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ISSN: 1047-1987 (Print), 1476-4989 (Online)
Editor: Jeff Gill American University, USA
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Political Analysis publishes peer reviewed articles that provide original and significant advances in the general area of political methodology, including both quantitative and qualitative methodological approaches. It is the official journal of the Society for Political Methodology and the Political Methodology Section of the American Political Science Association.
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