Universität Bielefeld

Centre for Prevention and
Intervention in Childhood
and Adolescence

Sandra Schlupp

Sandra Schlupp
Researcher AWO OWL e.V. Project BemVindo
Email: sandra.schlupp@uni-bielefeld.de

In parental leave

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Professional Expierience

since 11/2016 Researcher, Project: BemVindo, AWO OWL e.V., Faculty of Educational Science
05/2015 - 10/2016 Graduate Assistant, (AG 2 - Socialisation - CPI), Project: HLCA, Subproject: TeCoMo, Faculty of Educational Science

Academic Background

10/2014 - 04/2016 M.A. Educational Science, Bielefeld University
10/2010 - 09/2014 B.A. Educational Science and Sociology, Bielefeld University





Patricia Wahl (Graf), Alexandra Fretian and Ullrich Bauer talk about "Tabooing and stgmatization of mental illness" berichten Patricia Wahl (Graf), Alexandra Fretian und Ullrich Bauer im in the Jugendhilfereport 02.19

Evaluation of the IGEL program - results: Effectiveness of a school-based intervention to prevent child sexual abuse (Czerwinski et al.) Download

New article in Archive of Public Health - Journal, by Domanska, O.M., Firnges, C., Bollweg, T.M. et al. Download PDF.

Ullrich Bauers review on "Stimmungen der Soziologie" as short versionand long version

The EUSPR Newsletter gives an Overview of German Prevention Research Networks.

We are pleased to announce the launch of the website of the HLCA-Consortium (Health Literacy in Childhood and Adolescence)!

You can learn more about this joint research project at hlca-consortium.com!

New publications

International Handbook of health literacy
Handbuch Sozialisationsforschung
Präevention von sexueller Gewalt in der Primarstufe
Psychisch belastete Eltern in der sozialpädagogischen Familienhilfe
 Children in times of crisis

CPI Brief

The CPI-Brief briefly informs about selected aspects of our work. Please feel invited to read the latest CPI-Briefs!

06/2019: IMPRES-team in Canada

02/2019: Participation in the conference 40 years DISTINCTION On the relevance of Pierre Bourdieus theory in culture and inequality research, Vienna

You can catch up on previous issues of the CPI-Brief at the archive.