Jens Schneider

Ausgewählte publikationen

  • Crul, M., Lelie, F., Keskiner, E., Schneider, J, Biner, Ö. (2019). ‘Lost in Transit. Education for Refugee Children in Sweden, Germany, and Turkey’, in Suárez-Orozco, M. (eds.) Humanitarianism and Mass Migration: Confronting the World Crisis, Oakland: University of California Press.
  • Schneider, J., Crul M., Keskiner, E. and Lelie F. (2017). ‘The multiplier effect: How the accumulation of cultural and social capital explains steep upward social mobility of children of low-educated immigrants’, in: Ethnic and Racial Studies Vol. 40(2).
  • Schneider, J. and Schmidt C. (2016). ‘Introduction: Lessons to be Learned from the International Comparison’, in Schmidt, C. and Schneider, J. (eds.), Diversifying the teaching force in trans­national contexts. Critical perspectives. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • Schneider, J and Lang C. (2016). ‘Barriers and opportunities: Trajectories of teachers with Turkish background and the institutional context in Germany’, in C. Schmidt and J. Schneider (eds.) Diversifying the teaching force in transnational contexts. Critical perspectives. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • Mannitz, S. and Schneider, J. (2014). ‘Vom „Ausländer” zum „Migrationshintergrund”: Die Modernisierung des deutschen Integrationsdiskurses und seine neuen Verwerfungen’ [From “foreigner” to “migration background”: The modernisation of the German discourse on integration and its new distortions], in Nieswand, B. and Drotbohm, H. (eds.) Kultur, Gesellschaft, Migration. Die reflexive Wende in der Migrationsforschung. Heidelberg: Springer VS.
  • Crul, M., Lelie, F. and Schneider, J. (2013). Super-diversity: A New Perspective on Integration. Amsterdam: VU University Press.
  • Crul, M., Lelie, F. and Schneider, J. (2012). The European Second Generation Compared: Does the Integration Context Matter? Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  • Chavez, L., De Scipio, L., Schneider, J. and Waters, M. (2012). ‘Belonging’, in Crul, M. and Mollenkopf, J. (eds.) The Changing Face of World Cities: The second generation in Europe and the United States. New York, Amsterdam: Russell Sage and Amsterdam University Press.
  • Fokkema, T., Matias, R., Schneider, J., Stojčić, S., Ugrina, D. and Vera-Larrucea, C. (2012). ‘Identities. Urban belonging and intercultural relations’, in Crul, M., Schneider, J. and Lelie, F. (eds.) The European Second Generation Compared: Does the Integration Context Matter?Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 285-340.
  • Brown, S., Schneider, J. and Tran, V.C. (2012). ‘Neighborhoods and Perceptions of Disorder’, in Crul, M. and Mollenkopf, J. (eds.) The Changing Face of World Cities: The second generation in Europe and the United States. New York, Amsterdam: Russell Sage and Amsterdam University Press.