PD Dr.

Ivar Krumpal

Institut für Soziologie

Contact

Universität Leipzig, Institut für Soziologie
Beethovenstraße 15, 04107 Leipzig

Raum H3 1.06
Telefon +49 (0)341 / 97-35693
E-Mail krumpal@sozio.uni-leipzig.de

Sprechzeit Dienstag, 10:00-11:00 Uhr

Fields of Research

• Methods of Empirical Social Research
• Survey Methodology and Applied Statistics
• Social Indicators and Social Structure Analysis
• Social Norms, Deviance and Social Desirability
• Political and Economic Sociology
• Xenophobia and Anti-Semitism

Curriculum Vitae

Current Position

Assistant Professor and Lecturer, University of Leipzig, Department of Sociology


Visting Professorship

Apr. 2014-March 2015
Professor ("W3-Vertretungsprofessur") in Quantitative Methods, Universität of Halle-Wittenberg, Department of Sociology.


Education

February 2016
Habilitation (Venia for Sociology), University of Leipzig "Social Norms and the Explanation and Measurement of Deviance", Referees: Prof. Thomas Voss (University of Leipzig), Prof. Roger Berger (University of Leipzig), Prof. Peter Preisendörfer (University of Mainz)

June 2010
Dr. rer. pol. in Sociology, magna cum laude, University of Leipzig “Sensitive Questions and Measurement Error: Using the Randomized Response Technique to Reduce Social Desirability Bias in CATI Surveys”, Referees: Prof. Thomas Voss (University of Leipzig), Prof. Karl-Dieter Opp (University of Washington)

Feb. 2005
M.A. in Public Policy and Management / Diplom-Verwaltungswissenschaftler, with grade 1 (1 is best, 5 worst grade), University of Konstanz, Referees: Prof. Adrian Vatter (University of Bern), Prof. Volker Schneider (University of Konstanz)

June 1997
Abitur (general university entrance degree), Ellenrieder Gymnasium Konstanz


Methodological Training

May 2009
Participation in the 1st PPSM Training Courses within the Priority Programme on Survey Methodology of the German Research Foundation DFG, University of Bremen (duration: 1 day):
• Using Paradata for Modelling Response Propensity
• Reducing Nonresponse

June – July 2007
Participation in 60th Summer Institute in Survey Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA (duration: 8 weeks):
• Questionnaire Design
• Question Testing Methods
• Introduction to Survey Sampling
• Introduction to Survey Non-Response
• Statistical Analysis of Incomplete Data

July – Aug. 2006
Participation in the ICPSR Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA.
• Longitudinal Analysis
• Categorical Analysis


Activity as Reviewer

• American Journal of Political Science

• American Political Science Review

• Applied Cognitive Psychology

• European Sociological Review

• Field Methods

• Government & Opposition

• Journal of Experimental Social Psychology

• Journal of Official Statistics

• Methods, Data, Analyses

• Public Opinion Quarterly

• Social Science Research

• Soziale Welt

• Survey Research Methods

• Swiss Political Science Review

• US National Science Foundation

• Zeitschrift für Soziologie


Organization of Conferences and Conference Sessions

• "Researching Sensitive Topics: Improving Theory and Survey Design", session at the 7th European Survey Research Association (ESRA) conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 17-21 July, 2017 (together with Ben Jann, Mark Trappmann).

• "Social Desirability and Non-Reactive Methods in Survey Research: Improving Theory and Data Collection" at the 6th European Survey Research Association (ESRA) conference, Reykjavik, Iceland, 13-17 July 2015 (together with Roger Berger, Mark Trappmann).

• "Social Desirability Bias in Sensitive Surveys: Theoretical Explanations and Data Collection Methods" at the 5th European Survey Research Association (ESRA) conference, Ljubljana, Slovenia, 15-19 July 2013 (together with Ben Jann, Mark Trappmann).

• "Asking Sensitive Questions: Theory and Data Collection Methods", 1st Conference of the Center for Quantitative Empirical Research, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany, June 7-9, 2012 (together with Roger Berger, Thomas Voss).

• "Sensitive Questions and Social Desirability Bias: Theoretical Perspectives and Data Collection Strategies" at the 4th European Survey Research Association (ESRA) conference, Lausanne, Switzerland, 18-22 July 2011 (together with Ben Jann).


Memberships

• World Association of Public Opinion Research (WAPOR)

• European Survey Research Association (ESRA)

• RC 33 Research Committee on Logic and Methodology of the International Sociological Association (ISA)

• Models and Simulation Section of the German Sociological Association (DGS)

• Section Methods of Empirical Social Research (DGS)

• Zentrum für Quantitative Empirische Sozialforschung QUANTEL (University of Leipzig)

Projects

Research Projects

  • "Messung und Erklärung von Steuerehrlichkeit, soziale Normen und Steuerhinterziehung unter Einsatz spezieller Datenerhebungsmethoden für heikle Fragen" (cooperation partners: Department of Psychology, University of Leipzig)

Publications

Monographs and Dissertations:

Ivar Krumpal (2016): Soziale Normen und die Erklärung und Messung von Devianz. Habilitation Thesis, University of Leipzig. Referees: Prof. Thomas Voss (Leipzig, Germany), Prof. Roger Berger (Leipzig, Germany), Prof. Peter Preisendörfer (Mainz, Germany), Venia for Sociology.

Ivar Krumpal (2010): Sensitive Questions and Measurement Error: Using the Randomized Response Technique to Reduce Social Desirability Bias in CATI Surveys. Doctoral Thesis, University of Leipzig. Referees: Prof. Thomas Voss (Leipzig, Germany), Prof. Karl-Dieter Opp (Seattle, USA), magna cum laude.

Ivar Krumpal (2004): Ökonomische, bundespolitische und sozialstrukturelle Determinanten des Wählerverhaltens bei Landtagswahlen in der BRD. Master Thesis, University of Konstanz. Referees: Prof. Adrian Vatter (Bern, Switzerland), Prof. Volker Schneider (Konstanz, Germany) with grade 1 (1 is best, 5 worst grade).

 

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles:

Martin Korndörfer, Ivar Krumpal, Stefan Schmukle (2014): Measuring and explaining tax evasion: improving self-reports using the crosswise model. Journal of Economic Psychology 45: 18-32. [Article]

Mark Trappmann, Ivar Krumpal, Antje Kirchner, Ben Jann (2014): Item Sum - A New Technique for Asking Quantitative Sensitive Questions. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology 2(1): 58-77. [Article]

Julia Jerke, Ivar Krumpal (2013): Plagiate in studentischen Arbeiten - Eine empirische Untersuchung unter Anwendung des Triangular Modells. Methoden, Daten, Analysen: Zeitschrift für empirische Sozialforschung 7(3): 347-368. [Article]

Antje Kirchner, Ivar Krumpal, Mark Trappmann, Hagen von Hermanni (2013): Messung und Erklärung von Schwarzarbeit in Deutschland - Eine empirische Befragungsstudie unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Problems der sozialen Erwünschtheit. Zeitschrift für Soziologie 42(4): 291-314. [Article]

Ivar Krumpal (2013): Determinants of Social Desirability Bias in Sensitive Surveys: A Literature Review. Quality & Quantity 47(4): 2025–2047. [Article]

Ivar Krumpal (2012): Estimating the Prevalence of Xenophobia and Anti-Semitism in Germany: A Comparison of Randomized Response and Direct Questioning. Social Science Research 41(6): 1387–1403. [Article]

Ben Jann, Julia Jerke, Ivar Krumpal (2012): Asking Sensitive Questions Using the Crosswise Model: An Experimental Survey Measuring Plagiarism. Public Opinion Quarterly 76(1): 32-49. [Article]

Anatol-Fiete Näher, Ivar Krumpal (2012): Asking Sensitive Questions: The Impact of Forgiving Wording and Question Context on Social Desirability Bias. Quality & Quantity 46(5): 1601-1616. [Article]

Ivar Krumpal, Anatol-Fiete Näher (2012): Entstehungsbedingungen sozial erwünschten Antwortverhaltens: Eine experimentelle Studie zum Einfluss des Wordings und des Kontexts bei unangenehmen Fragen. Soziale Welt 63(1): 65-89. [Article]

Elisabeth Coutts, Ben Jann, Ivar Krumpal, Anatol-Fiete Näher (2011): Plagiarism in Student Papers: Prevalence Estimates Using Special Techniques for Sensitive Questions. Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik 231(5+6): 749-760. [Article]

Ivar Krumpal, Heiko Rauhut, Dorothea Böhr, Elias Naumann (2011): The Framing of Risks and the Communication of Subjective Probabilities for Victimizations. Quality & Quantity 45(6): 1331-1348. [Article]

Heiko Beyer, Ivar Krumpal (2010): "Aber es gibt keine Antisemiten mehr": Eine experimentelle Studie zur Kommunikationslatenz antisemitischer Einstellungen. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 62(4): 681-705 [Article]

Mandy Beuer-Krüssel, Ivar Krumpal (2009): Der Einfluss von Häufigkeitsformaten auf die Messung von subjektiven Wahrscheinlichkeiten. Methoden, Daten, Analysen: Zeitschrift für empirische Sozialforschung 3(1): 31-58. [Article]

Heiko Rauhut, Ivar Krumpal (2008): Die Durchsetzung sozialer Normen in Low-Cost und High-Cost Situationen. Zeitschrift für Soziologie 37(5): 380-402. [Article]

Ivar Krumpal, Heiko Rauhut, Dorothea Böhr, Elias Naumann (2008): Wie wahrscheinlich ist 'wahrscheinlich'? Zur subjektiven Einschätzung und Kommunikation von Viktimisierungswahrscheinlichkeiten. Methoden, Daten, Analysen: Zeitschrift für empirische Sozialforschung 2(1): 3-27. [Article]

Heiko Rauhut, Ivar Krumpal (2008): Rechtfertigungen und sexuelle Gewalt. Eine experimentelle Studie. Soziale Probleme 19(2): 219-237. [Article]

Ivar Krumpal, Heiko Rauhut (2008): Zum Ausmaß der bundespolitischen Parteipolitikverflechtung bei Landtagswahlen in Deutschland 1996 bis 2000. Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen 39(2): 249-269. [Article]

Ivar Krumpal, Adrian Vatter (2008): Ökonomisches Wählen: Zum Einfluss von Wahrnehmungen der allgemeinen Wirtschaftslage auf das Abschneiden der Bundesregierungsparteien bei Landtagswahlen. Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen 39(1): 89-107.

 

Journal Articles without Peer-Review:

Ivar Krumpal, Julia Jerke, Thomas Voss (2016): Copy & Paste: Gedanken und empirische Befunde zu Plagiaten an Universitäten. Soziologie 45(2): 148-160. [Article]

 

Contributions in Edited Books:

Ivar Krumpal (2017): Social Desirability. In: B. Frey (Ed.): The SAGE Encyclopedia of Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation. Thousand Oaks: SAGE. (in press)

Ivar Krumpal, Ben Jann, Katrin Auspurg, Hagen von Hermanni (2015): Asking Sensitive Questions: A Critical Account of the Randomized Response Technique and Related Methods. In: U. Engel, B. Jann, P. Lynn, A. Scherpenzeel, P. Sturgis (Eds.). Improving Survey Methods: Lessons from Recent Research. New York: Routledge/Taylor & Francis, pp. 122-136.

Ivar Krumpal (2014): Social desirability bias and context in sensitive surveys. In: A. C. Michalos (Ed.): Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research. Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer, pp. 6037-6043.

Heiko Beyer, Ivar Krumpal (2013): The Communication Latency of Antisemitic Attitudes: An Experimental Study. In: C. A. Small (Ed.): Global Antisemitism: A Crisis of Modernity. Leiden: Brill / Nijhoff, pp. 83-96.

Heiko Rauhut, Ivar Krumpal, Mandy Beuer (2009): Rechtfertigungen und Bagatelldelikte: Ein experimenteller Test. In: Peter Kriwy und Christiane Gross (Hrsg.): Klein aber fein! Quantitative empirische Sozialforschung mit kleinen Fallzahlen. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, pp. 373-396.

 

Proceedings:

Ivar Krumpal, Julia Jerke, Thomas Voss (2015): Plagiate an Universitäten: Einige Überlegungen und neue empirische Befunde. In: Stephan Lessenich (Hrsg.): "Routinen der Krise - Krise der Routinen." Verhandlungen des 37. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Trier 2014.

Ivar Krumpal (2009): Estimating the prevalence of unsocial opinions via the Randomized Response Technique. In: Salvatore Ingrassia and Roberto Rocci (Eds.): Classification and Data Analysis 2009 - 7th Meeting of the Classification and Data Analysis Group of the Italian Statistical Society. Padova: CLEUP, pp. 315-318.

Ivar Krumpal (2008): Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Randomized Response Technique and the Item Count Method in the Telephone Survey Mode. In: Simona Balbi, Germana Scepi, Giorgio Russolillo, Agnieszka Stawinoga (Eds.): Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Social Science Methodology, RC33 - Logic and Methodology in Sociology (ISA). CD-ROM. Napoli: Jovene Editore.

Ivar Krumpal, Heiko Rauhut, Dorothea Böhr, Elias Naumann (2008): How likely is "likely"? Subjective Perception and Communication of Victimization Probabilities. In: Simona Balbi, Germana Scepi, Giorgio Russolillo, Agnieszka Stawinoga (Eds.): Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Social Science Methodology, RC33 - Logic and Methodology in Sociology (ISA). CD-ROM. Napoli: Jovene Editore.

 

Book Reviews:

Ivar Krumpal (2016): Book Review on Marc Keuschnigg, Tobias Wolbring (Ed.): Experimente in den Sozialwissenschaften. Soziale Welt, Sonderband 22. Baden-Baden: Nomos 2015. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 68(1): 172-175. [Article]

 

Publications Under Peer-Review or in Preparation:

Ivar Krumpal: Soziale Normen und Devianz – Theoretische Erklärungen, Messansätze und empirische Befunde (under Peer-Review).

Ivar Krumpal, Ben Jann, Martin Korndörfer, Stefan Schmukle: Item Sum Double-List Technique: An Enhanced Design for Asking Quantitative Sensitive Questions (under Peer-Review).

Ben Jann, Ivar Krumpal, Felix Wolter (Eds.): Social Desirability Bias in Surveys: Collecting and Analyzing Sensitive Data. Special Issue of Methods, Data, Analyses (MDA), GESIS (Publication Date: January 2019).

Ivar Krumpal, Thomas Voss: Explaining Respondents' Behavior in RRT Surveys: A Game Theoretic Approach. Working Paper, Universität Leipzig.

Stephan Poppe, Ivar Krumpal: Unified Bayesian Framework for Asking Sensitive Questions via the Randomized Response Technique. Working Paper, Universität Leipzig.

 

Posters:

Martin Korndörfer, Ivar Krumpal, Stefan Schmukle (2013): What makes us exploit the community? The influence of individual characteristics on committing tax evasion and insurance fraud. Presentations: Joint Statistical Meeting, Montréal, Québec, Canada, 3-8 August, 2013 & Workshop "Rational Choice Sociology: Theory and Empirical Applications", Venice International University, San Servolo, Italy, 18-21 November 2013.

Stephan Poppe, Ivar Krumpal (2010): A Bayesian Framework for Asking Sensitive Questions via RRT. Presentations: EAM-SMABS 2010, Potsdam, Germany, 21-23 July, 2010 & Workshop "Rational Choice Sociology: Theory and Empirical Applications", Venice International University, San Servolo, Italy, 29 November - 3 December, 2010.

 

Talks:

An Enhanced Item Sum Design for Measuring Quantitative Sensitive Behaviors, 7th Conference of the European Survey Research Association, ESRA 2017, Lisbon, Portugal, July 17-21, 2017 (together with Ben Jann, Martin Korndörfer, Stefan Schmukle).

Let’s talk about Sex: An empirical study in the Netherlands, Colloquium in Social Theory, University of Leipzig, Germany, July 5, 2017.

Normen und soziale Erwünschtheit: Der Fall von Plagiaten an Universitäten, Berufungsverfahren W2-Professur „Soziologie mit Schwerpunkt Empirische Sozialforschung“, TU Chemnitz, Germany, June 8, 2017.

Social Norms and the Explanation and Measurement of Deviance, Joint Meeting of the ASI and the DGS Methods Section, GESIS, Köln, Germany, November 6-7, 2015.

Plagiate in studentischen Arbeiten: Individuelle Entscheidungen und soziale Konsequenzen in der gegenwärtigen Krise an Universitäten, 4th Conference of the Center for Quantitative Empirical Research (Quantel) "Scientific Progress in the Social and Human Sciences?", University of Leipzig, Germany, June 11-12, 2015.

Measuring and Explaining Tax Evasion: Improving Self-Reports Using the Crosswise Model (together with Martin Korndörfer, Stefan Schmukle), Colloquium in Psychology, Institute of Psychology, University of Duesseldorf, Germany, January 7, 2015.

Plagiate in studentischen Arbeiten: Individuelle Entscheidungen und soziale Konsequenzen in der gegenwärtigen Krise an Universitäten, 37. Congress of the German Sociological Association (DGS), University of Trier, Germany, October 6-10, 2014.

Social Desirability Bias in Surveys, Lecture Series of the Center for Quantitative Empirical Research, University of Leipzig, Germany, June 18, 2014.

Measuring and Explaining Tax Evasion: Improving Self-Reports Using the Crosswise Model (together with Martin Korndörfer, Stefan Schmukle), Spring Meeting of the Models and Simulation Section of the German Sociological Association (DGS), University of Erfurt, Erfurt, Germany, March 20-21, 2014.

Measuring and Explaining Tax Evasion: Improving Self-Reports Using the Crosswise Model (together with Martin Korndörfer, Stefan Schmukle), CEBID Conference "Taxation, Social Norms and Compliance", Faber-Castell Castle, Nuremberg, Germany, March 6-8, 2014.

Asking Sensitive Questions: Possibilities and Limits of Randomized Response and Other Techniques in Different Survey Modes (together with Marc Höglinger, Ben Jann, Felix Wolter), 3rd International Conference on “Survey Methods in Future Research” of the Priority Programme on Survey Methodology (PPSM) of the German Research Foundation (DFG), University of Bremen, Germany, September, 12-13, 2013.

"Opportunity Makes the Tax Thief" - A Study Using the Crosswise Model to Determine Predictors of Tax Evasion (together with Martin Korndörfer, Stefan Schmukle), 5th Conference of the European Survey Research Association, ESRA 2013, Ljubljana, Slovenia, July 15-19, 2013.

Social Desirability Bias in Surveys, Lecture Series of the Center for Quantitative Empirical Research, University of Leipzig, Germany, June 14, 2013.

Social Desirability Bias in Survey Practice, Series of Lectures „Empirische Forschungsmethoden I“, Chair for Methods of Empirical Social Research, University of Kassel, Germany, June 10, 2013.

Asking Sensitive Questions in Labor Market Surveys: A Comparison of Survey and Register Data (together with Antje Kirchner, Mark Trappmann, Hagen von Hermanni), Rational Choice Sociology: Theory and Empirical Applications, Venice International University, San Servolo, Italy, November 28, 2012.

Item Sum - A New Technique for Asking Quantitative Sensitive Questions (together with Mark Trappmann, Antje Kirchner, Ben Jann), World Association of Public Opinion Research, WAPOR 65th Annual Conference, Hong Kong, China, June 14-16, 2012.

Determinants of Social Desirability Bias in Sensitive Surveys: A Literature Review, Center for Quantitative Empirical Research, University of Leipzig, 1st Mini-Conference "Asking Sensitive Questions: Theory and Data Collection Methods", Leipzig, Germany, June 7-9, 2012.

Asking Sensitive Questions in Labor Market Surveys: A Comparison of Survey and Register Data (together with Antje Kirchner, Mark Trappmann, Hagen von Hermanni), Center for Quantitative Empirical Research, University of Leipzig, 1st Mini-Conference "Asking Sensitive Questions: Theory and Data Collection Methods", Leipzig, Germany, June 7-9, 2012.

Randomized Response Techniken in Multi-Methoden Surveys: Eine Bayesianische Perspektive (together with Stephan Poppe, Philipp Benner), Center for Quantitative Empirical Research, University of Leipzig, 1st Mini-Conference "Asking Sensitive Questions: Theory and Data Collection Methods", Leipzig, Germany, June 7-9, 2012.

Randomized-Response-Technik: Hope or Hype? Eine Meta-Analyse unter Berücksichtigung von Publication-Bias (together with Katrin Auspurg, Ben Jann, Hagen von Hermanni), Center for Quantitative Empirical Research, University of Leipzig, 1st Mini-Conference "Asking Sensitive Questions: Theory and Data Collection Methods", Leipzig, Germany, June 7-9, 2012.

A Spark in the Dark: Dejeopardizing Techniques to Measure Illicit Work (together with Antje Kirchner, Mark Trappmann, Hagen von Hermanni), Colloquium in Empiricism, Institute of Sociology, University of Bern, Switzerland, March 27, 2012.

A Spark in the Dark: Dejeopardizing Techniques to Measure Illicit Work (together with Antje Kirchner, Mark Trappmann, Hagen von Hermanni), GESIS Colloquium, GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences, Mannheim, Germany, March 20, 2012.

Comment on the Paper: Wibral, M. / Dohmen, A. / Klingmüller, D. / Weber, B. / Falk, A. "Testosterone administration reduces lying in men", 1st FAU Workshop on Tax Compliance, Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany, March 12-13, 2012.

A Spark in the Dark: Dejeopardizing Techniques to Measure Illicit Work (together with Antje Kirchner, Mark Trappmann, Hagen von Hermanni), 1st FAU Workshop on Tax Compliance, Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany, March 12-13, 2012.

Social Desirability Bias in Survey Measures of Illicit Work (together with Mark Trappmann, Antje Kirchner, Ben Jann), Rational Choice Sociology: Theory and Empirical Applications, Venice International University, San Servolo, Italy, November 28, 2011.

Social Desirability Bias in Survey Measures of Illicit Work (together with Mark Trappmann, Antje Kirchner, Ben Jann), 2nd International Conference on “Advancing Survey Methods” of the Priority Programme on Survey Methodology (PPSM) of the German Research Foundation (DFG), University of Bremen, Germany, November, 17-18, 2011.

Eliciting Illicit Work: Item Count and Randomized Response Technique put to the test (together with Antje Kirchner, Mark Trappmann, Hagen von Hermanni), Joint Statistical Meetings, JSM 2011, Miami Beach, Florida, USA, July 30 - August 4, 2011.

The Impact of Question Context on the Measurement of Anti-Semitic Attitudes: An Experimental Survey (together with Heiko Beyer), 4th Conference of the European Survey Research Association, ESRA 2011, Lausanne, Switzerland, July 18-22, 2011.

Eliciting Illicit Work: Item Count and Randomized Response Technique put to the test (together with Antje Kirchner, Mark Trappmann, Hagen von Hermanni), 4th Conference of the European Survey Research Association, ESRA 2011, Lausanne, Switzerland, July 18-22, 2011.

'In the Shadow': Zur Messung von Schwarzarbeit in Arbeitsmarktsurveys (together with Antje Kirchner, Mark Trappmann, Hagen von Hermanni), Colloquium in Social Theory, University of Leipzig, Germany, January 26, 2011.

A Unified Bayesian Framework for Asking Sensitive Questions via the Randomized Response Technique (together with Stephan Poppe), XVII International Sociological Association (ISA) World Congress of Sociology, Gothenburg, Sweden, July 11-17, 2010.

Asking Sensitive Questions Using the Crosswise Model: Some Experimental Results (together with Ben Jann, Julia Jerke), XVII International Sociological Association (ISA) World Congress of Sociology, Gothenburg, Sweden, July 11-17, 2010.

Messung von Schwarzarbeit: Eine experimentelle Studie zur Unmatched Count Technique (together with Hagen von Hermanni), Colloquium in Social Theory, University of Leipzig, Germany, July 7, 2010.

Asking sensitive questions (together with Ben Jann, Felix Wolter). 5th Working Conference of the Priority Programme on Survey Methodology (PPSM) of the German Research Foundation (DFG), University of Bremen, Germany, April 27, 2010.

Social Desirability and the Randomized Response Technique: An Experimental Telephone Survey, Rational Choice Sociology: Theory and Empirical Applications, Venice International University, San Servolo, Italy, December 3, 2009.

Asking Sensitive Questions Using the Crosswise Model: Some Experimental Results (together with Ben Jann, Julia Jerke), International Conference on "Improving Survey Methods" of the Priority Programme on Survey Methodology (PPSM) of the German Research Foundation (DFG), University of Bremen, Germany, November 12-13, 2009.

Estimating the prevalence of unsocial opinions via the Randomized Response Technique, CLADAG 2009, 7th Meeting of the Classification and Data Analysis Group of the Italian Statistical Society, Università di Catania, Italy, September 9-11, 2009.

Asking Sensitive Questions: Possibilities of Analyzing Randomized Response Data / A Bayesian Perspective on Randomized Response Techniques (together with Stephan Poppe), Colloquium in Social Theory, University of Leipzig, Germany, July 8, 2009.

The impact of forgiving wording and question context on social desirability bias in sensitive surveys (together with Anatol-Fiete Näher), 3rd Conference of the European Survey Research Association, ESRA 2009, University of Warsaw, Poland, July 1, 2009.

The Effectiveness of the Randomized Response Technique in the Telephone Survey Mode. 3rd Working Conference of the Priority Programme on Survey Methodology (PPSM) of the German Research Foundation (DFG), University of Bremen, Germany, May 7, 2009.

Asking Sensitive Questions: Explaining Respondents' Behavior (together with Thomas Voss), Rational Choice Sociology: Theory and Empirical Applications, Venice International University, San Servolo, Italy, December 2, 2008.

Asking Sensitive Questions: Results from two Pilot Studies. (together with Ben Jann), 2nd Working Conference of the Priority Programme on Survey Methodology (PPSM) of the German Research Foundation (DFG), University of Kassel, Germany, September 26, 2008.

Evaluation of the effectiveness of the randomized response technique and the item count method in the telephone survey mode. 7th international conference on social science methodology, ISA-RC33, Campus di Monte Sant' Angelo, Naples, Italy, September 1-5, 2008.

How likely is "likely"? Subjective perception and communication of victimization probabilities. 7th international conference on social science methodology, ISA-RC33, Campus di Monte Sant' Angelo, Naples, Italy, September 1-5, 2008.

Asking sensitive questions: possibilities and limits of randomized response and other techniques in different survey modes. 1st Working Conference of the Priority Programme on Survey Methodology (PPSM) of the German Research Foundation (DFG), University of Bremen, Germany, February 18, 2008.

Wie wahrscheinlich ist "wahrscheinlich"? Framing-Effekte und Interpretationen von "Vague Quantifiers" bei der Messung subjektiver Viktimisierungsrisiken in einem experimentellen Survey, Colloquium in Sociology, University of Kiel, Germany, April 25, 2007.

Vergewaltigungsmythen und sexuelle Orientierung. Colloquium in Psychology, University of Bielefeld, Germany, April 11, 2007.

Economic Voting bei Landtagswahlen. Colloquium in Sociology, University of Leipzig, Germany, July 12, 2006.

Courses

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Grundzüge der Soziologie I (Übung)

Theorie und Theoriegeschichte
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