Items for Politics in 2019

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Dooley, Neil (2019) Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf? Rethinking the core and periphery in the Eurozone crisis. New Political Economy, 24 (18). pp. 62-88. ISSN 1356-3467

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Evans, Matthew (2019) Addressing historical wrongs in post-transition South Africa: what role for transformative justice? In: Evans, Matthew (ed.) Transitional and transformative justice: critical and international perspectives. Transitional Justice Series . Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 36-53. ISBN 9781138478510

Evans, Matthew (2019) Transitional justice and beyond: an introduction to critical, international and interdisciplinary debates. In: Evans, Matthew (ed.) Transitional and transformative justice: critical and international perspectives. Transitional Justice Series . Routledge, Abingdon, UK, pp. 1-10. ISBN 9781138478510

Evans, Matthew and Wilkins, David (2019) Transformative justice, reparations and transatlantic slavery. Social & Legal Studies, 28 (2). pp. 137-157. ISSN 0964-6639

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Poletti, Monica, Webb, Paul and Bale, Tim (2019) Why do only some people who support parties actually join them? Evidence from Britain. West European Politics, 42 (1). pp. 156-172. ISSN 0140-2382

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Robinson, Emily and Watts, Jake (2019) Doctrine and decision: navigating Labour’s new constitutional position in the Lords. The Political Quarterly. ISSN 0032-3179

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Sanders, Anna, Annesley, Claire and Gains, Francesca (2019) What did the coalition government do for women? An analysis of gender equality policy agendas in the UK 2010 – 2015. British Politics. ISSN 1746-918X

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Walters, Mark A, Paterson, Jenny L, McDonnell, Liz and Brown, Rupert (2019) Group identity, empathy and shared suffering: understanding the “community” impacts of anti-LGBT and Islamophobic hate crimes. International Review of Victimology. ISSN 0269-7580

Webb, Paul, Bale, Tim and Poletti, Monica (2019) Social networkers and careerists: explaining high-intensity activism among British party members. International Political Science Review. ISSN 0192-5121

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