This was announced during the Political Studies Associations’ Annual Conference, held this year in Glasgow, yesterday. The winning article is currently free to access.
In 2016 the winner of the Politics Prize was Yulia Kiseleva, for her article: “Russia’s Soft Power: Discourse: Identity, Status, and the Attraction of Power”
Read Yulia Kiseleva’s blog: Great power identity behind Russia’s engagement with the West’s soft power.
This year four articles were nominated for the Politics Prize.
- Freidenvall, L. (2016) “Intersectionality and candidate selection in Sweden“. Politics 36(4): 355–363.
- Hathaway, T. (2016) “Lukes Reloaded: An Actor-Centred Three-Dimensional Power Framework“. Politics 36(2): 118-130.
- Stanley, L. (2016) “Using focus groups in political science and international relations“. Politics, 36(3): 236-249.
- Tonkiss, K. (2016) “Experiencing transnationalism at home: Open borders and the everyday narratives of non-migrants“. Politics 36(3): 324-337.
We are pleased to announce that the winner of the 2016 Politics Prize is: Terry Hathaway!
You can read the winning article and a blog by the winner below. The article is currently free to access:
- Article: “Lukes Reloaded: An Actor-Centred Three-Dimensional Power Framework“
- Blog: “Investigating Power: Corporations and TTIP“