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Journal of politics in Latin America

Abbreviation: J. Polit. Lat. Am.

Published by: SAGE Publishing

Publisher Location: Thousand Oaks, CA, USA

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Range of citations in the SafetyLit database: 2012; 4(2) -- 2022; ePub(ePub)

Publication Date Range: 2009 --

Number of articles from this journal included in the SafetyLit database: 4
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pISSN = 1866-802X | eISSN = 1868-4890

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Journal Language(s): English

Aims and Scope (from publisher): JPLA is a peer reviewed, open access journal focused on comparative politics on Latin America. Published by the GIGA Institute for Latin American Studies (ILAS) in Hamburg, the journal is dedicated to promoting a deeper understanding of the political process and political institutions in the region.

JPLA provides cutting-edge research by and for the political science community in Latin American studies as well as for comparativists focusing on Latin America.

JPLA is open to all research approaches consistent with the canons of scholarship and publishes rigorous and original research findings and also includes research-oriented matters (e.g. debates in the discipline, research notes, political science information sources, funding opportunities) and information for politicians, policy makers, the media, and the public. JPLA seeks to provide a prime forum for the exchange of ideas between scholars and students of comparative politics in Latin America. The journal is committed to developing the most promising new work available and to facilitating professional communication in political science on Latin America.

JPLA, has a clear focus on scholarly work on political institutions, political behavior, and public policy, and is a natural first choice venue for the political science community working on Latin America, as represented for instance by the LASA Section on Political Institutions or the ECPR Standing Group on Latin American Politics.