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AISSR Dissertations 2021

Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research / AISSR

All the PhD dissertations of this year thus far.

Wiersma, J. (2021). Spatial conditions for car dependency in urban areas.

Welfens, N. P. M. R. (2021). Categories on the move: Governing refugees in transnational admission programmes to Germany.

van Houdt, K. L. (2021). Stepfamilies in adulthood: Solidarity between parents and children.

van Heijster, J. (2021). China & GDP: Unraveling the country’s complex relationship with a powerful indicator.

Sossa Rojas, A. P. (2021). Bodies, societies, and culture: Practices, meanings, and embodiment in fitness gyms in Santiago, Chile and Amsterdam.

Shio, J. M. (2021). Navigating fugitive geographies: Care, kinship, and class among homosexual men in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Sangraula, M. (2021). Cultural adaptation, implementation, and analysis of a task-sharing group-based psychological intervention in Nepal.

Rice, W. S. (2021). Change begets change: Employing a change perspective to inform South Africa’s coastal community conservation policy-praxis disjuncture.

Rajagopal, C. (2021). An entrepreneurial state in India? Investigating public-private partnerships, incomplete contracts and risks in the transport infrastructure sector.

Nel·lo Deakin, S. (2021). More than bike lanes: Recognising the physical and social characteristics of urban cycling environments.

Musariri, L. (2021). Becoming cornered: Migration, masculinities and marginalisation in inner-city Johannesburg.

Miranda Sara, L. R. (2021). Knowledge building in configuring metropolitan water governance: Water-related climate risk scenarios, governance networks, concertacion processes and territorialities in Lima, Peru.

Masardi, R. D. (2021). Independent refugee youth in waiting: Social navigations while in transit in Indonesia.

Mai, T. T. N. (2021). Legality first: Vietnamese immigrants in Germany, legalization practices, and the intimate experience of legality.

Klarenbeek, L. (2021). Relational integration: From integrating migrants to integrating relations.

Hasan, S. (2021). Making waves: Reimagining policy transfer in the context of development cooperation.

Glaser, M. A. (2021). From global ideas to local action: Building capacity to reshape urban transport policy.

Girling, R. A. (2021). Studying 'up' in migrant entrepreneurship: Privileged migrant entrepreneurs in Wroclaw, Poland.

Forster, A. G. (2021). Navigating educational institutions: Mechanisms of educational inequality and social mobility in different educational systems.

Fioole, J. C. C. M. (2021). Publicity, discretion, and secrecy through becoming a Moroccan couple.

Dinmohamed, S. S. (2021). Dominican flavours in a new context: Homemaking and food practices of Dominican immigrants.

de Leeuw, S. G. (2021). The intergenerational transmission of educational attainment after divorce and remarriage.

Dekker, M. J. T. (2021). Politicizing street harassment: The constitution of a public problem in the Netherlands and France.

Davidson, R. J. (2021). Consensus social movements: Strategic interaction in Dutch LGBTI politics.

Bossuyt, D. M. (2021). Governing the right to build: The institutional dynamics of self-build housing in Brazil and the Netherlands.

Babic, M. (2021). State transformations in the global political economy: The rise of transnational state capital in the 21st century.

Alloul, J. (2021). Leaving Europe, navigating access: Status migration, traveling habitus, and racial capital in Euro-Maghrebi mobilities to the United Arab Emirates.

Aizenberg, E. (2021). Lobbying alone: A study of political access and lobbying behavior of corporations in Western Europe.