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Jurnal European Online pentru Atitudini si Mentalitati Politice
European Quarterly of Political Attitudes and Mentalities (EQPAM)

ISSN 2285 - 4916
ISSN-L 2285 - 4916

The European Quarterly of Political Attitudes and Mentalities (EQPAM) promotes quantitative and qualitative political analysis research. A publication of the European Political Attitudes and Mentalities Research Group (EPAM), it aims at publishing interdisciplinary research articles which combine political science, sociology, social psychology, history, anthropology, mathematics and computer sciences. The political attitude and mentality research is aimed at providing the governments of the European countries and the EU with high quality political analysis and predictions able to give scientific and pragmatic support for the achievement of good governance and for the development of complex public policies. 

EQPAM aims at using the expertise of Eastern European scholars in the area of sociology, history, and political science in order to better know and understand the historical heritage of the political culture of the Eastern European countries, the political attitudes and mentalities of these people. The post-communist regimes in several Eastern European countries are often analysed in close relation to the EU problematics in managing the increasing number of its member countries. The past and present EU difficulties and crises could thus be better understood and such knowledge could guide both civil society's actions and governments' policies.

The European Quarterly of Political Attitudes and Mentalities (EQPAM) has been founded by the Eastern European Exploratory Workshop on Political Attitudes and Mentalities, EEEW-PAM'2012, initiated and organized by Dr. Camelia Florela Voinea, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Political Sciences of the University of Bucharest, Romania, with the support of CNCS-UEFISCDI, IDEI- Exploratory Workshop Program, Project Number PNII-IDEI/WE_PN-II-ID-WE-2012-4-046/2012. The research group and the editorial team members are researchers, faculty, master and doctoral students from 10 European countries: Austria, Croatia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia.