Niels Spierings
Niels Spierings
Other namesCHBM Spierings, Cornelis Spierings, Niels Spiering
Professor of Sociology: Processes of Inclusion and Exclusion, Radboud University
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Gendering the vote for populist radical-right parties
N Spierings, A Zaslove
Patterns of Prejudice 49 (1-2), 135-162, 2015
Micro‐and macrolevel determinants of women's employment in six Arab countries
N Spierings, J Smits, M Verloo
Journal of Marriage and Family 72 (5), 1391-1407, 2010
Gender, populist attitudes, and voting: explaining the gender gap in voting for populist radical right and populist radical left parties
N Spierings, A Zaslove
West European Politics 40 (4), 821-847, 2017
Getting personal? The impact of social media on preferential voting
N Spierings, K Jacobs
Political Behavior 36, 215-234, 2014
On the compatibility of Islam and gender equality: Effects of modernization, state Islamization, and democracy on women’s labor market participation in 45 Muslim countries
N Spierings, J Smits, M Verloo
Social Indicators Research 90, 503-522, 2009
Gender and populist radical-right politics: An introduction
N Spierings, A Zaslove, LM Mügge, SL De Lange
Patterns of prejudice 49 (1-2), 3-15, 2015
Social media, parties, and political inequalities
K Jacobs, N Spierings
Palgrave Macmillan, 2016
The inclusion of quantitative techniques and diversity in the mainstream of feminist research
N Spierings
European Journal of Women's Studies 19 (3), 331-347, 2012
Re-understanding religion and support for gender equality in Arab countries
S Glas, N Spierings, P Scheepers
Gender & Society 32 (5), 686-712, 2018
A populist paradise? Examining populists’ Twitter adoption and use
K Jacobs, N Spierings
Information, Communication & Society 22 (12), 1681-1696, 2019
Intergenerational consequences of migration: Socio-economic, family and cultural patterns of stability and change in Turkey and Europe
A Guveli, H Ganzeboom, L Platt, B Nauck, H Baykara-Krumme, S Eroglu, ...
Springer, 2016
Twitter and Facebook: Populists’ double-barreled gun?
K Jacobs, L Sandberg, N Spierings
New media & society 22 (4), 611-633, 2020
'Sexually modern nativist voters': do they exist and do they vote for the populist radical right?
N Spierings, M Lubbers, A Zaslove
Gender and the Radical and Extreme Right, 84-105, 2020
The influence of patriarchal norms, institutions, and household composition on women’s employment in twenty-eight Muslim-majority countries
N Spierings
Gender and Economics in Muslim Communities, 87-112, 2017
Conclusion: Dividing the populist radical right between ‘liberal nativism’and traditional conceptions of gender
N Spierings, A Zaslove
Patterns of Prejudice 49 (1-2), 163-173, 2015
Women’s employment in Muslim countries: Patterns of diversity
N Spierings
Springer, 2016
Homonationalism and voting for the populist radical right: Addressing unanswered questions by zooming in on the Dutch case
N Spierings
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 33 (1), 171-182, 2021
Gender equality attitudes among Turks in Western Europe and Turkey: the interrelated impact of migration and parents' attitudes
N Spierings
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41 (5), 749-771, 2015
The influence of Islamic orientations on democratic support and tolerance in five Arab countries
N Spierings
Politics and Religion 7 (4), 706-733, 2014
2,000 Families: identifying the research potential of an origins-of-migration study
A Guveli, HBG Ganzeboom, H Baykara-Krumme, L Platt, Ş Eroğlu, ...
Ethnic and Racial Studies 40 (14), 2558-2576, 2017
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