A New Issue of IPSR Published (Volume 40, Number 4, Sept. 2019)

A New Issue of IPSR Published (Volume 40, Number 4, Sept. 2019)

Posted by: Mr. Haluk Dag

Publication date: Tue, 24 Sep 2019

A new issue of International Political Science Review (IPSR) has been published. IPSR is committed to publishing peer-reviewed articles that make 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. IPSR reflects the aims and intellectual tradition of its parent body, the International Political Science Association: to foster the creation and dissemination of rigorous political inquiry while respecting different approaches and methods.

IPSR - Volume 40, Number 4, September 2019

Ethnonationalism and attitudes towards same-sex marriage and abortion in Northern Ireland
Bernadette C Hayes and John Nagle

Political values and extra-institutional political participation: The impact of economic redistributive and social libertarian preferences on protest behaviour
Maria T Grasso and Marco Giugni

Voters’ preferences for party representation: Promise-keeping, responsiveness to public opinion or enacting the common good
Annika Werner

How do different sources of partisanship influence government accountability in Europe?
Paul Whiteley and Ann-Kristin Kölln

A global analysis of how losing an election affects voter satisfaction with  democracy
Benjamin Farrer and Joshua N Zingher

Religion and foreign-policy views: Are religious people more altruistic and/or more militant?
Ivica Petrikova

Revisiting the Islamist–Secular divide: Parties and voters in the Arab world
Eva Wegner and Francesco Cavatorta

The political economy of state patronage of religion: Evidence from Thailand
Tomas Larsson

Long-term impacts of parliamentary gender quotas in a single-party system:  Symbolic co-option or delayed integration?
Devin K Joshi and Rakkee Thimothy

Thanks to Reviewers