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James Dennison
James Dennison
Harvard University, European University Institute
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A rising tide? The salience of immigration and the rise of anti‐immigration political parties in Western Europe
J Dennison, A Geddes
The political quarterly 90 (1), 107-116, 2019
1712019
Brexit and the perils of ‘Europeanised’migration
J Dennison, A Geddes
Journal of European public policy 25 (8), 1137-1153, 2018
1302018
Immigration, issue ownership and the rise of UKIP
J Dennison, M Goodwin
Parliamentary Affairs 68 (suppl_1), 168-187, 2015
1292015
Explaining the emergence of the radical right in Spain and Portugal: salience, stigma and supply
MS Mendes, J Dennison
West European Politics 44 (4), 752-775, 2021
93*2021
European but not European enough: An explanation for Brexit
N Carl, J Dennison, G Evans
European Union Politics 20 (2), 282-304, 2019
902019
Public attitudes on migration: Rethinking how people perceive migration
J Dennison, L DražanovŠ
Luxembourg: European Union, 2018
52*2018
How issue salience explains the rise of the populist right in Western Europe
J Dennison
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 32 (3), 397-420, 2020
492020
A review of public issue salience: Concepts, determinants and effects on voting
J Dennison
Political Studies Review 17 (4), 436-446, 2019
482019
The ultimate causes of Brexit: history, culture, and geography
J Dennison, N Carl
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2016
372016
How protest voters choose
S Birch, J Dennison
Party Politics 25 (2), 110-125, 2019
352019
Public attitudes on migration: rethinking how people perceive migration
J Dennison, L DražanovŠ
Observatory of Public Attitudes to Migration, 2018
292018
The radical right in the United Kingdom
M Goodwin, J Dennison
Oxford University Press, 2018
232018
Brexit: The Causes and Consequences of the UK’s Decision to Leave the EU
G Evans, N Carl, J Dennison
Europe’s crises, 380-404, 2018
22*2018
The centre no longer holds: the Lega, Matteo Salvini and the remaking of Italian immigration politics
J Dennison, A Geddes
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 48 (2), 441-460, 2022
192022
The greens in British politics: Protest, anti-austerity and the divided left
J Dennison
Springer, 2016
192016
Explaining attitudes to immigration in France
J Dennison, T TalÚ
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies Research Paper No. RSCAS 25, 2017
182017
Explaining voting in the UK's 2016 EU referendum: values, attitudes to immigration, European identity and political trust
J Dennison, E Davidov, D Seddig
Social science research 92, 102476, 2020
162020
The other insurgency? The greens and the election
J Dennison
Parliamentary Affairs 68 (suppl_1), 188-205, 2015
152015
Why COVID-19 does not necessarily mean that attitudes towards immigration will become more negative
J Dennison, A Geddes
International Organization for Migration, 2020
142020
Impact of public attitudes to migration on the political environment in the Euro-Mediterranean region: First chapter: Europe
J DENNISON
European University Institute, 2019
11*2019
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