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Public Opinion Quarterly

Издатель:  Oxford University Press
12-15-2004 "Public Opinion Quarterly is hospitable to all points of view, provided only that they help to illuminate problems of public opinion and communication." Most of this title is devoted to scholarly articles analyzing trends and problems in public opinion research. These articles can provide valuable information on methodologies employed, but they may be too scholarly and detailed for the general reader. The section that is most accessible is "Trends," which includes an overview of a topic and the data from several different polls relating to that topic. Only libraries supporting researchers in public opinion studies, communication studies, and similar areas must have this title; other libraries can survive without it. The web site now offers subscribers access to complete issues back to winter 1996; the site has a list of institutions currently registered to access the electronic edition. Older issues are available as part of a subscription to JSTOR (www.jstor.org). It is now possible to search the available issues back to winter 1996, and to search titles and authors of back issues available from JSTOR. A most important aspect of the web site is the "Notice to Contributors," which lists the manuscript submission requirements for this publication. The site also has a listing of the journal's editorial board, subscription information, and information about getting permission for reprints. (Kara L. Robinson)

ISSN 0033-362X

   
 
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Название журнала Public Opinion Quarterly
Аббревиатура наименования POPQAE
Страна United Kingdom
Издатель Oxford University Press
Первый год издания 1937
Периодичность 938979 James N Druckman Oxford University Press Editor-In-Chief | 938980 Nancy A Mathiowetz Oxford University Press Editor-In-Chief
Формат публикации Print
Статус Active