Marieke Slootman
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Processes of radicalisation: why some Amsterdam Muslims become radicals
M Slootman, J Tillie
Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies, Universiteit van Amsterdam, 2006
Decline and disengagement: An analysis of processes of deradicalisation
F Demant, M Slootman, F Buijs, J Tillie
Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies. Amsterdam, 2008
School Careers of second-generation youth in Europe: Which education systems provide the best chances for success?
M Crul, P Schnell, B Herzog-Punzenberger, M Wilmes, M Slootman, ...
The European Second Generation Compared. Does the Integration Context Matter …, 2012
Processen van radicalisering. Waarom sommige Amsterdamse moslims radicaal worden
M Slootman, J Tillie
Amsterdam: Universiteit van Amsterdam/IMES, 2006
Teruggang en uittreding: Processen van deradicalisering ontleed
F Demant, M Slootman, F Buijs, J Tillie
Amsterdam: Universiteit van Amsterdam/IMES, 2008
Feeling Dutch: the culturalization and emotionalization of citizenship and second-generation belonging in the Netherlands
M Slootman, JW Duyvendak
Fear, anxiety, and national identity: immigration and belonging in North …, 2015
The use of information and communication technologies by older people with cognitive impairments: from barriers to benefits
M Blok, E van Ingen, AH de Boer, M Slootman
Computers in Human Behavior 104, 106173, 2020
Let’s do Diversity
G Wekker, M Slootman, R Icaza, H Jansen, R Vázquez
Report of the Diversity Commission. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam. doi 10, 2016
Ethnic identity, social mobility and the role of soulmates
M Slootman
Springer Nature, 2018
Soulmates: Reinvention of ethnic identification among higher educated second generation Moroccan and Turkish Dutch
M Slootman
Universiteit van Amsterdam, 2014
Substantive signifiers? Ethnic and religious identifications among second-generation immigrants in the Netherlands
M Slootman
Identities 23 (5), 572-590, 2016
Reinvention of ethnic identification among second generation Moroccan and Turkish Dutch social climbers
M Slootman
New Diversities 16 (1), 57-70, 2014
Social mobility allowing for ethnic identification: reassertion of ethnicity among Moroccan and Turkish Dutch
M Slootman
International Migration 56 (4), 125-139, 2018
Ethnic-minority climbers: evaluating “minority cultures of mobility” as a lens to study Dutch minority student organizations
M Slootman
Ethnic and Racial Studies 42 (5), 838-856, 2019
Politics of belonging, from national to personal: the political framing of “Dutch” identity and ethnic minority citizens
M Slootman, JW Duyvendak
Citizenship, belonging, and nation-states in the twenty-first century, 55-83, 2016
Deradicalisation of right-wing radicals and Islamic radicals
F Demant, M Slootman, F Buijs, J Tillie
Monitor racisme & extremisme: achtste rapportage. Amsterdam: Anne Frank …, 2008
The Netherlands: From diversity celebration to a colorblind approach
PAJ Stevens, M Crul, MW Slootman, N Clycq, C Timmerman
The Palgrave handbook of race and ethnic inequalities in education, 783-841, 2019
Let's do Diversity: Report of the Diversity Commission University of Amsterdam
G Wekker, R Icaza, H Jansen, M Slootman, R Vázquez
Amsterdam. Whiteman, M.(1981)‘Diploma/Degree Evaluation Chaos’, The South …, 2016
Which national school systems provide the best opportunities for success? School careers of second-generation Turks in seven European countries
M Crul, B Herzog-Punzenberger, P Schnell, R Aparicio-Gomez, ...
The European Second Generation Compared: Does the Integration Context Matter …, 2012
The politics of belonging: religiosity and identification among second-generation Moroccan Dutch
M Slootman, JW Duyvendak
Growing Up Muslim in Europe and the United States, 111-129, 2018
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