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Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique
  • ISSN: 0008-4239 (Print), 1744-9324 (Online)
  • Editors: Mélanie Bourque Université du Québec en Outaouais, Canada and Brenda O’Neill University of Calgary, Canada
  • Editorial board
This journal provides original research articles, notes, commentaries, review articles, and book reviews in all areas of political science, including but not limited to: the history of political thought; contemporary political theory; international relations and foreign policy; governmental institutions and processes; political behaviour; public administration and public policy; and women and politics. In addition, the Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique is the primary forum for innovative research on all facets of Canadian politics and government as well as the principal outlet for Canadian political science scholarship. Submissions are accepted in English and in French.

Cette revue soumise à l’évaluation des pairs propose des articles de recherches originaux, des notes de recherches, des commentaires, des exposés de synthèse et des recensions dans tous les champs de la science politique; notamment dans les domaines de l’histoire de la pensée politique, la théorie politique contemporaine, les relations internationales et la politique étrangère, l’administration et les politiques publiques; femmes et politique. En outre, la Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique  est le forum de choix des spécialistes de tous les aspects de la vie politique et du gouvernement au Canada, ainsi que la principale tribune des chercheurs canadiens en science politique. Les articles peuvent être rédigés en anglais ou en français.

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