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Mershon Center for International Security Studies

Kazimierz SlomczynskiProfessor Emeritus
136b Townshend
1885 Neil Ave. Mall
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Ph.D., University of Warsaw, Sociology (1971)
M.A., University of Lodz, Sociology (1965)

Kazimierz Slomczynski's areas of specialization include social stratification and mobility, comparative sociology and cross-national studies. His current research focuses on the relationship between social structure and psychological functioning.

Slomczynski is director of CONSIRT (Cross-National Studies: Interdisciplinary Research and Training) program at Ohio State. The main objective of the CONSIRT program is to stimulate and facilitate research, graduate training, and undergraduate education. The program provides an opportunity for preparing and administering complex research projects with a cross-national perspective. 

Faculty Links
Curriculum Vitae (pdf)
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Media Links
Sociology: Slomczynski Inducted into Academia Europaea (2018)
Mershon Center: Mershon affiliates receive NSF award to develop international database (2017)
Slavic Center: Updates from CONSIRT (2016)
Research News: Can support for democracy be taught? Study shows mixed results (1999)

Mershon Project
State Responses to Contention and New Waves of Protest, with Craig Jenkins and Irina Tomescu-Dubrow (2016-17)
Democracy, the State and Protest: International Perspectives on Methods for the Study of Protest, with Craig Jenkins and Irina Tomescu-Dubrow (2016-17)
When and How State Reponses to Contention Generate New Waves of Protest (2014-15)
Interdisciplinary Studies of Political Behavior: From Elections to Protests (2013-14)
Nationalism and Conflict: Interdisciplinary Methodological Symposium (2012-13)
Symbolic Opposition to the USA Patriot Act (2007-08)