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Publications of the ICS Faculty, Postdocs and Ph.D students in 2009

Aksoy, O. & Weesie, H.M. (2009). Inequality and procedural justice in social dilemmas. Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 33(4), 303-322.

Aussems, M.E., Boomsma, A. & Snijders, T.A.B. (2009). The use of quasi-experiments in the social sciences: a content analysis - Online First. Quality & Quantity, 1-22.

Avendano, M., Huijts, T. & Subramanian, S.V. (2009). [Letter to the editor] RE: Are Americans feeling less healthy? The puzzle of trends in self-rated health. American Journal of Epidemiology, 170, 1581-1582.

Bakker, D.H. de & Groenewegen, P.P. (2009). Primary care in the Netherlands: current situation and trends. Italian Journal of Public Health, 6, 128-135.

Barrera, D. & Bunt, G. van de (2009). Learning to trust: network effects through time. European Sociological Review, 25(6), 709-721.

Barrera, D. & Buskens, V.W. (2009). Third-party effects. In K.S. Cook, C. Snijders, V. Buskens & C. Cheshire (Eds.), eTrust. Forming Relationships in the Online World, (pp. 37-72). New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Bekhuis, H., Ruiter, S. & Coenders, M.T.A. (2009). Xenofobie onder jongeren: de invloed van interetnisch contact. Mens en Maatschappij, 84(1), 72-102.

Bekkers, R.H.F.P. (2009). A new national service learning program in the Netherlands: preliminary evidence. Forum21 - European Journal on Child and Youth Research, 3, 62-68.

Bekkers, R.H.F.P. (2009). Special: Fondsenwerving in tijden van crises. In Th.N.M. Schuyt, B.M. Gouwenberg & R.H.F.P. Bekkers (Eds.), Geven in Nederland 2009. Giften, Legaten, Sponsoring en Vrijwilligerswerk, (pp. 186-195). Amsterdam: Reed Business.

Bekkers, R.H.F.P. & Boezeman, E. (2009). Geven van tijd: vrijwilligerswerk. In Th.N.M. Schuyt, B.M. Gouwenbergh & R.H.F.P. Bekkers (Eds.), Geven in Nederland 2009. Giften, Legaten, Sponsoring en Vrijwilligerswerk, (pp. 89-102). Amsterdam: Reed Business.

Bekkers, R.H.F.P. & Bowman, W. (2009). The relationship between confidence in charitable organizations and volunteering revisited. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 38(5), 884-897.

Bekkers, R.H.F.P. & Mariani, E.E. (2009). Gebruik van de giftenaftrek in Nederland, 1977-2007. In Th.N.M. Schuyt, B.M. Gouwenberg & R.H.F.P. Bekkers (Eds.), Geven in Nederland 2009. Giften, Legaten, Sponsoring en Vrijwilligerswerk, (pp. 176-185). Amsterdam: Reed Business.

Bekkers, R.H.F.P. & Ruiter, S. (2009). Generatieverschillen in maatschappelijke waarden en vrijwillige inzet. In P. Dekker & J. de Hart (Eds.), Vrijwilligers in Meervoud: Civil Society en Vrijwilligerswerk 5, (pp. 178-194). The Hague: SCP.

Bekkers, R.H.F.P., Wiepking, P. & Boonstoppel, E. (2009). Geven door huishoudens en individuen. In Th..N.M. Schuyt, B.M. Gouwenbergh & R.H.F.P. Bekkers (Eds.), Geven in Nederland 2009. Giften, Legaten, Sponsoring en Vrijwilligerswerk, (pp. 27-50). Amsterdam: Reed Business.

Berg, M. van den, Bakker, D.H. de, Spreeuwenberg, P., Westert, G.P., Zee, J. van der & Groenewegen, P.P. (2009). Labour intensity of guidelines may have a greater effect on adherence than GP's workload. BMC Family Practice [E], 10(74).

Berg, M. van den, Bakker, D.H. de, Westert, G.P., Zee, J. van der & Groenewegen, P.P. (2009). Do list size and remuneration affect GP's decisions about how they provide consultations? BMC Health Services Research, 9. doi:10.1186/1472-6963-9-39.

Bersani, B., Laub, J.H. & Nieuwbeerta, P. (2009). Marriage and desistance from crime in the Netherlands: do gender and socio-historical context matter. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 25, 3-24.

Bersani, B., Nieuwbeerta, P. & Laub, J.H. (2009). Predicting trajectories of offending over the life course: findings from a Dutch conviction cohort. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 46, 468-494.

Blokland, A.A.J. & Nieuwbeerta, P. (2009). Life course criminology. In S.G. Shoham, P. Knepper & M. Kett (Eds.), International Handbook of Criminology, (pp. 52-85). London: Taylor & Francis.

Boer, M.S. de & Jansen, W. Opvattingen over eer gerelateerd geweld onder Turkse jongeren in Nederland. Migrantenstudies. Tijdschrift voor Migratie- en Etnische Studies, 25, 324-333.

Bolzendahl, C. & Coffé, H.R. (2009). A gender gap in citizenship norms? The importance of political, civil and social rights and responsibilities. The British Journal of Sociology, 60(4), 763-791.

Botterman, S., Hooghe, M. & Bekkers, R.H.F.P. (2009). Levensbeschouwing en maatschappelijke participatie: is levensbeschouwing nog steeds een motiverende factor? In J. Pickery (Ed.), Vlaanderen Gepeild 2009, (pp. 7-29). Brussel: Studiedienst van de Vlaamse Regering.

Brandes, U., Lerner, J. & Snijders, T.A.B. (2009). Networks evolving step by step: statistical analysis of dyadic event data. In N. Memon & R. Alhajj (Eds.), Advances in Social Network Analysis and Mining, (pp. 200-205). Digital Library: IEEE Computer Society.

Brummelhuis, L.L. ten (2009). Reducing burnout through support in the workplace and the family domain. In R.V. Schwartzhoffer (Ed.), Psychology of Burnout: Predictors and Coping Mechanisms, (pp. 63-90). Hauppauge NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Brummelhuis, L.L. ten (2009). Family Matters at Work. Depleting and Enriching Effects of Employees' Family Lives on Work Outcomes. ICS Dissertation Series, (pp. 179). Enschede: Ipskamp Drukkers.

Brummelhuis, L.L. ten, Lippe, T. van der & Kluwer, E.S. (2009). Family involvement and helping behaviour in teams. Journal of Management, 20, 1-25.

Buchholz, S., Hofäcker, D., Mills, M., Blossfeld, H.P., Kurz, K. & Hofmeister, H. (2009). Life courses in the globalization process: the development of social inequalities in modern societies. A summary of findings from the GLOBALIFE Project. European Sociological Review, 25(1), 53-72.

Bucx, A.J.E.H. (2009). Linked Lives. Young Adults' Life Course and Relations with Parents. ICS Dissertation Series, (pp. 211). The Hague: DTP Textcetera.

Burger, M.J. & Buskens, V.W. (2009). Context and network formation: an experimental study. Social Networks, 31(1), 63-75.

Bushway, S., Sweeten, G. & Nieuwbeerta, P. (2009). Measuring long term individual trajectories of offending using multiple methods. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 25, 259-286.

Buskens, V.W., Raub, W. & Veer, J. van der (2009). Embedded trust: an experiment on learning and control effects. In Mario Paolucci (Ed.), Proceedings of the First International Conference on Reputation: Theory and Technology - ICORE 09 (pp. 122-136).

Ciairano, S., Molinengo, G, Bonino, S, Miceli, R & Schuur,W.H. van (2009). Age of initiation with different substances and relationships with resources and vulnerabilities: a cross-national study. European Journal of Developmental Psychology, 6(6), 666-686.

Coenders, M.T.A., Lubbers, M. & Scheepers, P. (2009). Opposition to civil rights for legal migrants in Central and Eastern Europe: cross-national comparisons and explanations. East European Politics and Societies, 23(2), 146-164.

Coffé, H.R. (2009). Social capital and community heterogeneity. Social Indicators Research, 91(2), 155-170.

Cook, K.S., Snijders, C.C.P., Buskens, V.W. & Cheshire, C. (2009). Introduction. In K.S. Cook, C.C.P. Snijders, V.W. Buskens & C. Cheshire (Eds.), eTrust: Forming Relationships in the Online World, (pp. 1-12). New York: Russell Sage.

Cook, K.S., Snijders, C.C.P., Buskens, V.W. & Cheshire, C. (Eds.). (2009). eTrust: Forming Relationships in the Online World, (pp. 320). New York: Rusell Sage.

Corten, R. (2009). Co-Evolution of Social Networks and Behavior in Social Dilemmas. ICS Dissertation Series, (pp. 180). Wageningen: Ponsen & Looijen.

Corten, R. & Cook, K.S. (2009). Cooperation and reputation in dynamic networks. In M. Paolucci (Ed.), Proceedings of the First International Conference on Reputation: Theory and Technology -ICORE 09 (pp. 20-34).

Damman, O.C., Hendriks, M., Rademakers, J., Delnoij, D.M.J. & Groenewegen, P.P. (2009). How do healthcare consumers process and evaluate comparative healthcare information? A qualitive study using cognitive interviews. BMC Public Health [E],(9). doi:10.1186/1471-2458-9-423.

Damman, O.C., Stubbe, J.H., Hendriks, M., Arah, O.A., Spreeuwenberg, P., Delnoij, D.M.J. & Groenewegen, P.P. (2009). Using multilevel modelling to assess case-mix adjusters in consumers experience surveys in health care. Medical Care, 47, 496-503.

Dekker, K. (2009). Policy measures to tackle urban regeneration in early post-war neighbourhoods: a reflection from the Netherlands. In D. Czischke (Ed.), Urban Regeneration in Europe: The Place of Social Housing in Integrated Urban Policies, Current Perspectives, (pp. 25-34). Brussels: CECODHAS European Social Housing Observator.

Dekker, K. & Filipovic, M. (2009). The influence of physical measures on social cohesion in large housing estates: case studies in the Netherlands and Slovenia compared. In R. Rowlands, R. van Kempen & S. Musterd (Eds.), Mass Housing in Europe: Multiple Faces of Development, Change & Response, (pp. 157-190). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dekker, K. & Kempen, R. van (2009). Resident satisfaction in post-WWII housing estates. In S. Rowlands, S. Musterd & R. van Kempen (Eds.), Mass Housing in Europe: Multiple Faces of Development, Change and Response, (pp. 191-212). Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

Dekker, K. & Kempen, R. van (2009). Participation, social cohesion and the challenges of the governance process. An analysis of a post-WWII neighbourhood in the Netherlands. European planning studies, 17(1), 109-130.

Dekker, K., Torenvlied, R., Völker, B. & Lelieveldt, H. (2009). Explaining the role of civic organizations in neighbourhood coproduction. In J.W. Duyvendak, F. Hendriks & M. van Niekerk (Eds.), City in Sight, (pp. 223-248). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Dijkstra, J.K., Lindenberg, S.M.,Verhulst, F.C., Ormel, J. & Veenstra, R. (2009). The relation between popularity and aggressive, destructive, and norm-breaking behaviors: moderating effects of athletic abilities, physical attractiveness, and prosociality. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 19, 401-413.

Dirkzwager, A.J.E., Nieuwbeerta, P. & Fiselier, J.P.S. (2009). Onbedoelde gevolgen van vrijheidsstraffen. Een literatuurstudie. Tijdschrift voor Criminologie, 51, 21-41.

Doğan, G., Assen, M. van, Rijt, A. van de & Buskens, V.W. (2009). The stability of exchange networks. Social Networks, 31(2), 118-125.

Dolder, D. van & Buskens, V.W. (2009). Social motives in network formation: an experimental study. In Proceedings of the 2009 International Conference on Game Theory for Networks (GameNets 2009), 593-602.

Dückers, M.L.A., Spreeuwenberg, P., Wagner, C. & Groenewegen, P.P. (2009). Exploring the black box of quality improvement collaboratives: modelling relations between conditions, applied changes and outcomes. Implementation Science, 4. doi:10.1186/1748-5908-4-74.

Dückers, M.L.A., Stegeman, I., Spreeuwenberg, P., Wagner, C., Sanders, K. & Groenewegen, P.P. (2009). Consensus on the leadership of hospital CEO's and its impact on the participation of physicians in improvement projects. Health Policy, 91, 306-313.

Duijn, M.A.J. van, Gile, K.J. & Handcock, M.S. (2009). A framework for the comparison of maximum pseudo likelihood and maximum likelihood estimation of exponential family random graph models. Social Networks, 31(1), 52-62.

Dulk, L. den (2009). Changing norms of masculinity and femininity: development in gender roles and family structures in Europe. In K. Larres (Ed.), Companion to Europe since 1945, (pp. 450-471). Chicester: Wiley-Blackwell.

Dykstra, P.A. (2009). Childless old age. In P. Uhlenberg (Ed.), Handbook of the Demography of Population Aging, (pp. 671-690). Dordrecht: Springer.

Dykstra, P.A. (2009). Informele solidariteit onder babyboomers: zorgen voor morgen? In G. Tielen & B. Dortland (Eds.), Solidariteit tussen de generaties onder spanning, (pp. 27-35). Haarlem: Koninklijke Hollandsche Maatschappij der Wetenschappen.

Dykstra, P.A. (2009). Intergenerational Relationships in Ageing Societies. United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Working Group on Ageing, ECE/WG, 1(3), 1-4.

Dykstra, P.A. (2009). Kin relationships. In H.T. Reis & S. Sprecher (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Relationships, (pp. 951-954). Thousand Oaks: Sage.

Dykstra, P.A. (2009). Older adult loneliness: myths and realities. Germany: European Journal of Ageing, 6, 91-100.

Dykstra, P.A. & Hogerbrugge, M.J.A. (2009). The family ties of unmarried cohabiting and married persons in the Netherlands. Journal of Marriage and Family, 71(1), 135-145.

Dykstra, P.A. & Keizer, R. (2009). The well-being of childless men and fathers in mid-life. Ageing & Society 29, 1227-1242.

Dykstra, P.A. & Poortman, A.R. (2009). Economic resources and remaining single: trends over time. European Sociological Review. doi: 10.1093/esr/jcp021

Echtelt, P. van, Glebbeek, A.C., Lewis, S. & Lindenberg, S.M. (2009). Post-Fordist work: a man's world? Gender and working overtime in the Netherlands. Gender & Society, 23(2), 188-214.

Eisinga, R. (2009). The beta-binomial convolution model for 2 × 2 tables with missing cell counts. Statistica Neerlandica, 63(1), 24-42.

Eisinga, R. (2009). The electoral cycle of undecided voter in the Netherlands. Effect of media attention to elections. In R.P. Konig, P.W.M. Nelissen & F.J.M. Huysmans (Eds.), Meaningful Media. Communication Research on the Social Construction of Reality, (pp. 201-208). Ubbergen: Tandem Felix.

Eisinga, R. (2009). Zwaarwegende interviewereffecten. In I. Bleijenbergh, H. Korzilius & J. Vennix (Eds.), Voer voor Methodologen, (pp. 67-76). The Hague: Lemma.

Eijck, K. van & Kraaykamp, G. (2009). De intergenerationele reproductie van cultureel kapitaal in belichaamde, geïnstitutionaliseerde en geobjectiveerde vorm, Mens & Maatschappij, 84, 177-206.

Ettema, D.F. & Lippe, T. van der (2009). Weekly rhythms in task and time allocation of households. Transportation, 36, 113-129.

Filipovic, M. & Dekker, K. (2009). Old habits die hard? Neighborhood participation in post-WWII neighborhoods in Slovenia and the Netherland. Cities, 26(3), 148-157.

Fischer, A.H., Schalk, J. & Hawk, S.T. (2009). Het ontstaan van collectieve emoties door emotionele besmetting. Sociologie, 2, 165-179.

Flache, A. & Koekkoek, M.(Eds.) (2009). Interventies voor een Leefbare Wijk. Van Theorie naar Praktijk en Terug, (pp. 124). Groningen:Van Gorcum.

Florentinus, S.R., Heerdink, R., Dijk, L. van, Griens, F.A.M.G., Groenewegen, P.P. & Leufkens, H.G.M. (2009). Is new drug prescribing in primary care specialist induced? BMC Health Services Research, 9. doi:10.1186/1472-6963-9-6.

Gaalen, R.I.A. van, Dykstra, P.A. & Komter, A.E. (2009). Where is the exit? Intergenerational ambivalence and relationship quality in high contact ties. Journal of Aging Studies. doi:10.1016/j/jaging.2008.10.006.

Gerlsma, J., Duijn, M.A.J. van, Haley, W. & Hout, W. van den (2009). Perceived criticism: associations with perceiver characteristics and interpersonal behaviour. Psychiatry Research, 170(2-3), 230-240.

Gesthuizen, M. & Veldheer,V. (Eds.) (2009). Sociale Samenhang in de Wijk: NSV-Actualiteitencollege 2008, (pp. 46). The Hague: Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau /Nederlandse Sociologische Vereniging.

Gesthuizen, M. (2009). Job characteristics and voluntary mobility in the Netherlands: differential education and gender patterns? International Journal of Manpower,30, 549-566.

Gesthuizen, M., Meer. T.W.G. van der & Scheepers, P. (2009). Ethnic diversity and social capital in Europe: tests of Putnam's thesis in European countries. Scandinavian Political Studies, 32, 121-142.

Gesthuizen, M., Scheepers, P., Tolsma, J. & Meer, T.W.G. van der (2009). De invloed van lands-, gemeente- en buurtkenmerken op sociaal kapitaal: Putnam's hypothese getest in Europa en Nederland. In Sociale Samenhang in de Wijk: NSV-Actualiteitencollege 2008, (pp. 30-39). The Hague: Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau / Nederlandse Sociologische Vereniging.

Geurts, T.W., Poortman, A.R., Tilburg, T. van & Dykstra, P.A. (2009). Contact between grandparents and grandchildren in early adulthood. Journal of Family Issues, 1698-1713.

Gieling, M., Vollebergh, W.A.M. & Dorsselaer, S. van (2009). Ethnic density in school classes and adolescent mental health (Epub). Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology.

Gijsberts, M.I.L. & Lubbers, M. (2009). Wederzijdse beeldvorming. In M.I.L. Gijsberts & J. Dagevos (Eds.), Jaarrapport Integratie, (pp. 254-316). The Hague: SCP.

Gijsberts, M.I.L. & Vervoort, M.H.M. (2009). Beeldvorming onder hoger opgeleide allochtonen. Waarom is er sprake van een integratieparadox? Sociologie, 5, 406-429.

Gils, W. van, Kraaykamp, G. & Lippe, T. van der (2009). Full-time working couples and their life course. An analysis of leaving full-time employment. Journal of Sociological Research, 1(1),1-20.

Glebbeek, A.C. & Smeden, E. van (2009). Het werk blijft liggen: oorzaken en gevolgen van onvervangbaarheid van werkzaamheden. Tijdschrift voor Arbeidsvraagstukken, 25(4), 377-393.

Gress, S., Baan, C.A., Calnan, M., Dedeu, T., Groenewegen, P.P. & Howson, H. (2009). Co-ordination and management of chronic conditions in Europe: the role of primary care. Quality in Primary Care, 17, 75-86.

Grotenhuis, M. te & Weegen, T. van der (2009). Statistical Tools. An Overview of Common Applications in Social Sciences, (pp. 128). Assen: Royal Van Gorcum.

Grotenhuis, M. te & Matthijssen, A. (2009). Basiscursus SPSS (versie 15-17, 3e druk), (pp. 96). Assen: Van Gorcum.

Grotenhuis, M. te & Visscher, C. (2009). SPSS met Syntax (2e druk), (pp. 124). Assen: Van Gorcum.

Hagendoorn, A.J.M.W. (2009). Ethnic diversity and the erosion of social capital? Symposium, 20, 12-14.

Hawk, S.T., Kleef, G.A. van, Fischer, A.H. & Schalk, J. (2009). "Worth a thousand words": absolute and relative decoding of nonlinguistic affect vocalizations. Emotion, 9, 293-305.

Herzog, W. & Boomsma, A. (2009). Small-sample robust estimators of noncentrality-based and incremental model fit. Structural Equation Modeling, 16, 1-27.

Huijts, T. & Eikemo, T.A. (2009). [Commentary] Causality, selectivity or artefacts? Why socioeconomic inequalities in health are not smallest in the Nordic countries. European Journal of Public Health, 19, 452-453.

Huijts, T. & Kraaykamp, G. (2009). Religiositeit, religieuze context en gezondheid: Nederland in Europees perspectief. In H.B.G. Ganzeboom & M. Wittenberg (Eds.), Nederland in vergelijkend perspectief. Proceedings Tweede Nederlandse Workshop European Social Survey, (pp. 37-64). Amsterdam: Aksant.

Jacob, M., & Tieben, N. (2009a): 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.

Jacob, M. & Tieben, N. (2009b). Wer nutzt die Durchlässigkeit zwischen verschiedenen Schulformen? Soziale Selektivität bei Schulformwechseln und nachgeholten Schulabschlüssen. In B. Becker & D. Reimer (Eds.), Vom Kindergarten bis zur Hochschule. Die Generierung von ethnischen und sozialen Disparitäten in der Bildungsbiographie, (pp. 145-78).Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Jansen, W. (2009). Neurath, Arntz, and ISOTYPE: The Legacy in Art, Design, and Statistics, Journal of Design History, 22, 227-242.

Jansen, W. (2009). Gebruikmaken van bestaande gegevens. In H. Boeije, H. 't Hart & J. Hox (Eds.), Onderzoeksmethoden, 8e Editie, (pp. 282-306), Amsterdam: Boom.

Jaspers, E., Londen, M. van & Lubbers, M. (2009). Een longitudinale studie naar veranderde etnocentrische reacties in Nederland. Migrantenstudies, 25(2), 106-127.

Jaspers, E., Lubbers, M. & Graaf, N.D. de (2009). Measuring once twice: an evaluation of recalling attitudes in survey research. European Sociological Review, 25(3), 287-301.

Johnson, J.C., Luczkovich, S.P., Borgatti, S.P. & Snijders, T.A.B. (2009). Using social network analysis tools in ecology: Markov process transition models applied to the seasonal trophic network dynamics of the Chesapeake Bay. Ecological Modeling, 220, 3133-3140.

Jong, J.D. de, Groenewegen, P.P., Spreeuwenberg, P., Westert, G.P. & Bakker, D.H. de (2009). Do decision support systems influence variation in prescription? BMC Health Services Research, 9(20). doi:10.1186/1472-6963-9-20.

Kanas, A.M. & Tubergen, F.A. van (2009). The impact of origin- and host-country schooling on the economic performance of immigrants. Social forces, 88(2), 893-916.

Kanas, A.M., Tubergen, F.A. van & Lippe, T. van der (2009). Immigrant self-employment: testing hypotheses about the role of origin- and host country human capital and bonding and bridging social capital. Work and Occupations, 36, 181-208.

Keizer, R., Dykstra, P.A. & Poortman, A.R. (2009). The life outcomes of childless men and fathers. European Sociological Review, 25(1), 1-15.

Kempen, R. van & Dekker, K. (2009). Explanations for the development of large housing estates in North-western European cities. In Boyser, C. Dewilde, D. Diercks & J. Friedrichs (Eds.), Between the Social and the Spatial: Exploring Multiple Dimensions of Poverty and Social Exclusion, (pp. 197-216). Ashgate: Aldershot.

Kloosterman, R., Ruiter, S., Graaf, P.M. de & Kraaykamp, G. (2009). Parental education, children's performance and the transition to higher secondary education: trends in primary and secondary effects over five Dutch school cohorts (1965-99). British Journal of Sociology, 60, 377-398.

Komter, A.E. (2009). Het verantwoordelijkheidstekort in een vermarkte samenleving. Socialisme en Democratie, 66(7-8), 85-90.

Komter, A.E. (2009). Solidarity. In H. Anheier & S. Toepler (Eds.): International Encyclopedia of Civil Society, (pp. 1460-1464). Heidelberg: Springer.

Komter, A.E., Voorpostel, M.B.J. & Pels, T. (2009). Niet geaccepteerd door de familie: een kwestie van ‘moeilijk zijn' of ‘anders zijn'? Mens & Maatschappij, 84(1), 46-72.

Koppen, V., Poot, C. de, Kleemans, E. & Nieuwbeerta, P. (2009). Late starters en volwassen daders. Georganiseerde misdaad en justitiële voorgeschiedenissen. Tijdschrift voor Criminologie, 51, 3-20.

Kooistra, J.P., Ultee, W.C. & Pelzer, B. (2009). Reactie. Een Babylonische spraakverwarring? Mens & Maatschappij 84(1), 107-110.

Kraaykamp, G. (2009). Culturele Socialisatie: een Zegen en een Vloek. Verbreding en Verdieping in het Sociologisch Onderzoek naar Langetermijneffecten van Culturele Opvoeding. (oratie), (pp. 23). Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen.

Kraaykamp, G., Eijck, K. van & Ultee, W.C. (2009). The Netherlands. In T.W. Chan & J. Goldthorpe (Eds.), Social Status and Cultural Consumption, (pp. 159-188). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kraaykamp, G.L.M., Gils, W. van & Lippe, T. van der (2009). Working status and leisure. Time and Society, 18, 264-283.

Lambooy, M., Flache, A. & Siegers, J. (2009). Shadow of the future, risk aversion and employee cooperation. Rationality and Society, 21(3), 307-336.

Lehr, A. & Ultee, W.C. (2009). Rivaliserende wereldbeelden, Een onderzoek naar de samenhang van kerkelijkheid en schoolbezoek in de jonge jaren met naturalistisch evolutionisme in de volwassenheid, Religie en Samenleving 4, 199-229.

Leeuwen, M.H.D. van (2009). Social mobility inequality and mobility. Continuity and Change, special edition: Social Mobility in History, 24(3), 399-419.

Leeuwen, M.H.D. van (2009). The next generation of historical studies on social mobility: some remarks. Continuity and Change, special edition: Social Mobility in History, 24(3), 547-560.

Leeuwen, M.H.D. van (Ed.)(2009). Continuity and Change, special edition: Social Mobility in History, 24(3).

Lelieveldt, H., Dekker, K., Völker, B. & Torenvlied, R. (2009). Civic organizations as political actors. Mapping and predicting the involvement of civic organizations in neighbourhood problem-solving and co-production. Urban Affairs Review, 45(1), 3-24.

Liem, M., Postulart, M. & Nieuwbeerta, P. (2009). Homicide - Suicide in the Netherlands. An epidemiology. Homicide Studies, 13, 99-123.

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Lindenberg, S.M. (2009). Why framing should be all about the impact of goals on cognitions and evaluations. In P. Hill, F. Kalter, C. Kroneberg & R. Schnell (Eds.), Hartmut Essers Erklärende Soziologie, (pp. 53-77). Frankfurt/Main: Campus.

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