Starting in January, SAGE Publishing – the parent of Social Science Space — began publishing the full journal portfolio of the London-based Political Studies Association. To mark that partnership with the UK’s preeminent learned society in political studies, SAGE is offering free access to the full archive of PSA journal articles.
Established in 1950 to develop and promote the study of politics, the PSA has an international membership including academics across political science and current affairs, theorists and practitioners, policy makers and students in higher education.
The PSA’s journals include the following:
- Political Studies – a leading international journal publishing academically rigorous and original work in all fields of politics and international relations. Sample article: Economic Losers, Protestors, Islamophobes or Xenophobes? Predicting Public Support for a Counter-Jihad Movement, Matthew J. Goodwin, David Cutts, and Laurence Janta-Lipinski
- Political Studies Review – providing unrivaled review coverage of new books and literature on political sciences in a timely and comprehensive way, the journal showcases a range of approaches to review and debate in the discipline. Sample article: Contemporary Pragmatist Political Theory: Aims and Practices, Michael Bacon and Clayton Chin
- The British Journal of Politics and International Relations – publishes innovative, cutting edge contemporary scholarship on international relations, comparative politics, public policy, political theory and politics and policy in the UK. Sample article: WTO Judicial Politics and EU Trade Policy: Business Associations as Vessels of Special Interest? Arlo Poletti, Dirk De Bièvre and Marcel Hanegraff
- Politics – disseminates timely, research-led reflections on the state of the art, the state of the world and the state of disciplinary pedagogy. Politics welcomes articles from politics and international studies scholars at all stages of their careers: research in progress; research-led reflections on contemporary events; and theoretically informed reflections on learning and teaching. Sample article: Zombies and IR: A Critical Reading, Erin Hannah and Rorden Wilkinson
- Political Insight – publishes globally accessible content targeted at an audience of lecturers, students, teachers and policy makers. Sample article: Power Shift in the EU? Simon Bulmer