Social Science History

Papers
(The median citation count of Social Science History is 0. 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
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Railroad Integration and Uneven Development on the European Periphery, 1870–19108
Generations of Veterans: Socioeconomic Attainment from World War II to the Contemporary Era6
The Revival of Quantification: Reflections on Old New Histories6
Young Women on the MoveBritain circa 1880–19505
Social Scientization and the Schooling State in UK Parliamentary Discourse, 1803–19095
Soil Fertility on an Agricultural Frontier: The US Great Plains, 1880–20005
Varieties of Social Democracy and Cooperativism: Explaining the Historical Divergence between Housing Regimes in Nordic and German-Speaking Countries5
The Making of a Movement: An Intergenerational Mobilization Model of the Nonviolent Nashville Civil Rights Movement4
Height, Chest Size, and Household Composition in Late-Nineteenth-Century Catalonia4
Soil Fertility Transitions in the Context of Industrialization, 1750–20004
Trawling the Ocean of Grass: Soil Nitrogen in Saskatchewan Agriculture, 1916–20014
Appropriation, Integration, and Nation Building: Portuguese Railways in the Second Half of the Nineteenth and Early Years of the Twentieth Century4
The Role of Politics in the Historical Transport Networks of the Iberian Peninsula and the Pyrenees from Roman Times to the Nineteenth Century4
Contested Grasslands: Commons and the Unequal Land-Costs to Sustain Soil Fertility in Preindustrial Agriculture3
Pitting the Working Class against Itself: Solidarity, Strikebreaking, and Strike Outcomes in the Early US Labor Movement3
Residential Segregation at the Dawn of the Great Migration: Evidence from the 1910 and 1920 Census3
The Radiality of the Railway Network in Spain during its Early Stages (1830–67): An Assessment of its Territorial Coherence3
Measles and Scarlet Fever Epidemic Synergy and Evolving Pathogenic Virulence in Victoria, Australia, 1853–19163
From State-Building to European Integration: The Role of the Railway Network in the Territorial Integration of Europe, 1850–20203
Mail, Rail, and Legwork: State and Nation Building through Postal Service in France and Great Britain, 1830–19143
The Material Politics of Infrastructure NetworksInfrastructure Design and Territorial Transformation in Belgium, 1830–40s3
Agricultural Expansion, Soil Degradation, and Fertilization in Portugal, 1873–1960: From History to Soil and Back Again2
Inlaws, Outlaws, and State Formation in Nineteenth-Century Oklahoma2
Protestant Missionary Education and the Diffusion of Women’s Education in Ottoman Turkey: A Historical GIS Analysis2
Agricultural Intensification and Soil Fertility in Atlantic Spain, 1750–18902
Introduction to Soils and Sustainability Special Issue2
Anatomy of a Regional Civil War: Guangxi, China, 1967–19682
The Lynching of Italians and the Rise of Antilynching Politics in the United States2
Contexts of State Violence: Jewish Expulsions in the Holy Roman Empire2
Regional Soil Nutrient Balances for Cropland in 1920s Catalonia, Spain2
Counting the carnivores: Who ate meat in Republican-Era China?2
Historical and Comparative Research on Social Diffusion: Mechanisms, Methods, and Data2
Minutes of History:Talk and Its Written Incarnations2
Save Our Senior Noncitizens: Extending Old Age Assistance to Immigrants in the United States, 1935–712
The Social Foundations of Positivism: The Case of Late-Nineteenth-Century Italy2
Interpersonal Violence in Chile, c. 1880s–2010s: A Tale of Delayed but Successful Convergence2
Visions of deliverance: Social scientization, functionalism, and the expansive purposiveness of state schooling in nineteenth-century British parliamentary politics1
“You’re Not from around Here”: Regional Naming and Life Outcomes1
Wealth mobility in the United States: 1860–18701
Religion and Child Death in Ireland’s Industrial Capital: Belfast 19111
The Contrasting Effects of Education on Fertility over Time Casalguidi, 1819–19601
Power and alterity: Depictions of the Vascones from antiquity to the middle ages1
World Wars and the Establishment of Welfare Ministries1
Young Lads and Old Tars: Changing Age Structure of the Nordic Sailors, 1750s–1930s1
Wealth and Child Mortality in the Nineteenth-Century United States: Evidence from Three Panels of American Couples, 1850–18801
Regime and Sociology: A Comparative History of Sociology in Postwar Europe with Qualitative Comparative Analysis1
The Politics of Time: The Political Origins of Working-Time Regulation1
The Wrong Poster Child for Legislative Paralysis: Salvador Allende and Legislative Output in Chile, 1932–19731
Situating Politics: Spatial Heterogeneity and the Study of Political History1
The Southern Farmers’ Alliance, Populists, and lynching1
A Tale of Two Lines: “The Transylvanian” and “The Imperial”: Mapping Territorial Integration through Railway Architecture1
Determinants of Nutritional Differences in Mediterranean Rural Spain, 1840–1965 Birth Cohorts: A Comparison between Irrigated and Dry Farming Agriculture1
Historical Diversity in Credit Intermediation: Cosignatory Lending Institutions in Europe and North America, 1700s–1960s1
Nationalized Cosmopolitanism with Communist Characteristics: The Esperanto Movement’s Survival Strategy in Post–World War II Bulgaria1
The Working Week in the Long Nineteenth Century: Evidence from the Timings of Political Events in Britain1
The Limits of Meritocracy in Stabilizing Democracy and the Twin Importance of Bureaucratic Impartiality and Effectiveness1
Taming Violence: The Shanghai Green Gang and its Self-Legitimation Claims in the Early Twentieth Century1
1751 and Thereabout: A Quantitative and Comparative Approach to Notarial Records1
Polygamy, the Commodification of Women, and Underdevelopment1
The “Glorious” Revolution’s Inglorious Religious Commitment: Why Parliamentary Rule Failed to Secure Religious Liberty1
Reverberations of Empire: How the Colonial Past Shapes the Present1
Explaining the Chile–Uruguay Divergence in Democratic Inclusion: Left Parties and the Political Articulation Hypothesis1
Abortion and Directive Genetic Counseling1
Comparative History of a Very High Standard, But It Is Still Tough to Make It Work0
U.S. Animal Disease Policies and Human Health Debates0
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Denominational Conflicts and Party Breakthrough: The Negative Case of the All-German People’s Party0
Theorizing Subdisciplinary Exchange: Historical Sociology, Ethnography, and the Case of SSHA0
The Geographical Spread of State Executions during the Irish Civil War, 1922–230
Turning points in leadership: Ship size in the Portuguese and Dutch merchant empires0
Protestant Missionary Education and the Diffusion of Women’s Education in Ottoman Turkey: A Historical GIS Analysis – CORRIGENDUM0
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“The Magic of Numbers is Strong”:Hobson v Hansenand Contested Social Science in Judicial Decision Making0
Migration, Kinship and Child Mortality in Early Twentieth-Century North America0
Introduction to Fatal Years 30 Years Later: New Research On Child Mortality in the Past Special Issue0
“Power to the People!”: The Catalytic Role of the Black Power Movement in Trinidad and Tobago’s Industrialization0
Daniel Carpenter’s Democracy by Petition: A Symposium Introduction0
Effects of Strangeness in the Production and Reception of Social Scientific Knowledge0
The Great War and the Warfare–Welfare Nexus in British and French West African Colonies0
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Socioeconomic Status and Group Belonging: Evidence from Early-Nineteenth-Century Colonial West Africa0
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Reconstructing Colonial Sociology0
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The rise of the Spanish right during the Second Republic (1931–36). Social structures, Catholic associations, and conservative electoral mobilization0
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Business Entry and Exit: Career Changes of Proprietors in England and Wales (1851–81) Using Record-Linkage0
A Prehistory of Democracy0
Colonial Sociology and the Historical Sociology of the Social Sciences0
Disrupting Historical Life-Course Studies: New Questions for a Generation of Life-Course Scholarship0
“Ministering at the Altar of Slavery”: Religious slavery conflict and social movement repression0
Tax Expenditures and the Tax Reform Act of 1969 in the United States0
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Response to Critics for Labor and the Class Idea in the United States and Canada Book Symposium0
Power and Organization in the Making of the Long Twentieth Century: A Response to J. Bradford DeLong’s Slouching Towards Utopia: An Economic History of the Twentieth Century0
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Electoral Strategy or Historical Legacy? The CDU’s Reactions to Far-Right Parties in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1964–19900
The Spatial Configuration of Segregation, Elite Fears of Disease, and Housing Reform in Washington, D.C.’s Inhabited Alleys0
Symposium on Barry Eidlin’s Labor and the Class Idea in the United States and Canada0
The Swiss Patrician Families between Decline and Persistence: Power Positions and Kinship Ties (1890–1957)0
The Role of Organizational Institutionalization in Electoral Sustainability. A Comparative Analysis of the Spanish Far Right: Fuerza Nueva and VOX0
A macroscope of English print culture, 1530–1700, applied to the coevolution of ideas on religion, science, and institutions0
Comments on J. Bradford DeLong’s Slouching Toward Utopia0
Barry Eidlin (2018) Labor and the Class Idea in the United States and Canada0
Fatal Years: Background and Aftermath0
Virtual Issue: Race in the United States in Social Science History0
‘Almost None’: Women Sociologists and the Study of Women’s Crime in Early 20th-Century China and the U.S.0
Strategic Realism, not Optimism: Bayesian and Indigenous Perspectives on the Democratizing Petition0
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Can’t Boil, Won’t Boil: Material Inequality, Information, and Disease Avoidance during a Typhoid Epidemic in Tampere, Finland, in 19160
The Colonial Origins of Modern Social Thought: A Symposium Introduction0
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Infant and childhood death in the medical profession. Evidence from nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Netherlands0
Slouching towards Utopia. An Economic History of the Twentieth Century0
What’s Left for the Left? A Commentary on Barry Eidlin’s Labor and the Class Idea in the United States and Canada0
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Globalization and Empire: Market Integration and International Trade among Canada, the US, and Britain, 1750–18700
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An Eventful Critique of Crisis Language in Historical Sociology0
Vocational Rehabilitation and Labor Market Outcomes: Evidence from World War I Veterans0
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The Last Nationwide Smallpox Epidemic in the Netherlands: Infectious Disease and Social Inequalities in Amsterdam, 1870–18720
Race and Ethnicity in Living on the Edge: Teaching about a White American Generation’s Journey through the Twentieth Century0
Political Centralization, Federalism, and Urbanization: Evidence from Australia0
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Attaining Autonomy in the Empire: French Governors between 1860 and 19600
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Summary of Living on the Edge: An American Generation’s Journey Through the Twentieth Century0
Contributors for Volume 45, Number 10
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Immigration, Poverty, and Infant and Child Mortality in the City of Madrid, 1916–19260
Compared to what?: Setting American political development in comparative context0
Internal Migration and Sectoral Shift in the Nineteenth-Century United States0
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A Local Housing Market in the Great Depression0
Suffering from Suffrage: Welfare State Development and the Politics of Citizenship Disqualification0
Racial Inequality in the Prime of Life: Infectious Disease Mortality in U.S. Cities, 1906–19330
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Equivocal Challenges: Tactical Ambiguity and Deferral of Claim-Making in the 1948 Bogotazo0
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Nationalism or Geopolitics: The Rise of Guerillas and Patterns of Military Conflict during the Expansion of the Ili Rebellion, 1944–460
The Call for Further Research into the Coloniality of French Social Thought in George Steinmetz’s the Colonial Origins of Modern Social Thought0
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Petitioning, Democracy, and American Empire0
Gender, intimate partner homicide, and rurality in early-twentieth-century New South Wales0
Fatal Places? Contextual Effects on Infant and Child Mortality in Early Twentieth Century England and Wales0
The Democratization of Long-Distance Migration: Trajectories and Flows during the “Mobility Transition,” 1850–19100
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The Power of Religious Activism in Tocqueville’s America: The Second Great Awakening and the Rise of Temperance and Abolitionism in New York State0
Science, Technology, and Utopia0
Giving and Receiving Aid: Kin Networks in the Great Depression0
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Weighing Petitioning in the Balance0
Democracy, Petitions, and Legitimation0
The Interstitial Emergence of Labor NGO Activism in China and Its Contradicting Institutionalization, 1996–20200
Carrots over Sticks? Mothers’ Pensions and Child Labor in the Early 20th Century U.S.0
In America’s History, who was Respectable? Gender and Social Class in Living on the Edge0
The Diffusion of Knowledge during the British Industrial Revolution0
Tale of a Missed Opportunity: Japan’s Delay in Implementing a Value-Added Tax0
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