American Political Science Review


Subject: American Political Science Review
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 1997 15:29:39 -0400 (EDT)

American Political Science Review

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The American Political Science Review is an electronic version of the
print journal of the same title published by the American Political
Science Association.

The American Political Science Review (APSR) is the longest running
publication of the American Political Science Association (APSA). APSR,
first published in November 1906 and appearing quarterly, is the
preeminent political science journal in the United States and
internationally. The APSR features research from all fields of political
science and contains an extensive book review section of the discipline.
In its earlier days, the APSR also covered the personal and personnel
items of the profession as had its predecessor, The Proceedings of the

This journal is archived by JSOR and covers v.1-87, (1906-1993).

Sample Contents:

* Messages Received: The Political Impact of Media Exposure
* Neighborhood Poverty and African American Politics
* Citizen Activity: Who Participates? What Do They Say?
* A Signaling Model of Informative and Manipulative Political
* Social Construction of Target Populations: Implications for
Politics and Policy
* Rawls's "Political" Philosophy and American Democracy
* The Politics of Virtue Today: A Critique and a Proposal
* Mediated Corruption: The Case of the Keating Five


Original posting date: 
Sunday, August 31, 1997
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