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by David Imbert last modified 23-04-2009 11:44

Knijn Trudie








Address:

Departement Interdisciplinary Social Science

Utrecht University

Heidelberglaan 2

3584 CS Utrecht

tel: 31 30-2531861/9054

fax: 31 30-2534733

email: G.C.M.Knijn@uu.nl

 

Current position:

Professor of Social Science at Utrecht University, Research member of the Interuniversity Center for Social Science Theory and Methodology (ICS), member of the board of ESPAnet and coordinator of the National Associations of ESPAnet, member of the editorial board of Social Policy and Administration.

 

Fields of research and interests

-          Family relations and family policies

-          Formal and informal care

-          Governance, professionalism and the transformation of welfare states

 

Some recent and important publications


Books

Dykstra, P., M. Kalmijn, T.Knijn, A. Komter, A. Liefbroer & C. Mulder (2006) Family Solidarity in the Netherlands. Amsterdam: Dutch University Press.

 

Duyvendak, J.W., T. Knijn & M. Kremer (Eds.), 2006, People, Policy and the New Professional, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

 

Gerhard, U., T. Knijn & A. Weckwert (Eds.), 2005, Working Mothers in Europe: A Comparison of Policies and Practices, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.

 

Knijn, T. & A. Komter (eds.), 2004, Solidarity between the sexes and the generations: Transformations in Europe. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. Pp. 229

 

Gerhard, U., T. Knijn & A. Weckwert (Hrsg.), 2003, Erwerbstatige Mutter. Soziale Politik und Altagspraxis im Europaischen Vergleich. Frankfurt am Main: Beck Verlag. Pp. 253.

 

Most recent articles in peer reviewed journals:

 

Van Wel, F., & T. Knijn (2007) Single mothers’ motivation to work and their participation in the labour market in the Netherlands, International Journal of Sociology of the Family 33 (1), 183-196.

 

Knijn, T. & S. Verhagen (2007) Contested professionalism. Payments for care and the quality of home care, Administration and Society (forthcoming)

 

Van Wel, F. & T. Knijn, 2006, Transitional Phase or New balance?: Working and caring by mothers with young children in the Netherlands, Journal of Family Issues 27 (5), 633-651.

 

Knijn, T., 2003, Challenges and Risks of Individualisation in the Netherlands, Social Policy and Society, (3) 1, 57-64. 

 

Knijn, T. & F. van Wel, 2001. Careful or lenient? Welfare reform for lone mothers in the Netherlands. Journal of European Social Policy. Vol. 11, no. 3. Pp. 235-252.

 

Wel, F. van & T. Knijn, 2001, The Labor Market Orientation of Lone Mothers in the Netherlands, Journal of Marriage and the Family. Vol. 63, pp. 804-815.

 

Knijn, T. & M. Kremer, 1997, Gender and the caring dimension of welfare states: toward inclusive citizenship. Social Politics. International Studies in Gender, State and Society. vol. 4. no.3. Special Issue: p. 328-361.

 

 

Chapters in books:

 

Knijn, T. & P. Selten, 2006, The rise of contractualisation in the public sector, in: J.W. Duyvendak, T. Knijn & M. Kremer (Eds) People, Policy and the New Professional, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 19-33.

 

Knijn, T. I. Ostner & C. Schmitt, 2006, Men and (their) families: comparative perspectives  on Men’s roles and attitudes towards family formation, in: J. Bradshaw & A. Hatland (Eds) Social Policy, Employment and Family Change in Comparative Perspective. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 199-220.

 

Knijn, T., 2004, Family solidarity and social solidarity; substitutes or complements. In:  Knijn, T. & A. Komter (eds.) Solidarity between the sexes and the generations: Transformations in Europe. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. Pp. 18-33

 

Gerhard, U., T. Knijn, & J. Lewis, 2002, Contractualisation. In: B. Hobson, J. Lewis &  B. Siim (eds.) Contested Concepts in Gender and Social Politics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. 105-140.

 

Knijn, T. & I. Ostner, 2002, Commodification and de-commodification. In. B. Hobson, J. Lewis &  B. Siim (eds.) Contested Concepts in Gender and Social Politics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. 141-169.


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