Publications

Publications of the POLINQ Political Inequality project

Books on Political Inequality

Dubrow, Joshua K. and Adrianna Zabrzewska (eds.) 2020. Gender Quotas in the Post-Communist World: Voice of the Parliamentarians. Warsaw: IFiS Publishers.

Zabrzewska, Adrianna, and Joshua K. Dubrow (eds.) 2022. Gender, Voice, and Violence in Poland: Women’s Protests during the Pandemic. Warsaw: IFiS Publishers.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf and Nika Palaguta (eds). 2016. Towards Electoral Control in Central and Eastern Europe. Warsaw: IFiS Publishers.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf (ed.). 2015. Political Inequality in an Age of Democracy: Cross-national Perspectives. London: Routledge.

Guest Edited Issues of Academic Journals on Political Inequality

Dubrow, Joshua K. 2021. Political Voice in Europe. International Journal of Sociology, Volume 51, Issue 4.

Lopez, Matias and Joshua K. Dubrow. 2020. “Why Political Inequality Endures: Elites, Contestation and Participation in Modern Democracies.” American Behavioral Scientist 64(9).

Sadowski, Ireneusz and Joshua K. Dubrow. 2018. The Ballot Box Revolutions in Ukraine, Poland, and HungaryInternational Journal of Sociology 48(1).

Jenkins, J. Craig, Kazimierz M. Slomczynski and Joshua Kjerulf Dubrow. 2016. Special Issue: Political Behavior and Big DataInternational Journal of Sociology 46(1).

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf and Soraya Vargas Cortes. 2013. Special Issue: Democracy, Global Governance and Political InequalityInternational Journal of Sociology 43(2).

Cortes, Soraya Vargas and Joshua Kjerulf Dubrow. 2013. Dossier Section: Desigualdade Política, Democracia e Governança Global [Political Inequality, Democracy and Global Governance] in Sociologias [Brazil] 15(32).

Cortes, Soraya Vargas and Joshua Kjerulf Dubrow. 2011. Special Issue: Political Inequality in Latin America. International Journal of Sociology 41 (2).

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf. 2008. Special Issue: Causes and Consequences of Political Inequality in Cross-National Perspective. International Journal of Sociology 37 (4).

Articles on Political Inequality

Dubrow, Joshua K., Irina Tomescu-Dubrow, and Olga Lavrinenko. 2022. “Contacting a public official: Concept and measurement in cross-national surveys, 1960s–2010s” Social Science Quarterly DOI: 10.1111/ssqu.13177

Dubrow, Joshua K. 2021. “Local Data and Upstream Reporting as Sources of Error in the Administrative Data Undercount of Covid 19.” International Journal of Social Research Methodology. DOI: 10.1080/13645579.2021.1909337

Dubrow, Joshua K. “Guest Editor’s Introduction: Political Voice in Europe.” International Journal of Sociology 51, no. 4 (2021): 257-259.

Lopez, Matias and Joshua K. Dubrow. 2020. “Politics and Inequality in Comparative Perspective: A Research Agenda.” American Behavioral Scientist 64(9): 1199 – 1210.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf. 2015. “Political inequality is International, Interdisciplinary and Intersectional.” Sociology Compass 9(6): 477-486.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf and Marta Kolczynska. 2015. “A quem pertence o estudo da democracia? Sociologia, ciência política e a promessa da interdisciplinaridade na Sociologia política desde 1945 [Who Owns the Study of Democracy? Sociology, Political Science, and the Interdisciplinary Promise of Political Sociology since 1945] Sociology since 1945].” Sociologias 17(38): 92 – 120.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf and Soraya Vargas Cortes. 2013. “Guest Editors’ Introduction: Democracy, Global Governance and Political Inequality.” International Journal of Sociology 43(2): 3 – 12.

Portuguese language version, “Desigualdade Política, Democracia e Governança Global.” Sociologias [Brazil] 15(32): 14-17, January 2013.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf. 2013. “Democratic Global Governance, Political Inequality, and the Nationalist Retrenchment Hypothesis.” International Journal of Sociology 43(2): 55 – 69.

Portuguese language version, “Governança Global Democrática, Desigualdade Política e a Hipótese da Resistência Nacionalista.” Sociologias [Brazil] 15(32): 94 – 110, January 2013.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf. 2012. “Dynamics of Political Inequality of Voice: Romanian and Polish Women’s Parliamentary Representation since 1945.” Studia Sociologia 57(1): 3 – 25.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf. 2012. “Do Political Parties Represent Women, the Poor and the Old? Party Image, Party System and Democracy.” International Journal of Sociology 42(1): 78 – 86.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf. 2011. “The Importance of Party Ideology: Explaining Parliamentarian Support for Political Party Gender Quotas in Eastern Europe.” Party Politics 17(5): 561-580.

Pawlowski, Lukasz and Joshua Kjerulf Dubrow. 2011. “Worlds Apart? Political Theorists, Parliamentarians and the Meaning of Unequal Representation.” Polish Sociological Review 175(3): 301 – 314.

Cortes, Soraya Vargas and Joshua Kjerulf Dubrow. 2011. “Guest Editors’ Introduction: Political Inequality in Latin America.” International Journal of Sociology 41 (2): 3-9.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf. 2010. “Cross-National Measures of Political Inequality of Voice.” Ask: Research and Methods 19: 93-110.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf. 2008. “How Can We Account for Intersectionality in Quantitative Analysis of Survey Data? Empirical Illustration of Central and Eastern Europe.” Ask: Research and Methods 17: 85-102.

Yamokoski, Alexis and Joshua Kjerulf Dubrow. 2008. “How Do Elites Define Influence? Personality and Respect as Sources of Social Power.” Sociological Focus 41(4): 319-336.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf, Kazimierz M. Slomczynski and Irina Tomescu-Dubrow. 2008. “Effects of Democracy and Inequality on Soft Political-Protest in Europe: Exploring the European Social Survey Data.” International Journal of Sociology 38(3): 36 – 51.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf. 2006. “Women’s Representation in the Romanian Chamber of Deputies, 1992 – 2005: The Effect of District Economic Development.” International Journal of Sociology 36 (1): 93-109.

Kwak, Joonghyun, Irina Tomescu-Dubrow, Kazimierz M. Slomczynski, and Joshua K. Dubrow. 2020. “Youth, Institutional Trust, and Democratic Backsliding.” American Behavioral Scientist 64, no. 9: 1366-1390.

Lavrinenko, Olga. “Cognition and protest in democratic and authoritarian regimes, 1981–2020.” International Sociology (2022): DOI: 02685809211068664.

Lavrinenko, Olga. “Exploring Protest in Europe with a Multi-Level Cross-National Test of the Structural Cognitive Model.” International Journal of Sociology (2021): 1-15.

Li, Olga. “Grievances and political action in Russia during Putin’s rise to power.” International Journal of Sociology (2021): 1-17.

Lopez, Matias and Joshua K. Dubrow. 2020. “Politics and Inequality in Comparative Perspective: A Research Agenda.” American Behavioral Scientist 64(9): 1199 – 1210.

Muliavka, Viktoriia. “Bringing grievances back into social movement research: the conceptual and empirical case.” Social Movement Studies (2020): 1-19.

Muliavka, Viktoriia. “Political Participation and Institutional Trust of Young Adults in Ukraine: Matching Conditions of Economic Grievance and Political Mobilization with European Social Survey Fieldwork Periods, 2004-2012.” ASK. Research and Methods 27, no. 1 (2018): 61-86.

Zelinska, Olga. “How Protesters and the State Learn From One Another: Spiraling Repertoires of Contention and Repression in Ukraine, 1990-2014.” American Behavioral Scientist 64, no. 9 (2020): 1271-1298.

Zelinska, Olga, and Joshua K. Dubrow. “PaReSoGo: Dataset on party representation of social groups for 25 countries, 2002–2016.” Party Politics (2021).

Data to Analyze Political Inequality

Dubrow, Joshua K.; Lavrinenko, Olga: POLINQ-Participation: Political Inequality of Voice [data]. Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Polish Academy of Sciences [producer], Warsaw, 2021. PADS22001. Polskie Archiwum Danych Społecznych [distributor], Repozytorium Danych Społecznych [publisher], 2022. https://doi.org/10.18150/PC8QZQ, V1

Zelinska, Olga; Dubrow, Joshua K.: Party Representation of Social Groups (PaReSoGo) [data]. Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences [producer], Warsaw, 2021. PADS21317. Polish Social Data Archive [distributor], Repozytorium Danych Społecznych [publisher], 2021. https://doi.org/10.18150/NPXPAT, V1

East European Parliamentarian and Candidate Data (EAST PaC) for Poland, Hungary, and Ukraine, 1985–2015. Version 2.0. Funded by Poland’s National Science Centre (decision number 2012/05/E/HS6/03556).

Book Chapters on Political Inequality

Dubrow, Joshua K. and Corina Ilinca. 2019. “Quantitative Approaches to Intersectionality: New Methodological Directions and Implications for Policy Analysis,” pp. 195 – 214 in The Palgrave Handbook of Intersectionality in Public Policy edited by Olena Hankivsky and Julia S. Jordan-Zachery. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hughes, Melanie and Joshua K. Dubrow. 2017. “Intersectionality and Women’s Political Empowerment Worldwide,” pp. 77 – 96 in Measuring Women’s Political Empowerment across the Globe edited by Alexander A., Bolzendahl C., Jalalzai F. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf. 2013. “Why Should Social Scientists Account for Intersectionality in Quantitative Analysis of Survey Data?” pp. 161 – 177 in Intersectionality und Kritik, edited by Vera Kallenberg, Jennifer Meyer, and Johanna M. Müller. Springer VS.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf, Karolina Papros and Dorota Woroniecka. 2012. “Postawy Polskich Parlamentarzystow Wobec Kwot Dotyczacych Plci [Polish Parliamentarians’ Attitudes toward Gender Quotas],” pp. 145 – 164 in Tozsamosc, Zaufanie, Integracja: Polska i Europa edited by Wlodzimierz Wesolowski and Kazimierz M. Slomczynski. Warsaw: IFiS Publishers.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf. 2008. “Świadomość klasowa interesów politycznych: Pojęcie i pomiar [Class Consciousness of Political Interests: Concept and Measurement]” pp. 271 – 292 in Zmiany stratyfikacji społecznej w Polsce edited by Henryk Domanski. IFiS: Warsaw.

Dubrow, Joshua Kjerulf. 2007. “Voting for Descriptive Representation: Demographic Cues across Multiple Elections” pp. 271 – 286 in Continuity and Change in Social Life: Structural and Psychological Adjustment in Poland, edited by Kazimierz M. Slomczynski and Sandra Marquart-Pyatt. IFiS: Warsaw.