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Sofia Collignon (Also Collignon-Delmar)
Sofia Collignon (Also Collignon-Delmar)
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Predicting the brexit vote by tracking and classifying public opinion using twitter data
JCAD Lopez, S Collignon-Delmar, K Benoit, A Matsuo
Statistics, Politics and Policy 8 (1), 85-104, 2017
522017
Measuring the distribution of crime and its concentration
R Prieto Curiel, S Collignon Delmar, SR Bishop
Journal of quantitative criminology 34 (3), 775-803, 2018
412018
Harassment and intimidation of parliamentary candidates in the United Kingdom
S Collignon, W Rüdig
The Political Quarterly 91 (2), 422-429, 2020
232020
Local means local, does it? Regional identification and preferences for local candidates
S Collignon, J Sajuria
Electoral studies 56, 170-178, 2018
232018
What drives support for social distancing? Pandemic politics, securitization, and crisis management in Britain
G Karyotis, J Connolly, S Collignon, A Judge, I Makropoulos, W Rüdig, ...
European Political Science Review 13 (4), 467-487, 2021
92021
Consensus secured? Elite and public attitudes to “lockdown” measures to combat Covid-19 in England
S Collignon, I Makropoulos, W Rüdig
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 31 (sup1), 109-121, 2021
62021
Is the “local candidate” advantage a myth? analysing the effects of localism in the 2015 UK general election
W Rüdig, J Sajuria, J Heerde-Hudson, S Collignon Delmar
EPOP Conference, 2016
52016
It is time for a closer look: The demise of regional party branches
S Collignon
Party Politics 26 (2), 120-132, 2020
42020
Who cares about local candidates? Finding voters that use candidate localness as a cue for their vote choices
S Collignon-Delmar, J Sajuria
accessed at osf. io/preprints/socarxiv/j5rpy on 12, 2018
32018
Sexual predators in contest for public office: How the American electorate responds to news of allegations of candidates committing sexual assault and harassment
S Stark, S Collignon
Political Studies Review 20 (3), 329-352, 2022
22022
The gendered Harassment of Parliamentary Candidates in the UK
S Collignon, R Campbell, W Rüdig
The Political Quarterly 93 (1), 32-38, 2022
22022
Increasing the cost of female representation? The gendered effects of harassment, abuse and intimidation towards Parliamentary candidates in the UK
S Collignon, W Rüdig
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 31 (4), 429-449, 2021
22021
Determinants of personalised campaigning: A comparative analysis 1
I Makropoulos, S Collignon, H Giebler, W Rüdig, J Sajuria, B Weßels
Parliamentary Candidates Between Voters and Parties, 97-119, 2020
22020
A Comparative Approach to Harassment and Intimidation of Parliamentary Candidates
S Collignon, J Sajuria, W Rüdig
APSA General Conference, 2019
22019
Governments, decentralisation, and the risk of electoral defeat
S Collignon
West European Politics 42 (1), 173-200, 2019
22019
Intertwined fates? Members switching between niche and mainstream parties
S Collignon, W Rüdig, C Lamprinakou, I Makropoulos, J Sajuria
Party Politics, 13540688221106299, 2022
2022
Values and Candidate Evaluation: How Voters Respond to Allegations of Sexual Harassment
S Collignon, MM Savani
2022
Parenthood, employment, anxiety, gender, and race: drivers of non-compliance with lockdown measures
S Collignon, J Sajuria
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 31 (sup1), 245-258, 2021
2021
CVB0021-Unequal impact? Coronavirus and BAME people
S Collignon, G Karyotis, J Connolly, A Judge, D Skleparis
2020
Unequal impact? Coronavirus and BAME people in the UK: Evidence submitted to the Women and Equalities Committee inquire on the impact of COVID on BAME people
S Collignon, G Karyotis, J Connolly, A Judge, D Skleparis
2020
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