Harrison, Sarah

Dr Sarah Harrison  


Position held

Department of Government

Research Officer

Experience keywords:

extreme right politics; youth participation; elections; political parties; european identity; public opinion and electoral behaviour; research methodology; electoral psychology

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Sarah has published widely in the fields of elections, political behaviour, political psychology, public opinion, and the extreme right. She has authored several books and numerous articles in leading political science journals. She currently works as research officer on a large scale project on electoral psychology that is directed by Dr Michael Bruter. Other research projects have focused on European identity, political participation, elections and campaigns and extreme right politics. She has also recently engaged in several consultancy projects.

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Countries and regions to which research relates:

New Zealand; Europe; Australia; UK; USA


German [Spoken: Intermediate, Written: Intermediate]

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Honorable Mention Award in Best PhD Dissertation in APSA Political Psychology Section; Shortlisted for Michael Young ESRC award for initiative on youth participation ESRC; SSWEP - Outstanding Achievement Award for Placement at NESTA


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