New article by Carolin Rapp (LCSR Associate Researcher) and her colleague titled “The consequences of social intolerance on non-violent protest” was published in European Political Science Review.
The European Social Survey (ESS) team has several announcements for the users of the web-site.
An article titled "Loneliness in concrete jungles: why people living in the major cities suffer from the lack of communication" was published in the latest issue of the Russian newspaper "Vechernyaya Moscva". Ekaterina Lytkina, Junior Research Fellow of LCSR HSE, was invited by the correspondents as an expert on the issue of social isolation in urban space.
As the LCSR Summer School "Introduction to Factorial Design and Data Visualisation with R” will be held in a month, the organizers prepared an announcement for the participants, especially for the listeners of the course "Data vizualization in R".
New article written by Veronica Kostenko (LCSR Research Fellow) together with Eduard Ponarin and Pavel Kuzmuchev titled "Attitudes towards gender equality and perception of democracy in the Arab world" was published in "Democratization".
The review article by professor Leonid Kosals (HSE) and Anastasia Maksimova (LCSR Research Fellow) titled "Informality, crime and corruption in Russia: A review of recent literature" was published in "Theoretical Criminology".
A review of the book prepared by Fabio Sabatini (LCSR associate researcher) was published in the Journal of Economic Literature.
New article written by Fabio Sabatini (LCSR associate researcher) and his colleague titled “The impact of the media on voters` attitude toward Junichiro Koizumi and his policy” was published in “Japan and the world Economy”.
New article written by Andreas Hovermann (LCSR associate researcher) and his colleagues titled “Anomie, marketization, and prejudice toward purportedly unprofitable groups: Elaborating a theoretical approach on anomie-driven prejudices“ was published in Acta Sociologica journal.
New article written by LCSR associate researches Andreas Hövermann, Eva Groß, and their colleagues titled "Understanding the devaluation of vulnerable groups: A novel application of Institutional Anomie Theory" was published in Social Science Research journal.