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Looking at the articles that have appeared in the American Political Science Review (APSR), American Journal of Political Science (AJPS), and Journal of Politics (JOP)--three general political science journals that are routinely ranked at the top of Thomson Reuters' Journal Citation Reports--one sees a lack of attention placed on public law and normative concerns.
Sources include Law and Society Review, American Journal of Political Science, International Review of Law and Economics, and Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, among many others.
The study is detailed in the American Journal of Political Science.
Sources include Journal of Marketing Research, State Politics and Policy Quarterly, American Journal of Political Science, and Journal of World-Systems Research, among many others.
The study appears in the American Journal of Political Science.
American Journal of Political Science 44 (January): 35-50.
and Stanford's Shanto Iyengar) and appearing in the July 2000 American Journal of Political Science, "Prime Suspects: The Influence of Local Television News on the Viewing Public" uses three different methods -- content analysis, controlled experiments and field surveys.
Presidents with approval ratings that are significantly above or below average have the greatest propensity to take unpopular positions," they wrote in a paper that will be published in the American Journal of Political Science in October 2004.