Social Science Research

(The TQCC of Social Science Research is 21. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Anti-Muslim prejudice in Europe: A multilevel analysis of survey data from 30 countries372
Informant accuracy in social-network data V. An experimental attempt to predict actual communication from recall data169
How different are the adult children of parents who have same-sex relationships? Findings from the New Family Structures Study149
Why Is Black–White Residential Segregation So Persistent?: Evidence on Three Theories from Migration Data141
Using geographically weighted regression for environmental justice analysis: Cumulative cancer risks from air toxics in Florida140
Why are some more peer than others? Evidence from a longitudinal study of social networks and individual academic performance120
Trends in exposure to industrial air toxins for different racial and socioeconomic groups: A spatial and temporal examination of environmental inequality in the U.S. from 1995 to 2004112
Religion and child development: Evidence from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study111
Teaching executives to see social capital: Results from a field experiment91
Cleavage-based voting behavior in cross-national perspective: evidence from six postwar democracies90
Does inequality erode social trust? Results from multilevel models of US states and counties86
Public school choice and integration evidence from Durham, North Carolina85
Moving from cohabitation to marriage: effects on relationship quality82
Desistance from delinquency: The marriage effect revisited and extended77
Measurement of women’s autonomy according to women and their husbands: Results from five Asian countries76
What can we learn from twin studies? A comprehensive evaluation of the equal environments assumption76
Racial differences in the effects of job contacts: Conflicting evidence from cross-sectional and longitudinal data75
Neighborhood resources, racial segregation, and economic mobility: Results from the Gautreaux program71
Maternal and paternal imprisonment in the stress process71
Gender ideology construction from adolescence to young adulthood70
Societal Inequality and individual subjective well-being: Results from 68 societies and over 200,000 individuals, 1981–200869
The temporal variation of ethnic segregation in a city: Evidence from a mobile phone use dataset66
Balanced designs for triads tests: Two examples from English66
Gender and homosexuality attitudes across religious groups from the 1970s to 2014: Similarity, distinction, and adaptation63
Economic Restructuring and the Retreat from Marriage62
The dynamic relationship between homicide rates and social, economic, and political factors from 1970 to 200059
Scholarly culture: How books in adolescence enhance adult literacy, numeracy and technology skills in 31 societies56
New evidence on racial and ethnic disparities in homeownership in the United States from 2001 to 201054
Neighborhood disadvantage and obesity across childhood and adolescence: Evidence from the NLSY children and young adults cohort (1986–2010)53
How and why have attitudes about cannabis legalization changed so much?53
Social Contact, Social Capital, and the Naturalization Process: Evidence From Six Immigrant Groups52
The preferred role and perceived performance of the welfare state: European welfare attitudes from a multidimensional perspective51
How structural adjustment programs affect inequality: A disaggregated analysis of IMF conditionality, 1980–201451
From general discrimination to segmented inequality: Migration and inequality in urban China50
Ethnic Stratification amid China’s Economic Transition: Evidence from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region49
Patterns of change in religious service attendance across the life course: Evidence from a 34-year longitudinal study49
Intensification of geo-cultural homophily in global trade: Evidence from the gravity model49
The scarring effect of unemployment on psychological well-being across Europe46
Cultural capital, teacher bias, and educational success: New evidence from monozygotic twins45
Long-term consequences of youth volunteering: Voluntary versus involuntary service45
Does the pattern of density dependence in organizational mortality rates vary across levels of analysis? evidence from the German brewing industry42
Migration and children's psychosocial development in China: When and why migration matters42
Depression in later life: A closer look at the gender gap39
Season's greetings: From my status to yours38
Mixed land use and neighborhood crime38
The myth of the glass ceiling: Evidence from a stock-flow analysis of authority attainment37
From ‘What the F#@% is a Facebook?’ to ‘Who Doesn’t Use Facebook?’: The role of criminal lifestyles in the adoption and use of the Internet37
How great and how good?: Third places, neighbor interaction, and cohesion in the neighborhood context36
From the general to the specific: How social trust motivates relational trust35
Unemployment scarring by gender: Human capital depreciation or stigmatization? Longitudinal evidence from the Netherlands, 1980–200035
Immigration and the American industrial revolution from 1880 to 192034
Changing worldwide attitudes toward homosexuality: The influence of global and region-specific cultures, 1981–201234
Applying to college: Do information deficits lower the likelihood of college-eligible students from less-privileged families to pursue their college intentions?32
Race and downward mobility from privileged occupations: African American/White dynamics across the early work-career32
Reproduction of social inequality through housing: A three-generational study from Norway31
Descriptive dimensions of US occupations with data from the O*NET31
Intergenerational transmission of parent-child relationship quality: Evidence from a multi-actor survey29
Welfare deservingness opinions from heuristic to measurable concept: The CARIN deservingness principles scale29
Social control, social learning, and cheating: Evidence from lab and online experiments on dishonesty29
The value of educational degrees in turbulent economic times: Evidence from the Youth Development Study28
Support of workplace diversity policies: The role of race, gender, and beliefs about inequality28
The human dimensions of climate change: A micro-level assessment of views from the ecological modernization, political economy and human ecology perspectives28
Do job characteristics mediate the relationship between SES and health? Evidence from sibling models28
Women's age at first marriage and postmarital agency in Egypt26
The Relationship between Child Support and Visitation: Evidence From Longitudinal Data25
From here to there: Methods of allocating data between census geography and socially meaningful areas25
Social capital in the creation of cultural capital: Family structure, neighborhood cohesion, and extracurricular participation25
Labour market entries and exits of women from different origin countries in the UK25
Black students’ graduation from elite colleges: Institutional characteristics and between-institution differences24
Does the internet affect assortative mating? Evidence from the U.S. and Germany23
Intergenerational transmission of kinship norms? Evidence from siblings in a multi-actor survey23
Measuring association populations using the Encyclopedia of Associations: Evidence from the field of labor unions23
Race, spatial mismatch, and job accessibility: Evidence from a plant relocation23
The earnings payoff from attending a selective college23
Are grandparents a blessing or a burden? Multigenerational coresidence and child-related spending23
Competitive threat and temporal change in anti-immigrant sentiment: Insights from a hierarchical age-period-cohort model22
From Escalator to Hourglass: Changes in the U.S. Occupational Wage Structure 1949–198922
From Displacement to Reemployment: Job Acquisition in the Flexible Economy22
Birth weight, cognitive development, and life chances: A comparison of siblings from childhood into early adulthood21
The socioeconomic consequences of dropping out of high school: Evidence from an analysis of siblings21
‘It's The Sun Wot Won It’: Evidence of media influence on political attitudes and voting from a UK quasi-natural experiment21
Concerted cultivation developed in a standardized education system21