Our former Ph.D. students


Paul Hindriks, 2018.
The Struggle for Power: Attitudes towards the political participation of ethnic minorities

Manja Coopmans, 2018.
Rituals of the past in the context of the present: The role of Remembrance Day and Liberation Day in Dutch society.

Yassine Khoudja, 2018.
Women’s Labor Market Participation Across Ethnic Groups – The Role of Household Conditions, Gender Role Attitudes, and Religiosity in Different National Contexts

Jellie Sierksma, 2015.
Bounded Helping: How morality and intergroup relations shape children’s reasoning about helping

Cha-Hsuan Liu, 2014.
Suffering in silence? The adequacy of Dutch mental health care provision for ethnic Chinese in the Netherlands

Martijn Hogerbrugge, 2014.
Misfortune and Family. How negative events, family ties and lives are linked

Esther Havekes, 2014.
Putting interethnic attitudes in context. The relationship between neighbourhood characteristics, interethnic attitudes and residential behaviour

Roza Meuleman, 2014.
Consuming the nation. Domestic cultural consumption: its stratification and relation with nationalist attitudes

Caroline Ng Tseung, 2014.
Adolescents living multiculturalism: Intergroup relations in multicultural Mauritius

Thomas de Vroome, 2013.
Earning your place: the relation between immigrants’ economic and psychological integration in the Netherlands

Lieselotte Blommaert, 2013.
Are Joris and Renske more employable than Rashid and Samira? A study on the prevalence and sources of ethnic discrimination in recruitment in the Netherlands using experimental and survey data

Hidde Bekhuis, 2013.
The popularity of domestic cultural products: cross-national differences and the relation to globalization

Anke Munniksma, 2013.
Crossing ethnic boundaries: parental resistance to and consequences of adolescents’ cross-ethnic peer relations

Maike Gieling, 2012.
Dealing with diversity: adolescents’ support for civil liberties and immigrant rights

Mieke Maliepaard, 2012.
Religious trends and social integration: Muslim minorities in the Netherlands

Miranda Vervoort, 2012.
Living together apart? ethnic concentration in the neighbourhood and ethnic minorities’ social contacts and language practices.

Agnieszka Kanas, 2011.
The economic performance of immigrants. The role of human and social capital

Claudia de Freitas, 2011.
Participation in mental health care by ethnic minority users: Case studies from the Netherlands and Brazil

Violaine Veen, 2011.Risk profiles of youth in pre-trial detention: A comparative study of Moroccan and Dutch male adolescents in the Netherlands.

Anca Minescu, 2011.
The Struggle for Group Positions and Inter-ethnic Attitudes in Russia.

Fenella Fleischmann, 2011.
Second-generation Muslims in European Societies, Comparative Perspectives on Education and Religion

Willem Huijnk, 2011.
Family Life and Ethnic Attitudes, The Role of the Family for Attitudes towards Intermarriage and Acculturation among Minority and Majority Groups

Borja Martinovic, 2010.
Interethnic Contacts, A Dynamic Analysis of Interaction between Immigrants and Natives in Western Countries

Katerina Pouliasi, 2010.
Culture, Self-understanding, and the Bicultural Mind, A Study in Greece and The Netherlands

Djamila Schans, 2007.
Ethnic Diversity in Intergenerational Solidarity

Iris Andriessen, 2006.
Socio-cultural Factors and School Engagement: A study among Turkish, Moroccan, Assyrian and native Dutch youth in the Netherlands

Peter Reinsch, 2000.
Measuring Immigrant Integration Diversity in a Dutch City

Jose Pepels, 1999.
The Myth of the Positive Crossed Categorization Effect

Edwin Poppe, 1999.
National and Ethnic Stereotypes in Central and Eastern Europe. A Study among Adolescents in Six Countries

Pretty Liem, 1999.
Steadily Forward. Status Attainment of Surinamese in The Netherlands

Alfons Fermin, 1997.
Nederlandse Politieke partijen over Minderhedenbeleid, 1977-1995

Hub Linssen, 1995.
Nationality Stereotypes in Europe, Content and Change