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Dr Laura Sudulich

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Department of Government
Dr Laura Sudulich

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)

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Political Behaviour (GV202)

  • Foundations of Public Policy (GV923)

  • Theory and Explanation in Political Science (GV958)

Publications

Journal articles (13)

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

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

Contact

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

Location:

5B.314, Colchester Campus

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