South European Society and Politics

(The H4-Index of South European Society and Politics is 14. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Affective Polarisation in Times of Political Instability and Conflict. Spain from a Comparative Perspective27
The Multiple Spanish Elections of April and May 2019: The Impact of Territorial and Left-right Polarisation25
Euroscepticism in Italy from the Onset of the Crisis: Tired of Europe?23
Defeating Populists: The Case of 2019 Istanbul Elections18
Looking for Affective Polarisation in Spain: PSOE and Podemos from Conflict to Coalition18
Italy, the Sick Man of Europe: Policy Response, Experts and Public Opinion in the First Phase of Covid-1917
Two-bloc Logic, Polarisation and Coalition Government: The November 2019 General Election in Spain16
Two-partyism Reloaded: Polarisation, Negative Partisanship, and the Return of the Left-right Divide in the Greek Elections of 201915
Polarisation in Southern Europe: Elites, Party Conflicts and Negative Partisanship14
Populism Put to the Polarisation Test: The 2019–20 Election Cycle in Italy14
Street-level Bureaucrats and Coping Mechanisms.The Unexpected Role of Italian Judges in Asylum Policy Implementation14
Polarisation and Electoral Realignment: The Case of the Right-Wing Parties in Spain14
Back to the Post-Fascist Past or Landing in the Populist Radical Right? The Brothers of Italy Between Continuity and Change14
Who Is Patriarchal? The Correlates of Patriarchy in Turkey14