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
7272014
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
2732010
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
272*2011
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
2422012
Britain after Brexit: A Nation Divided
R Ford, M Goodwin
Journal of Democracy 28 (1), 17-30, 2017
1852017
Is racial prejudice declining in Britain?1
R Ford
The British journal of sociology 59 (4), 609-636, 2008
1842008
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
1522013
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
1512011
Understanding UKIP: Identity, Social Change and the Left Behind
R Ford, M Goodwin
The Political Quarterly 85 (3), 277-284, 2014
1382014
Appendix 2: an analysis of the results
J Curtice, S Fisher, R Ford
The British General Election of, 385-426, 2010
1102010
Ethnicity as a political cleavage
N Cheeseman, RA Ford
Institute for Democracy in South Africa (IDASA), 2007
99*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
822015
The Impacts of Migration on Social Cohesion and Integration
S Saggar, W Somerville, R Ford, M Sobolewska
Migration Advisory Committee report, 2011
582011
Who Should We Help? An Experimental Test of Discrimination in the Welfare State
R Ford
Political Studies 64 (3), 630-650, 2016
542016
Immigration: a nation divided?
R Ford, A Heath
British Social Attitudes: the 31st Report, 2014
532014
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
502012
“Fewer but better”? Public attitudes to immigration.
R Ford, G Morrell, A Heath
British Social Attitudes: The 29th Report, 26-44, 2012
50*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
502011
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
482010
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
44*2004
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