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Dr.

Marco Sonnberger

Spokesperson for the Research Area Sustainability and Transition Research
Center for Interdisciplinary Risk and Innovation Studies

Contact

+49 711 685-84297
+49 711 685-82487

Seidenstr. 36
70174 Stuttgart
Deutschland

Subject

His main research interests are social scientific energy and mobility research, sustainable consumption, lifestyle research, sociology of risk, environmental sociology, and technology assessment.

Selected publications:

Gross, Matthias / Sonnberger, Marco (2020): How the diesel engine became a “dirty” actant: Compression ignitions and actor networks of blame. In: Energy Research and Social Science 61, 101359.

Graf, Antonia / Sonnberger, Marco (2019): Responsibility, rationality, and acceptance: How future users of autonomous driving are constructed in stakeholders’ sociotechnical imaginaries. In: Public Understanding of Science Volume 29 (1), 61-75.

Ruddat, Michael / Sonnberger, Marco (2019): Von Protest bis Unterstützung – eine empirische Analyse lokaler Akzeptanz von Energietechnologien im Rahmen der Energiewende in Deutschland. In: Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie 71 (3), 437-455.

Sonnberger, Marco / Gross, Matthias (2018): Rebound Effects in Practice: An Invitation to Consider Rebound from a Practice Theory Perspective. In: Ecological Economics 154, 14-21.

Sonnberger, Marco / Ruddat, Michael (2018): Disclosing Citizens’ Perceptual Patterns of the Transition to Renewable Energy in Germany. In: Nature and Culture 13 (2), 253–280.

 
 
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Marco Sonnberger studied Sociology and Political Science at the Universities of Stuttgart and Heidelberg. Since April 2009 he has been a researcher at ZIRIUS. In July 2014 he gained his PhD in Sociology. Since 2016 he has been speaker of the research field “Sustainability and Transition Research” at ZIRIUS and co-head of the junior research group DynaMo – Mobility-Energy-Dynamics in Urban Areas.

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