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Professor of Quantitative Methods of Empirical Social Research

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jost.reinecke@uni-bielefeld.de  
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+49 521 106-67631  
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+49 521 106- 89020 
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Curriculum Vitae

20 Aug. 1957
Born in Düsseldorf

1977-1984
Studied Sociology, History and Social Pedagogy at the University-GH-Duisburg. Degree in Social Sciences.

1985-1986
Research Assistant at the University-GH-Duisburg, Faculty 1 – Social Sciences, Department of Sociology.

1986-1996
Research Assistant and Scientific Assistant at the University of Münster, Faculty of Educational and Social Science, Institute of Sociology/Social Pedagogy.

1990
Doctorate in Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences and Cultural Studies, University of Gießen.

1993-1994
Research Stay at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Psychology Department.

July 1996
Post-doctorate Qualification (Habilitation) at Faculty of Educational and Social Science of the University of Münster.

1996-2000
Senior lecturer at the University of Münster, Faculty of Educational and Social Science, Institute of Sociology.

1999-2001
Substitution of the Chair in Sociology of the Family, School and Socialisation, Faculty of Educational and Social Science, Institute of Sociology, University of Münster.

2001-2005
Professorship at the University of Trier, Faculty IV, Empirical Social Research/Methodology.

since 2005
Professorship at the University of Bielefeld, Faculty of Sociology, Quantitative Methods of Empirical Social Research

Current research topics

- Rational choice theories in the social sciences: theoretical and empirical significance
- Methodology and applications of cross-sectional and longitudinal classification and structural equation modelling
- Health, AIDS prevention and contraception among adolescents and young adults
- Denigration of vulnerable groups and group-related hostility towards others
- Longitudinal development of juvenile delinquency
- Robust and efficient multiple imputation of complex datasets

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