Josje ten Kate
Josje ten Kate
Researcher at Sociology Department, Erasmus University Rotterdam
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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 59 (2), 135-155, 2017
Why are depressive symptoms more prevalent among the less educated? The relevance of low cultural capital and cultural entitlement
J Ten Kate, W De Koster, J Van der Waal
Sociological spectrum 37 (2), 63-76, 2017
“Following your gut” or “questioning the scientific evidence”: understanding vaccine skepticism among more-educated Dutch parents
J Ten Kate, WD Koster, J Van der Waal
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 62 (1), 85-99, 2021
Becoming skeptical towards vaccines: How health views shape the trajectories following health-related events
J Ten Kate, W de Koster, J van der Waal
Social Science & Medicine 293, 114668, 2022
Gelovig en gelukkig? De relatie tussen religiositeit en levenstevredenheid in Nederland
J ten Kate, W de Koster, J van der Waal
Mens en Maatschappij 93 (1), 87-90, 2018
Educational attainment and obesity in the Netherlands: Class or status?
J Van der Waal, J., De Koster, W., Ten Kate
Paper gepresenteerd op de Dag van de Sociologie, Amsterdam, 2015
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