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Most cited articles
Top 3 most cited articles from Politics:
Increasing Turnout: A Compelling Case?
Liberalism, Democracy and the Ethics of Voting
Minorities and the National Ethos
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Top 3 most read articles from Politics:
Introducing Students to the Generic Terminology of Social Research
Teaching and Learning Ontology and Epistemology in Political Science
Stephen R. Bates, Laura Jenkins
State of the Art: Divided by a Common Language: Political Theory and the Concept of Power
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PoliticsJournal Prize- Free Access
The Politics Journal Prize 2012 was awarded to Richard Reed for his article: ‘Researching Ulster Loyalism: The Methodological Challenges of the Divisive and Sensitive Subject’ (Volume 32 Issue 3, October 2012)
Now Included in ISI
We are pleased to announce that Politics has been accepted for coverage under the ISI Social Sciences Citation Index.
Coverage will start with the current volume and the first official Impact Factor will be the 2011 Impact Factor (counting citations made in 2011 to papers published in 2009 and 2010). This will be released in June 2012.
The following articles selected by the Editors are now free to download:
Democratising the Learning Process: The Use of Twitter in the Teaching of Politics and International Relations
American Power: Crisis or Renewal?
Talking about Just War: Obama in Oslo, Bush at War
Contextualising the Teaching of Statistics in Political Science
Katharine Adeney and Sean Carey