E Fieldhouse
E Fieldhouse
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Winning the local vote: The effectiveness of constituency campaign spending in Great Britain, 1983-1992
CJ Pattie, RJ Johnston, EA Fieldhouse
American Political Science Review, 969-983, 1995
3161995
Something about young people or something about elections? Electoral participation of young people in Europe: Evidence from a multilevel analysis of the European Social Survey
E Fieldhouse, M Tranmer, A Russell
European journal of political research 46 (6), 797-822, 2007
2402007
Routes into education and employment for young Pakistani and Bangladeshi women in the UK
A Dale, N Shaheen, V Kalra, E Fieldhouse
Ethnic and Racial Studies 25 (6), 942-968, 2002
2222002
Neither left nor right: The liberal democrats and the electorate
AT Russell, A Russell, E Fieldhouse
Manchester University Press, 2005
1842005
The labour market prospects for Pakistani and Bangladeshi women
A Dale, E Fieldhouse, N Shaheen, V Kalra
Work, employment and society 16 (1), 5-25, 2002
1742002
Does diversity damage social capital? A comparative study of neighbourhood diversity and social capital in the US and Britain
E Fieldhouse, D Cutts
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2010
1602010
Diversity, density and turnout: The effect of neighbourhood ethno-religious composition on voter turnout in Britain
E Fieldhouse, D Cutts
Political Geography 27 (5), 530-548, 2008
1122008
Ethnic minority unemployment and spatial mismatch: the case of London
EA Fieldhouse
Urban Studies 36 (9), 1569-1596, 1999
1051999
Is voting habit forming? The longitudinal impact of a GOTV campaign in the UK
D Cutts, E Fieldhouse, P John
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 19 (3), 251-263, 2009
902009
The electoral effectiveness of constituency campaigning in the 2010 British general election: the ‘triumph’of Labour?
J Fisher, D Cutts, E Fieldhouse
Electoral Studies 30 (4), 816-828, 2011
842011
The price of conscience: The electoral correlates and consequences of free votes and rebellions in the British House of Commons, 1987-92
C Pattie, E Fieldhouse, RJ Johnston
British Journal of Political Science, 359-380, 1994
821994
Deprived people or deprived places? Exploring the ecological fallacy in studies of deprivation with the Samples of Anonymised Records
EA Fieldhouse, R Tye
Environment and Planning A 28 (2), 237-259, 1996
811996
Ethnic minority populations and the labour market: an analysis of the 1991 and 2001 Census
L Simpson, K Purdam, A Tajar, E Fieldhouse, V Gavalas, M Tranmer, ...
RESEARCH REPORT-DEPARTMENT FOR WORK AND PENSIONS 333, 2006
802006
The effectiveness of local party campaigns in 2005: combining evidence from campaign spending and agent survey data
E Fieldhouse, D Cutts
British Journal of Political Science 39 (2), 367-388, 2009
772009
Voter engagement and young people
Electoral Commission
The Electoral Commission, Trevelyan House, Great Peter Street, London, SW1P 2HW, 2002
772002
Members are not the only fruit: Volunteer activity in British political parties at the 2010 general election
J Fisher, E Fieldhouse, D Cutts
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 16 (1), 75-95, 2014
732014
Mobilisation or marginalisation? Neighbourhood effects on Muslim electoral registration in Britain in 2001
E Fieldhouse, D Cutts
Political Studies 56 (2), 333-354, 2008
722008
The companion effect: household and local context and the turnout of young people
E Fieldhouse, D Cutts
The Journal of Politics 74 (3), 856-869, 2012
692012
Life after mining: hidden unemployment and changing patterns of economic activity amongst miners in England and Wales, 1981–1991
E Fieldhouse, E Hollywood
Work, employment and society 13 (3), 483-502, 1999
651999
What small spatial scales are relevant as electoral contexts for individual voters? The importance of the household on turnout at the 2001 general election
D Cutts, E Fieldhouse
American Journal of Political Science 53 (3), 726-739, 2009
612009
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