2019

Reibling, N. (2019): The Role of Medicine and Psychology in the German Welfare State, Forum of the Support Network Interdisciplinary Social Policy Research (FIS) of the German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, 8th-9th October, Berlin.

Krayter, S., Reibling, N. (2019): Has Poverty been Increasingly Medicalized? An Empirical Study of the Scientific Poverty Discourse, The European Network for Social Policy Analysis (ESPAnet) Annual Meeting. Social Citizenship, Migration and Conflict – Equality and Opportunity in European Welfare States, 5th-7th September, Stockholm.

Linden, P., Reibling, N. (2019): Medicalization as Alternative Path through Welfare? Determinants of the Transition from Unemployment to a Medical Leave Status in the German Social Policy System, The European Network for Social Policy Analysis (ESPAnet) Annual Meeting. Social Citizenship, Migration and Conflict – Equality and Opportunity in European Welfare States, 5th-7th September, Stockholm.

Linden, P., Reibling, N. (2019): Medical Leave for Unemployed Persons with Health Problems: How Does It Affect Their Health Trajectories?, The European Network for Social Policy Analysis (ESPAnet) Annual Meeting. Social Citizenship, Migration and Conflict – Equality and Opportunity in European Welfare States, 5th-7th September, Stockholm.

Ariaans, M., Reibling, N. (2019): Blaming the Individual? A Longitudinal Analysis of the Framing of Unemployment in German Parliamentary Debates, International Sociological Association (ISA) RC19 annual meeting. Global Crisis and Social Policy: Coping with Conflict, Migration and Climate Change, 28th-30th August, Mannheim.

Krayter, S., Reibling, N. (2019): An Analysis of the Scientific Poverty Discourse. Do Health Sciences Matter?, International Sociological Association (ISA) RC19 annual meeting. Global Crisis and Social Policy: Coping with Conflict, Migration and Climate Change, 28th-30th August, Mannheim.

Linden, P., Reibling, N. (2019): Medical Leave: Opportunity or risk for unemployed persons with health restrictions?, International Sociological Association (ISA) RC19 annual meeting. Global Crisis and Social Policy: Coping with Conflict, Migration and Climate Change, 28th-30th August, Mannheim.

Linden, P., Reibling, N. (2019): Medicalization as Alternative Path through Welfare? Determinants of the Transition from Unemployment to a Medical Leave Status in the German Social Policy System, International Sociological Association (ISA) RC19 annual meeting. Global Crisis and Social Policy: Coping with Conflict, Migration and Climate Change, 28th-30th August, Mannheim.

2018

Linden, P., Reibling, N. (2018): Medicalization as Alternative Path through Welfare?–Determinants of the Transition from Unemployment to a Medical Leave Status in the German Social Policy System, Workshop: „Welfare and unemployment dynamics” hosted by the Institute for Employment Research (IAB), 8th-9th November, Nuremberg.

Linden, P., Reibling, N., Krayter, S. (2018): Better Sick and Unemployed than just Unemployed? – Perspectives from the Longitudinal Analysis of PASS Data, Symposium “Work and Health” at the Joint Congress of DGMP & DGMS, 26th-28th September, Leipzig.

Ariaans, M./ Reibling, N. (2018): Trends in Medical and Psychological Explanations for Unemployment in German Parliamentary Debates, ISA World Congress of Sociology, 15th-21th July, Toronto.

Linden, P., Reibling, N., Krayter, S. (2018): Better Sick and Unemployed than just Unemployed? – Effects of Medicalisation on Stigmatisation Processes of Unemployed Persons, Annual Conference 2018 of the Social Policy Section of DGS, 26th-27th April, Köln.

Krayter, S./Reibling, N. (2018): What is poverty? An Analysis of Discourse Structures and Issue Trends in Scientific Discourse, Annual Conference 2018 of the Social Policy Section of DGS, 26th-27th April, Köln.

Reibling, N. (2018): Medicalisation and Psychologisation of Social Problems: Challenges and Opportunities for Social Policy (MEPYSO), Opening Lecture Initial Event MEPYSO, 8th-9th March, Siegen.

Ariaans, M. (2018): Medicalisation and Psychologisation in Political Discourse – Framing of Unemployment in Parliamentary Debates of the German “Bundestag”, Initial Event MEPYSO, 8th-9th March, Siegen.

Ariaans, M., Bleckmann, L. (2018): Opportunities and Risks of Health Access to Social Problems – Experiences from Practice, Chair of the Panel Discussion of the Initial Event MEPYSO, 8th-9th March, Siegen.

2017

Ariaans, M., Linden, P., Reibling, N., Wiegelmann, H. (2017): Project Presentation: Medicalisation and Psychologisation of Social Problems: Challenges and Opportunities for Social Policy (MEPYSO), FIS-Forum, 29. August, Berlin.