Erik van Ingen
Erik van Ingen
Associate Professor, VU Amsterdam
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Schools of democracy? Disentangling the relationship between civic participation and political action in 17 European countries
TWG Van der Meer, EJ Van Ingen
European Journal of Political Research 48 (2), 281-308, 2009
Generalized trust through civic engagement? Evidence from five national panel studies
E Van Ingen, R Bekkers
Political Psychology 36 (3), 277-294, 2015
I volunteer, therefore I am? Factors affecting volunteer role identity
E van Ingen, J Wilson
Nonprofit and voluntary sector quarterly 46 (1), 29-46, 2017
Leisure and social capital: An analysis of types of company and activities
E Van Ingen, K Van Eijck
Leisure Sciences 31 (2), 192-206, 2009
Secularization and changing moral views: European trends in church attendance and views on homosexuality, divorce, abortion, and euthanasia
L Halman, E Van Ingen
European Sociological Review 31 (5), 616-627, 2015
Changes in the determinants of volunteering: Participation and time investment between 1975 and 2005 in the Netherlands
E Van Ingen, P Dekker
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 40 (4), 682-702, 2011
Online coping after negative life events: Measurement, prevalence, and relation with internet activities and well-being
E Van Ingen, S Utz, V Toepoel
Social Science Computer Review 34 (5), 511-529, 2016
Schools or pools of democracy? A longitudinal test of the relation between civic participation and political socialization
E Van Ingen, T Van der Meer
Political Behavior 38, 83-103, 2016
Does the rise of the Internet bring erosion of strong ties? Analyses of social media use and changes in core discussion networks
E Vriens, E van Ingen
New media & society 20 (7), 2432-2449, 2018
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
Inequality, wealth and health: Is decreasing income inequality the key to create healthier societies?
IA Pop, E Van Ingen, W Van Oorschot
Social Indicators Research 113, 1025-1043, 2013
Does religion breed trust? A cross‐national study of the effects of religious involvement, religious faith, and religious context on social trust
E Dingemans, E Van Ingen
Journal for the scientific study of religion 54 (4), 739-755, 2015
Welfare state expenditure and inequalities in voluntary association participation
E Van Ingen, T Van der Meer
Journal of European Social Policy 21 (4), 302-322, 2011
Social participation revisited: Disentangling and explaining period, life-cycle and cohort effects
E Van Ingen
Acta Sociologica 51 (2), 103-121, 2008
The link between inequality and population health in low and middle income countries: policy myth or social reality?
I van Deurzen, W Van Oorschot, E van Ingen
PloS one 9 (12), e115109, 2014
Income inequality and depression: the role of social comparisons and coping resources
I Van Deurzen, E Van Ingen, WJH Van Oorschot
European sociological review 31 (4), 477-489, 2015
Explanations of changes in church attendance between 1970 and 2009
E Van Ingen, N Moor
Social science research 52, 558-569, 2015
Predictors of mobilizing online coping versus offline coping resources after negative life events
E van Ingen, KB Wright
Computers in Human Behavior 59, 431-439, 2016
Nonresponse in the Dutch time use survey: Strategies for response enhancement and bias reduction
EV Ingen, I Stoop, K Breedveld
Field Methods 21 (1), 69-90, 2009
De tijd als spiegel
K Breedveld, A Broek, J Haan, L Harms, F Huysmans, E Ingen
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