South European Society and Politics

(The TQCC of South European Society and Politics is 22. 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.)
From Political Islam to Conservative Democracy: The Case of the Justice and Development Party in Turkey74
Believing in Conspiracy Theories: Evidence from an Exploratory Analysis of Italian Survey Data61
From Traditional Clientelism to Machine Politics: the Impact of PASOK Populism in Greece58
Can the Welfare State as We Know It Survive? A View from the Crisis-Ridden South European Periphery58
The Contradictions of Agrotourism Development in Greece: Evidence from Three Case Studies58
From the Street to the Shops: The Rise of New Forms of Political Actions in Italy156
From Electoral Epidemic to Government Epidemic: The Next Level of the Crisis in Southern Europe53
Going National: Ciudadanos from Catalonia to Spain44
Killing Competitive Authoritarianism Softly: The 2019 Local Elections in Turkey38
Local Governments and Social Movements in the ‘Refugee Crisis’: Milan and Barcelona as ‘Cities of Welcome’35
Portugal’s Leftist Government: From Sick Man to Poster Boy?32
Women's Movement in Turkey at a Crossroads: From Women's Rights Advocacy to Feminism31
Socio-Economic Classification Models and Contextual Difference: The ‘European Socio-economic Classes’ (ESeC) from a South European Angle31
Emergence of a Dominant Party System After Multipartyism: Theoretical Implications from the Case of the AKP in Turkey30
Reassessing South European Pensions after the Crisis: Evidence from Two Decades of Reforms27
U-Turn: The Portuguese Radical Left from Marginality to Government Support25
From AKP’s ‘Conservative Democracy’ to ‘Advanced Democracy’: Shifts and Challenges in the Debate on ‘Europe’25
In Search of Strategies to Face the Economic Crisis: Evidence from Greek Farms23
Populism from Below: Socio-economic and Ideological Correlates of Mass Attitudes in Greece22
Competition in a Populist Authoritarian Regime: The June 2018 Dual Elections in Turkey22