Publications

Simsek, M., F. van Tubergen, and F. Fleischmann. 2021. “Religion and intergroup boundaries: Positive and negative ties among youth in ethnically and religiously diverse classes in Western Europe.” Review of Religious Research, in press.

Thijssen, L., F. van Tubergen, M. Coenders, R. Hellpap, and S. Jak. 2021. “Discrimination of Black and Muslim minority groups in Western countries: Evidence from a meta-analysis of field experiments. International Migration Review, in press.  

Van Tubergen, F., T. Cinjee, A. Menshikova, and J. Veldkamp. 2021. “Online activity of mosques and Muslims in the Netherlands: A study of Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Twitter. PlosONE 16(7): e0254881. [LINK] [PDF] [Appendix] [Data]

Van Aalst, D.A.E. and F. van Tubergen. 2021. “More popular because you’re older? Relative age effect on popularity among adolescents in class” PlosONE 16(5), e0249336. [LINK] [PDF] [Appendix]

Hofstra, B., R. Corten, F. van Tubergen. 2021. “Beyond the Core: Who Has Larger Social Networks?” Social Forces, 99, 1274-1305. [PDF] [Appendix] [SocArxiv]

Boer, M. and F. 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, 102311. [PDF]

Simsek, M., F. Fleischmann and F. van Tubergen. 2019. Similar or divergent paths? Religious development of Christian and Muslim adolescents in Western Europe. Social Science Research, 79, 160-180. [PDF]

Bubritzki, S., F. van Tubergen, J. Weesie and S. Smith. 2018. “Ethnic composition of the school class and interethnic attitudes: a multi-group perspective.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 44(3), 482-502. [PDF]

Jonsson, J., F. Kalter, and F. van Tubergen. 2018. ‘Studying Integration: Minority and Majority Youth in Comparative Perspective’. Pp. 3-39. In: Kalter, F., J.O. Jonsson, F. van Tubergen and A. Heath (eds.). 2018. Growing up in Diverse Europe: The Integration of the Children of Immigrants in England, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden. Oxford: Oxford University Press/British Academy. [PDF] [LINK]

Van Tubergen, F. and S. Smith. 2018. ‘Making Friends across Ethnic Boundaries: Are Personal Networks of Adolescents Diverse?’ Pp. 176-200. In: Kalter, F., J.O. Jonsson, F. van Tubergen and A. Heath (eds.). 2018. Growing up in Diverse Europe: The Integration of the Children of Immigrants in England, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden. Oxford: Oxford University Press/British Academy. [PDF] [LINK]

Simsek, M., K. Jacob, F. Fleischmann and F. van Tubergen. 2018. ‘Keeping or Losing the Faith? Comparing Religion across Majority and Minority Youth in Europe. Pp. 246-273. In: Kalter, F., J.O. Jonsson, F. van Tubergen and A. Heath (eds.). 2018. Growing up in Diverse Europe: The Integration of the Children of Immigrants in England, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden. Oxford: Oxford University Press/British Academy. [PDF]

Geven, S., J. Jonsson and F. van Tubergen. 2017. “Gender Differences in Resistance to Schooling: the Role of Dynamic Peer- Influence and Selection Processes.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 46, 2421–2445. [PDF]

Hofstra, B., R. Corten, F. van Tubergen and N. Ellison. 2017. “Sources of Segregation in Social Networks: A Novel Approach Using Facebook.” American Sociological Review, 83(3), 625-656. [PDF]

Hofstra, B., R. Corten and F. van Tubergen. 2016. “Understanding the Privacy Behavior of Adolescents on Facebook: The Role of Peers, Popularity and Trust.” Computers in Human Behavior, 60, 611-621. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F., O.A. Al-Modaf, N.F. Almosaed, and M. Ben Said Al-Ghamdi. 2016. “Personal Networks in Saudi Arabia: The Role of Ascribed and Achieved Characteristics.” Social Networks, 45, 45-54. [PDF]

Geven, S., M. Kalmijn  and F. van Tubergen. 2016. “The ethnic composition of schools and students’ problem behaviour: the role of friends.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42(9), 1473-1495. [PDF]

Hofstra, B., R. Corten and F. van Tubergen. 2016. “Who was first on Facebook? Determinants of Early Adoption among Adolescents.” New Media & Society, 18(10), 2340-2358. [PDF]

Kruse, H., S. Smith, F. van Tubergen and I. Maas. 2016. “From Neighbors to School Friends? How Adolescents’ Place of Residence relates to same-ethnic School Friendships.” Social Networks, 44, 130-142. [PDF]

  • Best paper award of the Network Analysis Section of the German Sociological Association, 2017

Smith, S., D.A. McFarland, F. van Tubergen and I. Maas. 2016. “Ethnic Composition and Friendship Segregation: Differential Effects for Adolescent Natives and Immigrants.” American Journal of Sociology, 121(4), 1223-1272. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. and M. van Gaans. 2016. “Is there an Oppositional Culture among Immigrant Adolescents in the Netherlands?” Youth & Society, 48, 202-219. [PDF]

Smith, S., I. Maas and F. van Tubergen. 2015. “Parental Influence on Friendships Between Native and Immigrant Adolescents in Germany and the Netherlands.” Journal for Research on Adolescents, 25(3), 580-591. [PDF]

Emonds, V. and F. van Tubergen. 2015. “Mixed Parents, Mixed Results: Testing the Effects of Cross-Nativity Partnership on Children’s Educational Attainment.” Sociological Perspectives, 58(2), 145-167. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. and B. Volker. 2015. “Inequality in Access to Social Capital in the Netherlands”. Sociology, 49(3), 521-538. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. 2015. “Ethnic Boundaries in Core Discussion Networks: A Multilevel Social Network Study of Turks and Moroccans in the Netherlands.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 41(1), 101-116. [PDF]

Martinovic, B., F. van Tubergen and I. Maas. 2015. “A Longitudinal Study of Interethnic Contacts in Germany: Estimates from a Multilevel Growth Curve Model.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 41(1), 83-100. [PDF]

Schimmer, P. and F. van Tubergen. 2014. “Transnationalism and Ethnic Identification among Adolescent Children of Immigrants in the Netherlands, Germany, England, and Sweden.” International Migration Review, 48(3), 680-709. [PDF]

Spörlein, C. and F. van Tubergen. 2014. “The Occupational Status of Immigrants in Western and non-Western Societies.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 55(2), 119-143. [PDF]

Smith, S., I. Maas and F. van Tubergen. 2014. “Ethnic ingroup friendships in schools: testing the by-product hypothesis in England, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden.” Social Networks, 39, 33-45. [PDF]

De Hoon, S. and F. van Tubergen. 2014. “The Religiosity of Children of Immigrants and Natives in England, Germany and the Netherlands: The Role of Parents and Peers in Class.” European Sociological Review, 30(2), 194-206. [PDF]

Van der Pol, J. and F. van Tubergen. 2014. “Inheritance of religiosity among Muslim immigrants in a secular society.” Review of Religious Research, 56(1), 87-106. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. and T. Mentjox. 2014. “Minority Language Proficiency of Adolescent Immigrant Children in Four European Countries.” Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozial Psychologie (Suppl), 66, 241-262. [PDF]

Kanas, A. and F. van Tubergen. 2014. “The Conditional Returns to Origin-Country Human Capital among Turkish and Moroccan Immigrants in Belgium.” Social Science Research, 46, 130-141. [PDF]

Blommaert, L., M. Coenders and F. van Tubergen. 2014. “Ethnic Discrimination in Recruitment and Decision Makers’ Features: Evidence from Laboratory Experiment and Survey Data using a Student Sample.” Social Indicators Research, 116(3), 731-754. [PDF]

Blommaert, L., M. Coenders, and F. van Tubergen. 2014. “Discrimination of Arabic-named applicants in the Netherlands: An internet-based field experiment examining different phases in online recruitment procedures.” Social Forces, 92(3), 957-82. [PDF]

Spörlein, C., E. Schlüter and F. van Tubergen. 2014 “Ethnic intermarriage in longitudinal perspective: Testing structural and cultural explanations in the United States, 1880–2011.” Social Science Research, 43, 1-15. [PDF]

De Vroome, T. and F. van Tubergen. 2014. “Settlement Intentions of Recently Arrived Immigrants and Refugees in the Netherlands.” Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 12(1), 47-66. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. 2014. “Size and Socio-Economic Resources of Core Discussion Networks in the Netherlands: Differences by National Origin Group and Immigrant Generation” Ethnic and Racial Studies, 37(6), 1020-1042. [PDF]

Geven, S., J. Weesie, and F. van Tubergen. 2013. “The influence of friends on adolescents’ behavior problems at school: the role of ego, alter and dyadic characteristics.” Social Networks, 35, 583-592. [PDF]

Seibel, V. and F. van Tubergen. 2013. “Job Search Methods among Non-Western Immigrants in the Netherlands.” Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 11(3), 241-258. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. 2013. “Religious Change of New Immigrants in the Netherlands: The Event of Migration.” Social Science Research, 42(3), 715-725. [PDF]

Immerzeel, T. and F. van Tubergen. 2013. “Religion as Reassurance? Testing the Insecurity Theory in 26 European Countries.” European Sociological Review, 29(2), 359-372. [PDF]

Kanas, A., B. Chiswick, T. van der Lippe and F. van Tubergen. 2012. “Social Contacts and the Economic Performance of Immigrants: A Panel Study of Immigrants in Germany.” International Migration Review, 46(3), 680-709. [PDF]

Smith, S., I. Maas and F. van Tubergen. 2012. “Irreconcilable differences? Ethnic Intermarriage and Divorce in the Netherlands, 1995-2008.” Social Science Research, 41(5), 1126-1137. [PDF]

Blommaert, L., F. van Tubergen, M. Coenders. 2012. “Implicit and Explicit Interethnic Attitudes and Ethnic Discrimination in Hiring.” Social Science Research, 41(1), 61-73. [PDF]

De Vroome, T., M. Coenders, F. van Tubergen and M. Verkuyten. 2011. “Economic Participation and National Self-Identification of Refugees in the Netherlands” International Migration Review, 45, 615-638. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. 2011. “Social Stratification, Race and Ethnicity.” In: G. Ritzer, Concise Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Van Tubergen, F. and M. Wierenga. 2011. “Language Acquisition of Male Immigrants in a Multilingual Destination: Turks and Moroccans in Belgium” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 37(7), 1039-1057. [PDF]

Martinovic, B., F. van Tubergen and I. Maas. 2011. “Acquisition of Cross-Ethnic Friends by Recent Immigrants in Canada: A Longitudinal Approach.” International Migration Review, 45(2), 460-488. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. 2011. “Job Search Methods of Refugees in the Netherlands: Determinants and Consequences.” Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 9(2), 179-195. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. and J.I. Sindradóttir. 2011. “The Religiosity of Immigrants in Europe: A Cross-National Study.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 50(2), 272-288. [PDF]

Kanas, A., F. van Tubergen and T. van der Lippe. 2011. “The Role of Social Contacts in the Employment Status of Immigrants: A Panel Study of Immigrants in Germany.” International Sociology, 26(1), 95-122. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. 2010. “Determinants of Second Language Proficiency among Refugees in the Netherlands” Social Forces, 89(2), 515-534. [PDF]

Smits, F., S. Ruiter and F. van Tubergen. 2010. “Religious Practices Among Islamic Immigrants: Moroccan and Turkish Men in Belgium” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 49(2), 247-263. [PDF]

De Vroome, T. and F. van Tubergen. 2010. “The Employment Experience of Refugees in the Netherlands.” International Migration Review, 44(2), 376-403. [PDF]

Kalmijn, M. and F. van Tubergen. 2010. “A Comparative Perspective on Intermarriage: Explaining Differences in Marriage Choices among National Origin Groups in the United States.” Demography, 47(2), 459-479. [PDF] [IPUMS Research Award, 2010]

Van Tubergen, F. and A-R. Poortman. 2010. “Adolescent Alcohol Use in the Netherlands: The Role of Ethnicity, Ethnic Intermarriage, and Ethnic School Composition.” Ethnicity and Health, 15(1), 1-13. [PDF]

Ultee, W., R. Luijkx, and F. van Tubergen. 2009. “The Netherlands and World War II, Jews and Suicide.” Pp. 73-92 in: L. Sher and A. Vilens (eds.). War and Suicide. Nova Science Publishers.

Ruiter, S. and F. van Tubergen. 2009. “Religious Attendance in Cross-National Perspective: A Multilevel Analysis of 60 Countries.” American Journal of Sociology, 115(3), 863-895. [PDF]

Kanas, A. and F. van Tubergen. 2009. “The Impact of Origin- and Host-Country Schooling on the Economic Performance of Immigrants.” Social Forces, 88(2), 893-916. [PDF]

Martinovic, B., F. van Tubergen, and I. Maas. 2009. “Changes in Immigrants’ Social Integration during the Stay in the Host Country: The Case of Non-Western Immigrants in the Netherlands.” Social Science Research, 38, 870-882. [PDF]

Kanas, A., F. van Tubergen and T. van der Lippe. 2009. “Immigrant Self-Employment: Testing Hypotheses about the Role of Origin- and Host-Country Human Capital and Bonding and Bridging Social Capital.” Work and Occupations, 36, 181-208. [PDF]

Martinovic, B., F. van Tubergen and I. Maas. 2009 “Dynamics of Interethnic Contact: A Panel Study of Immigrants in the Netherlands.” European Sociological Review, 25, 303-318. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. and M. Kalmijn. 2009. “A Dynamic Approach to the Determinants of Immigrants’ Language Proficiency:  The United States, 1980-2000.” International Migration Review, 43, 519-543. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. and M. Kalmijn. 2009. “Language Use and Proficiency among Immigrants in the Netherlands: Opportunities or Incentives?” European Sociological Review, 25, 169-182. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. 2008. “The Impact of the Partner on the Economic Incorporation of Male and Female Immigrants: Household Specialization or Social Capital?” Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozial Psychologie (special issue), 307-324. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. and H. van de Werfhorst. 2007. “Postimmigration Investments in Education: A Study of Immigrants in the Netherlands.” Demography, 44, 883-898. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. and I. Maas. 2007. “Ethnic Intermarriage among Immigrants in the Netherlands: An Analysis of Population Data.” Social Science Research, 36, 1065-1086. [PDF]

Van de Werfhorst, H. and F. van Tubergen. 2007. “Ethnicity, Schooling and Merit in the Netherlands.” Ethnicities, 7(3), 416-444. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. 2007. “Religious Affiliation and Participation among Immigrants in a Secular Society: A Study of Immigrants in the Netherlands.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 33(5), 747-65. [PDF]

Kalmijn, M. and F. van Tubergen. 2006. “Ethnic Intermarriage in the Netherlands: Confirmations and Refutations of Accepted Insights.” European Journal of Population, 22, 371-97. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. 2006. “Occupational Status of Immigrants in Cross-National Perspective: A Multilevel Analysis of 17 Western Societies.” Pp. 147-171 in: Immigration and the Transformation of Europe, edited by G. Parsons and T. Smeeding. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. and W. Ultee. 2006. “Political Incorporation, War and Suicide: The Dutch Paradox?” International Sociology, 21, 221-36. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. 2006. “Religious Affiliation and Participation among Immigrants in Eight Western Countries: A Cross-National Study of Individual and Contextual Effects.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 45, 1-22. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. 2005. “Self-Employment of Immigrants: A Cross-National Study of 17 Western Societies.” Social Forces, 84, 709-32. [PDF]

 Van Tubergen, F., M. Te Grotenhuis, and W. Ultee. 2005. “Denomination, Religious Context, and Suicide: Neo-Durkheimian Multilevel Explanations Tested with Individual and Contextual Data.” American Journal of Sociology, 111, 797-823. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F. and M. Kalmijn. 2005. “Destination-Language Proficiency in Cross-National Perspective: A Study of Immigrant Groups in Nine Western Countries.” American Journal of Sociology, 110, 1412-57. [PDF]

Van Tubergen, F., I. Maas, and H. Flap. 2004. “The Economic Incorporation of Immigrants in 18 Western Societies: Origin, Destination, and Community Effects.” American Sociological Review, 69, 701-24. [PDF] [DOI]

Ultee, W., F. van Tubergen, and R. Luijkx. 2001. “The unwholesome theme of suicide: Forgotten statistics of attempted suicides in Amsterdam and Jewish suicides in the Netherlands for 1936-1943.” Pp. 325-353. In C. Brasz & Y. Kaplan (eds), Dutch Jews as Perceived by Themselves and by Others: Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on the History of the Jews in the Netherlands. Leiden: Brill. [PDF]