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Dr. G. (Gerlieke) Veltkamp

Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
Programmagroep: Political Sociology: Power, Place and Difference

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  • Profile

     

    As a senior researcher and teacher at the Sociology department at the UvA, I'm currently involved in etnographic, longitudinal and participatory research projects and courses about health, families, children and youth in diverse urban contexts and I’m particularly interested in health, gender, risk and trust. I'm also involved in participatory and policy networks in Noord-Holland and Flevoland. 

    In my PhD research, I have investigated constructions of risk and gender in health and family policies, and between pre- and postnatal health care professionals and (new) parents in the Netherlands, Germany and Poland. 

    Previously, I've been involved in research and policy writing and in family therapy within the forensic youth psychiatry sector in Amsterdam. My experience with professional work, children and youth, family relations and psychosocial problems in an urban and forensic context is useful to my present role in engaging with various families and professionals.

    I'm engaged in writing in various forms and for various audiences.

     

  • Publicaties

    2021

    • Bröer, C., Veltkamp, G., Bouw, C., Vlaar, N., Borst, F., & de Sauvage Nolting, R. (2021). From Danger to Uncertainty: Changing Health Care Practices, Everyday Experiences, and Temporalities in Dealing With COVID-19 Policies in the Netherlands. Qualitative Health Research, 31(9), 1751-1763. https://doi.org/10.1177/10497323211005748

    2020

    2019

    • Veltkamp, G. (2019). When Do Professionals Envision and Trust Fathers as Caregivers over the Course of Giving Birth? A Comparison of Pre- and Postnatal Healthcare Professionals’ Assessments of Fathers in the Netherlands, Germany, and Poland. Social Politics, 26(3), 370–393. https://doi.org/10.1093/sp/jxy028 [details]

    2018

    • Veltkamp, G., Bröer, C., & Karasaki, M. (2018). Family health competence: attachment, detachment and health behaviours in the early years of parenthood. Manuscript submitted for publication.

    2017

    • Veltkamp, G., & Brown, P. (2017). The everyday risk work of Dutch child-healthcare professionals: inferring ‘safe’ and ‘good’ parenting through trust, as mediated by a lens of gender and class. Sociology of Health and Illness, 39(8), 1297-1313. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9566.12582 [details]

    2012

    2020

    2016

    • Grunow, D., & Veltkamp, G. (2016). Institutions as reference points for parents-to-be in European societies: A theoretical and analytical framework. In D. Grunow, & M. Evertsson (Eds.), Couples' Transitions to Parenthood: Analysing Gender and Work in Europe (pp. 3-33). Edward Elgar. https://doi.org/10.4337/9781785366000.00009 [details]

    2020

    2016

    • Karasaki, M., Veltkamp, G., & Bröer, C. (2016). Engaging with infants: Making of subjectivity in everyday infant eating, sleeping, and body movement practices.. Paper presented at British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Annual Conference, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

    2015

    • Veltkamp, G., Ils, A., & Grunow, D. (2015). Pre- and postnatal healthcare and gendered parenting norms: A comparison of professionals’ views and practices in the Netherlands and Germany. Paper presented at ESHMS 3rd Special Interest Meeting:, Trondheim, Norway.

    Spreker

    • Moerman, G. (speaker), Ramanujam, A. (speaker), Veltkamp, G. (speaker) & Bröer, C. (speaker) (8-9-2018). Setting up a Comparative, Collaborative and Continuing Ethnography, Unspoken, Unseen, Unheard
      of. Unexplored Realities in Qualitative Research (ESA RN20 qualitative methods midterm), St. Gallen.

    2018

    • Veltkamp, G. (2018). Anticipating ‘secure’ developments: How pre- and postnatal healthcare professionals work with risk and trust and (re) shape mothers’ and fathers’ roles in the Netherlands, Germany and Poland. Print Service Ede.
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