- David Earnest and Jennifer Fish, Visual Sociology in the Classroom: Using Imagery to Teach the Politics of Globalization, Politics 34:3 (October 2014): 248-262
- Lesley Pruitt, Reflections on Possibilities and Challenges of Discussing Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) in Role-Play Simulations, Politics 35:1 (February 2015): 85-98
Read Lesley’s blog post about Discussing Sexual & Gender-based Violence (SGBV) in Role-play Simulations
- Matt Ryan, Clare Saunders, Emily Rainsford and Emma Thompson, Improving Research Methods Teaching and Learning in Politics and International Relations: A ‘Reality Show’ Approach, Politics 34:1 (February 2014): 85-97
- Koen Slootmaeckers, Bart Kerremans, and Johan Adriaensen, Too Afraid to Learn: Attitudes towards Statistics as a Barrier to Learning Statistics and to Acquiring Quantitative Skills, Politics 34:2 (June 2014): 191-200
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.