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Recent insights have shown subjective status to impact health and health behavior. It is however unclear how this exactly happens. In this study we explore two mechanisms: this of a direct, mediating effect of subjective status explaining the impact of material class on health outcomes and behavior and an indirect, moderating impact on the relation...
Material class and subjective social status regressed on Unhealthy Behaviors including control variables. (PDF)
Descriptives of the ELSA and Whitehall II-sample. (PDF)
Material class and subjective social status regressed on the separate health biomarkers with control variables. (PDF)
The traditional approach to class voting has largely ignored the question whether material class positions coincide with subjective class identification. Following Sosnaud et al. (2013), this study evaluates party preferences when Europeans' material and subjective social class do not coincide. Seminal studies on voting behavior have suggested that...
Objective class, subjective class identification and voting behavior in the Netherlands The traditional approach to class voting has largely ignored the question whether ‘objective’ class membership coincides with ‘subjective’ class identification. Following Sosnaud et al. (2013) and D’Hooge et al. (2015), this study evaluates party preferences in...
In this PhD-project I focus on the sources and outcomes of class discordance. This phenomenon refers to non-coinciding material and subjective social positions. The first working paper focusses on the factors influencing this mismatch while further papers focus on the consequences this has for political, cultural and health behavior and outcomes.