Dirk Jacobs has studied Sociology at Ghent University (Belgium, 1993) and holds a doctorate (Ph.D.) in Social Sciences (Utrecht University, the Netherlands, 1998). He is Full Professor in Sociology at the Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) and Visiting Professor at the Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis (FUSL) in Brussels. He is Director of the ULB research group GERME (Group for Research on Ethnic Relations, Migration and Equality).
Main research interests of Dirk Jacobs include (ethnic) minorities, ethnocentrism, political sociology and quantitative and qualitative methodology. He has published widely on these and other topics in national and international scientific journals (including International Migration Review, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, British Medical Journal, Journal for International Migration and Integration, International Journal on Multicultural Societies).
Perrine Devleeshouwer, et al.
Cet ouvrage met en évidence les enjeux généraux des espaces urbains contemporains à partir du cas bruxellois. More info
Jean-Benoit Pilet, et al.
Pour la première fois, une analyse des comportements des électeurs à l’occasion du scrutin communal de 2012 est proposée à partir d’une enquête sortie des urnes menée auprès de 5 000 électeurs dans 40 communes belges. More info
Saskia Bonjour, et al.
This edited volume addresses the construction of identity classifications underlying the new forms of inclusion and exclusion that are to be found in contemporary Europe. Its scope covers practices of categorization and of resistance, both by majority groups. More info
Catherine Dehon, et al.
University rankings are “hot”. Some universities, policy makers and journalists seem to take them quite seriously. At the same time, however, they are also fiercely criticized. The best known worldwide rankings tend, for instance, to have a strong anglo-saxon bias and tend to give insufficient valorisation to human sciences. More info