Note: All sessions are Central European Summer Time (CEST).

Day 1, Wednesday, September 29

13:00-13:30 Plenum: Welcome Address

Session Type: Plenum

Welcome Address
Holger Lengfeld 
Academy Sociology & University of Leipzig

Nicole Deitelhoff
Speaker, Research Institute Social Cohesion (RISC) & Goethe University Frankfurt

Claudia Diehl
Co-speaker, Cluster The Politics of Inequality EXC 2035, University of Konstanz

13:30-15:00 Plenum: Keynote Lectures

Session Type: Plenum
Chair: Malte Reichelt
New York University Abu Dhabi

Markus Gangl
Goethe University Frankfurt
'A New Old Macroeconomics of Social Cohesion: Rising Prosperity Still Trumps Rising Inequality, at Least for Many'

Fabian T. Pfeffer
University of Michigan
'Wealth Inequality as Corrosion'

15:00-15:30 Coffee Break

Coffee Break

15:30-17:30 Parallel Session: Covid-19 Pandemic and Social Cohesion

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

Vaccination-related attitudes and behavior across birth cohorts: evidence from Germany
Claudia Diehl1, Christian Hunkler2
1University of Konstanz, 2Humboldt University Berlin

Who should get a COVID-19 vaccine first? Decreasing collective risks and self-interest
Cristóbal Moya1, Carsten Sauer1, Monica M. Gerber2, Cruistóbal Cuadrado3,4, Ismael Puga5
1University of Bielefeld, 2Universidad Diego Portales, Santiago, Chile, 3Universidad de Chile, 4University of York, 5Universidad Central de Chile

The effects of non-pharmaceutical interventions on COVID-19-related mortality: a synthetic control approach across 167 countries
Sebastian Mader1, Tobias Rüttenauer2
1University of Bern, 2University of Oxford

Triage in times of COVID-19: a moral dilemma
Andreas Tutic, Ivar Krumpal, Friederike Haiser
University of Leipzig

Motivating protective behavior against COVID-19: fear vs. hope
Gregor Sand, Johanna Bristle
Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy

15:30-17:30 Parallel Session: Educational Inequalities

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

What is wrong with ability-tracking? A theoretical reconstruction and (corrective) replication of effects of early differentiation on educational success and inequality
Hartmut Esser1, Julian Seuring2
1University of Mannheim, 2University of Bamberg

Does more schooling lead to less or more inequality of educational opportunity?
Michael Grätz
University of Lausanne, University of Stockholm

Effects of the social composition of the neighborhood on the first required school choice in Germany: a small-scale, ego-centered and multiscalar approach
Hinrich Wildfang
University of Hamburg

Ethnic choice effects in Sweden’s open school system: Immigrant optimism trap or structural integration?
Jörg Dollmann1,2, Jan O. Jonsson3,4, Carina Mood3,5, Frida Rudolphi3,6
1Mannheim Centre for European Social Research (MZES), University of Mannheim, 2German Centre for Integration and Migration Research, DeZIM, 3Swedish Institute for Social Research SOFI, Stockholm University, 4Nuffield College, University of Oxford, 5Institute for Futures Studies, Stockholm, 6Umeå University

Teachers’ stereotypes and their consequences for educational inequality: results from a vignette study in Germany
Johannes Thielemann1, Christoph Homuth1, Sebastian E. Wenz2
1Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories, 2Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

15:30-17:30 Parallel Session: Labor Market and Social Integration

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

Subjective well-being scarring through unemployment: New methods, new results?
Andreas Eberl1, Matthias Collischon2
1University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, 2Institute for Employment Research

‘Shelter from the storm’: do households buffer or amplify the adverse effect of unemployment on life satisfaction?
Sebastian Prechsl, Tobias Wolbring
University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

How does being tenured affect the job satisfaction of doctoral graduates?
Lea Goldan1, Christiane Gross1, Steffen Jaksztat2
1University of Würzburg, 2German Centre for Higher Education and Science Research

Institutional determinants of insider-outsider wage gaps across Europe: a challenge for social cohesion
Sven Broschinski
University of Oldenburg

Fairness judgements on minimum wage increases
Matthias Dütsch1, Olaf Struck2, Monika Senghaas3, Gesine Stephan3
1Federal Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, 2University of Bamberg, 3Institute for Employment Research

17:30-18:00 Coffee Break

Coffee Break

18:00-19:30 Plenum: AS Dissertation Prize Ceremony

Session Type: Plenum
Chair: Holger Lengfeld
University of Leipzig

Stefanie Kley
University of Hamburg

AS Dissertation Prize for Katrin Paula
TU München
'Micro-Dynamics of Mobilization: Evidence from the German Democratic Republic'

19:30-20:15 Plenum: Keynote Lecture

Session Type: Plenum
Chair: Jürgen Gerhards
Freie Universität Berlin

Keynote Lecture
Michael Zürn
WZB Berlin Social Science Center & Freie Universität Berlin
'Polarization or multiple cleavages? What constitutes a challenge to Liberal Democracies'

20:15 End of Day 1

End of Day 1

Day 2, Thursday, September 30

9:00-11:00 Parallel Session: Climate Change and Living Conditions

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

Climate change denial and uncertainty among European population
Christiane Lübke
University of Duisburg-Essen

Extreme weather events elevate climate change belief but not pro-environmental behaviour
Tobias Rüttenauer
University of Oxford

From generational conflict to link? The environmental issue in families 1984-2019
Paulo Emilio Isenberg Lima
University of Bielefeld

My house, my garden, my green neighbourhood: the influence of private and public green space on residential satisfaction and life satisfaction of city dwellers
Stefanie Kley, Tetiana Dovbishchuk
University of Hamburg

Social cohesion and sustainability transitions in food systems: A framework for analysis
Peter H. Feindt1, Christiane Barnickel1, Tilman Brück2, Carsten Dreher3, Sarah Hackfort1, Susanne Huyskens-Keil1, Klaus Jacob3, Knut Mai4, Cornelia Rauh5, Martina Schäfer3, Olga Statnaia1, Caroline Stokes1, Dagmara Wechowska3, Jürgen Zentek3
1Humboldt University Berlin, 2Leibniz Institute of Vegetable and Ornamental Crops, 3Freie Universität Berlin, 4Charité Berlin, 5Technische Universität Berlin

9:00-11:00 Parallel Session: Methodology of Cohesion research

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

Measuring trust in surveys: cross-situational trust as a successor to generalized trust?
Camille Landesvatter, Paul C. Bauer
Mannheim Centre for European Social Research

Human cooperation in changing groups: evidence from a large-scale public goods game
Kasper Otten, Ulrich Frey, Vincent Buskens, Wojtek Przepiorka, Naomi Ellemers
University of Utrecht

The immigrant-native test score gap: a quantile regression perspective
Sebastian E. Wenz
Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Concepts and measurement of social cohesion in international perspective
Juan Carlos Castillo1, Ignacio Cáceres2, Kevin Carrasco1
1Universidad de Chile, 2Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Wealth 2-D – a new approach to explore wealth stratification
Jascha Dräger1,2, Klaus Pforr1, Nora Müller1
1Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, 2University of Leipzig

9:00-11:00 Parallel Session: Immigration, Ethnicity, and Discrimination

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

More refugees, more discrimination? A two-wave field experiment on ethnic discrimination in the housing market
Renate Lorenz, Katrin Auspurg, Andreas Schneck
LMU Munich

Trusting and reciprocating trust of citizens versus non-citizens: experimental evidence from the U.S., South Africa and Switzerland
Johanna Gereke1, Didier Ruedin2
1Mannheim Centre for European Social Research, 2University of Neuchatel

What explains interethnic attitudes among immigrants? Testing the group threat approach across 32 immigrant groups in Germany
Nora Huth1, Elmar Schlüter2
1University of Wuppertal, 2University of Gießen

Turning points in the Swedish understanding of immigration, 1945-2019
Miriam Hurtado Bodell1, Mans Magnusson2, Marc Keuschnigg1
1Linköping University, 2Uppsala University

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break

Coffee Break

11:30-13:00 Parallel Session: European Integration, Identity, and Populism

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

Does culture foster integration? How the perception of European culture is related to support for European integration
Jörg Rössel1, Valentina Petrović1, Tally Katz-Gerro2, Sebastian Weingartner1, Pilar López3, Simon Walo1
1University of Zurich, 2University of Haifa, 3Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Deprivation and the Brexit referendum: analysing the interplay between regional and individual deprivation
Charlotte Haußmann1,Volker Ludwig2, Tobias Rüttenauer3
1University of Trier, 2Technical University of Kaiserslautern, 3University of Oxford

European identity and regional inequality
Florian K. Kley
University of Leipzig

Populism and layers of social belonging: Support of populist parties around Europe
Alexander Langenkamp, Simon Bienstman
Goethe University Frankfurt

11:30-13:00 Parallel Session: Gender, Career, and the Family

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

Structural legacies and the motherhood penalty: how past societal contexts shape mothers’ employment preferences and outcomes
Malte Reichelt1,2, Matthias Collischon2,3, Andreas Eberl3
1New York University Abu Dhabi, 2Institute for Employment Research, 3University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

The part-time career penalty for men: do occupational opportunity structures explain disadvantages of reduced working hours?
Agnieszka Althaber
University of Jena, WZB Berlin Social Science Center

Neither backlash nor convergence: dynamics of intracouple childcare division after the first COVID-19 lockdown and subsequent reopening in Germany
Christina Boll1,2,3, Dana Müller4, Simone Schüller1,5,6,7
1German Youth Institute, 2LMU Munich, 3University of Applied Labor Studies Schwerin, 4Institute for Employment Research, 5CESifo, 6Institute of Labor Economics, 7Research Institute for the Evaluation of Public Policies

Female advantage among German sociology professors: a result of survivorship bias?
Mark Lutter1, Martin Schröder2, Isabel M. Habicht1,2
1University of Wuppertal, 2University of Marburg

11:30-13:00 Parallel Session: Media, Bots, and Opinion Formation

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

Media diets of vegetarians. How news consumption, social media use and communicating with one’s social environment are associated with a vegetarian diet
Alicia Dunker, Stefanie Kley, Katharina Kleinen-von Königslow
University of Hamburg

The strength of weak bots
Marijn A. Keijzera1, Michael Mäs1,2
1University of Groningen, 2Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

13:00-14:00 Lunch Break

Lunch Break

14:00-15:00 Poster Session

Session Type: Poster Sesssion (Gather)

Protagonists of the Chilean Spring 2019–2020: Understanding collective characteristics of first-time protesters
Julia Cavieres
Universidad de Chile

Career sacrifice for an LGBTQI* friendly work environment? A choice experiment to analyze job attribute preferences
Lisa de Vries, Zaza Zindel
University of Bielefeld

Influences of partnership trajectories on quality of life: gender differences in the links between partnership histories and life satisfaction
Okka Zimmermann, Marco Deppe
Technical University of Braunschweig

Divided over globalization: measuring the cultural divide in Europe using two classification approaches
Clara Dilger
University of Leipzig

The double-edged sword of job promotions. How they affect job satisfaction, leisure and subjective well-being
Andreas Eberl, Tobias Wolbring
University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

Older siblings and the educational attainment of children with and without migration background
Marion Fischer-Neumann
University of Duisburg-Essen

Do strong and weak regions agree on which regions deserve support? A survey experiment on public attitudes towards reducing regional inequalities
Jan Gniza
University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

Social cohesion during the Covid-19 pandemic and the role of religiosity. Empirical results from a comprehensive online survey in Germany
Carolin Hillenbrand
University of Münster

Family situation of older refugees: can the family living situation mitigate poor integration and buffer negative experiences of older refugees?
Amrei Maddox
Federal Office for Migration and Refugees

Explaining ethnic differences in access to VET in German-speaking Switzerland: the effects of application behavior, resources and discrimination
Richard Nennstiel
University of Bern

Social representation of the individual in the Chilean media and its contribution to social cohesion during a pandemic period: the case of the newspaper Las Últimas Noticias
Patricia Nieto Rivera1, Daniela Doren Santander2
1Universidad de Santiago de Chile, 2University of Melbourne

Some physical, psychic, social and economic effect of pandemic by COVID19 in the Chilean professionals
Mónica Vargas Aguirre
Universidad de Santiago de Chile

Educational mismatches and perceived discrimination
Florian Weber
Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories

15:00-16:30 Special Event ‘Research Institute Social Cohesion’

16:30-17:00 Coffee Break

Coffee Break

17:00-17:45 Plenum: Keynote Lectures

Session Type: Plenum
Chair: Hannah Brückner

New York University Abu Dhabi

Christopher A. Bail
Duke University
'Social media, opinion polarization, and social cohesion'

Sandy Marquart-Pyatt (cancelled!)
Michigan State University
'Environmental Concern, Climate Change, and Social Cohesion in Comparative Context'

18:30-20:30 Virtual Wine Meeting

Special Event
Virtual Wine Meeting

Please order our wine package when you register for the conference

20:30 End of Day 2

End of Day 2

Day 3, Friday, October 1

9:00-11:00 Parallel Session: Social Networks, Neighborhood, and Civil Society

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

The making and breaking of social ties during the pandemic: the role of solidarity
Ariane Bertogg, Sebastian Koos
University of Konstanz

The Link between social and structural integration: Co- and interethnic friendship selection and social influence within adolescent social networks
Georg Lorenz1, Zerrin Salikutluk1, Zsófia Boda2, Malte Jansen1, Miles Hewstone3
1Humboldt University Berlin, 2ETH Zurich, 3University of Oxford

Strong ties, strong homophily? Variation in uni- and multidimensional homophily on socio-demographic characteristics by relationship strength
David Kretschmer, Lars Leszczensky
Mannheim Centre for European Social Research

Social Cohesion at neighbourhood level in Santiago de Chile: influence of subjective perception, built environment and daily use
Andrés Señoret1,2, Cristián Henríquez3,2, Emilio Berríos2, Javier Ruiz Tagle1,2,4, Margarita Greene5,2
1Instituto de Estudios Urbanos y Territoriales, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 2Centro de Desarrollo Urbanos Sustentable, 3Instituto de Geografía, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 4Centro de Estudios de Conflicto y Cohesión Social, 5Escuela de Arquitectura Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Cohesion and civil society in Chile
Roberto Cantillan, Alejandro Plaza, Vicente Espinoza
Centro de Estudios de Conflicto y Cohesión Social, Santiago

9:00-11:00 Parallel Session: Immigration, Identification, and Social Integration

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

Crossing boundaries at the workplace: naturalization decisions and co-worker interaction
Hanno Kruse1, Malte Reichelt2,3, Nils Witte4
1University of Amsterdam, 2New York University Abu Dhabi, 3Institute for Employment Research, 4Federal Institute for Population Research

Do cross-border activities shape identification? The relationship between migrants’ transnational practices and their feeling of belonging
Ilona Pap, Jörg Rössel, Julia Schroedter
University of Zürich

How immigrants’ characteristics affect the support for naturalisation: a factorial survey among respondents with and without German citizenship
Sabine Ebensperger
University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

The role of length of residence and selective residential mobility in social contact formation in ethnically diverse neighborhoods
Stephan Dochow
University of Göttingen

Beyond the ethnic lens: social network analysis and the study of ethnicity in the school context
Clemens Kroneberg
University of Cologne

9:00-11:00 Parallel Session: Open Session: Markets, Risk, and Cycling

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

The moral embeddedness of cryptomarkets: text mining feedbacks on economic exchanges in the darknet
Ana Macanovic, Wojtek Przepiorka
University of Utrecht

The role of training for the effects of technological change – firm-level evidence for Germany
Christoph Müller
Institute for Employment Research

The evolution of educational wage differentials for women and men, from 1996 to 2019
Jessica Ordemann1, Friedhelm Pfeiffer2,3
1German Centre for Higher Education and Science Research, 2Leibniz Centre for European Economic Research, 3University of Mannheim

The intergenerational transmission of risk and trust attitudes: replicating and extending ‘Dohmen et al. 2012’ using genetically-informed twin data
Christoph Spörlein1, Cornelia Kristen2, Pamina Noack1, Regine Schmidt2
1University of Düsseldorf, 2University of Bamberg

Winter in the mind? The seasonality of cycling in the Netherlands and Germany
Ansgar Hudde
University of Cologne

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break

Coffee Break

11:30-13:00 Parallel Session: Cultural Divide, Democracy, and Partisanship

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

Cosmopolitan yogis and communitarian bodybuilders? How a cosmopolitan lifestyle structures the globalisation divide
Rasmus Ollroge1, Tim Sawert2
1Freie Universität Berlin, 2University of Mainz

Explaining the democratic malaise: testing perceived responsiveness as a mechanism for the inequality-trust link
Simon Bienstman, Svenja Hense, Markus Gangl
Goethe University Frankfurt

Why do romantic partners often prefer the same political parties? Evidence from Germany
Ansgar Hudde1, Daniela Grunow2
1University of Cologne, 2Goethe University Frankfurt

Gender attitudes and the cosmopolitan-communitarian divide in Europe
Ines Schäfer, Yassine Khoudja
Goethe University Frankfurt

11:30-13:00 Parallel Session: Covid-19 Pandemic, Protest, and Populism

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

Opposition towards Covid-19 containment measures: competing self-Interests or long-standing political predispositions?
Claudia Diehl, Felix Wolter
University of Konstanz

Is the COVID-19 pandemic amplifying ethnic discrimination against Asians? Evidence from process-produced online-marketplace data
Andreas Schneck
LMU of Munich

Occupational recognition and the development of populist attitudes in the context of the Corona pandemic
Axel Babst, Martin Groß, Volker Lang
University of Tübingen

11:30-13:00 Parallel Session: Social Inequality and Integration

Session Type: Parallel Sessions

Reconfiguration and internalization of social structure: a simulation study of multidimensional social change and cohesion
Daniela Grunow1, Yassine Khoudja1, Richard Traunmüller2
1Goethe University Frankfurt, 2University of Mannheim

How has the composition of university graduates by social origin changed across birth cohorts? Upward mobility, stability, and downward mobility
Pia N. Blossfeld
University of Leipzig

What is fair? How understanding distributive justice helps strengthen societal cohesion
Sandra Gilgen
LMU Munich

Cultural reproduction or cultural mobility? The role of family, school, and gender for cultural attendance in Germany
Gunnar Otte, Dave Balzer, Tim Sawert, Marie Schlosser
University of Mainz

13:00-14:00 Lunch Break

Lunch Break

14:00-15:30 Special Event EXC2035 ‘The Politics of Inequality’

15:30-16:00 Coffee Break

Coffee Break

16:00-17:30 Plenum: Keynote Lectures

Session Type: Plenum
Chair: Martin Schröder

University of Marburg

Delia Baldassarri
New York University
'Diversity and Prosocial Behavior'

Richard G. Wilkinson
University of Nottingham
'Why Inequality Destroys Social Cohesion'

17:30-18:00 Plenum: Closing Remarks

Session Type: Plenum

Closing Remarks

18:00 End of Conference

End of Conference