Presentations

International and national scientific presentations

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2015

190ste plenaire conferentie van de SWR (Sociaal Wetenschappelijke Raad), KNAW, 29-30 mei 2015. “Mediaopvoeding en (online) risico’s en kansen voor Jongeren”. Download

2014

ICA Conference, “Communication and the ‘Good Life’.”  May 22-26 Seattle, United States of America.
Presentation: Notten, N. and Nikken, P. Boys and girls taking risks online. A gendered perspective on families, societies and adolescents’ risky online behavior. Download.

ICA Prefconference “Digital Divide”. May 21 Seattle, United States of America
Presentation: Notten, N. and Becker, B. Early reading socialization and adolescents’ online reading behaviour in comparative perspective. Download. 


2013

Stichting Lezen, Amsterdam, oktober 2013.
Presentatie: Ouderbetrokkenheid en leesbevordering. Download

Children’s literature and media cultures, IRSCL Conference, August 10-14, Maastricht.
Presentations:
1) Early reading socialization and adolescents’ online reading behavior in comparative perspective
2) Boys and girls taking risks online. A gendered perspective on families, societies and adolescents’ risky online behavior

Youth 2.0 Conference, March 20-22 Antwerp.
Presentation: Is the Worldwide Web a World Wide Concern? The impact of families and societies on adolescents' risky online behavior


2012


EQUALSOC/ECSR Conference, 24-26 September, Stockholm. 

Presentation: Social Policies and Families in Stress. Gender differences in work-family conflict from a European perspective

Conferentie onderzoek in cultuureducatie
Cultuurnetwerk, 21 juni 2012, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam 
Presentatie: De relatie tussen opleiding en cultuurparticipatie: cognitieve competentie of status motivatie?

Kennisdag 4-12 jaar “Van impuls naar impact!”
Den Bosch, De Verkadefabriek
Cubiss en de Brabantse Netwerkbibliotheek
Presentatie: Ouders en de media


GINI Growing Inequalities’ Impacts

Inequalities and their impacts in European societies

Mid-Term Conference, March 23-24, Budapest.

Presentation: Dutch country report

 

Ministerie OCW, Den Haag.

Presentation: Parents and the media.

 
Stichting lezen, Kennisbijeenkomst Digitaal Lezen
Expert review 



2011   

 
ECSR 20th Anniversary Conference: European Society or Societies? A 20-Year Perspective. 

December 14-17, 2011 University College Dublin.  
Presentation: Disentangling the relation between educational level and cultural participation. Educational distributions and the distinctive nature of qualifications in comparative perspective


Sociology seminar, Universiteit van Amsterdam

Presentation: Media in the family home.


Stichting lezen

Presentation: Parents and the media.

 

Ministererie OCW, Den Haag.

Presentation: Mediaopvoeding en onderwijssucces; kans of belemmering?


IGEL Conference, Utrecht, the Netherlands
Presentation: Family Matters. A study of the intergenerational transmission of media taste.



2010

ISA World Congress of Sociology, Gothenburg, Sweden
Presentation: Family Matters. A study of the intergenerational transmission of media taste.
Presentation: Parents, television and health. How does parental television socialization affect current weight status?

‘Dag van de Sociologie 2010’, University of Groningen (RuG), the Netherlands (annual congress of Dutch and Belgian sociologists)
Presentation: Parents, television and health. How does parental television socialization affect current weight status?

Ministerie van OCW, 'kennismarkt OCW', Den Haag
Presentation: Mediasocialisatie; kans of belemmering in de onderwijsloopbaan?

Conferentie Onderzoek in Cultuureducatie 2010, Cultuurnetwerk, Nijmegen, the Netherlands
PresentationParental media socialization and children’s education: resource or disadvantage?

 

2009

‘Dag van de Sociologie 2009’, University of Amsterdam (UvA), the Netherlands(annual congress of Dutch and Belgian sociologists)

Presentation: Family Matters. A study of the intergenerational transmission of media taste.   

 

‘Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap’, Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands

(annual congress of Dutch and Belgian communication researchers)

Presentation: Home Media and Children’s Educational Success. A cross-national study.

 

2008

ESF Conference,

Vadstena, Sweden

Presentation: Parents, Media resources and Educational performance. A cross-national study of parental media resources and children’s educational performance   
  


2007

RC28 Summer Meeting,

Montreal, Canada

Presentation: What harm can TV do? A study of the effects of media socialization in the parental home on educational attainment.

 

“Dag van de Sociologie’, University of Tilburg, the Netherlands 

(annual congress of Dutch and Belgian sociologists)  

Presentation: Family background and media socialization. An empirical study on social differences in parental socialization activities