Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Hopefully a helpful bibliography for anyone else studying public support for EU membership (in Britain)

In-running Bibliography for PhD, July 2015

Abedi, A and Lundberg. (2009).  Doomed to failure?  UKIP and the organisational challenges facing right-wing populist anti-political establishment parties.  Parliamentary Affairs 62 (1): 72-87.

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Achen, C. (1992).  Social psychology, demographic variables, and linear regression: breaking the iron triangle in voting research.  Political Behaviour, 14: 195-211.


Adams, J., Clark, M., Ezrow, L. and Glasgow, G. (2006).  Are Niche Parties Fundamentally Different from Mainstream Parties?  The Causes and Electoral Consequences of Western European Parties’ Policy Shifts, 1976–98.  American Journal of Political Science, 50, 513–529.


Anderson, C J. (1998).  When in doubt, use proxies: Attitudes towards domestic policies and support for European Integration. Comparative Political Studies 31 (5): 569-601.

Anderson, C J. and Reichert M. (1996) Economic Benefits and Support for Membership in the E.U.: A Cross-National Analysis.  Journal of Public Policy 15: 231–49.


Anderson, C J and Kaltenthaler, K. (1996).  The Dynamics of Public Opinion Toward European Integration, 1973-1993.  European Journal of International Relations, 2(2), 175-199.


Anderson, Cameron. (2006). Economic Voting and Multilevel Governance: A Comparative Individual-Level Analysis.  American Journal of Political Science, 50: 449–463

Anderson, P. and Weymouth, A.  Insulting the public: The British Press and the European Union.  New York: Addison Wesley Longman.

Anderson, P.  (2004).  A Flag of Convenience?  Discourse and motivations of the London-Based Eurosceptic Press.  Chapter 7, pp 151-170 in Harmsen, R and Spiering, M eds. (2004).  Euroscepticism: Party Politics, National Identity and European Integration.  Rodopi, Amsterdam.

Allen, N. (2011).  Labour’s Third Term: A Tale of Two Prime Ministers.  Chapter 1 (1-37) in Allen, N. and Bartle J. eds (2011) Britain at The Polls 2010. Sage Publications.

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Ashcroft, M. (2011a).  Project Blueprint – Winning a Conservative Majority in 2015.  Accessed 15 July 2012 via http://lordashcroft.com/pdf/14052011_project_blueprint.pdf.

Ashcroft, M. (2011b).  Turn down the volume on Europe or risk losing the next election.  Accessed 15 July 2012 via http://conservativehome.blogs.com/platform/2011/10/lord-ashcroft-turn-down-the-volume-on-europe-or-lose-the-next-election.html

Aspinwall, M. (2002).  Structuring Europe: Powersharing Institutions and British Preferences on European Integration.  Political Studies 48, number 3: 415-442.

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Baker, D et al.  (2008).  Euroscepticism in the British Party System: ‘A source of Fascination, Perplexity, and Sometimes frustration’.   In Taggart, P and Szczerbiak, A eds.  (2008).  Opposing Europe? The Comparative Party Politics of Euroscepticism.  Volumes 1 (Case Studies and Country Surveys).  Oxford University Press, pp. 93-116.

Baker, D. and Seawright, D. (1998).  Britain For and Against Europe.   Clarendon Press, Oxford.

Bale, T. (2012).  Conservative Euroscepticism: The Etiology of an obsession.   Article published on e-International  Relations.  http://www.e-ir.info/2012/11/15/conservative-euroscepticism-the-etiology-of-an-obsession/  Accessed 24 April 2013.


Bale, T. (2013).  Eastleigh By-Election: Worst of All Worlds for the Tories.  1/3/2013. Article in the Huffington Post, accessed 26 June 2013:  http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/tim-bale/eastleigh-by-election-david-cameron-ukip_b_2787990.html

Barker, C. (2005).  Cultural Studies: Theory and Practice.  London: Sage.

Bartolini, S. (2005).  Restructuring Europe: Centre Formation, System Building and Poltical Structuring between the Nation State and the European Union.   Cambridge University Press.

Benedetto, G. (2008).  Explaining the Failure of Euroscepticism in the European Parliament. In Taggart, P and Szczerbiak, A eds.  (2008).  Opposing Europe? The Comparative Party Politics of Euroscepticism.  Volumes 2 (Comparative and Theoretical Perspectives.)  Oxford University Press.  Pgs. 127-150.

Benhabib, (2002).  Political Theory and Political Membership in a Changing World.   In Katzelson, I and Milner, H eds. Political Science: The State of the Discipline.  New York and London: W.W. Norton, 404-432.

Benn, A.  The End of an Era: Diaries, 1980-1990.  Hutchinson.

Bentler, P. (1990).  Comparative Fit Indices in Strucrtural Models.  Psychological Bulletin, 107:238.

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Blondel, J, Sinnott,R and Svensson, P. (1998).  People and Parliament in the European Union: Participation, Democracy and Legitimacy.  Clarendon Press, Oxford; New York.

Bogdanor, V. (2012).  British Euroscepticism. Social Europe Journal, 26/04/2012 accessed 20/6/2012 online http://www.social-europe.eu/2012/04/british-euroscepticism/

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Boomgaarden, H and De Vreese, C. (2005).  Projecting EU Referendums: Fear of Immigration and support for European Integration.  European Union Politics 6(1): 59-82.

Boomgaarden, H, Schuck,A, Elenbaas, M and De Vreese C. (2011).  Mapping EU attitudes: conceptual and empirical dimensions of EU support.   European Union Politics 12:241.

Boon, M. 2012.  Predicting Elections.  A ‘Wisdom of Crowds’ approach.  International Journal of Market Research Vol 54, Issue 4 (465-483).

Brandenburg, H. (2011).  The two faces of party identification: Distinguishing remnants of tribal loyalty from conditional support.  Research paper prepared for EPOP conference, Exeter, September 2011.

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Campbell, R and Harris, G. (2010).  Why are these men so angry?  Gender and voting for minor parties.  Paper presented at the EPOP conference, University of Essex.


Carey, S. (2002).  Undivided Loyalties: Is National Identity an Obstacle to European Integration?  European Union Politics 3: 387-413.


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Cameron, D. (2006).  Speech to Conservative Party Conference.  In Ashcroft, M. (2011b).  Turn down the volume on Europe or risk losing the next election.  Accessed 15 July 2012 via http://conservativehome.blogs.com/platform/2011/10/lord-ashcroft-turn-down-the-volume-on-europe-or-lose-the-next-election.html

Carey, S. and Geddes, A.  Less is More: Immigration and European Integration at the 2010 General Election.  Parliamentary Affairs, vol. 63, no.4, pp.849-65.

Carrubba, C. (2001).  The Electoral Connection in European Union Politics.  The Journal of Poltics, Vol 63, No.1:  141-158.

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Carswell, D and Hannan,D. (2008). The Plan, Twelve Months to Renew Britain. Lulu.com.

Chong, D. (2000).  Rational Lives: Norms and Values in Politics and Society. Chicago: University of Chicago University Press.

Christin, T and Trechsel, A.  (2002). Joining the EU? Explaining Public Opinion in Switzerland. European Union Politics 3: 415-43.

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Clarke, H et al.  (2009).  Performance Politics and the British Voter.  Cambridge University Press.

Clarke, H et al.  (2009b).   Public reactions to the MPs expenses claim scandal.  Paper presented at the Elections, Public Opinion and Parties Conference, Glasgow, August, 2009.

Clarke, H et al. (2013). Affluence, Austerity and Electoral Change in Britain.  Cambridge University Press.  Forthcoming Sept 2013.

Clarke, H et al. (2013b) UKIP RISING: The politics of protest and performance.  Conference paper.

Clements, B. (2008).  The sociological and psychological influences on public support for the European Union in Britain, 1983-2005.  British Politics, Volume 4, 1. Pgs. 47-52.

Clements, B. and Bartle,J. (2009).  The European Issue and Party Choice at British General Elections, 1974–2005. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 19:4, 377-411.

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Converse, P. (2000).  Assessing the Capacity of Mass Electorates.  Annual Review of Political Science, 3: 331-353.

Cowles, M and Dinan, D eds. (2004).  Developments in the European Union 2.  Palgrave Macmillan.

Curtice, J and Sparrow, N. (2010) Too clever by half?  The impact of weighting and adjustments on the accuracy of the polls.  International Journal of Market Research, 52, 5, pp.678-686.

Curtice, J. (2013)  If the Conservatives are to counter the challenge of UKIP, they need to turn around the economy rather than fret obsessively about Europe.  LSE Blog.  Accessed 22 June 2013: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/archives/33177


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De Vreese, C and Semetko, H. (2004)  Political Campaigning in Referendums: Framing the Referendum Issue.  London: Routledge.

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De Vries, C. (2010).  EU Issue Voting:  Asset or Liability?   European Union Politics, Volume 11 (1) 89-117.

De Vries,C,  Edwards, E and Tillman, E (2011).  Clarity of Responsibility Beyond the Pocketbook: How Political Institutions Condition EU Issue Voting.  Comparative Political Studies 2011, 44: 339.

De Vries, C and Van Kersbergen, K. (2007)  Interests, Identity and Political Allegiance in the European Union.  Acta Politica, 42: 307-328.

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Hobolt, S and Tilley, J.  (2013).  Who’s in Charge?  How Voters Attribute Responsibility in the European Union?  Comparative Political Studies 47:795-819.

Hobolt, S and Tilley, J.  (2014).  Blaming Europe. Responsibility without accountability within the European Union.  Oxford University Press.

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