Aims and Scope

European Quarterly of Political Attitudes and Mentalities (EQPAM) is a peer-reviewed research journal aimed for publishing original interdisciplinary research articles in political science, political methodology, big data, and the sciences of the artificial. EQPAM has been launched on September 2012 by the Eastern European Research Group on Political Attitudes and Mentalities (EPAM). When it first started, the European Quarterly of Political Attitudes and Mentalities published original research of doctoral candidates, master students, post-doctoral fellows, faculty members and research scientists from the Central and Eastern European universities and research centers. It has became soon afterwards the main online research publication of the European Political Culture Association (EPCA) and European Research Center for Political Culture (EPCAM). Now, EQPAM is open to publication of original research papers elaborated by researchers from all over the world.

EPAM Research Group has been founded by the Eastern European Exploratory Workshop on Political Attitudes and Mentalities, EEEW-PAM’2012, organized by the Faculty of Political Science of the University of Bucharest, Romania, with the support of the Romanian CNCS-UEFISCDI institutions under the project number PNII-IDEI/WE_PN-II-ID-WE-2012-4-046/2012. It welcomes original interdisciplinary papers which combine political methodology and computational and simulation modelling research.

European Political Culture Association (EPCA) has been founded by the Eastern European Exploratory Workshop on Political Cultures, EEEW-PC’2016, organized by the Faculty of Political Science of the University of Bucharest, Romania. It is meant to extend the EPAM joint research framework such that it enables European local and regional research collaboration initiatives.

European Research Centre for Political Culture (EPCAM) has been founded by Dr. Camelia Florela Voinea at the Faculty of Political Science of the University of Bucharest and aims to offer an institutional support to EPAM and EPCA interdisciplinary research frameworks.