Prof. Dr. Carolin Hagelskamp

FB 3 Allgemeine Verwaltung

Professur für Sozialwissenschaften

Postanschrift
Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin
Alt-Friedrichsfelde 60

10315 Berlin

Besucheradresse
Campus Lichtenberg
Haus 1, Raum 1.3074
Alt-Friedrichsfelde 60
10315 Berlin

Seit 2017 – Professorin an HWR Berlin

2012 – 2016 - Public Agenda, New York City, USA - Stellvertretende Leiterin und Forschungsdirektorin – Politische Meinungsforschung und Partizipation

2011 – 2012 - Yale University, USA – Postdoktorandin – Quantitative Evaluationsforschung, soziale Interventionen im Kontext Schule

2011 – New York University, USA – Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.): Community Psychology – Dissertation: Work-family linkages and adolescent parenting in ethnically diverse, urban families

2010 – Forschungsaufenthalt in Kenia – Mitarbeit im Projekt Health and Literacy Intervention (Harvard University, Kenyan Medical Research Institute-Wellcome Trust) – Quant. Evaluationsforschung, soziale Interventionen im Kontext Schule

2008 – 2011 – Freiberufliche Beraterin - Evaluationsforschung – u. a. tätig für United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations; Goethe Institut Washington D.C.

2004 – 2010 – New York University, USA – Center for Research on Culture, Development and Education - Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin – Entwicklungspsychologische Längsschnittstudien mit Familien aus ethnischen Minderheiten

2001 – London School of Economics and Political Science, UK – Master of Science (M.Sc.): Organizational and Social Psychology

2000 – University of Kent at Canterbury, UK – Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.): Psychology

Forschungsdesign

Fragebogenentwicklung und -auswertung

Leitfadengestützte Interviews und Fokusgruppen

Evaluationsforschung

Meinungsforschung

Empirische Forschungsmethoden (auch in Englisch)

Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten

Statistik für Sozialwissenschaften

Projektbasierte Lehre; Forschendes Lernen

Digital gestützte Lehre (Blended Learning)

Bürgerbeteiligung und politische Partizipation

Arbeit-Familie: Erfahrungen ethnischen Minderheiten und sozial benachteiligter Familien

Diversität und Multikulturalismus an Hochschulen und in der öffentlichen Verwaltung

Hagelskamp, C., Schleifer, D., Rinehart, C., and Silliman, R. (under review). Participatory Budgeting: Could it diminish health disparities in the United States? Journal of Urban Health.

Hagelskamp, C., & Hughes, D. L. (2016). Linkages between mothers’ job stressors and adolescents’ perceptions of the mother–child relationship in the context of weak versus strong support networks. Community, Work & Family,19 (1), 103-124.

Hagelskamp, C. & Hughes, D.L. (2014). Workplace discrimination predicting racial/ethnic socialization in African American, Latino and Chinese Families. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, Vol 20(4), 550-560.

Hagelskamp, C., Brackett, M.A., Rivers, S.E., & Salovey, P. (2013). Improving classroom quality with The RULER Approach to social and emotional learning: Proximal and distal outcomes. American Journal of Community Psychology, 51 (3/4), 530-543.

Rivers, S.E., Hagelskamp, C., & Brackett, M.A. (2013). Understanding and assessing the social-emotional attributes of classrooms. In J. McMillan (Ed.), Sage Handbook of Research on Classroom Assessments. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 347-366.

Wiley, S., Deaux. K., & Hagelskamp, C. (2012). Born in the USA: Immigrant generation moderates the link between meritocracy and collective action. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, Vol 18(2), 171-180.

Hagelskamp, C., Hughes, D., Yoshikawa, H., & Chaudry, A. (2011). Negotiating motherhood and work: A typology of mother-worker role identity associations among low-income, urban women. Community, Work, Family, 14 (3), 335-366.

Hagelskamp, C., Suarez-Orozco, C., & Hughes, D. (2010). Migrating to opportunities: How parental migration motivations shape academic trajectories among newcomer immigrant youth. Journal of Social Issues, 66 (4), 717-739.

Hughes, D., Hagelskamp, C., Way, N., & Foust, M. (2009). The role of mothers’ and adolescents’ perceptions of ethnic-racial socialization in shaping ethnic-racial identity among early adolescent boys and girls. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 38 (5), 605- 626.

Forschungsberichte

Hagelskamp, C., Rinehart, C., Silliman, R., &Schleifer, D., (2016). A process of growth. The Expansion of participatory budgeting in the United States and Canada in 2015-16. New York: Public Agenda. Online: www.publicagenda.org/media/a-process-of-growth

Hagelskamp, C., Schleifer, D., Rinehart, C., & Silliman, R. (2016). Why let the people decide? Elected officials on participatory budgeting. New York: Public Agenda. Online: www.publicagenda.org/media/why-let-the-people-decide

Hagelskamp, C., Rinehart, C., Silliman, R., & Schleifer, D. (2016). Public spending, by the people. Participatory budgeting in the United States and Canada in 2014 – 15. New York: Public Agenda. Online: www.publicagenda.org/pages/public-spending-by-the-people

Hagelskamp, C., Schleifer, D., & DiStasi, C. (2014). Profiting higher education? What student, alumni and employers think about for-profit colleges. New York: Public Agenda. Online: www.publicagenda.org/media/profiting-higher-education-pdf

Hagelskamp, C., Schleifer, D., & DiStasi, C. (2013). Is college worth it for me? What adults without degrees think about going (back) to school. New York: Public Agenda. Online: www.publicagenda.org/media/is-college-worth-it-for-me-pdf

Public Agenda, New York City

New York University

Sussex University, UK

Baruch College, City University of New York