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Robert de Vries
Robert de Vries
Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Sociology, University of Kent
Verified email at kent.ac.uk
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Global teacher status index 2018
P Dolton, O Marcenaro, RD Vries, PW She
Varkey Foundation, 2018
3142018
Income inequality and personality: Are less equal US states less agreeable?
R De Vries, S Gosling, J Potter
Social science & medicine 72 (12), 1978-1985, 2011
982011
Does media coverage influence public attitudes towards welfare recipients? The impact of the 2011 English riots
A Reeves, R De Vries
The British journal of sociology 67 (2), 281-306, 2016
562016
Chain effects: the impact of academy chains on low income students
M Hutchings, B Francis, R de Vries
The Sutton Trust, 2014
562014
Housing and respiratory health at older ages
E Webb, D Blane, R de Vries
J Epidemiol Community Health 67 (3), 280-285, 2013
562013
Can cultural consumption increase future earnings? Exploring the economic returns to cultural capital?
A Reeves, R de Vries
British Journal of Sociology, 2018
492018
What does it mean to be a cultural omnivore? Conflicting visions of omnivorousness in empirical research
R De Vries, A Reeves
Sociological Research Online 27 (2), 292-312, 2022
432022
Fuel poverty and the health of older people: the role of local climate
R De Vries, D Blane
Journal of Public Health 35 (3), 361-366, 2013
392013
The limitations of quantitative social science for informing public policy
J Jerrim, R de Vries
Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice 13 (1), 117-133, 2017
302017
A winning personality: The effects of background on personality and earnings
R De Vries, PJ Rentfrow
The Sutton Trust, 2016
262016
Long-term exposure to income inequality: implications for physical functioning at older ages
R de Vries, D Blane, G Netuveli
European Journal of Ageing 11 (1), 19-29, 2014
252014
The social gradient in cultural consumption and the information-processing hypothesis
A Reeves, R De Vries
The Sociological Review 64 (3), 550-574, 2016
242016
Claimants’ experiences of the social security system during the first wave of COVID-19
K Summers, LC Scullion, B Baumberg Geiger, D Robertshaw, D Edmiston, ...
232021
Mediating the claim? How ‘local ecosystems of support’shape the operation and experience of UK social security
D Edmiston, D Robertshaw, D Young, J Ingold, A Gibbons, K Summers, ...
Social Policy & Administration 56 (5), 775-790, 2022
212022
Non-take-up of benefits at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic
B Geiger, L Scullion, K Summers, P Martin, C Lawler, D Edmiston, ...
Welfare at a Social Distance Project, 2021
192021
Who are the new COVID-19 cohort of benefit claimants?: Welfare at a (Social) Distance Rapid Report# 2
D Edmiston, BB Geiger, R de Vries, LC Scullion, K Summers, J Ingold, ...
182020
Solidarity in a crisis? Trends in attitudes to benefits during COVID-19
R De Vries, B Baumberg Geiger, LC Scullion, K Summers, D Edmiston, ...
152021
Immigrant political participation in Europe: Comparing different forms of political action across groups
D Pettinicchio, R de Vries
Comparative Sociology 16 (4), 523-554, 2017
142017
Inequalities in the application of welfare sanctions in Britain
R De Vries, A Reeves, B Baumberg Geiger
LSE International Inequalities Institute, 2017
132017
Critical statistics: Seeing beyond the headlines
R De Vries
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2018
102018
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