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Continues Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science/Revue canadienne de economiques et science politique (1935 - 1967)
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ISSN: 0008-4239 (Print), 1744-9324 (Online)
Editors: Cameron Anderson University of Western Ontario, Canada, and Mélanie Bourque Université du Québec en Outaouais, Canada
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The Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique (CJPS/RCSP) is the leading political science journal in Canada and publishes cutting-edge research in all areas of the discipline. The Journal 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. It publishes original research articles, research notes, new data sets, commentaries, review articles, replications and book reviews in all areas of political science, including but not limited to: contemporary political theory; federalism and multilevel governance; gender and politics; governmental institutions and processes; the history of political thought; Indigenous-settler relations; international relations and foreign policy; political behaviour; public administration and public policy; race and identity. Submissions are accepted in English and in French.

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La Revue canadienne de science politique/Canadian Journal of Political Science (RCSP/CJPS) est la principale revue de science politique au Canada et publie des études de pointe dans tous les domaines de la discipline. La Revue est le principal forum pour la recherche innovante sur toutes les questions liées à la politique et au gouvernement canadiens, ainsi que le principal débouché pour la recherche canadienne de science politique. Elle publie des articles de recherche originaux, des notes de recherche, de nouveaux ensembles de données, des commentaires, des articles de synthèse, des répliques et des recensions de livres dans tous les domaines de la science politique, notamment  : la théorie politique contemporaine ; le fédéralisme et la gouvernance à plusieurs paliers; le genre et la politique ; les institutions et les processus gouvernementaux ; l'histoire de la pensée politique ; les relations entre autochtones et colons ; les relations internationales et la politique étrangère ; le comportement politique ; l'administration publique et la politique publique ; la race et l'identité. Les soumissions sont acceptées en anglais et en français.
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