Giovanna Hartmann Schaelli

Giovanna Hartmann Schaelli, MA

Projektmitarbeiterin / Project Assistant

Phone: +41 44 634 45 77

Address: Freiestrasse 36, 8032 Zürich

Room number: FRE-H-04

giovanna.schaelli@ife.uzh.ch

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Research Focus and Interests

Sociology and research of youth, socialization, peer group, peer network and friendship, gender studies, qualitative research methods, social network analysis.

Academic Biography and Scientific Activities

2018–            Member of the research staff of the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF) research project “Peerspezifische Sozialisationsprozesse im Jugendalter” (“Peer-Specific Socialization Processes in Adolescence”) led by Prof. Dr. Peter Rieker affiliated at the chair of Extracurricular Education at the University of Zurich’s Institute of Education
2017            Junior research award of the “Schweizerische Gesellschaft für Soziale Arbeit” (SGSA; “Swiss Social Work Association”) for her Master thesis with the title “‘Der Solotänzer im Damenballett’ – Männliche Erzieher und Geschlechtlichkeit“ (An empirical examination of gender-theoretical questions regarding the negotiation of gender within the context of professional pedagogical acting and the discourse of “more men in social work”)
2016–2017        Research stay at the Department of Education Studies (EDS) at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) as academic associate in the research project “Social Interactions, Dynamics and Friendship Networks of Students in Mainstream Primary Schools” led by Dr. C. Mamas and Prof. A. J. Daly
2015–2017        Academic assistant at the chair of Extracurricular Education at the University of Zurich’s Institute of Education
2009–2014        Student assistant and tutor at the chairs of Extracurricular Education, Social Pedagogy, and General Educational Studies at the University of Zurich’s Institute of Education
2008–2015        BA- and MA-studies in Education (main profile: Social Pedagogy, secondary profile: Special Needs Education) and Communication and Media Research at the University of Zurich

Research Projects at the University of California, San Diego, Department of Education Studies