Journal of Political Ideologies

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Journal of Political Ideologies  
Discipline Political Science
Language English
Edited by Michael Freeden
Publication details
Taylor & Francis
Frequency 3 issues per year
ISSN 1356-9317 (print)
1469-9613 (web)

The Journal of Political Ideologies (JPI) is a political science journal dedicated to the analysis of political ideologies. It was founded by Michael Freeden and first published in 1996. The journal supports an agenda of cross-disciplinary debate concerning political thinking and political imagination.[1]

In a 2012 award ceremony by the PSA (Political Studies Association), the JPI was referred to as ‘one of the leading political theory journals in the Anglophone world’. [2]


  1. ^ "Aims and Scope", Taylor and Francis Publishing Group (Retrieved November 3, 2009)
  2. ^ Sir Isaiah Berlin Prize for Lifetime Contribution to Political Studies