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Citizens and Politics in Britain Today: Still a ‘Civic Culture’?

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Citizens and Politics in Britain Today: Still a ‘Civic Culture’?

One day conference, Thursday 26th September, 11am-3.45pm, London School of Economics

Fifty years on from the ‘Civic Culture’ study, this conference brings together a number of research projects to consider the nature of citizens’ relations with politics and political institutions in contemporary Britain.

Speakers: Paul Whiteley (Essex), Sarah Birch (Glasgow), Nicholas Allen (Royal Holloway), John Curtice (Strathclyde), Gerry Stoker (Southampton), Paul Webb (Sussex), Christopher Carman (Glasgow) and Ben Seyd (Kent). Chair: Peter Kellner, President, YouGov.

Further details and booking: Ben Seyd, University of Kent (B.J.Seyd@kent.ac.uk)

Website: http://www.kent.ac.uk/politics/research/comparativegroup/conference-2013...