Monica Poletti
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Footsoldiers: Political party membership in the 21st century
T Bale, P Webb, M Poletti
Routledge, 2019
532019
So who really does the donkey work in ‘multi-speed membership parties’? Comparing the election campaign activity of party members and party supporters
P Webb, M Poletti, T Bale
Electoral Studies 46, 64-74, 2017
472017
Oh Jeremy Corbyn! Why did Labour Party membership soar after the 2015 general election?
P Whiteley, M Poletti, P Webb, T Bale
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 21 (1), 80-98, 2019
452019
Citizenship and electoral techno-politics. Ideas and bureaucratic limits to digital participation
VF Sampedro Blanco, JM Sánchez Duarte, M Poletti
Co-herencia 10 (18), 105-136, 2013
32*2013
When responsibility is blurred. Italian national elections in times of economic crisis, technocratic government, and ever-growing populism
F Vegetti, M Poletti, P Segatti
Rivista italiana di scienza politica 43 (3), 329-352, 2013
292013
Renzi's honeymoon effect: The 2014 European election in Italy
P Segatti, M Poletti, C Vezzoni
South European Society and Politics 20 (3), 311-331, 2015
262015
Between partisanship and cynicism: Italian journalism in a state of flux
M Poletti, K Brants
Journalism 11 (3), 329-346, 2010
232010
Why do only some people who support parties actually join them? Evidence from Britain
M Poletti, P Webb, T Bale
West European Politics 42 (1), 156-172, 2019
222019
Grassroots Britain’s party members: Who they are, what they think, and what they do
T Bale, P Webb, M Poletti
Mile End Institute. Retrieved July 2, 2019, 2018
212018
Media and campaign effects on vote choice at national elections in Europe: A review of a multilingual research landscape Medien-und Kampagneneffekte auf Wahlentscheidungen bei …
H Boomgaarden, R Schmitt-Beck
SCM Studies in Communication and Media 5 (2), 129-172, 2016
102016
Social networkers and careerists: Explaining high-intensity activism among British party members
P Webb, T Bale, M Poletti
International Political Science Review 41 (2), 255-270, 2020
92020
Participating locally and nationally: explaining the offline and online activism of British party members
T Bale, P Webb, M Poletti
Political Studies 67 (3), 658-675, 2019
92019
Economic crisis and attitudes towards the European Union: are Italians and Greeks becoming Eurosceptic because of the crisis?
I Andreadis, M Poletti, E Teperoglou, C Vezzoni
Political Science Association (PSA) General Conference, 2014
92014
Availability or disengagement? How Italian citizens reacted to the two-faced parliamentary grand coalition supporting the Monti government
F Vegetti, M Poletti, P Segatti
POLIS 28 (1), 61-84, 2014
82014
‘All mouth and no trousers?’How many Conservative Party members voted for UKIP in 2015–and why did they do so?
P Webb, T Bale, M Poletti
Politics 37 (4), 432-444, 2017
72017
Explaining the pro-Corbyn surge in Labour’s membership
M Poletti, T Bale, P Webb
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog, 2016
72016
Economic or Cultural Threat? Orientations towards immigration and European integration among EU citizens and national parties over time
M Poletti, M Regalia
KING Desk Research Paper n. 5/July 2014, 2014
62014
Party Members
T Bale, P Webb, M Poletti, A Menon
The UK in a Changing Europe, Brexit and Public Opinion, 2019
52019
Minority views? Labour members had been longing for someone like Corbyn before he was even on the ballot paper
T Bale, P Webb, M Poletti
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2016
52016
The party (un) faithful: Explaining party members’ defecting voting behaviour in different contexts (Belgium and Britain)
B de Vet, M Poletti, B Wauters
Party Politics 25 (5), 690-700, 2019
42019
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