Kristina Bakkær Simonsen
Kristina Bakkær Simonsen
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Aarhus University
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How the host nation's boundary drawing affects immigrants’ belonging
KB Simonsen
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42 (7), 1153-1176, 2016
392016
What it means to (not) belong: A case study of how boundary perceptions affect second‐generation immigrants’ attachments to the nation
KB Simonsen
Sociological Forum 33 (1), 118-138, 2018
212018
Does citizenship always further immigrants’ feeling of belonging to the host nation? A study of policies and public attitudes in 14 Western democracies
KB Simonsen
Comparative Migration Studies 5 (1), 3, 2017
212017
Ghetto-Society-Problem: A Discourse Analysis of Nationalist Othering
KB Simonsen
Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 16 (1), 83-99, 2016
212016
Ripple effects: An exclusive host national context produces more perceived discrimination among immigrants
KB Simonsen
European Journal of Political Research 55 (2), 374-390, 2016
162016
Is civic nationalism necessarily inclusive? Conceptions of nationhood and anti-Muslim attitudes in Europe
KB Simonsen, B Bonikowski
European Journal of Political Research 59 (1), 114-136, 2020
92020
Integration af indvandrere i Danmark
KB Simonsen
Politica 49 (3), 207-226, 2017
42017
Inclusive or Exclusive? How Contact with Host Nationals May Change Immigrants' Boundary Perceptions and Foster Identity Compatibility
KB Simonsen
International Migration Review 52 (4), 1011-1039, 2018
32018
The Democratic Consequences of Anti-immigrant Political Rhetoric: A Mixed Methods Study of Immigrants’ Political Belonging
KB Simonsen
Political Behavior, 1-32, 2019
22019
“Us” or “them”?: how policies, public opinion, and political rhetoric affect immigrants’ sense of belonging
KB Simonsen
Migration Information Source, 2019
22019
Do They Belong? Host National Boundary Drawing and Immigrants' Identificational Integration
KB Simonsen
Forlaget Politica (ISBN: 9788773352236), 2017
2*2017
”Hvor dansk skal man være for at være dansk?” Hvordan unge efterkommere af indvandrere fra Mellemøsten oplever mulighederne for at høre til i Danmark
KB Simonsen
Politica 49 (3), 312-329, 2017
22017
Øger social tillid den etniske tolerance?: En analyse af kulturelle forbehold
KB Simonsen, JPF Thomsen
Statsvetenskaplig tidskrift 115 (3), 205-223, 2013
22013
Immigration and Immigrant Integration Policy: Public Opinion or Party Politics?
KB Simonsen
The Oxford Handbook of Danish Politics, 609-626, 2020
12020
Politics Feeds Back: The Minority/Majority Turnout Gap and Citizenship in Anti-Immigrant Times
KB Simonsen
Perspectives on Politics, 1-16, 2020
12020
Blog Post: The Democratic Consequences of Anti-Immigrant Political Rhetoric: A Mixed-Methods Study of Immigrants' Political Belonging
KB Simonsen
2019
Udvikling af studerendes selvstændighed: Stilladsering i bachelorvejledning
KB Simonsen, G Wichmann-Hansen
Dansk Universitetspædagogisk Tidsskrift 15 (27), 136-154, 2019
2019
Political approaches to immigration in Scandinavia since 1995
KB Simonsen
2019
Who Belongs?: A Cross-national Study of Determinants of Immigrants' Identification with the Host Nation
KB Simonsen
Institut for Statskundskab, Aarhus Universitet, 2014
2014
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