Filser, A., Barclay, K., Beckley, A., Uggla, C., & Schnettler, S. (2020). Are skewed sex ratios associated with violent crime? A longitudinal analysis using Swedish register data. Evolution and Human Behavior.
Our research interests primarily lie in network sociology, demography, family research and behavioral ecology. A special focus of our work is the integration of sociological and evolutionary approaches to human behavior. For instance, current projects include research on kinship networks as well as social consequences of skewed sex ratios.
As part of the study programmes in social science at the University of Oldenburg, we offer basic and advanced courses on statistics, social research methods and the R software package for statistical computing. Moreover, we teach courses on our reseach interests. This includes MA-level courses on network research and BA-level courses on life course research. Find our current teaching here.