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Anja Neundorf

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Biography

Dr. Neundorf joined the School of Politics and International Relations in January 2013. She previously held a Post-doctoral Prize Research Fellowship in political science at Nuffield College, University of Oxford and received her PhD from the University of Essex in 2010.

Teaching Summary

Dr. Anja Neundorf has been teaching quantitative statistical political analysis on the undergraduate and postgraduate level at the University of Essex, the Essex Summer School for Social Data… read more

Research Summary

Research interests lie at the intersection of political behavior, comparative politics, and research methods. Generally, her research applies advanced statistical methods to substantially important… read more

Selected Publications

Dr. Anja Neundorf has been teaching quantitative statistical political analysis on the undergraduate and postgraduate level at the University of Essex, the Essex Summer School for Social Data Analysis and the University of Frankfurt. She further taught the postgraduate course Political Sociology at the University of Oxford.

At the School of Politics & IR at the University of Nottingham she is teaching on for following modules:

M14320/M14320: Designing Political Enquiry (PG)

M12086: Designing Political Research (UG)

M11153/M11003: Introduction to Comparative Politics (UG)

Intermediate Quantitative Analysis (PG, Doctoral Training Centre)

Current Research

Research interests lie at the intersection of political behavior, comparative politics, and research methods. Generally, her research applies advanced statistical methods to substantially important research questions with the aim of testing and refining theories of political socialization, political attitudes, and electoral choice. Thereby the focus is on the question how individuals form and retain these attitudes and identities over time and across different political systems.

Dr. Neundorf has been successful in a research funding bid to the ESRC, as Primary Investigator with an international team of researchers looking at 'The legacy of authoritarian regimes on democratic citizenship'. The project studies the legacy of previous authoritarian regimes on its citizens' political attitudes today, and is funded with £196,515 by the ESRC Secondary Data Analysis Initiative (from February 2016 to July 2017).

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