Myrte S. Hoekstra
Myrte S. Hoekstra
Researcher, Research and Documentation Centre (WODC)
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Diverse cities and good citizenship: How local governments in the Netherlands recast national integration discourse
M Hoekstra
Ethnic and Racial Studies 38 (10), 1798-1814, 2015
302015
Governing difference in the city: Urban imaginaries and the policy practice of migrant incorporation
MS Hoekstra
Territory, Politics, Governance 6 (3), 362-380, 2018
212018
To be a true Muslim: Online discussions on the headscarf among Moroccan-Dutch women
M Hoekstra, M Verkuyten
Gender, Place & Culture 22 (9), 1236-1251, 2015
132015
‘We want to be there for everyone’: imagined spaces of encounter and the politics of place in a super-diverse neighbourhood
MS Hoekstra, FM Pinkster
Social & Cultural Geography 20 (2), 222-241, 2019
82019
Neighbourhood participation in super-diverse contexts: Comparing Amsterdam and Vienna
MS Hoekstra, J Dahlvik
Urban Research & Practice 11 (4), 441-459, 2018
82018
Verbinding creëren in de buurt door beleidsinterventies. Inzichten uit Amsterdam, Stockholm en Wenen
M Hoekstra
Creating connections within the neighbourhood through policy interventions …, 2018
52018
Shrinkage and housing inequality: Policy responses to population decline and class change
MS Hoekstra, C Hochstenbach, MA Bontje, S Musterd
Journal of Urban Affairs, 1-18, 2018
42018
Migration Governance in Three European Cities: New Local Paradigms?
MS Hoekstra, J Kohlbacher, D Rauhut
International Migrations and Local Governance, 17-38, 2018
42018
Governing diversity, experiencing difference The politics of belonging in ethnically diverse places
MS Hoekstra
Doctoral dissertation, University of Amsterdam, 2017
32017
Creating active citizens? Emotional geographies of citizenship in a diverse and deprived neighbourhood
MS Hoekstra
Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 37 (3), 480-497, 2019
12019
Kwartiermaken als symbolische politiek in overheidsgestuurde gentrificatie
M Hoekstra, W van Gent, W Boterman
Jaargang 2018− Volume 39− Nummer 3, 242, 2018
12018
6 DOES A ‘LIVING LAB’CHANGE IT ALL? ABOUT INTERETHNIC ENCOUNTERS IN SUPER-DIVERSE NEIGHBOURHOODS IN VIENNA
J Dahlvik, Y Franz, M Hoekstra, J Kohlbacher
ISR-Forschungsbericht 46, 76-85, 2017
12017
Super-diversity and urban policies in Amsterdam
M Hoekstra
Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 2014
12014
Placing self and Other: Imaginaries of urban diversity and productive discontent
MS Hoekstra
Emotion, Space and Society 33, 100629, 2019
2019
Symbolic Politics and Neighborhood Intervention in an Amsterdam Working-Class Neighborhood
W van Gent, W Boterman, M Hoekstra
The Routledge Handbook of Housing Policy and Planning, 2019
2019
Het hardnekkige stigma van de Bijlmer
F Pinkster, M Ferier, M Hoekstra
Sociale Vraagstukken, 2019
2019
On the stickiness of territorial stigma: diverging experiences in Amsterdam’s most notorious neighborhood
FM Pinkster, M Ferier, MS Hoekstra
2019
Dual identity and psychological adjustment: A study among immigrant-origin members
M Verkuyten, E Abbey, D Abrams, MA Hogg, A Ahmad, KJ Ajrouch, ...
The Social Psychology of Ethnic Identity 8, 1-14, 2018
2018
(Super) diversiteit in stedelijk beleid
M Hoekstra, A Tersteeg
AGORA Magazine 33 (4), 26-28, 2017
2017
Stedelijke diversiteit: een introductie
M Hoekstra, I van Breugel, A Tersteeg, Y Albeda
AGORA Magazine 33 (4), 4-7, 2017
2017
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