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Area of Research:
Sociology and Research Methods
Methodological research; qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods research; interviews; integrating methods; sociology of deviant behavior; sociology of childhood, adolescence and family
Field of Work:
Susanne Vogl focusses on social science research methodology beyond paradigmatic boundaries. She engages with theoretical and conceptual underpinnings of research methods as well as their applicability. By critically reflecting on research practice, she advances research methodology and stimulates discussion on best practice. Her substantive fields of research include social inequality, deviant behaviour, young people, family, and the life course.
- Vogl, S.; Zartler, U. (2021): Interviewing adolescents through time: Balancing continuity and flexibility in a qualitative longitudinal study. In Longitudinal and Life Course Studies, 12(1), 83-97.
- Vogl, S. (2020): Telephone interviews. In: Atkinson, P., Delamont, S., Williams, R., Cernat, A., Sakshaug, J. (eds.): SAGE Research Methods Foundation. Sage.
- Vogl, S.; Schmidt, E.-M.; Zartler, U. (2019): Triangulating Perspectives: Ontology and Epistemology in Qualitative Multiple Perspective Research. International Journal of Social Research Methodology.
- Vogl, S. (2019): Advance Letters in a Telephone Survey on Domestic Violence: Effect on Unit-Nonresponse and Reporting. In: International Journal of Public Opinion Research 31(2), 243-265.
- Vogl, S. (2018) Integrating and Consolidating Data in Mixed Methods Data Analysis: Examples from Focus Group Data with Children. Journal of Mixed Methods Research (online first), 1–19.
List of publications (Susanne Vogl)
Susanne Vogl is a Full Professor for Sociology and quantitative and qualitative social science research methods at the University of Stuttgart. She has previously held appointments at the Department of Sociology and the Department of Education at the University of Vienna. She has also worked at the Austrian Institute for Family Studies, the University of West of England in Bristol (UK), the KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, the TU Berlin and the Ludwig Boltzmann-Institute for Health Promotion Research (LBIHPR, Vienna). She got her Diploma in Sociology (2005) and her PhD (2012) at the University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. In 2021, she received her venia docendi (Habilitation) at the University of Vienna