Centre for Social Sciences – Key publications

Important publications, 1st half of 2020

  • Bartha Attila, Ilona Liliána Birtalan, Ágnes Neulinger, György Bárdos, Attila Oláh, József Rácz, Adrien Rigó: Community Supported Agriculture as a Driver of Food-Related Well-being. Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050) Vol. 12 Open Access. Q2, IF 2.592
  • Bartha Attila, Boda Zsolt, Szikra Dorottya: When Populist Leaders Govern: Conceptualising Populism in Policy Making. Politics and Governance (ISSN: 2183-2463) 2020, Volume 8, Issue 3, DOI: 10.17645/pag.v8i3.2922. Q1, IF 1.333
  • Bene Márton: Does context matter? A crosscountry investigation of the effects of the media context on external and internal political efficacy. International Journal of Comparative Sociology. Q1, IF 1.289
  • Dobos Balázs, Molnár Sansum Judit: Cultural Autonomy in Hungary: Inward or Outward Looking? Nationalities Papers (Cambridge University Press, online first, 2020), 1-16. Q1, Q2, IF 0,803
  • Feischmidt Margit: Deployed fears and suspended solidarity along the migratory route in Europe. Citizenship Studies, https://doi.org/10.1080/13621025.2020.1755157. Q1, 1.240
  • Feischmidt Margit, Zakariás Ildikó: How Migration Experience Affects the Acceptance and Active Support of Refugees? Philanthropy and Paid Work of Hungarian Migrants in the German Immigrant Service. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies. IF 0.89
  • Feischmidt Margit: Memory-politics and neo-nationalism: Trianon as mythomoteur. Nationalities Papers (2020), 48: 1, 130–143 doi:10.1017/nps.2018.72. Q1, IF 0.803.
  • Feischmidt Margit, Zakariás Ildikó: Producing the nation through philanthropy: Legitimising coethnic and prorefugee civic action in Hungary. Nations and Nationalism, early view, 25 February 2020. Q2, IF 0,44.
  • Gerő Márton, Sik Endre: The Moral Panic Button: construction and Consequences. In: Elżbieta M. Goździak, Izabella Main, Brigitte Suter (eds) Europe and the Refugee Response. Routledge. London. p. 39-58.
  • Keller Tamás: Differences in Roma and non-Roma students’ ratings of their peers’ popularity: an inquiry into the oppositional culture in Hungarian schools with the use of a survey experiment. Quality & Quantity. Q2, IF 1,34.
  • Kovách Imre, Czibere Ibolya, Megyesi Boldizsár: Environmental Citizenship and Energy Efficiency in Four European Countries (Italy, The Netherlands, Switzerland and Hungary). Sustainability 2020, 12(3), 1154. IF 2,592.
  • Kovách Imre, Balogh Péter, Bujdos Ágnes, Czibere Ibolya, Fodor László, Gabnai Zoltán,  Nagy János: Main Motivational Factors of Farmers Adopting Precision Farming in Hungary. Agronomy 2020, 10(4), 610; https://doi.org/10.3390/agronomy10040610 (registering DOI) pp 2-19. Q1, IF 2.259.
  • Kovács Éva: Limits of Universalization: The European Memory Sites of Genocide. The Holocaust/Genocide Template in Eastern Europe, edited by Ljiljana Radonić, Routledge 2019.
  • Körösényi András, Illés Gábor, Gyulai Attila: The Orbán Regime: Plebiscitary Leader Democracy in the Making. Routledge, May 2020.
  • Lukasz Gruszczynski: The COVID-19 Pandemic and International Trade: Temporary Turbulence or Paradigm Shift? European Journal of Risk Regulation (2020), 1-6. doi:10.1017/err.2020.29. Q2, SJR 0.33
  • Lukasz Gruszczynski, Margherita Melillo: The Vaping Crises in the United States: A Regulatory Failure? European Journal of Risk Regulation, vol. 11(1), pp. 131-140 (2020) Q2, SJR 0.33
  • Lukasz Gruszczynski, Jessica Lawrence: Trump, International Trade and Populism. Netherlands Yearbook of International Law, vol. 49, pp. 19-44 (2019). Q1  SJR 0.53
  • Megyesi Gergely Boldizsár, Nicole Bauer, Rares Halbac-Cotoara-Zamfir, Cristina Halbac-Cotoara-Zamfir: Attitudes and Environmental Citizenship. In: Conceptualizing Environmental Citizenship for 21st Century Education. Editors Andreas Ch. Hadjichambis, Pedro Reis, Demetra Paraskeva-Hadjichambi, Jan Činčera, Jelle Boeve-de Pauw, Niklas Gericke, Marie-Christine Knippels
  • Patkós Veronika, Szántó András: Does sophistication increase partisan bias? Evidence from a cross-national analysis. European Politics and Society, 2020 (Online first). Q2, Scimago 2-years citation score: 1,243.
  • Pócza Kálmán: Closing the Expectation Gap? Crisis of Hungarian Parliamentarism in the Inter-War Period. Remieg, Aerts; Carla, van Baalen; Henk, te Velde; Margit, van der Steen; Marie-Luise, Recker (szerk.) The Ideal of Parliament in Europe since 1800 (London: Palgrave Macmillan, (2019) pp. 139-158.)
  • Pócza Kálmán, Oliver W. Lembcke: Neue Wege der empirischen Verfassungsgerichtsforschung am Beispiel des Bundesverfassungsgerichts. Reutter, Werner (szerk.) Verfassungsgerichtsbarkeit in Bundesländern (Wiesbaden: Springer Verlag, 2020, pp. 77-98.)
  • Susánszky Pál, Sylvia Kritzinger: The 2019 EP election in Hungary. The 2019 EP election in Hungary , in: Kritzinger, Sylvia, Carolina Plescia, Kolja Raube, James Wilhelm, and Jan Wouters, eds. Assessing the 2019 European Parliament Elections. Vol. 1. Routledge, 2020.
  • Susánszky Pál, Unger Anna, Kopper Ákos: Hungary’s Over-powerful Government Party and the Desperate Opposition. European Review. IF 0.316.
  • Szép Viktor, Peter Van Elsuwege: EU Sanctions Policy and the Alignment of Third Countries: Relevant Experiences for the UK? Routledge, Abingdon, 2020
  • Takács Judit, Daniel H. de Vries, John Kinsman, Svetla Tsolova, Massimo Ciotti: Methodology for assessment of public health preparedness and response synergies between institutional authorities and the community. BMC Health Services Research, 20, 411 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-020-05298-z. Q1, IF 1,932.