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Dr. E.N. (Ilse) Rooyackers

Ilse Rooyackers

PhD candidate

Educational background

Interdisciplinary Social Sciences

Expertise

Migration, intergenerational relations

Phone

++ 31 (0)70 3565278

E-mail

rooyackers @ nidi.nl

Publications

Rooijackers, I.N. (2017),
Migrant family matters. Comparing patterns of intergenerational solidarity and partner separation in the Netherlands. PhD Thesis, University of Groningen. 183 p.
Migrant family matters. Comparing patterns of intergenerational solidarity and partner separation in the Netherlands
Rooyackers, I.N., Merz, E.-M. & Valk, H.A.G. de (2016),
Giving meaning to intergenerational solidarity: immigrant mothers and children in the Netherlands. NIDI Working Paper no. 2016/03. The Hague: NIDI. 29 p. [pdf]
Rooyackers, I.N. & Valk, H.A.G. de (2016),
Intergenerationele solidariteit bij migranten. Demos: bulletin over bevolking en samenleving 32 (5): 6. [URL]
Rooyackers, I.N., Valk, H.A.G. de & Merz, E.-M. (2016),
Mother-child relations in adulthood within and across national borders: non-Western immigrants in the Netherlands. Ageing and Society 36 (10): 2010-2035. [URL]
Rooyackers, I.N., Das, M. & Valk, H.A.G. de (2015),
Separation and residential mobility among women of native and non-western immigrant origin in the Netherlands. NIDI Working Paper no. 2015/07. The Hague: NIDI. 23 p. [pdf]
Rooyackers, I.N., Valk, H.A.G. de & Merz, E.-M. (2015),
Moeders en kinderen in migrantenfamilies. Sociaal Bestek: tijdschrift voor werk, inkomen en zorg 77 (3): 30-31. [URL]
Rooyackers, I.N., Valk, H.A.G. de & Merz, E.-M. (2014),
Wie helpt wie? Moeders en kinderen in migrantengezinnen. Demos: bulletin over bevolking en samenleving 30 (10): 1-4. [URL]
Rooyackers, I.N., Valk, H.A.G. de & Merz, E.-M. (2014),
Mother-child relations in adulthood: immigrant and nonimmigrant families in the Netherlands. Journal of Cross-cultural Psychology 45 (4): 569-586. [URL]
Rooyackers, I.N. & M. Verkuyten (2012),
Mobilizing support for the extreme right: A discursive analysis of minority leadership. British Journal of Social Psychology 51 (1): 130–148. [pdf]

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