David Cutts
David Cutts
Professor in Political Science University of Birmingham
Verified email at bham.ac.uk
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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
2412012
Does diversity damage social capital? A comparative study of neighbourhood diversity and social capital in the US and Britain
E Fieldhouse, D Cutts
Canadian Journal of Political Science/Revue canadienne de science politique …, 2010
1742010
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
1492011
Diversity, density and turnout: The effect of neighbourhood ethno-religious composition on voter turnout in Britain
E Fieldhouse, D Cutts
Political Geography 27 (5), 530-548, 2008
1172008
Is voting habit forming? The longitudinal impact of a GOTV campaign in the UK
D Cutts, E Fieldhouse, P John
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 19 (3), 251-263, 2009
942009
The electoral effectiveness of constituency campaigning in the 2010 British general election: The ‘triumph’of Labour?
J Fisher, D Cutts, E Fieldhouse
Electoral Studies 30 (4), 816-828, 2011
922011
Members are not the only fruit: Volunteer activity in British political parties at the 2010 general election
J Fisher, E Fieldhouse, D Cutts
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 16 (1), 75-95, 2014
822014
The effectiveness of local party campaigns in 2005: combining evidence from campaign spending and agent survey data
E Fieldhouse, D Cutts
British Journal of Political Science, 367-388, 2009
812009
The companion effect: household and local context and the turnout of young people
E Fieldhouse, D Cutts
The Journal of Politics 74 (3), 856-869, 2012
772012
Mobilisation or marginalisation? Neighbourhood effects on Muslim electoral registration in Britain in 2001
E Fieldhouse, D Cutts
Political Studies 56 (2), 333-354, 2008
772008
What small spatial scales are relevant as electoral contexts for individual voters? The importance of the household on turnout at the 2001 general election
D Cutts, E Fieldhouse
American Journal of Political Science 53 (3), 726-739, 2009
612009
Omnivorousness in sport: The importance of social capital and networks
P Widdop, D Cutts, G Jarvie
International review for the sociology of sport 51 (5), 596-616, 2016
582016
Continuous campaigning and electoral outcomes: the Liberal Democrats in Bath
D Cutts
Political Geography 25 (1), 72-88, 2006
572006
What do Europeans think about Muslim immigration
M Goodwin, T Raines, D Cutts
Chatham house 7, 2017
552017
The future of Europe: Comparing public and elite attitudes
T Raines, M Goodwin, D Cutts, Royal Institute of International Affairs
Chatham House, 2017
552017
Austerity, policy and sport participation in England
P Widdop, N King, D Parnell, D Cutts, P Millward
International journal of sport policy and politics 10 (1), 7-24, 2018
522018
From coalition to catastrophe: the electoral meltdown of the Liberal Democrats
D Cutts, A Russell
Parliamentary Affairs 68 (suppl_1), 70-87, 2015
492015
Moving slowly up the ladder of political engagement: A ‘spill-over’model of internet participation
M Cantijoch, D Cutts, R Gibson
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 18 (1), 26-48, 2016
482016
Do impersonal mobilisation methods work? Evidence from a nationwide Get-Out-the-Vote experiment in England
E Fieldhouse, D Cutts, P Widdop, P John
Electoral Studies 32 (1), 113-123, 2013
482013
This is What Happens When You Don't Listen' All-Women Shortlists at the 2005 General Election
D Cutts, S Childs, E Fieldhouse
Party Politics 14 (5), 575-595, 2008
482008
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