Bachelor

The SuCo2 group is supervising Bachelor theses on the interface of sustainable consumption and sustainability communication. The following list shows all Bachelor projects that have been completed with the involvement of SuCo2 team members.

If you are interested in writing your Bachelor thesis with SuCo2, please get in touch with a SuCo2 member that most closely connects to your topic. Please make sure with the administration that the SuCo2 member has been approved as a Bachelor thesis supervisor before you contact them. Also note our guidelines for drafting an expose / proposal and preparing consultation hour meetings.

Completed Bachelor theses

  • Linda Uhr, “Stimulating competence acquisition through mindfulness training in Higher Education for Sustainable Consumption”, 2017 (first supervisor: Pascal Frank; second supervisor: Anna Sundermann)
  • Saskia Möller, “Local Food Systems in Lüneburg: Exemplary case study investigation of the sustainability marketing, 2018 (first supervisor: Karoline Pöggel, second supervisor: Anna Sundermann)
  • Marieke Marken, “Development of qualitative studies in mindfulness research: A systematic literature review of the development of topics and research approaches in qualitative mindfulness research”, 2018 (first supervisor: Pascal Frank, second supervisor: Daniel Fischer)
  • Tanja Rüter, “The consciousness-behaviour-gap concerning the meat consumption: evaluation of an intervention by Greenpeace e. V.”, 2018 (first supervisor: Daniel Fischer, second supervisor: Katharina van Bronswijk)
  • Alicia den Hoet, “Concept Mapping – Potentials and limitations of this method, when registering individual understandings of sustainability”, 2018 (first supervisor: Anna Sundermann, second supervisor: Daniel Fischer)
  • Nele Kleinau “Sense of entitlement – A concept with potential for sustainability?”, 2018 (first supervisor: Daniel Fischer, second supervisor: Pascal Frank)
  • Henrik Siepelmeyer “Leveraging psychological insights to drive sustainable consumption: An empirical investigation of how nudging based on social norms influences the avoidance of to-go-cups”, 2018 (first supervisor: David Loschelder, second supervisor: Daniel Fischer)
  • Celine Ebeloe “Cast off the blinkers: encourage students’ openness for new information and reflexivity”, 2018 (first supervisor: Pascal Frank, second supervisor: Daniel Fischer)
  • Gesa Marken “Barriers of purchase of packaging-free food products: What are the main barriers of purchase of packaging-free food products at ‘Plietsch’ in Lüneburg and what role plays environmental involvement in packaging choice decisions?”, 2018 (first supervisor: Jacob Hörisch, second supervisor: Daniel Fischer)
  • Tanja Rakocevic “Exploring the Usage and Impact of Teaching Materials for ESD with an Active Learning Approach on the Development of Key Competencies in Norwegian Students: a Mixed Methods Approach.”, 2018 (first supervisor: Daniel Fischer, second supervisor: Robert Didham)
  • Theresa Kiunke “The implementation of sustainable development indices on measuring sustainable development – a comparison of five indices” , 2018 (first supervisor: Daniel Fischer, second supervisor: Andreas Möller)
  • Pheline Louisa Gunkel “Motives to participate in the sharing economy in the fields of habitation and mobility” (first supervisor: Harald Heinrichs, second supervisor: Daniel Fischer)
  • Annika Butzbach “Elaboration of possible difficulties from the user’s point of view in the use of quality criteria of education for sustainable development in the elementary sector”, 2018 (first supervisor: Andreas Möller, second supervisor: Daniel Fischer)
  • Luca Windolph “Intergroup Conflicts on Issues of Sustainability in Organizations: How can Social Psychology help foster Solutions?”, 2017 (first supervisor: Johann Mayer, second supervisor: Daniel Fischer)
  • Sonja Lindenkreuz “I YOU WE – Transformation through Dialogue. About the effects of the dialoge game I YOU WE … questions? on participation in a whole-society tranformation process towards sustainability”, 2017 (first supervisor: Christine Katz, second supervisor: Daniel Fischer)
  • Jakob Kohlbrenner “The Potential of Graphic Facilitation to support collaborative processes in the sustainability transition”, 2017 (first supervisor: Daniel Fischer, second supervisor: Berta Martin-Lopez)
  • Klara Kehnel “Mindfulness and Sustainability. A discourse analytical study based on the qualitative Interviews within the BiNKA-Project”, 2017 (first supervisor: Pascal Frank, second supervisor: Daniel Fischer)
  • Janne Thomsen “Climate change and tourism: communication of climate-sensitive phenomena at the Baltic coast of Mecklenburg-West Pomerania”, 2017 (first supervisor: Daniel Fischer, second supervisor: Harald Heinrichs)
  • Jula Sarin “Ecological reform of the value-added tax (VAT) as an instrument of sustainable consumption policy – analysis and evaluation”, 2017 (first supervisor: Harald Heinrichs, second supervisor: Daniel Fischer)
  • Lukas Dorsch “Challenges for Mindfulness-Based Sustainability Education in Schools: An Empirical Study on Teachers’ Reservations Concerning Mindfulness-Based Interventions”, 2017 (first supervisor: Daniel Fischer, second supervisor: Pascal Frank)
  • Christiane Wellmann “Extension of the German speaking concept of education for sustainable development through gender aspects”, 2016 (first supervisor: Anja Thiem, second supervisor: Daniel Fischer)
  • Kirsten Schröder “Sustainability of meat substitutes – a multicriteria analysis”, 2016 (first supervisor: Edgar Kreilkamp, second supervisor: Daniel Fischer)
  • Ronja Dietschmann “The Practice of Mindfulness: A Possible Contribution to Promote the “Gestaltungskompetenz” of Students as Part of a Higher Education for Sustainable Development?” (first supervisor: Daniel Fischer, second supervisor: Anna Sundermann)
  • Paul Albohn “Influences on consumer behaviour of immigrants during acculturation in Germany”, 2016 (first supervisor: Daniel Fischer, second supervisor: Gerd Michelsen)