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Acta Sociologica 2018:

Attitudes towards income inequality: ‘Winners’ versus ‘losers’ of the perceived meritocracy

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This do-files are open accessible under the Open Data Commons Public CDomain Dedication and License (PDDL)
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> DATASETS

The do-files are ran on the datafile ISSP2009_sessionmarch2017_new
That dataset is a derivative from the original ISSP 2009 DATASET DOWNLOADABLE HERE
ISSP Social Inequality Module IV 2009
DOI: doi:10.4232/1.11506


Scholarly publications:        

Journal article | Lutter, M., Roex, K.L.A. & Tisch, D. (2019). Anomie or Imitation? The Werther Effect of Celebrity Suicides on Suicide Rates in 34 OECD Countries, 1960-2014. Social Science and Medicine, 0(XX).

Journal article | Roex, K.L.A., Huijts, T. & Sieben, I. (2018). Attitudes Towards Income Inequality: ‘Winners’ versus ‘losers’ of the perceived meritocracy. Acta Sociologica, 62(1), 47-63. 

Dissertation | Roex, K.L.A. (2018). Anomie, the American Dream, Shame and Diffusion: The Impact of the Economy on Suicide. Cologne: Univ of Cologne.

Journal article | Roex, K.L.A. (2018). Inkomensongelijkheid en de stijging in ‘verward’ gedrag [Income Inequality and the Increase of Police Calls on Mental Breakdowns]. Mens en Maatschappij, 93(2), 139-162 https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/aup/mem/2018/00000093/00000002/art00003

Journal article | Roex, K.L.A. & Rözer, J.J. (2017). The Social Norm to Work and the Well-Being of the Short- and Long-Term Unemployed, Social Indicators Research, 139, 1037–1064.

Conference paper | Roex, K.L.A. (2017). The Obamacare impact: States that provide for accessible health insurance have lower suicide rates. European Journal of Public Health, 27(3), 169-170. 


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