Journal of Women Politics & Policy

(The TQCC of Journal of Women Politics & Policy is 5. 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.)
#MeToo in Japan and South Korea: #WeToo, #WithYou44
Policymaking from a Gender+ Equality Perspective36
Gender, Race, and Descriptive Representation in the United States: Findings from the Gender and Multicultural Leadership Project25
Evaluation from a Gender+ Perspective as a Key Element for (Re)gendering the Policymaking Process18
A Portrait of Marginality in Sport and Education: Toward a Theory of Intersectionality and Raced-Gendered Experiences for Black Female College Athletes14
Breaking Out of the Ivory Tower: (Re)Thinking Inclusion of Women and Scholars of Color in the Academy13
Women’s Presence in Politics and Male Politicians Commitment to Gender Equality in Politics: Evidence from 290 Swedish Local Councils13
From Miss World to World Leader: Beauty Queens, Paths to Power, and Political Representations11
From the culture of poverty to the culture of single motherhood: The new poverty paradigm10
Authoritarian Personality and Gender Differences in Gun Control Attitudes9
A Fall from Grace: Women, Scandals, and Perceptions of Politicians7
The Myth of Women’s Political Empowerment within Lebanon’s Sectarian Power-Sharing System7
Gender and Black Presidential Politics: From Chisholm to Moseley Braun7
Policy Lessons from Low‐Income Mothers with Disabilities17
#MeToo What Kind of Politics? Panel Notes7
Making Policymakers More Gender Aware: Experiences and Reflections from the Women's Budget Group in the United Kingdom7
Sexual Coercion, Gender Construction, and Responsibility for Freedom: A Beauvoirian Account of Me Too7
Conditional Representation: Gendered Experiences of Combining Work and Family among Local Politicians6
Me Too Political Science: An Introduction6
Ending Sexual Harassment: Protecting the Progress of #MeToo6
Women, Public Pensions, and Poverty: What Can the United States Learn from Other Countries?6
Mentoring, Sexual Harassment, and Black Women Academics6
Title IX: Help or Hindrance?5
Law, Policy, and Sexual Abuse in the #MeToo Movement: USA Gymnastics and the Agency of Minor Athletes5
Political Science’s #MeToo Moment5
Understanding the Personal Impact of Sexual Violence and Assault5