Subtle discrimination of ethnic minority and disabled employees at work: Reconnecting inter-individual experiences to macrostructures of inequality Hasselt University
An ethnography of the importance of a particular school and broader social contexts in the development of ethnic stereotypes and experiences of racism and discrimination with secondary school students in Flanders. Ghent University
This study relies on ethnographic research in two Flemish secondary schools to explore ethnic minority studentsU+2019 experiences with racism and discrimination, the ethnic stereotypes majority and minority groups develop of each other and the factors and processes explaining differences in experiences with racism ena discrimination and ethnic stereotyping.
Ethnic Residential Segration in Belgium: testing and adjusting the Ecological Perspective, Spatial Assimilation and the Discrimination Theory. Ghent University
This research aims at extending the scientific knowledge about the causes of ethnic residential segregation (ERS). More specifically, three traditional (American) theories to explain ERS are tested in and adjusted to the Belgian context. These three theories are the Ecological Perspective, the Spatial Assimilation Thoery and the Discrimination theory.
On the same campus? Acculturation, discrimination and intergroup relations between Turkish and Belgian descent university students KU Leuven
Much research has been devoted to investigating the acculturation processes of the children of immigrants in Western Europe. One particular focus has been on the acculturation of children of Turkish immigrants, with a significant degree of scholarly attention paid to debates on integration and education. The present dissertation offers a contribution to this scholarly debate by analysing the acculturation experiences and perspectives of both ...
The power dynamics of managing ethnic diversity: A study of the emergence and effects of diversity management practices Hasselt University
A comparative analysis of ethnic minority studentsU+2019 strategies and their experienced barriers and opportunities for realizing success in Higher Education in China and Flanders (Belgium). Ghent University
This study explores through qualitative research in one HE institution in Flanders and one HE institution in China, the experienced barriers and opportunities for ethnic minorities in obtaining educational success in HE. This study considers the importance of ethnic identities and networks, HE policies and pedagogy and curriculum, experiences of racism and discrimination and students strategies in obtaining HE qualifications.