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Queer People’s Communication With Families of Origin

"When a queer person decides to disclose their queer identity and “come out” of the closet, family members are often at the center of those disclosures. These family members may serve to support their queer family member or hinder them, and some members’ actions can accomplish both simultaneously. ..." – By Cimmiaron Alvarez and Kristina K. Scharp

Education, Inequality, and Political Behavior

"Educational level is one of the strongest factors in explaining how citizens behave in politics. Political scientists have shown time and again that the higher their level of formal education, the more people are interested in politics, the more they trust politicians, and the more they participate in politics. ..." – By Mark Bovens and Anchrit Wille

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APRIL 22, 2021

What's New: April 2021

In April 2021, more than 121 new 7 revised articles have been published on the Oxford Research Encyclopedias platform.

MARCH 24, 2021

What's New: March 2021

In March 2021, more than 310 new and 11 revised articles have been published on the Oxford Research Encyclopedias platform.

FEBRUARY 24, 2021

What's New: February 2021

In February 2021, more than 190 new and 14 revised articles have been published on the Oxford Research Encyclopedias platform.