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Michael Penkler

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Mag. Dr.

Michael Penkler


Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter Institut für Marktforschung & Methodik


City Campus Wiener Neustadt
Schlögelgasse 22-26
2700 Wiener Neustadt
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  • Persönlichkeitsentwicklung

    In diesem qualitativen Forschungsprojekt wollen wir untersuchen, welche Bedeutung „Persönlichkeitsentwicklung“ für Studierende der FHWN hat und welche Praktiken sie betreiben.


  • Penkler, Michael (2022): Caring for Biosocial Complexity. Articulations of the Environment in Research on the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease. In: Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, 93, 1-10.
  • Penkler, Michael/Jacob, Chandni/Müller, Ruth/Kenney, Martha/Norris, Shane/Prazares Da Costa, Clarissa/Richardson, Sarah/Roseboom, Tessa/Hanson, Mark (2021): Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, Resilience and Social Justice in the COVID Era. In: Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease.
  • Penkler, Michael/Felder, Kay/Felt, Ulrike (2020): Challenging Diversity: Steering Effects of Buzzwords in Projectified Health Care. In: Science, Technology, & Human Values, 45(1), 138-163.
  • Penkler, Michael/Müller, Ruth/Kenney, Martha/Hanson, Mark (2020): Back to normal? Building community resilience after COVID-19. In: The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, 8(8), 664-665.
  • Penkler, M./Hanson, M./Biesma, R./Müller/R. (2019): DOHaD in Science and Society: Emergent Opportunities and Novel Responsibilities. In: Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease, 10(3), 268-273.
  • Penkler, Michael (2019): Die Psychoanalyse und die Suche nach der Evidenz. In: Frick, E., Hamburger, A., & S. Maasen (Hrsg.): Psychoanalyse in technischer Gesellschaft. Streitbare Thesen . Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
  • Penkler, Michael/Müller, Ruth (2018): Von ‚Fehlanpassungen‘ und ‚metabolischen Ghettos‘: Zur Konzeptualisierung globaler Gesundheitsunterschiede im Feld der Developmental Origins of Health and Disease. In: Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte, 41(3), 258-278.
  • K. Spiel, Kayali, F., Horvath, L., Penkler, M., Harrer, S., Sicart, M., & Hammer, J. (2018): Fitter, Happier, More Productive? Normative Ontologies of Fitness Trackers. In: CHI 2018 -ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems – Extended Abstracts.
  • Hanson, Mark/Müller, Ruth/ Penkler, Michael (2018): A Life Course Perspective on Bone Health and Disease: Scientific and Social Implications. In: N. Harvey & C. Cooper (Hrsg.): Osteoporosis: A Lifecourse Epidemiology Approach to Skeletal Health . CRC Press.
  • Felt, Ulrike/Felder, Kay/Penkler, Michael (2017): How Differences Matter: Tracing Diversity Practices in Obesity Treatment and Health Promotion. In: Sociology of Health & Illness, 39(1), 127-142.
  • Müller, Ruth/Hanson, Clare/Hanson, Mark/Penkler, Michael et al. (2017): The Biosocial Genome? Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Environmental Epigenetics, Health and Society. In: EMBO Reports, 18(10), 1677–1682.
  • Felder, Kay/Felt, Ulrike/Penkler, Michael (2016): Caring for Evidence. Research and Care in an Obesity Outpatient Clinic. In: Medical Anthropology, 35(5), 404-418.
  • Penkler, Michael (2016): On Gaining and Losing. Performances of Bodies and Selves in Bodyweight Narratives.
  • Penkler, Michael/Felder, Kay/Felt, Ulrike (2015): Diagnostic Narratives: Creating Visions of Austrian Society in Print Media Accounts of Obesity. In: Science Communication, 37(3), 314-339.
  • Felt, Ulrike/Felder, Kay/Penkler, Michael (2015): Investigating Obesity as a Complex Socio-medical Phenomenon. In: EASST Review, 34(4), 13-15.
  • Penkler, Michael (2015): Quantifying the Body and Health: Adding to the Buzz? . In: EASST Review, 34(2), 23-25.
  • Felt, Ulrike/Felder, Kay/Penkler, Michael (2014): Timescapes of Obesity: Coming to Terms with a Complex Socio-Medical Phenomenon. In: Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 18(6), 646-664.
  • Penkler, Michael (2008): Genealogie von Netzwerkkonzepten.