Politics

Cover image for Vol. 34 Issue 3

Edited By: Martin Coward and Kyle Grayson

Impact Factor: 0.477

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 99/156 (Political Science)

Online ISSN: 1467-9256

Associated Title(s): The British Journal of Politics & International Relations, Political Insight, Political Studies, Political Studies Review

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Papers published in 2014 seeing early citation

The Politics of Internet Filtering: The United Kingdom and Germany in a Comparative Perspective
Ben Wagner

Improving Research Methods Teaching and Learning in Politics and International Relations: A ‘Reality Show’ Approach
Matt Ryan, Clare Saunders, Emily Rainsford and Emma Thompson

Top 10 Papers published in 2012 and 2013

Arise, Novice Leader! The Continuing Rise of the Career Politician in Britain
Philip Cowley

Methods Teaching through a Discipline Research-Oriented Approach
Cristina Leston-Bandeira

Democratising the Learning Process: The Use of Twitter in the Teaching of Politics and International Relations
Alasdair Blair

Harnessing Political Theory to Facilitate Students' Engagement with Graduate 'Employability': A Critical Pyramid Approach
Fidelma Ashe

Producing and Governing Community (through) Resilience
Dan Bulley

Women in the Profession: The Composition of UK Political Science Departments by Sex
Stephen Bates, Laura Jenkins and Zoe Pflaeger

Rethinking the Definition and Role of Ontology in Political Science
Liam Stanley

Resilience in UK and French Security Strategy: An Anglo-Saxon Bias?
Jonathan Joseph

From Brochureware to 'MyBo': An Overview of Online Elections and Campaigning
Rachel Gibson

Agenda Setting and Democratic Innovation: The Case of the Sustainable Communities Act (2007)
Adrian Bua

Top 10 Papers that contributed to the 2013 Impact Factor

Why We Should Reject ‘Nudge’
Tom Goodwin

Arise, Novice Leader! The Continuing Rise of the Career Politician in Britain
Philip Cowley

Climate Change and Negative Duties
Thom Brooks

One Body of Evidence, Three Different Policies: Bovine Tuberculosis Policy in Britain
Adam Spencer

Women in the Profession: The Composition of UK Political Science Departments by Sex
Stephen Bates, Laura Jenkins and Zoe Pflaeger

Classifying Wilders: The Ideological Development of Geert Wilders and His Party for Freedom
Koen Vossen

The Reports of Multiculturalism's Death are Greatly Exaggerated
Patti Tamara Lenard

Population Growth in the UK: An Issue for Political Debate and Policy Intervention?
Diana Coole

Talking about Just War: Obama in Oslo, Bush at War
Cian O'Driscoll

Conceptualising Political Parties: A Normative Framework
Matteo Bonotti

The Top 10 most cited articles from POLITICS in 2012/13

Arise, Novice Leader! The Continuing Rise of the Career Politician in Britain
Cowley, Philip

Why We Should Reject 'Nudge'
Goodwin, Tom

Climate Change and Negative Duties
Brooks, Thom

Women in the Profession: The Composition of UK Political Science Departments by Sex
Bates, Stephen; Jenkins, Laura; Pflaeger, Zoe

The Reports of Multiculturalism's Death are Greatly Exaggerated
Lenard, Patti Tamara

Producing and Governing Community (through) Resilience
Bulley, Dan

What Feedback do Students Want?
Blair, Alasdair; Curtis, Steven; Goodwin, Mark; Shields, Sam

Rethinking the Definition and Role of Ontology in Political Science
Stanley, Liam

Public Opinion in Britain towards Military Action in Libya: A Micro-level Analysis
Clements, Ben

The Politics of Resilience from a Practitioner's Perspective: An Interview with Helen Braithwaite OBE
Brassett, James; Vaughan-Williams, Nick

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