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Dr. F.M. (Fenne) Pinkster

Faculteit der Maatschappij- en Gedragswetenschappen
Programmagroep: Urban Geographies
Fotograaf: Dirk Gillissen

Bezoekadres
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
  • Kamernummer: C4.03A
Postadres
  • Postbus 15629
    1001 NC Amsterdam
Contactgegevens
  • Profile

    Onderzoeksexpertise: de geleefde stad en ruimtelijke ongelijkheid: thuisvoelen, buurtbinding, politiek van plaats; segregatie, gentrificatie, kwetsbare wijken, sociale menging. 

    Key research interests: geography of everyday life, home and belonging, politics of place, urban inequality and governing marginality.

    Short Biography

    As Associate Professor in Urban Geography, I am affiliated to the department of Geography, Planning and International Development Studies and the Center for Urban Studies. What I love about Urban Geography, is that you can encounter the urban transformations and social challenges you read about in text books and academic papers as soon as you step out into the city. Much of my inspiration for research and teaching comes from such everyday observations, in Amsterdam where I was born and raised, but also in other cities that I have visited over the years. 

    My research agenda concerns urban geographies of everyday life, referred to as de geleefde stad in Dutch. I explore how residents experience, use and produce urban space, studying the different ways in which neighborhoods form meaningful places for residents (or not) and raising questions about place-based processes of in- and exclusion, feelings of belonging and loss, encounters with difference, and place-making and place-claiming. I study lived experiences of the city through the lense of urban inequality, exploring who is able to be and feel at home in the city and investigating how processes of urban change affect residents in diverging and often unequal ways. My fieldwork has spanned a wide range of different neighborhoods, including disadvantaged urban areas targeted by urban renewal, white working class areas and elite spaces in the city like the Amsterdam Canal Belt.

    As lecturer, I am engaged in teaching at all levels of Academic Education, ranging from first year Bachelor courses to PhD supervision, and greatly enjoy working and collaborating with students. In addition to my academic work, I hold a seat at the Programme Council of the Center for Urban Inequality, which aims to generate new research insights in the persistent and cumulative nature of inequality in Amsterdam and thereby contribute to policy practices that can address these challenges for the city. I contribute to the Programme Council through my interest in spatial inequalities, urban marginality and neighborhood effects. For more information, see https://kenniscentrumongelijkheid.nl/

    News

    September 2023: Jeroen van der Veer scriptieprijs

    Voor het derde jaar wordt de Jeroen van der Veer scriptieprijs uitgereikt door de AFWC voor de beste Master scriptie op het gebied van volkshuisvesting en wonen. Ik heb de eer deel uit te maken van de jury Zie https://www.afwc.nl/over-afwc/jeroen-van-der-veerprijs voor meer informatie. 

    September 2022: Nederlandstalige publicatie over buurteffecten

    Voor het Lexicon Nabijheid en Sociaal Werk schreef ik een korte, Nederlandstalige bijdrage over buurteffecten, wat dat precies zijn en waar ze vandaan komen. Hier vind je een digitale versie van het Lexicon en mijn bijdrage.

  • Research projects

    Current projects

    My research focuses on how urban residents encounter, experience and engage with the city and processes of urban change, both emotionally and practically. I engage with these themes through a critical lense, exploring differences and inequalities in the degree to which residents are able to participate and feel at home in the city. Current projects include:

    • Home and Belonging in the city in times of COVID-19, principal researcher, partially funded through a 2021 CUS Teaching Buy-out grant and in collaboration with OIS Amsterdam. The project included a survey and qualitative follow-up interviews with Amsterdammers about the way in which the first lockdown has led them to re-evaluate their homes, neighborhood and city as a place to live. A short introduction to the study can be found HERE;
    • Residential aspirations, supergentrification and new gentrifiers in the Amsterdam Canal Belt, collaborative research project with colleague Willem Boterman and sponsored by a CUS seed grant;
    • Storytelling as a participatory community building projects in disadvantaged neighborhoods, collaborative research project with colleagues Nanke Verloo, Dolly Loomans and Virginie Mamadouh, realized with an Center for Urban Studies XL Grant;
    • Urban Environmental Justice in Amsterdam, collaborative research project with Wouter van Gent as principal investigator, funded through the Center for Urban Inequality;

    General research interests

    In the past years I have explored and collaborated on a range of topics around the geography of everyday urban life, including: 

    • geographies of home and belonging, focusing on the affective relationship between people and places, whereby I interpret neighborhood belonging and place attachment not as a given or fixed, but as a process which may change over time and as inherently political in terms of who is able to develop belonging and who is not. Relatedly, I have studied feelings of estrangement and loss triggered by larger processes of urban and neighborhood change and am interested in the everyday production of discontent;
    • spatial practices & everyday routines, examining the ways in which residents' lives are embedded in the neighbourhood (or not!) and the wider city, how residents strategically manage their exposure to their environment, the barriers they encounter in navigating the city and the way in which social inequalities become manifest in the spatiality of everyday life;
    • politics of place, focusing on unequal power geomatries between residents in shaping neighborhood life and determing its future and exploring which meanings of place are acknowledged and which are not;
    • 'living with difference', investigating how residents in mixed neighborhoods and housing projects experience and respond to living in close proximity to 'others' and studying under which conditions social mix programs can contribute to positive experiences of diversity;
    • lived experiences of urban marginality. For my dissertation, I examined how residents in an area of concentrated poverty used local social networks to find work. More recently, I have been involved in research on processes of territorial stigmatization, questioning how residents in areas of concentrated poverty experience and respond to symbolic denigration of their neighborhood, and I have become interested in how residents in marginalized urban areas encounter the state and make sense of government interventions;
    • wellbeing and the built environment: Inspired by fieldwork during covid-lockdowns in which Amsterdam residents discussed the various ways in which they experienced their everyday surroundings, I have become interested in discussions on cities as sources of stress versus more positive engagement with the urban built environment and how this might influence mental wellbeing, exploring what type of places in the city might function as 'therapeutic' places. I hope to expand this as a research idea in the coming years. 
  • Key publications

    The following Academic publications are indicative for my work, For a more extensive list of my work, see 'Publicaties'.

    Pinkster, F. M., Ferier, M. S., & Hoekstra, M. S. (2020). On the Stickiness of Territorial Stigma: Diverging Experiences in Amsterdam's Most Notorious Neighbourhood. Antipode52(2), 522-541. https://doi.org/10.1111/anti.12608 

    Pinkster, F. M., & Boterman, W. R. (2017). When the spell is broken: gentrification, urban tourism and privileged discontent in the Amsterdam canal district. Cultural Geographies24(3), 457-472. https://doi.org/10.1177/1474474017706176 

    Pinkster, F. M. (2016). Narratives of neighbourhood change and loss of belonging in an urban garden village. Social & Cultural Geography17(7), 871-891. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649365.2016.1139169

    Pinkster, F. M. (2014). "I Just Live Here": Everyday Practices of Disaffiliation of Middle-class Households in Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods. Urban Studies51(4), 810-826. https://doi.org/10.1177/0042098013489738

    Nederlandstalige publicaties:

     

  • Onderwijs / Teaching

    I greatly enjoy teaching and consider it a privilege to introduce students to the fields of Human and Urban Geography, together exloring new ways of looking at, studying and experiencing places in interactive ways. My teaching experience ranges from large-scale, first year Bachelor courses to individual thesis supervision at Bachelor, Master and Research Master level. I also supervise PhD students. Over the years, I have been strategically engaged in our teaching program, as head of the Educational Program Committe (OC), Academic Advisor for our Geography courses and several revision committies in the Bachelor and in the Master. In 2018, I received the senior qualification certificate for teaching in Higher Education (SKO). 

    Current teaching responsibilities:

    • Bachelor Sociale Geografie & Planologie: Inleiding Sociale Geografie, Basispecialisatie Stadsgeografie, scriptiebegeleiding
    • Master Human Geography: Advanced Urban Geographies, thesis supervision
    • Research Master Urban Studies: thesis supervision & urban labs
    • Research Master Social Sciences: indivual reading courses & thesis supervision

    Individual thesis supervision (MA, RMUS & RMSS)

    If you are writing a thesis in the field of Urban Geography or Urban Studies and are considering me as a supervisor, please have a look at my research page for potentially shared interests. Some examples of thesis topics that I have supervised:

    • Rosa de Jong (2017) Consuming or living diversity: middle classes in renewal areas in Glasgow and Rotterdam (RMUS)
    • Brian Hinton (2017) Fragmented sense of home amongst young homeless people in Birmingham (MA Human Geography)
    • Brady Rall (2018) Everyday mobilities of young migrants in Boston and Amsterdam (RMUS)
    • Jessica Warren (2019) The package next door. Neighboring in a dense, diverse setting (RMSS, cum laude)
    • Kay Mars (2019) Feeling home in a 'straight' city:  everyday experiences of hetero- and homonormativity by young gay and bisexual men in Porto Alegre, Brazil (MA Human Geography)
    • Angie Murphy (2019) Art as opportunity: can refugees develop a sense of belonging and inclusion through collective art projects? (MA Human Geography)
    • Tessa Hartley (2020) Reading a changing urban landscape: A biography of an intersection in Amsterdam Noord (MA Human Geography, cum laude, FMG thesis prize)
    • Emma Adriaansz (2020) Uit het lood. De casus van ongelijke verdeling van vervuild water in Amsterdam Noord (MA Human Geography, zie ook Rooilijn)
    • Alexandra Giannopoulou (2021) Remote work. Exploring the geographies of digital freelance workers in Athens (MA Human geography, cum laude)
    • Barbara Palomino Baez De Oliviera Soares (2021) 'We are not for sale'. Financialization of affordable rental housing and its impact on residents (MA Human Geography)
    • Nadine ter Harmsel (2023) Tiny living: home-making and the tiny house movement (RM Social Sciences)

    PhD Supervision

    • Dolly Loomans (2021-2025) Housing pathways of new migrants, promotor
    • Ceylin Idel (2023) Politics of place-making in peripheral Istanbul, supervision fieldwork analysis
    • Robin-Jan van Duijne (2017-2020) Peri-urbanization in India, co-promotor
    • Myrte Hoekstra (2013-2017) Governing diversity and experiencing difference, co-promotor
    • Annalies Teernstra (2009-2014) Processes of neighborhood upgrading and downgrading, co-promotor
    • Doske van der Wilk (2014-2017) Gentrifying public space, daily supervisor

    PhD Committees

    Thijs van der Steeg (2022) De vergeten rol van de bewoner in het klimaatakoord, Universiteit van Amsterdam (promotores: Prof Dr Arnold Reijndorp & Dr Nanke Verloo)

    Henk Huisjes (2021) Ward, web and world. Geopolitical outlooks of and for the Dutch police, Universiteit van Amsterdam (promotores: Prof. Dr. Robert Kloosterman & Dr. Virginie Mamadouh)

    Gijs Custers (2021) The new divided city, Erasmus Universiteit (promotor: prof. dr. Godfried Engbersen)

    Elise Schillebeekx (2019) Aankomstwijken in Vlaanderen, Universiteit Antwerpen/KU Leuven (promotores: Prof Dr Stijn Oosterlynck & Prof Dr Pascal de Decker)

    Alana Osbourne (2018) Touring Trench Town: Commodifying Urban Poverty and Violence in Kingston, Jamaica, Universiteit van Amsterdam (promotores: Prof Dr Rivke Jaffe & Prof Dr Michiel Baud)

    Emily Miltenburg (2017), A different place for different people, Universiteit van Amsterdam (Promotores: Prof Dr Herman van der Werfhorst & Prof Dr Tom van der Meer)

  • En buiten de universiteit....

    Maatschappelijke activiteiten

    • Sinds 2021 ben ik namens de UvA lid van de programmaraad van het Kenniscentrum Ongelijkheid. Vanuit mijn expertise op het gebied van sociale en ruimtelijke ongelijkheid kan ik zo een bijdrage leveren aan het beter begrijpen en het tegengaan van groeiende tegenstellingen in de stad. In het tjdschrift Sprank verscheen in 2021 een interview over hoe ik als geograaf naar deze vraagstukken kijk, zie https://sprankmagazine.nl/strijd-om-de-ruimte/ 
    • Ik ben sinds 2021 jurylid voor de Jeroen van der Veer scriptieprijs voor Wonen en Volkshuisvesting.

    Daarnaast....

    • werk ik regelmatig samen met maatschappelijke partners, op het gebied van onderwijs en onderzoek, waaronder scriptieprojecten met Ruimte en Duurzaamheid van de Gemeente Amsterdam, AFWC, Stadgenoot en het INTI en onderzoeksprojecten met OIS Amsterdam over de gevolgen van corona voor thuisgevoel in de stad en in het verleden met het Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau (over het stedelijke vernieuwingsbeleid) en het Planbureau voor de Leefomgeving (over leefstijlen en woonmilieuvoorkeuren);
    • ben ik regelmatig betrokken bij expertbijeenkomsten en wetenschappelijke begeleidingscommissies voor beleid en maatschappelijk onderzoek, bijvoorbeeld voor RIVM, de Gemeente Amsterdam (Strategieteam, Ruimte en Duurzaamheid), de Gemeente Almere, het Ministerie van Binnenlandse zaken en Platform31;
    • vind ik het belangrijk om via mijn onderzoek een bijdrage te leveren aan het maatschappelijke debat over de toekomst van Nederlandse steden, bijvoorbeeld over de (on)zin van gemengde wijken (in Geografie), kwetsbare wijken (in Trouw), de lokale gevolgen van toerisme (in Parool)  en onvrede van bewoners in Amsterdamse tuindorpen (in Parool, met collega Wouter van Gent);
    • stoor ik me aan het gebrek aan nuance in het publie debat over arme wijken en de misleidende en stigmatiserende labels die daarin gebruikt worden. En klim dan ook wel eens in de pen, zie bijvoorbeeld ons artikel in Sociale Vraagstukken over de Bijlmer, mijn bijdrage aan een AT5-debat over Zuidoost, en eerdere kritische reacties op het stuk Afrowijk in de Groene Amsterdammer en gebruik van de term 'moslimwijken' in Trouw en op de radio bij het programma CritiX  van FunX;
    • scoorde ik ooit een ikje bij de NRC.

    Zie hieronder enkele korte Nederlandstalige artikelen over mijn onderzoek:

  • Publicaties

    2020

    2019

    2017

    2016

    • Pinkster, F. M. (2016). Narratives of neighbourhood change and loss of belonging in an urban garden village. Social & Cultural Geography, 17(7), 871-891. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649365.2016.1139169 [details]
    • Teernstra, A. B., & Pinkster, F. M. (2016). Participation in neighbourhood regeneration: achievements of residents in a Dutch disadvantaged neighbourhood. Urban Research & Practice, 9(1), 56-79. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/17535069.2015.1045931 [details]
    • Tersteeg, A. K., & Pinkster, F. M. (2016). "Us up here and them down there": how design, management, and neighborhood facilities shape social distance in a mixed-tenure housing development. Urban Affairs Review, 52(5), 751-779. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1177/1078087415601221 [details]

    2014

    • Pinkster, F. M. (2014). "I Just Live Here": Everyday Practices of Disaffiliation of Middle-class Households in Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods. Urban Studies, 51(4), 810-826. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1177/0042098013489738 [details]
    • Pinkster, F. M. (2014). Neighbourhood effects as indirect effects: evidence from a Dutch case study on the significance of neighbourhood for employment trajectories. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 38(6), 2042-2059. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-2427.2012.01197.x [details]
    • Pinkster, F. M., Permentier, M., & Wittebrood, K. (2014). Moving considerations of middle-class residents in Dutch disadvantaged neighborhoods: exploring the relationship between disorder and attachment. Environment and Planning A, 46(12), 2898-2914. https://doi.org/10.1068/a130082p [details]

    2011

    • Aalbers, M. B., van Gent, W. P. C., & Pinkster, F. M. (2011). Comparing deconcentrating poverty policies in the United States and the Netherlands: a critical reply to Stal and Zuberi. Cities : The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning, 28(3), 260-264. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2010.08.003 [details]

    2009

    2008

    • Völker, B., Pinkster, F., & Flap, H. (2008). Inequality in social capital between migrants and natives in the Netherlands. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, (Sonderheft 48), 325-350. [details]

    2007

    2020

    • Boterman, W. R., & Pinkster, F. M. (2020). The Present-Day Canal District as Home: Living in a Commodified Space. In J. Nijman (Ed.), Amsterdam’s Canal District: Origins, Evolution, and Future Prospects (pp. 199-216). University of Toronto Press. https://doi.org/10.3138/9781487510787-015 [details]
    • Pinkster, F. M. (2020). Interviewing in urban research. In N. Verloo, & L. Bertolini (Eds.), Seeing the City: Interdisciplinary perspectives on the study of the urban (pp. 70-84). (Perspectives on Interdisciplinarity; Vol. 6). Amsterdam University Press. https://doi.org/10.2307/j.ctv1b741xh.8
    • Pinkster, F. M., Ferier, M. S., & Hoekstra, M. S. (2020). On the Stickiness of Territorial Stigma: Diverging Experiences in Amsterdam's Most Notorious Neighbourhood. Antipode, 52(2), 522-541. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1111/anti.12608 [details]

    2019

    • Druta, O., Limpens, A., Pinkster, F. M., & Ronald, R. (2019). Early adulthood housing transitions in Amsterdam: Understanding dependence and independence between generations. Population Space and Place, 25(2), Article e2196. https://doi.org/10.1002/psp.2196 [details]
    • Hoekstra, M. S., & Pinkster, F. M. (2019). ‘We want to be there for everyone’: imagined spaces of encounter and the politics of place in a super-diverse neighbourhood. Social & Cultural Geography, 20(2), 222-241. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649365.2017.1356362 [details]

    2017

    2016

    • Pinkster, F. M. (2016). Narratives of neighbourhood change and loss of belonging in an urban garden village. Social & Cultural Geography, 17(7), 871-891. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/14649365.2016.1139169 [details]
    • Teernstra, A. B., & Pinkster, F. M. (2016). Participation in neighbourhood regeneration: achievements of residents in a Dutch disadvantaged neighbourhood. Urban Research & Practice, 9(1), 56-79. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/17535069.2015.1045931 [details]
    • Tersteeg, A. K., & Pinkster, F. M. (2016). "Us up here and them down there": how design, management, and neighborhood facilities shape social distance in a mixed-tenure housing development. Urban Affairs Review, 52(5), 751-779. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1177/1078087415601221 [details]

    2014

    • Pinkster, F. M. (2014). "I Just Live Here": Everyday Practices of Disaffiliation of Middle-class Households in Disadvantaged Neighbourhoods. Urban Studies, 51(4), 810-826. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1177/0042098013489738 [details]
    • Pinkster, F. M. (2014). Neighbourhood effects as indirect effects: evidence from a Dutch case study on the significance of neighbourhood for employment trajectories. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 38(6), 2042-2059. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1468-2427.2012.01197.x [details]
    • Pinkster, F. M., Permentier, M., & Wittebrood, K. (2014). Moving considerations of middle-class residents in Dutch disadvantaged neighborhoods: exploring the relationship between disorder and attachment. Environment and Planning A, 46(12), 2898-2914. https://doi.org/10.1068/a130082p [details]

    2012

    • Musterd, S., Pinkster, F., van Ham, M., & Kleinhans, R. (2012). Kwantitatief en kwalitatief buurteffectenonderzoek. Tijdschrift voor de Volkshuisvesting, 18(3), 30-31. [details]

    2011

    • Aalbers, M. B., van Gent, W. P. C., & Pinkster, F. M. (2011). Comparing deconcentrating poverty policies in the United States and the Netherlands: a critical reply to Stal and Zuberi. Cities : The International Journal of Urban Policy and Planning, 28(3), 260-264. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2010.08.003 [details]

    2009

    • Musterd, S., & Pinkster, F. M. (2009). Unravelling neighborhood effects: evidence from two European welfare states. In J. W. Duyvendak, F. Hendriks, & M. van Niekerk (Eds.), City in sight: Dutch dealings with urban change (pp. 41-59). AUP. [details]
    • Pinkster, F. (2009). Neighborhood-based networks, social resources, and labor market participation in two Dutch neighborhoods. Journal of Urban Affairs, 31(2), 213-231. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9906.2009.00442.x [details]
    • Pinkster, F. M., & Droogleever Fortuijn, J. (2009). Ouderlijke régimes in een achterstandswijk. In S. Musterd, & W. Ostendorf (Eds.), Problemen in wijken of probleemwijken? (pp. 49-58). Van Gorcum. [details]
    • Pinkster, F. M., & Droogleever Fortuijn, J. (2009). Watch out for the neighborhood trap !A case study on parental perceptions of and strategies to counter risks for children in a disadvantaged neighborhood. Children's Geographies, 7(3), 323-337. https://doi.org/10.1080/14733280903024498 [details]
    • Pinkster, F. M., & Völker, B. (2009). Local social networks and social resources in two Dutch neighbourhoods. Housing Studies, 24(2), 225-242. https://doi.org/10.1080/02673030802704329 [details]

    2008

    • Pinkster, F. M. (2008). De sociale betekenis van de buurt: een onderzoek naar de relatie tussen het wonen in een arme wijk en sociale mobiliteit. Amsterdam University Press. http://www.kiemnet.nl/binaries/webwinkel/bulk/pdfs/9789089640567_ebook.pdf [details]
    • Völker, B., Pinkster, F., & Flap, H. (2008). Inequality in social capital between migrants and natives in the Netherlands. Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie und Sozialpsychologie, (Sonderheft 48), 325-350. [details]

    2007

    • Pinkster, F. M. (2007). Je bent wie je kent? Buurtgebonden sociale contacten, socialisering en sociale mobiliteit in een Haagse achterstandswijk. In R. van Kempen, & S. Musterd (Eds.), De stadsbuurt: Ontwikkeling en betekenis (pp. 109-120). Assen: Van Gorcum. [details]
    • Pinkster, F. M. (2007). Localised social networks, socialisation and social mobility in a low-income neighbourhood in the Netherlands. Urban Studies, 44(13), 2587-2604. https://doi.org/10.1080/00420980701558384 [details]

    2006

    • Pinkster, F. M. (2006). Inkomenssegregatie in Nederlandse steden. In C. H. Mulder, & F. M. Pinkster (Eds.), Onderscheid in wonen; Het sociale van binnen en buiten (pp. 99-122). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. [details]

    2023

    • van Gent, W., Ntarladima, A-M., van Vulpen, B., Hochstenbach, C., Giezen, M., Boterman, W., Pinkster, F., Harris, V., & Stenvers, D. J. (2023). Gezond wonen in de regio Amsterdam: Woningmarkt, omgevingskwaliteit, gezondheid, en ongelijkheid in de metropoolregio. Universiteit van Amsterdam. [details]

    2020

    2006

    • Mulder, C. H., & Pinkster, F. M. (2006). Onderscheid in wonen: Het sociale van binnen en buiten. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. [details]

    2002

    • Pinkster, F. M., & van Kempen, R. (2002). Leefstijlen en woonmilieuvoorkeuren. Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht.

    2022

    2021

    2020

    2019

    2017

    • Ferier, M., Pinkster, F., Hoekstra, M., & Noom, A. (2017). Wonen in een beruchte buurt. Agora, 33(4), 20-23. [details]

    2012

    2011

    2009

    • Pinkster, F. M. (2009). De dubbele betekenis van sociale contacten in een probleemwijk. Geografie, 18(6), 21-23. [details]

    2005

    • Musterd, S., & Pinkster, F. M. (2005). Buurteffecten en beleidsinterventies; over integratie, sociale netwerken en beleid. City journal: wetenschappelijk tijdschrift voor stedelijk onderzoek in de praktijk, 1(1), 13-19. [details]

    2004

    • Aalbers, M. B., Bodaar, A., Kloosterman, R. C., & Pinkster, F. M. (2004). Sex in de stad. Rooilijn, 37(7), 316-318. [details]
    • Kloosterman, R. C., Aalbers, M. B., Bodaar, A., & Pinkster, F. M. (2004). Special issue of ‘Sex and the City. Rooilijn, 37(7), 316-318. [details]
    • Leidelmeijer, K., & Pinkster, F. M. (2004). Leefbaarheid van wijken. Rooilijn, 37(6), 301-306. [details]
    • Pinkster, F. M., & van Kempen, R. (2004). Vraagtekens bij leefstijlen.De waarde van leefstijlen als leidraad voor woningbouw. Agora, 20(3), 40-44. [details]

    2003

    • Bertolini, L., Dukes, M. J. M., Majoor, S. J. H., & Pinkster, F. M. (2003). Welkom in Noord! Rooilijn, 36(4), 165. [details]

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