The Brooks Blog is a top 100 Labour Party blog by Thom Brooks discussing topics in ethics, law & public policy
Interesting rankings. As a (moral and political) philosopher of education, though, I have to comment on the curious inclusion of one journal that is not primarily philosophical -- Education, Citizenship and Social Justice -- while neglecting several other education journals that publish a lot of work which draws on contemporary mainstream philosophy from a variety of traditions -- e.g. Theory and Research in Education (Sage), Journal of Philosophy of Education, Educational Philosophy and Theory, and Educational Theory (Wiley-Blackwell), and Ethics and Education (Routledge). These are the main philosophy of ed journals. A little plug for little old philosophy of ed.
I don't work in the area and so didn't know all the journals: please submit these suggestions on the website and I'll get them added.
Thanks, Thom. Will do. Can't quite manage to see so far how to submit a suggestion specifically to add them to your ranking quiz. But will work on it.Kevin
Thom, you've got way too many journals in this poll, meaning it will take a very long time to get meaningful comparisons--you'll need 100,000 or maybe 200,000 votes to get anything sensible out of this. You might want to redo it with just fifty or so journals.
Brian - many thanks for this advice...and I think you're right. I will let this play out a bit more, but redesign the poll perhaps with the top 50 journals in this current poll. I'll let you know when this is up -- and any help circulating the link would be extremely appreciated!
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