Affiliate Researcher

Robert Gordon Rinderknecht


Assessing the Social Consequences of COVID-19 Projects details
Demographic Differential Uses of Social Media, Social Network Sites, and Crowdsourced Platforms Projects details
Technology Use and Its Effects on Time-Use Patterns, Social Relationships, and Well-Being Projects details
The Interplay Between Refugee Inflows, Anti-Immigrant Attitudes, and the Well-Being of Immigrants Projects details

MPIDR Publications

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Amerikaner, L.; Xu Yan, H.; Sayer, L. C.; Doan, L.; Fish, J. N.; Drotning, K. J.; Rinderknecht, R. G.:
Social Science and Medicine 323:115850, 1–10. (2023)
Drotning, K. J.; Doan, L.; Sayer, L. C.; Fish, J. N.; Rinderknecht, R. G.:
Journal of Family Violence 38:2, 189–201. (2023)    
Kashyap, R.; Rinderknecht, R. G.; Akbaritabar, A.; Alburez-Gutierrez, D.; Gil-Clavel, B. S.; Grow, A.; Kim, J.; Leasure, D. R.; Lohmann, S.; Negraia, D. V.; Perrotta, D.; Rampazzo, F.; Tsai, C.-J.; Verhagen, M. D.; Zagheni, E.; Zhao, X.:
In: Research handbook on digital sociology, 48–86. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. (2023)
Rinderknecht, R. G.; Doan, L.; Sayer, L. C.:
Social Problems 70:2, 378–395. (2023)    
Rinderknecht, R. G.; Negraia, D. V.; Lohmann, S.; Zagheni, E.:
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2023-025. (2023)    

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