Rosie Campbell
Rosie Campbell
Professor of Politics, King's College London
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What voters want: Reactions to candidate characteristics in a survey experiment
R Campbell, P Cowley
Political Studies 62 (4), 745-765, 2014
1592014
Do women need women representatives?
R Campbell, S Childs, J Lovenduski
British Journal of Political Science 40 (1), 171-194, 2010
1322010
Do women need women representatives?
R Campbell, S Childs, J Lovenduski
British Journal of Political Science 40 (1), 171-194, 2010
1322010
Closing the Activism Gap
P Norris, J Lovenduski, R Campbell
The Electoral Commission, 2004
1092004
Closing the Activism Gap
P Norris, J Lovenduski, R Campbell
The Electoral Commission, 2004
1092004
Gender, Ideology and Issue Preference: Is There such a Thing as a Political Women's Interest in Britain?
R Campbell
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 6 (1), 20-44, 2004
952004
Gender and the vote in Britain: beyond the gender gap?
R Campbell
ECPR press, 2006
722006
Gender and the vote in Britain: beyond the gender gap?
R Campbell
ECPR press, 2006
722006
Women at the Top 2005: Changing Numbers, Changing Politics?
S Childs, J Lovenduski, R Campbell
Hansard Society, 2005
652005
‘Wags’,‘wives’ and ‘mothers’… but what about women politicians?
R Campbell, S Childs
Parliamentary Affairs 63 (4), 760-777, 2010
562010
‘Wags’,‘wives’ and ‘mothers’… but what about women politicians?
R Campbell, S Childs
Parliamentary Affairs 63 (4), 760-777, 2010
562010
‘Stand by your man’: Women's political recruitment at the 2010 UK general election
J Ashe, R Campbell, S Childs, E Evans
British Politics 5 (4), 455-480, 2010
552010
Women's equality guarantees and the Conservative party
R Campell, S Childs, J Lovenduski
na, 2006
542006
Women's equality guarantees and the Conservative party
R Campell, S Childs, J Lovenduski
na, 2006
542006
Understanding men’s and women’s political interests: Evidence from a study of gendered political attitudes
R Campbell, K Winters
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 18 (1), 53-74, 2008
532008
Winning women’s votes? The incremental track to equality
R Campbell, J Lovenduski
Parliamentary Affairs 58 (4), 837-853, 2005
512005
Legislator dissent as a valence signal
R Campbell, P Cowley, N Vivyan, M Wagner
British Journal of Political Science 49 (1), 105-128, 2019
432019
Measuring the quality of politicians elected by gender quotas–are they any different?
P Allen, D Cutts, R Campbell
Political Studies 64 (1), 143-163, 2016
402016
Measuring the quality of politicians elected by gender quotas–are they any different?
P Allen, D Cutts, R Campbell
Political Studies 64 (1), 143-163, 2016
402016
What should MPs do? Public and parliamentarians' views compared
R Campbell, J Lovenduski
Parliamentary Affairs 68 (4), 690-708, 2015
402015
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