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Peter Thisted Dinesen
Peter Thisted Dinesen
Professor, Department of Political Science, University College London & University of Copenhagen
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Ethnic Diversity and Social Trust: Evidence from the Micro-Context
PT Dinesen, KM Sønderskov
American Sociological Review 80 (3), 550-573, 2015
3642015
The depressive state of Denmark during the COVID-19 pandemic
KM Sønderskov, PT Dinesen, ZI Santini, SD Østergaard
Acta neuropsychiatrica 32 (4), 226-228, 2020
2942020
Where you come from or where you live? Examining the cultural and institutional explanation of generalized trust using migration as a natural experiment
PT Dinesen
European Sociological Review 29 (1), 114-128, 2013
2232013
Trusting the state, trusting each other? The effect of institutional trust on social trust
KM Sønderskov, PT Dinesen
Political Behavior 38 (1), 179-202, 2016
2052016
When in Rome, do as the Romans do: The acculturation of generalized trust among immigrants in Western Europe
PT Dinesen, M Hooghe
International Migration Review 44 (3), 697-727, 2010
1842010
Does generalized (dis) trust travel? Examining the impact of cultural heritage and destination‐country environment on trust of immigrants
PT Dinesen
Political Psychology 33 (4), 495-511, 2012
1662012
Attitudes toward immigration: The role of personal predispositions
PT Dinesen, R Klemmensen, AS Nørgaard
Political Psychology 37 (1), 55-72, 2016
1342016
The Effect of Terror on Institutional Trust: New Evidence from the 3/11 Madrid Terrorist Attack
PT Dinesen, MM Jæger
Political Psychology 34 (6), 917-926, 2013
1322013
Do institutions or culture determine the level of social trust? The natural experiment of migration from non-western to western countries
P Nannestad, GT Svendsen, PT Dinesen, KM Sønderskov
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 40 (4), 544-565, 2014
1292014
Ethnic diversity and social trust: A narrative and meta-analytical review
PT Dinesen, M Schaeffer, KM Sønderskov
Annual Review of Political Science 23, 441-465, 2020
1122020
The civic personality: Personality and democratic citizenship
PT Dinesen, AS Nørgaard, R Klemmensen
Political Studies 62, 134-152, 2014
1082014
Danish Exceptionalism: Explaining the Unique Increase in Social Trust over the Past 30 Years
KM Sønderskov, PT Dinesen
European Sociological Review 30 (6), 782-795, 2014
1042014
Trust in a time of increasing diversity: On the relationship between ethnic heterogeneity and social trust in Denmark from 1979 until today
PT Dinesen, KM Sønderskov
Scandinavian Political Studies 35 (4), 273-294, 2012
1032012
Ethnic Diversity and Social Trust: A Critical Review of the Literature and Suggestions for a Research Agenda
PT Dinesen, KM Sønderskov
The Oxford Handbook of Social and Political Trust, 175-204, 2018
772018
Parental transmission of trust or perceptions of institutional fairness: generalized trust of non-western immigrants in a high-trust society
PT Dinesen
Comparative Politics 44 (3), 273-289, 2012
772012
When Do Citizens Respond Politically to the Local Economy? Evidence from Registry Data on Local Housing Markets
MV Larsen, F Hjorth, PT Dinesen, KM Sønderskov
American Political Science Review 113 (2), 499-516, 2019
562019
Me and Jasmina down by the schoolyard: An analysis of the impact of ethnic diversity in school on the trust of schoolchildren
PT Dinesen
Social Science Research 40 (2), 572-585, 2011
552011
Education and Social Trust: Testing a Causal Hypothesis Using the Discordant Twin-Pair Design
S Oskarsson, PT Dinesen, CT Dawes, M Johanneson, PKE Magnusson
Political Psychology 38, 515-531, 2017
492017
Increased psychological well-being after the apex of the COVID-19 pandemic
KM Sønderskov, PT Dinesen, ZI Santini, SD Østergaard
Acta neuropsychiatrica 32 (5), 277-279, 2020
482020
Reconsidering the neighborhood effect: Does exposure to residential unemployment influence voters’ perceptions of the national economy?
M Bisgaard, PT Dinesen, KM Sønderskov
The Journal of Politics 78 (3), 719-732, 2016
472016
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