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Marc Hooghe
Marc Hooghe
Professor of Political Science (Belgium)
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Politics in the supermarket: Political consumerism as a form of political participation
D Stolle, M Hooghe, M Micheletti
International Political Science Review 26 (3), 245-269, 2005
13612005
Generating social capital: Civil society and institutions in comparative perspective
M Hooghe, D Stolle
Palgrave Macmillan, New York, 2003
717*2003
Ethnic diversity and generalized trust in Europe: A cross-national multilevel study
M Hooghe, T Reeskens, D Stolle, A Trappers
Comparative Political Studies, 42(2), 198-223., 2009
649*2009
Inequalities in Non-Institutionalized Forms of Political Participation: A Multilevel Analysis for 26 countries
S Mariën, M Hooghe, E Quintelier
Political Studies 58 (1), 187-213, 2010
6142010
Does political trust matter? An empirical investigation into the relation between political trust and support for law compliance
S Marien, M Hooghe
European Journal of Political Research 50 (2), 267-291, 2011
5622011
Inaccurate, exceptional, one-sided or irrelevant? The debate about the alleged decline of social capital and civic engagement in Western societies
D Stolle, M Hooghe
British Journal of Political Science 35 (1), 149-167, 2005
5432005
Is Online Participation Distinct from Offline Participation? A Latent Class Analysis of Participation Types and Their Stratification
J Oser, M Hooghe, S Marien
Political Research Quarterly 66 (1), 91-101, 2013
4402013
A comparative analysis of the relation between political trust and forms of political participation in Europe
M Hooghe, S Marien
European Societies 15 (1), 131-152, 2013
3712013
Cross-cultural measurement equivalence of generalized trust. Evidence from the European Social Survey (2002 and 2004)
T Reeskens, M Hooghe
Social indicators research 85 (3), 515-532, 2008
3632008
Migration to European countries: A structural explanation of patterns, 1980–2004
M Hooghe, A Trappers, B Meuleman, T Reeskens
International Migration Review 42 (2), 476-504, 2008
2922008
Good girls go to the polling booth, bad boys go everywhere: Gender differences in anticipated political participation among American fourteen-year-olds
M Hooghe, D Stolle
Women & Politics 26 (3-4), 1-23, 2004
2802004
Participation in voluntary associations and value indicators: The effect of current and previous participation experiences
M Hooghe
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 32 (1), 47-69, 2003
2692003
Explaining the Trump Vote. The Effect of Racism and Anti-Immigrant Sentiments.
M Hooghe, R Dassonneville
PS: Political Science and Politics, 51(3), 528-534., 2018
268*2018
Shifting inequalities: Patterns of exclusion and inclusion in emerging forms of political participation
D Stolle, M Hooghe
European Societies 13 (1), 119-142, 2011
2582011
Political socialization and the future of politics
M Hooghe
Acta Politica 39 (4), 331-341, 2004
2582004
Beyond the civic–ethnic dichotomy: investigating the structure of citizenship concepts across thirty‐three countries
T Reeskens, M Hooghe
Nations and nationalism 16 (4), 579-597, 2010
2432010
The stability of political attitudes and behaviors across adolescence and early adulthood: A comparison of survey data on adolescents and young adults in eight countries
M Hooghe, B Wilkenfeld
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 37 (2), 155-167, 2008
2392008
A comparative prospective study of splinted and unsplinted Brȧnemark implants in mandibular overdenture therapy: A preliminary report
I Naert, M Quirynen, M Hooghe, D van Steenberghe
The Journal of prosthetic dentistry 71 (5), 486-492, 1994
2321994
The roots of social capital: Attitudinal and network mechanisms in the relation between youth and adult indicators of social capital
D Stolle, M Hooghe
Acta Politica 39 (4), 422-441, 2004
2122004
Where Do Distrusting Voters Turn if There is No Viable Exit or Voice Option? The Impact of Political Trust on Electoral Behaviour in the Belgian Regional Elections of June 2009
M Hooghe, S Marien
Government and Opposition 46 (2), 245-273, 2011
1902011
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