Dr. D. Geschke

Institute for Democracy and Civil Society Jena
Hate crime, hate speech


dr Geschke is a graduate psychologist and did his doctorate in the field of social-psychological intergroup research on attitudes towards asylum seekers and cultural changes as a result of migration. For more than 10 years he has researched and taught in various social and communication psychology working groups at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena. He has been a researcher at the IDZ since September 2016 and is responsible, among other things, for the research focus on hate crime. https://www.idz-jena.de/ueber-das-institut/mitarbeitende/daniel-geschke

Focus of work and  research interests

  • hate crime
  • hate speech
  • quality of intergroup relations
  • Prejudice, stereotypes, discrimination
  • migration
  • acculturation
  • radicalization
  • right-wing extremism
  • media effects