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Valiente, Celia. 2017. Male allies of women's movements: Women's organizing within the Catholic Church in Franco's Spain. Women's Studies International Forum 62, May-June: 43-51.


Diez Medrano, Juan. 2017. (with Michael Braun y Dorothée Behr) What do respondents mean when they report to be “citizens of the world”? Using probing questions to elucidate international differences in cosmopolitanism. Quantity and Quality.


García-Albacete, G. 2017. (with Monica Ferrín y Marta Fraile) The Gender Gap in Political Knowledge: Is It All About Guessing? An Experimental Approach. Int J Public Opin Res ; 29 (1): 111-132.


Sandell, R.  2017 (with Contucci, P. y Seyedalireza, S.) Terrorism, Belief Formation, and Residential Integratio Population Dynamics in the Aftermath of the 2004 Madrid Terror Bombings. The Journal of Mathematical Sociology Volume 41, 2017 - Issue 2.


Díez Medrano, Juan. 2017: “Beliefs and Trade Union Support to Trade Liberalization in the U.S. and the UK: The AFL-CIO and the TUC Compared” Journal of International Relations and Development (): 1-29. Pre-published online 10.1057/s41268-017-0084-2


Díez Medrano, Juan. 2017. “Globalization, Transnational Human Capital, and Employment in the European Union” International Journal of Comparative Sociology. Pre-published online DOI: 10.1177/0020715216684182


Article published in Electoral Studies by Oliver Strijbis, Sveinung Arnesen, and Laurent Bernhard. "Using prediction market data for measuring the expected closeness in electoral research", Electoral Studies 44, 144-150.


Collective religiosity and the gender gap in attitudes towards economic redistribution in 86 countries, 1990–2008. Social Science Research. Volume 57, May 2016, Pages 17–30.


Javier Polavieja "Labour-market competition, recession and anti-immigrant sentiments in Europe: occupational and environmental drivers of competitive threat."Socio-Economic Review.


Recovering Historical Memory: A Struggle against Silence and Forgetting? The Politics of Victimhood in Spain. International Jnl of Transitional Justice Volume 9, Issue 2. pp. 316-335.


Politics, coalitions, and support of farmers, 1920–1975. European Review of Economic History (2016) 20 (1): 102-122.


Going public against institutional constraints? Analyzing the online presence intensity of 2014 European Parliament election candidates. European Union Politics.

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