Our research agenda covers two main strands:
Politics in a Changing World
This research strand explores what we mean and understand by politics in a changing world. Our research seeks to explore how politics is changing, how these changes are affecting political engagement, and how they affect how politics is understood. We are particularly interested in exploring the impact of digital technology on politics. We conduct research on public perceptions of politics, but also seek to understand how politicians, political institutions, industry and civil society around the world are addressing these shifts.
Studying the Public
This research strand raises methodological and conceptual questions about our understanding of the public. It explores how the public can be understood, how public opinion can be defined and studied, and how the public as an idea is invoked in politics (either in formal political processes or everyday political encounters).