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Hellyer, Joshua (2021): Homophobia and the home search: Rental market discrimination against same-sex couples in rural and urban housing markets. Journal of Housing Economics, 51, Heft March 2021, (article no. 101744). mehr
Horn, Alexander, und Jennifer Shore (2021): Three Worlds of Social Policy Styles: Lasting Legacies or a Thing of the Past?. S. 89-104 in: Michael Howlett, Jale Tosun (Hrsg.) The Routledge Handbook of Policy Styles. New York: Routledge. mehr
Höhne, Jan Karem, Timo Lenzner, Cornelia Neuert und Ting Yan (2021): Re-Examining the Middle Means Typical and the Left and Top Means First Heuristics using Eye-Tracking Methodology. Journal of Survey Statistics and Methodology, 9, Heft 1, S. 25-50. mehr
Jakob, Julia, Timo Dobbrick und Hartmut Wessler (2021): (Un)sophisticated Reasoning? The Integrative Complexity of User-Generated Debates Across Political Systems and Online Discussion Arenas. [71th Annual International Communication Association Conference, (virtual conference), 27. bis 31. Mai 2021] mehr
Jakob, Julia, Timo Dobbrick, Rainer Freudenthaler, Patrik Haffner und Hartmut Wessler (2021): The End of Constructive Engagement Online? Toxic Outrage in User-Generated Debates Across Political Systems and Online Discussion Arenas. [71th Annual International Communication Association Conference Preconference: Comparative Perspectives on Negativity, Incivility, and Toxic Talk, (virtual conference), 27. Mai 2021] mehr
Jurado, Ignacio, und Rosa M. Navarrete (2021): The Europeanization of national elections. The role of country characteristics in shaping EU issue voting. Electoral Studies, 71, Heft June 2021, (article no. 102286). mehr
Keusch, Florian, Bella Struminskaya, Frauke Kreuter und Martin Weichbold (2021): Combining Active and Passive Mobile Data Collection: A Survey of Concerns. S. 657-682 in: Craig Hill, Paul P. Biemer, Trent Buskirk, Lilli Japec, Antje Kirchner, Stas Kolenikov, Lars E. Lyberg (Hrsg.) Big Data Meets Survey Science: A Collection of Innovative Methods. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. mehr
Kretschmer, David, und Tobias Roth (2021): Why Do Friends Have Similar Educational Expectations? Separating Influence and Selection Effects. European Sociological Review, 37, Heft 2, S. 201–217. mehr
Kuppler, Matthias, Christoph Kern, Ruben L. Bach und Frauke Kreuter (2021): Distributive Justice and Fairness Metrics in Automated Decision-making: How Much Overlap Is There?. Ithaca, NY [arXiv preprint] mehr
Lindstam, Emmy, Matthias Mader und Harald Schoen (2021): Conceptions of National Identity and Ambivalence towards Immigration. British Journal of Political Science, 51, Heft 1, S. 93-114. mehr

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