Social Science Quarterly Journal Publishes Research Articles in May 2022 Edition – InsuranceNewsNet

MACOMB, Ill., May 21 — Social Science Quarterly, a journal purporting to cover political science, sociology, economics, history, social work, geography, international and women’s studies, has published research articles on the following topics in its May 2022 editing:

PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH POLICY:

* Voluntary sector involvement and individual health and well-being: where does it matter?

* Fragile foundation of social insurance: income instability and participation in retirement in South Korea

* Trust in doctors and trust in government predict COVID-19 vaccine uptake

* Poverty and self-rated health later in life: the mediating role of material difficulties

THE SOCIOLOGY OF DOMESTICITY:

* The future of adolescents in the family-school-neighbourhood balance: a multidimensional application of two theoretical perspectives

* Are the resources out of reach? Analyze the accessibility of accommodation services for victims of domestic violence

* The influence of becoming a parent on political participation United States

* Marginal material or key data? Understand community attitudes to a domestic and family violence investigation

ORIGINAL ITEMS:

* Ideological and partisan biases in candidate quality assessments in American house elections

the May 2022 edition of the Quarterly Journal of Social Sciences can be viewed at https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/15406237/2022/103/3. The journal is edited by John Wiley and sons.

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