|10.00 am - 12.00 pm|
Teilprojekt INF (2022-25): SFB 1342, Universität Bremen
In a number of event formats, the CRC "Global Dynamics of Social Policy" presents and discusses new findings in social policy research. Usually these events are public.
The internal events of CRC 1342 are aimed to facilitate the exchange between the participating researchers and to promote their work on the research questions of their projects. Occasionally we report on the results of these internal events on the page "News".
Data Quality WorkshopDr. Nils Düpont
The Social Recognition of NeedsProf. Dr. Bernhard Kittel (Department of Economic Sociology, University of Vienna)
|2.00 pm - 4.00 pm|
Dr. Dieter Wolf (SOCIUM Research Center on Inequality and Social Policy, University of Bremen)
Under what conditions are allocative claims recognized by a social group as representing legitimate needs instead of mere subjective desires? As a principle of justice, need is considered salient in solidary communities. People must perceive and experience social bonds with others in order to make these others’ fate a precept of their behaviour towards them. The recognition of need claims depends on the plausibility of the claim to others, which depends on the knowledge and understanding of the conditions under which the claim is made. Three factors potentially affecting the recognition of need by others are explored: First, an increase in the size of the need claim is expected to lower the probability of need recognition. A critical point is the equal distribution: Needs below the equal distribution tend to be superseded by the latter while need above the equal distribution tend to be rejected by others. Second, the transparency of information about a need threshold is hypothesized to raise need satisfaction, but the threshold also serves as an anchor which lowers allocations to people with small needs. Third, according to the minimal group theory, belonging to the same group is expected to raise need satisfaction in comparison to outsiders. These expectations are tested and largely corroborated in laboratory experiments.
The Art of Self-Presenting for female ScientistsDr. Saskia Schottelius
|9 am - 3.30 pm|
|Equality at the CRC|
Holding presentations is one of the skills that are frequently required of scientists in their professional life. Effective (self)presenting in the way of showing your strength
and knowledge confidently and authentically at the right moment is an art - and a professional competence that can be learned. Whether you are at conferences, in
front of an academic committee, making a presentation or promoting a research project: the way you think about yourself and how you come across to others will
deeply influence your success.
In this workshop, the participants will learn about essential speech communication techniques and get the opportunity to practice speeches. Furthermore, it provides
insights into the use of positive language and the practise of successful self-expression. After an overview of classical rhetoric, speech structure and feedback
culture you will be able to practice and improve your presence and personal performance in an academic setting. You will learn to promote yourself and your
scientific work with confidence and joy as well as to develop strategies for making a lasting and positive impact on contact persons, audiences and in an academic audit.
Elements of the workshop will be:
- Positive self-perception and presentation
- Practice of clear and concise communication
- Body language, embodiment and status
- Clearing your mind: Meditation and holistic bodywork
- Rhetoric theory and input on speech structure
- Speech/presenting & coaching
Dr.in phil. Saskia Schottelius M.A., born in 1963, studied German, Communication Research and General and Comparative Linguistics at the University of Bonn (Magister 1988, Promotion 1993). She is also a mental trainer and teacher of martial arts, meditation and philosophy.
She gives speeches and seminars about personality development and career training – especially for women in the academic field. In rhetoric- and resilience-workshops and publications she focusses on her concept of “awareness in language in motion” to integrate self-expression, mindfulness and bodywork.
A G E N D A
Day 1: 15.5.2023
9 am -noon
Introduction. Strong statements & science pitch
Reflecting: Women in Science
Turning the point of view: Positive language & self-perception
Noon -1 pm
1 pm -3.30 pm
Serenity is the key: awareness in motion, body language & status. Non-verbal knowhow
Delivering: Classical Rhetoric for lecture and defence
Meditation, conclusion of day 1
Day 2: 16.5.2023
9 am -noon
Taoist movements, voice & breath.
Performance-set, feed-forward and coaching.
Presentations, defences & discussions, part 1
Noon -1 pm
1 pm -3.30 pm
Presentations, defences & discussions, part 2
Review: From experience to expertise
Conclusion and evaluation
|11.59 am - 7.00 pm|
The OPEN CAMPUS is an interactive public event in the Campus Park of the University of Bremen. With an information and entertainment programme for prospective students, pupils, families with children and the general public. The CRC 1342 will presumably present itself and its research topics in a pavilion and with presentations.