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The distribution of authors and reviewers in EPS
(European Political Science, 2020-03-20)
Gender inequality as a phenomenon is also present in academic writing and publishing. In this article, we review the gender imbalance in the percentage of authors and reviewers in EPS from 2015 to 2019. At the submissions ...
The United Kingdom and European Union
(Oxford University Press, 2020-02-26)
Since the end of the Second World War a key question that successive United Kingdom (UK) governments have faced is the position that the country should occupy in global affairs. Such a question stemmed from the legacy of ...
Publishing in Political Science Journals
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2020)
Publication in academic journals is a critical part of the academic career. However, writing academic papers and getting them published is not a straightforward task. This article seeks to provide editors’ insights into ...
Looking back and looking forward: 20 years of European Political Science serving the political science community in Europe and beyond
Anniversaries are milestone events. They invite those involved to celebrate their achievements, but also reflect about the past, present and future. The 20th anniversary of European Political Science (EPS) is such a landmark. ...
(American Political Science Association, 2021-09-01)
Can Volunteering on ‘Real World’ Issues Influence Political Engagement among Young People? A UK case study
(American Political Science Association, 2021-07-26)
Political engagement among young people has been lower than other voting groups for several decades. In the United Kingdom, since 2010, the 18 - 24 age group has received considerable scrutiny in the wake of major political ...