Dingeman Wiertz
Dingeman Wiertz
Lecturer in Social Science, University College London (UCL)
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Segregation in civic life: Ethnic sorting and mixing across voluntary associations
D Wiertz
American Sociological Review 81 (4), 800-827, 2016
222016
Frozen or malleable? Political ideology in the face of job loss and unemployment
D Wiertz, T Rodon
Socio-Economic Review, 2019
42019
Societal problems as public bads
ND De Graaf, D Wiertz
Routledge, 2019
42019
Ethnic heterogeneity, ethnic and national identity, and social cohesion in England
D Wiertz, MR Bennett, M Parameshwaran
Social Cohesion and Immigration in Europe and North America: Mechanisms …, 2015
22015
Ethnic heterogeneity, ethnic and national identity, and social cohesion in England
D Wiertz, MR Bennett, M Parameshwaran
Social Cohesion and Immigration in Europe and North America: Mechanisms …, 2015
22015
The civic footprints of labor market participation: longitudinal evidence from the United States, 2002–2015
D Wiertz, C Lim
Social Forces 97 (4), 1757-1784, 2019
12019
A bridge too far? Volunteering, voluntary associations, and social cohesion
D Wiertz
University of Oxford, 2015
12015
‘Mijn club is jouw club’? Etnische segregatie in het verenigingsleven
D Wiertz
Mens en maatschappij 92 (3), 336-339, 2017
2017
Frozen or Malleable? Political Ideology in the Face of Economic Hardship
D Wiertz, T Rodon
PAA 2017 Annual Meeting, 2017
2017
Frozen or Malleable? Political Ideologies in the Face of Economic Hardship
D Wiertz, T Rodon
2016
De rol van het opleidingsniveau voor het starten en stoppen met vrijwilligerswerk
D Wiertz, J Tolsma, ND de Graaf
Lange, M. de; Tolsma, J.; Wolbers, MHJ (ed.), Opleiding als sociale …, 2015
2015
Attitudes Towards Public Pension Provision in Britain: an Intensifying Intergenerational Conflict?
DCWM Wiertz
University of Oxford, 2011
2011
RELATIVIST WELFARE MEASUREMENT
JA Smulders, A Van Schaik
2010
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