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Professor Paul Whiteley

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Department of Government
Professor Paul Whiteley
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    +44 (0) 1206 873567

  • Location

    5.024, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    Tuesdays 12:00 to 14:00

Profile

Biography

Fellow of the British Academy; Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences

Qualifications

  • BA(Econ) (Sheffield)

  • MA, PhD (Essex)

Research and professional activities

Research interests

Public Opinion

Electoral Behaviour

Political Economy

Political Methodology

Current research

British political parties

electoral behaviour

political economy

the comparative analysis of citizenship

Teaching and supervision

  • Political Behaviour (GV202)

  • Electoral Behaviour (GV303)

  • Public Opinion and Political Behaviour (GV917)

Publications

Chapters (11)

Whiteley, PF., Clarke, HD. and Goodwin, M., (2018). The Rise and Fall of UKIP 2010-2017. In: Britain at the Polls

Whiteley, PF., (2015). Social Capital. In: International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition). 174- 180. 978-0-08-097087-5

Whiteley, PF., (2014). Not Total Recall: Why People Lie about Voting. In: Sex, Lies & the Ballot Box 50 things you need to know about British elections. 9781849547550

Sanders, D., Clarke, H., Stewart, M. and Whiteley, PF., (2014). Output-oriented Legitimacy: Individual- and System-level Influences on Democracy Satisfaction. In: Elections and Democracy: Representation and Accountability. 153- 180. 9780198716334

Whiteley, P., (2013). The decline of labour’s local party membership and electoral base, 1945-79. In: The Politics of the Labour Party. 111- 134. 9780203707579

Clarke, HD., Sanders, D., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, PF., (2008). Travel tips for students of electoral choice: The dynamics of partisanship in Britain and elsewhere. In: Political Parties and Partisanship: Social identity and individual attitudes. 9780415460965

Whiteley, PF., (2008). What makes a Good Citizen? Citizenship Across the Democratic World. In: British Social Attitudes: the 24th Report. 9781412947749

Seyd, P. and Whiteley, P., (2004). From disaster to landslide: The case of the Britsh labour party. In: How Political Parties Respond: Interest Aggregation Revisited. 41- 60. 0203324226

Clarke, HD., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, PF., (2003). Emotions, expectations and the dynamics of party support in Britain. In: Economic Voting

Whiteley, P., (2003). Economic growth and social capital. In: Poverty and Social Exclusion in North and South: Essays on Social Policy and Global Poverty Reduction. 123- 148. 0203987829

Clarke, HD., Norpoth, H. and Whiteley, PF., (1998). It's About Time: Modelling Political and Social Dynamics. In: Research Strategies in the Social Sciences: A Guide to New Approaches. 978-0-19-829238-8

Journals (115)

Whiteley, P., (2017). Beyond Party Members: Changing Approaches to Partisan Mobilization. PARTY POLITICS. 23 (2)

Clarke, HD., Goodwin, M. and Whiteley, PF., (2017). Why Britain Voted for Brexit: An Individual-Level Analysis of the 2016 Referendum Vote. Parliamentary Affairs. 70 (3)

Whiteley, P., (2016). Globalization and Mass Politics: Retaining the Room to Maneuver. PERSPECTIVES ON POLITICS. 14 (1)

Whiteley, P., Clarke, HD., Sanders, D. and Stewart, MC., (2016). Forecasting the 2015 British general election: The Seats-Votes model. Electoral Studies. 41

Whiteley, P., Clarke, HD., Sanders, D. and Stewart, M., (2016). Why Do Voters Lose Trust in Governments? Public Perceptions of Government Honesty and Trustworthiness in Britain 2000–2013. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations. 18 (1)

Whiteley, P., (2016). Why Did the Polls Get It Wrong in the 2015 General Election? Evaluating the Inquiry into Pre-Election Polls. The Political Quarterly. 87 (3)

Whiteley, PF., (2016). What explains electoral responses to the 'Great Recession in Europe?. Asian Journal of Comparative Politics. 1 (1)

Whiteley, PF., Clarke, H., Sanders, D. and Stewart, MC., (2016). Hunting the Snark: A Reply to ?Re-Evaluating Valence Models of Political Choice?. Political Science Research and Methods. 4 (01)

Clarke, H., Whiteley, P., Borges, W., Sanders, D. and Stewart, M., (2016). Modelling the dynamics of support for a right-wing populist party: the case of UKIP. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties. 26 (2)

Clarke, H., Reifler, J., Scotto, TJ., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, P., (2015). Valence politics and voting in the 2012 U.S. presidential election. Electoral Studies. 40

Birch, S., Clarke, HD. and Whiteley, P., (2015). Should 16-Year-Olds Be Allowed to Vote in Westminster Elections? Public Opinion and Electoral Franchise Reform. Parliamentary Affairs. 68 (2)

Whiteley, P., Clarke, HD., Sanders, D. and Stewart, MC., (2015). The Economic and Electoral Consequences of Austerity Policies in Britain. Parliamentary Affairs. 68 (1)

Whiteley, P., (2014). Does Citizenship Education Work? Evidence from a Decade of Citizenship Education in Secondary Schools in England. Parliamentary Affairs. 67 (3)

Whiteley, P., (2014). Does regulation make political parties more popular? A multi-level analysis of party support in Europe. International Political Science Review. 35 (3)

Reifler, J., Clarke, HD., Scotto, TJ., Sanders, D., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, P., (2014). Prudence, Principle and Minimal Heuristics: British Public Opinion toward the Use of Military Force in Afghanistan and Libya. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations. 16 (1)

Borges, W., Clarke, HD., Stewart, MC., Sanders, D. and Whiteley, P., (2013). The emerging political economy of austerity in Britain. Electoral Studies. 32 (3)

Clarke, HD., Sanders, D., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, P., (2013). Leader heuristics, political knowledge and voting in Britain's AV referendum. Electoral Studies. 32 (2)

Whiteley, P., (2012). Economic Performance and Higher Education: The Lessons for Britain. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations. 14 (4)

Whiteley, P., Clarke, HD., Sanders, D. and Stewart, MC., (2012). Britain Says NO: Voting in the AV Ballot Referendum. Parliamentary Affairs. 65 (2)

Whiteley, PF., (2011). Is the party over? The decline of party activism and membership across the democratic world. Party Politics. 17 (1)

Sanders, D., Clarke, H., Stewart, M. and Whiteley, P., (2011). Response to David Hugh-Jones. Parliamentary Affairs. 64 (4)

Clarke, HD., Kornberg, A., Scotto, TJ., Reifler, J., Sanders, D., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, P., (2011). Yes we can! Valence politics and electoral choice in America, 2008. Electoral Studies. 30 (3)

Whiteley, P., Sanders, D., Stewart, M. and Clarke, H., (2011). Aggregate level forecasting of the 2010 general election in Britain: The Seats-Votes model. Electoral Studies. 30 (2)

Sanders, D., Clarke, HD., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, P., (2011). Downs, Stokes and the Dynamics of Electoral Choice. British Journal of Political Science. 41 (02)

Sanders, D., Clarke, HD., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, P., (2011). Simulating the Effects of the Alternative Vote in the 2010 UK General Election. Parliamentary Affairs. 64 (1)

Sanders, D., Clarke, HD., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, PF., (2011). Downs, Stokes and the Dynamics of Electoral Choice. British Journal of Political Science. 41 (02)

Clarke, H., Sanders, D., Stewart, M. and Whiteley, P., (2011). Valence Politics and Electoral Choice in Britain, 2010. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties. 21 (2)

Scotto, TJ., Clarke, HD., Kornberg, A., Reifler, J., Sanders, D., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, P., (2010). The dynamic political economy of support for Barack Obama during the 2008 presidential election campaign. Electoral Studies. 29 (4)

Whiteley, P., Clarke, HD., Sanders, D. and Stewart, MC., (2010). Government Performance and Life Satisfaction in Contemporary Britain. The Journal of Politics. 72 (3)

Whiteley, P., Clarke, H., Sanders, D. and Stewart, M., (2010). Polling and forecasting the general election of 2010. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MARKET RESEARCH. 52 (5)

Whiteley, P., Stewart, M., Sanders, D. and Clarke, H., (2010). Do Institutions really influence political participation? Contextual influences on turnout and participation in the world's democracies. International Journal of Market Research. 52 (1)

Whiteley, P., (2010). Can Labour Win?. Political Insight. 1 (1)

Clarke, HD., Sanders, D., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, P., (2009). The American voter's British cousin. Electoral Studies. 28 (4)

Whiteley, P., (2009). Where Have All the Members Gone? The Dynamics of Party Membership in Britain. Parliamentary Affairs. 62 (2)

Whiteley, P., (2009). GOVERNMENT EFFECTIVENESS AND POLITICAL PARTICIPATION IN BRITAIN. Representation. 45 (3)

Whiteley, P., (2008). Evaluating rival forecasting models of the 2005 general election in Britain – An encompassing experiment. Electoral Studies. 27 (4)

Sanders, D., Clarke, HD., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, PF., (2008). The Endogeneity of Preferences in Spatial Models: Evidence from the 2005 British Election Study. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties. 18 (4)

Clarke, HD., Sanders, D., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, PF., (2008). Internet Surveys and National Election Studies: A Symposium. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties. 18 (4)

Sanders, D., Clarke, HD., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, P., (2007). Does Mode Matter For Modeling Political Choice? Evidence From the 2005 British Election Study. Political Analysis. 15 (03)

Bellucci, P. and Whiteley, P., (2006). Modeling Electoral Choice in Europe in the Twenty-First Century: An Introduction. Electoral Studies. 25 (3)

Whiteley, PF., (2005). Forecasting Seats from Votes in British General Elections. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations. 7 (2)

Whiteley, P., (2005). Studies in Public Opinion: Attitudes, Nonattitudes, Measurement Error, and Change. Perspectives on Politics. 3 (03)

Whiteley, P., (2005). The Issue Agenda and Voting in 2005. Parliamentary Affairs. 58 (4)

Whiteley, P., (2004). Reinventing Political Activism. Government and Opposition. 39 (4)

Seyd, P. and Whiteley, P., (2004). British Party Members. Party Politics. 10 (4)

Seyd, P. and Whiteley, P., (2004). British party members - An overview. PARTY POLITICS. 10 (4)

D. Clarke, H., Sanders, D., C. Stewart, M. and F. Whiteley, P., (2003). Britain (Not) at the Polls, 2001. Political Science and Politics. 36 (01)

Whiteley, P. and Seyd, P., (2003). Party Election Campaigning in Britain. Party Politics. 9 (5)

Pattie, C., Seyd, P. and Whiteley, P., (2003). Citizenship and Civic Engagement: Attitudes and Behaviour in Britain. Political Studies. 51 (3)

Pattie, C., (2003). Civic Attitudes and Engagement in Modern Britain. Parliamentary Affairs. 56 (4)

Whiteley, P. and Seyd, P., (2003). How to win a landslide by really trying: the effects of local campaigning on voting in the 1997 British general election. Electoral Studies. 22 (2)

Sanders, D., (2003). The Dynamics of Protest in Britain, 2000-2002. Parliamentary Affairs. 56 (4)

Whiteley, P., (2003). The State of Participation in Britain. Parliamentary Affairs. 56 (4)

Seyd, P., Whiteley, P. and Pattie, C., (2001). Citizenship in Britain: Attitudes and Behaviour. The Political Quarterly. 72 (s1)

Whiteley, P., Clarke, H., Sanders, D. and Stewart, M., (2001). the 2001 general election in britain. European Political Science. 1 (1)

Whiteley, P., (2001). Turnout. Parliamentary Affairs. 54 (4)

Sanders, D., (2001). The Economy and Voting. Parliamentary Affairs. 54 (4)

Whiteley, PF., (2000). Economic growth and social capital. Political Studies. 48 (3)

Clarke, HD., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, PF., (1998). New Models for New Labour: The Political Economy of Labour Party Support, January 1992–April 1997. American Political Science Review. 92 (03)

Whiteley, P. and Seyd, P., (1998). Labour's grassroots campaign in 1997. British Elections & Parties Review. 8 (1)

WHITELEY, PF. and SEYD, P., (1998). The Dynamics of Party Activism in Britain: A Spiral of Demobilization?. British Journal of Political Science. 28 (1)

CLARKE, HD., STEWART, MC. and WHITELEY, P., (1997). Tory Trends: Party Identification and the Dynamics of Conservative Support Since 1992. British Journal of Political Science. 27 (2)

WHITELEY, P., (1997). The Conservative Campaign. Parliamentary Affairs. 50 (4)

Seyd, P. and Whiteley, PF., (1996). L'évolution récente des adhérents du Parti conservateur et du Parti travailliste en Grande-Bretagne. Revue française de science politique. 46 (6)

Whiteley, PF., (1995). Rational Choice and Political Participation. Evaluating the Debate. Political Research Quarterly. 48 (1)

Seyd, P. and Whiteley, PF., (1995). Labour and conservative party members:cHange over time. Parliamentary Affairs. 48 (3)

Whiteley, PF., Seyd, P., Richardson, J. and Bissell, P., (1994). Thatcherism and the Conservative Party. Political Studies. 42 (2)

Whiteley, PF. and Seyd, P., (1994). Local Party Campaigning and Electoral Mobilization in Britain. The Journal of Politics. 56 (1)

Whiteley, PF., Seyd, P., Richardson, J. and Bissell, P., (1994). Explaining Party Activism: The Case of the British Conservative Party. British Journal of Political Science. 24 (01)

Pattie, C., Whiteley, P., Johnston, R. and Seyd, P., (1994). Measuring Local Campaign Effects: Labour Party Constituency Campaigning at the 1987 General Election. Political Studies. 42 (3)

Seyd, P. and Whiteley, P., (1994). The influence of local campaigning on the conservative vote in the 1992 general election. British Elections and Parties Yearbook. 4 (1)

WHITELEY, P. and SEYD, P., (1992). Labour's Vote and Local Activism: The Impact of Local Constituency Campaigns.. Parliamentary Affairs. 45 (4)

Whiteley, P., Stewart, MC. and Clarke, HD., (1992). Performance and promise: Studying the dynamics of party support in British elections. British Elections and Parties Yearbook. 2 (1)

ELLIOTT, E. and WHITELEY, P., (1990). Political Influences on Monetary Policy 1914-84. Governance. 3 (4)

Clarke, HD., Mishler, W. and Whiteley, P., (1990). Recapturing the Falklands: Models of Conservative Popularity, 1979–83. British Journal of Political Science. 20 (01)

CLARKE, H. and WHITELEY, P., (1990). Perceptions of macroeconomic performance, government support and Conservative Party strategy in Britain 1983-1987. European Journal of Political Research. 18 (1)

Clarke, H. and Whiteley, P., (1990). PRESIDENTIAL APPROVAL, PARTISANSHIP AND THE ECONOMY: EVIDENCE FROM THE 1984 CONTINUOUS MONITORING SURVEY IN THE US. International Journal of Public Opinion Research. 2 (3)

Nixon, J., (1989). Paul F. Whiteley and Stephen J. Winyard, Pressure for the Poor. The Poverty Lobby and Policy Making, Methuen, London, 1987. 174 pp. £25.00.. Journal of Social Policy. 18 (03)

Whiteley, P. and Tullock, G., (1988). Autocracy.. The Economic Journal. 98 (391)

Whiteley, PF., (1988). The Causal Relationships between Issues, Candidate Evaluations, Party Identification, and Vote Choice--the View From "Rolling Thunder". The Journal of Politics. 50 (4)

Whiteley, P. and Winyard, S., (1988). The poverty lobby in British politics. Parliamentary Affairs. 41 (2)

Whiteley, P., (1988). Party incumbency and economic growth in the United States: 1929 to 1984. Political Behavior. 10 (4)

Willetts, D., (1987). Paul F. Whiteley and Stephen J. Wingard, Pressure For The Poor: The Poverty Lobby and Policy Making. London: Methuen, 1987, pp. 174. Journal of Public Policy. 7 (04)

Borooah, V. and Whiteley, P., (1987). Political Control of the Macroeconomy: The Political Economy of Public Policy Making.. The Economic Journal. 97 (387)

WHITELEY, PF., (1986). Macroeconomic performance and government popularity in Britain: the short run dynamics. European Journal of Political Research. 14 (1-2)

Pridham, G. and Whiteley, P., (1986). Anatomy of the SDP: Is the Party Structurally Top‐Heavy?. Government and Opposition. 21 (02)

Whiteley, P., (1986). Predicting the Labour Vote in 1983: Social Backgrounds versus Subjective Evaluations. Political Studies. 34 (1)

Whiteley, P., (1984). Perceptions of economic performance and voting behavior in the 1983 general election in Britain. Political Behavior. 6 (4)

Whiteley, P. and Winyard, S., (1984). The Origins of the ‘New Poverty Lobby’. Political Studies. 32 (1)

Whiteley, P., (1984). Inflation, unemployment and government popularity—Dynamic models for the United States, Britain and West Germany. Electoral Studies. 3 (1)

Whiteley, P., (1984). Can the Alliance Replace Labour as the Main Party of Opposition?. Politics. 4 (1)

WHITELEY, PF., (1983). The Political Economy of Economic Growth. European Journal of Political Research. 11 (2)

Whiteley, P. and Winyard, S., (1983). Influencing Social Policy: The Effectiveness of the Poverty Lobby in Britain. Journal of Social Policy. 12 (01)

WHITELEY, P. and WINYARD, S., (1983). INFLUENCING SOCIAL-POLICY - THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE POVERTY LOBBY IN BRITAIN. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL POLICY. 12 (JAN)

Whiteley, P., (1982). Reply to McLean. Political Studies. 30 (2)

Whiteley, P., (1981). Public Opinion and the Demand for Social Welfare in Britain. Journal of Social Policy. 10 (04)

WHITELEY, P., (1981). WHO ARE THE LABOUR ACTIVISTS ?. The Political Quarterly. 52 (2)

WHITELEY, P., (1981). PUBLIC-OPINION AND THE DEMAND FOR SOCIAL-WELFARE IN BRITAIN. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL POLICY. 10 (OCT)

Gordon, I. and Whiteley, P., (1981). Swings and Roundabouts: An Ecological Analysis of the European and General Election Results in Great Britain. Political Studies. 29 (4)

Whiteley, P., (1980). A Comment on ‘The Incidence of Coloured Populations and Support for the National Front’. British Journal of Political Science. 10 (02)

Whiteley, P., (1980). A Reply to Webb. British Journal of Political Science. 10 (02)

Whiteley, P., (1980). Time series analysis. Quality and Quantity. 14 (1)

Gordon, I. and Whiteley, P., (1980). Comment: Johnston on Campaign Expenditure and the Efficacy of Advertising. Political Studies. 28 (2)

WHITELEY, P., (1980). ELECTORAL FORECASTING FROM POLL DATA - REPLY. BRITISH JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE. 10 (APR)

WHITELEY, P., (1980). A COMMENT ON THE INCIDENCE OF COLORED POPULATIONS AND SUPPORT FOR THE NATIONAL FRONT. BRITISH JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE. 10 (APR)

Whiteley, P., (1979). Electoral Forecasting from Poll Data: The British Case. British Journal of Political Science. 9 (02)

Whiteley, P., (1979). The National Front Vote in the 1977 GLC Elections: An Aggregate Data Analysis. British Journal of Political Science. 9 (03)

WHITELEY, P., (1979). NATIONAL FRONT VOTE IN THE 1977 GLC ELECTIONS - AGGREGATE DATA-ANALYSIS. BRITISH JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE. 9 (JUL)

WHITELEY, P., (1979). ELECTORAL FORECASTING FROM POLL DATA - BRITISH CASE. BRITISH JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE. 9 (APR)

Gordon, I. and Whiteley, P., (1979). Social Class and Political Attitudes: The Case of Labour Councillors. Political Studies. 27 (1)

Whiteley, P., (1978). The Structure of Democratic Socialist Ideology in Britain. Political Studies. 26 (2)

Gordon, I. and Whiteley, P., (1977). The Political Ideology of Labour Councillors. Policy & Politics. 5 (4)

Whiteley, P., (1976). Bayesian Statistics and Political Recruitment: A Comment. British Journal of Political Science. 6 (01)

WHITELEY, P., (1976). BAYESIAN STATISTICS AND POLITICAL RECRUITMENT - COMMENT. BRITISH JOURNAL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE. 6 (JAN)

Quiroz Flores, A. and Whiteley, P., The 'Beeching Axe' and Electoral Support in Britain. European Review of Economic History

Conferences (1)

Whiteley, P., Clarke, HD. and Stewart, M., (2017). The Rhetoric and Reality of Austerity: Electoral Politics in Britain 2010 to 2015

Other (1)

Whiteley, PF., Clarke, HD., Sanders, D. and Stewart, MC., (2014).The Economic and Electoral Consequences of Austerity Policies in Britain

Books (20)

Whiteley, P., (2011).Political Participation in Britain The Decline and Revival of Civic Culture. Palgrave Macmillan. 0230358497. 9780230358492

Clarke, HD., Sanders, D., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, PF., (2009).Performance politics and the British voter. 9780511596872

Whiteley, P. and Seyd, P., (2002).High-intensity Participation The Dynamics of Party Activism in Britain. University of Michigan Press. 0472106201. 9780472106202

Seyd, P. and Whiteley, P., (2002).New Labour’s Grassroots The Transformation of the Labour Party Membership. Springer. 0230599214. 9780230599215

Seyd, P., Whiteley, P. and Parry, J., (1996).Labour and Conservative Party Members 1990-92 Social Characteristics, Political Attitudes, and Activities. Dartmouth Publishing Company

Whiteley, P., Seyd, P. and Richardson, J., (1994).True Blues : The Politics of Conservative Party Membership The Politics of Conservative Party Membership. Oxford University Press, USA. 0191544418. 9780191544415

Abegaz, B., (1994).The challenge of European integration internal and external problems of trade and money. Westview Pr

Seyd, P. and Whiteley, P., (1992).Labour's Grass Roots The Politics of Party Membership. Oxford University Press. 0198273584. 9780198273585

Clarke, HD., (1992).Controversies in political economy Canada, Great Britain, the United States. Westview Pr

Miller, WL., (1990).How Voters Change The 1987 British Election Campaign in Perspective. Oxford University Press

Whiteley, P. and Winyard, S., (1987).Pressure for the Poor The Poverty Lobby and Policy Making. Taylor & Francis. 0416363709. 9780416363708

Keman, H., Paloheimo, H., Whiteley, P. and Research, ECFP., (1987).Coping with the economic crisis alternative responses to economic recession in advanced industrial societies. Sage Publications Ltd

Whiteley, P., (1986).Politcal Control of the Macroeconomy. Sage

Whiteley, P., (1983).The Labour Party in Crisis. Taylor & Francis. 0416338704. 9780416338706

McKay, DH., Schofield, N. and Whiteley, P., (1983).Data analysis and the social sciences

Whiteley, PF., (1980).Models of political economy. London ; Beverly Hills : Sage Publications

Whiteley, PF., Goodwin, M. and Clarke, HD., Brexit: Why Britain Voted to Leave the European Union. Cambridge University Press

Schofield, NJ., Satchell, SE., Chatterji, M. and Whiteley, PF., Advanced Statistical Methods in Economics. Holt, Rinehart and Winston

whiteley, P., Economic Policy: International Library of Comparative Public Policy, Volumes I and II. Edward Elgar

Whiteley, PF., Brexit: Why Britain Voted to Leave the European Union

Reports and Papers (1)

Scotto, T., Reifler, J., Clarke, HD., Lopez, JAD., Sanders, D., Stewart, MC. and Whiteley, PF., (2011). Attitudes towards British Involvement in Afghanistan

Grants and funding

2017

A proposal for studying the 2017 General Election in Britain

The British Academy

2013

Public Opinion and the Syrian Crisis in Three Democracies

Economic & Social Research Council

2010

Citizens in Transition

Economic & Social Research Council

2008

British Election Study 2009

Economic & Social Research Council

Contact

whiteley@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 873567

Location:

5.024, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

Tuesdays 12:00 to 14:00