Publicaties SOCON

2020 (2)

  • Jagt-Jelsma, W. van der., Vries-Schot, M., de., Scheepers, P., Deurzen, P.A.M. van., Klip, H. & Buitelaar, J. K. (2020). Longitudinal study of religiosity and mental health of adolescents with psychiatric problems. The TRAILS study. European Psychiatry, 45, 65-71.

  • Kregting, J. (2020). The persistent religious gender gap in the Netherlands in times of secularization, 1996-2015. Zürich: Lit Verslag.

2019 (2)

  • Kregting, J., Scheepers, P., Vermeer, P. & Hermans, C. (2019). Why Dutch women are still more religious than Dutch men: Explaining the persistent religious gender gap in the Netherlands using a multifactorial approach. Review of Religious Research, 61, 81-108.

  • Thijs, P., Grotenhuis, M. te., Scheepers, P. & Brink, M. van den. (2019). The rise in support for gender egalitarianism in the Netherlands, 1997-2006: the roles of educational expansion, secularization and female labor force participation. Sex Roles, 81, 594-609.

2018 (2)

  • Kregting, J., Scheepers, P., Vermeer, P. & Hermans, C. (2018). Why god has left the Netherlands: Explanations for the decline of institutional Christianity in the Netherlands between 1966 and 2015. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 57(1), 58-79.

  • Thijs, P. (2018). Trends in cultural conservatism: the role of educational expansion, secularisation, and changing national contexts (Dissertatie, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen).

2017 (2)

  • Dijk-Groeneboer, M. C. H. van. (2017). Religious education in the secularized Netherlands. International Studies in Catholic Education, 9(1), 17-28.

  • Thijs, P., Grotenhuis, M. te. & Scheepers, P. (2017). The paradox of rising ethnic prejudice in times of educational expansion and secularization in the Netherlands, 1985-2011. Social Indicators Research, 139, 653-678.

2016 (1)

  • Savelkoul, M. & Scheepers, P. (2016). Why lower educated people are more likely to cast their vote for radical right parties: Testing alternative explanations in The Netherlands. Acta Politica, 52(4), 544-573.

2014 (1)

  • Meuleman, R., & Lubbers, M. (2014). The social distinction in having domestic versus foreign favorite music artists. Poetics45, 55-71.

2013 (1)

  • Meuleman, R., & Lubbers, M. (2013). Manifestations of nationalist attitudes: domestic music listening, participation in national celebrations, and far right voting. European Sociological Review29(6), 1214-1225.

2011 (3)

  • Bolt, S., R. Eisinga, E. Venbrux, J.B.M. Kuks, P.O. Gerrits (2011). Personality and motivation for body donation. Annals of Anatomy, 193, 112-117.

  • Eisinga, R., M. te Grotenhuis, J.K. Larsen, B. Pelzer, T. van Strien (2011). BMI of interviewer effects. International Journal of Public Opinion Research. doi:10.1093/ijpor/edr026

  • Savelkoul, M., Scheepers, P., Tolsma, J., Hagendoorn, L. (2011). Anti-Muslim attitudes in the Netherlands, tests of contradictory hypotheses derived from ethnic competition theory and intergroup contact theory, European Sociological Review, 27, 6, 741-758.

2010 (3)

  • Emons, P., Wester, F., Scheepers, P. (2010). He works outside the home, she drinks coffee and does the dishes: gender roles in fiction programs on Dutch television, Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 54, 1, 40-53.

  • Schlueter, E., Scheepers, P. (2010). The relationship between outgroup size and anti-outgroup attitudes: a theoretical synthesis and empirical test of group threat and intergroup contact theory. Social Science Research, 39, 2, 28, 285-295.

  • Van Londen, M., Coenders, M., & Scheepers, P. (2010). Effects of Issue Frames on Aversion to Ethnic-Targeted School Policies. Methodology: European Journal of Research Methods for the Behavioral and Social Sciences, 6, 3, 96-106.

2009 (1)

  • Emons, P., Scheepers, P., Wester, F. (2009). Longitudinal changes in religiosity in Dutch society and drama programs on television 1980-2005. Journal of Media and Religion, 8, 24-39.

2008 (2)

  • Banziger, S., Janssen, J. & Scheepers, P. (2008). Praying in a secularized society, an empirical study of praying practices and varieties. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 18, 256-265.

  • Graaf, N.D. de , & Grotenhuis, M. te. (2008). Traditional Christian belief and belief in the supernatural: diverging trends in the Netherlands between 1979 and 2005? Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 47,4, 585-598.

2007 (1)

  • Oomens, S., Geurts, S. Scheepers, P. (2007). Combining work and family in the Netherlands, blessing or burden for one’s mental health? International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 30, 369-384.

2006 (1)

  • Lubbers, M., Coenders, M., Scheepers, P. (2006). Objections to asylum seeker centers: individual and contextual determinants of resistance to small and large centres in the Netherlands. European Sociological Review, 22, 3, 243-257.