It also looked very carefully at the three "mainstream" Canadian political studies journals in both French and English, the Canadian Journal of Political Science and its French-language equivalent, Politique et Societes and Canadian Public Administration.
What does CJPS stand for?
CJPS stands for Canadian Journal of Political Science
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See other definitions of CJPS
We have 4 other meanings of CJPS in our Acronym Attic
- Criminal Justice and Public Order Act (UK)
- Combined Joint Psychological Operations Task Force
- Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology (monthly publication)
- Coalition for Justice and Peace in Palestine (Dulwich Hill, New South Wales, Australia)
- Criminal Justice Partnership Program (various states)
- Criminal Justice Professionalism Program (Florida)
- Criminal Justice Policy and Planning Division (Connecticut Office of Policy and Management; Hartford, CT)
- Criminal Justice Policy Review
- California Joint Powers Risk Management Authority (San Ramon, CA)
- Canadian Journal of Plant Science
- Canine Juvenile Polyarteritis Syndrome
- Center for Justice and Peace Studies (Liberia)
- Chinese Journal of Polymer Science (World Scientific)
- Combined Joint Planning Staff
- California Joint Partial Settlement Agreement
- Continental Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Nigeria)
- Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory
- Chris and Jake Produced This (television production company)
- Concours Européen des Jeunes Professionnels du Vin (French: European Competition for Young Wine Professionals)
- Central Jersey Pop Warner (North Brunswick, NJ)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Canadian Journal of Political Science 40 (2) June: 283-316.
Canadian Journal of Political Science Source: Hix (2004).
: Political authority and legitimacy in Canada in the twenty-first century," Canadian Journal of Political Science 36, no.
Canadian Journal of Political Science 34, 3 (2001): 451-486.
Price, and Robert Krause, "Constituency Service among Canadian Provincial Legislators: Basic Findings and a Test of Three Hypotheses," Canadian Journal of Political Science (Dec.
Alan Cairns, "The Electoral System and the Party System in Canada" Canadian Journal of Political Science 1 (1968).
Matland, "The Dynamics of Women's Representation in the Canadian Provinces, 1975-1994", Canadian Journal of Political Science, Vol.