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First names in children of migrants: "Passing on male supremacy"

2021-03-02T00:07:20.343Z

Why are immigrant families more likely to give their girls German names and boys more like those in their home country? Jürgen Gerhards researched the reasons and the consequences.



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Jürgen Gerhards

, 65, is professor of sociology at the Technical University in Berlin.

Together with Julia Tuppat, he researched the specifics of the choice of names of migrant families in a study, which can be read in the

Cologne journal for sociology and social psychology

or here.

Since 2018 he has been an elected member of the National Academy of Sciences »Leopoldina«.

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