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Assistant Professor, Journalism/Leadership
Areas of Expertise: Canadian politics Canadian political parties The media's role in public policy Public opinion Environmental politics
Biography: I originally hail from Edmonton, Alberta I became interested in the role of the news media in the political process after working for a political party at the Legislative Assembly. My dissertation argued that changes in the provincial economy, the…
Areas of Expertise: American politics; Canadian politics; Middle East politics; Public opinion; Canadian elections
Biography: Public opinion and elections; the politics of policy making; Canadian and American politics, research methodology. Dr. Kay's recent writings have been on the topics of electoral systems, public opinion polls and single-issue interest groups. He has also…
Associate Professor Emeritus
Areas of Expertise: Public opinion and political attitudes; Research and survey methodology; Political behaviour and voting behaviour
Biography: Political psychology and Canadian political behaviour, research methodology. Dr. Brown is currently completing research projects concerning the structure of mass political attitudes and the formation of the publicís images of political leaders. …
Areas of Expertise: Political Behaviour; Voting and Elections; Public Opinion; Canadian Politics
Biography: Broadly speaking, my research focuses on political behaviour and participation, public opinion, elections, experiments, and Canadian politics. I am currently involved in projects that explore the impact of context complexity on the propensity to vote and…
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