Internationale artikelen

2019 (1)

  • Bussemakers, C., Kraaykamp, G. & Tolsma, J. (2019). Co-occurrence of adverse childhood experiences and its association with family characteristics. A latent class analysis with Dutch population data. Child Abuse and Neglect, 98.

2018 (2)

  • Achbari, W., Gesthuizen, M. & Holm, J. (2018). Ethnic diversity and generalized trust: testing the contact hypothesis in Dutch voluntary organizations. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 47(4), 813-835.
  • Passaretta, G., Barbieri, P., Wolbers, M. H. J. & Visser, M. (2018). The direct effect of social origin on men’s occupational attainment over the early life course: An Italian-Dutch comparison. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 56, 1-11.

2015 (1)

  • Hek, M. van, G. Kraaykamp & Wolbers, M.H. (2015). Family resources and male–female educational attainment: Sex specific trends for Dutch cohorts (1930–1984). Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 40, 29-38.

2014 (3)

  • Ivanova, K., Kalmijn, M. & Uunk, W. (2014). Fertility after repartnering in the Netherlands: Parenthood or commitment? Advances in Life Course Research, 21, 101-112.
  • Lange, M. de, Wolbers, M. H., Gesthuizen, M., & Ultee, W. C. (2014). The Impact of Macro-and Micro-Economic Uncertainty on Family Formation in The Netherlands. European Journal of Population, 30(2), 161-185.
  • Tolsma, J. & Wolbers, M.H. (2014). Social origin and occupational success at labour market entry in The Netherlands, 1931–80. Acta Sociologica, 57(3), 253-269.

2013 (6)

  • Begall, K. (2013). How do educational and occupational resources relate to the timing of family formation? A couple analysis of the Netherlands. Demographic Research, 29, 907-936.
  • Houten, J. van, M., Gesthuizen, M. & Wolbers, M. H. (2013). Intergenerational transmission of occupational status: the role of voluntary association membership as an emerging compensatory strategy of reproduction. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 33, 13-26.
  • Kinsbergen, S., Tolsma, J. (2013). Explaining monetary donations to international development organisations: A factorial survey approach. Social Science Research, 42 (6), 1571-1586.
  • Kraaykamp, G., Oldenkamp, M., & Breedveld, K. (2013). Starting a sport in the Netherlands: A life-course analysis of the effects of individual, parental and partner characteristics. International review for the sociology of sport, 48(2), 153-170.
  • Kraaykamp, G., Tolsma, J. & Wolbers, M. H. (2013). Educational expansion and field of study: trends in the intergenerational transmission of educational inequality in the Netherlands. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 34(5-6), 888-906.
  • Notten, N., Kraaykamp, G. & Tolsma, J. (2013). Parents, television and children's weight status: On lasting effects of parental television socialization in the Netherlands. Journal of Children and Media, 7(2), 235-252.

2012 (4)

  • Begall, K. & Mills, M. C. (2012). The influence of educational field, occupation, and occupational sex segregation on fertility in the Netherlands. European Sociological Review, 29 (4), 720-742
  • Güveli, A., Luijkx, R. & Ganzeboom, H. (2012). Patterns of intergenerational mobility of the old and new middle classes in a post-industrial society: Netherlands 1970–2006. Social science research, 41, 2, 224-241.
  • Notten, N., Kraaykamp, G. & Konig, R. P. (2012). Family media matters: unraveling the intergenerational transmission of reading and television tastes. Sociological Perspectives, 55(4), 683-706.
  • Vettehen, P. H., Konig, R. P., Westerik, H. & Beentjes, H. (2012). Explaining television choices: The influence of parents and partners. Poetics, 40(6), 565-585.

2011 (2)

  • Bekkers, R. & Wiepking, P. (2011). Who gives? A literature review of predictors of charitable giving part one: religion, education, age and socialisation. Voluntary Sector Review, 2(3), 337-365.
  • Wolbers, M.H., Luijkx, R. & Ultee, W. (2011). Educational attainment, occupational achievements, career peaks: The Netherlands in the second part of the twentieth century. European Societies, 13(3), 425-450.

2010 (9)

  • Bekkers, R. (2010). Who gives what and when? A scenario study of intentions to give time and money. Social Science Research, 39(3), 369-381.
  • Coffé, H., & Need, A. (2010). Similarity in husbands and wives party family preference in the Netherlands. Electoral Studies, 29(2), 259-268.
  • Fouarge, D., Manzoni, A., Muffels, R. & Luijkx, R. (2010). Childbirth and cohort effects on mothers' labour supply: a comparative study using life history data for Germany, the Netherlands and Great Britain. Work, Employment & Society, 24(3), 487-507.
  • Kraaykamp, G. & Van Eijck, K. (2010). The intergenerational reproduction of cultural capital: A threefold perspective. Social Forces, 89(1), 209-231.
  • Notten, N. & Kraaykamp, G. (2010). Parental media socialization and educational attainment: Resource or disadvantage? Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 28(4), 453-464.
  • Tieben, N., de Graaf, P. M. & de Graaf, N. D. (2010). Changing effects of family background on transitions to secondary education in the Netherlands: Consequences of educational expansion and reform. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 28(1), 77-90.
  • Tieben, N. & Wolbers, M. (2010). Transitions to post-secondary and tertiary education in the Netherlands: a trend analysis of unconditional and conditional socio-economic background effects. Higher education, 60, 1, 85-100.
  • Tieben, N. & Wolbers, M. (2010). Success and failure in secondary education: socio‐economic background effects on secondary school outcome in the Netherlands, 1927–1998. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 31 (3), 277-290.
  • Werfhorst, H. G. van de & Luijkx, R. (2010). Educational field of study and social mobility: Disaggregating social origin and education. Sociology, 44(4), 695-715.

2009 (8)

  • Gils, W. van, G. Kraaykamp & T. van der Lippe (2009). Full-time Working Couples and Their Life Course. An Analysis of Leaving Full-time Employment. Journal of Sociological Research, 1, 1, 1-20
  • Jacob, M. & Tieben, N. (2009). Social selectivity of track mobility in secondary schools: a comparison of intra-secondary transitions in Germany and the Netherlands. European Societies, 11(5), 747-773.
  • Lubbers, M., Jaspers, E. & Ultee, W. C. (2009). Primary and Secondary Socialization Impacts on Support for Same-Sex Marriage after Legalization in the Netherlands. Journal of Family Issues, 30 (12), 1714-1745
  • Luijkx, R. & Wolbers, M. H. (2009). The effects of non-employment in early work-life on subsequent employment chances of individuals in the Netherlands. European Sociological Review, 25, 6, 647-660.
  • Notten, N. & Kraaykamp, G. (2009). Parents and the media: a study of social differentiation in parental media socialization. Poetics, 37(3), 185-200.
  • Ruiter, S. & De Graaf, N. D. (2009). Socio-economic payoffs of voluntary association involvement: A Dutch life course study. European Sociological Review, 25(4), 425-442.
  • Tieben, N. (2009). Parental resources and relative risk aversion in intra-secondary transitions: A trend analysis of non-standard educational decision situations in the Netherlands. European Sociological Review, 27, 1, 31-42.
  • Vries, J. de, de Graaf, N. D. & Eisinga, R. (2009). Biases in the effects of family background characteristics on voting preference: The Dutch case. Electoral Studies, 28(2), 204-217.

2008 (10)

  • Feijten, P., Hooimeijer, P. & Mulder, C. H. (2008). Residential experience and residential environment choice over the life course. Urban Studies, 45, 1, 141-162.
  • Gils, W. van & G. Kraaykamp (2008). The Emergence of Dual-Earner Couples: A Longitudinal study of the Netherlands. International Sociology, 23, 3, 345-366.
  • Jaspers, E., Lubbers, M. & De Vries, J. (2008). Parents, children and the distance between them: long term socialization effects in the Netherlands. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 39, 1, 39-53.
  • Konig, R., Kraaykamp, G. & Westerik, H. (2008). Partners’ Influence on each other’s Television Exposure: Dominance or Symmetry? Communications. The European Journal of Communication Research, 33, 3, 371-384.
  • Kraaykamp, G., Gils, W. van & Ultee, W. C. (2008). Cultural Participation and Time Restrictions: Explaining the Frequency of Individual and Joint Cultural Visits. Poetics, 36, 316-332.
  • Putten, A. van E., Dykstra, P. A. & Schippers, J. J. (2008). Just like mom? The intergenerational reproduction of women's paid work. European Sociological Review, 24(4), 435-449.
  • Verbakel, E. & DiPrete, T. A. (2008). The value of non-work time in cross-national quality of life comparisons: The case of the United States vs. the Netherlands. Social Forces, 87(2), 679-712.
  • Verbakel, E. & Graaf, P.M. de (2008). Resources of the Partner: Support or Restriction in the Occupational Career? Developments in the Netherlands between 1940 and 2003. European Sociological Review, 24, 81-95.
  • Vries, J. de & Graaf, P.M. de (2008). Is the intergenerational transmission of high cultural activities biased by the retrospective measurement of parental high cultural activities? Social Indicators Research, 85(2), 311-327.
  • Vries, J. de & De Graaf, P. M. (2008). The reliability of family background effects on status attainment: Multiple informant models. Quality & Quantity, 42(2), 203-234.

2007 (6)

  • Feijten, P. & Ham, M. van (2007) Residential mobility and migration of the separated. Demographic Research, 17, 21, 623-654.
  • Fischer, T. (2007). Parental divorce and children's socio-economic success: Conditional effects of parental resources prior to divorce, and gender of the child. Sociology, 41(3), 475-495.
  • Güveli, A., Need, A. & Graaf, N. D. de (2007a). The rise of ‘new’ social classes within the service class in the Netherlands. Political orientation of social and cultural specialists and technocrats between 1970 and 2003. Acta Sociologica, 50 (2), 129-146
  • Güveli, A., Need, A. & Graaf, N. D. de (2007b). Socio-political, cultural and economic preferences and behaviour of the social and cultural specialists versus the technocrats. Social Class or Education? Social Indicators Research 81, 3, 597-631.
  • Kraaykamp, G., Eijck, K. van, Ultee, W. C. & Rees. K. van (2007). Status and Media Use in the Netherlands. Do partners affect media tastes? Poetics, 35, 132-151.
  • Monden, C. (2007). Partners in health? Exploring resemblance in health between partners in married and cohabiting couples. Sociology of health & illness, 29(3), 391-411.

2006 (6)

  • Bekkers, R. (2006). Traditional and health-related philanthropy: The role of resources and personality. Social Psychology Quarterly, 69(4), 349-366.
  • Emmerik, IJ. H. van & Jawahar, I. M. (2006). The independent relationships of objective and subjective workload with couples' mood. Human Relations, 59, 10, 1371-1392.
  • Gelissen, J. & Graaf, P. M. de (2006). Personality, social background, and occupational career success. Social Science Research, 35, 702-726.
  • Gesthuizen, M. (2006). How socially committed are the Dutch low-educated? Historical trends, life-course changes, and two explanations for educational differences. European Sociological Review, 22, 1, 91-105.
  • Mulder, C. H., Clark, W. A. V. & Wagner, M. (2006). Resources, living arrangements and first union formation in the United States, the Netherlands and West Germany. European Journal of Population, 22, 3-35.
  • Steijn, B., Need, A. & Gesthuizen, M. (2006). Long-term effect of labor market entry in the Netherlands, 1950-2000. Work Employment and Society, 20, nr. 3, 453-472.

2005 (9)

  • Eijck, K. van & Graaf, P. M. de (2005). The big five at school: The impact of personality on educational attainment. Netherlands’ Journal of Social Sciences, 41, 24-42.
  • Feijten, P. (2005) Union dissolution, unemployment and moving out of homeownership. European Sociological Review, 21, 1, 59-71.
  • Feijten, P. & Mulder, C. H. (2005). Life course experience and housing quality. Housing Studies, 20, 4, 571-587.
  • Gesthuizen, M., Graaf, P. M. de & Kraaykamp, G. (2005). The Changing Family Background of the Low-Educated in the Netherlands. Socio-Economic, Cultural and Socio-Demographic Resources. European Sociological Review, 21, 441-452.
  • Kalmijn, M. & Kraaykamp, G. (2005). Late or Later. A Sibling Analysis of the Effect of Maternal Age on Children’s Schooling. Social Science Research, 34, 634-650.
  • Kalmijn, M. & Luijkx, R. (2005). Has the reciprocal relationship between employment and marriage changed for men? An analysis of the life histories of men born in the Netherlands between 1930 and 1970. Population studies, 59(2), 211-231.
  • Kraaykamp, G. & Eijck, K. van (2005). Personality, media preferences, and cultural participation. Personality and Individual Differences, 38, 1675-1688.
  • Monden, C. W. S. (2005). Current and lifetime exposure to working conditions: Do they explain educational differences in subjective health? Social Science and Medicine, 60, 11, 2465-2476.
  • Mulder, C. H. & Ham, M. van (2005). Migration histories and occupational achievement. Population, Space and Place, 11, 173-186.

2004 (2)

  • Monden, C. W. S. (2004). Current or lifetime smoking? Consequences for explaining educational inequalities in self-reported health. Preventive Medicine, 39, 1, 19-26.
  • Sieben, I. & Graaf, P. M. de (2004). Schooling or Social Origin? The Bias in the Effect of Educational Attainment on Social Orientations. European Sociological Review, 20, 107-122.

2003 (6)

  • Feijten, P., Mulder, C. H. & Baizan, P. (2003). Age differentiation in the effect of household situation on first-time homeownership. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 18, 233-255.
  • Kraaykamp, G. (2003). Literary Socialization and Reading Preferences. Effects of Parents, the Library, and the School. Poetics, 31, 235-257.
  • Moerbeek, H. H. S. & Need, A. (2003). Enemies at Work: Can they hinder your career? Social Networks, 25, 1, 67-82.
  • Monden, C. W. S., Kraaykamp, G. & Graaf, N. D. de (2003). How Important are Parents and Partners for Smoking Cessation in Adulthood? An Event History Analysis. Preventive Medicine, 36, 2, 197-203.
  • Monden, C. W. S., Lenthe, F. van, Graaf, N. D. de & Kraaykamp, G. (2003). Partner’s and own Education: Does Who You Live with Matter for Self-Assessed Health, Smoking and Escessive Alcohol Consumption? Social Science and Medicine, 57, 10, 1901-1912.
  • Sieben, I. & Graaf, P.M. de (2003). The Total Impact of the Family on Educational Attainment: A Comparative Sibling Analysis. European Societies, 5, 33-68.

2002 (10)

  • Feijten, P. M. & Mulder, C. H. (2002). The timing of household events and housing events: A longitudinal perspective. Housing Studies, 17, 5, 773-792.
  • Gesthuizen, M. & Kraaykamp, G. (2002). Verbal Ability of Lowe-Educated People in the Netherlands. The Downside of Educational Expansion. The Netherlands’ Journal of Social Science, 38, 3, 191-211.
  • Graaf, N.D. de, & Graaf, P.M. de (2002). Formal and popular dimensions of cultural capital: Effects on children's educational attainment. The Netherlands' Journal of Social Sciences, 38(2), 167-186.
  • Korupp, S. E., Ganzeboom, H. B., & Sanders, K. (2002). Wie die Mutter, so die Tochter? Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, 54(1), 1-26.
  • Korrup, S. E., Ganzeboom, H. B. G., & Lippe, T. V. D. (2002). Do mothers matter? A comparison of models of the influence of mother’s and father’s education and occupational status on children’s educational attainment. Quality and Quantity, 36(1), 17-42.
  • Kraaykamp, G. (2002). Cumulative Advantages and Inequality in Lifestyle. A Dutch Description of Taste. The Netherlands’ Journal of Social Sciences, 38, 121-142.
  • Mulder, C. H. & Hooimeijer, P. (2002). Leaving home in the Netherlands: Timing and first housing. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment, 17, 3, 237-268.
  • Mulder, C. H., Clark, W. A. V. & Wagner, M. (2002). A comparative analysis of leaving home in the United States, the Netherlands and West Germany. Demographic Research, 7, 17, 565-592.
  • Werfhorst, H. G. van de (2002). Fields of Study, Acquired Skills and the Wage Benefit from a Matching Job. Acta Sociologica, 45, 287-303.
  • Werfhorst, H. G. van de (2002). A Detailed Examination of the Role of Education in Intergenerational Social Class Mobility. Social Science Information, 41, 407-438

2001 (7)

  • Graaf, P. M. de & Kalmijn, M. (2001). Trends in the transmission of cultural and economic status. Acta Sociologica, 44, 51-66.
  • Kraaykamp, G. (2001). Parents, Personality and Media Preferences, Communications. The European Journal of Communication Research, 26, 1, 9-30.
  • Mulder, C. H. & Wagner, M. (2001). The connections between family formation and first-time home ownership in the context of West Germany and the Netherlands. European Journal of Population, 17, 137-164.
  • Sieben, I. & Graaf, P. M. de (2001). Testing the Modernization Hypothesis and the Socialist Ideology Hypothesis: a Comparative Sibling Analysis of Educational Attainment and Occupational Status. British Journal of Sociology, 52, 441-467.
  • Sieben, I., Graaf, P. M. de & Huinink, J. J. (2001). Family background and sibling resemblance in educational attainment: trends in the former FRG, the former GDR, and the Netherlands. European Sociological Review, 17, 401-430.
  • Werfhorst, H. G. van de & Kraaykamp, G. (2001). Four Field-Related Educational Resources and Their Impact on Labor, Consumption and Sociopolitical Orientation. Sociology of Education, 74, 296-317.
  • Werfhorst, H. G. van de, Graaf, N. D. de & Kraaykamp, G. (2001). Intergenerational Resemblance in Field of Study in the Netherlands. European Sociological Review, 17, 3, 275-294.

2000 (3)

  • Graaf, N. D. de, Graaf, P. M. de & Kraaykamp, G. (2000). Parental Cultural Capital and Educational Attainment in The Netherlands. A refinement of the cultural capital perspective. Sociology of Education, 73, 92-111.
  • Nieuwbeerta, P., Graaf, N.D. de & Ultee, W.C. (2000). The Effects of Class Mobility on Class Voting in Post-War Western Industrialized Countries. European Sociological Review, 16(4), 327-348.
  • Werfhorst, H. G. van de, Kraaykamp, G. & Graaf, N. D. de (2000). Intergenerational Transmission of Educational Field-Resources. The impact of Parental Resources and Socialisation Practices on Children’s Fields of Study in the Netherlands. The Netherlands’ Journal of Social Sciences, 36, 188-210.

1999 (4)

  • Berkel, M. van & Graaf, N. D. de (1999). By Virtue of Pleasantness? Housework and the Effects of Education Revisited. Sociology, 33, 785-808.
  • Eijck, K. van (1999). Socialization, education, and lifestyle: How social mobility increases the cultural heterogeneity of status groups. Poetics, 26, 309-328.
  • Graaf, N. D. de (1999). Event History Data and Making a History Out of Cross-Sectional Data: How to answer the question ‘why cohorts differ?’. Quality and Quantity, 33, 261-276.
  • Mulder, C. H. & Smits, J. (1999). First-time home-ownership of couples: the effect of inter-generational transmission. European Sociological Review, 15, 3, 323-337.

1998 (6)

  • Berkel, M. van (1998). Political Preferences and Class Identity Among Spouses: Who Dominates When? The Netherlands' Journal of Social Sciences, 34, 23-43.
  • Berkel, M. van & Graaf, N. D. de (1998). Married Women's Economic Dependency in the Netherlands, 1979-1991. British Journal of Sociology, 49, 97-117.
  • Bernasco, W., Graaf, P. M. de & Ultee, W. C. (1998). Coupled Careers. Effects of spouse’s Resources on Occupational Attainment in the Netherlands. European Sociological Review, 14, 1, 15-31.
  • Janssen, J. P. G., Need, A. & Graaf, N. D. de (1998). Does Intergenerational Class and Religious Mobility Affect Class-Based and Religion-Based Voting? Acta Politica, 33, 1, 56-76.
  • Molenaar, I. W. (1998). Data, model, conclusion, doing it again. Psychometrika, 63(4), 315-340.
  • Mulder, C. H. & Wagner, M. (1998). First-time home-ownership in the family life course: a West German-Dutch comparison. Urban Studies, 35, 4, 687-713.

1997 (2)

  • Eijck, K. van (1997). The impact of family background and educational attainment on cultural consumption: A sibling analysis. Poetics, 25, 195-224.
  • Iedema, J., Becker, H. A. & Sanders, K. (1997). Transitions into independence: A comparison of cohorts born since 1930 in the Netherlands. European Sociological Review, 13, 2, 117-137.

1996 (1)

  • Need, A. & Graaf, N. D. de (1996). ‘Losing My Religion’: A Dynamic Analysis of Leaving the Church in the Netherlands. European Sociological Review, 12, 1, 87-99.

1995 (2)

  • Berkel, M. van & Graaf, N. D. de (1995). Husband’s and Wife’s Culture Participation and Their Levels of Education: A Case of Male Dominance? Acta Sociologica, 38, 131-149.
  • Eijck, K. van & Graaf, P. M. de (1995). The impact of family structure on the educational attainment of Hungarian siblings. European Sociological Review, 11, 273-292.