Irish Centre for Social Gerontology
Institute for Lifecourse & Society
Upper Newcastle Road
Phone: 091 495461
Stefan Hopf is an Early Stage Researcher in the EuroAgeism Innovative Training Network, PhD student at the National University Ireland Galway and staff member of AGE Platform Europe in Brussels. He received his Master degree in Sociology from the University of Vienna, where he was also employed as teaching and research assistant. During his master studies Stefan Hopf repeatedly worked at the Institut für Konfliktforschung (Institute for Conflict Studies) in Vienna, where he supported the work on the INASC (Improving Needs Assignments and Victim Support; http://www.inasc.org) and the SNAP (Specific Needs and Protections Orders, http://www.snap-eu.org/) project.
Inequality and discrimination; domestic violence; fear of crime; law and society; qualitative methods
PhD project: Doing Age-ism. The social construction of age discrimination experiences in two European countries
Selected & Recent Publications
Rohner, R., Hopf, S., Obex, T. (2020). The Fear of Crime among Older Adults in Austria. SIAK International Edition – Journal for Police Science and Practice, 10: 54-64.
Kolland, F., Rohner, R., Hopf, S., Gallistl, V. (2018). Wohnminitor Alter 2018. Wohnbedürfnisse und Wohnvorstellungen im Dritten und Vierteln Lebensalter in Österreich. StudienVerlag