Rosalind Shorrocks
Rosalind Shorrocks
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Cohort Change in Political Gender Gaps in Europe and Canada: The Role of Modernization
R Shorrocks
Politics & Society 46 (2), 135-175, 2018
Modernisation and government socialisation: Considering explanations for gender differences in cohort trends in British voting behaviour
R Shorrocks
Electoral Studies 42, 237-248, 2016
The attitudinal gender gap across generations: support for redistribution and government spending in contexts of high and low welfare provision
R Shorrocks, MT Grasso
European Political Science Review 12 (3), 289-306, 2020
The gender backlash in the vote for Brexit
J Green, R Shorrocks
Political Behavior 45 (1), 347-371, 2023
A feminist generation? Cohort change in gender-role attitudes and the second-wave feminist movement
R Shorrocks
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 30 (1), 125-145, 2018
Collective failure? Lessons from combining forecasts for the UK's referendum on EU membership
SD Fisher, R Shorrocks
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 28 (1), 59-77, 2018
Understanding ambivalent sexism and its relationship with electoral choice in Britain
R de Geus, E Ralph-Morrow, R Shorrocks
British Journal of Political Science 52 (4), 1564-1583, 2022
All in this together? Austerity and the gender-age gap in the 2015 and 2017 British general elections
A Sanders, R Shorrocks
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 21 (4), 667-688, 2019
Where Do Female Conservatives Stand? A Cross-National Analysis of the Issue Positions and Ideological Placement of Female Right-Wing Candidates
RA de Geus, R Shorrocks
Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 41 (1), 7-35, 2020
Citizen support for European Union membership: the role of socialisation experiences
R Shorrocks, R de Geus
West European Politics 42 (4), 873-894, 2019
Finally rising with the tide? Gender and the vote in the 2019 British Elections
R Campbell, R Shorrocks
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 31 (4), 488-507, 2021
Women Voters Taking the Wheel?
R Campbell, R Shorrocks
The Political Quarterly 92 (4), 652-661, 2021
In what ways does gender matter for voting behaviour in GE2017?
R Shorrocks
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2017
Generational change in gender gaps in political behaviour and attitudes: the roles of modernisation, secularisation, and socialisation
R Shorrocks
University of Oxford, 2017
Women, Men, and Elections: Policy Supply and Gendered Voting Behaviour in Western Democracies
R Shorrocks
Routledge, 2021
Gender Gaps in the 2019 General Election
R Shorrocks
UK In a Changing Europe 8, 2021
Revisiting the Impact of Modernization on Support for Women Politicians: The Role of Women’s Political Empowerment
A Neundorf, R Shorrocks
Comparative Political Studies 55 (8), 1298-1331, 2022
Gender and UK elections: the gendered dynamics of campaigns, leadership, voting behaviour and party platforms
E Ralph-Morrow, R Shorrocks, R De Geus
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 31 (4), 423-428, 2021
What Women Want: Capturing Women's Diverse Experiences and Perspectives across Greater Manchester
R Shorrocks, A Sanders
Do attitudes about women matter in British elections? Ambivalent sexism and its relationship with electoral choice
R de Geus, E Ralph-Morrow, R Shorrocks
British Politics and Policy at LSE, 2022
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