Recent Submissions

  • Gender regime change in decentralized states: the case of Spain 

    Lombardo, Emanuela; Alonso Álvarez, Alba (Oxford University Press, 2020)
    This article applies Walby’s systemic theory of gender regime to Spain’s decentralized state, to capture changes in the gender regime. Locating the “hegemon” at different levels of government for each domain (economy, ...
  • Blitzkrieg against democracy: gender equality and the rise of the populist radical right in Spain 

    Alonso, Alba; Espinosa-Fajardo, Julia (Oxford University Press, 2021)
    Populist radical right parties (PRRPs) are generally considered detrimental to democracy. Research on their damaging potential tends to focus on their influence in triggering policy backsliding but leaves the promotion ...
  • Cognitive reflection, cognitive intelligence, and cognitive abilities: a meta-analysis 

    Otero Moral, Inmaculada; Salgado Velo, Jesús Fernando; Moscoso Ruibal, Silvia (Elsevier, 2022)
    This paper presents a series of psychometric meta-analysis on the relationship between cognitive reflection (CR) and several cognitive abilities (i.e., cognitive intelligence, numerical ability, verbal ability, mechanical-spatial ...
  • Analysis of the relationship between school bullying, cyberbullying, and substance use 

    Pichel Mira, Rafael; Sanmartín Feijóo, Sandra; Isorna Folgar, Manuel; Varela Mallou, Jesús; Rial Boubeta, Antonio (Elsevier, 2022-01-11)
    The use of alcohol and other substances among underage adolescents continues to cause social concern nowadays, but it is not the only challenge that professionals face while working with this population. School bullying ...
  • A meta-analytical review of gender-based school bullying in Spain 

    Sanmartín Feijóo, Sandra; Rodríguez Fernández, Raquel (MDPI, 2021)
    School bullying continues to be one of the main challenges for the education community. Current research indicates that Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, and other LGBT+ people suffer the highest rates of ...

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