Christoph Deppe, M.A.

Doctoral Research Assistant at the Chair for Political Science, in particular Political Theory


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Helmut-Schmidt-Universität
Gebäude H1, Room 1365
Holstenhofweg 85
22043 Hamburg

E-Mail: christoph [dot] deppe [at] hsu-hh.de
Telephone: +49-40-6541-2604
Fax: +49-40-6541-3370
Office hours: by appointment via e-mail


CV


since January 2022

Doctoral Research Assistant at the Chair for Political Science, in particular Political Theory at Helmut Schmidt University / University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg

06/2021 – 12/2021

Parental leave

2020 – 06/2021

Doctoral Research Assistant at the Chair for Political Science, in particular Political Theory at Helmut Schmidt University / University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg

2017 – 2020

Doctoral Research Assistant at the Chair for Political Science, in particular Political Theory and at the Chair for Political Science, especially Comparative Government at Helmut Schmidt University / University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg

2015 – 2017

M.A. Political Science, University of Hamburg
Thesis: “From Copenhagen to Paris:
Investigating success in multilateral climate negotiations”

2016

Student Assistant, Prof. Dr. Heike Klüver, Professor for Comparative Politics, University of Hamburg

2015 – 2017

Student Assistant, Prof. Dr. Dr. Lydia Mechtenberg, Chair of Economics, in particular Microeconomics, University of Hamburg

– 2015

B.A. Political Science, University of Hamburg
Thesis: “Did the citizens of Germany choose the energy transition,
or was it an inevitable consequence of phasing out nuclear energy?”

2014 – 2015

Studying abroad, 2 Semesters, University of Oslo

2014

Student Tutor, Seminar “Methods of Empirical Social Research”, Summer Semester 2014, Prof. Dr. Stefanie Kley, Professor for Ecologization and Quantitative Methods of Social Research, University of Hamburg

2012

Studying abroad, 1 Semester, National University of Singapore


Research Interests


Democratic Innovations

Parliaments (and Parliamentary Records)

Disinformation

Interest Groups and Lobbying

Quantitative Text Analysis (Text Mining)

Comparative Politics


Publications, Presentations and Posters


Deppe, Christoph and Schaal, Gary S.: “Alexei Navalny and the campaign of disinformation conducted by Russia Today”. The Loop – ECPR’s Political Science Blog. 02.06.2022. https://theloop.ecpr.eu/alexei-navalny-and-the-campaign-of-disinformation-conducted-by-russia-today/

Deppe, Christoph and Schaal, Gary S.: “Vernetzte Desinformationskampangen: Der Fall Nawalny”. GIDSresearch 01/2022 | 10. Mai 2022 | ISSN 2699-4380. https://gids-hamburg.de/vernetzte-desinformationskampagnen/

Fleuß, Dannica and Deppe, Christoph: „Assessing „Communication Flows“ An Integrated Framework for Measuring Transmissions between Democratic Innovations and Empowered Institutions“ – Presentation and Discussion. PSA Participatiory and Deliberative Democracy Specialist Group’s Webinar Series 2020. Webinar 4: Participartory Governance – How Representative Systems Interact with Representative Institutions. Link to video: https://deliberativehub.wordpress.com/2020/06/12/pdd-webinar-series/

Deppe, Christoph: The Analytical Capacities of Vector-Based Text Analysis Methods in Political Science.
– Presentation and Working Paper.Scientific colloquium “Democracy Research”. Winter Trimester 2020. Helmut-Schmidt-University/ University of the Federal Armed Forces. Hamburg, Germany.

Deppe, Christoph: „Direct Democratic Institutions in Representative Political Systems: An Investigation of the German State Parliaments“ – Invited poster and slam-presentation.
CLARIN Annual Conference 2019 in Leipzig, Germany
PhD-students poster session -and- PhD-students poster slam presentation.
Link to Poster: clarin.eu/sites/default/files/clarin2019_phdposter_4_deppe.pdf

Fleuß, Dannica and Deppe, Christoph: „Assessing Transmissions: An Empirical Framework for Evaluating Democratic Innovations’ Impact on Collectively-Binding Decision-Making“ – Presentation.
ECPR General Conference 2019 (Wrocław, Poland)
Section: Democratic Innovations: Responding to Great Challenges. Panel: Evaluating Democratic Innovations.

Deppe, Christoph: „Direct Democratic Institutions in Representative Political Systems: An Investigation of the German State Parliaments“ – Presentation and Symposium participation.
Doctoral Consortium at #eurocss Symposium 2019
European Symposium Series on Societal Challenges in Computational Social Science 2019: Polarization and Radicalization. Zurich, Switzerland.

Deppe, Christoph: „The Analytical Capacities of Vector-Based Text Analysis Methods in Political Science“ – Presentation.
SPSA Annual Conference 2019 & Dreiländertagung. Zurich, Switzerland.
Panel „Die Glaubwürdigkeit empirischer politikwissenschaftlicher Forschung I und II“
Vortrag in Panel 2: Datentransparenz, Replikation, p-Hacking, Publikationsbias und die Glaubwürdigkeit empirischer politikwissenschaftlicher Forschung (I)

Schaal, Gary S. / Deppe, Christoph / Wilhelm, Fränze / Fleuß, Dannica   An integrated research framework for the analysis of Understandings of Democracy
Writers Conference  „Measuring Understanding of Democracy: Discussing Solutions for Methodological Fallacies.” Institut für Sozialwissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. 20.-21. August 2018.

Grotz, Florian / Schaal, Gary S. / Deppe, Christoph: „Cure for Democratic Malaise or Illness Accelerator? Parliamentary Debates on Direct Democracy in the German Länder” – Presentation and Working Paper.2018 ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops. Nicosia, Cyprus.
Workshop: Can Participatory Reforms Save Representative Democracy?


Teaching


Spring trimester 2022

M.A. Seminar “Democracy and Digitalization: Algorithmic Methods for Democracy Research” (with Prof. Gary S. Schaal)

Spring trimester 2021

M.A. Seminar “Democracy and Digitalization: Algorithmic Methods for Democracy Research” (with Prof. Gary S. Schaal)

Fall trimester 2020

Seminar “Techniques of Scientific Work”

Spring trimester 2020

M.A. Seminar “Democracy and Digitalization: Algorithmic Methods for Democracy Research” (with Prof. Gary S. Schaal)

Fall trimester 2019

Seminar “Techniques of Scientific Work”

Winter trimester 2019

Seminar “Representation of Political Interests in Society: The Intermediary System. Interest Groups in Germany and the European Union.”

Fall trimester 2018

Exercise “Methods of Scientific Work”


Academic self-administration


since 2019
Senate Committee for Teaching and Studies (SenA LuSt)
Representative for Academic Staff WiSo Faculty

HSU

Letzte Änderung: 2. June 2022