De sociale staat van Nederland 2011

English title: The Social State of the Netherlands 2011

Author(s): Rob Bijl - Jeroen Boelhouwer - Mariëlle Cloïn - Evert Pommer -

Language: Dutch

Type: Book (monograph)



In this book we describe the position of the Netherlands and the Dutch in a number of key areas of life and the changes that have taken place in people's life situation over the last ten years. The Social State of the Netherlands covers many domains of Dutch life: education, public opinion, income and work, health, prevention and care, social and political participation and engagement, use of leisure time, mobility, public safety, and housing and the residential setting. By bringing these diverse themes together, placing them in the context of the economic and demographic developments taking place in Dutch society and describing trends over time, this report arrives at a picture of the overall life situation of the Dutch population. We also devote attention to individual groups in society, reflecting the fact that people's options, opportunities and preferences in structuring their lives are related to their age, sex, education level, degree of disability, ethnic origin and financial position.

City: The Hague

Edition: 0

ISBN: 9789037705584

Number of pages: 352

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