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February 2017 - Archive


Recent or forthcoming publications from IC3JM researchers


Escobar, Modesto. 2016. “Ensayo sobre las Coincidencias”, in A. Almarcha et al. (eds.), Donde la sociología te Lleve, A Coruña University.

Escobar, Modesto and Luis Mena. 2016. “Cuestiones de Metodología en el Análisis de los Problemas Sociales,” in A. Trinidad et al. (eds.), Marcos de Análisis de los Problemas Sociales. Madrid, Catarata.

Fernández, Juan, Antonio Jaime-Castillo, Celia Valiente and Damon Mayrl. 2016. “Collective Religiosity and the Gender Gap in Attitudes towards Economic Redistribution in 86 Countries, 1990-2008.” Social Science Research, 57: 17-30.

Fernández, Juan, Monika Eigmüller and Stefanie Börner. 2016. “Domestic Transnationalism and the Formation of Pro-European Sentiments.” European Union Politics, 17: 457-481.

Fernández-Vázquez, Pablo and Zeynep Somer-Topcu. (forthcoming). “The Informational Role of Party Leader Changes on Voter Perceptions of Party Positions.” British Journal of Political Science.

Fishman, Robert M. 2016. “Rethinking Dimensions of Democracy for Empirical Analysis: Authenticity, Quality, Depth and Consolidation.” Annual Review of Political Science 19: 289-309.

Fishman, Robert M. and Manuel Villaverde Cabral. 2016. “Socio-historical Foundations of Citizenship Practice: After Social Revolution in Portugal.” Theory and Society 45(6): 531-553.

Fishman, Robert M. and David W. Everson. 2016. “Mechanisms of Social Movement Success: Conversation, Displacement and Disruption.” Revista Internacional de Sociología, 74(4): 1-10.

Fishman, Robert M. (forthcoming). “How Civil Society Matters in Democratization:  Setting the Boundaries of Post-transition Political Inclusion.” Comparative Politics. 49(3), 2017.

Lavezzolo, Sebastián, Covadonga Meseguer and Javier Aparicio. 2016. “Financial Remittances, Trans-border Conversations, and the State.” Comparative Migration Studies, 4: 13.

Mayrl, Damon. 2016. “Secular Conversions: Political Institutions and Religious Education in the United States and Australia, 1800-2000.” New York: Cambridge University Press.

Mayrl, Damon, Jeremy Uecker and Samuel Stroope. 2016. “Family Formation and Returning to Religion in Young Adulthood.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 55(2): 384-406.

Mayrl, Damon and Sarah Quinn. 2016. “Defining the State from Within: Boundaries, Schemas, and Associational Policymaking.” Sociological Theory 34(1): 1-26.

Mayrl, Damon, Antonio M. Jaime-Castillo, Juan Fernández and Celia Valiente. 2016. “Collective Religiosity and the Gender Gap in Attitudes towards Economic Redistribution in 74 Countries, 1990-2008.” Social Science Research 57: 17-30.

Orriols, Lluís and Guillermo Cordero. 2016. “The Breakdown of the Spanish Two-party System: The Upsurge of Podemos and Ciudadanos in the 2015 General Election.” South European Society & Politics, DOI: 10.1080/13608746.2016.1198454.

Orriols, Lluís and Sandra León. 2016. “Asymmetric Federalism and Economic Voting.” European Journal of Political Research, 55(4): 847-865.

Orriols, Lluís and Toni Rodón. 2016. “The 2015 Catalan Election: the Independence Bid at the Polls.” South European Society & Politics. 21(3): 395-381.

Polavieja, Javier. 2016. “Labour-Market Competition, Recession and Anti-Immigrant Sentiments in Europe: Occupational and Environmental Drivers of Competitive Threat.” Socio-Economic Review, 14(3): 395-417.

Polavieja, Javier and Lucinda Platt. 2016. “Saying and Doing Gender: The Intergenerational Transmission of Attitudes towards the Sexual Division of Labour.” European Sociological Review, 32(6): 820- 834.

Radl, Jonas, Héctor Cebolla-Boado, and Leire Salazar. 2017. “Preschool Education as the Great Equalizer? A Cross-Country Study into the Sources of Inequality in Reading Competence”, Acta Sociologica, 60(1): 41–60.

Radl, Jonas and Dirk Hofäcker. 2016. “Retirement Transitions in Times of Institutional Change.” In: Dirk Hofäcker, Moritz Hess & Stefanie König (eds.): Delaying Retirement: Progress and Challenges of Active Ageing in Europe, the United States and Japan. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 1–21.

Radl, Jonas, Elisa Chuliá and Luis Garrido. 2016. “Ebb and Flow of Early Retirement: Pension Reform and Labour Market Participation of Older Workers in Spain.” In: Dirk Hofäcker, Moritz Hess & Stefanie König (eds.): Delaying Retirement: Progress and Challenges of Active Ageing in Europe, the United States and Japan. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 123–146.

Radl, Jonas, Leire Salazar, and Héctor Cebolla-Boado (forthcoming): “Does Living in a Fatherless Household Compromise Educational Success? A Comparative Study of Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Skills”, European Journal of Population, doi: 10.1007/s10680-017-9414-8.

Riera, Pedro and Damien Bol. (forthcoming). “Ticket Splitting in Mixed-member Electoral Systems.” West European Politics.

Riera, Pedro and Francisco Cantú. (forthcoming). “Legislative Committees and the Personal Vote.” Party Politics.

Riera, Pedro, José Ramón Montero, Raúl Gómez, Pablo Barberá and Juan A. Mayoral. (forthcoming). “Elecciones Municipales en España: La Personalización del Voto.” Revista Internacional de Sociología.

Riera, Pedro, Enrique García Viñuela and Ignacio Jurado. 2016. “Allocating Campaign Effort in Proportional Systems: Evidence from Spanish General Elections.” South European Politics and Society 21(2): 243-262.

Riera, Pedro, José Ramón Montero, Raúl Gómez, Pablo Barberá and Juan A. Mayoral. 2016. “Elecciones Municipales en España: Un Análisis Multinivel de los Determinantes Individuales y Contextuales del Voto.” Revista de Estudios Políticos 172: 47-82.

Riera, Pedro, Luana Russo and Tom Verthé. (forthcoming). “Tracing the Electorate of the Five Star Movement: An Ecological Inference Analysis of the Vote Swing at the 2013 Italian Parliamentary Elections.” Italian Political Science Review.

Riera, Pedro. 2016. “Tactical Voting.” Oxford Handbooks Online.

Riera, Pedro and Luana Russo. 2016. “Breaking the Cartel: The Geography of the Electoral Support of New Parties in Italy and Spain.” Italian Political Science Review 46(2): 219-241.

Riera, Pedro and José Ramón Montero. 2016. “El Sistema Electoral Español: entre la Desproporcionalidad, la Igualdad y la Reforma.” Cuadernos de Alzate.

Sánchez-Cuenca, Ignacio. 2017 (forthcoming). “From a Deficit of Democracy to a Technocratic Order. The Postcrisis Debate on Europe.” Annual Review of Political Science, 20.

Sandell, Rickard, Christofer Edling and Jens Rydgren. 2016. “Terrorism, Belief Formation, and Residential Integration: Population Dynamics in the Aftermath of the 2004 Madrid Terror Bombings.” American Behavioral Scientist, 60(10): 1215-123

Simón, Pablo. 2016. “The Challenges of the New Spanish Multipartism: Government Formation Failure and the 2016 General Elections”. South European Society and Politics.

Simón, Pablo, Ignacio Lago, Sandra Bermúdez and Marc Guinjoan. (forthcoming). “Turnout and Social Fractionalisation.” Politics.

Simón, Pablo and Tania Verge. 2016. “Gender Quota and Political Representation in Spain and Portugal: Electoral Competition, Learning and Emulation.” South European Society and Politics.

Simón, Pablo, Kelly Rowe, Sandra Bermúdez and Marc Guinjoan. (forthcoming). “Party Mobilisation and Electoral Systems.” Government and Opposition.

Simón, Pablo, Lidia Núñez and Jean-Benoit Pilet Núñez. 2016. “Electoral Volatility and the Dynamics of Electoral Reform.” West European Politics.

Strijbis, Oliver, Sveinung Arnesen and Laurent Bernhard. 2016. “Using Prediction Market Data for Measuring the Expected Closeness in Electoral Research.” Electoral Studies 44: 144-150.

Strijbis, Oliver and Rafael Leonisio. 2016. “La Polarización Bidimensional.” In Francisco J. Llera (ed.): Las Elecciones Autonómicas en el País Vasco, 1980-2012. CIS, 161-174.

Torre, Margarita. (forthcoming). “Exit from Male-dominated Occupations: Variation Among Occupations and Women.” Sociological Perspectives.

Torre, Margarita. (forthcoming). “Wanting More or Wanting less? Mismatches between Actual and Preferred Working Hours in Spain, 2005-2014.” Revista Internacional de Sociología.

Weschle, Simon. (forthcoming). “The Impact of Economic Crises on Political Representation in Public Communication: Evidence from the Eurozone.” British Journal of Political Science.

Weschle, Simon and Max Gallop. (forthcoming). “Assessing the Impact of Non-Random Measurement Error on Inference: A Sensitivity Analysis Approach.” Political Science Research and Methods.

Weschle, Simon. 2016. “Punishing Personal and Electoral Corruption: Experimental Evidence from India.” Research and Politics, 3(2): 1-16.

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