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Research in Social Stratification and Mobility
Most Downloaded Articles in 2013. Free Access.

What better way to show you how successful Research in Social Stratification and Mobility has been in attracting great content, than to present you a selection of the top downloaded full-text articles of the first half of 2013.

Read the Top 5 most downloaded articles here.
All articles will be freely accessible until 31st October 2013.

1) Exploring the impact of male and female facial attractiveness on occupational prestige

2) Does capital at home matter more than capital at school? Social capital effects on academic achievement

3) Ivies, extracurriculars, and exclusion: Elite employers' use of educational credentials

4) Economic inequality, status perceptions, and subjective well-being in China's transitional economy

5) Work-family conflict in comparative perspective: The role of social policies

New discoveries, comprehensive reviews and critical insights, all selected on the basis of being the articles published in Research in Social Stratification and Mobility which received the highest number of downloads from the ScienceDirect platform.

On behalf of the editorial and publishing teams, I would like to thank all authors for their invaluable contribution and congratulate everybody on these excellent results.

With best regards,

Nicoline van der Linden
Sr. Vice President
Marketing Communication & Researcher Engagement STMJ


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