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Dr Nora Storz

Researcher
Nora Storz is a Researcher at the Expert Council on Integration and Migration (SVR). She studied sociology at Leipzig University as well as migration, interethnic relations and multiculturalism at Utrecht University. From 2017 to 2021 she studied for a PhD at Utrecht University, writing her thesis on reconciliation between ethnic groups in territorial conflict regions. Tel +49 30. 288 86 59 – 26 storz@svr-migration.de

Professional background:

  • Since November 2021: Researcher at the Expert Council on Integration and Migration (SVR)
  • PhD at Utrecht University on reconciliation between ethnic groups in territorial conflict regions, 2017–2021
  • Master’s in migration, interethnic relations and multiculturalism at Utrecht University, 2015–2017
  • Bachelor’s in sociology at Leipzig University, 2011–2014

Publications:

Straver, Lianne/Martinović, Borja/Nijs, Tom/Nooitgedagt, Wybren/Storz, Nora 2023: Who Believes the Country Belongs to Their Ethnic Ingroup? The Background Characteristics of ‘Owners’ and Their Support for Stricter Immigration Policies Across Three Western Societies, in: Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 11: 2, 570-585. (Available online: https://doi.org/10.5964/jspp.10617)

Storz, Nora/Friedrichs, Nils 2023: Antisemitische Einstellungen von Muslim:innen im Zusammenhang von Religiosität und Herkunftskontext. Beitrag zur Ad-hoc-Gruppe „Muslimische Religiosität: Vielfalt oder Polarisierung?“, in: Paula-Irene Villa (Hrsg.): Polarisierte Welten. Verhandlungen des 41. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie 2022, Bielefeld. (Available online: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Soziologie)

Storz, Nora 2023: Selektive Solidarität: Wovon Hilfsbereitschaft gegenüber Flüchtlingen abhängt. SVR-Policy Brief 2023-2, Berlin.

Friedrichs, Nils/Storz, Nora 2022: Antimuslimische und antisemitische Einstellungen im Einwanderungsland – (k)ein Einzelfall? SVR-Studie 2022-2, Berlin.

Storz, Nora/Wittlif, Alex 2022: Integration in Rheinland-Pfalz. Sonderauswertung des SVR-Integrationsbarometers 2020. Expertise im Auftrag des Ministeriums für Familie, Frauen, Kultur und Integration des Landes Rheinland-Pfalz. Wissenschaftlicher Stab des SVR, Berlin.

Storz, Nora/Martinović, Borja/Rosler, Nimrod 2022: Support for Conciliatory Policies in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: The Role of Different Modes of Identification and Territorial Ownership Perceptions, in: Frontiers in Psychology. (Available online: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.769643)

Storz, Nora/Bilali, Rezarta/Martinović, Borja/Maloku, Edona/Rosler, Nimrod/Žeželj, Iris 2021: Collective victimhood and support for joint political decision-making in conflict regions: The role of shared territorial ownership perceptions, in: European Journal of Social Psychology. (Online verfügbar: https://doi.org/10.1002/ejsp.2831)

Storz, Nora/Martinović, Borja/Maloku, Edona/ Žeželj, Iris 2021: Can ´we´ share the contested territory with ´them´? Shared territorial ownership perceptions and reconciliation intentions in Kosovo, in: British Journal of Social Psychology. (Available online: Link to the British Journal of Social Psychology)

Breznau, Nate/Rinke, Eike Mark/Wuttke, Alexander/Nguyen, Hung H.V/…/Storz, Nora/ et al. 2021. How Many Replicators Does It Take to Achieve Reliability? Investigating Researcher Variability in a Crowdsourced Replication. SocArXiv. May 18. (Available online: doi:10.31235/osf.io/j7qta)

Breznau, Nate/Rinke, Eike Mark/Wuttke, Alexander/Nguyen, Hung H.V/…/Storz, Nora/ et al. 2021. Observing Many Researchers Using the Same Data and Hypothesis Reveals a Hidden Universe of Uncertainty. MetaArXiv. March 24. (Available online: doi:10.31222/osf.io/cd5j9)

Storz, Nora/Martinović, Borja/Verkuyten, Maykel/Žeželj, Iris/Psaltis, Charis/Roccas, Sonia 2020: Collective psychological ownership and reconciliation in territorial conflicts, in: Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 8:1, 404–425. (Available online: Link to the Journal of Social and Political Psychology)