Journal of Social Issues

(The TQCC of Journal of Social Issues is 13. 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 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Understanding psychology's resistance to intersectionality theory using a framework of epistemic exclusion and invisibility77
Beyond direct contact: The theoretical and societal relevance of indirect contact for improving intergroup relations68
Does negative contact undermine attempts to improve intergroup relations? Deepening the understanding of negative contact and its consequences for intergroup contact research and interventions56
Intersectionality as a radical framework for transforming our disciplines, social issues, and the world49
Unpacking school ethnic‐racial socialization: A new conceptual model49
How do we get people into contact? Predictors of intergroup contact and drivers of contact seeking47
The generalization of intergroup contact effects: Emerging research, policy relevance, and future directions47
Intergroup contact research in the 21st century: Lessons learned and forward progress if we remain open40
Gender at Work Across Nations: Men and Women Working in Male‐Dominated and Female‐Dominated Occupations are Differentially Associated with Agency and Communion33
One talk at a time: Developing an ethnic‐racial socialization intervention for Black, Latinx, and Asian American families31
The worldwide ageism crisis29
A critical deconstructed quantitative analysis: Sexual and gender minority stress through an intersectional lens27
An intersectional perspective on the intergenerational transmission of trauma and state‐perpetrated violence27
An intersectional analysis of the feminization of homelessness and mothers’ housing precarity27
Intimate intergroup contact across the lifespan27
Raising justice‐minded youth: Parental ethnic‐racial and political socialization and Black youth's critical consciousness26
Intersecting sexual identities, oppressions, and social justice work: Comparing LGBTQ Baby Boomers to Millennials who came of age after the 1980s AIDS epidemic26
Ageism on Twitter during the COVID‐19 pandemic25
Demarginalizing women of color in intersectionality scholarship in psychology: A Black feminist critique25
Reducing ageism toward older adults and highlighting older adults as contributors during the COVID‐19 pandemic24
Self‐affirmation theory in educational contexts24
Technological and analytical advancements in intergroup contact research24
Advancing intergroup contact theory: Comments on the issue's articles23
Intergroup contact and social change: An integrated Contact‐Collective Action Model23
A meta‐analysis of the effect of values affirmation on academic achievement21
Reproductive Justice Special Issue Introduction “Reproductive Justice: Moving the Margins to the Center in Social Issues Research”21
“Creatively in Coalition” from Palestine to India: Weaving stories of refusal and community as decolonial praxis21
Legal socialization: Understanding the obligation to obey the law21
Through the looking glass: Ethnic racial socialization among children and adolescents21
Intersectionality and relations between oppressed groups: Intergroup implications of beliefs about intersectional differences and commonalities21
Content of, sources of, and responses to sexual stereotypes of Black and Latinx women and men in the United States: A qualitative intersectional exploration20
Is it un‐American to view the police as illegitimate? The role of national identity in the legal socialization process20
“You are stealing our present”: Younger people's ageism towards older people predicts attitude towards age‐based COVID‐19 restriction measures19
#BlackGirlMagic: Using multiple data sources to learn about Black adolescent girls’ identities, intersectionality, and media socialization18
Is protecting older adults from COVID‐19 ageism? A comparative cross‐cultural constructive grounded theory from the United Kingdom and Colombia18
Embodied relational praxis in intersectional organizing: Developing intersectional solidarity18
Negative contact, collective action, and social change: Critical reflections, technological advances, and new directions17
Labor Market Outcomes of Professional Women with Two Children after the One‐Child Policy in China17
The role of police contact and neighborhood experiences on legal socialization: Longitudinal evidence from adolescents in Brazil17
Scrutiny, legal socialization, and defiance: Understanding how procedural justice and bounded‐authority concerns shape Muslims’ defiance toward police16
Psychology as a site for decolonial analysis16
“And now we resist”: Three testimonios on the importance of decoloniality within psychology16
“Some uninteresting data from a faraway country”: Inequity and coloniality in international social psychological publications16
“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
“Being colorblind is one of the worst things”: White teachers’ attitudes and ethnic‐racial socialization in a rural elementary school15
Decolonizing school psychology research: A systematic literature review15
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
Ethnic‐racial socialization among Black, Latinx, and White parents of elementary school‐age children15
Intersectional patterns of prejudice confrontation by White, heterosexual, and cisgender allies15
Breast is Best, but Where? Hostile Sexism Underlies Men's Opposition to Breastfeeding in Public14
Work from home and parenting: Examining the role of work‐family conflict and gender during the COVID‐19 pandemic14
“Me Cuesta Mucho”: Latina immigrant mothers navigating remote learning and caregiving during COVID‐1914
Intergenerational contact during and beyond COVID‐1914
Beyond trauma: Decolonizing understandings of loss and healing in the Indian Residential School system of Canada14
Refugee experiences in Cincinnati, Ohio: A local case study in the context of global crisis14
Tempered radicalism and intersectionality: Scholar‐activism in the neoliberal university14
“Good Mothers Work”: How Maternal Employment Shapes Women's Expectation of Work and Family in Contemporary Urban China13
Interlocking systems of oppression and privilege impact African Australian health and well‐being in greater Melbourne: A qualitative intersectional analysis13
Modes of intergroup contact: If and how to interact with the outgroup13
Intergenerational programming during the pandemic: Transformation during (constantly) changing times13
Legal socialization during adolescence: The emerging role of school resource officers13
Procedural justice and legal socialization among juvenile offenders: The role of defense attorneys13
Decoloniality as a social issue for psychological study13