Monthly Archive: June 2015

Jun 26

New Research Output: Collating longitudinal data on crime, victimisation and social attitudes in England and Wales

In a research note published in the British Journal of Criminology, Will Jennings and colleague introduce a new longitudinal dataset on self-reported victimisation – that draws together from the British Crime Survey – and social attitudes on crime and punishment. Jennings, Will, Gray, Emily, Hay, Colin and Farrall, Stephen (2015) Collating longitudinal data on crime, victimisation and social attitudes in England …

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Jun 26

New Research Output: Preferences, problems and representation

In a recent article in the journal Political Science Research Methods, Will Jennings and Christopher Wlezien explore the differences between the public’s preferences for policy and their issue priorities.” Jennings, Will and Wlezien, Christopher (2015) Preferences, problems and representation. Political Science Research Methods (doi:10.1017/psrm.2015.3 ).  

Jun 26

New Research Output: Public opinion, responsiveness and constraint

In an article recently published in the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Will Jennings and colleagues examine the relationship between public opinion and immigration policy in Britain, and how policy-makers both seek to be responsive to opinion but also constrained by particular features of the policy domain. Find it at: Ford, Robert, Jennings, Will and Somerville, Will (2015) Public …

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Jun 26

New Research Output: Thatcher’s Grandchildren

In a recent article in Political Insight magazine, Will Jennings and colleagues look at changes in social attitudes on inequality across generations in Britain. Find it at: Gray, Emily, Farrall, Stephen, Hay, Colin, Dorling, Danny and Jennings, Will (2015) Thatcher’s grandchildren: the long road to inequality. Political Insight, 6, (1), 16-19. (doi:10.1111/2041-9066.12082).  

Jun 26

New Research Output: The Timeline of Elections

In a recent paper in the American Journal of Political Science, Will Jennings and Christopher Wlezien show how institutions matter to the evolution of voter preferences over the election cycle – based on more than 26,000 polls from 45 different countries. Find it at: Jennings, Will and Wlezien, Christopher (2015) The timeline of elections: a comparative perspective. American Journal …

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Jun 18

New Research Output: Special Issue on Administrative Ethnography

C2G2’s Rod Rhodes has (with Karen Boll ) guest edited a special issue on administrative ethnography in the Journal of Organizational Ethnography. See his introduction and article below: – Rhodes R. A. W. and Boll, K. (2015) ‘Excursions in Administrative Ethnography’, Journal of Organizational Ethnography 3 (2) 2015: 1-10. DOI 10.1108/JOE-05-2015-0013. – Rhodes, R. A. …

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Jun 09

New Research Output: Fairness and Aggregation

C2G2’s Ben Saunders has a new article out (with A C Paseau) in Utilitas on “Fairness and Aggregation”. Find it on early view at: DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0953820815000230.

Jun 02

New Research Output: Redrawing the Contours of the Nation-State in Uruguay?

C2G2’s Ana Margheritis has a new article forthcoming in International Migration Review on  “Redrawing the Contours of the Nation-State in Uruguay? The Vicissitudes of Emigration Policy in the 2000s”. Find it on early view at: DOI: 10.1111/imre.12088.

Jun 01

New Research Output: Embracing Impressionism

C2G2’s John Boswell has a new article out (with Jack Corbett) in Critical Policy Studies on “Embracing impressionism: Revealing the Brush Strokes of Interpretive Research”.  The article (find it at DOI:10.1080/19460171.2014.971039) has been published alongside with 5 responses from senior figures in interpretive policy studies.