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

April 8, 2013 758

Are the customers of prostitutes ordinary or peculiar men?
From International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology

Female students just as successful as males in math and science, Asian Americans outperform all
From Psychology of Women Quarterly

Does Physical Education matter?
From Health Education Journal

Killer Anders Behring Breivik’s Manifesto provides a valuable resource for those studying the narrative and discursive dimension of crime
From Acta Sociologica

The paradoxical relationship between religious belief and criminality
From Theoretical Criminology

Aging out: Youths’ perspectives on foster care and the transition to independence
From Qualitative Social Work

Science or science fiction? Professionals’ discursive construction of climate change
From Organization Studies

Study examines the factors underlying suicides in the Army National Guard
From Armed Forces & Society

Courage and cowardice in wartime
From War in History

Perspectives on alcohol consumption and false allegations of rape
From Social & Legal Studies

Digital workplaces: Vision and reality
From Business Information Review

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