Daudi van Veen
Daudi van Veen is a PhD candidate at the faculty of Governance and Global Affairs. He is a part of the ‘Kinderen in de Samenleving (KidS)’ (Children in Society) research project under Judi Mesman.
Daudi van Veen completed his MSc (2017) in Interdisciplinary Social Science (track: Social Policy and Social Interventions) at Utrecht University. His master thesis explored the interaction between the multicultural surroundings of asylum recipients and their social networks.
Currently he’s a PhD candidate at the faculty of Governance and Global Affairs of Leiden University. He is a part of the ‘Kinderen in de Samenleving (KidS)’ (Children in Society) research project under Judi Mesman.
- Veen P.D. van (25 May 2023), The development and socialization of children's ethnicity-related views in the Netherlands (Dissertatie. Leiden University College The Hague, Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs, Leiden University). Supervisor(s) and Co-supervisor(s): Mesman J., Emmen R.A.G.
- Bruijn Y. de, Emmen R.A.G., Veen P.D. van & Mesman J. (2022), Priming attachment and diversity ideologies: effects on ethnic bias in children's altruistic sharing in a dictator game, Acta Psychologica 230: 103746.
- Mesman J., Bruijn Y. de, Veen P.D. van, Pektas F. & Emmen R.A.G. (2022), Maternal color‐consciousness is related to more positive and less negative attitudes toward ethnic‐racial outgroups in children in White Dutch families, Child Development 93(3): 668-680.
- Van Veen P.D., Emmen R.A.G., Amoureus C. & Mesman J. (2018), Guess Who? Interethnic Colorblindness Among White Dutch Adults. IACCP 2018, Guelph. 1 July 2018 - 5 July 2018. [conference poster].
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