Communication

December 2013 Round-up of Social Science Research (SAGE Insight)

December 13, 2013 691

The following articles are drawn from SAGE Insight, which spotlights research published in SAGE’s 700+ journals. All the articles linked to from this site are free to read for a limited period.

Low-educated immigrants and the social relevance of second language
Second Language Research

Human Traffic–Past and Present
Cultural Dynamics

Special issue: Reading the Fifty Shades ‘phenomenon’
Sexualities

Nelson Mandela Tribute Collection
Index on Censorship

Online grooming legislation: Knee-jerk regulation?
European Journal of Communication

An examination of the graphic novel approach to communicate business concepts
Business Communication Quarterly

Islamic Encounters in Consumption and Marketing
Marketing Theory

Cheaters often use cognitive tricks to minimize the significance of their infidelity
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships

The Theocratization of the Israeli Military
Armed Forces & Society

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