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Social Science Quarterly

Publisher: Wiley
Founded in: 1919
Category: PS (This is based on the Web of Science categorization.)
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(The following only lists papers published after 15. August 2018.)

Deserving a Just Pension: A Factorial Survey Approach*

Perceptions of the Rule of Law: Evidence on the Impact of Judicial Insulation*

The Trump Transition: Beginning a Distinctive Presidency*

Gender Wage Gap Trends Among Information Science Workers*

Minimum Income and Flat Tax Revisited: A Combined CGE‐Microsimulation Analysis for Germany

Bad Samaritans: Religion and Anti‐Immigrant and Anti‐Muslim Sentiment in the United States

The Hispanic Extracurricular Participation Gap*

Emerging Research Communities of Practice Versus the Popular Vision of Interdisciplinarity? Insights from Digital Research in the United Kingdom*

How Increasing Party Diversity May Lead to Worsening Reported Racial Attitudes*

It Takes Three: How Mass Media Coverage Conditions Public Responsiveness to Policy Outputs in the United States*

The Impact of Protest on Elections in the United States*

Can Economists Beat Sport Experts? Analysis of Medal Predictions for Sochi 2014

Does Fathers’ Involvement in Childcare and Housework Affect Couples’ Relationship Stability?

What Race Is Lacey? Intersecting Perceptions of Racial Minority Status and Social Class*

Topic Modeling: Latent Semantic Analysis for the Social Sciences*

Joining the Great Majority: An Analysis of Senate Deaths, 1919–2015

Understanding Changes in Attitudes Toward Suicide Between 1980s and 2010s in the United States*

Are the Sanctified Becoming the Pornified? Religious Conservatism, Commitment, and Pornography Use, 1984–2016*

On the Gender Gap in Financial Knowledge: Decomposing the Effects of Don't Know and Incorrect Responses*

A Protocol for Identifying and Sampling From Proxy Populations