dr. (Marina) M Tulin

dr. (Marina) M Tulin
Researcher Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Media and Communication
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
M8-16
Email
tulin@eshcc.eur.nl
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Marina is a postdoctoral researcher and lecturer in the Department of Media and Communication at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She is also the project coordination manager of the Horizon 2020 project Trustworthy, Reliable, and Engaging Social Science Communication Approaches (TRESCA). In her research, Marina integrates sociological theories and psychological mechanisms.

Prior to joining the department, she conducted research on social capital and social networks as a PhD researcher in the Department of Sociology at the University of Amsterdam (2015-2019) in affiliation with the Interuniversity Center for Social Science Research and Methodology (ICS). In autumn 2018, she spent 2 months as a visiting PhD scholar at Stanford University.

Marina obtained her BSc in Psychology (cum laude) from Tilburg University in 2013 and her MSc in Social Psychology (cum laude) from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam in 2015.

Her interdisciplinary background is well-reflected in her scholarly output. To date, her work has been published in leading international journals in the fields of psychology and social sciences, such as Social Science Research, Social Psychology Quarterly, Journal of Urban Affairs, Hormones and Behavior, and Migration Studies. You can follow Marina’s research output via ResearchGate.

  • Marina Tulin, G Mollenhorst & B Volker (2021) - Whom do we lose? The case of dissimilarity in personal networks - Social Networks (print), 65, 51-62 - doi: 10.1016/j.socnet.2020.11.003
  • Marina Tulin & S Smith (2020) - Poverty and mental health among migrants: When is ingroup exposure more protective than social ties? - Social Science & Medicine, 11, 1-8 - doi: 10.1016/j.ssmph.2020.100599
  • Akiva Weiss & Marina Tulin (2019) - What makes a migrant desirable? A conjoint experiment. - Migration Studies, 2019 (October), 1-22 - doi: 10.1093/migration/mnz042
  • L Van der Meij, A Demetriou, T Pronk, Marina Tulin & I Méndez (2019) - Hormones in speed-dating. The role of testosterone and cortisol - Hormones & Behavior, 116, 1-12 - doi: 10.1016/j.yhbeh.2019.07.003
  • Marina Tulin, B Volker & B Lancee (2019) - The same place but different: how neighborhood context differentially affects homogeneity in networks of different social groups - Journal of Urban Affairs, 43 (1), 57-76 - doi: 10.1080/07352166.2019.1578176
  • Marina Tulin, B Lancee & B Volker (2018) - Personality and social capital - Social Psychology Quarterly, 81 (4), 295-318 - doi: 10.1177/0190272518804533
  • Marina Tulin, T Pollet & N Lehmann-Willenbrock (2018) - Perceived cohesion versus actual social structure: a study using social network analysis of egocentric Facebook networks - Social Science Research, 74, 161-175 - doi: 10.1016/j.ssresearch.2018.04.004

Quant. Methods in Media and Comm.

Level
BA-2
Year
2020
Year Level
BA-2
Course Code
CM2005

Digital Media Analysis

Year
2020
Year Level
BA-2, BA-3
Course Code
CM2029

Mathematics Remedial Course

Level
BA-1
Year
2020
Year Level
BA-1
Course Code
CM0020

Introduction to Statistical Analysis

Year
2020
Year Level
BA-1, Pre-master, Pre-master, Pre-master, Pre-master
Course Code
CM1005

Media Systems in Comparative Perspective

Year
2020
Year Level
BA-1, Pre-master, Pre-master
Course Code
CM1008

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