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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    1 July 2017History of Bahrain  Jones, MO
    15 November 2018History of Education Teacher?  Freathy, R; Doney, J
    13 April 2016Hot Blooded Gluttons: Dependency, Coherency & Method in the Historical Sciences  Currie, AM
    14 December 2020How a lack of truthfulness can undermine democratic representation: The case of post-referendum Brexit discourses  Hansson, S; Kröger, S
    9 December 2015How anxiety induces verbal hallucinations  Ratcliffe, M; Wilkinson, S
    2 July 2018How best to open up local democracy? A randomised experiment to encourage contested elections and greater representativeness in English parish councils  Ryan, M; Stoker, G; John, P; et al.
    18 September 2019How Can Schools Support Parents’ Engagement in their Children’s Learning? Evidence from Research and Practice  Axford, N; Berry, V; Lloyd, J; et al.
    2 April 2015How can we confidently judge the extent to which student voice in higher education has been genuinely amplified? A proposal for a new evaluation framework  Seale, Jane
    13 November 2018How contempt became a passion  Carroll, RE
    25 June 2015How did it become possible? Supranational Ecumenical developments and changes in Religious Education during the 1960s and 1970s  Doney, J
    8 August 2014How do religious norms diffuse? Institutional translation and international change in a post-secular world society  Bettiza, Gregorio; Dionigi, Filippo
    2016How Do Scientists Understand Openness? Exploring the Relationship between Open Science Policies and Research Practice  Levin, N; Leonelli, S; Weckowska, D; et al.
    3 October 2016How Does One “Open” Science? Questions of Value in Biological Research  Levin, N; Leonelli, S
    1 July 2003How elections change the way citizens view the political system: campaigns, media effects and electoral outcomes in comparative perspective  Banducci, Susan A.; Karp, Jeffrey A.
    10 May 2018How limited representativeness weakens throughput legitimacy in the EU: The example of interest groups  Kroger, S
    25 November 2017How Many Colours?  Walsh, KE
    2013How much of the free will problem does (the right kind of) indeterminism solve?  Dupré, John
    3 May 2019How Policy Agendas Change When Autocracies Liberalize: The Case of Hong Kong, 1975‐2016  Or, H
    19 September 2018How political are national identities? A comparison of the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany in the 2010s  Mader, M; Scotto, TJ; Reifler, J; et al.
    8 July 2020How Politics Shape Views Toward Fact-Checking: Evidence from Six European Countries  Lyons, B; Merola, V; Reifler, J; et al.