Online First

Ferrín, Mónica. Online first. “Self-Employed Women in Europe: Lack of Opportunity or Forced by Necessity?” Work, Employment and Society, September, 09500170211035316.


Alba Alonso and Marta Lois (eds.). 2022. Género y política. Nuevas líneas de análisis ante la cuarta ola feminista, Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch

Alonso, Alba, and Isabel Diz Otero. 2022. “¿Nadando contra corriente? Resistencias a la promoción de la conciliación en las universidades españolas.” Revista Internacional de Sociología 80 (2): e208–e208.

Dotti Sani, Giulia M. 2022. “The Intrinsic Value of Childcare: Positive Returns of Childcare Time on Parents’ Well-Being and Life Satisfaction in Italy.” Journal of Happiness Studies 23 (5): 1901–21.

Dotti Sani, Giulia M, and Mario Quaranta. 2022. “Mapping Changes in Attitudes towards Gays and Lesbians in Europe: An Application of Diffusion Theory.” European Sociological Review 38 (1): 124–37.

Ferrín, Mónica. 2022. “Reassessing Gender Differences in COVID-19 Risk Perception and Behavior.” Social Science Quarterly. 103: 31– 41.

Ferrín, Mónica, Gema García-Albacete, and Irene Sánchez-Vítores. 2022. “How Long Does It Take to Admit That You Do Not Know? Gender Differences in Response Time to Political Knowledge Questions.” Research & Politics 9 (3): 20531680221117456.


Abendschön, Simone, and Gema García-Albacete. 2021. “It’s a Man’s (Online) World. Personality Traits and the Gender Gap in Online Political Discussion.” Information, Communication & Society 24 (14): 2054–74.

García-Albacete, Gema, and Javier Lorente. 2021. “Has the Great Recession Shaped a Crisis Generation of Critical Citizens? Evidence from Southern Europe.” South European Society and Politics 26 (2): 181–207.

Paleo, N. 2021. “Aproximación a la gobernanza desde una perspectiva feminista” en Adela Romero y Antonio Alejo (Dir.), Panorama de la gobernanza. Perspectiva y retos para su estudio en Iberoamérica. Valencia:Tirant lo Blanch.


Ferrín, Monica, Marta Fraile, Gema M García-Albacete, and Raul Gómez. 2020. “The Gender Gap in Political Interest Revisited.” International Political Science Review 41 (4): 473–89.

Fraile, Marta, and Irene Sánchez-Vítores. 2020. “Tracing the Gender Gap in Political Interest Over the Life Span: A Panel Analysis.” Political Psychology 41 (1): 89–106.


Ferrín, Monica, Marta Fraile, and Gema M. García-Albacete. 2019. “Who Learns in Information Rich Contexts? The Informative Effects of the 2015 Spanish Electoral Campaign.” The International Journal of Press/Politics 24 (3): 315–40.

Ferrín, Monica, Marta Fraile, and Gema M. García-Albacete. 2019. “Adult Roles and the Gender Gap in Political Knowledge: A Comparative Study.” West European Politics 42 (7): 1368–89.

Hochman, Oshrat, and Gema García-Albacete. 2019. “Political Interest among European Youth with and without an Immigrant Background.” Social Inclusion 7 (4): 257–78.

Sánchez-Vítores, Irene. 2019. “Different Governments, Different Interests: The Gender Gap in Political Interest.” Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society 26 (3): 348–69.


Fraile, M. 2018. “Brechas de género en la relación con la política: Implicación, conocimiento y participación”. Panorama Social 27 (primer semestre): 23-39.

Ferrín, Monica, Marta Fraile, and Gema García-Albacete. 2018. “Is It Simply Gender? Content, Format, and Time in Political Knowledge Measures.” Politics & Gender 14 (2): 162–85.


Ferrín, Monica, Marta Fraile, and Gema García-Albacete. 2017. “The Gender Gap in Political Knowledge: Is It All About Guessing? An Experimental Approach.” International Journal of Public Opinion Research 29 (1): 111–32.

Fraile, Marta, and Raul Gomez. 2017. “Bridging the Enduring Gender Gap in Political Interest in Europe: The Relevance of Promoting Gender Equality.” European Journal of Political Research 56 (3): 601–18.