New Issue of IPSR Published - March 2021

New Issue of IPSR Published - March 2021

Publication date: Tue, 23 Mar 2021

The latest issue of the International Political Science Review (IPSR) for March 2021 has been published. IPSA members can access the full IPSR archive from 1980 to the present through their My IPSA menu. Published by SAGE, IPSR is the journal of the International Political Science Association and is committed to publishing peer-reviewed material that makes a significant contribution to international political science. It seeks to appeal to political scientists throughout the world and in all sub-fields of the discipline who are interested in studying political phenomena in the context of increasing international interdependence and change.


Analyzing ethnographic interviews: Three studies on terrorism and nonviolent resistance

Stephanie Dornschneider

Gender novelty and personalized news coverage in Australia and Canada

Linda Trimble, Jennifer Curtin, Angelina Wagner, Meagan Auer, V K G Woodman and Bethan Owens

Democratic peace: Does ethnic inclusiveness reduce interstate conflict?

Seung-Whan Choi and Henry Noll

Democracy in Croatia: From stagnant 1990s to rapid change 2000-2011

Victoria Finn

When do consultative referendums improve democracy? Evidence from local referendums in Norway

Bjarte Folkestad, Jan Erling Klausen, Jo Saglie and Signe Bock Segaard

Institutional interests and the politics of constitutional amendment

Anna Fruhstorfer and Michael Hein

Crook! The impact of perceived corruption on non-electoral forms of political behaviour

Raffaele Bazurli and Martin Portos

Selecting party leaders, reform processes and methods: Examining the Australian and New Zealand Labour parties

William P Cross and Anika Gauja

Union structure, bounded solidarity and support for redistribution: Implication for building a welfare state

Jae-jin Yang and Hyeok Yong Kwon