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Becker, Birgit (2014): How often do you play with your child? The influence of parents' cultural capital on the frequency of familial activities from age three to six. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 22, issue 1, p. 4-13. more
Beier, Harald (2014): Peer effects in offending behaviour across contexts: Disentangling selection, opportunity and learning processes. European Journal of Criminology, 11, issue 1, p. 73-90. more
Bevan, Shaun, and Will Jennings (2014): Representation, Agendas and Institutions. European Journal of Political Research, 53, issue 1, p. 37-56. more
Biegert, Thomas (2014): On the Outside Looking in? Transitions out of non-employment in the United Kingdom and Germany. Journal of European Social Policy, 24, issue 1, p. 3-18. more
Boydstun, Amber, Shaun Bevan and Herschel Thomas (2014): The Importance of Attention Diversity and How to Measure It. Policy Studies Journal, 42, issue 2, p. 173-196. more
Carol, Sarah, Evelyn Ersanilli and Mareike Wagner (2014): Spousal Choice among the Children of Turkish and Moroccan Immigrants in Six European Countries: Transnational Spouse or Co-ethnic Migrant?. International Migration Review, 48, issue 2, p. 387–414. more
Debus, Marc, and Hanna Bäck (2014): Der Einfluss von Mandatstyp und Wahlkreiseigenschaften auf die inhaltlichen Positionen in Parlamentsreden: Eine Untersuchung anhand der parlamentarischen Debatten im Deutschen Bundestag von 1998 bis 2002. Swiss Political Science Review, 20, issue 2, p. 330-353. more
Debus, Marc, and Jochen Müller (2014): Expected utility or learned familiarity? The formation of voters' coalition preferences. Electoral Studies, 34, issue 1, p. 54-67. more
Debus, Marc, Mary Stegmaier and Jale Tosun (2014): Economic Voting under Coalition Governments: Evidence from Germany. Political Science Research and Methods, 2, issue 1, p. 49-67. more
Gebel, Michael, and Jonas Voßemer (2014): The impact of employment transitions on health in Germany: A difference-in-differences propensity score matching approach. Social Science & Medicine, 108, p. 128–136. more

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