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40. Kirsti M. Jylhä, Pontus Strimling and Jens Rydgren. "Climate change denial among radical right-wing supporters".

39. Ian Hampson and Åke Sandberg. "The Swedish Contribution to Job Quality".

38. Kirsti M. Jylhä, Jens Rydgren and Pontus Strimling. "Xenophobia among radical and mainstream rightwing party voters: Prevalence, correlates, and effects on voter mobility".

37. Max Thaning. "Multidimensional Intergenerational Inequality: Resource Specificity in Education, Occupation, and Income".


36. Kirsti M. Jylhä, Jens Rydgren and Pontus Strimling. "Radical right-wing voters from right and left: Comparing Sweden Democrat voters who previously voted for the Conservative Party or the Social Democratic Party".

35. Martin Hällsten and Max Thaning. "Wealth vs. education, occupation and income – unique and overlapping influences of SES in intergenerational transmissions".

34. Max Thaning and Martin Hällsten. "The End of Dominance? Evaluating Measures of Family Background in Stratification Research ".


33. Karin Helmersson Bergmark. "Behavioral addictions: A social science perspective".

32. Johanna Palm. "Militant attitudes among Swedish employees. The role of class and social identification".

31. Anton B. Andersson. "Nest leaving and social capital: channels, housing tenures and resources".

30. Tina Goldschmidt, Martin Hällsten and Jens Rydgren. "Are They Hunkering Down? Revisiting the Relationship between Exposure to Ethnic Diversity, Intergroup Contact, and Group Trust".

29. Nina-Katri Gustafsson. "Substance Use Framed as Situational Action".

28. Nina-Katri Gustafsson and Peter Wennberg. "Developmental alcohol trajectories when price and availability changed".


27. Maria Brandén, Martin Hällsten and Ryszard Szulkin. "The intergenerational transmission of disadvantage: Education and labor market gaps between children of natives and children of immigrants".

26. Jens Rydgren and Maria Tyrberg. "Social Marginalization, Ethnic Threat, and Radical Right-wing Support in Sweden: A Multilevel Analysis".

25. Jens Rydgren and Sara van der Meiden. "Sweden, Now a Country Like All the Others? The Radical Right and the End of Swedish Exceptionalism".

24. Jens Rydgren, Dana Sofi and Martin Hällsten. "Beliefs about the Past and Trust: Evidence from Northern Iraq".


23. Åsa Wettergren and Stina Bergman Blix. "Power, status, and emotion management in professional court work–the case of judges and prosecutors".

22. Tina Goldschmidt and Jens Rydgren. "Social Distance, Immigrant Integration, and Welfare Chauvinism in Sweden".

21. Josefine C. Matysiak. "Personality matters: Personality traits in the Level of Living Survey and their relation to wage differences, gender and age".

20. Tina Goldschmidt. "Anti-immigrant sentiment and majority support for three types of welfare. The case of Germany".


19. Christofer Edling, Gergei Farkas and Jens Rydgren. "Women in Power: Sex Differences in Swedish Local Elite Networks".


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