Social Science Quarterly

(The median citation count of Social Science Quarterly is 1. 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 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Measuring Income Inequality Across Countries and Over Time: The Standardized World Income Inequality Database375
Social Network Analysis for Coronavirus (COVID‐19) in the United States59
Ongoing Debate Between Foreign Aid and Economic Growth in Nigeria: A Wavelet Analysis43
Trust in physicians and trust in government predict COVID‐19 vaccine uptake40
Gender differences in perceived risk of COVID‐1940
Ideology and compliance with health guidelines during the COVID‐19 pandemic: A comparative perspective33
Dear Reviewer 2: Go F’ Yourself29
COVID‐19 and Motivated Reasoning: The Influence of Knowledge on COVID‐Related Policy and Health Behavior27
In Blockchain We Trust: Does Blockchain Itself Generate Trust?26
The strategy of protest against Covid‐19 containment policies in Germany25
Conservatism and infrequent mask usage: A study of US counties during the novel coronavirus (COVID‐19) pandemic25
Does marriage protect mental health? Evidence from the COVID‐19 pandemic22
Who Trusts the WHO? Heuristics and Americans’ Trust in the World Health Organization During the COVID‐19 Pandemic21
Job precarity and economic prospects during the COVID‐19 public health crisis19
Nexus Between Governance and Socioeconomic Factors on Public Service Fragility in Asian Economies19
Marvel, DC, and Sport: Investigating Rivalry in the Sport and Comic Settings19
Did Covid‐19 Kill Trump Politically? The Pandemic and Voting in the 2020 Presidential Election19
Gender differences in the perceptions of green spaces characteristics19
The Interactive Effects of Scientific Knowledge and Gender on COVID‐19 Social Distancing Compliance19
Partisan Differences in Social Distancing May Originate in Norms and Beliefs: Results from Novel Data19
The politics of vaccine hesitancy in the United States18
Are School Reopening Decisions Related to Union Influence?17
Construct Validity of Cultural Theory Survey Measures17
Public Views of the U.S. Supreme Court in the Aftermath of the Kavanaugh Confirmation17
Are You Threatening Me? Asian‐American Panethnicity in the Trump Era17
Types of White Identification and Attitudes About Black Lives Matter16
Smartphone Addiction, Loneliness, Narcissistic Personality, and Family Belonging Among University Students: A Path Analysis16
Direct and indirect influences of political regimes on corruption16
Sociodemographic correlates of vaccine hesitancy in the United States and the mediating role of beliefs about governmental conspiracies15
Cognitive Effects of Inattentive Responding in an MTurk Sample15
Voting in a global pandemic: Assessing dueling influences of Covid‐19 on turnout15
Presidential Versus Parliamentary Systems: Where Do Female Entrepreneurs Thrive?15
Examining abortion attitudes in the context of gestational age14
The Lasting Effects of the COVID‐19 Pandemic on Support for Anti‐Democratic Political Systems: A Six‐Month Longitudinal Study14
Coping with the COVID‐19 pandemic through institutional trust: Rally effects, compensatory control, and emotions14
The Effect of Social Distancing on the Early Spread of the Novel Coronavirus13
Perception of Immigrants in Europe: A Multilevel Assessment of Macrolevel Conditions13
No Justice! Black Protests? No Peace: The Racial Nature of Threat Evaluations of Nonviolent #BlackLivesMatter Protests13
One Bad Apple Spoils the Bunch: Kavanaugh and Change in Institutional Support for the Supreme Court12
Polarized social distancing: Residents of Republican‐majority counties spend more time away from home during the COVID‐19 crisis12
Defying the Rally During COVID‐19 Pandemic: A Regression Discontinuity Approach12
Cooperation with Police in China: Surveillance Cameras, Neighborhood Efficacy and Policing12
A Democratic Emergency After a Health Emergency? Exposure to COVID‐19, Perceived Economic Threat and Support for Anti‐Democratic Political Systems12
Poverty and the Incidence of Material Hardship, Revisited11
The People and The Nation: The “Thick” and the “Thin” of Right‐Wing Populism in Canada11
Do the Affluent Override Average Americans? Measuring Policy Disagreement and Unequal Influence11
Whose democracy in which state?: Abolition democracy from Angela Davis to W. E. B. Du Bois11
Intersecting Vulnerabilities, Intersectional Discrimination, and Stigmatization Among People Living Homeless in Nicaragua11
A Recipe for Madness: Parenthood in the Era of Covid‐1911
Nationalization and Its Consequences for State Legislatures10
Population Aging and Its Impact on the Country's Economy10
Racial prejudice, education, and views of climate change10
Modeling and forecasting the COVID‐19 pandemic time‐series data10
Discrete Events and Hate Crimes: The Causal Role of the Brexit Referendum10
Introducing the Worldwide Age Representation in Parliaments (WARP) data set9
The Chinese Dream: Hukou, Social Mobility, and Trust in Government9
Underrepresenting Reality? Media Coverage of Women in Politics and Sport9
The harmful effects of primary sector foreign direct investment on carbon dioxide emissions in developing countries, 2000–20189
Leadership Matters: Police Chief Race and Fatal Shootings by Police Officers9
The political science of Covid‐19: An introduction9
Latinos por Trump? Latinos and the 2016 Presidential Election9
An Authoritarian Undercurrent in the Postmaterialist Tide: The Rise of Authoritarianism Among the Younger Generation in China8
Does Distance Matter? Evaluating the Impact of Drop Boxes on Voter Turnout8
Reassessing Gender Differences in COVID‐19 Risk Perception and Behavior8
Policy Innovations and Rationale for Sustainable Energy Transition in the UAE8
Polarization, partisanship, and pandemic: The relationship between county‐level support for Donald Trump and the spread of Covid‐19 during the spring and summer of 20208
Motivations for Social Interaction: The Case of Pokémon Go After the Fad Ended8
Does foreign capital dependence affect carbon dioxide emissions in less‐developed countries? A cross‐national analysis, 1980–20148
The Dual Identity of Asian Americans8
Unmet Promises: Diminishing Confidence in Education Among College‐Educated Adults from 1973 to 20188
One Group, Two Worlds? Latino Perceptions of Policy Salience Among Mainstream and Spanish‐Language News Consumers8
Gun Ownership and Life Satisfaction in the United States8
What explains local policy cleavages? Examining the policy preferences of public officials at the municipal level7
Linking Extraversion to Collective and Individual Forms of Political Participation: The Mediating Role of Political Discussion7
Anxious About Social Violence: The Emotional Underpinnings of Support for Gun Control7
Does social media type matter to politics? Investigating the difference in political participation depending on preferred social media sites7
Judicial Performance and Trust in Legal Systems: Findings from a Decade of Surveys in over 20 European Countries7
The effect of the 2020 racial justice protests on attitudes and preferences in rural and urban America7
Sustainable land urbanization, urban amenities, and population urbanization: Evidence from city‐level data in China7
Who Are “the Immigrants”? Beliefs About Immigrant Populations and Anti‐Immigration Attitudes in the United States and Britain7
The new culture wars: Why critical race theory matters more than cancel culture7
Senate Representation on Twitter: National Policy Reputations for Constituent Communication7
Monuments as Mobilization? The United Daughters of the Confederacy and the Memorialization of the Lost Cause7
Lonely Hearts, Empty Booths? The Relationship between Loneliness, Reported Voting Behavior and Voting as Civic Duty7
Voting Experiences, Perceptions of Fraud, and Voter Confidence7
The affective model of far‐right vote in Europe: Anger, political trust, and immigration6
Political Trust and Native American Electoral Participation: An Analysis of Survey Data from Nevada and South Dakota6
Unpacking Gender, Age, and Education Knowledge Inequalities: A Systematic Comparison6
The effectiveness of government measures during the first wave of the outbreak6
Does Income (Re)distribution Matter for Subjective Well‐being? Evidence from Cross‐country Panel Data6
Brexit, COVID‐19, and attitudes toward immigration in Britain6
The Politics of White Racial Identity and Vote Choice in the 2018 Midterm Elections6
Heritage Versus Hate: Assessing Opinions in the Debate over Confederate Monuments and Memorials6
Politically connected companies are less likely to shutdown due to COVID‐19 restrictions6
The crowding of social distancing: How social context and interpersonal connections affect individual responses to the coronavirus*6
Prosocial Motivation as a Driver of Social Innovation in the UAE6
Uncharitable Acts in Charity: Socioeconomic Drivers of Charity‐Related Fraud6
How the Alt‐Right Label Informs Political Assessments6
Legal, Political Science, and Economics Approaches to Measuring Malapportionment: The U.S. House, Senate, and Electoral College 1790–20106
Terrorist Attacks, Stereotyping, and Attitudes Toward Immigrants: The Case of the Manchester Bombing6
Demographic differences in understanding and utilization of ranked choice voting6
Essential Work Is Gender Segregated: This Shapes the Gendered Representation of Essential Workers in Political Office6
Antisocial Behavior in Soccer Players: Using an Integrated Mediation Model of Personal Control and Social Learning Theory5
Scientists, presidents, and pandemics—comparing the science–politics nexus during the Zika virus and COVID‐19 outbreaks5
(Re)Considering the Sources of Economic Perceptions5
The Impact of Subjective Social Position on Public Evaluations of Police5
Does Deliberation Increase Public‐Spiritedness?5
Learning to Play Through Pain and Injury: An Examination of Social Learning Theory Among Iranian Athletes5
The impact of parental monitoring on cyberbullying victimization in the COVID‐19 era5
Economic Vulnerability and Anti‐Immigrant Attitudes: Isolated Anomaly or Emerging Trend5
Bringing abolition in: Addressing carceral logics in social science research5
Unpacking the Suitcase: Premigratory Experiences with Ethnic Violence and Descriptive Representation Among Asian Americans5
Care to Wager Again? An Appraisal of Paul Ehrlich's Counterbet Offer to Julian Simon, Part 1: Outcomes5
Ethnic Cues, Latino Skin Tone, and Voter Preferences: An Experimental Test5
The Color of Electoral Success: Estimating the Effect of Skin Tone on Winning Elections in Mexico5
Care to Wager Again? An Appraisal of Paul Ehrlich's Counterbet Offer to Julian Simon, Part 2: Critical Analysis5
Does Compulsory Schooling Affect Innovation? Evidence from the United States5
Introduction to the Special Issue on Reframing Confederate Monuments: Memory, Power, and Identity5
Physical Attractiveness, Halo Effects, and Social Joining5
The Impact of Muslim Religious Accommodations on Subjective Well‐Being Among Christian Majorities and Nonattendees: Evidence from the European Social Survey, 2002–20084
Income sorting by specialized services: Service differentiation by overlapping governments4
Innovation in Financing Energy‐Efficient and Renewable Energy Upgrades: An Evaluation of Property Assessed Clean Energy for California Residences4
Are Christian nationalists antisemitic and why?4
Work‐Limiting Disability and Intergenerational Economic Mobility4
Cognitive Sophistication, Religion, and the Trump Vote4
Interaction effects on support for climate‐change mitigation4
Can a measurement error perspective improve estimation in neighborhood effects research? A hierarchical Bayesian methodology4
Knowing What You Don't Know: The Role of Information and Sophistication in Ballot Completion4
Why black women activists stay in the room when they are not being heard4
Why do people engage in violent tactics during a protest campaign? Understanding radical activist through regionalist mobilizations in Chile4
State‐level immigration legislation and social life: The impact of the “show me your papers” laws4
Three Roads to Populism? An Italian Field Study on the 2019 European Election4
Polarization and the Decline of Economic Voting in American National Elections4
Combat Experience and the Foreign Policy Positions of Veterans4
Popularity and Visibility Appraisals for Computing Olympic Medal Rankings4
A Global Analysis of Financial Crises and the Growth of Informal Economic Activity4
Building Populist Discourse: An Analysis of Populist Communication in American Presidential Elections, 1896–20164
The Effect of Classmates’ Maternal College Attainment on Volunteering in Young Adulthood4
The causal nexus between innovation and economic growth: An OECD study4
Climate Change Communication: Examining the Social and Cognitive Barriers to Productive Environmental Communication4
The “costs” of voting: The effects of vote‐by‐mail on election administration finance in Colorado4
Work group diversity in professional football: An individual‐level approach to the effects of diversity in organizations4
The Removal of Confederate Monuments: Reflections on Power and Privilege in Shared Spaces4
Christmas Trees, Presidents, and Mass Shootings: Explaining Gun Purchases in the South and Non‐South4
The Military in Politics and Democracy: Its Impact on Government Spending for Education and Health4
The effect of sanctions on economic freedom4
Are Individuals Harmed by Gerrymandering? Examining Access to Congressional District Offices4
Analysis of Youths’ Perspective in India On and During the Pandemic of COVID‐194
Race and class patterns of income inequality during postrecession periods4
Income and cost of living: Are less equal places more costly?4
Electoral incentives make politicians respond to voter preferences: Evidence from a survey experiment with members of Parliament in Belgium4
The conditional relationship between cultural and economic threats in white Americans’ support for refugee relocation programs4
The COVID‐19 pandemic and government responses: A gender perspective on differences in public opinion4
The Effect of Health Insurance Coverage on Homeownership and Housing Prices: Evidence from the Medicaid Expansion4
Welcome Home—Now Vote! Voting Rights Restoration and Postsupervision Participation3
Media Consumption and Racial Residential Preferences3
Local Officials as Partisan Operatives: The Effect of County Officials on Early Voting Administration3
Protests in Russia's regions: The influence of regional governance3
Begin Again: Election Campaign and Own Opinions Among First‐Time Voters in Romania3
Modern judicial confirmation hearings and institutional support for the Supreme Court3
Racial Context and Political Support for California School Taxes3
Role of trust in government and collaboration in building disaster resilience3
Social identity, confidence in institutions, and youth: Evidence from the Arab Spring3
Measuring White Fragility3
The debt crisis, austerity measures, and suicide in Greece3
Welfare Chauvinism? Refugee Flows and Electoral Support for Populist‐Right Parties in Industrial Democracies3
Badge of Courage or Sign of Criminality? Experimental Evidence for How Voters Respond to Candidates Who Were Arrested at a Protest3
Adolescents' future in the balance of family, school, and the neighborhood: A multidimensional application of two theoretical perspectives3
Overconfident, resentful, and misinformed: How racial animus motivates confidence in false beliefs3
Global inequities in the prevalence of undernourishment3
Explaining the American crisis of policing: Media, malfeasance, and racial prejudice3
Measuring Institutional Design in U.S. States3
Understanding Preferences for Comprehensive Electoral Reform in the United States3
Incentivizing Innovation in a Knowledge Society3
The logics of COVID‐19 travel restrictions between European countries3
Reconceptualizing the Enclave: Measuring Success Among Latino‐Owned Businesses3
Value orientations and support for guaranteed income3
How the media construct happiness under cultural perspective in China: Through collectivistic and individualistic values3
An Overview of Innovation in the Arab Gulf States: From Origins and Five‐Year Plans to New Cities and Indices3
Violence, Trust, and Public Support for the Colombian Peace Agreement3
Extending a Hand in Perilous Times: Beneficial Immigration Policy in the Fifty States, 2005–20123
Derrida's Unconditional Hospitality as the Improbable: An Example of Innovation in Refugee Care3
The Problem with “Confederate” Monuments on our Heritage Landscape3
Enhancing Democracy: Can Civic Engagement Foster Political Participation?3
Public beliefs about the black/white socioeconomic status gap: What's “upbringing” got to do with it?*3
“Distant Participation” and Youth Political Attitudes: Evidence from a Natural Experiment3
Question wording and attitudinal ambivalence: COVID, the economy, and Americans' response to a real‐life trolley problem3
The massacre generation: Young people and attitudes about mass shooting prevention3
Polarization and American Jews: The Partisan Debate Over Attribution of Blame and Responsibility for Rising Anti‐Semitism in the United States3
Mapping Confederate Icons and Their Contestation3
Voters’ view of leaders during the Covid‐19 crisis: Quantitative analysis of keyword descriptions provides strength and direction of evaluations3
“Deep questions for a Saturday morning”: An investigation of the Australian and Canadian general public's definitions of gender3
The nationalization of school superintendent elections3
Do green policies produce green jobs?3
Trust, corruption, and compliance with regulations: Attitudes to rule violations in the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park3
Understudied questions of Key's friends and neighbors voting thesis3
Waiting to vote safely: How Covid‐19 safety measures shaped in‐person voter wait times during the 2020 election3
Black, immigrant, or woman? The implicit influence of Kamala Harris’ vice presidential nomination on support for Biden in 20203
Decisions that matter: State Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program policy restrictiveness limits SNAP participation rate3
Coveting Uniformity in a Diverse World: The Authoritarian Roots of Welfare Chauvinism in Postmigration Crisis Germany3
Income inequality is unrelated to perceived inequality and support for redistribution3
Black grammar: Repertoires of abolition's future, present, and past3
Red for Ed? Heterogeneous support for increased school spending in a conservative state2
New or “normal” election? Understanding ranking activity in New York City's first ranked choice voting election2
Policy Innovativeness and Sexual Freedom2
Research note: Rise in violence against U.S. mayors: 2017 to 20212
Racial identity and emotional responses to confederate symbols2
Presidential Communication During the Legislative Process2
Did sexism drive Latino support for Trump? Latinx, sexism, and presidential vote choice2
Partisan media exposure, polarization, and candidate evaluations in the 2016 general election2
Local Weather Effects: Perception of Climate Change and Public Support for Government Intervention2
Growing and distinct: The Unaffiliated voter as unmoored voter2
Effects of Charter School Competition on District School Budgeting Decisions: Experimental Evidence from Texas2
What About the Rest of the Pie? A Dynamic Compositional Approach to Modeling Inequality2
Poverty and self‐rated health in later life: The mediating role of material hardship2
Validating and testing a measure of anti‐semitism on support for QAnon and vote intention for Trump in 20202
Asset Limits in Public Assistance and Savings Behavior Among Low‐Income Families2
Moral intuitions and vaccine hesitancy during the COVID‐19 pandemic2
Imperial Pandemicide2
Sexism as a political force: The impact of gender‐based attitudes on the presidential elections of 2012 and 20162
Voting on gun rights: Mapping the electoral scope of the pro‐gun constituency in America2
Rigid rules and slippery standards: How the nature of U.S. Supreme Court precedents influences subsequent state court treatments2
How do veterans view gun policies? Evidence from the Guns in American Life Survey2
Strength in numbers: The forces of constituency size, legislator identity, and institutional position on veterans’ representation2
Teaching in the Virtual World: Examining Teachers’ Job Satisfaction and Turnover2
Political opportunity, democracy, and 40 years of protest, 1981–2020: A cross‐national analysis2
Who's an iAddict? A Sociodemographic Exploration of Device Addiction Among American Adults2
Colonial Military Garrisons as Labor‐Market Shocks: Quebec City and Boston, 1760–17752
The Effect of Partisan Cues on Support for Solar and Wind Energy in the United States2
Labor union, between group inequality, and individual attitudes toward redistribution2
Premigratory political experiences with autocracy and violence and immigrants’ willingness to vote2
Breaking up is hard to do: Lessons from the strange case of New Zealand2
The effect of cumulative job mobility on early‐career wage development: Does job mobility actually pay?2
Sports elites, counter‐stereotypical statements, and immigration attitudes2
A multilevel analysis of the determinants of the attitude toward separate cycle paths in Taiwan2
Implementation has failed, implementation studies have failed even more: Racism and the future of systemic change2
Comparing disciplinary engagement in global health research across the social sciences2
Adolescents’ exposure to classmates from non‐immigrant families and adulthood volunteerism2
Incarceration risk, asset pricing, and black‐white wealth inequality2
Gender and attention to and framing of COVID‐19 in congressional tweets2
A new indicator of coalition size: Tests against standard regime‐type indicators2
Dividing Lines: The Role School District Boundaries Play in Spending Inequality for Public Education2
Preferential Trade Agreements, Democracy, and the Risk of Coups d’état2
Southern Accents and Partisan Stereotypes: Evaluating Political Candidates2
Income, Equality, and Economic Development2
Should I stay or should I go? Embracing causal heterogeneity in the study of pandemic policy and citizen behavior2
Survey participation as a function of democratic engagement, trust in institutions, and perceptions of surveys2
Rights and responsibilities: Citizenship norms and protest activity in a cross‐country analysis2
Government revenue composition and forest loss: A cross‐national study of low‐ and middle‐income nations2
Educational gender inequality in the Muslim world: A problem of a cultural heritage, religion, or modernization?2