Thomas Schuch, M.A.
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Thomas Schuch used to work as a scientific employee at the Chair of Economic and Social Geography of the Department of Geography in Heidelberg. He studied Geography with the subsidiary subjects Sociology and Political Sciences at the universities of Mannheim, Stockholm and Heidelberg. He wrote his master’s thesis on the topic: „Stagnation or upgrading? Socio-economic, functional, structural and symbolic change in the Wrangelkiez (Berlin-Kreuzberg)“.
- Urban Geography / Urban Sociology / Urban research / Urban Development
- Berlin, Skandinavia
SCHUCH, T. (2007): Stagnation oder Aufwertung? Sozioökonomischer, funktionaler, baulicher und symbolischer Wandel im Wrangelkiez (Berlin-Kreuzberg); Unpublished master’s thesis; Heidelberg.
07/ 2000 – 10/ 2001: Couchette attendant for the Deutsche Bahn AG, Frankfurt/Main
07/ 2002 – 08/ 2002: Student assistant at the Department of Geography of the University of Mannheim
03/ 2004 – 12/ 2004: Student assistant at the Department of Legal Medicine of Heidelberg University
11/ 2007 – 01/ 2008: Freelancer at the Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Neckar GmbH, Mannheim
02/ 2008 – 05/ 2008: Freelancer at GIM – market research, Heidelberg