MA

Stephanie Jütersonke

Institut für Soziologie

Kontakt

Universität Leipzig, Institut für Soziologie
Beethovenstraße 15, 04107 Leipzig

Raum H4 1.04
Telefon +49 (0)341 / 97-35656
E-Mail stephanie.juetersonke@uni-leipzig.de

Sprechzeit nach Vereinbarung

Arbeitsgebiete

  • Soziologische Theorie
  • Sozialstruktur im gesellschaftlichen Vergleich
  • Indische Mittelschicht

 

 

Persönliches

Studium

10/2014-3/2019 M.A. Soziologie, Universität Leipzig

10/2010-6/2013 B.A. Sozialwissenschaften und Philosophie, Universität Leipzig

7/2015-5/2016 Auslandsstudium an der Jawaharlal Nehru University, Neu-Delhi

Akademische Berufstätigkeit

seit 05/2020 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Lehrstuhl für Soziologie und Methodenlehre, Projekt ODYCCEUS (Opinion Dynamics and Cultural Conflicts in European Spaces), Universität Leipzig

10/2019-4/2020 Wissenschaftliche Hilfkraft am Lehrstuhl für Soziologie und Methodenlehre, Projekt ODYCCEUS (Opinion Dynamics and Cultural Conflicts in European Spaces)

10/2018-1/2019 Tutorin am Lehrstuhl für Theorie und Theoriegeschichte, Universität Leipzig

3/2015-4/2018 Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft am Lehrstuhl für Theorie und Theoriegeschichte, Universität Leipzig

 

 

 

Projekte

OPINION DYNAMICS AND CULTURAL CONFLICT IN EUROPEAN SPACES

Homepage https://www.odycceus.eu/

Mitarbeit Roger Berger, Stephan Poppe, Marcel Sarközi, Stephanie Jütersonke

Förderung European Union, Horizon 2020, FETPROACT-01-2016, Fördersumme Teilprojekt Leipzig 333'000 €

Projektpartner

  • MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE FOR MATHEMATICS IN SCIENCE MPI MIS, LEIPZIG
  • UNIVERSITA CA' FOSCARI, VENEZIA
  • CHALMERS TEKNISKA HOEGSKOLA AB, GÖTEBORG
  • UNIVERSITE PIERRE ET MARIE CURIE - PARIS 6, PARIS
  • UNIVERSITE PARIS DIDEROT - PARIS 7, PARIS
  • VRIJE UNIVERSITEIT, BRUSSEL
  • UNIVERSITEIT VAN AMSTERDAM

Projekt

Social media and the digitization of news and discussion fora are having far-reaching effects on the way individuals and communities communicate, organize, and express themselves. Can the information circulating on these platforms be tapped to better understand and analyze the enormous problems facing our contemporary society? Could this help us to better monitor the growing number of social crises due to cultural differences and diverging world-views? Would this facilitate early detection and perhaps even ways to resolve conflicts before they lead to violence? The Odycceus project answers all these questions affirmatively. It will develop the conceptual foundations, methodologies, and tools to translate this bold vision into reality and demonstrate its power in a large number of cases.

Specifically, the project seeks conceptual breakthroughs in Global Systems Science, including a fine-grained representation of cultural conflicts based on conceptual spaces and sophisticated text analysis, extensions of game theory to handle games with both divergent interests and divergent mindsets, and new models of alignment and polarization dynamics. The project will also develop an open modular platform, called Penelope, that integrates tools for the complete pipeline, from data scraped from social media and digital sources, to visualization of the analyses and models developed by the project. The platform features an infrastructure allowing developers to provide new plug-ins for additional steps in the pipeline, share them with others, and jointly develop the platform as an open source community. Finally, the project will build two innovative participatory tools, the Opinion Observatory and the Opinion Facilitator, which allow citizens to monitor, visualize and influence the dynamics of conflict situations that involve heterogeneous cultural biases and non-transparent entanglements of multilateral interests.

Publikationen

Lehrveranstaltungen