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prof.dr. (Renske) R. Keizer

prof.dr. (Renske) R. Keizer
Full Professor Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Department of Public Administration and Sociology/ Sociology
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
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Email
keizer@essb.eur.nl
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Renske Keizer is full professor in Family Sociology at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Keizer’s primary research interests are fatherhood and parenthood in an internationally comparative perspective, and the dynamics of partner relationships. Her research straddles sociology, pedagogical sciences, demography, and developmental psychology. Central to her work is the application of the theory-based life course approach to the behavior and well-being of individuals, and (extended) families. She has a demonstrated track record of significant contributions to multiple fields and to policy debates, through several highly-cited publications in top-tier journals, such as Journal of Marriage and Family, Journal of Family Psychology, Population…

Renske Keizer is full professor in Family Sociology at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Keizer’s primary research interests are fatherhood and parenthood in an internationally comparative perspective, and the dynamics of partner relationships. Her research straddles sociology, pedagogical sciences, demography, and developmental psychology. Central to her work is the application of the theory-based life course approach to the behavior and well-being of individuals, and (extended) families. She has a demonstrated track record of significant contributions to multiple fields and to policy debates, through several highly-cited publications in top-tier journals, such as Journal of Marriage and Family, Journal of Family Psychology, Population and Development Review, European Sociological Review, and European Journal of Population. She has received several prestigious grants, amongst which an ERC Starting Grant, a NWO VENI and a NWO VIDI award. In 2016, she was selected as one of the 25 most talented young scholars of all Dutch and Flemish universities.

        • K. Ivanova & R. Keizer (2016). What’s a (childless) man without a woman? The differential importance of couple dynamics for the well-being of childless men and women. In M. Kreyenfeld & D. Konietzka (Eds.), Childlessness across Europe. Springer
        • W. Sigle-Rushton, A. Goisis & R. Keizer (2012). Fathers and fatherhood in the European Union. In N Cabrera & C Tamis-LeMonda (Eds.), Handbook of Father Involvement (pp. 81-96). Taylor & Francis
        • R. Keizer, P.A. Dykstra & F.J. van Lenthe (2010). Kindertal en sterfte van de man. Leven papa¿s langer? In L. Bonneux (Ed.), De gezonde levensloop: Een geschenk van vele generaties (Boeknummer Mens en Maatschappij, jaargang 85) (pp. 93-108). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press
        • R. Keizer (2011). Aanstaande vaders. In H Hartboom, S de Hoog & R Servage (Eds.), Vaderschap 2.0. Opvoedingsondersteuning voor vaders van nu (pp. 32-36). E-quality
      • R. Keizer (2014). Relationship satisfaction. In A.C. Michalos (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Quality of Life Research (pp. 5437-5443). Springer
      • R. Keizer (2013). Childlessness. In A.C. Michalos (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-being Research. Springer
      • R. Keizer (2010). De man achter de succesvolle vrouw: Kanjer of kneus? Dag van de Sociologie: Groningen (2010, juni 10 - 2010, juni 10).
      • R. Keizer (2009). Do daddies live longer? Examining the relationship between parity and men¿s mortality risks. Demografiedag: Utrecht (2009, oktober 22 - 2009, oktober 22).
      • R. Keizer (2009). The transition into parenthood and well-being. European Sociological Association conference: Lisbon (2009, september 2 - 2009, september 5).
      • R. Keizer (2009). The transition into parenthood and well-being. Dag van de Sociologie: Amsterdam (2009, juni 11 - 2009, juni 11).
      • R. Keizer (2009). Do daddies live longer? Examining the relationship between parity and men¿s mortality risks. European Population Conference: Vienna (2009, september 1 - 2009, september 4).
      • R. Keizer (2009). Antecedents and consequences of childlessness. Brown bag seminar NIDI: The Hague (2009, maart 30 - 2009, maart 30).
      • R. Keizer (2007). Childlessness and family integration. Conference ¿Extending and extended families": Edinburgh (2007, juni 27 - 2007, juni 29).
      • R. Keizer (2007). Pathways into childlessness. Evidence of gendered life course dynamics. American Sociological Association conference: New Tork (2007, augustus 11 - 2007, augustus 14).
      • R. Keizer (2007). Does fatherhood make the man? European Sociological Association conference: Glasgow (2007, september 3 - 2007, september 6).
      • R. Keizer (2007). Does fatherhood make the man? Dag van de Sociologie¿: Rotterdam (2007, mei 31 - 2007, mei 31).
      • K. Kubisch & R. Keizer (2010). Harmonized histories. The Netherlands. Documentation of the standardization of the Dutch harmonized histories data file for birth, partnership histories, leaving home questions and background variables. (Extern rapport, Internal MPIDR report). Rostock: Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research
      • R. Keizer. Remaining childless. Causes and consequences from a life course perspective. ICS/ Utrecht University Prom./coprom.: prof.dr. P.A. Dykstra & A.R. Poortman.
  • Sociologie

    Title
    Sociologie
    Year
    2018
    Period
    BLOK 2
    Year level
    Bachelor 1 (Bestuurskunde)

    Inleiding Sociologie

    Title
    Inleiding Sociologie
    Year
    2018
    Period
    BLOK 1
    Year level
    Bachelor 1 (Sociologie), Premaster dagprogramma (Sociologie)
  • Full Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
    Department
    Department of Public Administration and Sociology/ Sociology
    Country
    The Netherlands
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