Round-up of Social Science Research

The following articles are drawn from SAGE Insight, which spotlights research published in SAGE’s more than 800 journals. The articles linked below are free to read for a limited period.

Why psychoanalysis now?
Marketing Theory

This special issue provides a bridge from this past to future paths for psychoanalysis.

Entrepreneurial potential: The role of human and cultural capitals

International Small Business Journal

This research draws on prospective longitudinal data from the National Child Development Study to offer new theoretical perspectives and empirical evidence on the human capital predictors that drive entrepreneurship.
Esteem and Social Connections
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships

The findings of this research suggest that global self-esteem regulates responses to both costs and rewards during relationship initiation. This free article features an accompanying podcast
Quidditch: Impacting and Benefiting Participants in a Non-Fictional Manner
Journal of Sport & Social Issues

This study examines the sport of quidditch, based on the Harry Potter franchise, an alternative sport growing in popularity.

Special Issue: Changing work, labor and employment relations in China

Human Relations

This special issue, with guest editors Sarosh Kuruvilla and Eli Friedman, exemplifies experiments and developments in China.

25 Years of ‘Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism’

Journal of European Social Policy

This special issue reflects on the impact of the seminal work by Gøsta Esping-Andersen, Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism. Guest editors: Patrick Emmenegger, Jon Kvist, Paul Marx and Klaus Petersen

The economic record of the UK coalition government

National Institute Economic Review

This review assesses the economic record of the 2010–15 Coalition government.

Sexual assault victimization among female undergraduates during study abroad

Journal of Interpersonal Violence

The purpose of this study was to investigate the prevalence of sexual assault victimization and related factors among undergraduates in the context of study-abroad programs.
Coming out during adolescence: Perceived parents’ reactions and internalized sexual stigma
Journal of Health Psychology

This study aims first to identify individual factors that can affect how parents react to their child’s disclosure and the differences between mothers’ and fathers’ responses, as perceived by their daughter and sons. Then the paper examines how the family system and the adolescents’ methods to face stressful situations influence the LG adolescents’ internalized sexual stigma (ISS) levels.

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