Julie de Jong

Julie de Jong

Julie is a Research Associate in the Family and Demography Program, housed in the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan. She is involved in several different research projects, and her work includes data collection design, collection, and analysis. Currently she is also involved in the development of measures of Developmental Idealism as well as the analysis of data concerning Developmental Idealism from a variety of countries.

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Recent Pub

Allendorf, "Conflict and Compatibility? Developmental Idealism and Gendered Differences in Marital Choice." Journal of Marriage and Family

Recent Pub

Thornton, Dorius, Swindle, Young-Demarco, Moaddel. "Middle Eastern Beliefs about the Causal Linkages of Development to Freedom, Democracy, and Human Rights." Sociology of Development.

Recent Pub

Kiss, Tamás. "Escaping the "Balkanizing" Gaze? Perceptions of Global and Internal Developmental Hierarchies in Romania." East European Politics and Societies.

Reading History Sideways

The method of reading history sideways is described and critiqued by Arland Thornton

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Developmental Idealism
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