NELLS - NEtherlands Longitudinal Lifecourse Study
NELLS - NEtherlands Longitudinal Lifecourse Study
Radboud University Nijmegen / Tilburg University / University of Amsterdam
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The cognitive basis of trust: The relation between education, cognitive ability, and generalized and political trust
M Hooghe, S Marien, T de Vroome
Intelligence 40 (6), 604-613, 2012
Long-Term Effects of Divorce on Parent–Child Relationships: Within-Family Comparisons of Fathers and Mothers
M Kalmijn
European Sociological Review 29 (5), 888-898, 2012
Host national identification of immigrants in the Netherlands
T De Vroome, M Verkuyten, B Martinovic
International Migration Review 48 (1), 1-27, 2014
Interminority attitudes: The roles of ethnic and national identification, contact, and multiculturalism
P Hindriks, M Verkuyten, M Coenders
Social Psychology Quarterly 77 (1), 54-74, 2014
How does education have an impact on ethnocentrism? A structural equation analysis of cognitive, occupational status and network mechanisms
C Meeusen, T de Vroome, M Hooghe
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 37 (5), 507-522, 2013
Netherlands Longitudinal Lifecourse Study-NELLS Panel Wave 1 2009 and Wave 2 2013-versie 1.2
J Tolsma, GLM Kraaykamp, DM de Graaf, M Kalmijn, C Monden
The Effect of Religiosity on Life Satisfaction in a Secularized Context: Assessing the Relevance of Believing and Belonging
J ten Kate, W de Koster, J van der Waal
Review of Religious Research, 1-21, 2017
Life satisfaction among ethnic minorities in the Netherlands: Immigration experience or adverse living conditions?
T De Vroome, M Hooghe
Journal of Happiness Studies 15, 1389-1406, 2014
Inequality in access to social capital in the Netherlands
F Van Tubergen, B Volker
Sociology 49 (3), 521-538, 2015
The Origins of Generalized and Political Trust among Immigrant Minorities and the Majority Population in the Netherlands
T de Vroome, M Hooghe, S Marien
European Sociological Review, 2013
Ethnic penalties? The role of human capital and social origins in labour market outcomes of second-generation Moroccans and Turks in the Netherlands
P Gracia, L Vázquez-Quesada, HG Van de Werfhorst
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42 (1), 69-87, 2016
Does the rise of the Internet bring erosion of strong ties? Analyses of social media use and changes in core discussion networks
E Vriens, E van Ingen
New media & society 20 (7), 2432-2449, 2018
Determinants of cultural assimilation in the second generation. A longitudinal analysis of values about marriage and sexuality among Moroccan and Turkish migrants
M Kalmijn, G Kraaykamp
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 44 (5), 697-717, 2018
Statistical challenges in modelling the health consequences of social mobility: the need for diagonal reference models
J Van der Waal, S Daenekindt, W de Koster
International journal of public health 62, 1029-1037, 2017
Social trust and radical right-wing populist party preferences
CC Berning, C Ziller
Acta Politica 52, 198-217, 2017
Parental involvement in partner choice: The case of Turks and Moroccans in the Netherlands
PI Van Zantvliet, M Kalmijn, E Verbakel
European Sociological Review 30 (3), 387-398, 2014
Explaining parents' school involvement: The role of ethnicity and gender in the Netherlands
F Fleischmann, A de Haas
The Journal of Educational Research 109 (5), 554-565, 2016
Inheritance of Religiosity Among Muslim Immigrants in a Secular Society
J van der Pol, F van Tubergen
Review of Religious Research, 2013
Ethnic diversity and informal intra-and inter-ethnic contacts with neighbours in The Netherlands: A comparison of natives and ethnic minorities
T Huijts, G Kraaykamp, P Scheepers
Acta sociologica 57 (1), 41-57, 2014
Losing wallets, retaining trust? The relationship between ethnic heterogeneity and trusting coethnic and non-coethnic neighbours and non-neighbours to return a lost wallet
J Tolsma, TWG Van der Meer
Social indicators research 131, 631-658, 2017
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