Nan Dirk de Graaf
Nan Dirk de Graaf
Official Fellow / Professor of Sociology
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TitleCited byYear
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
1153*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
589*1988
National context, religiosity, and volunteering: Results from 53 countries
S Ruiter, ND De Graaf
American Sociological Review 71 (2), 191-210, 2006
4942006
National context, parental socialization, and religious belief: Results from 15 nations
J Kelley, ND De Graaf
American Sociological Review, 639-659, 1997
3361997
Social capital and attained occupational status
HD Flap, ND De Graaf
Netherlands Journal of Sociology 22 (2), 145-61, 1986
244*1986
Traditional class voting in twenty postwar societies
P Nieuwbeerta, ND De Graaf
The End of Class Politics, 23-58, 1999
2001999
Class mobility and political preferences: individual and contextual effects
ND De Graaf, P Nieuwbeerta, A Heath
American journal of sociology, 997-1027, 1995
2001995
Traditional class voting in twenty postwar societies
P Nieuwbeerta, ND De Graaf
The end of class politics, 23-56, 1999
1931999
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
1492004
‘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
1411996
The SAGE handbook of public relations
RL Heath
Sage, 2010
1272010
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
127*2001
Why are the young more postmaterialist? A cross-national analysis of individual and contextual influences on postmaterial values
ND De Graaf, G Evans
1211996
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
120*2013
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
1202003
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
107*2010
Intergenerational resemblance in field of study in the Netherlands
HG Van de Werfhorst, ND De Graaf, G Kraaykamp
European Sociological Review 17 (3), 275-293, 2001
1062001
Distinction by consumption in Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and the Netherlands
ND De Graaf
European Sociological Review 7 (3), 267-290, 1991
1061991
Socioeconomic dynamics of neighborhoods and the risk of crime victimization: A multilevel study of improving, declining, and stable areas in the Netherlands
J Van Wilsem, K Wittebrood, ND De Graaf
Social Problems 53 (2), 226-247, 2006
1012006
The effects of class mobility on class voting in post-war western industrialized countries
P Nieuwbeerta, ND De Graaf, W Ultee
European Sociological Review 16 (4), 327-348, 2000
942000
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