… these and similar questions were the main topics of the poliTE workshop at the CITEC of the University of Bielefeld. Sören Faika and Catharina Vogt discussed with the consotium and presented the research of the RespectResearchGroup.
The conference transcript „Participation as Condition for Life Opportunities” submitted by Iris Beck, Meike Nieß and Katharina Silter deals with the forms of social interaction and its influence on participation opportunities and social belonging. Respect is an essential aspect of social interaction as respectful relationships can provide the feeling of social belonging and support participation. Reference: Iris Beck, Meike Nieß …
Daniel has submitted his doctoral thesis! Title: „Beyond Business: Side effects of paying employees for performance“. The defence will be held in November.
“Did we lost respect for each other?” A discussion with Christina Mölders at Hadley’s Salon. (https://www.hadleys.de/veranstaltungen/)
Since August 2018, Dr. Catharina Vogt is postdoctoral researcher in the EU-funded project IMPRODOVA (www.improdova.eu) at the German Police University that examines the improvement of frontline responses to high impact domestic violence.
Christina Mölders successfully defended her PhD thesis on “Consequences of Disrespectful Communication in Political Debates”.
We are looking for up to four PhD students who want to conduct interdisciplinary research on respect. You can find more information under the following link. Postdocs are also welcome to apply if they are interested. We are looking forward to your applications!
Catharina Decker and Jennifer Ulrich gave the Red Bulletin Innovator Magazine an interview about the importance of respect in companies. The article was published in the German, Austrian and Swiss January issues. You can download or read it here (p. 70 ff.).
At today’s symposium of the Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe in Münster on the topic “What does respect mean here?”, Catharina Vogt explains why respect is important and summarises the most important findings of the conference.
Catharina Vogt and Julia Johannsen will give a lecture on the topic “Successfully leading: Respect and Intercultural Communication” in the Guest House of the University of Hamburg. This will certainly be an interesting evening, come by! Registration at firstname.lastname@example.org
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