Maaike Hornstra is a postdoctoral researcher at NIDI. Her research interests include family structures, parent-child relationships, and life-courses. She holds a Research Master’s degree in Sociology and Social Research from Utrecht University and a PhD degree in Sociology from the University of Amstyerdam. In her research for the MYMOVE project, she will examine the long-term consequences of childhood internal mobility, focussing specifically on the role of the family context.
Dr. M.S.L. (Maaike) Hornstra
- Hornstra, M., Ivanova, K. (2023), Kinkeeping across families: The central role of mothers and stepmothers in the facilitation of adult intergenerational ties. Sex Roles 88 (7-8): 367-382.
- Hornstra, M. (2022),Going beyond the dyad: Adult intergenerational closeness after divorce and remarriage. PhD thesis. ICS dissertation series 317. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam, 210 p.
- Hornstra, M., Kalmijn, M., Ivanova, K. (2022), Adult children in complex families: How do relationships affect relationships? Family Relations.
- Hornstra, M., Kalmijn, M., Ivanova, K. (2022), Dissonant relationships to biological parents and stepparents and the well-being of adult children. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 39 (3): 481-504.
- Hornstra, M., Maas, I. (2021), Does the impact of the family increase or decrease over the life course? Sibling similarities in occupational status across different career points. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 75: 100643.
- Hornstra, M., Kalmijn, M., Ivanova, K. (2020), Fatherhood in complex families: Ties between adult children, biological fathers, and stepfathers. Journal of Marriage and Family 82 (5): 1637-1654.
- Kalmijn, M., Leeuw, S. de, Hornstra, M., Ivanova, K., Gaalen, R. van, Houdt, K. van (2019), Family complexity into adulthood: The central role of mothers in shaping intergenerational ties. American Sociological Review 84 (5): 876-904.
- Kalmijn, M., Ivanova, K., Gaalen, R.I.A. van, de Leeuw, S.G., Houdt, K. van, Spijker, F. van, Hornstra, M. (2018), A Multi-Actor Study of Adult Children and Their Parents in Complex Families: Design and Content of the OKiN Survey. European Sociological Review 34 (4): 452–470.