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Most read articles from Policy & Politics, Evidence & Policy, Global Discourse and the European Journal of Politics and Gender

Other - Deadline : 02/28/2021

02/19/2021

Katie Lucas

Subtitle : Free to access until 28 February

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The most read articles published in Policy & Politics, Evidence & Policy, Global Discourse and the European Journal of Politics and Gender in 2020 are available to read for free in February 2021.

Explore selected articles below and see https://bristoluniversitypress.co.uk/journals/most-read for the full collection.

 

Policy & Politics

Improving public policy and administration: exploring the potential of design Arwin van Buuren et al.

When design meets power: design thinking, public sector innovation and the politics of policymaking [Open Access] Jenny M Lewis, Michael McGann, and Emma Blomkamp

Policy labs: the next frontier of policy design and evaluation? [Open Access] Karol Olejniczak et al.

Applying design in public administration: a literature review to explore the state of the art Margot Hermus, Arwin van Buuren, and Victor Bekkers

Designing environments for experimentation, learning and innovation in public policy and governance [Open Access] Maurits Waardenburg, Martijn Groenleer, and Jorrit De Jong

 

Evidence & Policy

Making evidence and policy in public health emergencies: lessons from COVID-19 for adaptive evidence-making and intervention [Open Access]  Kari Lancaster, Tim Rhodes and Marsha Rosengarten

Rethinking knowledge translation for public health policy [Open Access] Patrick Fafard and Steven J Hoffman

Opening up evidence-based policy: exploring citizen and service user expertise [Open Access] Ellen Stewart et al.

Improving the use of evidence in legislatures: the case of the UK Parliament [Open Access] David Christian Rose et al.

Evidence-based policy, knowledge from experience and validity [Open Access] Jennifer Smith-Merry

 

Global Discourse

Anger fast and slow: mediations of justice and violence in the age of populism William Davies

The functionality of affects: conceptualising far-right populist politics beyond negative emotions Julia Leser and Florian Spissinger

Contesting the politics of negative emotions in educational policymaking: a ban on asylum seekers school visits in Finland Iida Pyy, Anniina Leiviskä, and Jan-Erik Mansikka

Against comfort: political implications of evading discomfort Ditte Marie Munch-Jurisic

The resentment-ressentiment complex: a critique of liberal discourse Sjoerd van Tuinen

 

European Journal of Politics and Gender

The fight against gender and LGBT ideology: new developments in Poland Elżbieta Korolczuk

Rethinking the ambition gap: gender and candidate emergence in comparative perspective Jennifer M. Piscopo and Meryl Kenny 

Urgency and ambition: the influence of political environment and emotion in spurring US womens candidacies in 2018 Kelly Dittmar

LGBTIQ Roma and queer intersectionalities: the lived experiences of LGBTIQ Roma Lucie Fremlova

Bringing epistemology into intersectional methodology Alexie Labelle

 

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