To help support the four issues of the journal that were published in 2016, Politics’ authors also submitted a number of readable blogs. These helped our content read a wider audience and led to an increase in the downloads of all our peer-reviewed journal articles.
In order of publication, the five articles that attracted the most readers in 2016 were:
- Great power identity behind Russia’s engagement with the West’s soft power by Yulia Kiseleva
- Learning and Teaching Through Popular Culture: Gender, Power and Authority in Game of Thrones by William Clapton and Laura J. Shepherd
- How Ordinary People Talk About Terrorism by Richard Jackson
- Who tells the story of war and peace: international actors, national elites or local actors? by Roger Mac Ginty and Pamina Firchow
- The Putin-Enemy and US: How American Media Makes Sense of Russia by Andrei P. Tsygankov
You can download all of these articles and many more for free until the end of January 2017!
Writing a blog is one way of helping to promote articles visibility and popularity.
Read more tips and advise to help promote your work in 2017, courtesy of Politics Associate Editor Amanda Chisholm.