Robert Johns
Robert Johns
Professor of Politics, University of Essex
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‘Likert Items and Scales, Survey Question Bank: Mathods Fact Sheet 1
R Johns
March, available at: www. surveynet. ac. uk/sqb/datacollection …, 2010
431*2010
Elections and voters in Britain
D Denver, C Carman, R Johns
Macmillan International Higher Education, 2012
2882012
One size doesn’t fit all: Selecting response scales for attitude items
R Johns
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties 15 (2), 237-264, 2005
1632005
The Scottish national party: Transition to power
J Mitchell, L Bennie, R Johns
Oxford university press, 2012
1502012
Valence politics in Scotland: Towards an explanation of the 2007 election
R Johns, J Mitchell, D Denver, C Pattie
Political Studies 57 (1), 207-233, 2009
113*2009
Democratic peace or clash of civilizations? Target states and support for war in Britain and the United States
R Johns, GAM Davies
The Journal of Politics 74 (4), 1038-1052, 2012
932012
Gender, candidate image and electoral preference
R Johns, M Shephard
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 9 (3), 434-460, 2007
832007
Credit where it’s due? Valence politics, attributions of responsibility, and multi-level elections
R Johns
Political Behavior 33 (1), 53-77, 2011
802011
Constitution or Competence? The SNP's Re‐election in 2011
R Johns, J Mitchell, CJ Carman
Political Studies 61, 158-178, 2013
642013
Measuring issue salience in British elections: competing interpretations of “most important issue”
R Johns
Political Research Quarterly 63 (1), 143-158, 2010
632010
Voting for a Scottish government: the Scottish Parliament election of 2007
RA Johns, D Denver, J Mitchell, C Pattie
Manchester University Press, 2010
592010
Audience costs among the British public: the impact of escalation, crisis type, and prime ministerial rhetoric
GAM Davies, R Johns
International Studies Quarterly 57 (4), 725-737, 2013
572013
Takeover: Explaining the extraordinary rise of the SNP
R Johns
Biteback Publishing, 2016
522016
Facing the voters: The potential impact of ballot paper photographs in British elections
R Johns, M Shephard
Political Studies 59 (3), 636-658, 2011
472011
More Scottish than British: The 2011 Scottish Parliament Election
C Carman, R Johns, J Mitchell
Springer, 2014
462014
Raising the tone? The impact of ‘positive’and ‘negative’campaigning on voting in the 2007 Scottish Parliament election
C Pattie, D Denver, R Johns, J Mitchell
Electoral Studies 30 (2), 333-343, 2011
452011
The declining representativeness of the British party system, and why it matters
H Brandenburg, R Johns
Political Studies 62 (4), 704-725, 2014
422014
The unfortunate natural experiment in ballot design: the Scottish Parliamentary Elections of 2007
C Carman, J Mitchell, R Johns
Electoral Studies 27 (3), 442-459, 2008
382008
Coalitions of the willing? International backing and British public support for military action
R Johns, GAM Davies
Journal of Peace Research 51 (6), 767-781, 2014
352014
Gendered nationalism: The gender gap in support for the Scottish National Party
R Johns, L Bennie, J Mitchell
Party Politics 18 (4), 581-601, 2012
332012
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