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Publikationen / 著作

Articles in outlets with scientific quality assurance (peer reviewed)
2019



[first author, with Wolfgang Lauterbach] Shadow Education in Germany: Compensatory or Status Attainment Strategy? Findings from the German LifE Study. International Journal of Research on Extended Education (accepted): forthcoming.
[third author, with Nicolai Netz, Daniel Klasik & Michelle Barker] Socio-demographics and studying abroad: A global overview. In: Anthony C. Ogden, Bernhard Streitwieser & Christof Van Mol (eds.), Education Abroad: Bridging Scholarship and Practice. Routledge, Internationalization in Higher Education (accepted): forthcoming.
[single author] Wer geht während der Schulzeit ins Ausland? Soziale Selektivität in der Akkumulation Transnationalen Humankapitals in Japan. Japan Jahrbuch 42 (accepted): forthcoming. (in German)
[single author] More Individual Choice? Students’ Share in Educational Decision-Making at the Transition to High School in Japan (1995-2009). Asia Pacific Journal of Education 39(3): 271-289.
2018

[second author, with Hirofumi Taki] 大学入試の多様化と学校外教育利用 [Diversification of university entrance examinations and use of out-of-school education in Japan]. In: Fumiaki Ojima & Sohei Aramaki (eds.), 高校生たちのゆくえ -学校パネル調査からみた進路と生活の30年― [High school students’ pathways - 30 years of life course and school life trajectories as seen from a school panel survey]. Tokyo: Sekai Shisō-sha: 142-159. (in Japanese)

2017

[first author, with Lan Yu] 日本“影子教育”决策:学生的选择 还是家长的压力? [Behind shadow education decision-making in Japan: A choice of students or parental pressure?]. Educational Science Research 28(5): 67-76. (in Chinese)
[first author, with Yoko Yamato] 日本の塾教育:塾研究の必要性 [Japan’s Juku: Why Academics Should Care (More)!] With Yoko Yamato. In: 千葉学習塾協同組合 [Chiba Juku Association] (ed.), 設立三十周年記念誌 [30th Anniversary Commemorative Book], Tokyo: 八千代折込広告 [Yachori publishing]: 14-24. (in Japanese&English)
2016

[single author] Zunehmende Bildungsungleichheiten in Japan? Der Einfluss von Unsicherheit auf Bildungsinvestitionen von den 1990ern bis heute [Increasing Educational Inequalities in Japan? The Impact of Insecurities on Educational Investments from the 1990s to today]. Japan Jahrbuch 39: 228-257. (in German)
[single author] Der Bedarf nach mehr: Erklärungen für die Persistenz der Juku-Industrie [The Need for More: Explanations of the Persistence of the Juku-Industry]. Bildung und Erziehung 69(2): 155-174. (in German)
2015

[single author] The Decision for Shadow Education in Japan: Students’ Choice or Parents’ Pressure? Social Science Japan Journal 18 (2): 193-216.

[single author] Taking the risk: The impact of educational reforms on educational decision-making in Germany and Japan. In: Kobayashi, M., Trommsdorff, G., & Hommerich, C. (eds.), Trust and risks in changing societies: Proceedings of the 13th meeting of the German-Japanese Society for Social Sciences.

2014

[single author] Effects of investments in out-of-school education in Germany and Japan. Contemporary Japan 26(1): 71-102.
[single author] German and Japanese education in the shadow - Do out-of-school lessons really contribute to class reproduction? IAFOR Journal of Education 2(2): 17-53.
2013

[single author] Projektblitzlicht: Institutionalisierte Nachhilfe - ein vernachlässigtes Thema in der Bildungsforschung? [Project flashlight: Institutionalized Nachhilfe: A Neglected Topic in Educational Research?] Zeitschrift für Soziologie der Erziehung und Sozialisation 33(3): 321-327. (in German)
[single author] Causes and Effects of Investments in Shadow Education in Japan - A Comparative Point of View. In: Fumiaki Ojima & Sohei Aramaki (eds.), Gendai kōkōsei no shinro to seikatsu [Career and life of high school students today]. Kyoto: Doshisha Publishing: 157-182.
2012 [single author] German and Japanese Education in the Shadow - Do Out-of-School Lessons really contribute to Class Reproduction? ACE Conference Proceedings 4: 236-252.
Other publications
2013


[single author] Review of: Education and Equal Opportunity in Japan. By Akito Okada. New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 2012. Pacific Affairs 86(2): 411-413. Full download
[single author] Review of: Private Tutoring Across the Mediterranean - Power Dynamics and Implications for Learning and Equity. Edited by Mark Bray, André E. Mazawi, Ronald G. Sultana. Rotterdam, Boston, Taipei: Sense Publishers, 2013. International Journal of Educational Development. Full download 
[single author] Juku - A Necessary Evil? Guest Post in: Jukupedia.
2012[single author] "Shadow Education" in Deutschland und Japan - Eine Einführung in das Forschungsfeld [Shadow Education in Germany and Japan - An Introduction to the State of Research]. Potsdam: Universitätsverlag. (in German)
2011

[single author] German Nachhilfe. Guest post in: Jukupedia.
[single author] Juku-Flyer: Learning American English in Chinese Juku-Courses in Summer. Guest post in: Jukupedia.
2009

[single author] Ernst Krieck - Nationalsozialist aus Überzeugung? - Kriecks schriftstellerisches Werken auf dem Prüfstand. [The Pedagogue Ernst Krieck - National Socialist out of Conviction? - Krieck's Works on Trial.] München: GRIN Verlag Gmbh. (in German)

2008





[single author] Chinas „Energie-Imperialismus“ in Afrika - Öl um jeden Preis? [China's "Energy-Imperialism" in Africa - Oil at all Costs?] München: GRIN Verlag Gmbh. (in German)
[single author] Die Zukunft Deutschlands - Die Schaffung wirklicher Chancengleichheit? Befunde aus PISA auf dem Prüfstand. [The Future of Germany - The Creation of equal Opportunities? PISA Results put to Test.] München: GRIN Verlag Gmbh. (in German)
[single author] Rechtsextremistische Jugendliche in der DDR. Reproduzierung faschistischer Denk- und Handlungsmuster in der DDR-Jugend. [Right-Wing estremistic Teenagers in the GDR. The Reproducing of fascist Thoughts and Habits within the GDR-Youth.] München: GRIN Verlag Gmbh. (in German)
[single author] Jugendgewalt als Resultat eines kulturspezifischen Leitbildes von Männlichkeit? Jugendgewalt in Deutschland und Japan im Vergleich. [Juvenile Violence as a Result of a Culture specific overall Concept of Manhood? Juvenile Violence in Germany and Japan in Comparison.] München: GRIN Verlag Gmbh. (in German)
[single author] Kulturspezifische Formen hegemonialer Männlichkeit - Untersuchungen zu den Leitbildern von Männlichkeit als Ursache von Gewalt und Kriminalität in Australien und Japan. [Culture specifical Forms of hegemonic Manhood - Analyses about the overall Concepts of Manhood as a Cause of Violence and Crime in Australia and Japan.] München: GRIN Verlag Gmbh. (in German)
[single author] Kriegserziehung und soziale Lage der Kinder im Ersten Weltkrieg. Kriegspropaganda und Wehrhaftmachung. [War Education and social Condition of Children in World War I. War Propaganda and military Training.] München: GRIN Verlag Gmbh. (in German)
2007


[single author] Die Augusteische Flottenpolitik. Die Herausbildung stehender Flotten zu augusteischer Zeit am Beispiel der classis Germanica. [The Augusteian Fleet Policy. The Development of standing Fleets as shown at the classis Germanica.] München: GRIN Verlag Gmbh. (in German)
[single author] Die amerikanische Außenpolitik als Antwort auf Japans Aggression gegenüber China (1928-1941) - Der Weg in einen unvermeidlichen Krieg zwischen den USA und Japan? [The American Foreign Policy as a Respondence to Japan's Aggression towards China (1928-1941) - The Way towards an inescapable War between the U.S. and Japan?] München: GRIN Verlag Gmbh. (in German)
[single author] Nationalsozialistische Erziehung in der Schule - NS-Ausleseschulen als Nachfolger früherer Landerziehungsheime? [National Socialist School Education - NS-Elite Schools as Successor of former rural approved Schools?] München: GRIN Verlag Gmbh. (in German)
2006[single author] Die Amerikanische Revolution - Eigenverschulden Großbritanniens? [The American Revolution - Great Britain's own Fault?] München: GRIN Verlag Gmbh. (in German)
Presentations, Chairs & Invited Talks / 発表
2020 San Francisco (US): (1) “Effects of the Yutori Policy Shift from ‘Selection’ to ‘Choice’ for Social Disparities in Japan.” (2) “Structural Changes in German Secondary Schooling - Consequences of the Shift from a Tripartite to a Twopartite System: An Increase in Students’ Performance, a Weakening of the Social Gradient, Both, or None of Them?” (with Wolfgang Lauterbach), American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting.
Miami (US): “Explaining Social and Gender Selectivity in Study Abroad Participation and its Outcomes for Social Inequality in the U.S. – Findings from the Education Longitudinal Study (ELS)” (with Soo-yong Byun), The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2020 Annual Conference, Panel: “Supplementary Education in International Comparison”
University of Oxford (GB): “Who Studies Abroad during School? On the Relationship between Socio-demographics and Transnational Human Capital Accumulation in Japan” Invited Talk at Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies.
2019University of Zurich (CH): “Die zwei Seiten des japanischen Bildungssystems im Wandel”, Invited Talk at Asian-Orient Institute.
Princeton University (US): “Gender- and class-specific disparities in private tutoring investments - Or: Status advantages through tutoring only for girls? Evidence from the German LifE Study” ISA RC28 Summer Meeting.
Technical University Dortmund (DE): “Shadow Education and Social Inequality in Japan.” Invited Talk at the Center for Research on Education and School Development (IFS).
San Francisco (US): (1) Chair “The Consequences of Educational Upgrading: Persisting Inequalities?”; (2) “Consequences of Educational Upgrading: The Emergence, Expansion and Universalization of Shadow Education Worldwide”; (3) Presentation: “The schooled population: Intended and unintended consequences of educational upgrading in modern societies on the reproduction of social inequalities” (with Wolfgang Lauterbach); The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2019 Annual Conference.
2018 Free University Berlin (DE): (1) Chair “Consequences of Educational Upgrading: No Reduction of Inequalities?”, Discussants: Mark Bray (University of Hong Kong), Soo-yong Byun (PennState College of Education), Florian Hertel (University of Hamburg), Hiroshi Ishida (University of Tokyo), Takehiko Kariya (Oxford University), Wolfgang Lauterbach (University of Potsdam), Katharina Spieß (DIW Berlin); (2) “Consequences of Educational Upgrading: Project Outline”; Habilitation Project Roundtable.
University of Potsdam (DE): “Geschlechts- und schichtspezifische familiäre Bildungsinvestitionen - Oder: Erhalten Mädchen aus bildungsnahen Elternhäusern eher Nachhilfe? Ergebnisse der LifE-Studie” (with Wolfgang Lauterbach), Social Science Educational Research Colloquium.
University of Konstanz (DE): “Global Consequences of Educational Upgrading for Social Inequality: Worldwide Shadow Education - A Quantitative Analysis across 63 Countries.” Invited Talk at the Forschungskolloquium Empirische Sozialforschung.
Free University Berlin (DE): “What is a PhD all about? Ways to plan your PhD” Annual GEAS Start-off Conference.
University of Tokyo (JP): “Consequences of Educational Upgrading in Modern Societies: No Reduction of Inequalities?” Expert Meeting on Habilitation Project, Institute of Social Science.
University of Tokyo (JP): Workshop: “Measuring Institutional Change: Mixing Quantitative and Qualitative Methods to Understand Educational Change in Japan”, GEAS Summer School 2018, Institute of Social Science.
Free University Berlin (DE): “Nicht-intendierte Konsequenzen der Bildungsexpansion in modernen Gesellschaften: Zunahme sozialer Ungleichheiten durch erhöhte Investitionen in Zusatzbildung in Japan?” 17. Deutschsprachiger Japanologentag.
Toronto (CA): “Which Japanese Study Abroad? Concerning the Accumulation of Transnational Human Capital in Japan and Its Impact on Social Disparities” and “Worldwide Shadow Schooling and its Impact on Social Inequality: A Quantitative Analysis across 63 Countries.” XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology, Metro Toronto Convention Centre.
Free University Berlin (DE): “More Individual Choice? Students’ Share in Educational Decision-Making at the Transition to High School in Japan (1995-2009).” GEAS Open Colloquium.
2017University of Vienna (AT): “Consequences of Educational Upgrading in Modern Societies on the Reproduction of Social Inequalities: Increasing Supplementary Education Investments in Japan?” Society for Social Scientific Research on Japan (VSJF) Annual Conference.
Kobe Art Center (JP): “Japanese Avoid Going Abroad? Concerning the Accumulation of Transnational Human Capital in Japan and its Impact on Social Disparities.” The 8th Asian Conference on the Social Sciences (ACSS) 2017.
University of Heidelberg (DE): (1) Chair: “Conditions and Effects of Private Tutoring” (with Karin Guill), Discussant: Claudia Buchmann; (2) “Shadow Education as an Instrument of Social Closure? Contradicting Findings from the German LifE Study”; Gesellschaft für Empirische Bildungsforschung (GEBF) 5th Annual Conference.
Atlanta, Georgia (US): (1) “The schooled population: Intended and unintended consequences of educational up-grading in modern societies on the reproduction of social inequalities” (with Wolfgang Lauterbach); (2) “Explaining the Persistence of Shadow Education in East Asia: The Case of Japan”; The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2017 Annual Conference.
2016University of Bamberg (DE): “Inevitable Increase in Educational Inequality through Shadow Education?” Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS) Annual Conference.
Beijing Normal University (CN): “Increasing Educational Inequalities in Japan? The Impact of Insecurity on Educational Choices from the 1990s onwards”; XVI World Congress of Comparative Education Societies (WCCES).
Bildungsforum Potsdam (DE): “Social inequality through shadow education? Contrasting findings from the LifE-study”; LifE-Tagung 2016.
Vancouver (CA): (1) Chair: “Factors Underlying the Demand for Private Supplementary Tutoring”; (2) “Educational mobility, aspirations and students competences in different grades of tracking systems - the case of Germany” (with Wolfgang Lauterbach); (3) “Shadow education in Germany: Inevitable increase of social inequality or contribution to equal educational opportunities? Findings from the German LifE Study”; The Comparative and International Education Society (CIES) 2016 Annual Conference.
University of British Columbia (CA): “Explaining the Persistence of Supplementary Education in East Asia: The Case of Japan.” Invited Talk at the Centre for Japanese Research Lunchtime Talks.
2015


University of Potsdam (DE): (1) "Changing the course: Why shadow education remains strong in Japan"; (2) "Taking the risk: The impact of educational reforms on educational decision-making in Germany and Japan"; (3) "Access to Shadow Education: Who Decides to Invest in Shadow Education?"; (4) Effects of Shadow Education. Achieving Educational Goals - Who Benefits from Investments in Shadow Education? Social Science Educational Research Colloquium.
Art Center Kobe (JP): “Japanese Education in an Era of Change: How Japan’s Second Schooling System responds to Change.” Asian Conference of Education.
German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ), Tokyo (JP): “Taking the risk: The impact of educational reforms on educational decision-making in Germany and Japan.” 13th Meeting of the German-Japanese Society for Social Sciences (GJSSS).
German Institute for Economic Research (DIW) Berlin (DE): Chair “School”, Berlin Interdisciplinary Education Research Network (BIEN) Annual Conference.
2014

Osaka International Conference Center (JP): “Japan’s Second Schooling System: Diversity in Supply as a Guarantor for Equality of Opportunities in Education?” Asian Conference on the Social Sciences.

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2013





University of Basel (CE): “The Transition from Middle to High School in Japan: The Impact of Students’ Educational Aspirations on School Choice and Shadow Education Investment.” 2nd International Conference on Transitions in Youth and Young Adulthood (TREE).
Japanese German Center Berlin (JDZB) (DE): “Students’ Influence on Educational Decision-Making at the Transition to High School in Japan.” Society for Social Scientific Research on Japan (VSJF) Annual Conference.
German Institute for Japanese Studies (DIJ), Tokyo (JP): “Shadow Education in Japan: the Juku-Phenomenon.” DIJ Social Science Study Group.
University of Buenos Aires (AR): “The Main Causes for High Investments in Shadow Education in Japan: How Students’ Educational Aspirations Outweigh Their Family Background.” World Congress of Comparative Education Societies (WCCES).
University of Potsdam (DE): “Außerschulische Bildung in Japan - das Juku-Phänomen.”, Social Science Educational Research Colloquium.
Kyushu University (JP): “Causes and Effects of Investments in Shadow Education in Japan - A Comparative Point of View.” Meeting of the Academic Workgroup of the 2011 Hyogo High School Students’ Survey.
Doshisha University (JP): “Education in the Shadow - Japanese Out-of-School Education from a German Point of View. Results from PISA 2009, HHSS 2011 and first JSTS 2013 Insights.” Social Studies PhD-Colloquium.
2012





University of Tokyo (JP): “Shadow Education and Academic Achievement in Japan – Findings from the 2011 Hyogo High School Students Survey.” Meeting of the Academic Workgroup of the 2011 Hyogo High School Students’ Survey.
Doshisha University (JP): “Shadow Education in Germany and Japan - An Instrument to Neutralize Disadvantaged Family Background?” Social Studies PhD-Colloquium.
Osaka (JP): “German and Japanese Education in the Shadow - Do Out-of-School Lessons really contribute to Class Reproduction?” Fourth Asian Conference on Education (ACE 2012).
University of Bielefeld (DE): “Bildung im Schatten - Nachhilfe als Chance auf Bildungsausgleich für sozial Benachteiligte?” 77. Meeting of the Workgroup for Empirical Education (AEPF 2012).
University of Potsdam (DE): “Shadow Education in Germany and Japan - An Instrument to Neutralize Disadvantaged Family Background?” Social Science Educational Research Colloquium.
University of Potsdam (DE): “Shadow Education in Germany and Japan - An Instrument to Neutralize Disadvantaged Family Background?” Poster-Presentation, Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften 2012.
2011University of Potsdam (DE): (1) “Bildung im Neuen Jahrtausend - Eine sozialwissen-schaftlich vergleichende Analyse der Bildungssysteme der führenden Industrienationen USA, Japan und Deutschland“; (2) „Shadow Education in Deutschland und Japan. Eine Vergleichs-untersuchung des Einflusses privatwirtschaftlicher Bildungsinstitutionen auf den Bildungs-erfolg von Schülern unterschiedlicher sozialer Herkunft“; (3) “Shadow Education in Germany and Japan – A Comparative Study about the Influence of Private Tutoring Institutions towards the Educational Achievement of Students with different Socio-Economic Background”, Social Science Educational Research Colloquium.