Ellen Verbakel
Ellen Verbakel
Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, Radboud University Nijmegen
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TitleCited byYear
A comparative study on permissiveness toward euthanasia: Religiosity, slippery slope, autonomy, and death with dignity
E Verbakel, E Jaspers
Public Opinion Quarterly 74 (1), 109-139, 2010
912010
Resources of the partner: Support or restriction in the occupational career? Developments in the Netherlands between 1940 and 2003
E Verbakel, PM de Graaf
European Sociological Review 24 (1), 81-95, 2007
572007
Partner effects on labour market participation and job level: opposing mechanisms
E Verbakel, PM De Graaf
Work, employment and society 23 (4), 635-654, 2009
532009
Informal caregiving and well-being in Europe: What can ease the negative consequences for caregivers?
E Verbakel
Journal of European Social Policy 24 (5), 424-441, 2014
492014
Employment status and subjective well-being: the role of the social norm to work
K Stam, I Sieben, E Verbakel, PM de Graaf
Work, employment and society 30 (2), 309-333, 2016
482016
Informal care in Europe: findings from the European Social Survey (2014) special module on the social determinants of health
E Verbakel, S Tamlagsrønning, L Winstone, EL Fjær, TA Eikemo
The European Journal of Public Health 27 (suppl_1), 90-95, 2017
432017
Do values matter? The impact of work ethic and traditional gender role values on female labour market supply
K Stam, E Verbakel, PM de Graaf
Social indicators research 116 (2), 593-610, 2014
402014
Assortative mating among Dutch married and cohabiting same‐sex and different‐sex couples
E Verbakel, M Kalmijn
Journal of Marriage and Family 76 (1), 1-12, 2014
362014
Tolerance towards homosexuality in Europe: Population composition, economic affluence, religiosity, same-sex union legislation and HIV rates as explanations for country differences
S Slenders, I Sieben, E Verbakel
International Sociology 29 (4), 348-367, 2014
342014
The association between husbands’ and wives’ labor market positions in the Netherlands
E Verbakel, R Luijkx, PM de Graaf
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 26 (3), 257-276, 2008
302008
Parental involvement in partner choice: The case of Turks and Moroccans in the Netherlands
PI Van Zantvliet, M Kalmijn, E Verbakel
European Sociological Review 30 (3), 387-398, 2014
292014
Subjective Well-Being by Partnership Status and Its Dependence on the Normative Climate
E Verbakel
European Journal of Population/Revue européenne de Démographie, 1-28, 2012
292012
Caregiving to older adults: Determinants of informal caregivers’ subjective well-being and formal and informal support as alleviating conditions
E Verbakel, SF Metzelthin, GIJM Kempen
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 73 (6), 1099-1111, 2016
282016
Social policies and families in stress: gender and educational differences in work–family conflict from a European perspective
N Notten, D Grunow, E Verbakel
Social indicators research 132 (3), 1281-1305, 2017
272017
The partner as resource or restriction?: labour market careers of husbands and wives and the consequences for inequality between couples
CMC Verbakel
[Sl]: sn [ICS dissertation series 145], 2008
27*2008
Explaining Variation in Work Ethic in Europe: Religious heritage rather than modernisation, the welfare state and communism
K Stam, E Verbakel, PM De Graaf
European Societies 15 (2), 268-289, 2013
262013
The division of paid labor in same-sex couples in the Netherlands
E Jaspers, E Verbakel
Sex roles 68 (5-6), 335-348, 2013
242013
Explaining the gender gap in the caregiving burden of partner caregivers
J Swinkels, T Tilburg, E Verbakel, M Broese van Groenou
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 74 (2), 309-317, 2017
232017
How to understand informal caregiving patterns in Europe? The role of formal long-term care provisions and family care norms
E Verbakel
Scandinavian journal of public health 46 (4), 436-447, 2018
202018
Leisure values of Europeans from 46 countries
E Verbakel
European Sociological Review 29 (3), 669-682, 2012
202012
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