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February 2018 - Archive


Recent or forthcoming publications from IC3JM researchers


Escobar, Modesto and Carlos Tejero. 2018. “El análisis reticular de coincidencias”. Empiria, 39, 129-148.

Escobar Modesto and Tamar Groves. 2018. “Ciencia, tecnología e innovación en los libros de texto españoles”. Sistema, 249-250, 119-136.

Escobar Modesto and Manuel García Ferrando. 2017. “Socio-estadística. Introducción a la estadística en sociología”. Madrid: Alianza Editorial.

Escobar, Modesto, Libia Santos, and Miguel Á. Quintanilla. 2017. “Dimensiones y modelos de cultura científica: Implicaciones prácticas para la financiación y la demarcación de la ciencia”. In J. Lobera (ed.), Percepción social de la ciencia y la tecnología. Madrid: FECYT.

Fernández, Juan and Antonio Jaime-Castillo (forthcoming).”The Institutional Foundation of Social Class Differences in Pro-redistribution Attitudes: A Cross-National Analysis, 1985-2010”. Social Forces.

Fernández, Juan, Cristina Mora, and Margarita Torre (forthcoming). “Different Contexts and Trends: Latina Immigrant Fertility in the US and Spain”. International Migration, (published first online)

Fernández-Vázquez, Pablo. (forthcoming).”The Credibility of Party Policy Rhetoric: Survey Experimental Evidence”. Journal of Politics.

Fishman, Robert. 2017. “How Civil Society Matters in Democratization: Setting the Boundaries of Post-transition Political Inclusion”, Comparative Politics, Vol. 49, N3, pp. 391-409.

Fishman, Robert and Suzanne M. Coshow. 2017. “Political Sociology: A Broad and Poly-centric Field” in Kathleen Korgen (ed.), Handbook of Political Sociology, Vol. 1, pp. 314-325, Cambridge University Press.

Fishman, Robert. 2017. “Democracy”, in Oxford Bibliographies in Sociology, Oxford University Press.

García Albacete, Gema, Mónica Ferrín, and Marta Fraile. (forthcoming) “Is It Simply Gender? Content, Format and Time in Political Knowledge Measures”. Politics and Gender.

García Albacete, Gema, Mónica Ferrín, and Marta Fraile. 2017. “The Gender Gap in Political Knowledge: Is It all about Guessing? An Experimental Approach”. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 29(1).

Garmendia, Amuitz, Sandra León, and Ignacio Jurado. (2018). “Passing the Buck? Responsibility Attribution and Cognitive Bias in Multilevel Democracies”. West European Politics, 41(3): 660-682.

Lavezzolo, Sebastián, Carlos Rodríguez-Lluesma, and Marta Elvira. (forthcoming), “National Culture and Financial Systems: The Conditioning Role of Political Context”. Journal of Business Research, 85: pp. 60-72.

Lavezzolo Sebastián and Luis Ramiro. (forthcoming). “Stealth Democracy and the Support for New and Challenger Parties”. European Political Science Review, pp. 1-23 (published first online).

Orriols, Lluís, Mariano Torcal and Sergio Martini (forthcoming). “Deciding about the Unknown: The Effect of Party and Ideological Question Forming Opinions about the European Union”, European Union Politics.

Polavieja, Javier G. 2017. “Culture as a Random Treatment: A Reply to Chou”. American Sociological Review, 82(2): 444-450.

Radl Jonas, Kène Henkens, Hendrik van Dalen, David Ekerdt, Douglas Hershey, Martin Hyde, Hanna van Solinge, Mo Wang, and Hannes Zacher. (forthcoming). “What We Need to Know about Retirement: Pressing Issues for the Coming Decade”. The Gerontologist (published first online).

Radl, Jonas, Jan Paul Heisig, and Bram Lancee. (forthcoming). “Ethnic Inequality in Retirement Income: A Comparative Analysis of Immigrant-Native Gaps in Western Europe”, Ageing & Society (published first online).

Radl, Jonas and Jan Paul Heisig. 2017. “Adding Scars to Wrinkles? Long-run Effects of Late-Career Job Loss on Retirement Behavior and Personal Income”, Work, Aging & Retirement, 3(3): 257–272.

Radl, Jonas and María Sánchez-Domínguez. 2017. “La jubilación en España. ¿Hacía el envejecimiento activo con pensiones insuficientes?”, in: Informe España 2017. Madrid: Universidad Pontificia Comillas, pp. 119-167.

Riera, Pedro and Elias Dinas. (forthcoming).“Do European Parliament Elections Impact National Party System Fragmentation?”, Comparative Political Studies.

Riera, Pedro. (forthcoming). “The Impact of Intraparty Electoral Reforms on Party System Nationalization”,Publius: The Journal of Federalism.

Riera, Pedro and José Ramón Montero. 2017. “Attempts to Reform the Electoral System in Spain: The Role of Experts”. Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy, 16(3): 367-376.

Rooney, Bryan. (forthcoming). “Emergency Powers in Democracies and International Conflict”. Journal of Conflict Resolution.

Rooney, Bryan and Matthew DiLorenzo. (forthcoming). “Domestic Uncertainty, Third-Party Resolve, and International Conflict”. Journal of Peace Research.

Rooney, Bryan. (forthcoming). “Sources of Leader Support and Interstate Rivalry”. International Interactions.

Sánchez-Cuenca, Ignacio and Luis de la Calle. (forthcoming). “Terrorism in Western Europe: A Homegrown Trademark”, in A. Gofas, E. Chenoweth, R. English, and S. Kalyvas (eds), The Oxford Handbook on Terrorism (Oxford University Press).

Sánchez-Cuenca, Ignacio: “Terrorism”, in William Outhaite and Stephen Turner (ed) The Sage Handbook on Political Sociology. Los Angeles: Sage, 2018. Vol. II, 878-892.

Sánchez-Cuenca, Ignacio. 2017. “From a Deficit of Democracy to a Technocratic Order. The Postcrisis Debate on Europe”. Annual Review of Political Science, 20: 351-369.

Sandell Rickard, Pierluigi Conticci, and Seyedalireza Seyedi. 2017. “Forecasting the Integration of Immigrants”, The Journal of Mathematica Sociology, Volume 41, 2:127-137.

Simón, Pablo; Agnese Sacchi, and Santiago Lago-Peñas. (forthcoming). “Who Honors the Rules of Federalism? Party System Nationalization and Fiscal Performance”, Political Studies, (published firs online).

Simón, Pablo and Marc Guinjoan. 2017. “The Short and Long-term Effects of Institutional Change on Party System Nationalization”, Comparative European Politics.

Torre, Margarita, Juan J. Fernández, and Cristina Mora. (forthcoming). “Different Contexts and Trends: Latina Immigrant Fertility in the US and Spain”. International Migration, (published first online).

Torre, Margarita. 2017. “Exit from Male-Dominated Occupations: Variation among Occupations and Women”. Sociological Perspectives. Vol. 60(4): 665-684.

Torre, Margarita. 2017. “Wanting More or Wanting Less? Mismatches between Actual and Preferred Working Hours in Spain, 2005-2014”. Revista Internacional de Sociología, 75(2): e061.

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