Fenne M. Pinkster
Fenne M. Pinkster
Associate Professor Urban Geography, Universiteit van Amsterdam
Verified email at uva.nl
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When the spell is broken: gentrification, urban tourism and privileged discontent in the Amsterdam canal district
FM Pinkster, WR Boterman
Cultural geographies 24 (3), 457-472, 2017
Localised social networks, socialisation and social mobility in a low-income neighbourhood in the Netherlands
FM Pinkster
Urban studies 44 (13), 2587-2603, 2007
Inequality in social capital between migrants and natives in the Netherlands
B Völker, F Pinkster, H Flap
Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 2008
Wonen, wijken & interventies: krachtwijkenbeleid in perspectief
K Wittebrood, M Permentier, F Pinkster
Den HaagSociaal en Cultureel Planbureau, 2011
Living in concentrated poverty
FM Pinkster
Universiteit van Amsterdam, 2009
“I Just Live Here”: Everyday Practices of Disaffiliation of Middle-class Households in Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods
FM Pinkster
Urban Studies 51 (4), 810-826, 2014
Watch out for the neighborhood trap! A case study on parental perceptions of and strategies to counter risks for children in a disadvantaged neighborhood
FM Pinkster, JD Fortuijn
Children's geographies 7 (3), 323-337, 2009
Neighborhood-based networks, social resources, and labor market participation in two Dutch neighborhoods
F Pinkster
Journal of Urban Affairs 31 (2), 213-231, 2009
Local social networks and social resources in two Dutch neighbourhoods
FM Pinkster, B Völker
Housing studies 24 (2), 225-242, 2009
Leefstijlen en woonmilieuvoorkeuren
FM Pinkster, R van Kempen
Urban and Regional Research Centre Utrecht, Faculteit Ruimtelijke …, 2002
Narratives of neighbourhood change and loss of belonging in an urban garden village
FM Pinkster
Social and Cultural Geography 17 (7), 871-891, 2016
Neighbourhood Effects as Indirect Effects: Evidence from a Dutch Case Study on the Significance of Neighbourhood for Employment Trajectories
FM Pinkster
International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 38 (6), 810-826, 2014
“Us Up Here and Them Down There” How Design, Management, and Neighborhood Facilities Shape Social Distance in a Mixed-Tenure Housing Development
AK Tersteeg, FM Pinkster
Urban Affairs Review 52 (2), 751-779, 2016
De sociale betekenis van de buurt: een onderzoek naar de relatie tussen het wonen in een arme wijk en sociale mobiliteit
FM Pinkster
Amsterdam University Press, 2008
Moving considerations of middle-class residents in Dutch disadvantaged neighborhoods: exploring the relationship between disorder and attachment
FM Pinkster, M Permentier, K Wittebrood
Environment and Planning A 46 (12), 2898-2914, 2014
‘We want to be there for everyone’: imagined spaces of encounter and the politics of place in a super-diverse neighbourhood
MS Hoekstra, FM Pinkster
Social & Cultural Geography 20 (2), 222-241, 2019
Participation in neighbourhood regeneration: achievements of residents in a Dutch disadvantaged neighbourhood
AB Teernstra, FM Pinkster
Urban Research & Practice 9 (1), 1-24, 2016
Comparing deconcentrating poverty policies in the United States and the Netherlands: A critical reply to Stal and Zuberi
MB Aalbers, WPC van Gent, FM Pinkster
Cities 28 (3), 260-264, 2011
Unravelling neighbourhood effects: Evidence from two European welfare states
S Musterd, FM Pinkster
City in sight: Dutch dealings with urban change, 41-59, 2009
Inkomenssegregatie in Nederlandse steden
FM Pinkster
AmsterdamAmsterdam University Press, 2006
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