Position paper

  • Revitalising politics: Have we lost the plot
    Colin Hay, University of Sheffield; Gerry Stoker, University of Southampton and Andy Williamson, Hansard Society. [Discuss | Download (103Kb|PDF)]

Keynote addresses

Academic papers

  • New methods of engagement
    Graham Smith, University of Southampton [Discuss | Download]
  • Levels of participation and citizen attitudes
    Paul Whiteley, University of Essex [Discuss | Download]
  • Bridging the gap: revitalising politics and the politics of public expectations
    Matt Flinders, University of Sheffield [Discuss | Download]
  • The role of new media
    Rachel Gibson, University of Manchester [Discuss | Download]
  • Involving Young People
    Jon Tonge, University of Liverpool [Discuss | Download]
  • Teaching Democracy
    Ben Kisby, University  of Sheffield and James Sloam, Royal Holloway, University of London  [Discuss | Download]
  • Failing of political parties
    Paul Webb, University of Sussex [Discuss | Download]
  • Failings of interest group [Discuss | Download]
    William Maloney, University of Newcastle
  • Challenges of multi-level governance
    Tony Travers, London School of Economics [Discuss | Download]

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Revitalising Politics is an examination of why, given that the UK is going through a period of constitutional innovation, we lack the revitalised politics to go along with it. This website is a space for attendees and others who are interested to review, comment and expand on the position papers being presented at the conference.

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