Political Science

(The TQCC of Political Science is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
The Effect of Aid On Capacity To Adapt To Climate Change: Insights From Niue47
'Nowhere Far From the Sea': Political Challenges of Coastal Adaptation To Climate Change in New Zealand23
‘Unsophisticated and unsuited’16
Decolonisation starts in a name10
Legislative representation and gender (bias)8
State of the nation: trends in New Zealand voters’ polarisation from 2009–20185
Personality traits and political participation in Taiwan: a mediation approach4
Political freedom, news consumption, and patterns of political trust: evidence from East and Southeast Asia, 2001-20164
The Political Consequences of Labour’s New Right Agenda: Findings from the Fendalton Survey, 19874
Model of behavioural strategies for coping with party ambivalence3
The impact of supporters’ ideological preferences on parties’ coalition choices: Evidence from New Zealand and Japan3
The political constitution: from Westminster to Waitangi3
The Maritime Transportation of Nuclear Materials: a View From New Zealand2
A pivotal shift: Europe’s strategic partnerships and rebalance to East Asia2
Non-voting in the 2018 Romanian referendum: the importance of initiators, campaigning and issue saliency2
Moral Philosophy and Natural Law: From the Cambridge Platonists to the Scottish Enlightenment2
Liberals should pray for rain: weather, opportunity costs of voting and electoral outcomes in South Korea2
Book Review: A Humanist in Africa, Letters to Colin Morris from Kenneth Kaunda, President of Zambia. Longmans, 1966. 136 pages.1
Gender and Electoral Behaviour in New Zealand: Findings from the Present and the Past1
Political Theory as Evocation: Notes from a Commonplace Book1
An analysis of the 2014 New Zealand general election: do Internet use and online party mobilisation matter?1
Electoral Status and Candidate Selection: Data and findings from the 1979 British Direct Election to the European Parliament1
Mythology and Society: Three Examples from New Zealand Politics and Culture1
Great powers and Asia’s destiny1
Still friends? Revisiting New Zealand public servants’ perceptions of ministerial advisers1
Do diplomatic visits promote official development aid? Evidence from Japan1
Making Green Parties Succeed: What Can Be Learned From The Experiences of Values and Die Grunen?1
From Faction to Party; The Role and Authority of the Leader1
Military Manpower Procurement: From Conscription to a Voluntary Service1