Politics 2021/4

Special Issue: No longer second-order? Explaining the
European Parliament elections of 2019

  • Guest Editors: Wouter van der Brug, Katjana Gattermann and Claes H de Vreese

Special Issue Articles

  • Katjana Gattermann, Claes H de Vreese, Wouter van der Brug: Introduction to the special issue: No longer second-order? Explaining the European Parliament elections of 2019 (423)
  • Michaela Maier, Carlos Jalali, Jürgen Maier, Alessandro Nai, Sebastian Stier: When do parties put Europe in the centre? Evidence from the 2019 European Parliament election campaign (433)
  • Daniela Braun: The Europeanness of the 2019 European Parliament elections and the mobilising power of European issues (451)
  • Piret Ehin, Liisa Talving: Still second-order? European elections in the era of populism,
    extremism, and Euroscepticism (467)
  • Irene Palacios, Christine Arnold: Do Spitzenkandidaten debates matter? Effects on voters’ cognitions and evaluations of candidates and issues (486)
  • Miriam Sorace: Productivity-based retrospective voting: Legislative productivity and
    voting in the 2019 European Parliament elections (504)
  • Constantin Schäfer: Indifferent and Eurosceptic: The motivations of EU-only abstainers in the 2019 European Parliament election (522)
  • Wouter van der Brug, Sebastian Adrian Popa, Sara B Hobolt, Hermann Schmitt: Illiberal democratic attitudes and support for the EU (537)

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Political Studies Review 2021/4


  • Jostein Askim, Rune Karlsen, Kristoffer Kolltveit: Public Office as a Stepping-Stone? Investigating the Careers of Ministerial Advisors (539)
  • Rahime Süleymanog˘lu-Kürüm: The Sociology of Diplomats and Foreign Policy Sector:
    The Role of Cliques on the Policy-Making Process (558)
  • Konstantin Vössing: The Quality of Political Information (574)
  • LJ Zigerell: US Public Perceptions of an Intelligence Quotient Test Score
    Gap Between Black Americans and White Americans (591)
  • Rubén Sánchez Medero: Democratization in Political Communication (607)
  • Thomas Prosser: European Insiders and Outsiders? Assessing the Reaction
    of German and French Trade Unions to EU Austerity (624)
  • Alejandro M Peña: Activist Parties and Hybrid Party Behaviours: A Typological Reassessment of Partisan Mobilisation (637)

State of the Art

  • Tianru Guan, Tianyang Liu, Yilu Yang: Moving Away From Partisanship: Diversifying the Motives Behind Political Polarization (656)

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Political Studies 2021/4

  • Clayton Chin: Just What Is Ontological Political Theory Meant to do? The Method and Practice of William E. Connolly (771)
  • Robin Devroe: Stereotypes, Who to Blame? Exploring Individual-Level Determinants of Flemish Voters’ Political Gender Stereotypes (791)
  • Deborah Kalte: Political Veganism: An Empirical Analysis of Vegans’ Motives, Aims, and
    Political Engagement (814)
  • Yingnan Joseph Zhou: Is China a Deviant Case? A Societal-Level Test of the Modernization Theory (834)
  • Viktor Orri Valgarðsson, Nick Clarke, Will Jennings, Gerry Stoker: The Good Politician and Political Trust: An Authenticity Gap in British Politics? (858)
  • Bram Wauters, Anna Kern: Does It Pay Off? The Effects of Party Leadership Elections on Parties’ Trustworthiness and Appeal to Voters (881)
  • Heiko Giebler, Magdalena Hirsch, Benjamin Schürmann, Susanne Veit: Discontent With What? Linking Self-Centered and Society-Centered Discontent to Populist Party Support (900)
  • Sung Min Han, Kangwook Han: Political Leaders, Economic Hardship, and Redistribution in Democracies: Impact of Political Leaders on Welfare Policy (921)
  • David Maher, Moritz Pieper: Russian Intervention in Syria: Exploring the Nexus between Regime Consolidation and Energy Transnationalisation (944)
  • Michael Kenny, Jack Sheldon: When Planets Collide: The British Conservative Party and the Discordant Goals of Delivering Brexit and Preserving the Domestic Union, 2016–2019 (965)
  • Carlo V Fiorio, Simon Mohun, Roberto Veneziani: Class, Power and the Structural Dependence Thesis: Distributive Conflict in the UK, 1892–2018 (985)
  • Omer Solodoch: Do Sociotropic Concerns Mask Prejudice? Experimental Evidence on the Sources of Public Opposition to Immigration (1009)
  • Luke Yates: Prefigurative Politics and Social Movement Strategy: The Roles of Prefiguration in the Reproduction, Mobilisation and Coordination of Movements (1033)
  • Hugo Marcos-Marne: A Tale of Populism? The Determinants of Voting for Left-Wing Populist Parties in Spain (1053)