|6||Profiles and Interventions|
|18||Book Reviews and Review Essays|
2018 was another very busy year at Social Movement Studies, where we received our highest ever number of submissions. Our publications continue to demonstrate the breadth of the field, as evident thematically via the word cloud below, and geographically via the map. We also received our highest JCR impact factor yet (1.581). There are multiple metrics out there, and they tend to be somewhat volatile. (This year's favourite is the Scopus Cultural Studies list, where we rank 10th from 771 journals!) As always, many thanks to all our submitting authors, advisory board and peer reviewers for hard work throughout the year.
For 2019 we have our first conference coming up and some great special issues in the pipeline, including: Weathering the Storm: Network Mobilization Dynamics in Uncertain Times in the Middle East and North Africa, Guest Eds: Frédéric Volpi & Janine A. Clark.
Note: if you want to see a comparable infographic for 2017, follow this link.
'Most cited' is a count of citations received in the last 3 years using CrossRef data available at Taylor & Francis Online in January 2019.
'Most read' is a total number of downloads or HTML article views since June 2011 on Taylor & Francis Online in January 2019.
|JCR Categories||Pol Sci||114/163||66/165||63/169|
|Scopus Rankings||Socio & Pol Sci||117/924||227/972||116/1029|
The SMS Editorial Board are: Kevin Gillan and Cristina Flesher Fominaya (Editors-in-Chief), Marcos Ancelovici, Gemma Edwards, Marianne Maeckelbergh, Eduardo Romanos, Clare Saunders, Luke Yates (Reviews Editor) and Hazel Burke (Managing Editor). We would like to thank all of our submitting authors, our Advisory Board and all peer reviewers for their contributions over the last year.
This infographic was created by Kevin Gillan.