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Julian Anslinger

Social Psychologist, Scientist, Angewandte Sozialpsychologie und Geschlechterforschung, University of Bielefeld, CITEC Center of Excellence Cognitive Interaction Technology

Vita

Since February 2016 I have been working as a research assistant and doctoral student in the work group 'Gender and Emotion in Cognitive Interaction' at the CITEC, where I am researching into sexual objectification. Prior to that I worked as a research assistant in social psychology at the Karl-Franzens-University Graz (Austria). At that time, one of the research topics I focused on was the relationship between sexism and system-justification. After a two-months research visit at the Brown University (USA) I finished my Diploma Studies in psychology at the University of Graz in March 2014.

Since October 2011 I have been a member of the scientific workgroup Queer STS, which is working on queer perspectives in and on Science and Technology Studies.

Publications (selection)

AG Queer STS. (2013). Geschlechterwissen in der Hirnforschung: Ein queerer Blick aus den Science and Technology Studies. Freiburger Zeitschrift für Geschlechterstudien, 19, 67-84. Thaler, A., Anslinger, J., Hofstätter, B., Käfer, J., Kink, S., Scheer, L., & Wicher, M. (2013). Queer STS - Eine queere Perspektive der Technik- und Wissenschaftsforschung. Soziale Technik, 23, 18-20. Anslinger, J., Hofstätter, B., Käfer, J., Kink, S., Scheer, L., Thaler, A. & Wicher, M. (2012). Queer perspectives on psychological studies on the relationship between sex and intelligence. In: Thomas Berger & Günter Getzinger (Hrsg.). Proceedings of the 11th Annual IAS-STS Conference on Critical Issues in Science and Technology Studies, Graz: IFZ Eigenverlag. Anslinger, J. & Athenstaedt, U. (2015). Eine sozialpsychologische Ursachensuche: Vorurteile, Stereotype und Intergruppenprozesse. In K. Scherke (Hrsg.), Spannungsfeld "Gesellschaftliche Vielfalt". Begegnungen zwischen Wissenschaft und Praxis (S. 53-74).

 

Keywords

Sexual Objectification, Sexism, System-Justification, Queer Science and Technology Studies, Judgment and Decision Making, Self-Enhancement

Casegroup

Social Sciences