Institute of Psychology and Social Research, Bremen University, D
Kirsten Weber, professor, dr., Graduate School in Life Long Learning, Department of Psychology and Educational Studies, Roskilde University, DK
Linda Andersen researches gender and subjectivity, primarily in the context of organizational changes in the social sector. She is a practising psycho-analyst and her research methodology draws on ethno-psychoanalytic and hermeneutic traditions.
Mechthild Bereswill‘’s work is focused on biographical processes influenced by social control, especially in the context of male adolescence. She is interested in the integration of a psychodynamic and conflict-theoretical perspective in biographical approaches.
Lynn Froggett has a background in social work and social policy with a special interest in welfare practice, management and organisations. Her recent focus is on the use of arts-based approaches to health and social care within community settings.
Katrin Hjort is an educational researcher, working with the transformation of the Scandinavian welfare societies. Her special focus is organisational changes, cultural and inter-cultural questions and gender issues.
Wendy Hollway is a social psychologist with a special interest in methodology, in particular in the implications of positing a psycho-social subject for data collection and case analysis.
Tony Jefferson applies a psycho-societal perspective to criminology. He has a special interest in psycho-societal methodology and his current project involves an interview study of racial violence.
Christine Kurmeyer leads the mentoring-program for female junior scientists. Her research is on the changing perspectives of women in science and the effects of advancement measures for gender equality.
Aase Lading is concerned with modernisation processes in the public sector, especially generation change in the professions, with a framework focusing on group analysis and cultural theory.
Thomas Leithauser is a developmental and social psychologist. His research fields relate to the psychology of everyday life: work, politics, culture, identity, and social prejudice. He is interested in the development of qualitative methods
Sylke Meyerhuber is a social psychologist focussing on worklife and organisational change from an interactionistic point of view. Her main interest is the combination of individual and societal influences in social situations.
Christine Morgenroth is a social psychologist and psychotherapist and combines several approaches to qualitative research with psychoanalytic hermeneutics. Her main emphasis is on intersubjectivity in researching interpersonal defence. Her publications are in the field of work identity, mental effects of unemployment and attachment to organisations.
Henning Salling Olesen researches into adult learning, especially related to work, gender, and work identity. His empirical studies relate to labour market, professional continuing education and societal contexts of learning. He is interested in learning as a key to subjective aspects of societal transition.
Morten Smistrup is an educational researcher working in the field of lifelong learning with a focus on the subjective side of adult learning processes in work life settings. Within this field he is having a special interest in the development of occupational identity and its significance in the transition from vocational education and training to having a permanent labour market position.
Erhard Tietel works with teams in different institutions. His current research project is about the subjective experience and the coping strategies of works councils.
Birgit Volmerg’s main subjects are industrial and social psychology and qualitative methods. She also works as a consultant in organisational development.
Kirsten Weber is an educational researcher, working with subjectivity, life history, gender and experience in the tradition of critical theory. Her fields are primarily adult education and work life, including transformations of work, trade union training and life long learning.