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Bibliographic database 2011-2012
Submitted by admin on Wed, 02/06/2013 - 14:18
As you will remember one point of establishing our Standing Group was to provide service to members that can help their productivity in research. With this purpose in mind, Ioannis Andreadis, following the path initiated by Gabor Toka and Paul Weith, has compiled the database for our members that features all journal articles on voting behaviour (and a few more on closely related topics of likely interest to members) published between October 2011 and September 2012 in the APSR, AJPS, BJPS, Communication Research, CPS, Electoral Studies, EJPR, EPSR, International Journal of Public Opinion Research, Journal of Communication, JEPOP, Journal of Politics, Political Behavior, Political Communication, PRQ, POQ, and WEP.
The database contains full biblioprahic information and – where available – abstracts for 531 articles and is available for download in both RIS format (i.e., a text file format that can be seamlessly read into reference managers like BibTex, EndNote, ProCite, Zotero etc. and thus converted into a structured bibliographic database) and Refworks tagged format (to import the database into Refworks) from the website of the Standing Group.
Note that our previously released databases covering the January 2009-September 2010 period and the October 2010- November 2011 are also available at http://povb-ecpr.org/bibliography-2009-2010 and http://povb-ecpr.org/bibliography-2010-2011 respectively.
In order to download the database you need to fill in the User login form with your Username and Password. If you do not remember your Username and/or you Password you can click here to request a new password. After your login the download link will appear at the bottom of this page.
Please note that the Steering Group now welcomes volunteering from you to prepare a similar database covering the October 2012 - September 2013 period in about a year time. Comments on how this service could be improved are equally welcome.