2016 was a busy year for Politics.
We moved to our new publisher, SAGE, launched a new website, awarded two prizes, received our highest ever impact factor, became the Political Studies Association‘s highest ranked journal, announced four nominees for the best article of 2016, and ended the year by making all of our content free to download until the end of January 2017.
- Issue One of 2016 was published in February and included a Special Section on Democracy at Work: Committees, Campaigns and Participation, as well as articles in our Learning and Teaching in Politics and International Studies section.
- Issue Two of 2016 was published in May and included eight original articles, as well as a piece by our Editors on the journals strengths and strategy.
- Issue Three of 2016 was published in August and included a Special Issue on Everyday Narratives in World Politics.
- Issue Four of 2016 was published in November and included three Special Sections: Intersectionality and Political Science Research, Resurrecting IR Theory, and Teaching Africa and International Studies.
Issue One of 2017 is available online now and includes seven research articles and an editorial on Impact factors and the promotion of our authors’ articles.