Editor's Note

Editor's Note Political Behavior, Vol. 25, No. 4, December 2003 ( 2003) This is my last issue as Editor of Political Behavior, and I wanted to take this opportunity to thank the many reviewers and authors with whom I have worked over the years. Reviewing manuscripts is generally a thankless task, but reviewers are nonetheless the backbone of any quality journal. Without highly knowledgeable reviewers, authors will go elsewhere. I have also learned a great deal from the authors who submit manuscripts to Political Behavior, and I thank them for their professionalism and continued support of the jour- nal. The members of our Editorial Board have helped me to find just the right reviewer when a manuscript falls beyond my areas of expertise, and they have helped keep the review process both timely and of high quality. Over the years, it has been a pleasure to watch this journal grow both in visibility and in the breadth of its coverage of the field of political behavior. Political Behavior now attracts manuscripts from political scientists from a wide range of countries and studies that examine the political behavior of dozens of nations. It also attracts manuscripts from a wide variety of theoreti- cal and methodological camps. The available of our articles in JSTOR begin- ning this past year should only add further to its accessibility and visibility. I am happy to be leaving the journal in extremely capable hands. I am pleased to announce that Jon Hurwitz of the University of Pittsburgh, and Mark Peffley of the University of Kentucky, have agreed to take over as co- editors effective with the first issue of 2004. Jon and Mark will be shepherding the journal through the transition to an online submission and review process. I wish them the very best of luck and am certain that their editorship will take the journal to new heights. Please direct your manuscripts, reviews and ques- tions to them at POLBEH@UKY.EDU. The journal’s new website is located at www.uky.edu/journals/polbeh. Diana C. Mutz 0190-9320/03/1200-0287/0  2003 Plenum Publishing Corporation http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Political Behavior Springer Journals

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Kluwer Academic Publishers-Plenum Publishers
Copyright
Copyright © 2003 by Plenum Publishing Corporation
Subject
Political Science and International Relations; Political Science; Sociology, general
ISSN
0190-9320
eISSN
1573-6687
D.O.I.
10.1023/B:POBE.0000004438.96014.f7
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Political Behavior, Vol. 25, No. 4, December 2003 ( 2003) This is my last issue as Editor of Political Behavior, and I wanted to take this opportunity to thank the many reviewers and authors with whom I have worked over the years. Reviewing manuscripts is generally a thankless task, but reviewers are nonetheless the backbone of any quality journal. Without highly knowledgeable reviewers, authors will go elsewhere. I have also learned a great deal from the authors who submit manuscripts to Political Behavior, and I thank them for their professionalism and continued support of the jour- nal. The members of our Editorial Board have helped me to find just the right reviewer when a manuscript falls beyond my areas of expertise, and they have helped keep the review process both timely and of high quality. Over the years, it has been a pleasure to watch this journal grow both in visibility and in the breadth of its coverage of the field of political behavior. Political Behavior now attracts manuscripts from political scientists from a wide range of countries and studies that examine the political behavior of dozens of nations. It also attracts manuscripts from a wide variety of theoreti- cal and methodological camps. The available of our articles in JSTOR begin- ning this past year should only add further to its accessibility and visibility. I am happy to be leaving the journal in extremely capable hands. I am pleased to announce that Jon Hurwitz of the University of Pittsburgh, and Mark Peffley of the University of Kentucky, have agreed to take over as co- editors effective with the first issue of 2004. Jon and Mark will be shepherding the journal through the transition to an online submission and review process. I wish them the very best of luck and am certain that their editorship will take the journal to new heights. Please direct your manuscripts, reviews and ques- tions to them at POLBEH@UKY.EDU. The journal’s new website is located at www.uky.edu/journals/polbeh. Diana C. Mutz 0190-9320/03/1200-0287/0  2003 Plenum Publishing Corporation

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