Mgr. Kateřina Vráblíková, Ph.D.
• 2008 – 2012: Ph.D. program, Political Science, Faculty of Social Studies Masaryk University
• 2006 – 2008: Master’s Degree, Political Science, Faculty of Social Studies Masaryk University
• 2003 – 2006: Bachelor’s Degree, Political Science and Sociology, Faculty of Social Studies Masaryk University
• Political behavior and attitudes
• Social movements and civil society
• Research design and methods
• Research Workshop, BA program, University of Mannheim
• Studying Social Movements, BA program, University of Mannheim
• Comparative Political Participation, BA program, University of Mannheim
• 2011, September – 2012, January. Visiting Researcher, Lehrstuhl für Politische Wissenschaft und International Vergleichende Sozialforschung, Universität Mannheim.
• 2011, August, 8 – 19. Course Hierarchical Models, Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis and Collection, University of Essex
• 2010, September – 2011, June. Fulbright Visitign Fellow, Center for the Study of Democracy, University of California, Irvine.
• 2010, August, 2 – 13. Course Multivariate Statistical Analysis and Comparative Cross-national Surveys, ECPR 2010 Summer School
• 2010, August, 1 – July, 30. Course Basic of Inferential Statistics for Political Scientists, ECPR 2010 Summer School
• 2009, July, 13 - 24. Course Introduction to Multilevel Models with Applications, 42nd Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis and Collection, University of Essex
• 2008, July, 21 – 25. PhD summer school course Research Design, Oslo Summer School in Comparative Social Science Studies, University of Oslo
I am a lecturer at the Chair of Political Science and International Comparative Social Research at the University of Mannheim since 2012. My research and teaching focus on political participation, social movements, political attitudes and values, and research methods. Currently I am working on the project Caught in the act of protest: Contextualizing contestation (CCC), which I coordinate in the Czech Republic. The CCC is an international research of protest participants and focuses on individual and contextual factors affecting protest and protestors.
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