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Masters Degrees (Elections)

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Elections are more unpredictable than ever. Recent campaigns have shocked and surprised pundits and politicians alike. From the 2015 UK General Election, to Brexit and the election of Donald Trump – recent elections have thrown up some unexpected results. Read more
Course overview. Learn from the greatest concentration of Elections scholars in the country. Access teaching based on high quality data from the prestigious British Election Study that we run. Read more
Course overview. Learn from the greatest concentration of Elections scholars in the country. Benefit from teaching based on high quality data from the prestigious British Election Study, which we run. Read more
At the School of Geography, Politics and Sociology, we conduct research and offer MPhil supervision in all major fields of politics, including. Read more
The United States is the most politically and economically influential country in the world and its politics is more important than ever. Read more
Elections have become a major factor in the stabilization and democratization of emerging democracies and post-conflict countries. Read more
This programme looks at language from a sociocultural perspective. It's designed for anyone with an interest in the relationship between language, culture and society but also provides a solid understanding of English language and linguistics. Read more
Why this course?. This course provides rigorous training in the analytical frameworks and methods required in the study of public policy. Read more
Why this course?. The MSc in Political Research provides you with focused training in research methods. It helps you to develop your professional skills in empirical political science. Read more
Why does the behaviour of political actors – leaders, parties, pressure groups, voters, protestors, and so on – vary across countries and over time? And what are the consequences of political institutions for regime stability, economic development, political representation, and the dynamics of electoral politics?. Read more
Do different models of Europe – supranational, intergovernmental, transnational, or multileveled –require different forms of democratic governance? Who are the main political and economic actors in the region and how do they connect to the larger international system? To what extent can they shape the future of Europe?. Read more
How do ideologies form and sustain political identities and interests? What are the main ideologies and political discourses that frame and organise our lives today? How do theories of ideology and discourse inform contemporary political analysis? How can these theories help us to explain and evaluate key political processes?. Read more
How do political scientists explain political outcomes? How does normative theory inform the way researchers approach their work? How do political science approaches differ from historical accounts of political phenomenon? How can political science be used to analyse the real world?. Read more
Interrogate the status quo with leading academics who don’t just talk and write about politics, but actively campaign to create change in the world. Read more
About the MSc programme. The. MSc Political Science and Political Economy. provides a sound professional training in formal political science and in quantitative-oriented approaches to political economy. Read more

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