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Parliamentary Affairs is a British peer-reviewed quarterly academic journal. Founded in 1947, it focuses on the government and politics of the United Kingdom, and also covers parliamentary systems across the world. It is published by the Oxford Journals section of Oxford University Press, in partnership with the Hansard Society, which was created to promote parliamentary democracy throughout the world. The journal is available online, and also produces podcasts. Parliamentary Affairs has an impact factor of 1.238 and is ranked 54/99 in the Political Science category of the Institute for Scientific Information Social Science Citation Index (2008). It is edited by Philip Cowley, Jon Tonge and David S. Moon.
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