Artigos em revistas científicas

Artigos 2021

Freire, André, Andrea Pedrazzani, Emmanouil Tsatsanis, Xavier Coller & Paolo Segatti (2021), “Age and Descriptive Representation in Southern Europe: The Impact of the Great Recession on National Parliaments”, South European Society and Politics, 26:2, 271-301
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Tsatsanis, Emmanouil, Marco Lisi & André Freire (2021), “The ‘Lost Generation’ and Its Political Discontents: Age-related Divides in Southern Europe after the Crisis”, South European Society and Politics, 26:2, 133-151
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Tsatsanis, Emmanouil, Enrico Borghetto, André Freire & José Ramón Montero (2021), “Generational and Ideological Gaps in Democratic Support: Seeds of Deconsolidation in Post-Crisis Southern Europe?”, South European Society and Politics, 26:2, 209-237
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Accornero, G. (2021). Contentious buildings: The struggle against eviction in NYC’s Lower East Side. Current Sociology.

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Álvarez-Pérez, P., Ferreira, J. (2021). La construcción teórica del objeto en Trabajo Social: un análisis empírico basado en la formación de segundo ciclo. Comunitania. Revista Internacional de Trabajo Social y Ciencias Sociales, 21, 61-95.

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Álvarez-Pérez, P., Harris, V. (2021). Personal social networks as a superdiversity dimension: A qualitative approach with second-generation Americans. Current Sociology.

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Álvarez-Pérez, P., Relinque-Medina, F., Vázquez-Aguado, O., Harris, V. W. (2021). What are social workers currently doing to positively impact how people access public housing services in Spain?. SAGE Open, 11(1), 1-11.

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Asensio, M. (2021). The political legitimacy of the healthcare system in Portugal: insights from the European Social Survey. Healthcare, 9(2).

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Belchior AM, Teixeira CP. (2021). Determinants of Political Trust during the Early Months of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Putting Policy Performance into Evidence. Political Studies Review.

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Caiani M, Carvalho T. (2021). The use of religion by populist parties: the case of Italy and its broader implications. Religion, State and Society, 49:3, 211-230.

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Casquilho-Martins, I.; Matela, T. (2021). Protection of Immigrant Children and Youth at Risk: Experiences and Strategies of Social Integration in Portugal. Societies, 11(4).

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Ferreira, J. M. L. (2021). Children’s life in superdiversity contexts: impacts on the construction of a children’s citizenship – the Portuguese case. Current Sociology.

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Ferreira, J., Cojocaru, D., Hassaini, L., Ionescu, I., Moreno Saint-Martin, C. (2021). The Philia project – for the successful integration of the young through their empowerment and social network development. Analele Ştiinţifice ale Universităţii »Alexandru Ioan Cuza« din Iaşi. Sociologie şi Asistenţă Socială, 1, 17-27.

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Freire, A. (2021). Left-wing governmental alliance in Portugal, 2015-2019: A way of renewing and rejuvenating social democracy?. Brazilian Political Science Review, 15(2).

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Goritz, A., Jörgens, H., Kolleck, N. (2021). Interconnected bureaucracies? Comparing online and offline networks during global climate negotiations. International Review of Administrative Sciences.

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Goritz, A., Schuster, J., Jörgens, H., Kolleck, N. (2021). International public administrations on Twitter: a comparison of digital authority in global climate policy. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice.

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Lisi, M., Quaranta, M., Real-Dato, J., Tsatsanis, E. (2021). Assessing the Impact of Age, Cohort and Period Effects on Partisanship and Support for Mainstream Parties: Evidence from Southern Europe. South European Society and Politics.

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López Peláez, A., Álvarez-Pérez, P., Harris, V. W. (2021). Methodological pathways to portray superdiversity: A few concluding thoughts. Current Sociology.

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López Peláez, A., Álvarez-Pérez, P., Harris, V. W. (2021). Superdiversity: New paths for social sciences in the upcoming future. Current Sociology.

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Madureira, C., Rando, B., Ferraz, D. (2021). The Public Administration Performance Appraisal Integrated System (SIADAP) and the Portuguese civil servants perceptions. International Journal of Public Administration, 44(4), 300-310.

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Moriconi, M., Almeida, J. P. (2021). El mercado global de apuestas deportivas online: terreno fértil para fraudes y crímenes. Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas, 96, 93-116.

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Nina, S. R., Santana-Pereira, J. (2021). Feasting our eyes on the candidates: visual cues in televised debates prime personality traits of lesser known candidates and promote learning. International Journal of Press-Politics, 26(1), 236-255.

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Pereira, C., Pereira, A., Budal, A., Dahal, S., Daniel-Wrabetz, J., Meshelemiah, J., Carvalho, J., et al. (2021). ‘If you don't migrate, you're a nobody’: Migration recruitment networks and experiences of Nepalese farm workers in Portugal. Journal of Rural Studies.

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Quintela, D. (2021). Do projeto Marca Portugal ao Portugal Sou Eu: que políticas públicas para a Marca Portugal. Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas, 95, 61-83.

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Raimundo, F., Santana Pereira, J. (2021). Do successor parties influence public attitudes toward the past? Evidence from young democracies. Communist and Post-Communist Studies, 54(3), 1-26.

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Schuster, J., Jörgens, H., Kolleck, N. (2021). The rise of global policy networks in education: analyzing Twitter debates on inclusive education using social network analysis. Journal of Education Policy, 36(2), 211-231.

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Teperoglou, E., Belchior, A. M. (2021). Is ‘Old Southern Europe’ still eurosceptic? Determinants of mass attitudes before, during and after the eurozone crisis. South European Society and Politics.

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Artigos 2020

Almeida, M. A. (2020). The use of rural areas in Portugal: historical perspective and the new trends. Revista Galega de Economía, 29(2).

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Almeida, M. A., Alberca, J. P. (2020). Comparing local transitions in Southern Europe: center-periphery relations and governors in the South of Spain and Portugal, 1970-1980. Análise Social, 55(235), 222-243.

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Álvarez-Pérez, P., Ferreira, J., Pena, M. (2020). Alternative model for social work undergraduate training. Social Work Education, 39(1), 97-110.

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Belchior, A. M. (2020). Political parties in troubled times: economic crisis and voter's perceptual bias of parties' ideology in Europe. Comparative European Politics, 18, 171-189.

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Borghetto, E., Belchior, A. M. (2020). Party manifestos, opposition and media as determinants of the cabinet agenda. Political Studies, 68(1), 37-53.

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Borghetto, E., Santana-Pereira, J., Freire, A. (2020). Parliamentary questions as an instrument for geographic representation: the hard case of Portugal. Swiss Political Science Review, 26(1), 10-30.

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Carreiras, H., Bessa, F., Ávila, P., Malheiro, L. (2020). Cadets in Portuguese military academies: a sociological portrait. Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas, 93, 9-29.

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Carvalho, J. (2020). Immigrants’ acquisition of national citizenship in Portugal and Spain: the role of multiculturalism?. Citizenship Studies, 24(2), 228-246.

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Carvalho, J., Duarte, M. C. (2020). The politicization of immigration in Portugal between 1995 and 2014: a European exception?. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, 58(6), 1469-1487.

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Carvalho, J., Ruedin, D. (2020). The positions mainstream left parties adopt on immigration: a cross-cutting cleavage?. Party Politics, 26(4), 379-389.

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Casquilho-Martins, I., Belchior-Rocha, H., Ferreira, J. (2020). Community strategies for intercultural participation. Trabajo Social Global, 10(19), 157-179.

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De Giorgi, E., Santana Pereira, J. (2020). The exceptional case of post-bailout Portugal: a comparative outlook. South European Society and Politics, 25(2), 127-150.

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de Sousa, L., Calca, P. (2020). Understanding corruption through the analysis of court case content: research note. Qualitative Research Journal, 21(2), 135-147.

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Dores, A. P. (2020). Questioning the hope in science and schooling. Critical Sociology, 47(4-5), 687-698.

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Dores, A. P., Sousa e Silva, M. (2020). The new clash of generation. Revista Estudos Institucionais, 6(3), 1436-1452.

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Espírito-Santo, A., Freire, A., Serra-Silva, S. (2020). Does women’s descriptive representation matter for policy preferences? The role of political parties. Party Politics, 26(2), 227-237.

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Espírito-Santo, A., Sanches, E. R. (2020). Who gets what? The interactive effect of MPs’ sex in committee assignments in Portugal. Parliamentary Affairs, 73(2), 450–472.

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Espírito-Santo, A., Santos, M. H. (2020). The share of women in decision-making positions across different levels of government. Representation.

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Madureira, C. (2020). A reforma da administração pública e a evolução do estado- providência em Portugal: história recente. Ler História, 76, 179-202.

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Moriconi, M. (2020). Deconstructing match-fixing: a holistic framework for sport integrity policies. Crime, Law and Social Change, 74(1), 1-12.

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Moriconi, M., Cima, C. (2020). Betting practices among players in Portuguese championships: from cultural to illegal behaviours. Journal of Gambling Studies, 36, 161-181.

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Moriconi, M., Cima, C. (2020). To report, or not to report? From code of silence suppositions within sport to public secrecy realities. Crime, Law and Social Change, 74(1), 55-76.

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Moriconi, M., Cima, C. (2020). Why some football referees engage in match-fixing? A sociological explanation of the influence of social structures. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics, 13(4), 545-563.

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Pereirinha, J. A., Branco, F., Pereira, E., Amaro, M. I. (2020). The guaranteed minimum income in Portugal: a universal safety net under political and financial pressure. Social Policy and Administration, 54(4), 574-586.

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Saerbeck, B., Well, M., Jörgens, H., Goritz, A., Kolleck, N. (2020). Brokering climate action: the UNFCCC secretariat between parties and non-party stakeholders. Global Environmental Politics, 20(2), 105-127.

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Santana Pereira, J., Cancela, J. (2020). Demand without supply? Populist attitudes and voting behaviour in post-bailout Portugal. South European Society and Politics, 25(2), 205-228.

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Santana Pereira, J., Lains, M. (2020). What explains preferential voting? A field experiment in Portugal. Análise Social, 54(234), 4-26.

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Santos, C. P. C. D., Valduga, T., Ferreira, J. (2020). Social work in the web of social protection: contexts and alternatives. International Social Work, 63(3), 291-305.

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Seriatos, A., Teperoglou, E., Tsatsanis, E. (2020). Two-partyism Reloaded: Polarisation, Negative Partisanship, and the Return of the Left-right Divide in the Greek Elections of 2019. South European Society and Politics, 25(3-4), 503-532.

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Serra-Silva, S., Belchior, A. M. (2020). Understanding the pledge fulfilment of opposition parties using evidence from Portugal. European Politics and Society, 21(1), 72-90.

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Solorio, I., Jörgens, H. (2020). Contested energy transition? Europeanization and authority turns in EU renewable energy policy. Journal of European Integration, 42(1), 77-93.

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Stark, T. H., Silber, H., Krosnick, J. A., Clement, S. L., Bosnjak, M., Blom, A.G., Belchior, A. M., Aoyagi, M., et al. (2020). Generalization of classic question order effects across cultures. Sociological Methods and Research, 49(3), 567-602.

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Teperoglou, E., Schmitt, H., Sanz, A., Braun, D. (2020). It All Happens at Once: Understanding Electoral Behaviour in Second-Order Elections. Politics and Governance, 8(1), 6-18.

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Verge, T., Wiesehomeier, N., Espírito-Santo, A. (2020). Framing symbolic representation: exploring how women’s political presence shapes citizens’ political attitudes. European Journal of Politics and Gender, 3(2), 257-276.

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Well, M., Saerbeck, B., Jörgens, H., Kolleck, N. (2020). Between mandate and motivation: bureaucratic behavior in global climate governance. Global Governance, 26(1), 99-120.

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Artigos 2019

Accornero, G. (2019). ‘I wanted to carry out the revolution’: activists’ trajectories in Portugal from dictatorship to democracy. Social Movement Studies, 18(3), 305-323.

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Accornero, G. (2019). “Everything was possible”: emotions and perceptions of the past among former Portuguese antifascist activists. Mobilization, 24(4), 439-453.

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Asensio, M., Popic, T. (2019). Portuguese healthcare reforms in the context of crisis: external pressure or domestic choice?. Social Policy and Administration, 53(7), 1003-1017.

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Belchior, A. M. (2019). The effects of party identification on perceptions of pledge fulfilment: evidence from Portugal. International Political Science Review, 40(5), 627-642.

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Belchior, A. M., Lisi, M., Abrantes, M., Azevedo, J. (2019). O sentido de voto dos eleitores residentes no estrangeiro, 1976-2011. Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas, 91, 97-115.

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Bragança Bittencourt, M., Amaro, M. I. (2019). Social work, human rights and conceptions of human dignity: The case of social workers in Lisbon. Portuguese Journal of Social Science, 18(3), 341-358.

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Calca, P., Gross, M. (2019). To adapt or to disregard? Parties’ reactions to external shocks. West European Politics, 42(3), 545-572.

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Carvalho, J. (2019). Mainstream party strategies towards extreme right parties: the French 2007 and 2012 Presidential Elections. Government and Opposition, 54(2), 365-386.

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Freire, A., Santana Pereira, J. (2019). The President’s dilemma: the Portuguese semi-presidential system in times of crisis (2011–16). International Journal of Iberian Studies, 32(3), 117-135.

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Goritz, A., Kolleck, N., Jörgens, H. (2019). Education for sustainable development and climate change education: the potential of social network analysis based on twitter data. Sustainability, 11(19).

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Matias, A. R. (2019). As eleições europeias de 2019 em Malta: Um império trabalhista num país em relativo contraciclo. Relações Internacionais, 64, 85-100.

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Moriconi, M., Almeida, J. P. (2019). Portuguese Fight Against Match-Fixing: Which Policies and What Ethic?. Journal of Global Sport Management, 4(1), 79-96.

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Popic, T., Schneider, S., Asensio, M. (2019). Public opinion towards healthcare in the context of economic crisis: evidence from Portugal. Journal of Social Policy, 48(4), 741-764.

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Portos M. Carvalho T. (2019). Alliance building and eventful protests: comparing Spanish and Portuguese trajectories under the Great Recession. Social Movement Studies,

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Queiroga, V. (2019). As eleições europeias de 2019 em Chipre: Entre a consolidação dos velhos protagonistas e a ameaça de uma nova força política. Relações Internacionais, 64, 101-115.

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Razzuoli, I., Raimundo, F. (2019). Party interest-group relations in Portugal: organizational linkages and party strategies (2008-2015). Mediterranean Politics, 24(5), 626-645.

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Santana Pereira, J., Nina, S. R., Delgado. D. (2019). Elections in Cape Verde, 1991-2016: testing the second-order election model in a consolidated semi-presidential African democracy. Cadernos de Estudos Africanos, 38, 67-91.

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