Dr R. Meuleman (Roza)
Assistant professor - Radboud Social Cultural Research
Assistant professor - Sociology
Roza Meuleman is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Sociology at the Radboud University and an affiliate of the research institute Radboud Social Cultural Research (RSCR) and the Interuniversity Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology (ICS).
Her research focuses on cultural and social capital, their consequences on the job market, and the differences herein between men and women. In 2017 she received a veni grant (NWO) to study the role of cultural tastes in accessing social network resources and the consequences for social inequality and social cohesion.
Roza Meuleman was involved in the coordination of several datacollections: the European Social Survey Round 7 (2014-2015), Round 8 (2016-2017), and Round 9 (2018-2019) (ESS: Netherlands), Family Survey Dutch Population (FSDP). Besides, she collaborated with the Longitudinal Internet studies for the Social Sciences (LISS panel) on several data collections.
- Meuleman, R. (2021). Cultural connections: the relation between cultural tastes and socioeconomic network resources. Poetics. (Advanced online publication). (Open Access). Full text
- Blommaert, E.C.C.A., Meuleman, R., Leenheer, S. & Butkevica, A. (2020). The gender gap in job authority: Do social network resources matter? Acta Sociologica, 63 (4), 381-399. Full text
- Mensvoort, C.A. van, Kraaykamp, G.L.M., Meuleman, R. & Brink, M.C.L. van den (2020). A cross-country comparison of gender traditionalism in business leadership: How supportive are female supervisors? Work, Employment and Society. (Advanced online publication). Full text
- Meuleman, R., Kraaykamp, G., & Verbakel, E. (2017). Do female colleagues and supervisors influence family role attitudes? Journal of Marriage and Family, 79(1): 277-293. Full text
- Meuleman, R. & Lubbers, M. (2013). Manifestations of nationalist attitudes: Domestic music listening, participation in national celebrations, and far right voting. European Sociological Review, 29(6), 1214-1225. Full text
Research grants and prizes
- Veni grant (NWO): Cultural connections: the role of cultural tastes in accessing social network resources and the consequences for social inequality and social cohesion More information
- Cultural connections: the role of cultural tastes in accessing social network resources and the consequences for social inequality and social cohesion More information
- Successful women: Individual opportunities, company policies and general opinions More information
- European Social Survey in the Netherlands: Round 7 (2014-2015), Round 8 (2016-2017), Round 9 (2018-2019) More information
- Migrants’ Welfare State Attitudes More information