Tag Archives: gender differences

On SAGE Insight: How do we make substance abuse treatment for young people more equal?

In a recent study that I published with my colleague Mikael Dahlberg in Nordic Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, we found that girls with substance abuse problems appear to have more difficult childhoods and family environments than boys. In addition, … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: Is it better to invest in hard or soft skills?

From The Economic and Labour Relations Review In the labour market there are hard skills (embodied in acquired qualifications) and so-called soft skills (e.g. overcoming barriers in communications, building relationships with customers, work planning, cooperation with others, etc.). There are … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: The virtual world of social networking sites: Adolescent’s use and experiences

From Psychology & Developing Societies Social networking has evolved as a preferred medium of communication for individuals today. Given the pervasive nature of social media in the context of the present day, where every adolescent has at least one account on … Continue reading

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Factors associated with exposure to violent or degrading pornography among high school students

From The Journal of School Nursing                                                                      … Continue reading

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Compensation negotiation among women in the workplace

How can Women Escape the Compensation Negotiation Dilemma: Relational Accounts are One Answer From Psychology of Women Quarterly Studies have shown that women are less likely to take the most direct approach to ensure that they receive fair pay compared … Continue reading

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Real men don’t eat quiche: regulation of gender-expressive choices by men

From: Social Psychological and Personality Science While it is recognized that Barbie dolls are perceived as feminine and Action figures as masculine, less is considered about the gender associations related to everyday items like the food we choose to eat. This … Continue reading

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