About the Journal

Political Preferences is a peer-reviewed scientific journal established in 2010 by researchers from the Institute of Political Science at the University of Silesia in Katowice. The journal promotes empirical research in political preferences, policy analysis, and political behaviors, concentrating primarily in Central and Eastern European countries. Political Preferences is open to cooperation with researchers at every scientific career stage (also Ph.D. students) and representing such academic disciplines as political science, psychology, and sociology. Political Preferences is the official journal of the Central European Political Science Association (CEPSA). Journal provides open access to its content.

How to cite us?

-  from 2016 (journal title: Political Preferences)
Olszanecka-Marmola, A. (2019). The Effects of Political Advertising on the Perception of Political Images: a Case Study of Polish Presidential Election in 2015. Political Preferences, 22, 43-58.

- between 2010 and 2015 (journal title: Preferencje Polityczne)
Wojtasik, W. (2012). Sukces Ruchu Palikota w świetle czynników możliwego sukcesu politycznego (Political Opportunity Structure). Preferencje Polityczne, 3, 159-174.

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>> We would like to thank Professor Andrzej Noras for understanding the editorial office's needs and the support he gave as the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Silesia.

>> We would like to thank Professor Zbigniew Widera for his goodwill and help during the editorial office organization and the material support necessary to publish our journal.

>> We would like to thank Professor Irena Pilch for her methodological support and assistance in implementing the research projects.

>> We would like to thank Professor Miro Haček from the University of Ljubljana for his help in our journal's internationalization.

>> We would like to thank Ph.D. Aneta Drabek for her help with our journal's bibliometric positioning.

>> We would like to thank Jarosław Wichura, the first secretary in our editorial team. His enthusiasm and dedication were invaluable support for us and the authors.

>> We would like to thank Ph.D. Dagmara Głuszek-Szafraniec, former Editorial Assistant in the editorial team. Her work had a huge impact on raising the level of review and internationalization of our journal.