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van Damme, Maike, Sandra Krapf und Michael Wagner (2023): Housing density and its consequences for couples in Germany: staying, moving, or breaking up?. Housing Studies, 38, Heft 8, S. 1560-1588. mehr
Weißmann, Markus, und Tobias Roth (2023): Pre-existing company contacts and premature termination of apprenticeship training in Germany. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 87, (article no. 100839). mehr
Wenz, Alexander, und Florian Keusch (2023): Increasing the acceptance of smartphone-based data collection. Public Opinion Quarterly, 87, Heft 2, S. 357-388. mehr
Wenz, Alexander, und Florian Keusch (2023): The second-level smartphone divide: A typology of smartphone use based on frequency of use, skills, and types of activities. Mobile Media & Communication, 11, Heft 3, S. 459-483. mehr
Wuttke, Alexander, Christian Schimpf und Harald Schoen (2023): Populist Citizens in four European Countries: Widespread Dissatisfaction goes with Contradictory but Pro-democratic Regime Preferences. Swiss Political Science Review, 29, Heft 2, S. 246-257. mehr
Zoch, Gundula, und Stefanie Heyne (2023): The evolution of family policies and couples' housework division after childbirth in Germany, 1994–2019. Journal of Marriage and Family, 85, Heft 5, S. 1067-1086. mehr
Abou-Chadi, Tarik, Denis Cohen und Markus Wagner (2022): The centre-right versus the radical right: the role of migration issues and economic grievances. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies: Special Issue: Centre-right Parties and Immigration in an Era of Politicization, 48, Heft 2, S. 366-384. mehr
Areal, João (2022): ‘Them’ without ‘us’: negative identities and affective polarization in Brazil. Political Research Exchange, 4, Heft 1, (article no. 2117635) pp.1-25. mehr
Asendorpf, Jens B., und Jochen E. Gebauer (2022): Good intensions - unfortunate side effects: commentaries to Leising et al.. Personality Science, 3, (article no. e9227), p. 5-7. mehr
Auer, Daniel (2022): Firing discrimination: Selective labor market responses of firms during the COVID-19 economic crisis. PLOS ONE, 17, Heft 1, (article no. e0262337). mehr

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