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Dr Laura Sudulich

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Department of Government
Dr Laura Sudulich
  • Email

  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 876574

  • Location

    5B.314, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    Thursday 9-10 and 12-13

Profile

Qualifications

  • PhD Trinity College Dublin, (2010)

Appointments

University of Essex

  • SeNSS Lead for Government, University of Essex (1/9/2019 - present)

  • SeNSS - Politics Pathway Chair, University of Essex (24/10/2019 - present)

  • Director of Communication, Department of Government, University of Essex (1/7/2019 - present)

Publications

Journal articles (18)

Morgan-Jones, E., Sudulich, L., Loizides, N., Popp, R. and Baykiz, T., Citizens and Peace Mediations in Divided Societies: Identifying Zones of Agreement through a Conjoint Survey Experiment. Journal of Conflict Resolution

Sudulich, M. and Trumm, S., (2022). A longitudinal study of online campaigning in the most digitally advanced society in the world. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion, and Parties. 32 (4), 960-979

Cardi, V., Albano, G., Gentili, C. and Sudulich, L., (2021). The impact of emotion regulation and mental health difficulties on health behaviours during COVID19. Journal of Psychiatric Research. 143, 409-415

Morgan-Jones, E., Sudulich, L., Cochrane, F. and Neopythos, L., (2020). Citizen Preferences about Border Arrangements in Divided Societies: Evidence from a Conjoint Experiment in Northern Ireland. Research and Politics. 7 (3), 205316802092992-205316802092992

Sudulich, L., Trumm, S. and Bridgewater, J., (2020). Parliamentary Representation: A Cross-national Study of Candidates’ Views. Parliamentary Affairs. 73 (3), 522-542

Sudulich, L. and Trumm, S., (2019). A Comparative Study of the Effects of Electoral Institutions on Campaigns. British Journal of Political Science. 49 (1), 381-399

Trumm, S. and Sudulich, L., (2018). What does it take to make it to the polling station? The effects of campaign activities on electoral participation. Party Politics. 24 (2), 168-184

Baccini, L., Sudulich, L. and Wall, M., (2016). Internet Effects in Times of Political Crisis. Public Opinion Quarterly. 80 (2), 411-436

Sudulich, L., Wall, M. and Baccini, L., (2015). Wired Voters: The Effects of Internet Use on Voters’ Electoral Uncertainty. British Journal of Political Science. 45 (4), 853-881

Sudulich, ML., Wall, M. and Farrell, DM., (2013). Why bother campaigning? Campaign effectiveness in the 2009 European Parliament elections. Electoral Studies. 32 (4), 768-778

Wall, M., Sudulich, ML. and Cunningham, K., (2012). What are the Odds? Using Constituency-level Betting Markets to Forecast Seat Shares in the 2010 UK General Elections. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties. 22 (1), 3-26

Sudulich, ML., (2011). Can the Internet Reinvent Democracy?. Irish Political Studies. 26 (4), 563-577

Sudulich, ML. and Wall, M., (2011). How do candidates spend their money? Objects of campaign spending and the effectiveness of diversification. Electoral Studies. 30 (1), 91-101

Wall, M. and Sudulich, ML., (2010). MATRIX REVOLUTIONS?. Information, Communication & Society. 13 (4), 574-591

Sudulich, ML. and Wall, M., (2010). ‘Rewarding the Wealthy’ versus ‘Looking After the Poor’: Affective Perception of ‘Right’ and ‘Left’ by Candidates in the 2007 Irish General Elections. Irish Political Studies. 25 (1), 95-106

Sudulich, ML. and Wall, M., (2010). “Every Little Helps”: Cyber-Campaigning in the 2007 Irish General Election. Journal of Information Technology & Politics. 7 (4), 340-355

Sudulich, ML. and Wall, M., (2009). Keeping Up with the Murphys? Candidate Cyber-campaigning in the 2007 Irish General Election. Parliamentary Affairs. 62 (3), 456-475

Wall, M., Sudulich, ML., Costello, R. and Leon, E., (2009). Picking your party online – An investigation of Ireland's first online voting advice application. Information Polity. 14 (3), 203-218

Book chapters (2)

Nixon, P., (2013). Politics and the Internet in Comparative Context. In: Politics and the Internet in Comparative Context: Views from the Cloud. Routledge. 75- 94. 9780203798331

(2011). How Ireland Voted 2011. In: How Ireland Voted 2011: The Full Story of Ireland's Earthquake Election. Palgrave Macmillan UK. 89- 106. 9780230348820

Conferences (1)

Sudulich, ML., (2007). Irish parties in cyberspace: An analysis of political parties' websites and online campaigning in the context of the 2007 general elections

Reports and Papers (5)

Sudulich, M., Loizides, N., Morgan-Jones, E., Popp, R., Kusku, I. and Psaltis, C., UN Mediations and Peace Settlement Preferences in Cyprus and the Cypriot Transnational Diaspora

Sudulich, M., Trumm, S. and Makropoulos, I., Running uphill: The gender resource gap in comparative perspective

Sudulich, M., Morgan-Johns, E., Popp, R., Loizides, N. and Psaltis, C., Winning the People’s Peace? Grievances, Territory and Credible Commitments in Negotiated Settlements

Sudulich, ML., Morgan-Jones, E., Loizides, N., Psaltis, C., Kume, A., Kusku, I. and Cakal, H., Research Note: Survey-based Approaches in Estimating the Size of Diasporic Communities

Sudulich, M., (2024). Incorporating Citizen Preferences into the Design of Effective Peace Settlements

Dataset (4)

Sudulich, M., Berkhout, J., Ruedin, D., Meyer, S., Peintinger, T., Vangoidsenhoven, G., Cunningham, K. and Ros, V., (2013).Political Claims Analysis: Support and Opposition to Migration

Sudulich, M., Ros, V., Berkhout;, J., Morales, L., Ruedin, D., Peintinger, T., Vangoidsenhoven, G., Wunderlich, D. and Meyer, S., (2012).Political Opportunity Structures

Sudulich, M., Morales, L., Berkhout, J., Ruedin, D., Cunningham;, K., Peintinger, T., Vangoidsenhoven, G., Ros, V., Wunderlich, D. and Meyer;, S., (2012).Political Opportunity Structures - Parties

Sudulich, M., Morales, L., Ros, V., Berkhout;, J., Cunningham, K., Peintinger;, T., Ruedin, D., Vangoidsenhoven, G. and Wunderlich, D., (2012).Comparative Data Set of Immigration-Related Statistics 1995-2009

Grants and funding

2023

Citizen Inclusion in Power-Sharing Settlements

Economic and Social Research Council

Contact

l.sudulich@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 876574

Location:

5B.314, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

Thursday 9-10 and 12-13

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