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Dr. Peter Muhlau

Assistant Professor (Sociology)
1 COLLEGE GREEN


Peter Mühlau is Assistant Professor at the Department of Sociology. His research and teaching interest are in the fields of the sociology of work and employment, the sociology of migration, social stratification and quantitative research methods. His current work focuses on the economic and socio-cultural integration of immigrants, gender inequality in work and employment, socio-economic and socio-cultural change in Ireland and survey methodology. He is leader of the Irish team in the European collaborative project 'Causes and Consequences of Early Socio-Cultural Integration Processes among New Immigrants in Europe' (SCIP).
  Employment/Unemployment Studies   Gender and work   Labor Market/Women and Minorities   Migration   Surveys & Survey Research
 Migrants' Social Capital and Integration: The role of institutions and boundaries
 Integrating New Immigrants in Europe (INI-EU)
 Causes and Consequences of Early Socio-Cultural Integration Processes among New Immigrants in Europe (SCIP)
 Exploring respondent-driven sampling for a longitudinal survey of immigrants in Ireland
 Parallel Societies or Overlapping Identities?

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Sociological Association of Ireland 2011
Claudia Diehl, Marcel Lubbers, Peter Muhlau, Lucinda Platt, Starting out: New migrants' socio-cultural integration trajectories in four European destinations, Ethnicities, 2016, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Claudia Diehl, Marion Fischer-Neumann, Peter Muhlau, Between ethnic options and ethnic boundaries - Recent Polish and Turkish migrants' identification with Germany, Ethnicities, 2016, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Cornelia Kristen, Peter Muhlau, Diana Schacht, Language acquisition of recently arrived immigrants in England, Germany, Ireland, and the Netherlands, Ethnicities, 2016, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Röder, A. and Mühlau, P, Are they acculturating? Europe's immigrants and gender egalitarianism, Social Forces, 92, (3), 2014, p899 - 928, Notes: [10.1093/sf/sot126], Journal Article, PUBLISHED
R. Wittek, F.N. Morales. P. Muhlau, Evil Tidings: Are Reorganizations more Successful if Employees are Informed Early?, Koelner Zeitschrift fuer Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 66, (Special Issue), 2014, p349 - 367, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Peter Muhlau, Middle Class Squeeze? Social Class and Perceived Financial Handship in Ireland, 2002-2012, The Economic and Social Review, 45, (4), 2014, p485 - 509, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Antje Röder, Peter Mühlau, Low expectations or different evaluations - What explains immigrants' high levels of trust in host country institutions?, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 39, (5), 2012, p770 - 792, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  DOI
Röder, A. and Mühlau, P., Trust of immigrants in criminal justice institutions in Europe: The role of discrimination and expectations, European Journal of Criminology, 9, (4), 2012, p370 - 387, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Peter Mühlau, Employment and earnings mobility of Polish migrants in Ireland in the recession, Annales Universitatis Paedagogicae Cracoviensis (Studia Sociologica IV, Special Issue 'Migration, Identity, Ethnicity) , 118, 2012, p81 - 94, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
The Digital Home: a New Locus of Social Science Research in, editor(s)Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber , Handbook of Emerging Technologies in Social Research, Oxford University Press, 2011, pp647 - 666, [Anne Holohan, Jeanette Chin, Vic Callaghan, Peter Muhlau], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
  

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Peter Muhlau, Antje Roeder, Gender-Egalitarian Beliefs and Europe's Immigrants. IIIS Working Paper No. 414, 2012, Working Paper, PUBLISHED
Peter Muhlau, Occupational and Earnings Mobility of Polish Migrants in the Recession. IIIS Discussion Paper No. 413, 2012, Working Paper, PUBLISHED
Mühlau, P., Kaliszewska, M. and Röder, A. , Respondent-driven sampling of immigrant communities: methodological challenges and some experiences from the 'Polonia in Dublin' study, Sociological Association of Ireland Annual Conference, Cork, 7-9 May 2011, 2011, Oral Presentation, PRESENTED
Mühlau, P., Kaliszewska, M. and Röder, A., Respondent-driven sampling as sampling method for migrant communities: Experiences from 'Polonia in Dublin', NORFACE RDS workshop 'Design, Implementation, and Sociological Analysis: An Exploration of Respondent Driven Sampling', Institute of Education, London, 16/17 June 2011, 2011, Oral Presentation, PRESENTED
Röder, A. and Mühlau, P., Discrimination, minority status and immigrants' confidence in criminal justice institutions, Conference of the International Sociological Association, Gothenburg, edited by 11-19 July 2010 , 2010, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Röder, A. and Mühlau, P, Low expectations or different evaluations - What explains immigrants' high levels of trust in host country institutions?, 2010, Working Paper, PUBLISHED
Röder, A. and Mühlau, P. , Discrimination, exclusion and immigrants' confidence in public institution in Europe', 2010, Working Paper, PUBLISHED
Peter Mühlau, Gender Inequality and Job Quality in Europe. IIIS Discussion Paper 345, 2010, Working Paper, PUBLISHED
Antje Röder, Peter Mühlau, Low expectations or different evaluations - What explains immigrants' high levels of trust in host country institutions? IIIS Discussion Paper No. 344, 2010, Working Paper, PUBLISHED
Antje Röder, Peter Mühlau, Discrimination, exclusion and immigrants' confidence in public institutions in Europe. IIIS Discussion Paper No. 320, 2010, Working Paper, PUBLISHED

  

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