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Neglected Papers

So many butterflies: Isaiah Berlin and the challenge of strategy

Split Vision: Multidimensionality in the European Union's Legal Policy Space

Assessment of rehabilitation projects results of a gold mine area using landscape function analysis

Remote sensing-based mapping of the destruction to Aleppo during the Syrian Civil War between 2011 and 2017

Palfrey, C.The Future for Health Promotion. Bristol: Policy Press. 2018. 224 pp £24.99 (pbk) £24.99 (ebk) ISBN 978‐1447341239

Understanding behaviour change in context: examining the role of midstream social marketing programmes

Limits of engagement? The sunshine policy, nuclear tests, and South Korean views of North Korea 1995–2013

Characterising labour market self-containment in London with geographically arranged small multiples

Six Uses of Analytics: Digital Editors’ Perceptions of Audience Analytics in the Newsroom

Bridging transformational leadership, transparent communication, and employee openness to change: The mediating role of trust

Organic rural development: Barriers to value in the quest for qualities in Jordanian olive oil

Custodial suicide and class action remedies: Current obstacles and future directions

The urban environment and East Asian queer film festivals

The Family as a Stronghold of State Stability: Two Contradictions in China’s Anti-Domestic Violence Efforts

book review: Singing for Our Lives: Stories From the Street Choirs

Beyond the media’s radar: Introducing the Intifada Non-Media-Based Dataset

Alpha, Omega, and the Letters in Between: LGBTQI Conservative Christians Undoing Gender

Facing the Refugee Challenge in Europe: A Litmus Test for the European Union

Is There a Right to Human Dignity? The Example of the Right to Education of Refugees

A Bird’s Eye View on ECJ Judgments on Immigration, Asylum and Border Control Cases

Governing the Central Mediterranean through Indirect Rule: Tracing the Effects of the Recognition of Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Tripoli

Expulsions: The Construction of a Hostile Environment in Calais

The Global Compact for Migration: Lessons for the Unity of EU Representation

Geomorphology of the coastal alluvial fan complex Guanillos, northern Chile

Drawing conclusions about what co-participants know: Knowledge-probing question–answer sequences in new employee orientation lectures

Exceptions to authoritarianism? Variegated sovereignty and ethnonationalism in a Siberian resource frontier

A polyhedra-based model for moving regions in databases

Sensitivity of disease cluster detection to spatial scales: an analysis with the spatial scan statistic method

Human Rights in the Public Sector

Japan decides 2017. The Japanese General Election (2018). By Robert J. Pekkanen, Steven R. Reed, Ethan Scheiner, and Daniel M. Smith. London: Palgrave Macmillan, $39.99.

Big Stadium, Small City: A Catalyst for Turbulence and Governance Reforms

Relational Agriculture: Gender, Sexuality, and Sustainability in U.S. Farming

Gender and Digital Culture: Between Irreconcilability and the Datalogical. By Helen Thornham. London and New York: Routledge, 2019. 174 pp. $140 (hardcover).

The Process Performance of the WTO Trade Policy Review Mechanism: Peer‐Reviewing Reconsidered

Book Review: The Happiness Fantasy

Sustainable landscapes and landscape sustainability: A tale of two concepts

Investigating the particularities of regionalization: contested state–federal relations and the politics of Alaska’s Arctic Policy

Spatial Discontinuities in Support for Hydraulic Fracturing: Searching for a “Goldilocks Zone”

Images of Rabbi Uziel and their place in his commemoration

Editorial: conference culture and the benefits of connection

John Chappell, FAA (1940–2018)

A critical assessment of the wicked problem concept: relevance and usefulness for policy science and practice

Extending public relationship-building through the theory of politeness

Willy Brandt and International Relations: Europe, the USA, and Latin America, 1947–1992
German History | History 2019-05-17

Protecting essential information about genetic variants as trade secrets: a problem for public policy?

Prediction of airborne pollen concentrations for the plane tree as a tool for evaluating allergy risk in urban green areas

Five Seconds to the Ad: How Program-Induced Mood Affects Ad Countdown Effects

Getting Their Way: Bias and Deference to Trial Courts

Language, Identity, and Transnational Communication: Chinese Business Expatriates in Africa

David C. Evans

The Role of Rhetoric in Engineering Judgment

A Comparative Study of Temporary and Ongoing Teams on e-Environment

Presidential Communication and Character: White House News Management from Clinton and Cable to Twitter and Trump

Revisiting the diversity-urban development nexus: Perspectives from Israeli immigrant towns

Foreword

Peers that Count: The Influence of Deskmates on Test Scores

AIS in maritime research

“I’m Not Really 100% a Woman If I Can’t Have a Kid”: Infertility and the Intersection of Gender, Identity, and the Body

The Importance of Variables in Composite Indices: A Contribution to the Methodology and Application to Development Indices

Intersections of nationality, gender, race and crime in news reporting: The case of Oscar Pistorius – Olympian and murderer

Relating social and symbolic relations in quantitative text analysis. A study of parliamentary discourse in the Weimar Republic
Poetics | Sociology 2019-05-18

Potential and impediments to senior citizens’ volunteering to maintain basic services in shrinking regions

Public export credit insurance in the Netherlands: an input‐output approach

Correction to: Beyond Formal Access: Organizational Context, Working From Home, and Work–Family Conflict of Men and Women in European Workplaces

Agricultural shocks and drivers of livelihood precariousness across Indian rural communities

Todd LeVasseur: Religious agrarianism and the return of place: from values to practice in sustainable agriculture

The Law of Blood: Thinking and Acting as a Nazi
German History | History 2019-05-19

To Belong in Buenos Aires: Germans, Argentines, and the Rise of a Pluralist Society
German History | History 2019-05-19

Menschenzucht: Frühe Ideen und Strategien, 1500–1870
German History | History 2019-05-19

Kindheit und Emotion: Kinder und Ihre Lebenswelten in der Europäischen Frühen Neuzeit
German History | History 2019-05-19

The Politics of Reproduction: Race, Medicine, and Fertility in the Age of Abolition, by Katherine Paugh

Assessing the Capacity of DRDoS-For-Hire Services in Cybercrime Markets

The new enclosure: the appropriation of public land in neoliberal Britain

Gender, marriage, and the dynamic of (im)mobility in the mid-Western hills of Nepal
Mobilities | Geography 2019-05-20

The future of the Pelagic Advisory Council: Repositioning the organization in the face of BREXIT