Cluster position Investigator
Cluster member since 2019
Main research topics
ction theory, social networks, diversity, migration and integration, crime and deviance, methodology of the social sciences
Clemens Kroneberg is a Professor of Sociology at the Institute of Sociology and Social Psychology at the University of Cologne. He studied Social Science at the University of Mannheim and received his PhD there in 2009. Among others, he is the spokesperson of the Competence Area “Social and Economic Behavior” at the University of Cologne, Faculty Member of the International Max Planck Research School on the Social and Political Constitution of the Economy (IMPRS), and Fellow of the European Academy of Sociology.
Gütekriterien in der Soziologie. Eine analytisch-empirische PerspektiveOtte, G., Sawert, T., Brüderl, J., Kley, S., Kroneberg, C., & Rohlfing, I. (2023). Gütekriterien in der Soziologie: Eine analytisch-empirische Perspektive. Zeitschrift für Soziologie.
“Action” in Research Handbook on Analytical SociologyKroneberg, Clemens and Andreas Tutić, 2021: Action. In: Gianluca Manzo (Ed.): Research Handbook on Analytical Sociology. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 186-203.
Contextualizing Oppositional Cultures: The Variable Significance of Gender and Ethnic Minority Status Across SchoolsKruse, H. & Kroneberg, C. (2022) Contextualizing Oppositional Cultures: The Variable Significance of Gender and Ethnic Minority Status Across Schools. Social Networks.
Analytic Criminology: Mechanisms and Methods in the Explanation of Crime and its CausesWikström, P. O. H., & Kroneberg, C. (2021). Analytic Criminology: Mechanisms and Methods in the Explanation of Crime and its Causes. Annual Review of Criminology.
When Ethnicity and Gender Align: Classroom Composition, Friendship Segregation, and Collective Identities in European SchoolKroneberg, C., Kruse, H., & Wimmer, A. (2021). When Ethnicity and Gender Align: Classroom Composition, Friendship Segregation, and Collective Identities in European Schools. European Sociological Review.