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Annual Review of Political Science.
The Annual Review of Political Science, in publication since 1998, covers significant developments in the field of Political Science including political theory and philosophy, international relations, political economy, political behavior, American and comparative politics, public administration and policy, and methodology.
Welcome! This guide provides links to political science information sources.
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Reference Sources are used to find brief, authoritative information on a topic, or when specific elements of information are required.
American Government & Politics, with links to federal, state and local sources.
Campaign & Election sources, including sources on campaign finance.
Public Policy & Interest Groups sources, including federal and state agencies involved in policy analysis, as well as political party and interest group links.
Sources for the study of Identity Politics.
International Relations sources.
Political Communication sources.
Political Methodology sources.
Political Theory sources.
Links to U.S., state, international/other nation and historical Public Opinion & Statistics sources.
Sources of information for the study of Environmental Politics.
Sources of information for the study of Political Economics, and
Select Political News sources.
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