Communication

Round-up of Social Science Research

April 5, 2014 693

The following articles are  drawn from SAGE Insight, which spotlights research published in SAGE’s more than 700 journals. The article linked to below is free to read for a limited period.


The contested terrain of alcohol sponsorship of sport
International Review for the Sociology of Sport
This study examines the politics and policy implications of alcohol sponsorship of sport in New Zealand.


The advantages of entering the workforce in a recession
Administrative Science Quarterly
This paper examines whether earning a college or graduate degree in a recession or an economic boom has lasting effects on job satisfaction.


The rapid decline of the veteran population in the United States
Armed Forces & Society
This paper demonstrates that the number of veterans in the United States has decreased dramatically over recent decades.


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