Journal of Policy History (J Pol Hist )
The Journal of Policy History provides an interdisciplinary forum for scholars concerned with the application of historical perspectives to public policy studies. The journal aims to encourage researchinto the formation and development of public policy while encouraging the application of diverse methods and theories to public policyand their politics within a histrocial perspective. In addition to social scientist and historians, the journal seeks to inform policy makers through a historical approach to public policy. The Journal of Policy History is intended to give voice to scholars interested in understanding public policies and their development through historical inquiry and interpretation. The journal publishes historical studies of specific policy areas and policy institutions, and explores continuities and shifts in policy over time. The journal encourages interdisciplinary research into the origins and development of public policy in the United States and other countries. Comparative historical approaches to the development of public policies are also welcomed. Each year the first issue is devoted to a special topic such as drug control policy, the refugee/asylum dilemma, urban policy, equal opportunity and affirmative action, and civil rights policy. This issue is also published separately as a paperback (Issues in Policy History) for course use.
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- WebsiteJournal of Policy History (JPH) website
- Other titlesJournal of policy history (Online), Journal of policy history, JPH
- Material typeDocument, Periodical, Internet resource
- Document typeInternet Resource, Computer File, Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
- Author can archive a pre-print version
- Author can archive a post-print version
- On authors personal or departmental web page or institutional repository or PubMed Central
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- Publisher copyright and source must be acknowledged
- Must link to publisher version
- Authors version may be deposited immediately on acceptance
- Publishers version/PDF may be used on authors personal or departmental web page any time after publication
- Publishers version/PDF may be used in an institutional repository or PubMed Central after 12 month embargo
- Articles in some journals can be made Open Access on payment of additional charge
- If funding agency rules apply, authors may post articles in PubMed Central 12 months after publication or use Cambridge Open Option
- Permission (not to be unreasonably withheld) needs to be sought if the author is at a different institution to when the article was originally published.
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Publications in this journal
- Journal of Policy History 04/2014; 26(2).
- Journal of Policy History 01/2011; 32(1):74-93.
- Journal of Policy History 02/2002; 14(4):384-416.
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ABSTRACT: The years surrounding 1970 marked the coming of age of the modern environmental movement. As that movement enters its fourth decade, perhaps the most striking change is the virtual abandonment by national environmental groups of U.S. population stabilization as an actively pursued goal. How did the American environmental movement change so radically? Answering that question will be a challenging assignment for historians. The authors are not historians. We have spent most of our lives as a journalist and an environmental scientist, respectively. But to the historians who eventually take up the task, we have many suggestions of where to look. To begin to understand why that retreat has occurred and the significance of the retreat, it will be important to review the 1970-era movement and its population roots.Journal of Policy History 02/2000; 12(1):123-56.
- Journal of Policy History 02/1995; 7(1):53-71.
- Journal of Policy History 02/1995; 7(1):72-102.
- Journal of Policy History 02/1995; 7(1):1-21.
- Journal of Policy History 02/1995; 7(1):160-76.
- Journal of Policy History 02/1995; 7(1):22-52.
- Journal of Policy History 02/1995; 7(1):128-59.
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