Ulrike Thiele-Manjali, M.A.
Ulrike Thiele-Manjali is a doctoral student at the University of Göttingen. Her Magister thesis was entitled "Interethnic relationships: the biographical relevance of mate selection". In the framework of her PhD project (supervisors: Andrea D. Bührmann and Gabriele Rosenthal) she is studying the influence of social norms for mate selection and the career of a couple in hegemonic relationships. Her research focuses primarily on an analysis of the relationship dispositive and is grounded in biographical and discourse analysis.
Before starting her work at the chair of Andrea D. Bührmann, she was a research associate for the project "Women in top management teams" funded by the German Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth and the project "Patient experiences" carried out by the Institute of General Practice, University Medical Center Göttingen.
Ulrike Thiele-Manjali has been working at the Göttingen Diversity Research Institute since October 2013. She is currently on parental leave.
Her research interests include:
- Sociology of knowledge
- Family research
- Sociology of couples
- Gender and diversity studies
- Qualitative research methods