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Social Science Quarterly



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Basic Information

Publisher: Wiley
Founded in: 1919
Homepage: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.co...
Association: Southwestern Social Science Association (@SWSocSciAssn)
Rank:
• 109/175 in Political Science (Web of Science 2017)
• 92/146 in Sociology (Web of Science 2017)
Category: Political Science Sociology

Authors per paper:
     Average: 2
     Median: 1
References per paper:
     Average: 48
     Median: 46

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Latest papers

Superior Sporting Performance in Athletics: Determinants and Sustainability
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Impacts of Internet on Openness to Change in China: Millennials Versus Pre‐Millennials
Social Science Quarterly 2019-06-12

The Energy Boom: Boon or Bane for Local Philanthropy?
Social Science Quarterly 2019-06-12

Assessing Sociodemographic Predictors of Climate Change Concern, 1994–2016
Social Science Quarterly 2019-06-09

Age Versus Socialization in Understanding Attitudes Toward Economic Reforms in China
Social Science Quarterly 2019-06-09

The Evolution of Attitudes on Same‐Sex Marriage in the United States, 1988–2014
Social Science Quarterly 2019-06-04

Here's Looking at You: Public‐ Versus Elite‐Driven Models of Presidential Primary Elections*
Social Science Quarterly 2019-05-24

Detecting Historical Inequality Patterns: A Replication of Thomas Piketty's Wealth Concentration Estimates for the United Kingdom*
Social Science Quarterly 2019-05-20

Tweeting Blame in a Federalist System: Attributions for Disaster Response in Social Media Following Hurricane Sandy*
Social Science Quarterly 2019-05-16

The Influence of Corporate Lobbying on Federal Contracting
Social Science Quarterly 2019-05-16

Expanding Social Science Through Disaster Studies
Social Science Quarterly 2019-05-14

Student‐Athletes Performing Community Service: Examination of Community Service Motivation and Athletic Department Involvement *
Social Science Quarterly 2019-05-13

Isn't a Flood a “Rainy Day?” Does the Political Nature of Disasters Impact the Use of States’ Rainy Day Funds?*
Social Science Quarterly 2019-05-13

Does Negative Group Information Moderate Ideological Identity? An Experimental Test*
Social Science Quarterly 2019-05-11

Public Attention to a Local Disaster Versus Competing Focusing Events: Google Trends Analysis Following the 2016 Louisiana Flood *
Social Science Quarterly 2019-05-10

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Cited median publication year:
2009