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Anti-Politics: Characterising and Accounting for Political Disaffection, 2011-2012

Anti-Politics: Characterising and Accounting for Political Disaffection, 2011-2012
Anti-Politics: Characterising and Accounting for Political Disaffection, 2011-2012
Anti-Politics: Characterising and Accounting for Political Disaffection, 2011-2012 includes transcripts from 14 focus groups held across the country which were conducted to accompany the Audit of Political Engagement 9, 2011 (available from the UK Data Archive under SN 7098). A key objective of the research was to build on existing datasets to expand the knowledge of an important topic: why so many citizens are disillusioned with politics. Whilst much is known about the public’s disaffection with politics, understanding its root causes is complex. This study examined the expectations and attitudes citizens have towards politics, political processes and their outcomes and how this affects their levels of political interest, participation and satisfaction. Further information is available on the Hansard Society 'Anti-Politics (http://www.hansardsociety.org.uk/research/public-attitudes/anti-politics) project webpage and the ESRC Award (http://www.researchcatalogue.esrc.ac.uk/grants/RES-000-22-4441/read) Anti-Politics: Characterising and Accounting for Political Disaffection webpage.
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Society, Hansard
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Stoker, Gerard
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Hay, C.
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Society, Hansard
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Stoker, Gerard
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Hay, C.
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Society, Hansard, Stoker, Gerard and Hay, C. (2016) Anti-Politics: Characterising and Accounting for Political Disaffection, 2011-2012. UK Data Service doi:10.5255/UKDA-SN-7855-1 [Dataset]

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Anti-Politics: Characterising and Accounting for Political Disaffection, 2011-2012 includes transcripts from 14 focus groups held across the country which were conducted to accompany the Audit of Political Engagement 9, 2011 (available from the UK Data Archive under SN 7098). A key objective of the research was to build on existing datasets to expand the knowledge of an important topic: why so many citizens are disillusioned with politics. Whilst much is known about the public’s disaffection with politics, understanding its root causes is complex. This study examined the expectations and attitudes citizens have towards politics, political processes and their outcomes and how this affects their levels of political interest, participation and satisfaction. Further information is available on the Hansard Society 'Anti-Politics (http://www.hansardsociety.org.uk/research/public-attitudes/anti-politics) project webpage and the ESRC Award (http://www.researchcatalogue.esrc.ac.uk/grants/RES-000-22-4441/read) Anti-Politics: Characterising and Accounting for Political Disaffection webpage.

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Published date: 2016

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Local EPrints ID: 434238
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/434238
PURE UUID: ea5978fc-f939-4621-ada1-6fc7e81c6a89
ORCID for Gerard Stoker: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-8172-3395

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Date deposited: 17 Sep 2019 16:30
Last modified: 05 Jul 2022 01:42

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Creator: Hansard Society
Creator: Gerard Stoker ORCID iD
Creator: C. Hay

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