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Kirstie Hewlett

Publications

  • Unequal Britain: attitudes to inequalities after Covid-19
  • The reset moment
  • Better policymaking requires a better understanding of people's values
  • Has Covid-19 reset the immigration debate?
  • Attitudes to Inequalities (The IFS Deaton Review)
  • Schenker Documents Online project
  • How polarised is the 2019 general election?
  • Freedom of expression in UK universities
  • Better policymaking requires a better understanding of people's values
  • Inequalities around the globe: ​what the world sees as most serious​
  • Public Attitudes to Poverty
  • Student experience of freedom of expression in UK universities: Working paper from an exploratory study
  • Culture wars in the UK: division and connection
  • Culture wars in the UK: how the public understand the debate
  • Culture wars in the UK: political correctness and free speech
  • The "fault lines" in the UK's culture wars
  • “Culture wars” in the UK
  • The four sides in the UK's culture wars
  • Attitudes to inequalities
  • The Structuralists, the Individualists and those in the middle: how Britain is divided on questions of inequality ​
  • Public attitudes towards national government and other institutions
  • Public attitudes towards the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Public attitudes towards institutions involved in tackling the COVID-19 pandemic​
  • Public perceptions on climate change
  • Public perceptions on institutions tackling climate change
  • Creative Recovery? The Role of Cultural Policy in Shaping Post-COVID Urban Futures
  • A New Dark Age? Truth, Trust, and Environmental Science
  • The reset moment
  • Inequalities around the globe: what the world sees as most serious
  • “Culture wars” in the UK
  • Culture wars around the world: how countries perceive divisions
  • Values & Identities - a policymaker's guide [Expert Contributor]
  • The future of the state pension
  • Burberry Inspire: Student Impact Evaluation
  • Woke vs anti-woke? Culture war divisions and politics
  • Breaking point: the cost-of-living crisis in London, and what can be done about it
  • Freedom of speech in the UK’s “culture war”
  • Woke, cancel culture and white privilege – the shifting terms of the UK’s “culture war”
  • Trends in trust
  • Uses of Deliberative Mini Publics for restoring trust and ensuring trustworthiness
  • Democracy in theory and practice: how UK attitudes compare internationally
  • Love thy neighbour? Public trust and acceptance of the people who live alongside us
  • Trust in trouble? UK and international confidence in institutions
  • Lost faith? The UK’s changing attitudes to religion
  • UK attitudes to immigration: how the public became more positive
  • What the world thinks about work
  • A growing liberalisation: how social attitudes have shifted in the UK and beyond​
  • Parenting priorities: international attitudes towards raising children
  • The role of trust and engagement on public support for climate action
  • Measuring trust in social surveys
  • The Creative Role of Research
  • An analysis of the Commission for Countering Extremism’s call for evidence
  • Impacts of Academic Research from Welsh Universities
  • Persistent Identifier Services For The Humanities
  • Changing cultures: transforming leadership in the arts, museums and libraries
  • Persistent Identifier Services for the Humanities
  • To heal a "Divided Britain", we first need to know what's broken
  • Divided Britain? Polarisation and fragmentation trends in the UK
  • Changing cultures
  • To heal a "Divided Britain", we first need to know what's broken
  • Divided Britain? Polarisation and fragmentation trends in the UK
  • Impacts of academic research from Welsh universities
  • Heinrich Schenker and the Radio
  • Learning to Listen
  • The creative role of research
  • An analysis of the Commission for Countering Extremism’s call for evidence
  • Persistent Identifier Services for the Humanities
  • THOR is Hiring
  • Diamonds are forever. What about research data?
  • Connecting the Persistent Identifier Ecosystem: Building the Technical and Human Infrastructure for Open Research
  • SURVEY DATA | Attitudes to inequalities during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Emerging tensions? How younger generations are dividing on masculinity and gender equality
  • Shared social values
  • Religious Polarization in Europe

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