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Vol 37 (2015) A Case for Bioregionalism in Place-Based Research Abstract
Elise Moreno
Vol 37 (2015) A discursive institutionalist approach to understanding policy change: Ireland and Mexico in the 1980s Abstract
John Hogan, Brendan K O'Rourke
No 35 (2012) Alternative and Activist New Media Abstract
by Leah A. Lievrouw
No 36 (2013) Book reviews Abstract
Luke Heemsbergen
No 36 (2013) Bypassing Poor Farmers: Market-Based Approaches to Agriculture in Rural Pakistan Abstract
Syed Mohammad Ali
No 36 (2013) Climate Change Sceptics Revisited: Creatures of Culture Abstract
Willem van Rensburg
No 35 (2012) Clinton, Bush and Obama: Transitional Options Abstract
Aiden Warren
Vol 37 (2015) Democratic South Africa Twenty Years On: A Critical Contemporary Reflection Upon the Work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission Abstract
Evelyn Rose
No 35 (2012) Fatah’s al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades: Armed Struggle as a Response to a Crisis of Legitimacy Abstract
Damien D Cheong
No 35 (2012) Issue 35 Abstracts Abstract
Luke Heemsbergen
Vol 37 (2015) Just Global Governance: Review Essay Abstract
Neil Anthony Hibbert
No 36 (2013) On the Disadvantages of Transparency for Government Reflections on Some Arguments Against Transparency as a Democratic Reform Abstract
Ricardo Cruz Pietro
No 35 (2012) Positive Action for Women in Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party: A One-Off? Abstract
Emma Dalton
No 35 (2012) Reviewing Labor’s Internal Reviews 1966-2010: ‘Looking forward, looking backwards’ Abstract
Jo Coghlan, Scott Denton
No 36 (2013) Test Book Review v.36 Abstract
Test Test
Vol 37 (2015) The Bridge Called My Breast: Feminism, Intersectionality, and Nude Protest Abstract
Ashley J. Bohrer
No 36 (2013) To centralise or decentralise? An e-government perspective Abstract
Amy Cooper
No 35 (2012) Top Secret America: The Rise of the New American Security State Abstract
by Dana Priest, William M Arkin
No 35 (2012) Unmaking War, Remaking Men: How Empathy can Reshape our Politics, our Soldiers and Ourselves Abstract
by Kathleen Barry
No 35 (2012) When Protest Makes Policy: How Social Movements Represent Disadvantaged Groups Abstract
by S. Laurel Weldon
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