Nbr. 65-4, December 2017
- Anger, Anxiety and Corruption Perceptions: Evidence from France
- Catharine Macaulay’s Republican Conception of Social and Political Liberty
- Citizens’ Attitudes towards Institutional Change in Contexts of Political Turbulence: Support for Regional Decentralisation in Ukraine
- Counter-cyclical Voting in the United Kingdom
- Geopolitan Democracy in the Anthropocene
- How Second-Order Is the Regional Level? An Analysis of Tweets in Simultaneous Campaigns
- International Organizations and Naming and Shaming: Does the International Monetary Fund Care about the Human Rights Reputation of Its Client?
- Interpreting and Reinterpreting the Political Significance of Popular Media: The Importance of Seeing from a Range of Perspectives
- Jurisdiction Scale Matters: County Size and External Political Efficacy in China
- Political Authority and the Common Good
- Political Socialisation and Regime Change: How the Right Ceased to be Wrong in Post-1974 Greece
- Preaching to the Converted: Parliament and the Proscription Ritual
- The Influence of Citizenship Norms and Media Use on Different Modes of Political Participation in the US
- What is Wrong with Testing Welfare Recipients for Drug Use?
- When and Why Are Voters Correct in Their Evaluations of Specific Government Performance?
- Where Democrats Disagree: Citizens’ Normative Conceptions of Democracy