Communication

Round-up of recent social science research (from SAGE Insight)

February 8, 2013 701

The failures of governance that have led to the “Great Recession” and the end of public trust
From Administration & Society

Safe sex practices among African American women
From Health Education and Behavior

Compensation negotiation among women in the workplace
From Psychology of Women Quarterly

On/off relationships and ‘sex with an ex’ among teenagers and young adults
From Journal of Adolescent Research

At what price does traffic divert from toll roads to alternative routes?
From Public Works Management & Policy

Reinventing retirement: New pathways, new arrangements, new meanings
From Human Relations

The impact of spending cuts on women
From Local Economy

Senior Marketing Manager at SAGE, and editor of the SAGE Insight blog

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