The May 2016 issue of Politics is available now! It contains eight articles, including two focused on learning and teaching in politics and international relations. There are articles that look at the power of the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, the political use of social media by ethnic identity groups in the United States, the roll-call votes in Hong Kong’s Legislative Council, what determines geographical representation on party lists in Belgium, the best ways to teach students how to reference, public support for replacing democracy with expert rule and much more.
The contents of the May 2016 issue of Politics:
- Martin Coward, Kyle Grayson, Amanda Chisholm, Emily Clough, Valentina Feklyunina, and Andrew Walton: “Reflecting On Our Strengths and Strategy“
- Terry Hathaway: “Lukes Reloaded: An Actor-Centred Three-Dimensional Power Framework” – read the blog here!
- Jurgen De Wispelaere: “The Struggle for Strategy: On the Politics of the Basic Income Proposal“
- Lauri Rapeli: “Public Support for Expert Decision-Making: Evidence from Finland” – read the blog here!
- Trevor Rubenzer: “Social Media Foreign Policy: Examining the Political Use of Social Media by Ethnic Identity Groups in the United States” – read the blog here!
- Yu Wang and Minggang Peng: “Party Unity after Elections: A Study of the Roll-Call Votes in Hong Kong’s Legislative Council” – read the blog here!
- Gert-Jan Put: “Determinants of Geographical Representation on Candidate Lists in Flexible-List Systems: Lessons from the Belgian Case” – read the blog here!
- Aaron Ettinger: “Teaching the Post-September 11 Wars to the Post-September 11 Generation“
- Katja Sarmiento-Mirwaldt: “‘Routledge (58) Argues …’: A Quasi-Experimental Evaluation of Different Formats to Teach Students How to Reference” – read the blog here!
Politics is a journal of the Political Studies Association and has been in print since 1981. This is the second issue of our thirty-sixth volume; you can take a look back at our long history by reading the most cited articles from 1981-1985, 1986-1990, 1991-1995, 1996-2000, 2001-2005 and 2006-2010.