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Political Studies Review

Publisher: SAGE
Founded in: 2003
Category: PS (This is based on the Web of Science categorization.)
Twitter: @PolStudiesRev
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Open Access: No
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(The following only lists papers published after 15. August 2018.)

How Should Academics Engage in Policymaking to Achieve Impact?

What Is an Ombudsperson? Global Diffusion, International Standardization, and Institutional Diversification

Can Political Science Decolonise? A Response to Neema Begum and Rima Saini

Sorted for Memes and Gifs: Visual Media and Everyday Digital Politics

Telling the Story of the Superhero and the Anti-Politician as President: Donald Trump’s Branding on Twitter

An Alternative to Representation: Explaining Preferences for Citizens as Political Decision-Makers

The Explanatory Potential of ‘Dilemmas’: Bridging Practices and Power to Understand Political Change in Interpretive Political Science

The Transhistorical Tension between Bureaucratic Autonomy and Political Control

Labor Market Dualization and Insider–Outsider Divides: Why This New Conflict Matters