Interview on social polarization.
Populist parties are seen as an exhaust valve for people with political dissatisfaction. That would mean that PVV voters experience more political satisfaction than conscious non-voters. But is that actually true?
Why do less-educated people not feel well represented by politicians?
What do citizens think about inequality in times of a growing gap between rich and poor?
Why are less-educated citizens underrepresented in citizens’ initiatives? Not only due to lack of money, social capital, time and knowledge. They also feel not entitled to participate or have a deep distaste for government.
How can we understand social differences in eating patterns and health? https
Vaccine skepticism among Dutch parents and recent developments in views on vaccination
Vaccine skepticism among Dutch parents and views on vaccination in the current corona crisis
The motivations of more-educated Dutch parents who are skeptical about childhood vaccinations
Love and sex in times of corona
Interview about the new Erasmus Love Lab
Radio interview on the occasion of the opening of the Erasmus Love Lab Love Lab