Forthcoming Papers of the
Athens Journal of Social Sciences

The following papers have been reviewed, revised and accepted for publication. They will appear in one of the forthcoming issues of the Journal:

  1. Moayad Al Marrar & Eugene Allevato: Cognitive Dissonance: Affecting Party Orientation and Selective Recall of Political Information Available online 07 June 2021
  2. Akim M. Rahman: CO2 Emission from Brickfields in Bangladesh: Can Ethical Responsibility by Doing Reduce Level of Emission? Available online 12 May 2021
  3. Richard L. Miller & Tyler L. Collette: Cultural Differences in Children’s Recommended Punishment of Moral Transgressions Available online 12 May 2021
  4. Juliet Dinkha, Charles Mitchell, Bashar Zogheib & Aya Abdulhadi: The Online Looking Glass: The Study of Self Esteem and Narcissism on Instagram within a Patriarchal and Collectivist Society Available online 12 April 2021
  5. Yaffa Buskila, Tamar Chem Levi & Andrea Kayne: “If you rake me over the coals…” – The Emotional Intelligence of Benjamin Netanyahu: The Prime Minister of Israel, as Perceived by Israeli Citizens Available online 4 April 2021
  6. Barbara Zagaglia: Teaching in a Global World: Challenges and Opportunities for Small-Sized Universities – Insights from Italy Available online 31 March 2021
  7. Leda Nath, Nicholas Pedriana, Christopher Gifford, James W. McAuley & Marta Fülöp: Examining Moral Foundations Theory through Immigration Attitudes Available online 23 March 2021
  8. Baodong Liu, Porter Morgan & Dimitri Kokoromytis: Nation-State Contexts and Authoritarian Value Changes of Ethnic Chinese Available online 27 January 2021
  9. Eleni D. Tseligka: Greek Gastarbeiter in Germany and European Expatriates from Greece: Diaspora Interactions between Immigrants and Neo-Immigrants Available online 21 January 2021
  10. Mike Sosteric: Rethinking the Origins and Purpose of Religion: Jesus, Constantine, and the Containment of Global Revolution Available online 6 November 2020
  11. Maria-Irini Avgoulas & Rebecca Fanany: The Significance of Community for Greek Australians Living in Diaspora Available online 29 October 2020
  12. Giuseppe Masullo & Marianna Coppola: Psychological, Social and Imaginary Dimensions of LGB People who use Dating Apps: A Netnography Approach Available online 21 October 2020
  13. Corin L. Osborn & Ralph E. Cash: Effects of Interview Training with Simulated Patients on Suicide, Threat, and Abuse Assessment Available online 14 October 2020
  14. Giuseppe Michele Padricelli, Gabriella Punziano & Barbara Saracino: Virtual vs Digital: Examples of Netnography and Digital Ethnography in Tourism Studies for a Comparison between Methods Available online 2 October 2020