Dr. Mark Pack
Dr. Mark Pack
Former Visiting Lecturer, City University
Verified email at city.ac.uk - Homepage
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Political parties and web 2.0: The liberal democrat perspective
DG Lilleker, M Pack, N Jackson
Politics 30 (2), 105-112, 2010
862010
Obama: The marketing lessons
M Pack
Journal of Direct, Data and Digital Marketing Practice 12 (1), 2-9, 2010
92010
Political marketing and the 2015 UK general election
DG Lilleker, M Pack
Springer, 2016
62016
101 Ways to Win an Election
M Pack, E Maxfield
Biteback Publishing, 2021
52021
Turn over, tune out and log off: the irrelevance of campaigns
M Pack
Sex, Lies and Politics, 85-89, 2019
22019
Lessons for Political Marketing from 2015
DG Lilleker, M Pack
Political Marketing and the 2015 UK General Election, 135-141, 2016
22016
The Liberal Democrat approach to campaigning
M Pack
Journal of Liberal History 83, 7, 2014
22014
Right alignment
N Boles, M Pack, P Snowdon
public policy research 17 (4), 189-200, 2011
22011
Bad News: what the headlines don't tell us
M Pack
2020
‘Does it scale?’is the question that explains which political campaign technologies take-off
M Pack
Democratic Audit Blog, 2013
2013
The Victory Lab: Full of secrets, but can they swing an election?
M Pack
Journal of Direct, Data and Digital Marketing Practice 14 (4), 349-353, 2013
2013
The compromiser’s dilemma: House of Lords reform
M Pack
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2012
2012
Political campaigning is being shaped by the unseen technologies
M Pack
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2012
2012
Political scientists are limited by their reliance on existing data sets, and there is not enough emphasis on creating new data
M Pack
Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 2012
2012
There will be no general election in 2014. Cameron can’t risk giving Miliband the gravitas boost of being Prime Minister and throwing his own party into turmoil
M Pack
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2012
2012
Even if the Liberal Democrats vote to oust the Conservatives before 2015 a new general election is still unlikely
M Pack
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2012
2012
Aspects of the English electoral system, 1800-50, with special reference to Yorkshire.
M Pack
University of York, 1995
1995
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