- Kiseleva Y (2015) Russia’s Soft Power: Discourse: Identity, Status, and the Attraction of Power. Politics 35(3-4): 316-329
You can read Yulia’s blog post on this topic here: Great power identity behind Russia’s engagement with the West’s soft power
- O’Rourke B K, Hogan J , and Donnelly P F (2015) Developing an Elite Formation Index for Comparative Elite Studies: The Case of the Schooling of Irish and UK Cabinet Ministers. Politics 35(1): 3-18
You can read Brendan, John and Paul’s blog post on this topic here: Educating for advantage: Exclusive schools and senior politicians
- Royal Holloway Group PR3710 (2015) British MPs on British PMs: Parliamentary Evaluations of Prime Ministerial Success. Politics 35 (2): 111-127
You can read The Royal Holloway team’s blog post on this topic here: The prime ministerial ratings game: a parliamentary perspective
- Atkins Judi (2015) Narrating One Nation: The Ideology and Rhetoric of the Miliband Labour Party. Politics 35(1): 19-31
All of the articles are free to read as part of SAGE’s free online access period.
Congratulations to all the nominees, results will be announced at the Political Studies Association Annual Conference.