prof.dr. (Inge) I. Hutter

prof.dr. (Inge) I. Hutter

Rector International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)
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Erasmus University Rotterdam
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I 1-01
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hutter@iss.nl

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C.J. Fenenga, R. Kaba Alhassan, S. Duku, W. Janssens, W. Arhinful & I. Hutter (2016). Disparities between Explanatory Models of Health Clients, Healthcare Providers and Health Insurer. Journal of Health Science, 43. doi: DOI: 10.17265/2328-7136/2016.03.006

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Inge Hutter is Rector of the International Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, of Erasmus University Rotterdam, and Professor of Participatory and Qualitative Research in Population and Development, since August 2015.

Before joining ISS in The Hague, she was Professor of Demography (since 2004), Vice Dean Research (2005-08) and Dean (2011-15) at the Faculty of Spatial Sciences, University of Groningen. She received an ASPASIA for Associate Professorship in 2000, a KNAW post-doc research position in 1996 and a PhD cum laude in 1994.

She conducted research on population and health (reproductive and sexual health, nutrition, ageing) and development in India, Cameroun and Malawi. She is highly experienced in conducting fieldwork in the Global South.

She has supervised PhD research in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Ghana, Tanzania, Malawi, Uganda, and the Northern Netherlands. She adopts a participatory approach to research, i.e. involving societal stakeholders from the very beginning of a research project, thus ensuring that research not only leads to scientific publications but also to policies and actions and is relevant for society.

She is an expert in qualitative research; together with Monique Hennink (Emory University, Atlanta) and Ajay Bailey (University of Groningen) she wrote the book Qualitative Research Methods with Sage (2011) which is widely used within several academic disciplines all over the world. A second edition is in process.

        • C.J. Fenenga, R. Kaba Alhassan, S. Duku, W. Janssens, W. Arhinful & I. Hutter (2016). Disparities between Explanatory Models of Health Clients, Healthcare Providers and Health Insurer. Journal of Health Science, 43. doi: DOI: 10.17265/2328-7136/2016.03.006
        • S. Visser & I. Hutter (2016). Building a framework for theories-based ethnographies for studying intergenerational family food practices. Appetite, 97, 49-57.
        • A.P. Ugargol, I. Hutter, K.S. James & A. Bailey (2016). Care Needs and Caregivers: Associations and Effects of Living Arrangements on Caregiving to Older Adults in India. Ageing International : Journal of the International Federation on Ageing, 41. doi: http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.1007/s12126-016-9243-9[go to publisher's site]
        • C.J. Fenenga, E. Nketiah-Amponsah, A. Bailey & I. Hutter (2015). Participatory action approach for client-centered health insurance. Action Research, 1-19. doi: http://dx.doi.org/0.1177/1476750314568209[go to publisher's site]
        • S. Mahapatro, A. Bailey, K.S. James & I. Hutter (2015). Remittances and household expenditure patterns in India and selected states. Migration and Development, 1-19. doi: 10.1080/21632324.2015.1044316
        • S. Darak, I. Hutter, S. Kulkarni, V. Kulkarni & F. Janssen (2015). Occurrence of Pregnancies among HIV Infected Indian Women: Does Knowledge about HIV Status Make a Difference? International Journal of Population Research, 2015. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2015/578150[go to publisher's site]
        • S. Darak, M. Mills, V. Kulkarni, S. Kulkarni, I. Hutter & F. Janssen (2015). Trajectories of childbearing among HIV infected Indian women: a sequence analysis approach. PLoS One (print), 10 (4), 1-16. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0124537[go to publisher's site]
        • E. Metta, A. Bailey, F. Kessy, E. Geubbels, I. Hutter & H. Haisma (2015). "In a situation of rescuing life": meanings given to diabetes symptoms and care-seeking practices among adults in Southeastern Tanzania: a qualitative inquiry. Bmc Public Health, 15 (1, article number 224), 1-11. doi: http://dx.doi.org/http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12889-015-1504-0[go to publisher's site]
        • S. Darak, I. Hutter, V. Kulkarni, S. Kulkarni & F. Janssen (2015). High prevalence of unwanted pregnancies and induced abortions among HIV-infected women from Western India. Aids Care-Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of Aids/Hiv, 1-9. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09540121.2015.1066750[go to publisher's site]
        • E. Metta, H. Haisma, F. Kessy, E. Geubbels, I. Hutter & A. Bailey (2015). "It is the medicines that keep us alive": lived experiences of diabetes medication use and continuity among adults in Southeastern Tanzania. Bmc Health Services Research, 15 (1, article number 111). doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/s12913-015-0768-5[go to publisher's site]
        • E. Metta, H. Haisma, F. Kessy, I. Hutter & A. Bailey (2014). "We have become doctors for ourselves". Malaria Journal, 13 (1), 249.
        • A. Oosterhoff, I. Hutter & H. Haisma (2014). It takes a mother to practise breastfeeding. Women and birth : journal of the Australian College of Midwives, 27 (4), e43-e50.
        • S. Darak, T. Darak, S. Kulkarni, V. Kulkarni, R. Parchure, I. Hutter & F. Janssen (2013). Effect of highly active antiretroviral treatment (HAART) during pregnancy on pregnancy outcomes. Aids Patient Care and Stds, 27 (3), 163-170.
        • B. Sahu, L. J. G. van Wissen, I. Hutter & A. M. Bosch (2012). Fertility Differentials among Religious Minorities. Population Space and Place, 18 (5), 503-515.
        • B. Sahu & I. Hutter (2012). 'Lived Islam' in India and Bangladesh. Culture Health & Sexuality, 14 (5), 521-535.
        • K. Haandrikman & I. Hutter (2012). That's a different kind of person. Spatial connotations and partner choice. Population, Space and Place, 18, 241-259.
        • K. Haandrikman & I. Hutter (2012). That's a Different Kind of Person' - Spatial Connotations and Partner Choice. Population Space and Place, 18 (3), 241-259.
        • I. Hutter (2012). Gezond en wel ouder worden in Noord Nederland: kansen voor toenemende participatie. Geron, 14 (3), 37-39.
        • A. Bailey, I. Hutter & P. P. P. Huigen (2011). THE SPATIAL-CULTURAL CONFIGURATION OF SEX WORK IN GOA INDIA. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 102 (2), 162-175.
        • S. Darak, F. Janssen & I. Hutter (2011). Fertility among HIV-infected Indian women Indian women. Journal of Biosocial Science, 43 (1), 19-29.
        • M. Luinge, A. Bailey & I. Hutter (2010). Telling in the Shimmering. Perception of Parents or Caregivers About the Social Interaction of Their Prematurely Born Children. International journal of qualitative methods, 9 (4), 415-415.
        • A. Bailey, H.R. Channakki & I. Hutter (2009). Place making in liminal times: a case study among Karnataka migrants in Goa. Man in India, 89 (1-2), 1-14.
        • Z. Matthews, S. S. Padmadas, I. Hutter, J. McEachran & J. J. Brown (2009). Does early childbearing and a sterilization-focused family planning programme in India fuel population growth? Demographic Research, 20 (28), 693-719.
        • R. Stolk, I. Hutter & R.P.M. Wittek (2009). Population ageing research: a family of disciplines. European Journal of Epidemiology, 24, 715-718.
        • A. Bailey, H. R. Channakki & I. Hutter (2009). PLACE MAKING IN LIMINAL TIMES. Man in India, 89 (1-2), 1-14.
        • R. Stolk, I. Hutter & R. P. M. Wittek (2009). Population ageing research. European Journal of Epidemiology, 24 (11), 715-718.
        • A. M. Bosch, F. J. Willekens, A. H. Baqui, J. K. S. Van Ginneken & I. Hutter (2008). Association between age at menarche and early-life nutritional status in rural Bangladesh. Journal of Biosocial Science, 40 (2), 223-237.
        • A.M. Bosch, I. Hutter & J.K. Ginneken (2008). Perceptions of adolecents and their mothers on reproductive and sexual development in Matlab, Bangladesh. International Journal of Adolecents Medical Health, 20 (3).
        • K. Haandrikman, C. Harmsen, L. J. G. van Wissen & I. Hutter (2008). Geography Matters. Population Space and Place, 14 (5), 387-405.
        • A. Bailey & I. Hutter (2008). Qualitative to quantitative. Aids Care-Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of Aids/Hiv, 20 (9), 1119-1124.
        • L. Bernardi & I. Hutter (2007). The anthropological demography of Europe. Demographic Research, 17 (18), 541-566.
        • A. Bailey & I. Hutter (2006). Cultural heuristics in risk assessment of HIV/AIDS. Culture Health & Sexuality, 8 (5), 465-477.
        • I. Hutter (2005). Netherlands to Dharwad: with thanks to IDS. Silver Jubilee Year 2003-04. India Development Service, 6-7.
        • K. Haandrikman, N.V. Rajeswari, I. Hutter & B.M. Ramesh (2004). Coping with time. Using a local time-path calender to reduce heaping in durations. Time & Society, 2/3, 339-362.
        • S. Padmadas, I. Hutter & F.J.C. Willekens (2004). Compression of women's reproductive spans in Andhra Pradesh. International Family Planning Perspectives, 1, 12-19.
        • I. Hutter (2004). Demografische cijfers, anthropologische verhalen. Het beslissende boek: Anke Niehof over Women and fertility in Madura. Geografie, 5.
        • S. Padmadas, I. Hutter & F.J.C. Willekens (2002). Weaning initiation patterns and subsequent linear growth progression among children aged 2-4 years in India. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 31 (4), 855-863.
        • A.M. Bosch & I. Hutter (2002). Achtergronden, opzet en datacollectie in een levensloopstudie naar reproductieve gezondheid van adolescenten in ruraal Bangladesh. Bevolking en Gezin, 2, 67-94.
        • I. Hutter, S. Mehta & M. Verhagen (2001). Aids in India. IDPAD Newsletter, 7-8.
        • I. Hutter, B.M. Ramesh & V.M. Koliwad (2000). Research for action: workshop of research ers, NGO and artists in Spandana. IDPAD Newsletter, 8.
        • I. Hutter (1999). Population, gender and politics. Demographic change in rural North India. European Journal of Population, 15 (4), 381-383.
        • I. Hutter (1999). Reproductive health in rural South India. IDPAD Newsletter, 5-7.
        • I. Hutter (1999). De Europese conferentie: impressies en bijdragen. Bevolking en Gezin, 155-158.
        • I. Hutter (1996). Reduction of food intake during pregnancy in rural South India. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 3 (3), 399-405.
      • S. Fonn & I. Hutter (2012). Research Translation Mission for Ifakara Health Institute. onbekend: NICHE programme
      • M. Klaassens, L. Meijering & I. Hutter (2012). De participatieve benadering in de ouderenzorg: Zorg Zonder Regels in De Hoven. Onbekend: Faculteit Ruimtelijke Wetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
      • M. Sibande & I. Hutter (2012). Participatory approach and community empowerment in Safe Motherhood in Malawi. onbekend: RUG - Faculty of Spatial Sciences
      • I. Hutter, M. Hennink & A. Bailey (2011). Qualitative Research Methods. Onbekend: Sage publishers
      • I. Hutter (2005). Cultuur als perspectief. Inaugurele rede. onbekend: Faculteit Ruimtelijke Wetenschappen, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
      • I. Hutter, B.M. Ramesh, N.V. Rajeswari & P. Riiti (2002). Reproductive health and child spacing in rural South India; basic report of the in-depth interviews, female and mail perspectives. onbekend: s.n.
      • I. Hutter, B.M. Ramesh, N.V. Rajeswari & J.S. Hallad (2001). Enhancement of the reproductive health status of women and men in Dharwd taluka. onbekend: s.n.
      • I. Hutter, B.M. Ramesh & F.J.C. Willekens (2000). Quality of life in a globalising world. Population and health. Fifth phase position paper. onbekend: s.n.
      • I. Hutter (1999). Induced abortion and contraceptive use in Russia: state of the art and need for a micro-approach. onbekend: s.n.
      • I. Hutter (1999). Fertility in the Irish Republic: nurtured by Irish law and the Catholic church. onbekend: s.n.
      • I. Hutter, N.V. Rajeswari, J.S. Hallad & B.M. Ramesh (1999). Reproductive health and child spacing in rural South India; Basic survey report. onbekend: s.n.
      • I. Hutter (1998). Research programme on reproductive health. onbekend: s.n.
      • I. Hutter (1998). She is with a stomach: nutrition of pregnant women and well-being of children. onbekend: Manohara Grantha Mala Publishing Company
      • I. Hutter (1998). Evaluation of UNICEF-child survival and safe motherhood programme in India. onbekend: s.n.
      • I. Hutter (1998). Avalu hotte illi adaale. onbekend: Manohara Grantha Mala Publishing Company
      • N.V. Rajeswari & I. Hutter (1998). Reproductive health and child spacing in rural South India, Census basic report. onbekend: s.n.
      • I. Hutter (1998). Reproductive health and child spacing in rural South-India; contribution to a reorientation of population policies in India: background paper to the project. onbekend: s.n.
      • I. Hutter, F.J.C. Willekens & L.W. Niessen (1996). Fertility change in India. onbekend: RIVM
      • F.J.C. Willekens, I. Hutter, M.B.A. van Asselt, L.W. Niessen & J. Rotmans (1995). Fertility change: a global integrated perspective. onbekend: RIVM
      • I. Hutter, N.V. Rajeswari, S.V. Morab & T. Rajaretnam (2004). Research for action in reproductive health: Spandana in South India. In Host Publication
      • I. Hutter (2003). Determinants of abortion and contraceptive behaviour in Russia. In The socio-cultural and political aspects of abortion (pp. 185-202). Westport: Praeger
      • I. Hutter (2001). Nutrition and reproduction. In Cultural perspectives on reproductive health (pp. 37-58)
      • I. Hutter (1999). Reproductieve gezondheid in India. In Over de grenzen van het weten. Jaarboek 1998 (pp. 55-60)
      • K. Haandrikman & I. Hutter (2009). That's a different kind of people. Whom not to marry and why.
      • I. Hutter (1997). Research programme on reproductive health.
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    Erasmus University Rotterdam
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    International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)
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    Nederland
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    Professor Participatory and Qualitative Research in Population and Development

    University
    International Institute of Social Studies (ISS)
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    Nederland
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    Honorary Professor

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    University of Groningen
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    Faculty of Spatial Sciences
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    Nederland
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  • General Information

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    General Information
    Year
    2017
    Period
    TERM1A, TERM1B, TERM2, TERM3, TERM4

    The Making of Development

    Title
    The Making of Development
    Year
    2016
    Period
    TERM1
  • University of Groningen

    Start Date
    Sep/2015
    End Date
    Aug/2019
    Place
    GRONINGEN
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    onderwijs
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    Participatory and Qualitative Research in Population and Development

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    Start Date
    Jan/2015
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    Is current
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    DEN HAAG
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    Participatory and Qualitative Research in Population and Development

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