1988) 'Psychological Well-being Among Unemployed and Employed People After a Company Closedown: A Longitudinal Study', Journal of Social Issues 44.
What does JSI stand for?
JSI stands for Journal of Social Issues
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- Japan Securities Incorporated (Vietnam)
- Japan Spirit Importation (French automobile club)
- Japanese Society for Immunology (Tokyo, Japan)
- Japanese Standards Association
- Java Services Infrastructure
- JCALS (Joint Computer-Aided Acquisition and Logistics Support) Standard Interface
- John Snow, Inc (Boston, MA)
- Joint Support Item
- Joint Surface Index
- Journal of School Improvement
- Journal of Stomatological Investigation (oral medicine)
- Jozef Stefan Institute (est. 1949; Slovenia)
- Judicial Studies Institute (Dublin, Ireland)
- Julian Street Inn (San Jose, CA homeless shelter)
- Skiathos, Greece - Skiathos (Airport Code)
- Japan Semiconductor Industry Association
- Japan Soda Industry Association (est. 1948)
- Japan Surfactant Industry Association
- Japan Switchboard Industries Association
- Joint Service Induction Area (US Navy)
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This issue opens the 40th volume of the Australian Journal of Social Issues series.
The context of acceptability of topical microbicides: sexual relationships, Journal of Social Issues, 2004 (forthcoming); Coggins C et al.
Australian Journal of Social Issues 18(4):268-74, Nov.
Introduction At first glance, poverty does not feature prominently among the many articles that have appeared in The Australian Journal of Social Issues (AJSI) since it first appeared in 1961.
Hantover, "The Boy Scouts and the Validation of Masculinity," Journal of Social Issues 34 (1978): 191.
Pleck JH, Sonenstein FL and Ku LC, Masculine ideology: its impact on adolescent males' heterosexual relationships, Journal of Social Issues, 1993, 49(3):11-29; Pleck JH and O'Donnell LN, Gender attitudes and health risk behaviors in urban African American and Latino early adolescents, Maternal and Child Health Journal, 2001, 5(4):265-272; and Marsiglio W, Adolescent males' orientation toward paternity and contraception, Family Planning Perspectives, 1993, 25(1):22-31.