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Doctoral Candidate

Katharina Götting joined the Research Institute for Sustainability – Helmholtz Centre Potsdam (RIFS) as a research associate in June 2019. As part of an interdisciplinary junior research group, she is writing her thesis on psychological factors that influence the acceptance of traffic measures aimed at reallocating public space and access to these spaces. She is particularly interested in the perceived equity and the concept of acceptance.

Katharina Götting previously worked on a variety of topics with the adelphi think tank. She studied psychology in Wuppertal and Berlin and wrote her master thesis on nature connectedness. She is a member of the environmental psychology collective Wandelwerk e.V. and a qualified systemic mediator.

Publications

2021

Jarass, J., Nähring, A., Merzoug, S., Becker, S., Götting, K., Kläver, A., Czeh, A. (2021). Platz statt Kreuzung – Straßenraum neu denken: Mehr Aufenthaltsqualität im öffentlichen Raum als Treiber für die Verkehrswende. Internationales Verkehrswesen 4|2021, 18-22.

https://www.experi-forschung.de/platz-statt-kreuzung-strassenraum-neu-denken-mehr-aufenthaltsqualitaet-im-oeffentlichen-raum-als-treiber-fuer-die-verkehrswende

Becker, S., Götting, K. (2021). Wege zu einem klimafreundlichen Mobilitätsverhalten, in Nanz, P., Lawrence, M. G., Renn, O., & Meyer, J. (Eds.). (2021). Klimaschutz: Wissen und Handeln. Bonn: Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung, 61-75.

https://www.experi-forschung.de/wege-zu-einem-klimafreundlichen-mobilitaetsverhalten-in-klimaschutz-wissen-und-handeln

2020

Götting, K., Becker, S. (2020). Reaktionen auf die Pop-Up-Radwege in Berlin. Ergebnisse einer explorativen Umfrage zur temporären Radinfrastruktur im Kontext der Covid-19 Pandemie. IASS Study. 

https://doi.org/10.14512/gaia.28.1.13  https://publications.iass-potsdam.de/rest/items/item_6000142_4/component/file_6000157/content

2019

Renn, O., Becker, S., Gaschnig, H., Götting, K., Lilliestam, J., Schäuble, D., & Setton, D. (2019). Carbon Pricing for a Socially Just Energy Transition. IASS Policy Brief, 2019(10).     

https://doi.org/10.2312/iass.2019.058  https://publications.iass-potsdam.de/rest/items/item_4942894_4/component/file_4942895/content

 

Renn, O., Becker, S., Gaschnig, H., Götting, K., Lilliestam, J., Schäuble, D., & Setton, D. (2019). CO2-Bepreisung für eine sozial gerechte Energiewende. IASS Policy Brief, 2019(6).    

https://doi.org/10.2312/iass.2019.028  https://publications.iass-potsdam.de/rest/items/item_4604899_6/component/file_4621891/content

 

Götting, K., Böhme, T., Geiger, S. M. (2019). Connectedness to Nature Scale – Adolescents (CNS-A) Entwicklung und Validierung einer Skala zur Erfassung von Naturverbundenheit bei Jugendlichen. Umweltpsychologie 23(2), 131-150.   

 

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