2023 - Research.com Political Science in Belgium Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Law and Political Science in Belgium Leader Award
Marc Hooghe mainly investigates Politics, Social psychology, Political economy, Social capital and European Social Survey. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Distrust and Politics. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Comparative research, Empirical research, Association and Developmental psychology.
Within one scientific family, Marc Hooghe focuses on topics pertaining to Economic system under Political economy, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Representation and Social network analysis. His Social capital research includes elements of Civic engagement, Individual capital, Social mobility and Social engagement. The concepts of his European Social Survey study are interwoven with issues in Cultural diversity, Acculturation, Immigration and Demographic economics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Politics, Political economy, Social psychology, Voting and Democracy. His Politics research incorporates themes from Economic growth, Public relations and Public administration. His work carried out in the field of Political economy brings together such families of science as Citizenship, Social science, European Social Survey and Economic system.
His work deals with themes such as Developmental psychology, Social capital and Political socialization, which intersect with Social psychology. Marc Hooghe combines topics linked to Social mobility with his work on Social capital. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Individual capital and Social reproduction.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Politics, Political economy, Voting, Social psychology and Democracy. His Politics research integrates issues from Development economics, Economic system, Public relations and Unemployment. The Political economy study combines topics in areas such as Economic growth, Citizenship, Comparative politics, Government and European Social Survey.
His Voting study incorporates themes from Argument, Rhetoric and Public economics. His studies deal with areas such as Perception, Ideology, Cultural diversity, Immigration and Political socialization as well as Social psychology. Marc Hooghe combines subjects such as Representation, Social rights and Social citizenship with his study of Democracy.
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Politics in the Supermarket: Political Consumerism as a Form of Political Participation:
Dietlind Stolle;Marc Hooghe;Michele Micheletti.
Inequalities in Non‐institutionalised Forms of Political Participation: A Multi‐level Analysis of 25 countries
Sofie Marien;Marc Hooghe;Ellen Quintelier.
Political Studies (2010)
Ethnic Diversity and Generalized Trust in Europe : a Cross-National Multilevel Study
Marc Hooghe;Tim Reeskens;Dietlind Stolle;Ann Trappers.
Inaccurate, Exceptional, One-Sided or Irrelevant? The Debate about the Alleged Decline of Social Capital and Civic Engagement in Western Societies
Dietlind Stolle;Marc Hooghe.
Generating Social Capital. Civil Society and Institutions in Comparative Perspective.
Marc Hooghe;Dietlind Stolle.
Does political trust matter? An empirical investigation into the relation between political trust and support for law compliance
Sofie Marien;Marc Hooghe.
European Journal of Political Research (2011)
Is Online Participation Distinct from Offline Participation? A Latent Class Analysis of Participation Types and Their Stratification
Jennifer Oser;Jennifer Oser;Marc Hooghe;Sofie Marien.
Political Research Quarterly (2013)
Cross-cultural measurement equivalence of generalized trust. Evidence from the European Social Survey (2002 and 2004)
Tim Reeskens;Tim Reeskens;Marc Hooghe;Marc Hooghe.
Social Indicators Research (2007)
A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE RELATION BETWEEN POLITICAL TRUST AND FORMS OF POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN EUROPE
Marc Hooghe;Sofie Marien.
European Societies (2013)
Generating Social Capital
Marc Hooghe;Dietlind Stolle.
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