Helga A.G. de Valk
Helga A.G. de Valk
Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI)/ KNAW/University of Groningen
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Migration and immigrants in Europe: A historical and demographic perspective
C Van Mol, H De Valk
Integration processes and policies in Europe, 31-55, 2016
1932016
‘They ought to do this for their parents’: perceptions of filial obligations among immigrant and Dutch older people
D SCHANS
Ageing & Society 28 (1), 49-66, 2008
1502008
A life-course perspective on migration and integration
M Windzio, H Valk, M Wingens, C Aybek
Springer Nature, 2011
1422011
Timing preferences for women’s family‐life transitions: Intergenerational transmission among migrants and Dutch
HAG De Valk, AC Liefbroer
Journal of Marriage and Family 69 (1), 190-206, 2007
1192007
Partner choice patterns among the descendants of Turkish immigrants in Europe
D Huschek, HAG de Valk, AC Liefbroer
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie 28 (3), 241-268, 2012
1082012
The sociological life course approach and research on migration and integration
M Wingens, H De Valk, M Windzio, C Aybek
A life-course perspective on migration and integration, 1-26, 2011
982011
Living arrangements of older persons and family support in more developed countries
J De Jong Gierveld, H De Valk, M Blommesteijn
932000
Parental influence on union formation preferences among Turkish, Moroccan, and Dutch adolescents in the Netherlands
HAG De Valk, AC Liefbroer
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 38 (4), 487-505, 2007
922007
The Netherlands: Childbearing within the context of a “Poldermodel” society
T Fokkema, H de Valk, J de Beer, C van Duin
Demographic research 19, 743-794, 2008
882008
The Netherlands: Childbearing within the context of a “Poldermodel” society
T Fokkema, H de Valk, J de Beer, C van Duin
Demographic research 19, 743-794, 2008
882008
Timing of first union among second-generation Turks in Europe: The role of parents, peers and institutional context
D Huschek, AC Liefbroer, HAG de Valk
Demographic Research 22, 473-504, 2010
802010
Comparing life satisfaction of immigrants and natives across Europe: The role of social contacts
B Arpino, H de Valk
Social indicators research 137 (3), 1163-1184, 2018
742018
Navigating the school system in Sweden, Belgium, Austria and Germany: School segregation and second generation school trajectories
G Baysu, H De Valk
Ethnicities 12 (6), 776-799, 2012
632012
Living arrangements of migrant and Dutch young adults: The family influence disentangled
HAG de Valk, FC Billari
Population Studies 61 (2), 201-217, 2007
602007
Living arrangements of migrant and Dutch young adults: The family influence disentangled
HAG de Valk, FC Billari
Population Studies 61 (2), 201-217, 2007
602007
Pathways into adulthood: A comparative study on family life transitions among migrant and Dutch youth
H De Valk
Rozenberg Publishers, 2006
602006
Family life transitions among children of immigrants: An introduction
HAG De Valk, N Milewski
Advances in Life Course Research 16 (4), 145-151, 2011
572011
Gender-role behavior of second-generation Turks: The role of partner choice, gender ideology and societal context
D Huschek, HAG de Valk, AC Liefbroer
Advances in Life Course Research 16 (4), 164-177, 2011
552011
Does social embeddedness influence union formation choices among the Turkish and Moroccan second generation in the Netherlands?
D Huschek, HAG Valk, AC Liefbroer
Journal of Comparative family studies 42 (6), 787-808, 2011
54*2011
A comparative study of segregation patterns in Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands and Sweden: Neighbourhood concentration and representation of non-European migrants
EK Andersson, B Malmberg, R Costa, B Sleutjes, MJ Stonawski, ...
European Journal of Population 34 (2), 251-275, 2018
522018
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