Governing 'new social risks': The case of recent child policies in European welfare states

Marit Hopman
Post-doctoral researcher within the project

Education and Training
2012: Dissertation in Pedagogical Sciences, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
2007: Social Issues & Youth Policy (MSc), Utrecht University, The Netherlands
2000: Developmental Psychology (MSc), Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Work Experience
Since August 2012: post-doctoral researcher, Faculty of Social Sciences, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
2008-2012: PhD candidate, Faculty of Social Sciences, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
2004-2008: Social worker, Dutch National Agency of Youth Care (Bureau Jeugdzorg), Gouda, The Netherlands

Summary of recent research
2012-2014: Governing ‘new social risks’
2008-2012: Values in youth care interventions and youth policy

International Experience
1997: Developmental Psychology – California State University Bakersfield, CA, USA

Main publications
2012:

  • Hopman, M., De Winter, M., & Koops, W. (2012). The Hidden Curriculum of Youth Policy: A Dutch Example. Youth & Society, DOI: 10.1177/0044118x11436187.
  • Hopman, M., De Winter, M., & Koops, W. (2012). Het Verborgen Curriculum van Gezinsbeleid: Een Nederlands Voorbeeld. Orthopedagogiek: Onderzoek en Praktijk.
  • Hopman, M. (2012). Unraveling the Hidden Curriculum. Values in Youth Care Interventions and Youth Policy (Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation). Utrecht University, The Netherlands
  • 2011:
  • Hopman, M. (2011). Het Verborgen Curriculum van de Jeugdzorg. Pedagogiek in Praktijk, 62, 12-15.
  • Available soon:
  • Hopman, M., De Winter, M., & Koops, W. (in press). Analyzing the Hidden Curriculum: A Method for the Analysis of Values in Youth Care Interventions. Methodology.
  • Hopman, M., De Winter, M., & Koops, W. (resubmitted). Values and Youth Care Interventions – The Case of Triple P. British Journal of Social Work.
  • Hopman, M., De Winter, M., & Koops, W. (submitted). The Hidden Curriculum of Youth Care Interventions – A Case Study. Children & Youth Services Review