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    History and Institutions in the Rebuilding of Social Capital after Forced Resettlement in the Philippines and Indonesia
    Navarra, Melissa Quetulio ; Niehof, Anke ; Vaart, Wander van der; Horst, Hilje van der; Moerbeek, Hester - \ 2018
    Journal of Development Studies 54 (2018)8. - ISSN 0022-0388 - p. 1392 - 1405.

    Resettlement results in the loss of social capital from which poor households can draw resources for sustenance, survival and wellbeing. While Putnam deems social capital formation as pre-determined by a community’s history of civic engagement, the institutional view argues that social capital is generated through the institutions’ interventions. Utilising a comparative approach involving two resettlement sites, one in the Philippines and one in Indonesia, this article presents findings on the explanatory power of these two perspectives. The Philippine case is greatly influenced by the institutional interventions while the Indonesian case testifies to the validity of the theoretical perspective of Putnam.

    The intergenerational transmission of social inequalities in Sweden - a long term perspective, 1820-1910
    Moenkediek, Bastian ; Moerbeek, H.H.S. ; Mandemakers, J.J. ; Rotering, P.P.P. - \ 2015
    When Aids meets Poverty: Implications for Social Capital in a Village in Tanzania
    Moerbeek, H.H.S. - \ 2008
    Medische Antropologie 20 (2008)1. - ISSN 0925-4374
    Social Resources and Their Effect on Occupational Attainment through the Life Course
    Moerbeek, H.H.S. ; Flap, H.D. - \ 2008
    In: Social capital : advances research, an international research program / Lin, N., Erickson, B.H., Oxford : Oxford University Press - ISBN 9780199234387 - p. 133 - 157.
    Epilogue
    Moerbeek, H.H.S. ; Niehof, A. ; Ophem, J.A.C. van - \ 2007
    In: Changing families and their lifestyles / Moerbeek, H.H.S., Niehof, A., van Ophem, J.A.C., Wageningen : Wageningen Academic Publishers (Mansholt publication series 5) - ISBN 9789086860517 - p. 327 - 330.
    Changing families and their lifestyles
    Moerbeek, H.H.S. ; Niehof, A. ; Ophem, J.A.C. van - \ 2007
    Wageningen : Wageningen Academic Publishers (Mansholt publication series vol. 5) - ISBN 9789086860517 - 339
    gezinnen - sociale structuur - consumenten - huishoudens - consumentengedrag - vrije tijd - hygiëne - gezondheid - samenleving - sociale verandering - levensstijl - nederland - gezinssociologie - gedrag van huishoudens - families - social structure - consumers - households - consumer behaviour - leisure - hygiene - health - society - social change - lifestyle - netherlands - sociology of the family - household behaviour
    The family as social capital: the influence of parent' friends on occupational prestige
    Moerbeek, H.H.S. - \ 2007
    In: Changing families and their lifestyles / Moerbeek, H.H.S, Niehof, A., van Ophem, J.A.C, Wageningen : Wageningen Academic Publishers (Mansholt Publication Series 5) - ISBN 9789086860517 - p. 141 - 152.
    General Introduction
    Moerbeek, H.H.S. ; Niehof, A. ; Ophem, J.A.C. van - \ 2007
    In: Changing families and their lifestyles / Moerbeek, H.H.S, Niehof, A., van Ophem, J.A.C., Wageningen : Wageningen Academic Publishers (Mansholt Publication Series 5) - ISBN 9789086860517 - p. 15 - 22.
    Voedingsbeleid en ondervoeding bij ouderen in zorginstellingen
    Wensink, L. ; Cox-Claessens, H. ; Moerbeek, H.H.S. - \ 2006
    Tijdschrift voor verpleeghuisgeneeskunde 31 (2006)3. - ISSN 1386-1514 - p. 78 - 81.
    Knowledge and acceptance of genetically modified food from a gender perspective
    Moerbeek, H.H.S. ; Casimir, G.J. - \ 2005
    In: 2nd International Institute of Consumer Sciences Research Conference 4-6th July 2005 - p. np - np.
    Discussie: Thema: AOW en pensioenen
    Moerbeek, H. - \ 2005
    Geron, Tijdschrift over ouder worden en maatschappij 7 (2005)2. - ISSN 1389-143X - p. 41 - 41.
    Gender differences in consumers' acceptance of genetically modified foods
    Moerbeek, H. ; Casimir, G. - \ 2005
    International Journal of Consumer Studies 29 (2005)4. - ISSN 1470-6423 - p. 308 - 318.
    Research has shown that women are less accepting of genetically engineered products than men. We expect two mechanisms to be at work here. First, in consumer behaviour theory, more knowledge is assumed to lead to more acceptance. We assumed that for genetically engineered foods, this general principle does not apply since long-term consequences are not known yet. The well-informed consumer is likely to be comparatively more concerned with this lack of knowledge. We call this the information paradox. Theory on the topic is relatively recent. The results of this study will help to distinguish consumer behaviour with regard to new types of food as compared with traditional foods. Second, we assumed that there is a gender factor included in attitudes toward foods. In general, women still plan food and household purchases. A tentative attitude and an accompanying reluctance toward food innovation are adopted when buying food for children. We call this the gender paradox. In this exploratory study we use data from the Eurobarometer. Eurobarometer surveys have been executed since 1973 by the European Commission among the adult population of European Union member countries (n > 10 000), monitoring the evolution of public opinion. Analysis of these surveys shows that gender differences exist in the acceptance of genetically modified (GM) foods in Europe. Women tend to be less accepting toward genetically modified foods. This supports our gender hypothesis. However, no evidence was found to support the assumed information paradox. It seems that knowledge leads to acceptance, also of GM foods, but more so for men than for women
    Verschillen in de beeldvorming over ouderen tussen generaties
    Elings, M. ; Moerbeek, H. - \ 2005
    Geron, Tijdschrift over ouder worden en maatschappij 7 (2005)1. - ISSN 1389-143X - p. 40 - 41.
    Gender differences in consumer's acceptance of genetically modified foods
    Casimir, G.J. ; Moerbeek, H.H.S. - \ 2004
    In: Cooperation and Interdependence - Fostering Leadership in Home Economics for Healthy Communities, IFHE, 20th World Congress, Kyoto, 1-8 August 2004. - Kyoto, Japan : International Federation of Home Economics - p. 55 - 55.
    Verkoop en uitlevering van biologische 'Odin Groente-Abonnementen' via het catering kanaal: consumentenonderzoek
    Fliek, L.M.C. ; Moerbeek, H.H.S. ; Hoog, C. de - \ 2004
    Wageningen : Wageningen UR, Agrotechnologie and Food Innovations (A&F 037) - 110 p.
    Verkoop en uitlevering van biologische 'Odin Groente-Abonnementen' via het catering kanaal: pilotrapport
    Heijden, C.H.T.M. van der; Jong, P.W.G.A. de; Vogels, J.W.P.M. ; Snels, J.C.M.A. ; Moerbeek, H.H.S. ; Fliek, L.M.C. - \ 2004
    Wageningen : Wageningen UR, Agrotechnologie and Food Innovations (Rapport / Agrotechnology & Food Innovations nr. 036) - ISBN 9789067547314 - 40
    groenten - voedselbezorgingssystemen - catering - arbeidsplaatsen - marktonderzoek - consumentengedrag - biologische landbouw - vegetables - food delivery systems - catering - work places - market research - consumer behaviour - organic farming
    Enemies at work : can they hinder your career?
    Moerbeek, H.H.S. ; Need, A. - \ 2003
    Social Networks 25 (2003)1. - ISSN 0378-8733 - p. 67 - 82.
    occupational-status attainment - social resources - ties
    This paper addresses the question to what extent foes deteriorate a person's labor market position and block persons in their labor market position. We improve upon earlier research by explicitly focusing on the negative effects of social capital. A second way to improve upon earlier findings is to use a life-course approach. A third way to improve our knowledge regarding the influence of social capital on labor market careers is to focus explicitly on career immobility.With this research we do not only show that foes matter in the occupational career. We elaborate upon earlier research by the inclusion of foes, and we also show to what extent foes matter, for whom they matter and under what conditions they are especially harmful.
    Social Resources, Modernization and Occupational Attainment
    Moerbeek, H.H.S. ; Flap, H.D. - \ 2001
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    Friends and Foes in the Occupational Career : The Influence of Sweet and Sour Social Capital on the Labour Market
    Moerbeek, H.H.S. - \ 2001
    S.n. - ISBN 9789090147277 - 242
    carrièreontwikkeling - arbeidsmarkt - netwerken voor persoonlijke ondersteuning - menselijke relaties - sociale interactie - sociale relaties - sociale samenwerking - invloeden - career development - labour market - personal support networks - human relations - social interaction - social relations - social cooperation - influences
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