Tim Reeskens
Tim Reeskens
Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Tilburg University
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Ethnic diversity and generalized trust in Europe: A cross-national multilevel study
M Hooghe, T Reeskens, D Stolle, A Trappers
Comparative political studies 42 (2), 198-223, 2009
5322009
Cross-cultural measurement equivalence of generalized trust. Evidence from the European Social Survey (2002 and 2004)
T Reeskens, M Hooghe
Social indicators research 85 (3), 515-532, 2008
3302008
Migration to European Countries: A Structural Explanation of Patterns, 1980–2004
M Hooghe, A Trappers, B Meuleman, T Reeskens
International Migration Review 42 (2), 476-504, 2008
2762008
Beyond the civic–ethnic dichotomy: investigating the structure of citizenship concepts across thirty‐three countries
T Reeskens, M Hooghe
Nations and nationalism 16 (4), 579-597, 2010
2092010
Disentangling the ‘New Liberal Dilemma’: On the relation between general welfare redistribution preferences and welfare chauvinism
T Reeskens, W Van Oorschot
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 53 (2), 120-139, 2012
2002012
Popular perceptions of welfare state consequences: A multilevel, cross-national analysis of 25 European countries
W Van Oorschot, T Reeskens, B Meuleman
Journal of European Social Policy 22 (2), 181-197, 2012
1222012
Nationalism and the cohesive society: A multilevel analysis of the interplay among diversity, national identity, and social capital across 27 European societies
T Reeskens, M Wright
Comparative Political Studies 46 (2), 153-181, 2013
1102013
The social legitimacy of targeted welfare: Attitudes to welfare deservingness
W van Oorschot, F Roosma, B Meuleman, T Reeskens
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017
1092017
Truancy as a contextual and school‐related problem: a comparative multilevel analysis of country and school characteristics on civic knowledge among 14 year olds
E Claes, M Hooghe, T Reeskens
Educational studies 35 (2), 123-142, 2009
952009
Equity, equality, or need? A study of popular preferences for welfare redistribution principles across 24 European countries
T Reeskens, W Van Oorschot
Journal of European Public Policy 20 (8), 1174-1195, 2013
832013
Ethnic diversity, trust and ethnocentrism and Europe: A multilevel analysis of 21 European countries
M Hooghe, T Reeskens, D Stolle, A Trappers
Unpublished paper presented at American Political Science Association Annual …, 2006
812006
Of what cloth are the ties that bind? National identity and support for the welfare state across 29 European countries
M Wright, T Reeskens
Journal of European Public Policy 20 (10), 1443-1463, 2013
732013
Diversity, multiculturalism and social cohesion: Trust and ethnocentrism in European societies
M Hooghe, T Reeskens, D Stolle
Diversity and Canada's Future, Date: 2005/10/13-2005/10/15, 387-410, 2007
642007
The inevitable deservingness gap: A study into the insurmountable immigrant penalty in perceived welfare deservingness
T Reeskens, T van der Meer
Journal of European Social Policy 29 (2), 166-181, 2019
592019
The mobilisation of identities: A study on the relationship between elite rhetoric and public opinion on national identity in developed democracies
M Helbling, T Reeskens, M Wright
Nations and Nationalism 22 (4), 744-767, 2016
552016
Immigrants’ attitudes towards welfare redistribution. An exploration of role of government preferences among immigrants and natives across 18 European welfare states
T Reeskens, W Van Oorschot
European Sociological Review 31 (4), 433-445, 2015
542015
Host-country patriotism among European immigrants: A comparative study of its individual and societal roots
T Reeskens, M Wright
Ethnic and Racial Studies 37 (14), 2493-2511, 2014
462014
Hard times and European youth. The effect of economic insecurity on human values, social attitudes and well‐being
T Reeskens, L Vandecasteele
International journal of psychology 52 (1), 19-27, 2017
452017
But who are those “most people” that can be trusted? Evaluating the radius of trust across 29 European societies
T Reeskens
Social indicators research 114 (2), 703-722, 2013
432013
Are cross-national surveys the best way to study the extreme-right vote in Europe?
M Hooghe, T Reeskens
Patterns of prejudice 41 (2), 177-196, 2007
392007
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