Nan Dirk de Graaf
Nan Dirk de Graaf
Official Fellow / Professor of Sociology
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Parental cultural capital and educational attainment in the Netherlands: A refinement of the cultural capital perspective
ND De Graaf, PM De Graaf, G Kraaykamp
Sociology of education, 92-111, 2000
12162000
De Graaf and Gerbert Kraaykamp, 2000,"Parental cultural capital and educational attainment in the netherlandA refinement of the cultural capital perspective"
GKWCU ND De Graaf, PM De Graaf
Sociology of Education, 2000
1212*2000
Parental Cultural Capital and Educational Attainment in the Netherlands
GK ND De Graff, PM De Graff
sociology of education, 2000
1212*2000
Parental Cultural Capital and Educational Attainment in the Netherlands
GK ND De Graff, PM De Graff
sociology of education, 2000
1212*2000
With a little help from my friends: social capital as an explanation of occupational status and income in the Netherlands, the United States and West Germany
ND de Graaf, HD Flap
Social Forces 67, 452-472, 1988
666*1988
National context, religiosity, and volunteering: Results from 53 countries
S Ruiter, ND De Graaf
American Sociological Review 71 (2), 191-210, 2006
5732006
National context, parental socialization, and religious belief: Results from 15 nations
J Kelley, ND De Graaf
American Sociological Review, 639-659, 1997
3831997
Social capital and attained occupational status
HD Flap, ND De Graaf
Netherlands Journal of Sociology 22 (2), 145-61, 1986
265*1986
Class mobility and political preferences: individual and contextual effects
ND De Graaf, P Nieuwbeerta, A Heath
American journal of sociology, 997-1027, 1995
2121995
Traditional class voting in twenty postwar societies
P Nieuwbeerta, ND De Graaf
The End of Class Politics, 23-58, 1999
2051999
Traditional class voting in twenty postwar societies
P Nieuwbeerta, ND De Graaf
The end of class politics, 23-56, 1999
1961999
Political Choice Matters: Explaining the Strength of Class and Religious Cleavages in Cross-National Perspective
G Evans, ND De Graaf
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013
176*2013
The sources of political orientations in post‐industrial society: Social class and education revisited
HGV Werfhorst, ND Graaf
The British Journal of Sociology 55 (2), 211-235, 2004
1752004
‘Losing my religion’1: a dynamic analysis of leaving the church in the Netherlands
A Need, ND De Graaf
European Sociological Review 12 (1), 87-99, 1996
1541996
The SAGE handbook of public relations
RL Heath
Sage, 2010
1452010
Why are the young more postmaterialist? A cross-national analysis of individual and contextual influences on postmaterial values
ND De Graaf, G Evans
1421996
Partner's and own education: does who you live with matter for self-assessed health, smoking and excessive alcohol consumption?
CWS Monden, F Van Lenthe, ND De Graaf, G Kraaykamp
Social Science & Medicine 57 (10), 1901-1912, 2003
1362003
Declining cleavages and political choices: the interplay of social and political factors in the Netherlands
ND De Graaf, A Heath, A Need
Electoral Studies 20 (1), 1-15, 2001
131*2001
When does the Apple Fall from the Tree? Static Versus Dynamic Theories Predicting Intergenerational Transmission of Convictions
M Van de Rakt, S Ruiter, ND De Graaf, P Nieuwbeerta
Journal of Quantitative Criminology 26 (3), 371-389, 2010
123*2010
Class voting and Left-Right party positions: A comparative study of 15 Western democracies, 1960-2005
G Jansen, G Evans, ND Graaf
Social science research, 2013
1182013
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