Policy Press journals on Scopus
Families, Relationships and Societies and Voluntary Sector Review have recently been accepted for coverage on Scopus. Scopus is the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature, and acceptance for inclusion is a mark of high quality.
HKUL users can access the journals via http://library.hku.hk/record=b5361946 & http://library.hku.hk/record=b5361942
Read the following free journal articles for May 2015:
Policy & Politics
‘Multiculturalism is never talked about’: community cohesion and local policy contradictions in England
HKUL users can continue to access the journal via http://library.hku.hk/record=b3023100
Evidence & Policy
Perceptions on the role of evidence: an English alcohol policy case study
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Journal of Poverty & Social Justice
Fuel poverty and high-rise living: using community-based interviewers to investigate tenants’ inability to keep warm in their homes
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Voluntary Sector Review
Mapping the environmental third sector in england: a distinctive field of activity?
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Families, Relationships & Societies
Troubling the family: coming out as lesbian and gay
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Critical and Radical Social Work
‘Everyone is blaming us!’ Conceptualising current anti-Roma racism in Europe and its necessary implications for anti-racist social work
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Cyber Security in Focus
This collection explores the reasons and implications of cyber security and why aggression that exists only in cyberspace is being treated with such apprehension by the international security community.
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Routledge Politics & International Relations: Editors’ Choice
Read some of the most influential politics & international relations research of 2014, with a selection of articles chosen by editors.
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Special Issue Highlights
Recent special issues include Citizenship Studies: Malaysia’s new ethnoscapes and ways of belonging; Local Government Studies: Trends in the Governance of Education in the UK; and New Political Science: The Future of Higher Education and American Democracy
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Access Outstanding Articles in Immigrant and Refugee Studies
A collection of articles from the Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, chosen by the editor and presented with an introduction, will be available to access for free until April 30, 2015.
Best of the Geopolitics Archive: Ukraine Trapped Between Two Geopolitical Grammars
Editor Virginie Mamadouh has compiled a collection of outstanding articles on Ukraine from the Geopolitics archive.
Please click here to enjoy free access to a selection of these articles until May 31, 2015.