Lindsay Richards
Lindsay Richards
Department of Sociology, University of Oxford
Verified email at sociology.ox.ac.uk
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Attitudes towards immigration and their antecedents: Topline results from round 7 of the European social survey
A Heath, L Richards
ESS Topline Results Series 7, 13, 2016
632016
Explaining corruption in the developed world: The potential of sociological approaches
AF Heath, L Richards, ND De Graaf
Annual Review of Sociology 42, 51-79, 2016
392016
For whom money matters less: social connectedness as a resilience resource in the UK
L Richards
Social indicators research 125 (2), 509-535, 2016
352016
How do Europeans differ in their attitudes to immigration?: Findings from the European Social Survey 2002/03–2016/17
A Heath, L Richards
OECD, 2019
312019
Briefing: UK public opinion toward immigration: Overall attitudes and level of concern
S Blinder, L Richards
The migration observatory at the University of Oxford, 2015
282015
The childhood origins of social mobility: socio-economic inequalities and changing opportunities
L Richards, E Garratt Glass, A Heath, L Anderson, E Altintas
Social Mobility Commission, 2016
20*2016
Contested boundaries: consensus and dissensus in European attitudes to immigration
AF Heath, L Richards
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 46 (3), 489-511, 2020
192020
Intergenerational social mobility and allostatic load in Great Britain
P Präg, L Richards
J Epidemiol Community Health 73 (2), 100-105, 2019
192019
Social class, employment status and inequality in psychological well-being in the UK: Cross-sectional and fixed effects analyses over two decades
L Richards, M Paskov
Social Science & Medicine 167, 45-53, 2016
152016
Using survey methods to research corruption
L Richards
Schwickerath, Anna. K., Aiysha Varraich and Laura-Lee Smith (eds.), How to …, 2017
132017
Immigration attitudes amongst European Muslims: social identity, economic threat and familiar experiences
A Mustafa, L Richards
Ethnic and Racial Studies 42 (7), 1050-1069, 2019
102019
Social progress in Britain
AF Heath, E Garratt, R Kashyap, Y Li, L Richards
Oxford University Press, 2018
92018
How do Europeans differ in their attitudes to immigration? Findings from the European Social Survey 2002
A Heath, L Richards
03–2016, 2019
82019
Leave and Remain voters’ knowledge of the EU after the referendum of 2016
N Carl, L Richards, A Heath
Electoral Studies 57, 90-98, 2019
62019
Nationalism, racism, and identity: What connects Englishness to a preference for hard Brexit
A Heath, L Richards
LSE British Politics and Policy 3, 2018
62018
Red lines and compromises: mapping underlying complexities of Brexit preferences
L Richards, A Heath, N Carl
The Political Quarterly 89 (2), 280-290, 2018
62018
Does downward social mobility make people more hostile towards immigrants?
M Paskov, P Präg, L Richards
Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 100543, 2020
32020
Remainers are nostalgic too: An exploration of attitudes towards the past and Brexit preferences
L Richards, A Heath, G Elgenius
The British journal of sociology 71 (1), 74-80, 2020
32020
Preference for realistic art predicts support for Brexit
N Carl, L Richards, A Heath
The British journal of sociology 70 (4), 1128-1134, 2019
32019
Young people in transition: the national identity of minority youth
A Heath, K Jacob, L Richards
Growing up in Diverse Societies, 274-302, 2018
32018
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