Communication

Round-up of Social Science Research

September 4, 2015 1154

 

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.

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Investigating black and minority ethnic leaders’ career experiences
From Human Relations

The aim of this article was to give voice to black and minority ethnic managers who have successfully achieved senior management roles

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Special Issue: Gender (in)equalities in South Asia
From Journal of Human Resources Management

The aim of this special issue is to provide a platform for research examining gender (in)equalities in South Asia.

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European bi-national love relationships, European identification and transnational solidarity
From European Union Politics

This paper investigates whether individuals in European bi-national love relationships identify more as Europeans and show more intended European transnational solidarity compared to individuals in uni-national unions.

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Nonviolence at Workplace—Scale Development and Validation
From Business Perspectives and Research

This article provides preliminary evidence through scale development and scale validation that nonviolence can be one of the drivers to break the cycle of violence by promoting forgiveness and reconciliation.

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Hiroshima and Nagasaki: 70th anniversary of the bombings
From Thesis Eleven

This issue of Thesis Eleven –  has been published to mark the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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Outcomes of leader anger expression: Positive and negative consequences
From Human Relations

In this article, authors examine expressions of anger at work from an observer and a target’s perspective to better understand the multi-faceted ways in which anger expressions are perceived at work, and the impact this has upon observers and targets of anger.

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When do immigrant adolescents feel personally discriminated against?
From International Journal of Behavioral Development

The purpose of this study was to examine the role of being liked by peers for immigrant adolescents’ perceptions of personal ethnic discrimination.

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