Social Sciences

Social Science (news.osu.edu):
Violence against teachers is likely to be higher in schools that focus on grades and test scores than in schools that emphasize student learning, a new study has found.

Social Science (doi.org):
Exploring the discourses around microdosing psychedelics within the r/microdosing online community | Social Science & Medicine [Feb 2024]

Social Science (sciencedirect.com):
Researchers from Masaryk University suggests that peer relationships may be both the outcome and predictor of sexting engagement

Social Science (academic.oup.com):
Grey divorce shifts the balance of adult child solidarity towards mothers and exposes fathers to an elevated risk of experiencing social isolation

Social Science (dl.acm.org):
An interview study of members of r/bisexual finds that the group helps members to better understand their own lived experiences, mitigating "hermeneutical injustice" (when one doesn't have enough information to understand one's own experiences)

Social Science (news.osu.edu):
A new study has laid the groundwork for a future intervention designed to help caregivers establish a safe and workable mealtime routine for people with dementia living at home.

Social Science (journals.sagepub.com):
College-educated voters increasingly align with the Democratic Party, but simulations show that since 2016 Democratic Party no longer benefits from high voter turnout. Democrats would perform better in low-turnout elections, like local or primary, and Republicans in high-turnout general elections.

Social Science (frontiersin.org):
Wives with long and high-quality hair have more frequent sex, according to an online study from South Korea (N = 204 heterosexual couples)

Social Science (science.org):
Addressing climate change with behavioral science: A global intervention tournament in 63 countries

Social Science (nature.com):
Survey of 130,000 individuals from 125 countries reveals that pluralistic ignorance is preventing strong climate action, despite majority being open to give 1% of their income for climate action and endorse climate policies. Strong political and communicative efforts can correct such misperceptions.