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4 Social Integration and Leisure

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General Information

Title Social Integration and Leisure
Panel LISS panel
Project Number 4

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.

Study Type Core Studies
Longitudinal Type Longitudinal Study
Note Changes regarding to the previous wave are specified in the Introduction of the codebook.

List of concepts:

Social Integration

Social contacts


Satisfaction leisure
Social engagement
Volunteer aid
Time expenditure voluntary work
Cultural participation
Media usage

List of Measures

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The following publications based on the data of this study are currently available:

  1. 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

  2. Predictors of Mobilizing Online Coping versus Offline Coping Resources after Negative Life Events
    Computers in Human Behavior, 59, 431-439
    Van Ingen, Erik, ; Wright, Kevin

  3. Ageing, Leisure, and Social Connectedness: How could Leisure Help Reduce Social Isolation of Older People?
    Social Indicators Research, 113; 355-372
    Toepoel, V.

  4. Are social media users different?
    Erasmus School of Economics, Department of Applied Economics
    Vreugdenhil, J.

  5. 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.

  6. Computer crime victimization: Role of security software and online behavior
    Master thesis, Economics, Tilburg University
    Angelidakis, P.

  7. Coverage-bias in internetpanels
    Master thesis, Institute for Statistics, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
    Brendel, M.

  8. Cultural participation and social capital
    Master thesis, Department of Leisure Studies, Tilburg University
    Mulders, M.G.

  9. 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.

  10. De Politieke Macht van de Culturele Elite
    Utrechtse School voor Bestuurs- en Organisatiewetenschap, Universiteit Utrecht
    Boer, T. de

  11. De Sportvrijwilliger: Dát is pas sportief
    Bachelor thesis, Department of Leisure Studies, Tilburg University
    Eltink, T. ; L. de Reuver

  12. De mythe van de linkse hobby
    Vrijetijdstudies nummer 3, jaargang 32, 2014, pagina 21-35
    Liempt, A. van, ; Rooij, P. de, ; Bastiaansen, M., ; Berg, F. van den, ; Yang, H.X.

  13. Determinanten der Teilnahme von Privatinvestoren am Aktienmarkt
    Institut für Banken und Finanzierung, Leibniz Universität Hannover
    Cambier, Myriam

  14. 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, ; Peek, S.T.M., ; Luijkx, K.G.

  15. Does house lock hurt?
    Tilburg University, Economics
    Verkoeijen, E.

  16. Does social networking sites use predict mental health and sleep problems when prior problems and loneliness are taken into account?
    Computers in Human Behavior, 93, 200-209
    Velden, P.G. van der, ; Setti, I., ; Meulen, E. van der, ; Das, M.

  17. Dynamics in the radical right’s electorate
    Radboud University Nijmegen, Research Master Social Cultural Science
    Sipma, T.

  18. 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. ; Westerhof, G.J. ; Bohlmeijer, E.T. ; Ten Klooster, P.M. ; Keyes, C.L.M.

  19. From Headscarves to Donation
    Ugur, Z.B.

  20. Generalized Trust Through Civic Engagement?
    Political Psychology, 36(3)
    Van Ingen, E. ; Bekkers, R.

  21. Guilty pLEISUREs - How an unhealthy diet influences leisure
    Bachelor thesis, International Leisure Studies, Breda University of Applied Sciences
    Van Dijk, A. ; Zohren, M.

  22. Handedness predicts social preferences evidence connecting the lab to the field
    Tinbergen Institute, Discussion Paper No. 119/3
    Buser, T.

  23. I Volunteer, Therefore I am? Factors Affecting Volunteer Role Identity
    Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (2016), 46(1), 29-46
    Van Ingen, Erik, ; Wilson, John

  24. Langdurige werkloosheid onder 50-plussers: feiten en mogelijke oplossingen?
    Gerón (2018), 20(1), 63-67
    Cuelenaere, B., ; Kieruj, N., ; Lange, A. de, ; Detaille, S.

  25. Levenstevredenheid na pensionering
    Bachelor thesis, Department of Sociology, University of Amsterdam
    Splinter, M.

  26. Meer of minder werken: Heterogeniteit onder werkende vrouwen
    TPEdigitaal, 5(4), pp. 50-63
    Loog, B. ; Dohmen, T. ; Vendrik, M.

  27. Musicals
    Tilburg University - Department of Leisure Studies
    Bont, A.W.M. de, ; Paridaans, S.F.M.

  28. Online Coping After Negative Life Events: Measurement, Prevalence, and Relation With Internet Activities and Well-Being
    Social Science Computer Review, 34(5), 511-529.
    Van Ingen, Erik, ; Utz, Sonja, ; Toepoel, Vera

  29. Online activities among elder informal caregivers: results from a cross-sectional study
    Digital Health, first published online June 5, 2018
    Reinwand, D.A., ; Crutzen, R., ; Zank, S.

  30. Reminders in Web-Based Data Collection : Increasing Response at the Price of retention?
    American Journal of Evaluation, 33(2), 240-250
    Göritz, Anja S. ; Crutzen, Rik

  31. Schools or Pools of Democracy? A Longitudinal Test of the Relation Between Civic Participation and Political Socialization
    Political Behavior, 38(1), pp. 81-103
    Van Ingen, E. ; Van der Meer, T.

  32. Smartphone and tablet use among survey participants: a stepwise model
    Utrecht University
    Vogelaar, M.

  33. The Impact of Non-Coverage in Web Surveys
    Faculty of Social Sciences, Psychology, Utrecht University
    Hendriks, Y.

  34. The effect of the individual's household composition on leisure satisfaction
    NHTV University of Applied Sciences, Breda
    Lucassen, G., ; Hollema, J.

  35. The influence of economic and cultural capital on drinking behavior
    Working paper
    Wagemakers, S. ; Arustei, G. ; Loeffen, S.

  36. The influence of holiday-taking on affect and contentment
    Annals of Tourism Research, Volume 45, Pages 89-101
    Kroesen, M. ; Handy, S.

  37. The taste patterns of rock listeners
    Bachelor thesis, School of Social and Behavioural Sciences, Tilburg University
    Dierckx, A. ; Li, H.

  38. Volunteers: More social during leisure time?
    Bachelor thesis, Department of Leisure Studies, Tilburg University
    Van den Berg, R. ; Van Manen, A.

  39. Wat is 'fun' voor de funshopper?
    Bachelor thesis, Department of Leisure Studies, Tilburg University
    Bijvoets, J.H.M. ; M. Stoffelen

  40. What do you do when you are satisfied?
    Bachelor thesis, Department of Leisure Studies, Tilburg University
    Tros, A. ; M. Van Dongen

  41. 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.