Maike van Damme is a postdoc in sociology at CED and Demosoc, Pompeu Fabra University, working on family life and social inequalities in cross-national comparative perspective. She has a PhD from Tilburg University, the Netherlands, and worked subsequently at Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona; LISER, Luxembourg; and the Institute for Sociology and Social-Psychology, Cologne. At the moment she works together with Dr. Sergi Vidal on residential mobility. Her research interests entail socio-economic causes and consequences of union dissolution and the process of relationship break-up, as well as fertility and the division of labour in couples. More specifically, she examines the consequences of the Great Recession for union formation and dissolution; housing density and breaking-up; status inconsistencies in the couple and marital conflict; intimate partner violence in comparative perspective; and the conceptualization and operationalization of gender ideologies.
VAN DAMME, Maike; KRAPF, Sandra; WAGNER, Michael (2021) “Housing density and its consequences for couples in Germany: staying, moving, or breaking up?”. Housing Studies (online: 17 Aug 2021 / ISSN: 0267-3037). https://doi.org/10.1080/02673037.2021.1961694
I.F.: JCR (SSCI)_2020_Q2_Regional & Urban Planning, i.i. 3.516
SJR_2020_Q1_Sociology and Political Science / Urban Studies, i.i. 0.923
VAN DAMME, Maike; CORTINA, Clara; GONZÁLEZ, M. José (2021) “Couples’ Relative Resources, Male Power, and Relationship Conflict from a Comparative Perspective”. Journal of Family Issues, 43 (5): 1263-1287 (ISSN: 0192-513X). https://doi.org/10.1177/0192513X211022397
I.F.: JCR_2020_Q3_Family Studies, i.i. 2.072
SJR_2020_Q1_Social Sciences (miscellaneous), i.i. 0.814