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Number of publications using CILS4EU(-DE) data (cumulative)


Andersson, Anton B. and Rosa Weber (2024). Navigating bias? An assessment of access, use, and returns to social capital in the school to work transition of the descendants of immigrants. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, online before print. -> Link

Dollmann, Jörg, Arnold, Lena and Andreas Horr (2024). CILS4NEPS – Unlocking Research Potential Through More Participants, More Schools and International Comparison: Harmonized Data for Research on Education, School-to-work Transition and Integration Processes for Adolescents in Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and England. Jahrbücher für Nationalökonomie und Statistik. -> Link

Dollmann, Jörg, Kogan, Irena and Markus Weißmann (forthcoming). When your accent betrays you: The role of foreign accents in school-to-work transition of ethnic minority youth in Germany. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. -> Link to preprint

Henkens, Juul H. D., Kalmijn, Matthijs and Helga A . G. de Valk (2024). Adolescent Residential Mobility and Life Satisfaction in Emerging Adulthood. Journal of Happiness Studies, 25 -> Link

Jansen, Max P., Becker, Birgit, Salikutluk, Zerrin, Garritzmann, Susanne and Sigrid Roßteutscher (2024). I (don’t) need to know that I can make it. Socioeconomic differences in the link between students’ academic self-efficacy and their educational aspirations and decisions. Cogent Education, 71(1). -> Link 

Karim, Sakeef M. (2024). Islam and the Transmission of Cultural Identity in Four European Countries. Social Forces, online before print. -> Link

Kogan, Irena, Weißmann, Markus, and Jörg Dollmann (2024). Police discrimination and police distrust among ethnic minority adolescents in Germany. Frontiers in Sociology, 9. -> Link

Kogan, Irena, Weißmann, Markus, and Jörg Dollmann (2024). Defying Discrimination? Germany's Ethnic Minorities within Education and Training Systems. Pp. 99-120 in Yang, Lawrence H.; Eger, Maureen A. and Janna Teltemann (eds.). Migration Stigma. Understanding Prejudice, Discrimination, and Exclusion. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. -> Link

Kretschmer, David (2024). Gender(ed) segregation? Gender, gender-related norms, and the interreligious and cross-gender friendships of Muslim youth in Germany. [Doctoral dissertation, Universität Mannheim]. -> Link

Raabe, Isabel J. and Per Block (2024). The gendered maths confidence gap, social influence and social integration. European Societies, online before print. -> Link

Raabe, Isabel J., Plenty, Stephanie and Chaïm la Roi (2024). Down and out? the role of household income in students’ friendship formation in school-classes. Social Networks, 78, pp. 109-118. -> Link 

Schütze, Phillipp (2024). Ethnic Friendship Segregation in the School Class. The Role of Homophily Preferences of Gender, Socioeconomic Status, and Religion in Four European Countries [Doctoral dissertation, Universität Mannheim]. -> Link 

Yücetas, Hakan and Sarah Carol (2024). The influence of education on gender attitudes among ethno-religious majority and minority youth in Germany from a longitudinal perspective. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 11, 735. -> Link

Zhao, Linda and Lucas G. Drouhot (forthcoming). The Grandchildren of Immigrants in Western Europe: Patterns of Assimilation Among the Emerging Third Generation. Demography. -> Link to preprint


Andersson, Anton and Rosa Weber (2023). Does social capital have a compensatory effect for descendants of immigrants? Evidence from the school-to-work transition in Sweden. ResearchGate [Preprint]. -> Link

Bussemakers, Carlijn and Eddie Denessen (2023). Teacher Support as a Protective Factor? The Role of Teacher Support for Reducing Disproportionality in Problematic Behavior at School. The Journal of Early Adolescence. -> Link

Dollmann, Jörg, Kogan, Irena and Markus Weißmann (2023). When your accent betrays you: The role of foreign accents in school-to-work transition of ethnic minority youth in Germany. SocArXiv [Preprint]. -> Link

Foley, William (2023). Status beliefs negatively affect expected university attainment of lower class students. Education Inquiry. -> Link

Foley, William (2023). The race is not to the swift: The role of social cognition in reproducing class-based inequality. [Doctoral dissertation, European University Institute]. -> Link

Friberg, Jon Horgen and David Jahanlu (2023). Navigating new gender roles: impacts of cultural origins, context of settlement, and religious beliefs on gender attitudes among immigrant origin youth across five European countries. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. -> Link

Gambaro, Ludovica, Wilhelm, Janna and Pia S. Schober (2023). Gender typicality of occupational aspirations among immigrant and native youth: the role of gender ideology, educational aspirations, and work values. Frontiers in Sociology, 8. -> Link

Kalmijn, Matthijs (2023). The association between parental separation at the school level and student outcomes in four European Countries. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 86.  -> Link

Karim, Sakeef M. (2023). Islam and the Transmission of Cultural Identity in Four European Countries. SocArXiv [Preprint]. -> Link

Kilpi-Jakonen, Elina and Hye Won Kwon (2023). The Behavioral and Mental Health Benefits of Speaking the Heritage Language within Immigrant Families: The Moderating Role of Family Relations. Journal of Youth and Adolescence-> Link

Kogan, Irena, Heyne, Stefanie, Kuhlemann, Jana and Chadi Abdul-Rida (2023). Distinct Boundaries? Preferences of immigrants' Descendants Regarding Partnerships with Recent Refugees from Syria and Afghanistan in Germany. Zeitschrift für Soziologie. -> Link

Lenkewitz, Sven (2023). Limited opportunities: Adolescents’ access to social capital in secondary schools in three European countries. Social Networks, 74, pp. 245-258.  -> Link

Lenkewitz, Sven (2023). Social Networks, School Segregation, and Educational Inequality. [Doctoral dissertation, Universität zu Köln]. -> Link

Lenkewitz, Sven and Mark Wittek (2023). Social Networks and Educational Decisions: Who has Access to Social Capital and for Whom is it Beneficial? Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie. -> Link

Plenty, Stephanie and Chaïm la Roi (2023). Peer acceptance and rejection during secondary school: Do associations with subsequent educational outcomes vary by socioeconomic background? Child Development. -> Link

Pomianowicz, Katja (2023). Educational Expectation Gaps Between Second-Generation Immigrant and Ethnic Majority Students in a Comparative Perspective: The Moderating Role of Educational Tracking. International Migration Review. -> Link

Sánchez Guerrero, Laia, Schober, Pia S. and Maaike van der Vleuten (2023). A Time of Great Change: How Parents, Friends, and Classmates Shape Adolescents’ Attitudes towards the Gender Division of Labor. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 52, pp. 1811-1828. -> Link

Stache, Randy (2023). Are Women the “Keepers of the Culture”? A Study on the Gender-Specific Transmission and Development of Mainstream and Ethnic Identities using Latent Growth Curve Models. Journal of International Migration and Integration. -> Link

Weißmann, Markus, Dollmann, Jörg and Irena Kogan (2023). Educational and school-to-work pathways of majority and ethnic minority youth in Germany. In H. Darmody & E. Smyth (Eds.), Post-school Pathways of Migrant-Origin Youth in Europe. Routledge. -> Link

Wilhelm, Janna, Schober, Pia S. and Laia Sánchez Guerrero (2023). Gender Ideologies Across the Transition to Adulthood in Germany: How Early Romantic Relationships Slow Down the Egalitarian Trend. Advances in Life Course Research. -> Link

Zhao, Linda (2023). Networks in the making: Friendship segregation and ethnic homophily. Social Science Research, 110. -> Link



Aronson, Olov (2022): Differential effects of religiosity on the mental health problems of adolescent natives and immigrants in Sweden: A three-wave longitudinal study. Mental Health & Prevention, 27. -> Link

Baalbergen, Ids and Eva Jaspers (2022): Social Capital and Its Returns as an Explanation for Early Labor Market Success of Majority and Minority Members in the Netherlands. Social Indicators Research. -> Link

Dederichs, Kasimir and Hanno Kruse (2022): Who Stays Involved? A Longitudinal Study on Adolescents’ Participation in Voluntary Associations in Germany. European Sociological Review. -> Link

Diemer, Andreas (2022): Endogenous peer effects in diverse friendship networks: Evidence from Swedish classrooms. Economics of Education Review, 89. -> Link

Dollmann, Jörg and Markus Weißmann (2022): „Ethnic Choice Effects“: Welche Rolle spielt die räumliche Verfügbarkeit anspruchsvoller Bildungsalternativen?. Pp. 141-167 in Kruse, Hanno and Janna Teltemann (eds.). Differenz im Raum. Sozialstruktur und Grenzziehung in deutschen Städten. Wiesbaden, DE: Springer Fachmedien. -> Link

Engzell, Per and Isabel J. Raabe (2022): Within-School Achievement Sorting in Comprehensive and Tracked Systems. SocArXiv [Preprint]. -> Link

Foley, William (2022): Foley, William, To Whom Do You Refer? Studying the Effect of Status on Educational Inequality. SSRN [Working Paper]. -> Link

Gerth, Maria (2022): Educational attainment, school delinquency and the role of peers. [Doctoral dissertation, Universität zu Köln]. -> Link

Gerth, Maria (2022): Is what they aspire what they get? The role of cultural heterogeneity in the classroom for the realization of Abitur aspirations. SocArXiv [Preprint]. -> Link

Henkens, Juul H.D., Kalmijn, Matthijs and Helga A. G. de Valk (2022): Life Satisfaction Development in the Transition to Adulthood: Differences by Gender and Immigrant Background. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 51(2), pp. 305-319. -> Link

Hofstra, Bas (2022): Interethnic weak ties online and out-group attitudes among Dutch ethnic majority adolescents. European Societies, 24(4), pp.463-492. -> Link

Karim, Sakeef (2022): Cultural transmission, popular nationalism and attitudinal constraint: An analysis of immigrant identities. [Doctoral dissertation, McGill University]. -> Link

La Roi, Chaim and Carina Mood (2022): Attitudes in motion: Acculturation in views on family, sexuality and gender roles among immigrant-background youth in Sweden. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. -> Link

Marinucci, Marco, Pancani, Luca and Paolo Riva (2022): Exploring the peer status prototypes: A large-scale latent profile analysis on high-school students from four European countries. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. -> Link

Mulders, Anne Maaike and Frank van Tubergen (2022): The role of education in native Dutch adolescents’ Muslim population size perceptions. OSFPreprints [Preprint]. -> Link

Spiegler, Olivia, Zingora, Tibor and Philipp Jugert (2022): Classroom ethnic diversity, teacher support and peer victimization: Evidence from four European countries. PsyArXiv [Preprint]. -> Link

Veerman, Gert-Jan M., Heizman, Boris and Maja K. Schachner (2022): Conditions for cultural belonging among youth of immigrant descent in Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United Kingdom. Comparative analysis of intergroup experiences and classroom contexts. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 45(16), pp. 659-683. -> Link

Wittek, Mark (2022): Interpersonal Status Systems. An Inquiry into Social Networks and Status Dynamics in Schools, Science, and Hollywood. [Doctoral dissertation, Universität zu Köln]. -> Link

Wuestenenk, Nick, van Tubergen, Frank and Tobias H.Stark (2022): Attitudes towards homosexuality among ethnic majority and minority adolescents in Western Europe: The role of ethnic classroom composition. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 88, pp. 133-147. -> Link



Aronson, Olov and Daniel Bergh (2021): Adolescents who feel depressed are rejected but do not withdraw: A longitudinal study of ethnically diverse friendship networks in England, Sweden, and Germany. SSM - Population Health. -> Link

Boileau, Lucia L.-A., Bless, Herbert and Jochen E. Gebauer (2021): The “Mixed Bag” of Segregation – On positive and negative associations with migrants’ acculturation. European Journal of Social Psychology, Vol. 52, Issue 3, p.457-471 (2021). -> Link

Dawood, Maneeza (2021): The Perfume Seller and the Blacksmith: A Social Network Framework of Religious and Civic Identity Development Among Muslim Adolescents. [Doctoral dissertation, Columbia University]. -> Link

Dollmann, Jörg (2021): Ethnic inequality in choice‐ and performance‐driven education systems: A longitudinal study of educational choices in England, Germany, the Netherlands, and Sweden. British Journal of Sociology, 72(4), pp. 974-991. -> Link

Dollmann, Jörg (2021): The Political Integration of Immigrants: How Pre- and Postmigration Contexts Matter. Journal of International Migration and Integration, Vol. 23, 1091-1125 (2022). -> Link

Dollmann, Jörg and Irena Kogan (2021): COVID-19 associated discrimination in Germany. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 74. -> Link

Jansen, Malte, Boda, Zsófia and Georg Lorenz (2021): Social Comparison Effects on Academic Self-concepts – Which Peers Matter Most? PsyArXiv [Preprint]. -> Link

Kaiser, Anna Karoline, David Kretschmer and Lars Leszczensky (2021): Social network-based cohorting to reduce the spread of SARS-CoV-2 in secondary schools: A simulation study in classrooms of four European countries. The Lancet Regional Health - Europe , 8. -> Link

Kogan, Irena, Dollmann, Jörg and Markus Weißmann (2021): In the Ear of the Listener: The Role of Foreign Accent in Interethnic Friendships and Partnerships. International Migration Review, 55(3), pp. 746-784. -> Link

Kretschmer, David and Lars Leszczensky (2021): In-Group Bias or Out-Group Reluctance? The Interplay of Gender and Religion in Creating Religious Friendship Segregation among Muslim Youth. Social Forces, 100(3), pp. 1307-1332. -> Link

Kroneberg, Clemens, Kruse, Hanno and Andreas Wimmer (2021): When Ethnicity and Gender Align: Classroom Composition, Friendship Segregation, and Collective Identities in European Schools. European Sociological Review, 37(6), pp. 918-934. -> Link

Leszczensky, Lars and David Kretschmer (2021): Religious friendship preferences of Muslim and non-Muslim students in German schools: Bright boundaries everywhere or contingent on the proportion of Muslim classmates? Social Networks , 68, pp. 60-69. -> Link

Lorenz, Georg, Boda, Zsófia and Zerrin Salikutluk (2021): Oppositional culture revisited. Friendship dynamics and the creation of social capital among Turkish minority adolescents in Germany. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 47(17), pp. 3986-4005. -> Link

Lorenz, Georg, Salikutluk, Zerrin, Boda, Zsófia, Jansen, Malte and Miles Hewstone (2021): The Link between Social and Structural Integration: Co- and Interethnic Friendship Selection and Social Influence within Adolescent Social Networks. Sociological Science 8, pp. 371-396 -> Link

Ma, Li, Evans, Brittany, Lovheim Kleppang, Annette and Curt Hagquist (2021): The association between screen time and reported depressive symptoms among adolescents in Sweden. Family Practice, 38(6), pp. 773-779. -> Link

Martínez López, Gabriel Tarriba (2021): The roots of ambition: Explaining the immigrant advantage in educational aspirations and choices in Western Europe. [Doctoral dissertation, Hertie School]. -> Link

Nennstiel, Richard (2021): Do more demanding lower secondary school certificates for minority students pay off? A comparison of VET access between Germany and German-speaking Switzerland. Soziale Welt, 72(3), pp. 313-342. ->Link

Ohlendorf, David (2021): Religion und Integration von Personen mit Migrationshintergrund in Deutschland. [Doctoral dissertation, Universität Hannover]. -> Link

Plenty, Stephanie, Bracegirdle, Chloe, Dollmann, Jörg and Olivia Spiegler (2021): Changes in young adults' mental well-being before and during the early stage of the COVID-19 pandemic: disparities between ethnic groups in Germany. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health, 15(69). ->Link

Plenty, Stephanie, Magnusson, Charlotta and Sara Brolin Låftman (2021): Internalising and externalising problems during adolescence and the subsequent likelihood of being Not in Employment, Education or Training (NEET) among males and females: The mediating role of school performance. SSM - Population Health 15. -> Link

Simsek, Müge, van Tubergen, Frank and Fenella Fleischmann (2021): Religion and Intergroup Boundaries: Positive and Negative Ties Among Youth in Ethnically and Religiously Diverse School Classes in Western Europe. Review of Religious Research, Vol. 64, 1-33 (2022). ->Link

Soiné, Hannah, Arnold, Lena, Dollmann, Jörg, Kriegel, Leonie and Markus Weißmann (2021): Junge Erwachsene und die Pandemie: Erkenntnisse der CILS4COVID-Befragung. MZES Fokus, No. 1, Mannheimer Zentrum für Europäische Sozialforschung. -> Link

Van Aalst, Danelien and Frank van Tubergen (2021): More popular because you’re older? Relative age effect on popularity among adolescents in class. PLOS ONE, 16(5). -> Link

Van der Does, Tamara and Muna Adem (2021): Friendship Homophily and Immigrant Youths' Mental Health. SocArXiv [Preprint]. -> Link

Van der Does, Tamara (2021): Changes in Religiosity during Adolescence among European Children of Immigrants: Towards or Away from the Mainstream. SocArXiv [Preprint]. -> Link

Van der Vleuten, Maaike (2021): Gender Differences in Fields of Study: The Role of Comparative Advantage for Trajectory Choices in Upper Secondary Education. Journal of Education. -> Link

Vlach, Eleonora (2021): Free or bounded? Migration, ethnicity, social background and educational choices in four European countries. Pp. 200-227 in Fauri, Francesca, Mantovani, Debora and Donatella Strangio (eds.). Economic and Social Perspectives on European Migration. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. -> Link



Campigotto, Nicola, Rapallini, Chiara and Aldo Rustichini (2020): School Friendship Networks, Homophily and Multiculturalism: Evidence from European Countries. GLO Discussion Paper, No. 695, Global Labor Organization (GLO), Essen. -> Link

Dollmann, Jörg and Frida Rudolphi (2020): Classroom composition and language skills: the role of school class and friend characteristics. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 41(8), pp. 1200-1217. -> Link

Fallesen, Peter and Michael Gähler (2020): Post-Divorce Dual-Household Living Arrangements and Adolescent Wellbeing. Pp. 337-354 in Mortelmans, Dimitri (ed.). Divorce in Europe. European Studies of Population, Vol. 21. Cham, CH: Springer. -> Link

Hofstra, Bas, Corten, Rense and Frank van Tubergen (2020): Beyond the Core: Who Has Larger Social Networks? Social Forces, 99(3), pp. 1274-1305. -> Link

Hooijsma, Marianne and Jaana Juvonen (2020): Two sides of social integration: Effects of exposure and friendships on second- and third-generation immigrant as well as majority youth’s intergroup attitudes. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 80, pp.51-63. -> Link

Jacob, Konstanze (2020): Between secularization and migration: Religiosity of minority youth in Western Europe. [Doctoral dissertation, University of Mannheim]. -> Link

Kretschmer, David and Hanno Kruse (2020): Neighbourhood effects on acculturation attitudes among minority and majority adolescents in Germany. Urban Studies, 57(16), pp. 3363-3380. -> Link

Kretschmer, David and Tobias Roth (2020): Why Do Friends Have Similar Educational Expectations? Separating Influence and Selection Effects. European Sociological Review, 37(2), pp. 201-217. -> Link

Lorenz, Georg, Boda, Zsófia, Salikutluk, Zerrin and Malte Jansen (2020): Social influence or selection? Peer effects on the development of adolescents’ educational expectations in Germany. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 41(5), pp. 634-669. -> Link

Love, Angelika (2020): Building Bridges, Blurring Boundaries: The Contribution of Multiethnic Individuals to Intergroup Relations. [Doctoral dissertation, University of Oxford]. -> Link

Lundkvist, Erik, Wagnsson, Stefan, Davis, Louise and Andreas Ivarsson (2020): Integration of immigrant youth in Sweden: Does sport participation really have an impact? International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, 25(1), pp. 891-906. -> Link

Ma, Li, Hagquist, Curt and Annette Løvheim Kleppang (2020): Leisure time physical activity and depressive symptoms among adolescents in Sweden. BMC Public Health, 20. -> Link

Marinucci, Marco and Paolo Riva (2020): How intergroup social connections shape immigrants' responses to social exclusion. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 24(3), pp. 411-435. -> Link

Mazzoni, Davide, Pancani, Luca, Marinucci, Marco and Paolo Riva (2020): The dual parth of the rejection (dis)identification model: A study on adolescents with a migrant background. European Journal of Social Psychology, 50(4), pp. 799-809. -> Link

Mitchell, Jeffrey (2020): Prejudice in Context Over Time. How demographic, economic and social conditions influence anti-immigrant attitudes in adolescents and adults. [Doctoral dissertation, Umeå University]. -> Link

Nauck, Bernhard (2020): Is Ethnic Retention a Result of Unmet Educational Aspirations? Academic Career and Ethnic Identity of Migrant Minority Youth in England, Germany, the Netherlands, and Sweden. Journal of International Migration and Integration. -> Link

Plenty, Stephanie M. and Jan O. Jonsson (2020): Students’ Occupational Aspirations: Can Family Relationships Account for Differences Between Immigrant and Socioeconomic Groups? 92(1), pp. 157-173.  -> Link

Reason, Max (2020): Migration, Integration, and Adolescence in Contemporary Germany. [Doctoral dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill]. -> Link

Sánchez Guerrero, Laia and Pia S. Schober (2020): Socialisation Influences on Gender Ideologies of Immigrant and Native Youth in Germany, England, Sweden and the Netherlands. Sex Roles, 85. -> Link

Snijders, Tom A.B. and Frank Kalter (2020): Religious diversity and social cohesion in German classrooms. A micro-macro study based on empirical simulations. Pp. 525–544 in Buskens, Vincent, Corten, Rense and Chris Snijders (eds.). Advances in the Sociology of Trust and Cooperation: Theory, experiments, and field studies. Berlin, DE: De Gruyter. -> Link

Soiné, Hannah, Kriegel, Leonie and Jörg Dollmann (2020): The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on risk perceptions: differences between ethnic groups in Germany. European Societies, 23(sup1), pp. 289-306. -> Link

Van der Vleuten, Maaike, Weesie, Jeroen and Ineke Maas (2020): Sibling influence in field of study choices. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 68. -> Link

Weber, Hannes (2020): The educational divide over feelings about ethnic minorities: Does more education really lead to less prejudice? Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies48(1), pp. 228-247. -> Link


Boer, Maartje and Frank van Tubergen (2019): Media messages and attitudes toward muslims and ethnic minorities: A panel study among ethnic majority adolescents in the Netherlands. Social Science Research, 83. -> Link

Campigotto, Nicola (2019): Essays on Social Interactions. [Doctoral dissertation, Università di Siena]. -> Link

Coopmans, Manja (2019): Dutch Liberation Festivals: A Vehicle to More Politically Active Young Citizens, or Merely the Same Selective Audience? Social Indicators Research, 142(2), pp. 617-643. -> Link

Dollmann, Jörg, Kogan, Irena, and Markus Weißmann (2019): Speaking Accent-Free in L2 Beyond the Critical Period: The Compensatory Role of Individual Abilities and Opportunity Structures. Applied Linguistics, 41(5), 787-809. -> Link

Dollmann, Jörg and Markus Weißmann (2019): The Story after Immigrants’ Ambitious Educational Choices: Real Improvement or Back to Square One? European Sociological Review, 36(1), pp. 32-47. -> Link

Elevelt, Anne, Bernasco, Wim, Lugtig, Peter, Ruiter, Stijn, and Vera Toepoel (2019): Where You at? Using GPS Locations in an Electronic Time Use Diary Study to Derive Functional Locations. Social Science Computer Review. -> Link

Engzell, Per (2019): Aspiration Squeeze: The Struggle of Children to Positively Selected Immigrants. Sociology of Education, 92(1), pp. 83-103. -> Link

Geven, Sara (2019): The impact of school tracking on school misconduct: variations by migration background in England, The Netherlands, and Sweden. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 45(15), pp. 2864-2887. -> Link

Geven, Sara and Herman G. van de Werfhorst (2019): The Role of Intergenerational Networks in Students' School Performance in Two Differentiated Educational Systems: A Comparison of Between- and Within-Individual Estimates. Sociology  of Education, 93(1), pp. 40-64. -> Link

Grund, Thomas U. and Travis Tatum (2019): Some friends matter more than others: BMI clustering among adolescents in four European countries. Network Science, 7(1), pp. 123-139. -> Link

Hadjar, Andreas and Jan Scharf (2019): The value of education among immigrants and non-immigrants and how this translates into educational aspirations: a comparison of four European countries. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 45(5), pp. 711-734. -> Link

Hochman, Oshrat and Gema García-Albacete (2019): Political Interest among European Youth with and without an Immigrant Background. Social Inclusion, 7(4), pp. 257-278. -> Link

Hooijsma, Marianne, Huitsing, Gijs, Dijkstra, Jan Kornelis, Flache, Andreas and René Veenstra (2019): Being Friends with or Rejected by Classmates: Aggression Toward Same- and Cross-Ethnic Peers. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 49, pp. 678-692. -> Link

Jonsson, Jan O. and Georg Treuter (2019): Likvärdighet och skolkvalitet: socioekonomiskt ursprung och invandrarbakgrund. Pp. 49-85 in Erikson, Robert and Lena Unemo (eds.): Lika för alla? En ESO-antologi om skolans likvärdighet. Rapport till Expertgruppen för studier i offentlig ekonomi, 2019:1, Regeringskansliet Finansdepartementet. -> Link

Kalter, Frank, Kogan, Irena, and Jörg Dollmann (2019): Studying Integration from Adolescence to Early Adulthood: Design, Content, and Research Potential of the CILS4EU-DE Data. European Sociological Review, 35(2), pp. 280-297. -> Link

Kogan, Irena and Markus Weißmann (2019): Religion and sexuality: between- and within-individual differences in attitudes to pre-marital cohabitation among adolescents in four European countries. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 46(17), pp. 3630-3654. -> Link

Kruse, Hanno and Clemens Kroneberg (2019): More Than a Sorting Machine: Ethnic Boundary Making in a Stratified School System. American Journal of Sociology, 125(2), pp. 431-484. -> Link

Lee, Susan (2019): Determinants of identity: the influence of generational status, religiosity, and school context on immigrant identity in Europe. International Review of Sociology, 29(3), pp. 446-463. -> Link

Lee, Susan (2019): Does identity matter for adaptation? The influence of acculturation identity on the well-being and delinquency of adolescent students in Europe. Journal of Youth Studies, 23(6), pp. 797-817. -> Link

Leszczensky, Lars, Flache, Andreas, and Lisa Sauter (2019): Does the share of religious ingroup members affect how important religion is to adolescents? Applying Optimal Distinctiveness Theory to four European countries. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 46(17), pp. 3703-3721. -> Link

Leszczensky, Lars, Maxwell, Rahsaan, and Erik Bleich (2019). What factors best explain national identification among Muslim adolescents? Evidence from four European countries. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 46(1), 260-276. -> Link

Maddox, Amrei (2019): Parental influence on the ethnic partner choice within immigrant families in Europe. [Doctoral dissertation, Universität Mannheim]. -> Link

Mitchell, Jeffrey (2019): Context and Change: A Longitudinal Analysis of Attitudes about Immigrants in Adolescence. Socius, 5, pp. 1-11. -> Link

Nauck, Bernhard and Andreas Genoni (2019): Status transition in the educational system and well-being of migrant adolescents in cross-national comparison. Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft, 22, pp. 47-69. -> Link

Pfister, Miriam, Wölfer, Ralf, and Miles Hewstone (2019): Contact Capacity and Its Effect on Intergroup Relations. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 11(1), 7-15.. -> Link

Raabe, Isabel J. (2019): Social Exclusion and School Achievement: Children of Immigrants and Children of Natives in Three European Countries. Child Indicators Research, 12(3), pp. 1003-1022. -> Link

Raabe, Isabel J., Boda, Zsófia, and Christoph Stadtfeld (2019): The Social Pipeline: How Friend Influence and Peer Exposure Widen the STEM Gender Gap. Sociology of Education, 92(2), pp. 105-123. -> Link

Raabe, Isabel J. and Ralf Wölfer (2019): What Is Going on Around You: Peer Milieus and Educational Aspirations. European Sociological Review, 35(1), pp. 1-14. -> Link

Schwenzer, Marc (2019): Differences in social capital and the inequality of educational outcomes. [Doctoral dissertation, University of Tübingen]. -> Link

Simsek, Müge, Fleischmann, Fenella, and Frank van Tubergen (2019): Similar or divergent paths? Religious development of Christian and Muslim adolescents in Western Europe. Social Science Research, 79, pp. 160-180. -> Link

Spiegler, Olivia, Wölfer, Ralf and Miles Hewstone (2019): Dual Identity Development and Adjustment in Muslim Minority Adolescents. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 48(10), pp. 1924–1937. -> Link

Tatum, Travis G. and Thomas U. Grund (2019): Accusation and confession discrepancies in bullying: Dual-perspective networks and individual-level attributes. Social Networks, 60, pp. 61-70. -> Link

Van der Vleuten, Maaike, Steinmetz, Stephanie, and Herman van de Werfhorst (2019): Gender norms and STEM: the importance of friends for stopping leakage from the STEM pipeline. Educational Research and Evaluation, 24(6-7), pp. 417-436. -> Link

Van Huizen, Naïma (2019): De sociale opleidingskloof op school. Mens en maatschappij, 93(4), pp. 343-373. -> Link

Van Zantvliet, Pascale, Ivanova, Katya, and Ellen Verbakel (2019): Romantische relaties van adolescenten en hun welzijn: de modererende invloed van groepsnormen. Mens en maatschappij, 93(4): 432-435. -> Link

Vörös, András, Block, Per, and Zsófia Boda (2019): Limits to inferring status from friendship relations. Social Networks, 59, pp. 77-97. -> Link

Weber, Hannes (2019): Attitudes Towards Minorities in Times of High Immigration: A Panel Study among Young Adults in Germany. European Sociological Review, 35(2), pp. 239-257. -> Link

Wölfer, Ralf, Caro, Daniel H., and Miles Hewstone (2019): Academic benefit of outgroup contact for immigrant and nonimmigrant students. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 22(3), pp. 419-433. -> Link


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