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On SAGE Insight: Exploring fatherhood norms and identifying norm patterns: What should a Russian father be like?

Article title: What should a Russian father be like? Exploring fatherhood norms and identifying norm patterns among inhabitants of Saint Petersburg From International Political Science Review Research on fathering, male role models, masculinity and fatherhood has expanded significantly in the … Continue reading

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Political scandal and new media: A technology of liberation?

Managing public outrage: Power, scandal, and new media in contemporary Russia From New Media & Society This article challenges the long held assumption that political scandals can only occur in liberal democracies, also as most studies on scandals were authored before … Continue reading

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Similarities and differences of how we define romantic love: A cross-cultural analysis

Cross-Cultural Analysis of Models of Romantic Love Among U.S. Residents, Russians, and Lithuanians From Cross-Cultural Research This study examines how men and women define romantic love.  It uses surveys to find some commonalities and differences among residents in the US, … Continue reading

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US nuclear safety claim is a “dangerous fantasy”

How US strategic antimissile defense could be made to work From Bulletin of Atomic Scientists Contrary to a new nuclear strategy adopted by the US government in April 2010, that relies on assumptions that the current missile defense systems will … Continue reading

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