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social sciences educator

Klaus Boehnke, German social sciences educator. Member of International Association Applied Psychology (president division political psychology since 2004).

Background

Boehnke, Klaus was born on April 23, 1951 in Oldenburg, Germany. Son of Georg and Ursula Boehnke.

Education

Master of Arts, University of Technology, Berlin, 1975. Master of Arts in Psychology, University of Technology, Berlin, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, University of Technology, Berlin, 1985.

Habilitation in Psychology, Free University Berlin, 1993.

Career

Research associate/lecturer University of Technology, 1981—1985. Senior lecturer Humboldt University, 1990—1992. Assistant professor Free University Berlin, 1986—1990, associate professor, 1992—1993.

Professor sociology University of Technology, Chemnitz, 1993—2002. Professor social science methodology Jacobs University Bremen, since 2002. Secretary general International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Bremen, 2000—2008.

Head department sociology University of Technology, Chemnitz, 2000—2002. College master International University Bremen-Mercator College, 2002—2007. Vice dean Bremer International Graduate School Social Science, since 2007.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: 12 books. Contributor over 200 articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of International Association Applied Psychology (president division political psychology since 2004).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Political debate, badminton.

Connections

Married Mandy Rupf, July 18, 1976. Married Christiane Muench, May 24, 1950 (divorced October 10, 2003). Children: Philip, Florian Muench, Katrin Muench.

father:
Georg Boehnke

mother:
Ursula Boehnke

spouse:
Christiane Muench

spouse:
Mandy Rupf

child:
Katrin Muench Boehnke

child:
Philip Boehnke

child:
Florian Muench Boehnke