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|Frequency||Quarterly (1929-1997), bimonthly (1997-present)|
Australian Quarterly is Australia's longest running political science journal, established in 1929. Its original focus on science policy quickly broadened to encompass a wide range of political, economic, and social issues. From 1929 to mid-1997 the journal was published quarterly. In the latter part of 1997 it switched to a magazine format, changed its name to AQ: Journal of Contemporary Analysis, and began appearing bimonthly. In 2006 it changed its name again to AQ: Australian Quarterly, which it remains; it continues to appear bimonthly.
AQ: Australian Quarterly is published in Sydney, Australia by the Australian Institute of Policy and Science, formerly known as the Australian Institute of Political Science. It is a core journal in the Worldwide Political Science Abstracts database, and issues more than three years old are available online through JSTOR.
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