In addition to the entries on voter turnout, listed ad 5.2, and some of the publications mentioned under new social movements, ad 7.3, see:
- A. van den Broek, Political Involvement in the Netherlands: Modes, Trends and Patterns, 1974-1990, Acta Politica, Vol. 29 (1994), pp. 173-197
- A.C. Wille, The Accidental Activist: Potential Political Participation in the Netherlands. Amsterdam: PhD thesis University of Amsterdam, 1994
- Ph. Van Praag jr., The Netherlands: Action and Protest in a Depillarized Society, in: D. Rucht (ed.), Research on Social Movements: the State of the Art in Western Europe and the United States, Frankfurt: Campus, 1991, pp. 295-320
- C.W.A.M. Aarts, Non-Electoral Political Participation and its Social Context, Politics and the Individual, Vol.1 (1991), pp. 29-47.
On the reaction to a very special form of political involvement, i. e. political terrorism, see: A.P. Schmid, Countering Terrorism in the Netherlands, Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol. 4:4 (1993), pp. 79-109.