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Urgent invite - after woolwich: social reactions on social media

Professor Martin Innes | Sociology | 15 February 2014

The research will analyse social reactions to the murder of drummer lee rigby in woolwich on 22 may 2013 using social media data collected from twitter, blogs and other sources.   such data uniquely enable the tracking of the evolution of public ...

Public opinion and the syrian crisis in three democracies

Dr Thomas Scotto | 01 January 2014

Recent horrific events in syria have shocked politicians and publics alike. They also have played a key role demonstrating the importance of public opinion in foreign policy-making.   emphasising the effects of public opinion on foreign policy c ...

Administrative data service

Ms Melanie Wright | 01 October 2013

Access to administrative data for research is a positive public good. The ability to use these records - collected in the course of business by governmental and other bodies - and to link them can greatly enhance the ability to do the research modern ...

Security in scotland, with or without constitutional change

Dr Andrew William Neal | 01 September 2013

These six one-day seminars will bring together policymakers, politicians, practitioners and academics to explore the implications of constitutional change for security governance in scotland and the rest of the uk. If scotland votes for independence ...

Developing a shared society in northern ireland

Dr Jonny Byrne | 04 June 2013

Working within the northern ireland office (nio) over a six-month period the central aim of the project is to produce a body of knowledge and provide support, advice and critical engagement on issues surrounding building a shared society. The researc ...

Transforming insecurity through nonviolent grassroots networks

Dr Eric Herring | 01 June 2013

The research question is ‘how can nonviolent grassroots networks transform insecurity? ’ security scholars and practitioners are often willing to engage with each other but unsure of how to go about itThe project bridges that gap. The res ...

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