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Edited By: Martin Coward and Kyle Grayson
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Learning and Teaching Prize
POLITICS is pleased to announce the winners of its inaugural Learning and Teaching Prize. The prize will be awarded every two years to the best leaning and teaching article published in POLITICS in the preceding two years.
The POLITICS Learning and Teaching Prize 2013 is awarded to:
Alasdair Blair, Steven Curtis, Mark Goodwin and Sam Shields, 'What Feedback do Students Want?', Politics, 33:1
The article can be accessed here
Annual Article Prize
POLITICS is pleased to announce the winner of its annual article Prize. The prize is awarded annually for the best article published in POLITICS in the preceding year.
The POLITICS Prize 2013 is awarded to: Fergal Davis, 'The Jury as a Political Institution in an Age of Counterterrorism', Politics, 33:1 (2013)
The article can be accessed free of charge here
The following articles selected by the Editors are now free to download:
Gendered Candidate Emergence in Britain: Why are More Women Councillors Not Becoming MPs?
Methods Teaching through a Discipline Research-Oriented Approach
Is the Failed State Thesis Analytically Useful? The Case of Yemen
Scottish Independence and the All-Affected Interests Principle
Rawls, the Well-Ordered Society and Intergenerational Justice