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Saskia Dankwart-Kammoun – Scientist

Saskia Dankwart-Kammoun – Scientist Photo of Saskia Dankwart-Kammoun

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+49 231 755-90206

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Career & Key Activities

Academic Career:

Fields of Work:

  • Dissertation project with the working title: "Regional Distinctiveness and the Scarcity of Skilled Labor"
  • Urban and regional development
  • Storytelling in connection with digital techniques
  • “Context of Use” as a contribution to participation-based technology development

 

Publications:

  • Freier, Nora; Dankwart-Kammoun, Saskia (2016): Das partizipative Reallabor. Hg. v. BBLOG. BBLOG. Der Beteiligungsblog. Neues aus der Welt der Partizipation. Available online at http://www.bblog.de/das-partizipative-reallabor-2/.
  • Engler, S., Dankwart-Kammoun, S. & Trost, E. (2015): Hunger – Ursachen, Folgen, Abhilfe. Eine interdisziplinäre Kontroverse. In: Anthropos 110.2015.1., 241-244. (Rezension zum Sammelband von Liedtke et al. 2012)
  • Hamburg, Ileana; Dankwart-Kammoun, Saskia (2012): Diversität und Mentoring als Instrumente der Personalentwicklung. In Forschung Aktuell (05/2012).
    Available online at http://www.iat.eu/forschung-aktuell/2012/fa2012-05.pdf.
  • Dankwart, Saskia; David, Alexandra (2011): Die Rolle von Netzwerken bei der Sicherung und Gewinnung von Fachkräften. In Forschung Aktuell (09/2011).
    Available online at http://www.iat.eu/forschung-aktuell/2011/fa2011-09.pdf.
  • Dankwart, Saskia; David, Alexandra (2011): New Argonauts - A Concept for Regions? Dresden (Conference Paper - 4th Summer Conference in Regional Science).
    Available online at http://www.iat.eu/aktuell/veroeff/2011/dankwart01.pdf.
  • Hamburg, Ileana; Dankwart, Saskia; David, Alexandra; Pöltl, Anita (2010): Diversität durch Migration – eine Chance für die Wirtschaft. In Forschung Aktuell (06/2010).
    Available online at http://www.iat.eu/forschung-aktuell/2010/fa2010-06.pdf.
  • Hamburg, Ileana; Dankwart, Saskia; Pöltl, Anita (2010): Diversität - Eine Chance für die Wirtschaft (Conference Paper - Dialogue with the EU: education and diversity in the European constitution).

 

Conference Contributions:

  • Dankwart-Kammoun, Saskia (2017): Constructing Distinctiveness: Corpus-linguistic Approaches in Social Science. Twelfth International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 2017/07/26 to 2017/07/28. Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Research Network. Hiroshima, Japan, 28.07.2017.
  • Dankwart-Kammoun, Saskia (2016): Regional Distinctiveness and the Scarcity of Skilled-Labor. PhD Project Presentation. Institut Arbeit und Technik, Gelsenkirchen, 28/7/2016.
  • Dankwart-Kammoun, Saskia (2015): Regional Distinctiveness and the Scarcity of Skilled-Labor. PhD Project Presentation. Center for English Language Education in Science and Engineering (CELESE), Waseda University. Tokyo, Japan, 12/3/2015.
  • Dankwart-Kammoun, Saskia (2015): Corpus-linguistic Approaches and Regional Profiling Strategies. The Exapmle of Ostwestfalen-Lippe. 8th Summer Conference in Regional Science. Kiel, 7/2/2015.
  • Dankwart, Saskia; David, Alexandra (2011): New Argonauts - A Concept for Regions? 4th Summer Conference in Regional Science zum Thema "Regional Economic and Labor Market Policies: Concepts, Results and Challenges. Dresden, 1/07/2011.
  • Hamburg, Ileana; Dankwart, Saskia; Pöltl, Anita (2010): Diversity - an opportunity for businesses. DIA-EU Dialogue with the EU - International conference on Education and Diversity in the European Constitution. Gelsenkirchen, 11/06/2010.
  • Dankwart, Saskia; Pöltl, Anita (2010): Marginal Utility or Value Added? Migrant Citizen-ship in the EU. DIA-EU Dialogue with the EU - International conference on Active European Citizenship. Athen, 19/02/2010.

 

Teaching:

  • Summer semester 2017, Hochschule Bochum, block seminar: „Governance“ in the module „Governance & Partizipation“
  • "Winter semester 2015/2016, Ruhr-University Bochum, block seminar: „Korpuslinguistische Analysemethoden in der Sozialwissenschaft“"

 

Research Stay:

Research stay supervised by Prof. Laurence Anthony at Center for English Language Education in Science and Engineering (CELESE) at the Faculty of Science and Engineering, Waseda University in Tokio, Japan.

This research stay was supported by the Ruhr University Research School PLUS, funded by Germany’s Excellence Initiative [DFG GSC 98/3].

 

Funding:

 

Memberships:

  • Member at Ruhr-University Bochum Research School
  • Member at SOPRA (Verein zur Förderung sozialwissenschaftlicher Praxis an der Ruhr-Universität Bochum e.V.)


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