Stéfanie André
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Does trust mean the same for migrants and natives? Testing measurement models of political trust with multi-group confirmatory factor analysis
S André
Social indicators research 115 (3), 963-982, 2014
Perceived in-group discrimination by first and second generation immigrants from different countries of origin in 27 EU member-states
S André, J Dronkers
International Sociology 32 (1), 105-129, 2017
To vote or not to vote? A macro perspective. Electoral participation by immigrants from different countries of origin in 24 European countries of destination
S André, J Dronkers, A Need
Research on Finnish Society 7 (1), 7-20, 2014
Support for traditional female roles across 32 countries: Female labour market participation, policy models and gender differences
S André, M Gesthuizen, P Scheepers
Comparative Sociology 12 (4), 447-476, 2013
Home ownership and support for government redistribution
S André, C Dewilde
Comparative European Politics 14 (3), 319-348, 2016
The Different Levels of Discrimination, experienced by First and Second Generation Immigrants from Different Countries of Origin in the different EU member-states
S André, J Dronkers, F Fleischmann
EUI Working Paper, 2008
Readiness and expectations questionnaire: a cross-cultural measurement instrument for first-year university students
E Jansen, S André, C Suhre
Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Accountability 25 (2), 115-130, 2013
Verschillen in groepsdiscriminatie, zoals waargenomen door immigranten uit verschillende herkomstlanden in veertien lidstaten van de Europese Unie
S André, J Dronkers, F Fleischmann
Mens en maatschappij 84 (4), 448-482, 2009
The tenure gap in electoral participation: instrumental motivation or selection bias? Comparing homeowners and tenants across four housing regimes
S André, C Dewilde, R Luijkx
International journal of comparative sociology 58 (3), 241-265, 2017
What do housing wealth and tenure have to do with it? Changes in wellbeing of men and women after divorce using Australian panel data
S André, C Dewilde, R Muffels
Social Science Research 78, 104-118, 2019
Housing Wealth and Party Choice in a Multiparty System: The Netherlands 2006–2012
S André, C Dewilde, R Luijkx, N Spierings
Comparative Politics 50 (4), 565-592, 2018
Transition to an international degree programme: Preparedness, first-year experiences and success of students from different nationalities
E Jansen, CJM Suhre, SCH André
Kyndt, E.; Donche, V.; Trigwell, K.(ed.), Higher education transitions …, 2017
‘Intelligent’lockdown, intelligent effects? Results from a survey on gender (in) equality in paid work, the division of childcare and household work, and quality of life among …
MA Yerkes, SCH André, JW Besamusca, PM Kruyen, CLHS Remery, ...
PloS one 15 (11), e0242249, 2020
Gezondheidsgedrag in Nederland
SCH André, GLM Kraaykamp, R Meuleman
Den Haag: Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau (SCP), 2018
Student Perceptions in Measuring Teaching Behavior Across Six Countries: A Multi-Group Confirmatory Factor Analysis Approach to Measurement Invariance
S André, R Maulana, M Helms-Lorenz, S Telli, S Chun, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 273, 2020
Housing Tenure, Housing Wealth and Subjective Wellbeing in Australia: The Case of Unemployment
S André, C Dewilde, R Muffels
Wealth (s) and Subjective Well-Being, 281-304, 2019
The two sides of homeownership: security and insecurity: A comparative approach to the effects of housing tenure and housing wealth on political attitudes, political behavior …
S André
GVO drukkers & vormgevers BV, 2017
Unequal but Balanced: Highly educated mothers’ perceptions of work-life balance during the COVID-19 lockdown in Finland and the Netherlands
MA Yerkes, S Andre, C Remery, M Salin, M Hakovirta, M van Gerven
SocArXiv, 2020
Observed teaching behaviour in secondary education across six countries: measurement invariance and indication of cross-national variations
R Maulana, S André, M Helms-Lorenz, J Ko, S Chun, A Shahzad, ...
School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 1-32, 2020
Werkende ouders in tijden van Corona: Meer maar ook minder genderongelijkheid
MA Yerkes, SCH André, JW Besamusca, C Remery, R Zwan, PM Kruyen, ...
Utrecht, Amsterdam, Nijmegen: Universiteit Utrecht, Universiteit van …, 2020
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