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Young, ISSN 1103-3088, 9/2018, Volume 26, Issue 4_suppl, pp. 56S - 77S
This study examined why young Europeans are typically more positive about the European Union (EU). Analyses on Eurobarometer data (N = 1,500,058) revealed that... 
immigration | EU support | APC | Generations | globalization | ADOLESCENCE | CONTEXT | COHORT ANALYSIS | SUPPORT | PUBLIC-ATTITUDES | EMERGING ADULTHOOD | PERIOD | POLITICAL-ATTITUDES | SOCIAL SCIENCES, INTERDISCIPLINARY | RISING GENERATION | AGE | SOCIOLOGY
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Electoral Studies, ISSN 0261-3794, 02/2019, Volume 57, pp. 284 - 293
The consideration set model posits that in multi-party elections voters decide in two stages. We expect that in the consideration stage, when voters select... 
Electoral volatility | Attitude stability | Voting behaviour | Consideration set | CHOICE | IMPACT | ADULTHOOD | POLITICAL SCIENCE | ADOLESCENCE | MODEL | IDENTIFICATION | Elections | Voter behavior | Panel data | Proximity | Voting | Ideology | Respondents | Voters | Change agents | Boundaries | Camps
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Young (Stockholm, Sweden), ISSN 1103-3088, 2019, Volume 27, Issue 1, pp. 48 - 68
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Young (Stockholm, Sweden), ISSN 1103-3088, 09/2018, Volume 26, Issue 4_suppl, pp. 56S - 77S
This study examined why young Europeans are typically more positive about the European Union (EU). Analyses on Eurobarometer data (N = 1,500,058) revealed that... 
European cultural groups | Globalization | Older people | Membership | Generational differences | Age differences
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Electoral Studies, ISSN 0261-3794, 12/2016, Volume 44, pp. 120 - 131
This study examined how the ideological correlates of left-right identification in the Netherlands changed between 1980 and 2008, and whether these changes... 
Immigration | Generational replacement | Intracohort change | Left-right identification | Issue attitudes | Cohort replacement | Political Science and International Relations | YOUNG-ADULTS | PANEL | ORIENTATIONS | WESTERN-EUROPE | EMERGING ADULTHOOD | POLITICAL SCIENCE | PERIOD | POLITICAL-ATTITUDES | POLARIZATION | SOCIALIZATION | AGE | Adolescence | Analysis | Secularism
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West European politics, ISSN 0140-2382, 06/2020, pp. 1 - 26
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Journal of adolescence (London, England.), ISSN 0140-1971, 08/2017, Volume 59, pp. 155 - 165
This six-wave multi-informant longitudinal study on Dutch adolescents (N = 824; age 12–18) examined the interplay of socioeconomic status with parental... 
Neighborhoods | Socioeconomic status | Within-individual | Developmental and Educational Psychology | Psychiatry and Mental health | Adolescent delinquency | Parental monitoring | Pediatrics, Perinatology, and Child Health | Social Psychology
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Journal of adolescence (London, England.), ISSN 0140-1971, 08/2017, Volume 59, p. 155
This six-wave multi-informant longitudinal study on Dutch adolescents (N = 824; age 12–18) examined the interplay of socioeconomic status with parental... 
Parents & parenting | Neighborhoods | Socioeconomic status | Juvenile delinquency | Socioeconomic factors | Parent-child relations | Children | Adolescents | Childrearing practices
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Journal of adolescence (London, England.), ISSN 0140-1971, 08/2017, Volume 59, pp. 155 - 165
This six-wave multi-informant longitudinal study on Dutch adolescents (N = 824; age 12 18) examined the interplay of socioeconomic status with parental... 
Socioeconomic status | Neighborhoods | Within-individual | MANAGEMENT | SOLICITATION | REINTERPRETATION | Adolescent delinquency | MODEL | ADJUSTMENT | AUTONOMY | CONTEXTS | BETWEEN-PERSON | Parental monitoring | ANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR | SELF-DISCLOSURE
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Electoral studies, ISSN 0261-3794, 04/2017, Volume 46, p. 101
This cohort-sequential longitudinal study among 1302 Dutch youths examined the dynamics of political identity (e.g., Democrat or Rightist) and issue attitudes... 
Young adults | Disputes | Attitudes | Voters | Teenagers | Cultural identity | Identity | Political identity | Cultural attitudes
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Electoral studies, ISSN 0261-3794, 04/2017, Volume 46, pp. 101 - 111
This cohort-sequential longitudinal study among 1302 Dutch youths examined the dynamics of political identity (e.g., Democrat or Rightist) and issue attitudes... 
Early adulthood | ELECTORAL VOLATILITY | Adolescence | LIFE-SPAN | PANEL | Longitudinal | Left-right identification | STABILITY | ORIENTATIONS | TRANSMISSION | Issue attitudes | PREFERENCES | PARTY IDENTIFICATION | POLARIZATION | SOCIALIZATION
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Young (Stockholm, Sweden), ISSN 1103-3088, 02/2019, Volume 27, Issue 1, pp. 48 - 68
This cohort-sequential panel study on Dutch youths (N = 3394) and their parents examined the formation of party preference between age 12 and 25. Specifically,... 
Intergenerational relations | Parents & parenting | Life events | Child development | Pricing policies | Identification | Adolescents | Age | Social attitudes
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Young (Stockholm, Sweden), ISSN 1103-3088, 2019, Volume 27, Issue 1, pp. 48 - 68
This cohort-sequential panel study on Dutch youths (N = 3394) and their parents examined the formation of party preference between age 12 and 25. Specifically,... 
ELECTORAL VOLATILITY | party identification | Adolescence | STABILITY | PARENTS | PARTISAN | LEVEL | ATTITUDES | FAMILY | INTERGENERATIONAL TRANSMISSION | political socialization | POLITICAL-SOCIALIZATION | POLARIZATION | left-right identification
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Journal of adolescence (London, England.), ISSN 0140-1971, 2015, Volume 41, pp. 136 - 147
This three-wave cohort-sequential longitudinal study (N = 1302) examined the development of two core political attitudes, economic egalitarianism and... 
Adolescence | Political attitudes | Education | Development | Gender
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PloS one, ISSN 1932-6203, 2015, Volume 10, Issue 11
A family’s SES can be changeable over time. This study was the first to investigate if such within-individual changes in family SES are associated with... 
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Electoral Studies, ISSN 0261-3794, 04/2017, Volume 46, pp. 101 - 111
This cohort-sequential longitudinal study among 1302 Dutch youths examined the dynamics of political identity (e.g., Democrat or Rightist) and issue attitudes... 
Early adulthood | Adolescence | Longitudinal | Left-right identification | Issue attitudes | The dynamics of political identity and issue attitudes in adolescence and early | Taverne | ELECTORAL VOLATILITY | LIFE-SPAN | PANEL | STABILITY | ORIENTATIONS | TRANSMISSION | PREFERENCES | POLITICAL SCIENCE | PARTY IDENTIFICATION | POLARIZATION | SOCIALIZATION
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