James Dennison

Research Fellow to the OPAM project


Fields of interest: Public attitudes, social scientific methods, political behaviour

Dr. James Dennison is a Research Fellow at the Migration Policy Centre and leads the Observatory of Public Attitudes to Migration (OPAM). He defended his PhD at the European University Institute in 2017. He has published articles on European political behaviour and attitudes in a number of academic journals and his first book—The Greens in British Politics: Protest, Anti-Austerity and the Divided Left—was published by Palgrave in 2016. His current research looks at attitudes to immigration and electoral behaviour in Europe and the Arab World. He previously taught quantitative methods at the University of Sheffield and was a Junior Visiting Fellow at the University of Oxford. Before entering academia, James worked at the European Commission and in both British Houses of Parliament.

Research topics: Attitudinal formation, social scientific methods, political behaviour
Geographic areas: Europe, Far East, Arab world

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