Dr. Edzia Carvalho, Principal Investigator
Dr. Kristi Winters, International Co-Investigator
Dr. Thom Oliver, Co-Investigator
- Kristi Winters, Edzia Carvalho, and Thom Oliver. 2017. ‘The Qualitative Election Study of Britain 2015’, Research Data Journal for the Humanities and Social Sciences, 2, 1-20. doi: dx.doi.org/10.1163/24523666-01000007
- Edzia Carvalho and Kristi Winters. 2015 “‘I went with what I always do…’: A qualitative analysis of the effect of ‘Cleggmania’ and vote choice in the 2010 British General Election”, Parliamentary Affairs, 68(2): 423-446. doi: dx.doi.org/10.1093/pa/gst050
- Kristi Winters and Edzia Carvalho. 2013. “2010 British General Election Leader Evaluations: A Case Study using Focus Group Data”, The Qualitative Report, 18(45), 1-21.
- Edzia Carvalho and Kristi Winters. 2014. “The Grounded Theory Method: Popular Perceptions of Party Leaders during the 2010 British General Election”, in SAGE Research Methods Cases. Sage. doi: dx.doi.org/10.4135/978144627305013510259
- Kristi Winters and Edzia Carvalho. 2014. “The Qualitative Election Study of Britain: Qualitative Research using Focus Groups”, in SAGE Research Methods Cases. Sage. doi: dx.doi.org/10.4135/978144627305013509945
- Kristi Winters and Edzia Carvalho. 2015. ‘In defence of televised debates in UK elections’, General Election 2015 blog, The London School of Economics and Political Science, 5 May.
- Kristi Winters and Edzia Carvalho. 2014. ‘The party leaders must ensure that the next set of election debates don’t focus solely on England’, Democratic Audit UK blog, London School of Economics, 18 November.
Also by Dr. Carvalho
Todd Landman and Edzia Carvalho (2016) Issues and Methods in Comparative Politics. 4th edition, (Routledge).
Todd Landman and Edzia Carvalho (2009) Measuring Human Rights (Routledge).
David Beetham, Edzia Carvalho, Todd Landman and Stuart Weir (2008) Assessing the Quality of Democracy: A Practical Guide (Stockholm: International IDEA). Translated into Spanish (2009), French (2010) and Arabic (2011).
Edzia Carvalho (2008) ‘Measuring Children’s Rights: An Alternative Approach’, International Journal of Children’s Rights, 16:4, 545-563
Peter R. deSouza, Sushma Pawar, Solano Da Silva, and Edzia Carvalho (2006) ‘Dynamics of a Working Democracy: Representative Politics in a Goa Constituency’, Economic and Political Weekly, 41:16.
Also by Dr. Winters
Winters, Kristi. 2014. ‘Scarecrows or Tin Men? Talking About Party Leaders.’ Sex, Lies and the Ballot Box: 50 Things You Need to Know About British Elections. Philip Cowley (Ed) and Robert Ford (Ed). Biteback, London.
Johns, Rob, Kristi Winters, and Rosie Campbell. 2011. ‘My Heart Says One Thing but My Head Says Another? Men, Women, and the Psychology of Partisanship in Britain.’ Gender and Politics, 7:2, pp. 193-222.
Campbell, Rosie, and Kristi Winters. 2008. ‘Understanding men and women’s political interests: evidence from a study of gendered political behaviour,’ Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 18:1, pp. 53–74. http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~db=all~content=a790267472
Winters, Kristi, and Rosie Campbell. 2007. ‘Hearts or Minds: Men, Women and Leader Evaluations in the 2005 General Election’, in D. Wring, J. Green, R. Mortimore and S. Atkins (eds.). Political Communications: The General Election Campaign of 2005. Basingstoke: Palgrave McMillan, pp. 184-202. http://us.macmillan.com/politicalcommunications
Campbell, Rosie, and Kristi Winters. 2006. ‘The British General Election’ in R. Campbell Gender and the Vote in Britain: Beyond the Gender Gap. University of Essex: ECPR, pp. 115–127. http://cup.columbia.edu/book/978-0-9547966-9-3/gender-and-the-vote-in-britain
Research in the media
Campbell, Rosie and Kristi Winters (17 October 2007). ‘The myth of the homogeneous voter.’ Thinking Aloud podcast available at: www.bbk.ac.uk/polsoc/research/rcampbellvoting/
Campbell, Rosie and Kristi Winters (September 2006). ‘Gender and Voting Behaviour in Britain.’ Westminster Hour podcast available at: www.bbk.ac.uk/polsoc/research/rcampbellvoting/
Doctoral thesis Sex and gender as sources of heterogeneity in political attitudes and behaviours by Dr. Kristi Winters is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.
Quantitative dataset: Gender and the Vote in Britain, 2007 (headed by Dr. Rosie Campbell, Birkbeck College, contributions by Kristi Winters)
Also by Dr. Oliver
Oliver, T. (2017) Can the directly elected mayoral model deliver? Innovation, limitation and adaptation: Lessons from the City of Bristol. In: Sweeting, D., ed. (2017) Directly Elected Mayors in Urban Governance Impact and Practice.Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 35-52. ISBN 9781447327011. DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781447327011.003.0003
Janke, B., Harrison, B., Sweeting, D., Oliver, T. and Ayres, S. and University of Bristol (Centre for Public Engagement & PolicyBristol) (2015) What difference do directly elected mayors make? A panel discussion. In: University of Bristol Thinking Futures (ESRC Festival of Social Science 2015), Watershed, Bristol, UK, 09 November 2015. Bristol.