Dr. Andreas Schneider 

Texas Tech University

Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work

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Curriculum Vitae

 

Section for my Students

 

Teaching at Texas Tech

Spring 2019

SOC 4327 Juvenile Delinquency Spring 2019 D01 (57300)

SOC 4327 Juvenile Delinquency Spring 2019 D02 (57301)

SOC 5320 Seminar in Social Psychology: Symbolic Interactionism 001 (57225)



Previous courses

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Professional Section

Books

Schneider, Andreas. 2009. Ce-que les féministes pourraient apprendre de l’homme moderne. Lubbock, TX: SocioThought.

Schneider Andreas. 2007. The New Man: Overcoming the Dark Ages of Traditionalism and its Feminist Reaction. Texas: SocioThought.

While the description of manhood roots in critical social analysis (Weber …) and philosophy (Mead …), I kept this book accessible to everyone. With rich examples I describe the New Man: a curious and reflective human being who loves to be in an egalitarian relationship. This book is an extremely honest and hereby provocative investigation of contemporary masculinity.

Paperback 244 pages, ISBN 978-0-9793456-0-9





 

Book Chapters

Schneider, Andreas. Forthcoming. “Symbolic Interactionism: From Early Philosophy to Models of Artificial Intelligence.” In: Theories in Social Psychology, Second Edition. Derek Chadee (ed.) Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Schneider, Andreas. 2011.  “Symbolic Interactionism: From Gestalt to Cybernetics” Chapter 11 In: Theories in Social Psychology.  Pp. 250-279 Derek Chadee. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Schneider, Andreas. 2007 “Masculinity as a Reproduction of Traditionalism, Feminist Reaction, and Egalitarianism.” Chapter 7 in Reconstructing Postmodernism: Critical Debates. Powell, Jason and Tim Owen (eds). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

 

Journal Publications

Schneider, Andreas, 2018. “How Contextual Frames Normalize Submission.” Deviant Behavior, (Published online: 16 Dec 2018) DOI: 10.1080/01639625.2018.1556874

Schneider, Andreas and Tom Turner. 2017. “Behaviour under the Condition of Anonymity: a Visual Analysis” Visual Studies 32,2: 148-155.

Schneider, Andreas, William L. Gardner, Amanda Hinojosa, and Alejandra Marin. 2014. Leadership as a Self-fulfilling Prophecy of Followership: Emotional Responses of Leaders to Subordinates. Leadership 10: 391-411.

Schneider, Andreas. 2014. “Metastructures of Federations: Analysis of Consequences and Solutions” Journal of Science Technology and Humanities (Thailand) 12,1: pp.43-52.

Schneider, Andreas, Linda E. Francisand Herman W. Smith. 2013. Measuring Cultural Variations in the Sacred and the Profane. Journal of Integrated Social Sciences. 3(1), 130-156.

Schneider, Andreas and Tobias Schröder. 2012. “Ideal Types of Leadership as Patterns of Affective Meaning: A Cross-Cultural and Over-Time Perspective” Social Psychology Quarterly 75,3: 268-287.

Schneider, Andreas and Herman Smith. 2011. “Religious Attributions in Cross-Cultural Comparison.” Current Research in Social Psychology 16 (11). Retrieved October 1, 2015 (http://www.uiowa.edu/crisp/prior-issues-covered). 

Schneider, Andreas. 2010. "Im Rhythmus der Peitsche." Social Psychology Quarterly Global. 15 pages.

Schneider, Andreas. 2009. "The Rhythm of the Whip." Social Psychology Quarterly. 72,4: 285-289.

Smith, Herman W. and Andreas Schneider. 2009. "Critiquing Models of Emotions." Sociological Methods & Research 37: 560-589.

Shuuichrou Ike, Herman W. Smith and Andreas Schneider. 2007. An Analytic Frame of Affective Meanings Using Affect Control Theory. Journal of Natural Language Processing 14 (3):99-115 (in Japanese)

Schneider, Andreas. 2007. "Politically Correct Stereotyping: The Case of Texans." International Journal of Contemporary Sociology. 44,2:84-101

Schneider, Andreas. 2005. “A Model of Sexual Constraint and Sexual Emancipation.” Sociological Perspectives 48,2:255-270.

Schneider, Andreas and Alden E. Roberts. 2005. “Classification and the Relations of Meaning.” Quality & Quantity 38,5:547-557.

Rafalovich, Adam and Andreas Schneider. 2005. “Song Lyrics in Contemporary Metal Music as Counter-hegemonic Discourse: An Exploration of Three Themes.” Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology 33,2:131-142.

Schneider, Andreas. 2004. “The Ideal Type of Authority in the United States and Germany.” Sociological Perspectives 47,3: 313-327.

Schneider, Andreas. 2003. “Discussing Privacy and Sexual Shame Cross-Culturally.” Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology. 31,2:195-201.

Schneider, Andreas. 2002. "Probing Unknown Cultures". Electronic Journal of Sociology 6, 3.

Schneider, Andreas. 2002. "Computer Simulation of Behavior Prescriptions in Multi-cultural Corporations." Organization Studies 23: 105-131.

Schneider, Andreas 2002.  “A Possible Link Between Stigmatization of Sexual-Erotic Identities and Sexual Violence”. Sexuality & Culture 6,4.

Schneider, Andreas and Wayne McKim. 2003. “Stigmatization Among Probationers.”  Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 38: 19-31.

Schneider, Andreas and Mike Sosteric. 2001. “Seven Years of Electronic Publishing: The Electronic Journal of Sociology.”  Footnotes September/October 6:14.

Schneider, Andreas. 2000. "Deviant Advocate Groups". The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior. English/American Publishing House, Taylor & Francis.

Schneider, Andreas. 1999. "The Violent Character of Sexual-Eroticism in Cross-cultural Comparison." International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy l8:81-100.

Schneider, Andreas. 1999. "Emergent Clusters of Denotative Meaning." Electronic Journal of Sociology: 4, 2.

Schneider, Andreas. 1998. "The Internet as an Extended Sociology Classroom." Social Science Computer Review 16:53-57.

Schneider, Andreas. 1996. Sexual-Erotic Emotions in the U.S. in Cross-cultural Comparison. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 16:123-143.

Schneider, Andreas 1999. "US Neo-Conservatism: Cohort and Cross-Cultural Perspective."  International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy 19:56-86.

Schneider, Andreas and David R. Heise. 1995. Simulating Symbolic Interaction. Journal of Mathematical Sociology 20: 271-287.

 

Informal Section

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The link to my informal section leads to a collection of annotated photographs located on my own domain. Some of them date back to the early nineties when I started web development.