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This article is a secondary analysis of the data gathered from 12 focus groups which were set up in 2006 with 64 members of three communities (Somali, Chinese and Lebanese origins). Its aim is to explore the barriers to social integration encountered by y... see more

Caroline de la Motte Fouqué was one of the most productive women writers of the romantic and early Restoration period in Germany. This author of numerous novels and shorter prose has been re-valued by gender-orientated scholarly research as a wr... see more

Representations of gender crossing go back to a rich tradition in Hungarian literature. The most conspicuous achievements for performing gender passing on the authorial plane are epitomized in such fictionalized female literary alter egos as Erzsébet Lóny... see more

The contribution deals with a cultural memory and a tourism in the case of cross-border shopping in Slovenia, a former socialist republic of Yugoslavia. It points out the special position that Slovenia had with its geographical location while sharing bord... see more

The current research examines the cross-national relationship between income and gender inequality as well as their interconnected influences on both female and male homicide victimization. Using a sample of 127 heterogeneous countries, this research supp... see more

Hypertension has become the leading cause of death worldwide; data on hypertension among Nanchang adults are sparse. The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence and gender-specific influencing factors of hypertension in adults in Nanchang, Chi... see more

Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have been referred to as “the great equalizer” between men and women. Our research in India and Chile explores how gender and class identities intersect with ICTs in the context of shared computing environ... see more

This study investigates mental health and substance use problems associated with gambling among Canadian emerging adults (ages 18–20 years). Drawing on a cross-sectional wave of 624 (47.8% male) participants from the Manitoba Longitudinal Study of Young A... see more

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