Robert Ford
Robert Ford
Professor of Political Science, University of Manchester
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Revolt on the Right: Explaining Support for the Radical Right in Britain
R Ford, M Goodwin
Routledge, 2014
Acceptable and Unacceptable Immigrants: How Opposition to Immigration in Britain is Affected by Migrants' Region of Origin
R Ford
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 37 (7), 1017-1037, 2011
Angry white men: individual and contextual predictors of support for the British National Party
R Ford, MJ Goodwin
Political Studies 58 (1), 1-25, 2010
Strategic Eurosceptics and polite xenophobes: support for the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) in the 2009 European Parliament elections
R Ford, MJ Goodwin, D Cutts
European Journal of Political Research 51 (2), 204-234, 2012
Britain after Brexit: A Nation Divided
R Ford, M Goodwin
Journal of Democracy 28 (1), 17-30, 2017
Is racial prejudice declining in Britain?1
R Ford
The British journal of sociology 59 (4), 609-636, 2008
The Better Angels of Our Nature: How the Antiprejudice Norm Affects Policy and Party Preferences in Great Britain and Germany
S Blinder, R Ford, E Ivarsflaten
American Journal of Political Science, 2013
Anti‐immigrant, politically disaffected or still racist after all? Examining the attitudinal drivers of extreme right support in Britain in the 2009 European elections
D Cutts, R Ford, MJ Goodwin
European Journal of Political Research 50 (3), 418-440, 2011
Understanding UKIP: Identity, Social Change and the Left Behind
R Ford, M Goodwin
The Political Quarterly 85 (3), 277-284, 2014
Appendix 2: an analysis of the results
J Curtice, S Fisher, R Ford
The British General Election of, 385-426, 2010
Ethnicity as a political cleavage
N Cheeseman, RA Ford
Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA), 2007
Public opinion, responsiveness and constraint: Britain's three immigration policy regimes
R Ford, W Jennings, W Somerville
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41 (9), 1391-1411, 2015
The Impacts of Migration on Social Cohesion and Integration
S Saggar, W Somerville, R Ford, M Sobolewska
Migration Advisory Committee report, 2011
Immigration: a nation divided?
R Ford, A Heath
British Social Attitudes: the 31st Report, 2014
Who might vote for the BNP?: Survey evidence on the electoral potential of the extreme right in Britain
R Ford
The new extremism in 21st century Britain, 163-186, 2012
From polls to votes to seats: Forecasting the 2010 British general election
SD Fisher, R Ford, W Jennings, M Pickup, C Wlezien
Electoral Studies 30 (2), 250-257, 2011
Who Should We Help? An Experimental Test of Discrimination in the Welfare State
R Ford
Political Studies 64 (3), 630-650, 2016
“Fewer but better”? Public attitudes to immigration.
R Ford, G Morrell, A Heath
British Social Attitudes: The 29th Report, 26-44, 2012
The Anti‐Racism Norm in Western European Immigration Politics: Why we Need to Consider it and How to Measure it
E Ivarsflaten, S Blinder, R Ford
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 20 (4), 421-445, 2010
Legal regulation of affirmative action in Northern Ireland: an empirical assessment
C McCrudden, R Ford, A Heath
Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 24 (3), 363-415, 2004
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