Wetenschappelijke artikelen


Vakpublicaties Monique Kremer

Onderstaande publicaties zijn de vruchten van negen jaar (2005-2014) onderzoek aan de bijzondere leerstoel Actief Burgerschap door prof. dr. Evelien Tonkens, haar promovendi en collega’s aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam.

  • Ridderhof de Wilde, M., Hurenkamp, M. Tonkens, E. (2014) Flexible, Frail, Fail: Interaction between local institutions and citizen groups in the Netherland. Urban Studies
  • Tonkens, E., Hoijtink, M. & Gulikers, H. (2013) Democratizing Social Work. In: M. Noordegraaf & B. Steijn (red.) Professionals under Pressure. The Reconfiguration of Professional Work in Changing Public Services. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp.161-179.
  • Tonkens, E., Grootegoed, E. & Duyvendak, J. W. (2013) Introduction: Welfare State Reform, Recognition and Emotional Labour. Social Policy and Society, 12(03), pp. 407-413.
  • Verhoeven, I. & Tonkens, E. (2013) Talking Active Citizenship: Framing Welfare State Reform in England and the Netherlands. Social Policy and Society, 12(03), pp. 415-426.
  • Tonkens, E. & Verplanke, L. (2013) When Social Security Fails to be Emotional Security. Single Parent Households and the Contractual Welfare State. Social Policy and Society, 12(03), pp. 451-460.
  • Kampen, T., Elshout, J. & Tonkens, E. (2013) The Fragility of Self-Respect.
    Emotional Labour of Workfare Volunteering. Social Policy and Society, 12(03), pp.
  • Tonkens, E., Broër, C., Sambeek, N. van, & Hassel, D. van (2013) Pretenders and
    performers: Professional responses to the commodification of health care. Social Theory and Health, 11(4), pp. 368-387.
  • Ootes, S.T.C., Pols, A.J., Tonkens, E.H. & Willems, D. (2013) Where is the citizen? Comparing civic spaces in long-term mental healthcare. Health & Place, 22, pp. 11- 18.
  • Ootes, S.T.C., Pols, A.J., Tonkens, E.H. & Willems, D.L. (2013) Opening the Gift: Social Inclusion, Professional Codes, and Gift Giving in Long-Term Mental
    Healthcare. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 37, pp. 131-147.
  • Tonkens, E, (2012) ‘Working with Arlie Hochschild: Connecting Feelings to Social Change,’ Social Politics. International studies in Gender, State and Society, (19) 2, 194-218
  • Hurenkamp, M., E. Tonkens en J.W. Duyvendak (2011) ‘Citizenship in the Netherlands: locally produced, nationally contested.’ In: Citizenship Studies, (15) 2, 205-225
  • Fienieg, B., V. Nierkens, E. Tonkens, T. Plochg en K. Stronks (2011) ‘Why play an active role? A qualitative examination of lay citizens’ main motives for participation in health promotion.’ In: Health Promotion International, 27 (3), 416-426
  • Ootes, S.T.C., A.J. Pols, E.H. Tonkens, D.L. Willems (2010), ‘Bridging boundaries; the concept of ‘citizenship’ as a boundary object in mental healthcare’, Medische Antropologie/Medical Anthropology, special issue ‘The body in disability studies’: 22, 2; 375-388.
  • Mepschen, P., J.W. Duyvendak and E. Tonkens (2010) ‘Sexual Politics, Orientalism and Multicultural Citizenship in the Netherlands’ Sociology, Vol. 44(5), 962-979
  • Tonkens, E. (2010) ‘Civicness and citizen participation in social services: conditions for promoting respect and public concern’. In: T. Brandsen, P. Dekker and A. Evers (eds.) Civicness in the Governance and Delivery of Social Services. Baden-Baden, Nomos, 83-98
  • Duyvendak, J.W., M. Hurenkamp and E. Tonkens (2010) ‘Culturalization of Citizenship in the Netherlands’ In: Chebel d’Appolonia A. and S. Reich (red.) Managing Ethnic Diversity after 9/11. Rutgers Universtiy Press, 233-252
  • Duyvendak, J.W., M. Hoijtink and E. Tonkens (2009) ‘Post-patient perspectives. User-based logics and the never ending inequality between users and professionals.’ In: H.U. Otto (red.) What works? Modernising the Knowledge Base of Social Work. University of Bielefeld Press, Bielefeld, 31-46
  • Kremer, M. en E. Tonkens (2006) ‘Authority, trust, knowledge and the public good in disarray.’ in: T. Knijn and M. Kremer, Professionals between people and policy. Amsterdam University Press, 122-136