Sie sind hier: Startseite Forschung, Publikationen … Publikationen, … Abgeschlossene Dissertationen …

Abgeschlossene Dissertationen und GSP Masterarbeiten

Abgeschlossene Dissertationen

2019

  • Women’s Experiences of Shari’a Law in Banda Aceh, Indonesia (Sita Hidayah)
  • Ohne die Stunden zu zählen. Alltag, Arbeit und der Umgang mit Zeit bei Bauern und Handwerkern im Cantal (Martin Büdel)
  • The Anthropology of History Reassessed: The Popular and the Past in Chinese Indonesian Contexts (Evamaria Sandkühler)
  • Hierarchy and Christian Socio-Religious Formation: Adat, Church Making, and Interdenominational Relations among the Kenyah in Central Borneo 1929-2016 (Imam Ardhianto)

2017

2016

  • Indonesians and their Arab World – Experiences of Guided Mobility among Labour Migrants and Mecca Pilgrims (Mirjam Lücking)
     

2015

  • Changing Female Literacy Practices in Algeria:  A case study about the impact of a functional literacy program on the empowerment of women in the Haut Plateau (Anne Robin Laaredj-Campbell)
     

2014

  • Orient und Okzident in Calicut. Muslimische Studenten und Studentinnen in Kerala, Südindien, im Spannungsfeld zwischen lokaler Verwurzelung und globalen Verflechtungen (Barbara Riedel)
  • On Occidentalism: Reframing Modernity in Contemporary Indonesia (Vissia Ita Yulianto)

 

2013

  • Bildungsmigranten aus dem subsaharischen Afrika in Moskau und St. Petersburg: Selbst- und Fremdbilder (Svetlana Boltovskaja)

 

2012

  • Among Friends? On the Dynamics of Maori-Pakeha Relationships in Aotearoa New Zealand (Agnes Brandt)

  • Cohesion and Dissolution: Friendship in the Globalized Punk and Hardcore Scene of Buenos Aires (Ingo Rohrer)

  • Die autochthone Religion der Benuaq von Ost-Kalimantan. Eine ethnolinguistische Untersuchung (Oliver Venz)
     

2011

 

2010

  • Bilder der Sámi. Die Wahrnehmung der Sámi auf Fotografien des Museums Europäischer Kulturen Berlin.1870-1930 (Michaela Weissmann)

 

2009

  • Poverty and Decentralisation in East Kalimantan: The Impact of Regional Autonomy on Dayak Benuaq Wellbeing (Michaela Haug)
  • „¡Caramba, yo también soy útil!“ Zur Lebenswelt behinderter Menschen in Lima und Cajamarca (Peru) (Petra Josefa Wagner)
  • Die Kulturgeschichte der Kaffeehäuser „makahi“ in Kairo, Orte der sozialen und politischen Innovation im Ägypten des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts (Nagib El Deeb)
  • Fremdes im Blick, am Ort des Eigenen. Rezeptionsanalyse im Kontext von Rezeption als interaktivem, kognitiv-emotionalem Prozess am Beispiel von ‚Die weiße Massai’ – eine ethnologische Studie (Elke Regina Maurer)
  • Transkulturelle Akteurinnen. Eine medizinethnologische Studie zu Schwangerschaft, Geburt und Mutterschaft von Migrantinnen in Deutschland. (Magdalena Stülb)
  • Die (Ohn)Macht der internationalen Katastrophenhilfe und der Konflikt in Darfur - Follow up des Code of Conduct aus ethnologischer Sicht - Eine Fallstudie zur Katastrophenhilfe in Krisengebieten (Ulrike Pamuk)

 

2006-2008


2005
 

  • „Altwerden in der zweiten Heimat.“ Ethnologische Alternsforschung und ihre praktische Anwendung bei türkisch-deutschen Gruppen (Angelika Mölbert) Erschienen bei der Universitätsbibliothek Freiburg i. Br. 

 

Master’s Thesis in Social Sciences, Global Studies Programme

2019

  • Developing sustainable forest management in Russia: Reviewing fairytale imagery and perceptions as part of a new complex knowledge approach (Nurgul Nursagatova)
  • 'Don’t just rope, be a hERo': Violence, Gatekeeping, and Identity in Online Incel Forums (Megan Kelly)
  • New Social Movements in Chihuahua - Urban Hacks for Social Change (Gabriela Sisniega)
  • How do Transcultural Experiences Interrelate with Academic Mobility? The Case of Non-European PhD Students in Freiburg, Germany (Javier Alberto Cedeno Barreiro)
  • Cosmopolitanism and the Arts. An Exploratory Inquiry Towards a Disrupted Self and Other in Augustijn ( Martin Reichardt)
  • Perceptions of cooperation in a transnational network: A case study on the “Managing Global Governance Academy”( Merlin Leander Flaig)
  • Language evolves from encounters:
    Historical and cultural meanings of the Spanish language in Mexico ( Santiago Herrán Ynurrigar)
  • Redefining the Role of Women and Girls as Victims of Human Trafficking;
    An Analysis on the Different Narratives of Empowerment among Female Survivors of Human Trafficking and the „Daughters Rising“ NGO in Chiang Mai Thailand (Gabriela Romero)

 

2018

  • The International Response to the Boko Haram Humanitarian Crisis in the Northeast of Nigeria: Aid Workers’ Perceptions (Adewale Ayodeji Adetiba)
  • Students, Interrupted. Academic Isolation in the Rebel-Controlled Donetsk City (Tamar Shvelidze).
  • Indigenous Women and the Institution of Power in Mexico - The Relation of the State, the Healthcare System and Indigenous Women in a Mestizo Society (Luz Emilia Ochoa Ruiz Godoy)
  • Cultural Differences in the United Arab Emirates: A Study on the Egyptian Middle Class in Dubai (Linda de Wit).
  • Social Capital and Gender Disparity Among Syrian Refugees in Germany: Impacts from Society, Culture and Refugee Aid Organizations.  (Alisha Nadine Merkle)

 

2017

  • Commodifying Citizenship: Ethics of Jus Pecuniae in the Implementation of Malta’s Citizenship-by-Investment Program (Noé Carrete Cárdenas)
  • Standards for Sustainability. A Critical Analysis of the Indonesian Certification System and the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (Suzanne van Huijgevoort)
  • Experiences of liminality? A study of volunteers in transcultural spaces within ‘Open Art Shelter’ project, Berlin (Juliia Eremianova)

 

2016

  • The Relationship between Family Structure and Girl Child Street Hawking in Rural Nigeria. (Rabiu Umar Malumfashi)
  • The Challenge of Diversity in Higher Education. Lessons from Universities under Affirmative Action in India and Brazil. (Laura Berardi)
  • Another Economy for Another World. The Solidarity Economy and its Practice in Brazil. (Matteo Tarasco)

 

2015

  • From Bangkok to Brooklyn: The Role of Authenticity in Thai Gastrodiplomacy and Thai Cuisine in New York City. (Barbara Fang)
  • Strategies of Power and Resistance in an After-Care Shelter in Romania. (Lorena Enea)
  • Comparative Analysis of Social Political Movements - Between local practice and global discourse. (Benedict Poetz)
  • African refugees in Israel. (Deborah Schmitz)
  • Ebola — a global crisis? The media’s role in shaping public discourse and the impact on perceptions of the Other. (Antonia Lilie)

 

2014

  • Environmental Justice in South-East Asia (Mathilde Sgotto)
  • Sowing the Seeds of False Modernity: The proliferation of genetically modified seeds in India. (Nicole Vital)
  • The Land Confiscation Problem in Burma (Mabel Yuen)
  • Motivation for creating social enterprise: Case studies from Bangkok, Thailand (Iava Lace)
  • Cacao Farmers and Indigenous Peasants: Land, Farming and Identity in Southern Belize (Arturo Esquivel Carrillo)
  • Telesur, in the attempt of being a regional public media (Tomás Agustín González Ginestet)

 

2013

  • The Social Dilemma of Female Genital Mutilation: in search of institutional tools for preventing FGM with special mention of the Italian case (Bianca Laterza)
  • "We know how to be beautiful": Expressions of Transgender Women in Thailand (Stine Sørli)
  • Global Geeks: A Theoretical Exploration of Fandom’s Potential as Transnational Identity (Andrés Valenzuela)

 

2012

  • Logging being and belonging online: A study of South African and Indina women's personal narratives of gender violence. (Emily Garcia)
  • Dynamics of the Male Sex Work Industry: Sexuality and Stigma in the Sex Industry for Gay Tourists in Bangkok, Thailand (Sergio Garcia de Diego)
  • Waste Machine: The Political Economy of Solid Waste Management in Kathmandu, Nepal. (Keiko Henke)
  • Life and Development of an Educator:  An attempt to self-reflection and analysis for the creation of a new educational approach. (Adelberto Parenti)
  • Globalization and Education. (Angelina Robitschko)
  • Solar Electrification at the BoP: Bridging the Local and the Global. (Jordi Scholten)
  • Intercultural Gardens: Analyzing the Impact of Urban Gardening on Integration and Community Development. (Jacqueline Smith)
  • The Dynamics of Labour Migration in Thailand: The role and responsibility of buyers from Thai manufacturing. (Lisen Wirén)

 

2010

  • Challenges of poverty alleviation in the context of West-African Tourism. (Anita Abel)
  • Sustaining Development by Working with Government and Other Organizations: A Case Study of a Local NGO in Tanzania (Hyun Jung Park)
  • Promoting Less Meat consumption for Environmental Sustainability: The Case of “Donderdag Veggiedag” of Ghent, Belgium (Yuko Tamura)


2009

  • The Politics of Social Inclusion: NGOs and Participatory Development (Ida Ferdinandi)


2008

  • The Transnational Identities of Peruvian Migrants. A comparative and multi-sited approach to the construction of identity and com-munity among Peruvian domestic workers in Santiago de Chile and Milan, Italy (Anna Skornia)
  • Escape Routes of Refugees to Europe. Understanding the Destination Choice of Asylum Seekers from West Africa (Birke Siebenbürger)


2007

  • The Impact of Neoliberal Globalization on Women's Rights: a case study of Argentina. Perceptions of women and experts in the Greater Buenos Aires area (Andrea Müller)
  • Women and HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa. An analysis of national and local responses to the feminization of the HIV epidemic in South Africa and Uganda using online publications (Stephanie Mehrle)


2006

  • Law as an Instrument of Social Change in India. The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act (Judith Büsch)
  • A gendered perspective on women reporting on crisis situations (Karuna Nain)


2005

  • Friendship Formations of Expatriates in Asia. Focus on European Expatriates in Shanghai and New Delhi (Alexandra Schmider)
  • Skilled Migration from Developing Countries: Individuals’ Practices Redefined at the Core of the Notion of Development. The Case of Chinese Skilled Migrants (Anne-Christine Roisin)
  • Young Peoples’ Perceptions of their Country’s Development: The Experience of German, Chinese, and Bulgarian Students (Olga Yoncheva)


2004

  • Questioning Ubuntu Philosophy and the Humanistic Management Approach in the South African Workplace (Christian Burgemeister)
  • Social Networking as the Key Organising Strategy of Self-Employed Women's Organisations: The Case of SEWA and SEWU (María Fernanda Alvarez Padilla)
  • Discursive Constructions of Causes of Child Labour in India, with Reference to the Carpet Industry in Uttar Pradesh (Dakhina Mitra)
  • Intercultural Communication in International Study Programs: A Case Study of the Global Study Programme (Ling Ma)
  • Women in the Informal Economy Home as Place of Work: Proposals for the Protection and Regulation of Home-based Workers - International Lessons for South Africa (Samira Bayat)