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Research Report: Mapping Policy Responses to the Covid-19 Misinfodemic

This research report is an output from a seminar on Global Governance of Digital Technologies, which focused on the problem of misinformation related to Covid-19. Students of the seminar have contributed country and company case studies in which they illustrate these entities' policy responses.


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Sozialwissenschaftliche Perspektiven auf die Corona-Pandemie

In der 5. Ausgabe der IPW-Working-Paper-Reihe präsentieren wir die Ergebnisse des Workshops zur Corona-Pandemie, den wir am 9. Juni 2021 auf Fachbereichsebene abgehalten haben. Die Beiträge reflektieren die Pandemie aus unterschiedlichen disziplinären, analytischen und politischen Perspektiven.


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Die kommunikative Vernetzung und Mobilisierung politischer Klimaaktivist*innen in Bremen. Eine qualitative Forschungsarbeit anhand des Fallbeispiels „Ende Gelände Bremen“.

Wir freuen uns, Ihnen die vierte Ausgabe der IPW-Working-Paper-Reihe vorstellen zu können! Emmy Thume analysiert die kommunikative Vernetzung und Mobilisierung von "Ende Gelände" in Bremen.


Politikwissenschaft| IPW|

Germany's Climate Governmentality. How Mechanisms of Governmentality and Discipline Govern Carbon Conduct

In der dritten Ausgabe der IPW-Working-Paper-Reihe schreibt Jonas Pauly über "Germany's Climate Governmentality".


Politikwissenschaft|

Sehnsucht Normalität. Das rettende Ufer der Normalität und das revolutionäre Potenzial in der "Corona-Krise"

In der zweiten Ausgabe der IPW-Working-Paper-Reihe reflektiert Jakob Streif über den Begriff Normalität in Zeiten der "Corona-Krise".


Politikwissenschaft|

Schlüssel zur Welt - Die bremischen Häfen in der Globalen Politischen Ökonomie

Wir freuen uns sehr, Ihnen die erste Ausgabe der Working-Paper-Reihe des Instituts für Politikwissenschaft vorstellen zu dürfen. Sie besteht aus den Ergebnissen des Seminars „Schlüssel zur Welt – die bremischen Häfen in der globalen politischen Ökonomie."


About the Working Paper Series

The working paper series of the Institute of Political Science (IPW) enables the publication of excellent student papers, seminar results, or contributions on university didactics, which originated as part of a course of the Institute of Political Science. The working papers can explore topics related to political science broadly defined, from a theoretical, empirical, interdisciplinary and/or didactic perspective.

Authors of the working papers may be students, instructors, or students and instructors together. The peer review process will be carried out by experts from the Institute of Political Science.

Students and instructors from all study programs of the Institute of Political Science and in all stages of their studies/careers may submit a paper. Contributions may be written in German or English.

You can send us your working papers via email (cbonoraprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de) at any time (they will be selected on a rolling basis).

Manuscript Submission Guidelines

Please submit your working paper as a Word document.

Please adhere to the following formal criteria:

  • Cover sheet with the following information: Name and last name of all authors; title of the paper; course in which the paper was written.
  • Line spacing in the text 1½ lines, single-spaced in the footnotes.
  • Font size: Times New Roman, 12 pt, in footnotes 10 pt (or equivalent).
  • Margins: right and left 3 cm, top and bottom 2.5 cm
  • Page numbers at the bottom right (cover page is not numbered)
  • Justification, hyphenation
  • Tables and graphs in the text must be numbered consecutively
  • Bibliography at the end of the text according to the specifications of the compendium

Adherence to the rules of correct citation is required (see Compendium, pp. 19-28).

No maximum length is prescribed, it may vary depending on the format.

You may propose an expert from the Institute of Political Science to review your paper.