Marc Swyngedouw
Marc Swyngedouw
full professor political sociology, KU Leuven, Belgium
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Associational membership and political involvement among ethnic minority groups in Brussels
D Jacobs, K Phalet, M Swyngedouw
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 30 (3), 543-559, 2004
Party system (s) and electoral behaviour in Belgium: From stability to balkanisation
L De Winter, M Swyngedouw, P Dumont
The politics of Belgium, 71-94, 2013
Measuring immigrant integration: the case of Belgium
K Phalet, M Swyngedouw
Studi Emigrazione, 773-804, 2003
The ordinal controversy revisited
J Kampen, M Swyngedouw
Quality and quantity 34 (1), 87-102, 2000
The extreme right utopia in Belgium and France: The ideology of the Flemish Vlaams Blok and the French Front National
M Swyngedouw, G Ivaldi
West European Politics 24 (3), 1-22, 2001
The subjective cognitive and affective map of extreme right voters: using open-ended questions in exit polls
M Swyngedouw
Electoral studies 20 (2), 217-241, 2001
The effects of immigrant population size, unemployment, and individual characteristics on voting for the Vlaams Blok in Flanders 1991–1999
N Rink, K Phalet, M Swyngedouw
European sociological review 25 (4), 411-424, 2009
The extreme right in Belgium-of a non-existing front national and an omnipresent Vlaams Blok
M Swyngedouw
St. Martins Press; USA, 1998
Political participation and associational life of Turkish residents in the capital of Europe
D Jacobs, K Phalet, M Swyngedouw
Turkish Immigrants in the European Union, 141-157, 2013
The challenge of measuring immigrant origin and immigration-related ethnicity in Europe
D Jacobs, M Swyngedouw, L Hanquinet, V Vandezande, R Andersson, ...
Journal of International Migration and Integration/Revue de l'integration et …, 2009
National identities and representations of citizenship: A comparison of Turks, Moroccans and working-class Belgians in Brussels
K Phalet, M Swyngedouw
Ethnicities 2 (1), 5-30, 2002
Sources of Euroscepticism: Utilitarian interest, social distrust, national identity and institutional distrust
K Abts, D Heerwegh, M Swyngedouw
World Political Science 5 (1), 2009
The scope of EU government
L De Winter, M Swyngedouw
Minderheden in Brussel
M Swyngedouw, K Phalet, K Deschouwer
Swyngedouw, M., Phalet, K. & Deschouwer, K.(red), 1999, Minderheden in …, 1999
Close encounters: Minority and majority perceptions of discrimination and intergroup relations in Antwerp, Belgium
A Alanya, M Swyngedouw, V Vandezande, K Phalet
International Migration Review 51 (1), 191-217, 2017
Partnership preferences of the Belgian second generation: Who lives with whom?
A Hartung, V Vandezande, K Phalet, M Swyngedouw
Advances in Life Course Research 16 (4), 152-163, 2011
A cross-cultural analysis of immigrant and host values and acculturation orientations
K Phalet, M Swyngedouw
Comparing cultures, 181-208, 2004
Belgium: explaining the relationship between Vlaams Blok and the city of Antwerp
M Swyngedouw
The politics of the extreme right: From the margins to the mainstream, 121-43, 2000
The dynamics of the extreme right support: A growth curve model of the populist vote in Flanders-Belgium in 1987–2007
D Poznyak, K Abts, M Swyngedouw
Electoral Studies 30 (4), 672-688, 2011
Social science research and public policies: The case of immigration in Belgium
E Florence, M Martiniello
International Journal on Multicultural Societies 7 (1), 2005
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