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Basic Information

Publisher: SAGE
Founded in: 1981
Homepage: http://journals.sagepub.com/ho...
Twitter: @JournalPolitics
• 56/175 in Political Science (Web of Science 2017)
Category: Political Science

Authors per paper:
     Average: 2
     Median: 3
References per paper:
     Average: 50
     Median: 48

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Latest papers

A reality check for students? How participating to the Model United Nations influences skills, IR perceptions, and perspectives on future career
Politics 2019-05-22

The influence of various measures of health on different types of political participation
Politics 2019-05-01

Othering as soft-power discursive practice: China Daily’s construction of Trump’s America in the 2016 presidential election
Politics 2019-04-17

Do democratic revolutions ‘activate’ participants? The case of Tunisia
Politics 2019-04-12

Meta-deliberation: everyday acts of critical reflection in deliberative systems
Politics 2019-03-27

What’s wrong with an epistocratic council?
Politics 2019-03-27

Welfare or politics? A survey experiment of political discontent and support for redistribution in Hong Kong
Politics 2019-03-22

First thoughts on taking over Politics
Politics 2019-03-18

All on the same boat? Voting for pirate parties in comparative perspective
Politics 2019-03-06

Preparing political science students for a non-academic career: Experiences from a novel course module
Politics 2019-02-07

A message from the PSA Chair
Politics 2019-01-31

Bringing the outside in: The limits of theoretical fragmentation and pluralism in IR theory
Politics 2019-01-31

Explaining the Australian marriage equality vote: An aggregate-level analysis
Politics 2018-12-29

How local personal vote-earning attributes affect the aggregate party vote share: Evidence from the Belgian flexible-list PR system (2003–2014)
Politics 2018-11-07

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