Historical Social Research

43.1 - Agent-Based Modeling in Social Science, History, and Philosophy

Special Issue – Agent-Based Modeling in Social Science, History, and Philosophy.
  • Dominik Klein, Johannes Marx & Kai Fischbach: Agent-Based Modeling in Social Science, History, and Philosophy. An Introduction. [Abstract]
  • Contributions
  • Rogier De Langhe: An Agent-Based Model of Thomas Kuhn's The Structure of Scientific Revolutions. [Abstract]
  • Manuela Fernández Pinto & Daniel Fernández Pinto: Epistemic Landscapes Reloaded: An Examination of Agent-Based Models in Social Epistemology. [Abstract]
  • Csilla Rudas & János Török: Modeling the Wikipedia to Understand the Dynamics of Long Disputes and Biased Articles. [Abstract]
  • Simon Scheller: When Do Groups Get It Right? – On the Epistemic Performance of Voting and Deliberation. [Abstract]
  • Ulf Christian Ewert & Marco Sunder: Modelling Maritime Trade Systems: Agent-Based Simulation and Medieval History. [Abstract]
  • Daniel M. Mayerhoffer: Raising Children to Be (In-)Tolerant. Influence of Church, Education, and Society on Adolescents’ Stance towards Queer People in Germany. [Abstract]
  • Johannes Schmitt & Simon T. Franzmann: A Polarizing Dynamic by Center Cabinets? The Mechanism of Limited Contestation. [Abstract]
  • Bert Baumgaertner: Models of Opinion Dynamics and Mill-Style Arguments for Opinion Diversity. [Abstract]
  • Dominik Klein & Johannes Marx: Generalized Trust in the Mirror. An Agent-Based Model on the Dynamics of Trust. [Abstract]
  • Bennett Holman, William J. Berger, Daniel J. Singer, Patrick Grim & Aaron Bramson: Diversity and Democracy: Agent-Based Modeling in Political Philosophy. [Abstract]
  • AnneMarie Borg, Daniel Frey, Dunja Šešelja & Christian Straßer: Epistemic Effects of Scientific Interaction: Approaching the Question with an Argumentative Agent-Based Model. [Abstract]
  • Michael Gavin: An Agent-Based Computational Approach to “The Adam Smith Problem.” [Abstract]

HSR Team


Suppl. 30 - Historical Migration Research

Autobiographical notes
  • Klaus J. Bade: Why it happened the way it did: Autobiographical notes. [Abstract]
  • Klaus J. BadeThe dream of ‚Exporting the social question’ through imperial expansion and colonial emigration: the case of Friedrich Fabri [1975/2005]. [Abstract]
  • Klaus J. Bade: The interdisciplinary approach of socio-historical migration research: terms, concepts, methodological and theoretical questions [1979/2005][Abstract]
  • Klaus J. Bade: Analysing transnational and internal migration in the German Northeast before World War I: Outlining a heuristic concept [1979/2005]. [Abstract]
  • Klaus J. Bade: From exporting to importing social problems: transnational migration in Germany since the mid-nineteenth century [1984/1985]. [Abstract]
  • Klaus J. Bade: Historical Migration Research [2002]. [Abstract]
  • Klaus J. Bade: Migration in European History since the Late Middle Ages  [2002]. [Abstract]
  • Klaus J. Bade: Migration traditions and migration systems at the end of early modern Europe [2002]. [Abstract]
  • Klaus J. Bade: Migrations in nineteenth and early twentieth-century Europe: labor migrants and travelling businessmen [2000]. [Abstract]
  • Klaus J. Bade: The encyclopedia of European migration and minorities. From the seventeenth century to the present. Foreword / Introduction [2007/2011]. [Abstract]
  • Klaus J. Bade: Criticism and violence. Sarrazin debate, criticism of Islam, and terrorism in the immigration society [2013/2014]. [Abstract]
  • Klaus J. Bade: Blockade und liberation: identity crisis, surrogate public debates, and new self images in the immigrant society [2013]. [Abstract]
  • Klaus J. Bade: From misswords to missdeeds: Cultural anxiety, populism, and enemy images in the German discussion on migration and asylum [2016]. [Abstract]
  • Klaus J. Bade: Immigration society and ‘refugee crisis’ in Germany [2017]. [Abstract]

42.4 - Changing Power Relations & the Drag Effects of Habitus

Special Issue: Changing Power Relations and the Drag Effects of Habitus:
  • Stefanie Ernst, Christoph Weischer & Behrouz Alikhani: Changing Power Relations and the Drag Effects of Habitus. Theoretical and Empirical Approaches in the Twenty-First Century. An Introduction. [Abstract]
Methodological and Theoretical Approaches
  • Nico Wilterdink: The Dynamics of Inequality and Habitus Formation. Elias, Bourdieu, and the Rise of Nationalist Populism. [Abstract]
  • Nina Baur: Process-Oriented Micro-Macro-Analysis. Methodological Reflections on Elias and Bourdieu. [Abstract]
  • Sandra Matthäus: Towards the Role of Self, Worth, and Feelings in (Re-)Producing Social Dominance. Explicating Pierre Bourdieu's Implicit Theory of Affect. [Abstract]
Work and Globalisation
  • Guido Becke: The Subjectivation of Work and Established-Outsider Figurations. [Abstract]
  • Bernd Sommer: Externalisation, Globalised Value Chains and the Invisible Consequences of Social Actions[Abstract]
Social Conflicts, Immigration, and Democratisation
  • Inken Rommel: “We Are the People.” Refugee-’Crisis,’ and the Drag-Effects of Social Habitus in German Society[Abstract]
  • John Connolly & Paddy Dolan: Habitus, the Writings of Irish Hunger Strikers and Elias’s The Loneliness of the Dying[Abstract]
  • Stephen Vertigans: Death by ‘African’ Democracy. Killing Consequences of Western Power Prognosis[Abstract]
  • Behrouz Alikhani: Post-Democracy or Processes of De-Democratization? United States Case Study[Abstract]
  • Norman Gabriel: Growing Up in Society. A Historical Social Psychology of Childhood. [Abstract]
  • Florence Delmotte, Heidi Mercenier & Virginie Van Ingelgom: Belonging and Indifference to Europe. A Study of Young People in Brussels. [Abstract]

Mixed Issue:
  • Nathalie Bulle: Educating “Modern Mind” in the Light of the Evolution of Western Educational Thought. [Abstract]
  • Günter Mey & Marc Dietrich: From Text to Image – Shaping a Visual Grounded Theory Methodology. [Abstract]
  • Reiner Keller & Angelika Poferl: Soziologische Wissenskulturen zwischen individualisierter Inspiration und prozeduraler Legitimation. Zur Entwicklung qualitativer und interpretativer Sozialforschung in der deutschen und französischen Soziologie seit den 1960er Jahren. [Abstract]

42.3 - Critique & Social Change / Community Transformation

HSR Special Issue
Critique and Social Change: Historical, Cultural, and Institutional Perspectives (ed. Thomas Kern, Thomas Laux & Insa Pruisken)

HSR Forum 
Community Transformation in Asian Societies. Selected Case Studies (ed. Fumyia Onaka)

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