Journal of Social Issues

(The median citation count of Journal of Social Issues is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
Understanding psychology's resistance to intersectionality theory using a framework of epistemic exclusion and invisibility83
Beyond direct contact: The theoretical and societal relevance of indirect contact for improving intergroup relations70
Does negative contact undermine attempts to improve intergroup relations? Deepening the understanding of negative contact and its consequences for intergroup contact research and interventions58
Unpacking school ethnic‐racial socialization: A new conceptual model55
Intersectionality as a radical framework for transforming our disciplines, social issues, and the world50
How do we get people into contact? Predictors of intergroup contact and drivers of contact seeking49
The generalization of intergroup contact effects: Emerging research, policy relevance, and future directions49
Intergroup contact research in the 21st century: Lessons learned and forward progress if we remain open41
Gender at Work Across Nations: Men and Women Working in Male‐Dominated and Female‐Dominated Occupations are Differentially Associated with Agency and Communion35
The worldwide ageism crisis33
One talk at a time: Developing an ethnic‐racial socialization intervention for Black, Latinx, and Asian American families33
Intersecting sexual identities, oppressions, and social justice work: Comparing LGBTQ Baby Boomers to Millennials who came of age after the 1980s AIDS epidemic28
Ageism on Twitter during the COVID‐19 pandemic28
Raising justice‐minded youth: Parental ethnic‐racial and political socialization and Black youth's critical consciousness28
An intersectional analysis of the feminization of homelessness and mothers’ housing precarity28
An intersectional perspective on the intergenerational transmission of trauma and state‐perpetrated violence27
Technological and analytical advancements in intergroup contact research27
A critical deconstructed quantitative analysis: Sexual and gender minority stress through an intersectional lens27
Intimate intergroup contact across the lifespan27
Demarginalizing women of color in intersectionality scholarship in psychology: A Black feminist critique27
Advancing intergroup contact theory: Comments on the issue's articles26
Reducing ageism toward older adults and highlighting older adults as contributors during the COVID‐19 pandemic25
Intergroup contact and social change: An integrated Contact‐Collective Action Model24
Self‐affirmation theory in educational contexts24
Intersectionality and relations between oppressed groups: Intergroup implications of beliefs about intersectional differences and commonalities22
A meta‐analysis of the effect of values affirmation on academic achievement22
Legal socialization: Understanding the obligation to obey the law22
Through the looking glass: Ethnic racial socialization among children and adolescents22
“Creatively in Coalition” from Palestine to India: Weaving stories of refusal and community as decolonial praxis21
Is it un‐American to view the police as illegitimate? The role of national identity in the legal socialization process21
Content of, sources of, and responses to sexual stereotypes of Black and Latinx women and men in the United States: A qualitative intersectional exploration20
Psychology as a site for decolonial analysis20
“Some uninteresting data from a faraway country”: Inequity and coloniality in international social psychological publications19
“You are stealing our present”: Younger people's ageism towards older people predicts attitude towards age‐based COVID‐19 restriction measures19
Is protecting older adults from COVID‐19 ageism? A comparative cross‐cultural constructive grounded theory from the United Kingdom and Colombia19
#BlackGirlMagic: Using multiple data sources to learn about Black adolescent girls’ identities, intersectionality, and media socialization19
Embodied relational praxis in intersectional organizing: Developing intersectional solidarity18
Labor Market Outcomes of Professional Women with Two Children after the One‐Child Policy in China18
Work from home and parenting: Examining the role of work‐family conflict and gender during the COVID‐19 pandemic18
The role of police contact and neighborhood experiences on legal socialization: Longitudinal evidence from adolescents in Brazil18
“And now we resist”: Three testimonios on the importance of decoloniality within psychology18
“Good Mothers Work”: How Maternal Employment Shapes Women's Expectation of Work and Family in Contemporary Urban China17
Dismantling the master's house: Decolonizing “Rigor” in psychological scholarship17
Negative contact, collective action, and social change: Critical reflections, technological advances, and new directions17
Intergenerational programming during the pandemic: Transformation during (constantly) changing times17
Decolonizing school psychology research: A systematic literature review16
“Me Cuesta Mucho”: Latina immigrant mothers navigating remote learning and caregiving during COVID‐1916
Intersectional patterns of prejudice confrontation by White, heterosexual, and cisgender allies16
Scrutiny, legal socialization, and defiance: Understanding how procedural justice and bounded‐authority concerns shape Muslims’ defiance toward police16
“I Would Have Taken This to My Grave, Like Most Women”: Reporting Sexual Harassment during the #MeToo movement in India16
Ageism toward older adults during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Intergenerational conflict and support15
Ethnic‐racial socialization among Black, Latinx, and White parents of elementary school‐age children15
Tempered radicalism and intersectionality: Scholar‐activism in the neoliberal university15
Teacher‐ versus researcher‐provided affirmation effects on students’ task engagement and positive perceptions of teachers15
Socializing justice: The interface of just world beliefs and legal socialization15
Intergenerational contact during and beyond COVID‐1915
“Being colorblind is one of the worst things”: White teachers’ attitudes and ethnic‐racial socialization in a rural elementary school15
Refugee experiences in Cincinnati, Ohio: A local case study in the context of global crisis14
Modes of intergroup contact: If and how to interact with the outgroup14
Beyond trauma: Decolonizing understandings of loss and healing in the Indian Residential School system of Canada14
Decoloniality as a social issue for psychological study14
Intersections of ageism toward older adults and other isms during the COVID‐19 pandemic13
Procedural justice and legal socialization among juvenile offenders: The role of defense attorneys13
Securing self‐integrity over time: Self‐affirmation disrupts a negative cycle between psychological threat and academic performance13
How social exclusion makes radicalism flourish: A review of empirical evidence13
Interlocking systems of oppression and privilege impact African Australian health and well‐being in greater Melbourne: A qualitative intersectional analysis13
Internalization of inferiority and colonial system justification: The case of Puerto Rico13
Older adults’ perceptions and experiences of ageism during the COVID‐19 pandemic13
Legal socialization during adolescence: The emerging role of school resource officers13
Gendered share of housework and the COVID‐19 pandemic: Examining self‐ratings and speculation of others in Germany, India, Nigeria, and South Africa12
Integration or isolation: Social identity threat relates to immigrant students’ sense of belonging and social approach motivation in the academic context12
Ethno‐political socialization of young children in societies involved in intractable conflict: The case of Israel12
The modernity/coloniality of love: Individualist lifeways and charismatic christianity in Ghanaian worlds12
Racial stories as learning moments: An ecological exploration of Black adolescents’ racial learning experiences12
Age‐friendly Universities (AFU): Combating and inoculating against ageism in a pandemic and beyond12
Equality through Innovation: Promoting Women in the Workplace in Low‐ and Middle‐Income Countries with Health Information Technology12
Affirming both independent and interdependent values improves achievement for all students and mitigates cultural mismatch for first‐generation college students12
Police procedural justice and adolescents’ internalization of the law: Integrating self‐determination theory into legal socialization research12
The STEM Graduate: Immediately after Graduation, Men and Women Already Differ in Job Outcomes, Attributions for Success, and Desired Job Characteristics12
Do Financial Literacy Training and Clarifying Pay Calculations Reduce Abuse at Work?12
Perceptions of societal ageism and declines in subjective memory during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Longitudinal evidence from US adults aged ≥55 years12
Fighting for our sisters: Community advocacy and action for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls11
Eradicating ageism through social campaigns: An Israeli case study in the shadows of the COVID‐19 pandemic11
Bidirectional legal socialization and the boundaries of law: The case of enclave communities’ compliance with COVID‐19 regulations11
Crossing to safety: Attachment processes in intergroup contact11
Social relationships, stigma, and wellbeing through experiences of homelessness in the United Kingdom11
Celebrating 50 years of legal socialization11
Expanding Research on Working Women More Globally: Identifying and Remediating Current Blindspots11
Confronting whiteness: Conceptual, contextual, and methodological considerations for advancing ethnic‐racial socialization research to illuminate white identity development11
A Mixed Method Examination of Gender Differences in Perceptions of STEM among Iranian Americans11
Accounting for colonial complicities throughRefusalsin researching agency across borders10
Space, race and identity: An ethnographic study of the Black hair care and beauty landscape and Black women's racial identity constructions in England10
Parental mental health and child anxiety during the COVID‐19 pandemic in Latin America10
Age discrimination, the right to life, and COVID‐19 vaccination in countries with limited resources10
Negotiating Challenges and Aspirations in a Gendered Work Environment: The Voices of Women Working in the Iranian Broadcasting Media10
“Let the strongest survive”: Ageism and social Darwinism as barriers to supporting policies to benefit older individuals10
Relational consequences of stigma: Bridging research on social stigma with relationship science10
Developmental changes in young people's evaluations of sexual harassment10
Latinx youth's ethnic‐racial identity in context: Examining ethnic‐racial socialization in a new destination area10
PSH‐C: A measure of peer sexual harassment among children9
Stigma, identity and support in social relationships of transgender people throughout transition: A qualitative analysis of multiple perspectives9
High school policies about sexual harassment: What's on the books and what students think9
The cost of intersectionality: Motherhood, mental health, and the state of the country9
The contribution of intimate relationships to legal socialization: Legitimacy, legal cynicism, and relationship characteristics9
The impact of COVID‐19 and housing insecurity on lower‐income Black women9
Foundations for a decolonial big data psychology8
The intertwined evolution of sexual harassment victimization and emotional problems among young people8
Perceiving teachers as procedurally just limits the negative effects of delinquent peer associations: An analysis of Australian adolescent boys’ and girls’ perceptions of school authority8
Conundrums in teaching decolonial critical community psychology within the context of neo‐liberal market pressures8
How the COVID‐19 global pandemic further jeopardized women's health, mental well‐being, and safety: Intersectionality framework and social policy action8
Emotion: The forgotten component of legal socialization8
Self‐affirmation and test performance in ethnically diverse schools: A new dual‐identity affirmation intervention8
Dual identity in context: The role of minority peers and school discrimination8
Two sides of the same coin: A mixed methods study of Black mothers’ experiences with violence, stressors, parenting, and coping during the COVID‐19 pandemic8
A human rights based approach to the global children's rights crisis: A call to action8
Adolescents’ own and parental expectations for cross‐group friendship in the context of societal inequalities8
Looking through a kaleidoscope: The phenomenological ethnic‐racial socialization conceptual model and its application to U.S. Black and Latino Youth and families8
Holding both truths: Early dynamics of ethnic‐racial socialization and children's behavior adjustment in African American and Latinx families7
Global Perspectives on Women and Work7
Does the law recognize legal socialization?7
Affirmation on the go: A proof‐of‐concept for text message delivery of values affirmation in education7
What guy wouldn't want it? Male victimization experiences with female‐perpetrated stranger sexual harassment7
Theorizing racialized disaster patriarchal capitalism in the age of COVID‐19: A framework for feminist policy change7
Between agency and uncertainty – Young women and men constructing citizenship through stories of sexual harassment7
Intensive mothering in the time of coronavirus7
Lower SES PhD students experience interpersonal disconnection from others both inside and outside of academia7
How stigma gets “in between”: Associations between changes in perceived stigma, closeness discrepancies, and relationship satisfaction among same‐sex couples7
Correlates of sexual harassment victimization among adolescents: A scoping review6
Attitudes toward legal actors among dual system youth6
Addressing stigma among persons living with HIV through the Sujaag project in Pakistan: A socioecological analysis6
COVID‐19 threat and xenophobia: A moderated mediation model of empathic responding and negative emotions6
Who supports #MeToo and the Kavanaugh confirmation? Exploring tolerance for sexual harassment among young adults6
Multidimensional discrimination distress, controlling parenting, and parent–adolescent attachment relationships: Racial/ethnic differences6
How COVID‐19 lockdown has impacted the sanitary pads distribution among adolescent girls and women in India6
Women disproportionately shoulder burdens imposed by the global COVID‐19 pandemic6
Thwarted belonging needs: A mechanism prospectively linking multiple levels of stigma and interpersonal outcomes among sexual minorities6
Gender‐based cyberbullying: Understanding expected bystander behavior online6
Couples losing kinship: A systematic review of weight stigma in romantic relationships6
Disrupting neoliberal diversity discourse with critical race college transition stories6
Interest convergence and the maintenance of racial advantage: The case of diversity in higher education6
Recognizing and addressing how gender shapes young people's experiences of image‐based sexual harassment and abuse in educational settings6