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Kraaykamp, G., J. Tolsma & M. Wolbers (2013). Educational Expansion and Field of Study: Trends in the Intergenerational Transmission of Educational Inequality, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 34, 5/6, 888-906.

• Kloosterman, R., Notten, N., Tolsma, J. & G. Kraaykamp (2011). The effects of parental reading socialization and early school involvement on children’s academic performance: A panel study of primary school pupils in the Netherlands. European Sociological Review, 27, 291-306.

Notten, N. G. Kraaykamp, G. Parental media socialization and educational attainment: Resource or disadvantage? Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 28, 4, 453-464.

Kraaykamp, G. & K. van Eijck (2010). The Intergenerational Reproduction of Cultural Capital: A Threefold Perspective. Social Forces, 89, 1, 209-231.

Notten, N. & G. Kraaykamp (2009). Home Media and Science Performance. A Cross-National Study, Educational Research and Evaluation, 15, 369-3868. [Pdf]

Kloosterman, R., S. Ruiter, P.M. de Graaf & G. Kraaykamp (2009). Parental Education, Children’s Performance and the Transition to Higher Secondary Education: Trends in Primary and Secondary Effects over five Dutch School Cohorts (1965–99). British Journal of Sociology, 60, 377-398. [Pdf]

• Levels, M., J. Dronkers & G. Kraaykamp (2008). Educational Achievement of Immigrants in Western Countries: Origin, Destination, and Community Effects on Mathematical Performance. American Sociological Review, 73, 5, 835-853. [Pdf]

Gesthuizen, M., P.M. de Graaf & G. Kraaykamp (2005). The Changing Family Background of the Low-Educated in the Netherlands. Socio-Economic, Cultural and Socio-Demographic Resources, European Sociological Review, 21, 441-452. [Pdf]

Kalmijn, M. & G. Kraaykamp (2005). Late or Later. A Sibling Analysis of the Effect of Maternal Age on Children’s Schooling. Social Science Research, 34, 634-650. [Pdf]

Kalmijn, M. & G. Kraaykamp (2003). Down and Out in the Educational Career. An Event-History Analysis of Ethnic Schooling Differences in The Netherlands, Educational Research and Evaluation, 9, 265-287. [Pdf]

Gesthuizen, M. & G. Kraaykamp (2002). Verbal Ability of Low-Educated People in the Netherlands. The Downside of Educational Expansion, The Netherlands’ Journal of Social Sciences, 38, 191-211. [Pdf]

• Werfhorst, H. van & G. Kraaykamp (2001). Four Field-Related Educational Resources and Their Impact on Labor, Consumption and Sociopolitical Orientation, Sociology of Education, 74, 296-317. [Pdf]

• Werfhorst, H. van de, N.D. de Graaf & G. Kraaykamp (2001). Intergenerational Resemblance in Field of Study in the Netherlands, European Sociological Review, 17, 3, 275-293. [Pdf]

Kalmijn, M. & G. Kraaykamp (2001). Race, Cultural Capital and Schooling: An analysis of trends in the United States, Pp. 355-362 in: Carter, G.L. (ed.), Empirical Approaches to Sociology. A Collection of Classic and Contemporary Readings, Boston: Pearson Education.

Werfhorst, H. van de, G. Kraaykamp & N.D. de Graaf (2000), Intergenerational Transmission of Educational Field-Resources. The impact of Parental Resources and Socialisation Practices on Children’s Fields of Study in the Netherlands, The Netherlands’ Journal of Social Sciences, 36, 188-210. [Pdf]

• Graaf, N.D., P.M. de Graaf & G. Kraaykamp (2000). Parental Cultural Capital and Educational Attainment in The Netherlands. A refinement of the cultural capital perspective, Sociology of Education, 73, 92-111. [Pdf]

Kalmijn, M. & G. Kraaykamp (1996). Race, Cultural Capital and Schooling: An analysis of trends in the United States, Sociology of Education, 69, 22-34. [Pdf]