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ISSN: 1866-3427

PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization

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The Journal:
PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization publishes new and significant work in all areas of political socialization in order to achieve a better scientific understanding of the origins of political behaviors and orientations of individuals and groups.

Political socialization theory and research focus on processes by and structures through which individuals become or do not become politically active and acquire or do not acquire general political knowledge, and particular political beliefs, opinions, attitudes, emotions, values and behavioral intentions.

The focus of attention is on political socialization processes – including political education, information, persuasion, marketing, or propaganda and their underlying and accompanying motivations – and political socialization structures – including the family, school, mass media, peer groups, social networks, and politics.

PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization publishes new and significant contributions that report on current scientific research, discuss theory and methodology, or review relevant literature. It welcomes the following types of contributions on topics which fall within its aim and scope (a) empirical research articles, (b) theoretical articles which analyze or comment on established theory or present theoretical innovations, (c) methodological articles, (d) book reviews.

Editors:
Christ’l De Landtsheer (University of Antwerp, Belgium), Russell Farnen (University of Connecticut, West Hartford, USA), Dan German (Appalachian State University, USA), Henk Dekker (Leiden University, Netherlands), Anna Brune (FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany), Trond Solhaug (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)

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Lecturers, Students, Researchers, and Practitioners in Political Socialization and Political Science

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1866-3427

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2196-1417

Volume

15. Jahrgang 2024

Frequency of publication

2 x jährlich

Scope

ca. 200 Seiten pro Heft

Language

Englisch

Format

17 x 24 cm

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Renewal / Termination:
Subscriptions automatically extend by one year. Please send us your written termination via post or e-mail. Period of notice is three months until the end of the year.

Content

Content

The Journal:
PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization publishes new and significant work in all areas of political socialization in order to achieve a better scientific understanding of the origins of political behaviors and orientations of individuals and groups.

Political socialization theory and research focus on processes by and structures through which individuals become or do not become politically active and acquire or do not acquire general political knowledge, and particular political beliefs, opinions, attitudes, emotions, values and behavioral intentions.

The focus of attention is on political socialization processes – including political education, information, persuasion, marketing, or propaganda and their underlying and accompanying motivations – and political socialization structures – including the family, school, mass media, peer groups, social networks, and politics.

PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization publishes new and significant contributions that report on current scientific research, discuss theory and methodology, or review relevant literature. It welcomes the following types of contributions on topics which fall within its aim and scope (a) empirical research articles, (b) theoretical articles which analyze or comment on established theory or present theoretical innovations, (c) methodological articles, (d) book reviews.

Editors:
Christ’l De Landtsheer (University of Antwerp, Belgium), Russell Farnen (University of Connecticut, West Hartford, USA), Dan German (Appalachian State University, USA), Henk Dekker (Leiden University, Netherlands), Anna Brune (FernUniversität in Hagen, Germany), Trond Solhaug (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)

Target Groups:
Lecturers, Students, Researchers, and Practitioners in Political Socialization and Political Science

Leaflet:
You can download a leaflet (PDF) of PCS.

E-Mail Alert:
You can subscribe the PCS alert to keep you informed about all new issues.

Single Articles:
Download of single articles (Open Access/fee-based): pcs.budrich-journals.com

Bibliography

Zusätzliche Informationen

Publisher

ISSN

1866-3427

eISSN

2196-1417

Volume

15. Jahrgang 2024

Frequency of publication

2 x jährlich

Scope

ca. 200 Seiten pro Heft

Language

Englisch

Format

17 x 24 cm

Homepage

http://pcs.budrich-journals.com

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Schlagwörter

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Subscription conditions

Subscription Rates:
The subscription rates (errors and changes reserved) are charged annually with publication of the first issue of a volume. The subscription rates are valid for the current year and include VAT plus shipping costs: Germany: 5,00 EUR, foreign countries: 9,00 EUR/Volume.

Subscriptions with online content:
The online access included in the subscription refers to the content on pcs.budrich-journals.com.
There, the issues of the journal are available as single articles (single article PDFs).

Online Access for Subscribers:
Individual subscribers can login with username and password at Budrich Journals.
Institutional subscribers attain immediate online access via IP-address (no need to login). More information about the the IP activation: Information For Librarians. Or contact us via e-mail.

Online Archives for Subscribers:
With an online-subscription or print+online-subscription you/your institution will get free access to the entire full-text archives of PCS at Budrich Journals as long as the subscription is active.

Subscriptions at Reduces Rates (Students/Members of IPSA):
For the subscriptions at reduced rates (print: students/members of IPSA, print online: students) we need your certificate of study or a verification of your membership at IPSA (PDF file preferred). You can upload the certificate/verification during the order process or sent it to us via e-mail.

Renewal / Termination:
Subscriptions automatically extend by one year. Please send us your written termination via post or e-mail. Period of notice is three months until the end of the year.

Abstracts

Single issues

  • Einzelhefte

    PCS 1+2-2018 | Free Contributions

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 1+2-2018: Free Contributions Articles Ganna Diedkova / Christ’l De Landtsheer: Going negative by metaphors: The Donbass conflict in the Russian and the Ukrainian Press Richard D. Anderson Jr.: The Colonialist Roots of Democratic Decay: Collective Action, Experimental Psychology, and Spatial Discourse Elena Shestopal: The Image of Russia in Contemporary Russian Society: Political and Psychological Analysis Arie Geronik: The Influence of Early Childhood Socialization on […]
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    PCS 1+2-2017 | Methods for Studies in Politics, Culture & Socialization (II)

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 1+2-2017: Methods for Studies in Politics, Culture & Socialization (II) Guest editors: Derek Beach, Christ’l De Landtsheer and Lieuwe Kalkhoven Articles No. 1 Nohemi Jocabeth Echeverría Vicente / Kenneth Hemmerechts / Dimokritos Kavadias: Growing up in contexts with armed conflict: Individual exposure to large-scale violence and differences in emancipative values in Colombia and Mexico Henk Dekker / Daniel B. German / Christ’l De Landtsheer: […]
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  • PCS 1+2-2016 | Methods for Studies in Politics, Culture & Socialization (I)
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    PCS 1+2-2016 | Methods for Studies in Politics, Culture & Socialization (I)

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 1+2-2016: Methods for Studies in Politics, Culture & Socialization (I) Christ’l De Landtsheer / Daniel B. German / Russell Farnen / Henk Dekker: Editorial Articles No. 1 Soetkin Verhaegen / Joris Boonen: The development of political knowledge in adolescence: The importance of information-rich socialization contexts Johannes Diesing: Contestation and Constitution: Civil Disobedience in the 2012-2014 Refugee Protests in Germany Maria Marczewska-Rytko: A Critical Analysis […]
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  • PCS 1+2-2015 | Over the Top: Appeal of Embarrassment and Exaggeration in Political Speech
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    PCS 1+2-2015 | Over the Top: Appeal of Embarrassment and Exaggeration in Political Speech

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 1+2-2015: Over the Top: Appeal of Embarrassment and Exaggeration in Political Speech Articles Richard D. Anderson, Jr.: Not Easily Embarrassed: Political Metaphor and the Cooperative Construction of Political Identity in the Russian State Duma Giovanna Leone / Gloria Gabrielli / Bruno Mazzara / Alice Roseti: How Can the European Project Be Saved? Between Elaboration and Dismissal. An analysis of documentaries broadcast by public Italian […]
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    PCS 2-2014 | Free Contributions

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 2-2014: Free Contributions Article Roland Benedikter / Lukas Kaelin: European versus American Public Spheres: Negotiating Differences and Similarities in Times of Crisis Peggy Schyns: The Young and Cynical. Measurement, Characteristics and Consequences of Political Cynicism among Dutch Youth Wojciech Ziętara: The “third way” as an example, redefining the ideological identity of modern social democracy (in the second half of the 20th century) Ingo Juchler: […]
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    PCS 1-2014 | Political Socialization and Education in China

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 1-2014: Political Socialization and Education in China Guest Contribution on Special Issue´s Theme Zou Fangming: The Roles of Higher Education in Political Socialization Article Jolanda van der Noll / Henk Dekker: Chinese citizens’ attitudes towards the EU and the China-EU relationship. In search of an explanation Xian Gao: Chinese College Students’ Political Efficacy and Its Influencing Factors in the Information Age: A Sample Survey […]
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    PCS 2-2013 | Free Contributions

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 2-2013: Free Contributions Articles Orit Ichilov: Political Socialization In A World Of Conflict And Change Wang Feng: On Political Parties in China and Western Societies Ellen Quintelier: The Future of Political Socialization Research: Promising or Discouraging? Arkadiusz Żukowski: Political leadership of South African statesmen: Jan Smuts and Nelson Mandela Frank Hendriks: Credible Political Leaders: Reflections on the X-Factor and Beyond Sigal Ben-Rafael Galanti / […]
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    PCS 1-2013 | Russian Politics: Leaders, Citizens’ Attitudes and Political Socialization

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 1-2013: Russian Politics: Leaders, Citizens’ Attitudes and Political Socialization Articles Igor Yu. Kiselev / Anna G. Smirnova: Deprivation of Needs as the Mechanism in the Formation of the Protest Political Moods Olga Bukreeva: Perception of Russian political power and political leaders in the conceptual area of demotivational posters Tatiana Samsonova: Civic Education for the 21st Century: Russia and the USA Olga Mitina / Victor […]
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    PCS 1+2-2012 | Is Socialization into Democratic Politics a Matter of Psychology, Education, or Communication?

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 1-2012: Is Socialization into Democratic Politics a Matter of Psychology, Education, or Communication? Articles Arie Geronik: Early Childhood Socialization and Its Influence on Political Decision-Making in Adulthood: The Cases of Moshe Dayan and Other Israeli Leaders, Moving from the Military to the Political Arena Mihály Csákó: Family Memory and Historical Socialization Henk Dekker / Frits Meijerink: Political Cynicism: Conceptualization, Operationalization, and Explanation Wojciech Ziętara: […]
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    PCS 4-2011 | Free Contributions

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 4-2011: Free Contributions Article Song Yingfa: Research on Political Socialization in China since 1982: Literature Review Sebastian Jäckle / Rafael Bauschke: Comparing socialization, cultural and individual level effects on attitudes towards nuclear energy – A multilevel analysis of 27 European countries Louk Hagendoorn / Edwin Poppe: Consistency of Tolerance, Public Opinion on Immigrants in the Netherlands at the Turn of the Millennium Sophia Sohl: […]
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    PCS 3-2011 | Free Contributions

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 3-2011: Free Contributions Article Bojan Todosijević: Pluralistic political intolerance: A comparison of Eastern and Western Europe Solhaug Trond / Niels Nørgaard Kristensen: Political rationality: Young Danish and Norwegian immigrant citizens and their political reasoning Domonkos Sik: Civic socialization in post-transition condition Carsten Ljunggren / Ingrid Unemar Öst: Teachers’ Dealings with Controversial Issues – a typology from the 2009 IEA/ICCS study Lars Monsen: Can Schools […]
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    PCS 2-2011 | Free Contributions

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 2-2011: Free Contributions Article Urszula Swadźba: From the society of real socialism to a market society: Changes in the value system of the Polish society Lieuwe Kalkhoven / Allison Luyckx: Visual propaganda of the Taliban: a combination of camera framing, metaphors, colors and symbols of nature Ingo Juchler: The Narrative Approach: Dostoevsky's Grand Inquisitor as Classical Text for Civic Education Joakim Ekman / Pär […]
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    PCS 1-2011 | Free Contributions

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 1-2011: Free Contributions Article Robert E. Gilbert: Psychological Dysfunction and Great Achievement: The Presidency of Lyndon B. Johnson Igor Y. Kiselev / Anna G. Smirnova: About Socialization of Russia in the “Big Eight”: Russia’s Self-perception Teke Ngomba: Vote Buying or Respecting ‘Culture’? Cameroonian Politicians’ Contending Interpretations of Campaign Donations Christ’l De Landtsheer / Dieter Vertessen: Ideological variation in political style and emotive strategy of […]
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    PCS 4-2010 | Free Contributions

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 4-2010: Free Contributions Article Sabrina de Regt / Tim Smits / Dimitri Mortelmans: On cross-national variation in the correlation between authoritarianism and social dominance orientation Brian J. Bowe / Robin Blom: Facilitating Dissent: The Ethical Implications of Political Organizing via Social Media Christos Kassimeris / Andreas G. Philaretou: Playing Politics with Charisma: Archbishop Makarios III and the Cyprus Issue Russell F. Farnen: Islamophobia: Definitions, […]
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    PCS 3-2010 | Free Contributions

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 3-2010: Free Contributions Articles Hilde Van Liefferinge / Carl Devos / Kristof Steyvers: In the name of the father? The role of family politicization in the political socialization process of Belgian federal election candidates Jolanda van der Noll / Henk Dekker: Islamophobia: In Search for an Explanation of Negative Attitudes towards Islam and Muslims, Testing Political Socialization Theory Ye Wang Bei Koch: China’s emphasis […]
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    PCS 2-2010 | Free Contributions

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 2-2010: Free Contributions Articles Kariane Westrheim: Choosing the Mountains: The PKK as alternative knowledge and identity project Kjetil Børhaug: Making Sense of Political Participation. A qualitative study of Norwegian adolescents Andrew M. Koch / Amanda Gail Zeddy: The Rise and Fall of the “Private” as Part of Western Political Socialization M. Lorenzo Barrault: Public Action and Political Socialization. The Parents faced with the Educational […]
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    PCS 1-2010 | Free Contributions

    PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization 1-2010: Free Contributions Articles Sigal Ben-Rafael Galanti: Judicial Review in Japan – a Limited Mechanism or an Agent of Democratization S. S. Patagundi: Political Cultural Dimensions of Indian Democracy in the Era of Globalisation Julia Rozanova: Public service broadcasting as a medium of political socialization: Quo Vadis? Olivier Giraud: New Forms of Subjectivation and Political Socialization Facing New Contents and Forms of Governance in […]
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