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"The CDSS gave me an excellent interdisciplinary and stimulating setting for my development as a researcher, and laid the foundation for my career." Andrew J. White, CDSS

Lars Leszczensky

Cohort:
2010
Center:
Social Sciences
Thesis Title:
Tell Me Who Your Friends Are? Disentangling the Interplay of Young Immigrants' Host Country Identification and Their Friendships with Natives
First Placement:
Research Fellow, MZES


Publications

2017
Intra- and Inter-group Friendship Choices of Christian, Muslim, and Non-religious Youth in Germany.
In:
European Sociological Review, Vol. 33, Issue 1
Pages:
72-83
Authors: Leszczensky, L. / Pink, S.

2016
Native Friends and Host Country Identification Among Adolescent Immigrants in Germany: The Role of Ethnic Boundaries
In:
International Migration Review (Vol. 50, Issue 1)
Pages:
163-196
Authors: Schulz, B. / Leszczensky, L.

2016
Disentangling the Relation between Young Immigrants' Host Country Identification and their Friendships with Natives (2016)
In:
Social Networks (Vol. 44)
Pages:
179-189
Authors: Leszcensky, L. / Stark, T. / Flache, A. / Munniksma, A.

2015
Ethnic Segregation of Friendship Networks in School: Testing a Rational-Choice Argument of Differences in Ethnic Homophily between Classroom- and Grade-Level Networks
In:
Social Networks (Vol. 42)
Pages:
18-26
Authors: Leszczensky, L. / Pink, S.

2015
The Development and Test of a Measure of Youth´s Ethnic and National Identity
In:
Methods, Data, Analyses (Vol. 9, Issue 1)
Pages:
87-110
Authors: Leszczensky, L. / Santiago, A. G.

2013
Do National Identification and Interethnic Friendships Affect One Another? A Longitudinal Test with Adolescents of Turkish Origin in Germany
In:
Social Science Research (Vol. 42, Issue 3)
Pages:
18-26
Authors: Leszczensky, L.

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