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Kogan, Irena, Weißmann, Markus, and Jörg Dollmann (2024): Defying Discrimination? Germany's Ethnic Minorities within Education and Training Systems. Pp. 99-120 in Yang, Lawrence H.; Eger, Maureen A. and Janna Teltemann (eds.). Migration Stigma. Understanding Prejudice, Discrimination, and Exclusion. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. -> Link


Weißmann, M., Dollmann, J. & Kogan, I. (2023). Educational and school-to-work pathways of majority and ethnic minority youth in Germany. In H. Darmody & E. Smyth (Eds.), Post-school Pathways of Migrant-Origin Youth in Europe. Routledge. -> Link


Dollmann, J. & Weißmann, M. (2022). „Ethnic Choice Effects“: Welche Rolle spielt die räumliche Verfügbarkeit anspruchsvoller Bildungsalternativen?. In H. Kruse & J. Teltemann (Eds.), Differenz im Raum. Sozialstruktur und Grenzziehung in deutschen Städten (Pp. 141-167). Springer Fachmedien. -> Link


Vlach, E. (2021). Free or bounded? Migration, ethnicity, social background and educational choices in four European countries. In F. Fauri, D. Mantovani & D. Strangio (Eds.), Economic and Social Perspectives on European Migration (Pp. 200-227). Routledge. -> Link


Fallesen, P. & Gähler, M. (2020). Post-Divorce Dual-Household Living Arrangements and Adolescent Wellbeing. In D. Mortelmans (Ed.), Divorce in Europe. European Studies of Population: Vol. 21. (Pp. 337-354). Springer -> Link

Snijders, T. A. B. & Kalter, F. (2020). Religious diversity and social cohesion in German classrooms. A micro-macro study based on empirical simulations. In V. Buskens, R. Corten & C. Snijders (Eds.), Advances in the Sociology of Trust and Cooperation: Theory, experiments, and field studies (Pp. 525-544). De Gruyter. -> Link


Jonsson, J. O. & Mood, C. (2017). Sweden: Child Poverty during Two Recessions. In B. Cantillon, H. Yekaterina & B. Nolan (Eds.), Children of Austerity: Impact of the Great Recession on Child Poverty in Rich Countries (Pp. 242-274). Oxford University Press. -> Link


Dollmann, J. & Jacob, K. (2016). CILS4EU-Datensatz (Children of Immigrants Longitudinal Survey in Four European Countries). In Maehler, D. B. & Brinkmann, H. U. (Eds.), Methoden der Migrationsforschung: Ein interdisziplinärer Forschungsleitfaden (Pp. 365-381). Springer Fachmedien. -> Link

Kalter, F. (2016). Social Network Analysis in the Study of Ethnic Inequalities. In Scott, R. A. & Buchmann, M. C. (Eds.), Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: An Interdisciplinary, Searchable, and Linkable Resource (Pp. 1-15). John Wiley & Sons. -> Link

Rudolphi, F. & Erikson, R (2016). Social selection in formal and informal tracking in Sweden. In H.-P. Blossfeld, S. Buchholz, J. Skopek & M. Triventi (Eds.), Models of Secondary Education and Social Inequality: An International Comparison (Pp. 165-180). Edward Elgar Publishing. -> Link


Hewstone, M., Floe, C., Al Ramiah, A., Schmid, K., Son, E., Wölfer, R. & Lolliot, S. (2015). Diversity and Intergroup Contact in Schools. In R. Koopmans, B. Lancee & M. Schaeffer (Eds.), Social Cohesion and Immigration in Europe and North America: Mechanisms, Conditions, and Causality (Pp. 208-228). Routledge. -> Link

Kalter, F. & Kruse, H. (2015). Ethnic Diversity, Homophily, and Network Cohesion in European Classrooms. In R. Koopmans, B. Lancee & M. Schaeffer (Eds.), Social Cohesion and Immigration in Europe and North America: Mechanisms, Conditions, and Causality (Pp. 187-207). Routledge. -> Link