Maaike van der Vleuten
M.vanderVleuten@uu.nl
Visiting Researcher
Social Sciences - Sociology
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Maaike van der Vleuten is a sociology PhD student with an interest in gender and educational inequalities. Currently, she is writing her dissertation on gender differences in educational field of study choices and coordinates a large-scale data-collection project together with her colleagues (CILSNL, around 7000 respondents). She teaches in the bachelor sociology, in which she guides students in writing their first scientific paper. In this course, specific attention is given to data handling and data analyses. Additionally, she teaches in the research master 'Sociology and Social Research' in which she also guides students to write a scientific article in four weeks. 

 

Involved in the following study programme(s)
Scientific expertise
Same-sex couples' task division
Gendered field of study choices
Quality of life of people with (severe) dementia
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Curriculum vitae Download PDF

 2013-2017 Coordinating YES! / CILSNL data collection project

2013- present PhD student

2011-2013 Research master "Sociology and Social Research" (cum laude)

2010-2007 Bachelor "Algemene Sociale Wetenschappen" (Interdisciplinairy Social Sciences) and the additional Honours Program

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Van der Vleuten, M., Jaspers, E., Maas, I., & Van der Lippe, T. (2016). Boys’ and girls’ educational choices in secondary education. The role of gender ideology. Educational Studies, 42(2), 181–200. doi:10.1080/03055698.2016.1160821

Van der Vleuten, M., Visser, A., & Meeuwesen, L. (2012). The contribution of intimate live music performances to the quality of life for persons with dementia. Patient Education and Counseling, 89(3), 484–8. doi:10.1016/j.pec.2012.05.012

 

 

All publications
  Articles - Scholarly publications
van der Vleuten, Maaike, Jaspers, Eva, Maas, Ineke & van der Lippe, Tanja (2016). Boys’ and girls’ educational choices in secondary education - The role of gender ideology. Educational Studies, 42 (2), (pp. 181-200) (20 p.).
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Gendered Choices: school and field of study trajectories of male and female adolescents in four European countries

Persisting gender differentials in field of study choices have consequences for individual's professional and personal lives. The overall aim of this project is to understand how gender ideologies influence educational decisions of boys and girls in secondary education. It distinguishes three levels of influence of gender ideologies: (1) personal preferences, (2) the social environment and (3) the societal context. This project addresses the following four research questions: (1) how do preferences and abilities influence gendered choices in education?; (2) how are educational decisions affected by gender ideologies of the social environment (e.g. parent and peers)?; (3) how are educational decisions influenced by schools and teachers?; (4) how and why do gendered choices of minority students differ from their majority peers and do these differ between countries? Longitudinal data comprising 20,000 pupils in four European countries (Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and England) are employed to study the research questions.
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Bachelor:

Leeronderzoek sociale stratificatie en gezinssociologie

Research Master:

SaSR4: Research Practicum: Integration of Theory and Methods in the Field of Stratification and Households

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Additional functions and activities

I am involved in the "Youth in Europe Study" (YES!) as a member of the field work team (www.yesonderzoek.nl)

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Sjoerd Groenmangebouw

Padualaan 14
Room C2.22
3584 CH  UTRECHT
The Netherlands


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Sjoerd Groenmangebouw

Padualaan 14
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3584 CH  UTRECHT
The Netherlands


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