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How social media transform migrant networks and facilitate migration
R Dekker, G Engbersen
Global Networks 14 (4), 401-418, 2014
Smart refugees: how Syrian asylum migrants use social media information in migration decision-making
R Dekker, G Engbersen, J Klaver, H Vonk
Social Media+ Society 4 (1), 2056305118764439, 2018
The use of online media in migration networks
R Dekker, G Engbersen, M Faber
Population, Space and Place 22 (6), 539-551, 2016
A local dimension of integration policies? A comparative study of Berlin, Malmö, and Rotterdam
R Dekker, H Emilsson, B Krieger, P Scholten
International Migration Review 49 (3), 633-658, 2015
A local dimension of integration policies? A comparative study of Berlin, Malmö, and Rotterdam
R Dekker, H Emilsson, B Krieger, P Scholten
International Migration Review 49 (3), 633-658, 2015
Framing the immigration policy agenda: A qualitative comparative analysis of media effects on Dutch immigration policies
R Dekker, P Scholten
The International Journal of Press/Politics 22 (2), 202-222, 2017
The contingency of governments' responsiveness to the virtual public sphere: A systematic literature review and meta-synthesis
R Dekker, V Bekkers
Government Information Quarterly 32 (4), 496-505, 2015
The living lab as a methodology for public administration research: A systematic literature review of its applications in the social sciences
R Dekker, J Franco Contreras, A Meijer
International Journal of Public Administration 43 (14), 1207-1217, 2020
Social media adoption in the police: Barriers and strategies
R Dekker, P van den Brink, A Meijer
Government Information Quarterly, 101441, 2020
Frame ambiguity in policy controversies: Critical frame analysis of migrant integration policies in Antwerp and Rotterdam
R Dekker
Critical Policy Studies 11 (2), 127-145, 2017
Destination Netherlands. History of immigration and immigration policy in the Netherlands
M Van Meeteren, S Van de Pol, R Dekker, G Engbersen, E Snel
Netherlands. Economic, Social and Environmental Issues, 2013
Interethnic Contact Online: Contextualising the Implications of Social Media Use by Second-Generation Migrant Youth
R Dekker, W Belabas, P Scholten
Journal of Intercultural Studies 36 (4), 450-467, 2015
Local Innovation in the Reception of Asylum Seekers in the Netherlands: Plan Einstein as an Example of Multi-level and Multi-sector Collaboration
K Geuijen, C Oliver, R Dekker
Geographies of Asylum in Europe and the Role of European Localities, 245-260, 2020
Walking the Walk’Rather Than ‘Talking the Talk’of Superdiversity: Continuity and Change in the Development of Rotterdam’s Immigrant Integration Policies
R Dekker, I van Breugel
Coming to Terms with Superdiversity, 107-132, 2019
Social contact and encounter in asylum seeker reception: the Utrecht Refugee Launchpad
C Oliver, K Geuijen, R Dekker
Comparative Migration Studies 8 (1), 1-19, 2020
Innovative strategies for the reception of asylum seekers and refugees in European cities: multi-level governance, multi-sector urban networks and local engagement
C Oliver, R Dekker, K Geuijen, J Broadhead
Comparative Migration Studies 8 (1), 1-14, 2020
The Utrecht Refugee Launch Pad: Evaluation Interim Report
CT Oliver, R Dekker, CHM Geuijen
University of Roehampton and COMPAS: University of Oxford., 2018
Exploring the Role of Interwave Dynamics in Stagnating Migration Flows: Ukrainian Migration to the United Kingdom and the Netherlands
A Kubal, R Dekker
Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 12 (3), 274-292, 2014
Syrische asielmigranten in Nederland en het gebruik van social media bij migratiebesluitvorming
R Dekker, H Vonk, J Klaver, G Engbersen
WODC, 2016
Leren en werken voor vluchtelingen: Beleid en interventies in drie grote gemeenten
J Dagevos, J Klaver, R Dekker, CHM Geuijen, A Ode
Beleid en Maatschappij 46 (1), 43-64, 2019
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