Prof. Dr. Klaus Boehnke
Professor of Social
Campus Ring 1
P.O.Box 750 561
Phone: +49 421 200-3401
Office: Research IV, Room
Brief description of institution (250 words max)
Jacobs University Bremen is a highly
selective, private institution for the advancement of education and research.
Its academic programs and cultural environment prepare graduates for
international leadership and global citizenship. Multinational students,
faculty and researchers of distinction, with educational partners around the
world, collaborate in learning, creating and disseminating information and
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acculturation of developmental timetables among adolescent immigrants. International Journal of
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immigrants' well-being: The case of ethnic German immigrants in Germany.
International Journal of Group Tensions, 29, 79-100.
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of the second generation's structural assimilation in Germany, in: Scherer,
Stefanie, Reinhard Pollak, Gunnar Otte and Markus Gangl (eds.): From origin
to destination. Trends and mechanisms in social stratification research,
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