Andrew S Roe-Crines
Andrew S Roe-Crines
Senior Lecturer in British Politics, University of Liverpool
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TitleCited byYear
The United Kingdom referendum on European Union membership: The voting of conservative parliamentarians
T Heppell, A Crines, D Jeffery
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 55 (4), 762-778, 2017
202017
The rhetoric of the coalition: Governing in the national interest?
AS Crines
Representation 49 (2), 207-218, 2013
202013
An Analysis of George Galloway's Oratorical and Rhetorical Impact
AS Crines
Politics, 2012
152012
Rhetorical style and issue emphasis within the conference speeches of UKIP’s Nigel Farage 2010–2014
A Crines, T Heppell
British Politics 12 (2), 231-249, 2017
142017
Labour orators from Bevan to Miliband
AS Crines, R Hayton
Manchester University Press, 2016
142016
The rhetoric of the EU Referendum campaign
AS Crines
Political Studies Association, 2016
132016
“Doing God” in Number 10: British Prime Ministers, Religion, and Political Rhetoric
AS Crines, K Theakston
Politics and Religion 8 (1), 155-177, 2015
122015
Ideological alignments within the parliamentary Labour Party and the leadership election of 1976
T Heppell, A Crines, R Nicholls
British Politics 5 (1), 65-91, 2010
122010
The political rhetoric and oratory of Margaret Thatcher
AS Crines, T Heppell, P Dorey
Springer, 2016
102016
Harold Wilson: The Unprincipled Prime Minister?: A Reappraisal of Harold Wilson
AS Crines, K Hickson
Biteback Publishing, 2016
102016
The rhetoric of neoliberalism in the politics of crisis
AS Crines
Global Discourse 5 (1), 116-129, 2015
102015
Michael Foot and the Labour Leadership
AS Crines
102011
Reforming Labour: The Leadership of Jeremy Corbyn
AS Crines
Political Insight 6 (3), 4-7, 2015
82015
Conservative Orators: From Baldwin to Cameron
H Richard, AS Crines
Manchester University Press, 2015
82015
The British Labour Party and leadership election mandate (s) of Jeremy Corbyn: Patterns of opinion and opposition within the parliamentary Labour Party
AS Crines, D Jeffery, T Heppell
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 28 (3), 361-379, 2018
72018
The UK government and the 0.7% international aid target: Opinion among Conservative parliamentarians
T Heppell, A Crines, D Jeffery
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 19 (4), 895-909, 2017
52017
Enoch Powell’s ‘rivers of blood’speech: A rhetorical political analysis
A Crines, T Heppell, M Hill
British Politics 11 (1), 72-94, 2016
52016
How Michael Foot Won the Labour Party Leadership
T Heppell, A Crines
The Political Quarterly 82 (1), 81-94, 2011
52011
The Conservative Party leadership election of 2016: an analysis of the voting motivations of Conservative parliamentarians
D Jeffery, T Heppell, R Hayton, A Crines
Parliamentary Affairs 71 (2), 263-282, 2018
42018
Jeremy Corbyn’s rhetoric is effective because his style of engagement contrasts so markedly with the other candidates
A Crines
Democratic Audit UK, 2015
42015
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