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BECKER-LENZ, ROLAND & SILKE MÜLLER (2009): The Development of Professional Competencies in the Social Work Degree Course: Findings from a study. Journal of Social Work Practice. Jg. 23, Heft 2, S. 175–184  
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FRANZMANN, MANUEL (2016): From "Atheism" to "Religious Indifference": Suggestions for Future Research on Secularization [Preprint]. Annual Review of the Sociology of Religion. Jg. 7. S. 12. ISSN: 1877-5233  
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GUGGENMOS, ESTHER-MARIA (2017): „I believe in Buddhism and Travelling“: On Denoting Oneself a Lay Buddhist in Contemporary Taiwan. (Beiträge zur kulturwissenschaftlichen Süd- und Ostasienforschung). Würzbürg: Ergon-Verlag.  
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JANSEN, AXEL (2011): Alexander Dallas Bache: Building the American Nation through Science and Education in the Nineteenth Century. Frankfurt und New York: Campus.  
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----- (2001): The American political community during World War I: two case studies. (ZENAF-Arbeits- und Forschungsbericht ; 2001,2). Frankfurt a.M. Zentrum für Nordamerika-Forschung.  
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----- (2011): Heroes or Citizens: The 1916 Debate on Harvard Volunteers in the European War. In: CHRISTINE KRÜGER & SONJA LEVSEN (Hrsg.) War Volunteering in Modern Times: From the French Revolution to the Second World War. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, S. 150–162.  
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----- (2007): The Scientific Profession's Role in National Consolidation. Alexander Dallas Bache's Motives for the 1863 Founding of the National Academy of Sciences. Sozialer Sinn. Jg. 2007, Heft 2, S. 333–356. ISSN: 1439-9326  
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JINDRA, INES W. & MICHAEL JINDRA (2003): Structural ('Objective') Hermeneutics and the Sociology of Religion. In: RALPH L. PIEDMONT & DAVID O. DAVID O. MOBERG (Hrsg.) Research in the social scientific study of religion, Volume 14. Leiden, Boston: Brill, S. 253–276.  
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LOER, THOMAS (2012): Dzīvesstāsts, method and praxis – A genre of social science data between advances of scientific knowledge and practical empowerment, and how objective hermeneutics can serve both. (Paper for the conference “Oral History: Dialog with Society”, hosted by the Latvian National Oral History Centre of the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology at the University of Latvia in cooperation with the Association of Oral History Researchers of Latvia “Dzāvesstaāsts” and the department of History at Stockholm University; Rīgā, 29th/30th march 2012. v3: 8.3.2012). 2012[Video]  
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MAIWALD, KAI-OLAF (2005): Competence and Praxis: Sequential Analysis in German Sociology. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research. Jg. 6, Heft 3.  
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MANN, STEFAN (2007): Understanding farm succession by the objective hermeneutics method. Sociologia Ruralis. Jg. 47, Heft 4, S. 369–383  
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MANN, STEFAN & JENNIFER J. SCHWEIGER (2009): Using the Objective Hermeneutics Method in Policy Evaluation. Evaluation. Jg. 15, Heft 4, S. 445  
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OEVERMANN, ULRICH (2000): Keynote address: The Difference between community and society and its consequences. In: ALISTAIR ROSS (Hrsg.) Developing Identities in Europe: citizenship education and higher education. Proceedings of the second Conference of the Children. Identity and Citizenship in Europe. London: CiCe, S. 37–61.  
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----- (2005): Natural Utopianism in Everyday Life Practice - An Elementary Theoretical Model. In: JÖRN JÜSEN (Hrsg.) Thinking Utopia - Steps into Other Worlds. (Making Sense of History). New York/Oxford: Berghahn Books, S. 136–148.  
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----- (2001): A Revised Theoretical Model of Professionalisation.(Vortrag auf der Tagung. Frankfurt am Main: [unveröffentlicht]. [Manuskript].  
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----- (1969): Role structure of the family and its implications for the cognitive development of children. In: MATHIAS ADRIANUS JOANNES MARIA MATTHIJSSEN & C.E. VERVOORT (Hrsg.) Education in Europe. Sociological Research. The Hague: Mouton, S. 103–122.  
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OEVERMANN, ULRICH; TILMAN ALLERT; ELISABETH KONAU & JÜRGEN KRAMBECK (1987): Structures of meaning and objective Hermeneutics. In: VOLKER MEJA; DIETER MISGELD & NICO STEHR (Hrsg.) Modern German sociology. (European Perspectives: a Series in Social Thought and Cultural Ctiticism). New York: Columbia University Press, S. 436–447.  
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OEVERMANN, ULRICH (2000): A Theoretical Model of Family Structure. (Fellow Lecture at the Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg in Delmenhorst, 7.6.2000). Delmenhorst: [unveröffentlicht]. [Manuskript].  
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RUMPF, LORENZ (2008): Bucolic nomina in Virgil and Theocritus: On the Poetic Technique of Virgil's Eclogues. In: KATHARINA VOLK (Hrsg.) Vergil"s Eclogues. (Oxford Readings in Classical Studies). New York: Oxford University Press, S. 64–78.  
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WEIR, TODD (2010): Between Colonial Violence and Socialist Worldview: The Conversions of Ernst Däumig. German History. Jg. 28, Heft June, S. 143–166  
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