Social Integration and Leisure

General Information

Title
Social Integration and Leisure
Project Number
4
Abstract
This questionnaire is part of the LISS Core Study, a longitudinal survey delivering a broad range of social core information about the panel members.
The survey focuses on social integration and leisure.
Longitudinal Type
Longitudinal Study
Note
Changes regarding to the previous wave are specified in the Introduction of the codebook.

List of concepts:

Social Integration:
Satisfaction, Loneliness, Social contacts

Leisure:
Satisfaction leisure, Social engagement, Volunteer aid, Time expenditure voluntary work, Cultural participation, Holidays, Sport, Media usage
Researcher
Mara Verheijen (Centerdata)
Publisher
Centerdata
Copyright
© 2022 Centerdata
DOI
https://doi.org/10.17026/dans-zaf-casa

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Publications

Computer crime victimization: Role of security software and online behavior Master thesis, Economics, Tilburg University; Angelidakis, P.
The influence of holiday-taking on affect and contentment Annals of Tourism Research, Volume 45, Pages 89-101; Kroesen, M. et al.
The Impact of Non-Coverage in Web Surveys Faculty of Social Sciences, Psychology, Utrecht University ; Hendriks, Y.
Dynamics in the radical right’s electorate Radboud University Nijmegen, Research Master Social Cultural Science; Sipma, T.
Informing panel members about study results: effects of traditional and innovative forms of feedback on participation In: M. Callegaro, R. Baker, J. Bethlehem, A. S. Göritz, J. A. Krosnick and P. J. Lavrakas (Eds.). Online Panel Research: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Wiley. ; Scherpenzeel, Annette and Toepoel, Vera
De mythe van de linkse hobby Vrijetijdstudies nummer 3, jaargang 32, 2014, pagina 21-35; Liempt, A. van, et al.
Musicals Tilburg University - Department of Leisure Studies; Bont, A.W.M. de, et al.
De Politieke Macht van de Culturele Elite Utrechtse School voor Bestuurs- en Organisatiewetenschap, Universiteit Utrecht; Boer, T. de
Does house lock hurt? Tilburg University, Economics; Verkoeijen, E.
Cultuur in Noord-Brabant. Een benchmark Pyrrhula Research Consultants, in opdracht van bkkc brabants kenniscentrum kunst en cultuur, Kunstbalie, Erfgoed Brabant, De Kunst van Brabant; Vinken, H.
The effect of the individual's household composition on leisure satisfaction NHTV University of Applied Sciences, Breda; Lucassen, G., et al.
Determinanten der Teilnahme von Privatinvestoren am Aktienmarkt Institut für Banken und Finanzierung, Leibniz Universität Hannover; Cambier, Myriam
Generalized Trust Through Civic Engagement? Political Psychology, 36(3); Van Ingen, E. et al.
Diversity in Older Adults’ Use of the Internet: Identifying Subgroups Through Latent Class Analysis Journal of Medical Internet Research (2017), 19(5), e180, 1-11; Boekel, L.C. van, et al.
Predictors of Mobilizing Online Coping versus Offline Coping Resources after Negative Life Events Computers in Human Behavior, 59, 431-439; Van Ingen, Erik, et al.
Wat is 'fun' voor de funshopper? Bachelor thesis, Department of Leisure Studies, Tilburg University; Bijvoets, J.H.M. et al.
De Sportvrijwilliger: Dát is pas sportief Bachelor thesis, Department of Leisure Studies, Tilburg University; Eltink, T. et al.
What do you do when you are satisfied? Bachelor thesis, Department of Leisure Studies, Tilburg University; Tros, A. et al.
I Volunteer, Therefore I am? Factors Affecting Volunteer Role Identity Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (2016), 46(1), 29-46; Van Ingen, Erik, et al.
Are social media users different? Erasmus School of Economics, Department of Applied Economics; Vreugdenhil, J.
Cultural participation and social capital Master thesis, Department of Leisure Studies, Tilburg University; Mulders, M.G.
Building social capital and voluntary work. Investigating the relationship between voluntary work and social capital Master thesis, Department of Leisure Studies, Tilburg University; Malkoch, V.
Meer of minder werken: Heterogeniteit onder werkende vrouwen TPEdigitaal, 5(4), pp. 50-63; Loog, B. et al.
Handedness predicts social preferences evidence connecting the lab to the field Tinbergen Institute, Discussion Paper No. 119/3; Buser, T.
Coverage-bias in internetpanels Master thesis, Institute for Statistics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; Brendel, M.
Levenstevredenheid na pensionering Bachelor thesis, Department of Sociology, University of Amsterdam; Splinter, M.
lavaan.survey: An R Package for Complex Survey Analysis of Structural Equation Models Journal of Statistical Software, 57(1), pp. 1-27; Oberski, D.L.
Guilty pLEISUREs - How an unhealthy diet influences leisure Bachelor thesis, International Leisure Studies, Breda University of Applied Sciences; Van Dijk, A. et al.
Evaluating the Psychometric Properties of the Mental Health Continuum-Short Form (MHC-SF) Journal of Clinical Psychology, 67(1), pp. 99-110 ; Lamers, S.M.A. et al.
Volunteers: More social during leisure time? Bachelor thesis, Department of Leisure Studies, Tilburg University; Van den Berg, R. et al.
The taste patterns of rock listeners Bachelor thesis, School of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Tilburg University; Dierckx, A. et al.
Langdurige werkloosheid onder 50-plussers: feiten en mogelijke oplossingen? Gerón (2018), 20(1), 63-67; Cuelenaere, B., et al.
Online activities among elder informal caregivers: results from a cross-sectional study Digital Health, first published online June 5, 2018; Reinwand, D.A., et al.
The impact of pre-event and trauma related factors on post-event perceived loneliness Tilburg University, Victimology and Criminal Justice; Pijnappel, B.
De mobiliteit bij vakanties naar het buitenland Kennisinstituut voor Mobiliteitsbeleid, May 25, 2020; Huibregtse, O., et al.
Three facets of planning and postponement of parenthood in the Netherlands Demographic Research, 43(23), 659–672; Verweij, R., et al.
The health advantage of volunteers in Europe is larger for the elderly and the less healthy Working paper, first published online November 12, 2020; de Wit, A., et al.
Owner of a lonely heart: The stability of loneliness across the life span Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 119(2), 497–516; Mund, M., et al.
Religion and media usage: A detailed analysis using a representative longitudinal panel from the Netherlands In C. Brătianu, A. Zbuchea, B. Hrib, A. Viţelar & F. Anghel (Eds.), STRATEGICA upscaling Digital Transformation in Business and Economics 7th edition (pp. 318-325); Bosînceanu, A.
Self-esteem and satisfaction with social relationships across time Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 120(1), 173–191; de Moor, E. L., et al.
Health, environmental, and animal rights motives for vegetarian eating PLoS ONE, 15(4), 1-20; Hopwood, C. J., et al.
Predictors of cybercrime victimization In R. Leukfeldt & T. J. Holt (Eds.), The Human Factor of Cybercrime (pp. 83–110); van de Weijer, S.
The Janus-face of digitalization: The relation between Internet use and civic engagement reconsidered Social Science Computer Review, 39(3), 315-334; Erhardt, J., et al.
What a drag it is getting old? Mental health and loneliness beyond age 50 Applied Economics, 53(31), 3563-3576; van Ours, J. C.
Does using social media jeopardize well-being? The importance of separating within- from between-person effects Social Psychological and Personality Science, 12(6), 964-973; Stavrova, O., et al.
The relation between social network site usage and loneliness and mental health in community-dwelling older adults International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 30(9):942-949; Sil Aarts, et al.
A propensity-score matched study of changes in loneliness surrounding major life events Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 121(3), 669–690; Buecker, S., et al.
Social media and job satisfaction; A challenge or hindrance stressor? Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; de Vries, S., et al.
Consumption and time use responses to unemployment Network for Studies on Pensions, Aging and Retirement, Design paper No. 187; Been, J., et al.
Does pro-sociality or trust better predict staying home behavior during the Covid-19? Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics, 100, 1-31; Umer, H.
Internet use and cognitive engagement in older adulthood Social Psychological and Personality Science, 13(5), 968–977 ; Schwaba, T., et al.
Who benefits from which activity? On the relations between personality traits, leisure activities, and well-being Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, first published online August, 2022 ; Kuper, N., et al.
Socio-structural determinants in volunteering for humanitarian organizations: A resource-based approach Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, first published online August 4, 2022; Meijeren, M., et al.
The influence of loneliness on perceived connectedness and trust beliefs – longitudinal evidence from the Netherlands Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, first published online December 8, 2022; Langenkamp, A.
Waarde van cultuur 2022 Kunstloc Brabant, June, 2022; Boekmanstichting, et al.
Cultuurmonitor Gelderland 2022 Cultuur Oost, December, 2022; Pyrrhula Research Consultants, et al.
Geprikkeld door politieke preferenties University of Groningen; Bliek, J.
Essays on social media and democracy Tilburg University; van Gils, F.
Differences in civic participation between natives and immigrants living in the Netherlands OSFPrePrints, first published online August 19, 2022; Damian, E., et al.
Why are general moral values poor predictors of concrete moral behavior in everyday life? A conceptual analysis and empirical study Frontiers in Psychology, first published online June 30, 2022; van den Berg, T. G. C., et al.
Personality and change in physical activity across 3–10 years Psychology & Health, first published online June 29, 2022; Caille, P., et al.
Geven in Nederland 2022 Amsterdam University Press; Bekkers, R., et al.
A mega-analysis of personality predictions: Robustness and boundary conditions Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 122(3), 523–553; Beck, E. D., et al.
Informal volunteering and socialization effects: Examining modelling and encouragement by parents and partner VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 33(2), 347–361; Ramaekers, M. J. M., et al.
Preferences for in-kind and in-cash home care insurance Journal of Health Economics, 84, 1-26; de Bresser J., et al.
Nonlinear effect of social interaction quantity on psychological well-being: Diminishing returns or inverted U? Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 122(6), 1056–1074; Ren, D., et al.
Hoe leesgedrag is veranderd door corona KVK Boekwerk, June 2, 2022; KVB Boekwerk, et al.
Social network sites, individual social capital and happiness Journal of Happiness Studies, 19, 99-122; Arampatzi, E., et al.
The link between personality, global, and domain-specific satisfaction across the adult lifespan Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, first published online March 20, 2023; Olaru, G., et al.
Informal caregivers and life satisfaction: Empirical evidence from the Netherlands Journal of Happiness Studies, first published online May 8, 2023; Blaise, M., et al.
Christelijke vrouwen op de Nederlandse arbeidsmarkt Erasmus University Rotterdam; Koning, C.
Does personality affect the allocation of resources within households? KU Leuven, Discussion paper DPS23.11; Fernández, G. P.
The permeation of loneliness into the workplace: An examination of robustness and persistence over time Applied Psychology, first published online October 8, 2023; Lowman, G. H., et al.
Trends in forms of civic involvement in the Netherlands between 2008 and 2020 Journal of Civil Society, 19(4), 464-484; Meijeren, M., et al.
Reminders in Web-Based Data Collection : Increasing Response at the Price of retention? American Journal of Evaluation, 33(2), 240-250; Göritz, Anja S. et al.
You’ll never walk alone: Unemployment, social networks and leisure activities IZA Institute of Labor Economics, Discussion Paper No. 16579; Filomena, M., et al.
Welbevinden ten tijde van corona. Eerste bevindingen op basis van een bevolkingsenquête uit juli 2020 Sociaal Cultureel Planbureau, September 9, 2020; de Klerk, M., et al.
Een jaar met corona Sociaal Cultureel Planbureau, March 3, 2021; de Klerk, M., et al.
Determinants of stock market participation Leibniz University Hannover ; Schindler, D.
Does the election winner–loser gap extend to subjective health and well-being? Political Studies Review, 21(4), 783-800; Toshkov, D., et al.
Verklaring verschil sportdeelname naar opleiding Mulier Instituut, February, 2023; van den Dool, R., et al.
Moral values, behaviour, and the self Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam; van der Berg, T. G. C.
Meer Nederlanders lezen na coronaperiode dan daarvoor KVK Boekwerk, March 23, 2023; KVB Boekwerk, et al.