South European Society and Politics

(The TQCC of South European Society and Politics is 9. 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
Yet Another Populist Party? Understanding the Rise of Brothers of Italy12
Regaining Trust: Evidence-Informed Policymaking during the First Phase of the Covid-19 Crisis in Greece11
Political Polarisation in Greece: The Prespa Agreement, Left/Right Antagonism and the Nationalism/Populism Nexus11
The Rise of (Faulty) Euroscepticism? The Impact of a Decade of Crises in Spain9