In a blog posted on What Scotland Thinks, John Curtice reflects on the official campaign period which launch
In a post originally published in the
Political scientists have long known that winning elections is often not a matter of having detailed policies and distinguishing oneself from one’s opponents.
A majority of Scots are unlikely to vote for independence on 18 September, but what if they do? In a lecture to the Scottish Constitutional Futures Forum in Glasgow on Tuesday – a lecture subtitle
As the independence referendum nears, and arguably as tensions rise, it is important that we engage with media critically and continue to communicate with one another with civility and respect.
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This post was originally published by The Spectator on 29 April 2014
by David Bell, Liam Delaney & Michael McGoldrick, University of Stirling’s Management School
In a contribution to The Conversation's Scotland Decides series, Jo Armstrong responds to the apparent gender gap in polling on independence.