Lisa Hartmann graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor's degree in Politics and Society with a focus on Political Communication at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. She completed her Master's degree in Political Science, Modern and Contemporary History and Communication Science in 2015 with a Master's thesis on „Die südkoreanischen Migranten und ihre Integration in Deutschland“ " Die südkoreanischen Migranten und ihre Integration in Deutschland" at the KU Eichstätt-Ingolstadt. During her studies she spent one semester each in Forlì (Università degli Studi Bologna, Italy) and at Sogang University Seoul, South Korea.
Since October 2015, Hartmann is a research assistant and doctoral candidate at the Chair of Comparative Political Science at KU Eichstätt. Since August 2016, she is also a research assistant at the ZFG. There she is responsible for the topic "Family Education" and supervises the corresponding projects.
In her dissertation, Hartmann deals with the topic "Family lobbyism" and analyses the participation of family associations in the legislative process ElterngeldPlus.
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