Sources include The Journal of Asian Studies, Comparative Politics, Communist and Post-Communist Studies, and Political Science Quarterly.
What does PSQ stand for?
PSQ stands for Political Science Quarterly (journal)
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- Pipsqueak (gene)
- Planification Sanitaire Qualitative
- Platelet Sequestration
- Plug Squeeze Log
- Point of Sale Quantity
- Polar Spatial Query
- Police Station Qualification (UK)
- Policy, Strategy, and Quality (Central Scotland Police)
- Portland String Quartet
- Power Status Quo
- Power Strategy Questionnaire
- Pre-Screening Questionnaire
- Preliminary Site Questionnaire
- Presidential Studies Quarterly (Center for the Study of the Presidency)
- Presidio Saxophone Quartet
- Probable Timber Sale Quality
- Problem Solving Quarterly
- Professional Section Quarterly (American Diabetes Association)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Jackson, "Soviet Reassessment of Ronald Reagan, 1985-1988," Political Science Quarterly 113 [Winter 1998-99]: 617-44).
It is not uncommon to catch my students reading from the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Economist, and Political Science Quarterly, not to mention pocket copies of the Constitution, Common Sense, and inspirational books of quotations.
Pleas from politicians were interspersed with invitations to subscribe to The Atlantic Monthly, Current History, the Wilson Quarterly, Financial Times, Forbes, and a magazine he had never heard of entitled Political Science Quarterly, published by the Academy of Political Science (APS).
Galia Golan, "Gorbachev's Difficult Time in the Gulf,", Political Science Quarterly, vol.
More than half of the articles published in the Political Science Quarterly in five sample years in the early twentieth century dealt directly with current problems and events.
50 Paperback JZ1480 Originally appearing in the pages of Political Science Quarterly, these eight essays address contemporary problems of American foreign policy.