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Ecker, Alejandro, Laurenz Ennser-Jedenastik und Martin Haselmayer (2020): Gender Bias in Asylum Adjudications: Evidence for Leniency toward Token Women. Sex Roles: a Journal of Research, 82, Heft 1, S. 117-126. mehr
Ehrlich, Ulrike, Katja Möhring und Sonja Drobnič (2020): What Comes after Caring? The Impact of Family Care on Women’s Employment. Journal of Family Issues, 41, Heft 9, S. 1387–1419. mehr
Ellerbrock, Simon (2020): Book Review: Populism, nativism, and economic uncertainty. playing the blame game in the 2017 British, French, and German Elections. Democratization, 27, Heft 3, S. 502-504. mehr
Emmer, Christine, Michael Bosnjak und Jutta Mata (2020): The association between weight stigma and mental health: a meta-analysis. Obesity Reviews, 21, Heft 1, (e-only: e12935). mehr
Fieldhouse, Ed, Jane Green, Geoffrey Evans, Jonathan Mellon, Christopher Prosser, Hermann Schmitt und Cees van der Eijk (2020): Electoral Shocks. Volatile Voters in a Turbulent World. Oxford: Oxford University Press. mehr
Gentrup, Sarah, Georg Lorenz, Cornelia Kristen und Irena Kogan (2020): Self-fulfilling Prophecies in the Classroom: Teacher Expectations, Teacher Feedback and Student Achievement. Learning and Instruction, 6, (article 101296) e-only. mehr
Gereke, Johanna, Max Schaub und Delia Baldassarri (2020): Gendered Discrimination Against Immigrants: Experimental Evidence, Frontiers in Sociology, 2020 mehr
Gries, Peter, Andrew Fox, Yiming Jing, Matthias Mader, Thomas J. Scotto und Jason Reifler (2020): A new measure of the ‘democratic peace’: what country feeling thermometer data can teach us about the drivers of American and Western European foreign policy. Political Research Exchange, 2, S. 1-13. mehr
Gärtner, Lea, Konstantin Gavras und Harald Schoen (2020): What tips the scales? Disentangling the mechanisms underlying post-electoral gains and losses in democratic support. Electoral Studies, 67, Heft October, (article: 102210). mehr
Götz, Friedrich, Stefan Stieger, Tobias Ebert, Peter Jason Rentfrow und David Lewetz (2020): What Drives Our Emotions When We Watch Sporting Events? An ESM Study on the Affective Experience of German Spectators During the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Collabra: Psychology, 6, Heft 1, (article no. 15). mehr

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