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Policy & Politics Impact Factor increases by 72% to 1.302!

 

Free journal articles for November


Policy & Politics
All tools are informational now: how information and persuasion define the tools of government

Evidence & Policy
Public health evaluation: epistemological challenges to evidence production and use

Journal of Poverty & Social Justice
What cost the price of a good send off? The challenges for British state funeral policy

Voluntary Sector Review
Exploring local hotspots and deserts: investigating the local distribution of charitable resources

Families, Relationships & Societies
Secondary analysis in reflection: some experiences of re-use from an oral history perspective

Critical and Radical Social Work
Claiming immigrant cultural citizenship: applying postcolonial theories to social work practice with immigrants

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 Journals now on Editorial Manager

We are pleased to announce that Evidence & PolicyPolicy & PoliticsVoluntary Sector Review, Families, Relationships and Societies, Journal of Poverty and Social Justice and Critical and Radical Social Work are now on Editorial Manager. Details on manuscript submission are available on individual journal pages. 


Third Sector Knowledge Portal 

Third Sector Research Centre (TSRC) have launched the Third Sector Knowledge Portal. This includes individual articles of all the papers from Voluntary Sector Review: keywords, the abstract and information on how to access the full article. There is more information here.  

Welcome to our Journals pages

We publish a number of highly prestigious journals in the social sciences:

Critical and Radical Social Work
Evidence & Policy
Families Relationships & Societies
Journal of Playwork Practice
Journal of Poverty and Social Justice
Policy & Politics
Voluntary Sector Review

To find out more about each journal click on the links on the left.


Journal subscriptions through Swets & Zeitlinger Group BV

As you may know Swets & Zeitlinger Group BV have gone into administration. Libraries which subscribe to our journals will recently have received a renewal notice from Swets. Policy Press would like to help them facilitate their 2015 renewal to the Policy Press journals.
 
We would advise libraries that have not yet paid for their 2015 journal renewal via Swets not to make any prepyaments for orders that have not yet been made or accepted by Swets and not to make any payments of amounts that are not due. If you have made a prepayment that has been secured by bank guarantee, you should consider the terms of the guarantee. You will shortly be receiving a replacement 2015 renewal notice directly from Portland Customer Services. We are happy to work with you directly or with another subscription agent on their behalf to process their 2015 renewal in a timely manner. 
 
Libraries should contact us at pp-sales@bristol.ac.uk or Portland Customer Services atsales@portland-services.com to discuss your requirements. Alternatively, phone our Sales & Distribution Manager Ann Moore on +44 (0)117 954 5965 or Portland Customer Services on +44 (0)20 7865 2444.
 
Any libraries that have already made a payment to Swets should contact Policy Press on the same numbers so that we can work with them directly.
 
All libraries should be assured that this will not affect their 2014 subscription in anyway. We will aim to ensure that access is continuous during a potential period of uncertainty: please contact us with any queries or concerns.

  

Developing-country initiatives

For some time now, Policy Press has been working with INASP, an international development charity working with a global network of partners to strengthen access to, production and use of knowledge and evidence in Africa, Asia and Latin America. The aim is to improve access, production and use of research information and knowledge, so that countries are equipped to solve their development challenges. To find out more about INASP, visit the website at http://www.inasp.info/


Portico

Policy Press is pleased to announce that our journals are now included in Portico. The Portico service provides a permanent archive of electronic scholarly journals which provides protection for libraries against a potential loss of access. Libraries receive campus-wide access to archived content when specific trigger events occur and if the titles are no longer available from us or our online journal hosts, Ingenta.

 


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