prof.dr. (Claartje) CL ter Hoeven

prof.dr. (Claartje) CL ter Hoeven
Full Professor Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences/ Organizational Dynamics in a Digital Society
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T16-35
Telephone
0104082064
Email
terhoeven@essb.eur.nl

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Professor ter Hoeven is the scientific director and coordinator of the interdisciplinary research and master programme ‘Organisational Dynamics in the Digital Society’. Professor ter Hoeven’s scholarly interests encompass organisational communication, digital technologies, occupational psychology, and employee well-being. Her current research and teaching focuses on how digital technologies reconfigure work for different people in different occupations. She is a VENI laurate on the project ‘The “always-connected” age of modern technology: The impact of new ways of working on employee well-being unraveled.’ Together with the municipality of Rotterdam and colleagues from Public Administration and Organisational Psychology, she…

Professor ter Hoeven is the scientific director and coordinator of the interdisciplinary research and master programme ‘Organisational Dynamics in the Digital Society’. Professor ter Hoeven’s scholarly interests encompass organisational communication, digital technologies, occupational psychology, and employee well-being. Her current research and teaching focuses on how digital technologies reconfigure work for different people in different occupations. She is a VENI laurate on the project ‘The “always-connected” age of modern technology: The impact of new ways of working on employee well-being unraveled.’ Together with the municipality of Rotterdam and colleagues from Public Administration and Organisational Psychology, she is involved in a collaboration labelled ‘Organisations in a Smart City’: https://organisatiesineenslimmestad.nl/

Research interests: digital technologies, distributed work, employee well-being

Onderzoeksinteresse: digitale technologieën, flexibel werken, welzijn van medewerkers 

      • N. Büchler, C.L. ter Hoeven & W. van Zoonen (2020). Understanding constant connectivity to work: How and for whom is constant connectivity related to employee well-being? Information and Organization, 30 (3). doi: 10.1016/j.infoandorg.2020.100302
      • C. Schulz-Knappe & C.L. ter Hoeven (2020). Family-specific social support at work: The role of open and trustworthy communication. International Journal of Business Communication.
      • C.L. ter Hoeven & W. van Zoonen (2020). Helping others and feeling engaged in the context of workplace flexibility: The importance of communication control. International Journal of Business Communication. doi: 10.1177/2329488419898799
      • C.L. ter Hoeven, C. Stohl, P. Leonardi & M. Stohl (2019). Assessing organizational information visibility: Development and validation of the information visibility scale. Communication Research (print). doi: 10.1177/0093650219877093
      • A.C. Kroon, M. van Selm, C.L. ter Hoeven & R. Vliegenthart (2018). Reliable and unproductive? Stereotypes of older employees in corporate and news media. Ageing and Society, 38 (1), 166-191.
      • M.A. van den Berg & C.L. ter Hoeven (2017). ‘Madonna’ as a symbol of reflexive modernization. Celebrity Studies, 4 (2), 144-154. doi: 10.1080/19392397.2013.791042
      • C.L. ter Hoeven, M. Veron, B. Peper & L. den Dulk (2017). The work must go on: The role of employee and managerial communication in the use of work-family policies. Management Communication Quarterly, 31 (2), 194-229. doi: 10.1177/0893318916684980
      • A.C. Kroon, M. van Selm, C.L. ter Hoeven & R. Vliegenthart (2017). Age at work: Explaining variation in frames of older employees in corporate and news media. Journalism Studies, 18 (9), 1167-1186. doi: 10.1080/1461670X.2015.1111162
      • A.C. Kroon, M. van Selm, C.L. ter Hoeven & R. Vliegenthart (2016). Dealing with an aging workforce: Locating threats and opportunities in corporate media. Educational Gerontology, 42 (12), 818-834.
      • L.L. ten Brummelhuis, G. Johns, B.J. Lyons & C.L. ter Hoeven (2016). Why and when do employees imitate the absenteeism of co-workers? Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 134, 16-30. doi: 10.1016/j.obhdp.2016.04.001
      • A.C. Kroon, M. van Selm, C.L. ter Hoeven & R. Vliegenthart (2016). Poles apart: The processing and consequences of mixed media stereotypes of older workers. Journal of Communication, 66 (5), 811-833. doi: 10.1111/jcom.12249
      • C.L. ter Hoeven, W. Van Zoonen & K.L. Fonner (2016). The practical paradox of technology: The influence of communication technology use on employee burnout and engagement. Communication Monographs, 83 (2), 239-263. doi: 10.1080/03637751.2015.1133920
      • C.L. ter Hoeven & W. Van Zoonen (2015). Flexible work designs and employee well-being: examining the effects of resources and demands. New Technology, Work and Employment, 30 (3), 237-255.
      • C.L. ter Hoeven & J.W.M. Verhoeven (2013). ‘Sharing is Caring’: Corporate social responsibility awareness explaining the relationship of information flow with affective commitment. Corporate Communications: an International Journal, 18, 264-279.
      • M.L. Fransen & C.L. ter Hoeven (2013). Matching the message: The role of regulatory fit in negative managerial. Communication Research (print), 40 (6), 818-837.
      • M. Zeguers, H.C. de Haes, L. Zandbelt, C.L. ter Hoeven, S.J. Franssen, D. Geijsen, C.C. Koning & E. Smets (2012). The information needs of new radiotherapy patients: how to measure? Do they want to know everything? And if not, why? International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics, 82 (1), 418-424.
      • B. King-Kallimanis, C.L. ter Hoeven, H. de Haes, E. Smets, C. Koning & F. Oort (2012). Assessing measurement invariance of a health-related quality-of-life questionnaire in radiotherapy patients. Quality of Life Research, 21, 1745-1753.
      • L.L. ten Brummelhuis, C.L. ter Hoeven, M.D.T. de Jong & A. Peper (2012). Exploring the linkage between the home domain and absence from work: Health, motivation, or both? Journal of Organizational Behavior. doi: 10.1002/job.1789
      • C.L. ter Hoeven, L. Zandbelt, S. Fransen, H. de Haes, F. Oort, D. Geijsen, C. Koning & E. Smets (2011). Measuring cancer patients’ reasons for their information preference: Construction of the Considerations Concerning Cancer Information (CCCI) questionnaire. Psycho-Oncology, 20 (11), 1228-1235.
      • L.L. ten Brummelhuis, C.L. ter Hoeven, A.B. Bakker & A. Peper (2011). Breaking through the loss cycle of burnout: The role of motivation. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 84 (2), 268-287. doi: 10.1111/j.2044-8325.2011.02019.x
      • B. Lancee & C.L. ter Hoeven (2010). Self-rated health and sickness-related absence: The modifying role of civic participation. Social Science & Medicine, 70 (4), 570-574.
      • C.L. ter Hoeven & M.L. Fransen (2008). “When the chips are down”: The relation between stress, social support, and food product attitudes. Advances in Consumer Research, 35, 960-962.
      • N. Nijhof, C.L. ter Hoeven & M.D.T. de Jong (2008). Determinants of the use of a diabetes risk screening test. Journal of Community Health, 33 (5), 313-317.
      • T.B. Araujo, W. Van Zoonen & C.L. ter Hoeven (2019). Automated 1-2-1 Communication. Amsterdam: Stichting Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Commerciële Communicatie (SWOCC)
      • C.L. ter Hoeven & J.W.M. Verhoeven (2013). Waarden aan het werk. Amsterdam: Stichting Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Commerciële Communicatie
      • C.L. ter Hoeven (2009). Sick Notes. Multiple life domains associated with sickness-related absence. Enschede: Dissertation University of Twente
      • V.J.J.M. Bekkers, H. van Duivenboden, R. Feenstra, V. Frissen, J. de Mul, A. Ponsioen, M. de Rooij, C.L. ter Hoeven, M. Thaens, A. van Venrooy, A. van Wamelen & S. Zouridis (2004). De buurt in het web; het web in de buurt/ Een ICT-kanskaart sociale cohesie. Utrecht: Lemma
      • C.L. ter Hoeven & J. Gibbs (2018). Communication and distributed work. In P. Moy (Ed.), Bibliographies in Communication. New York, NY: Oxford University Press
      • A. Peper, C.L. ter Hoeven & J. Dikkers (2011). Work-life integration among consultants: Work-related and personal factors associated with sickness absence. In IPOB (Ed.), The future of knowledge-intensive service work. Theory and practice of managing human and organizational resources. Marburg: Metropolis Verlag
  • Full Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
    Department
    Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences/ Organizational Dynamics in a Digital Society
    Country
    The Netherlands
    Telephone
    0104082064

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam