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Jaspers, dr. E. (Universiteit Utrecht); Tubergen, prof. dr. F. van (Universiteit Utrecht) 10.17026/dans-xh4-29fb
The current panel describes and explains the life-courses of immigrant and native young adults in the Netherlands. The survey covers three central themes: (A) progress in school and in the labour market, (B) the development of norms, values, lifestyle and attitudes, (C) changes in social networks and social participation. Respondents are interviewed at age 17 (wave 4), 18 (wave 5), 19 (wave 6), and 20 (wave 7). The panel provides extensive information about these crucial ages, in which they will experience important developments, events and transitions: at school, on the labour market, but also with respect to their religion, identity, anti-social behaviour, prejudice, health, interethnic contacts, transnational ties, dating partners, relationship with their parents, and social participation.
This panel is a continuation of the 3-wave panel study CILS4EU, which followed these immigrant and native children at age 14, 15, 16, 17 in the Netherlands, England, Germany and Sweden.