Consultation hour

Dates starting on 10.04.2024 on Wednesdays between 11 a.m. and 12 noon.
Until the end of the semester 17.07.2024, excluding public holidays.

To make an appointment, please send me an e-mail stating your request.
Please briefly explain what the consultation will be about and, if necessary, send documents for better understanding or, by arrangement, text as a basis for consultation.

As a rule, 15min. Slots are usually allocated. A consultation via Zoom is possible. Please mention in your message whether the consultation should take place in person or digitally.

Please always send letter mail to the following address:
Dr. Marko Perels
Universität Kassel, FB 01
Arnold-Bode-Straße 10
34109 Kassel

Supervision of theses

General information on supervision requests

For basic information on the requirements for your Bachelor's thesis and the procedure for finding a first and second supervisor as well as for preparing a synopsis, please refer to the Moodle course "Bachelor's thesis in social work". Start your request for supervision at least 4 months before registering your Bachelor's thesis. Explain why you are specifically writing to the person from the subject area and where you see a fit for the supervision of your thesis. Your informed request for supervision should also include

  • an indication of the intended topic or subject area
  • a preliminary research question or possibly other possible questions
  • an initial rough outline and details of the planned approach
  • initial, particularly relevant sources

I am happy to supervise bachelor theses in the following subject areas and their relation to social work:

  • Precarization and gainful employment
  • migration research
  • Gender studies
  • German-Turkish social contexts
  • Political psychology, racism, anti-Semitism
  • Qualitative research methods

In general, I can also supervise Bachelor's theses in thematically related areas; this would then have to be clarified accordingly. Take a look at my past courses via a search in the course catalog (also look up previous semesters). In addition, a look at the publications and research projects will give you an impression of the range of topics covered.

If you are interested in having me supervise your Bachelor's thesis, please find out about suitable topics here on my personal website before submitting a supervision request and explain in your request how you would like to follow up. Please note the information on the "informed supervision request" in the Moodle course "Bachelor thesis in social work".

Request via the e-mail address: perels(at)

Precarization and gainful employment

Qualitative research methods

Migration research

Gender research

German-Turkish social contexts

Political psychology

German Sociological Association (DGS)

Political Psychology Working Group (University of Hanover)