Professor Anja Neundorf

  • Professor in Politics & Research Methods (Politics)

Biography

Anja Neundorf is a Professor of Politics and Research Methods at the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Glasgow. At Glasgow she is also serving as the Director of Postgraduate Research Training at the Social Science Graduate School.

She previously held a position at the University of Nottingham (2013-2019) and a Post-doctoral Prize Research Fellowship in political science at Nuffield College, University of Oxford (2010-2012). She received my PhD from the University of Essex in 2010. 

Research interests

Generally, Professor Neundorf's 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, she is mainly interested in how individuals form and retain these attitudes and identities over time and across different political systems. Herresearch can be grouped into three broad themes: 

  • AUTHORITARIAN LEGACIES and democratic transitioning: The legacy of authoritarian regimes on democratic attitudes. 

  • POLITICAL SOCIALIZATIONThe origins of political attitudes: Socialization, age, and generations.

  • DYNAMICS OF ATTITUDESStability and dynamics of political attitudes using household panel studies.

Publications

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Jump to: 2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010
Number of items: 16.

2020

Neundorf, A. and Pop-Eleches, G. (2020) Dictators and their subjects: authoritarian attitudinal effects and legacies. Comparative Political Studies, (doi: 10.1177/0010414020926203) (Early Online Publication)

McLaren, L., Neundorf, A. and Paterson, I. (2020) Diversity and perceptions of immigration: how the past influences the present. Political Studies, (doi: 10.1177/0032321720922774) (Early Online Publication)

2019

Neundorf, A. , Gerschewski, J. and Olar, R.-G. (2019) How do inclusionary and exclusionary autocracies affect ordinary people? Comparative Political Studies, (doi: 10.1177/0010414019858958) (Early Online Publication)

2018

Evans, G. and Neundorf, A. (2018) Core political values and the long-term shaping of partisanship. British Journal of Political Science, (doi: 10.1017/s0007123418000339) (Early Online Publication)

Neundorf, A. and Adams, J. (2018) The Micro-foundations of party competition and issue ownership: the reciprocal effects of citizens’ issue salience and party attachments. British Journal of Political Science, 48(2), pp. 385-406. (doi: 10.1017/S0007123415000642)

Tilley, J., Neundorf, A. and Hobolt, S. B. (2018) When the pound in people’s pocket matters: how changes to personal financial circumstances affect party choice. Journal of Politics, 80(2), pp. 555-569. (doi: 10.1086/694549)

Neundorf, A. and Soroka, S. (2018) The origins of redistributive policy preferences: political socialization with and without a welfare state. West European Politics, 41(2), pp. 400-427. (doi: 10.1080/01402382.2017.1388666)

2017

Neundorf, A. and Smets, K. (2017) Political socialization and the making of citizens. In: Oxford Handbooks Online. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199935307 (doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199935307.013.98)

2016

Neundorf, A. , Niemi, R. G. and Smets, K. (2016) The compensation effect of civic education on political engagement: how civics classes make up for missing parental socialization. Political Behavior, 38(4), pp. 921-949. (doi: 10.1007/s11109-016-9341-0)

2014

Neundorf, A. and Niemi, R. G. (2014) Beyond political socialization: New approaches to age, period, cohort analysis. Electoral Studies, 33, pp. 1-6. (doi: 10.1016/j.electstud.2013.06.012)

Smets, K. and Neundorf, A. (2014) The hierarchies of age-period-cohort research: political context and the development of generational turnout patterns. Electoral Studies, 33, pp. 41-51. (doi: 10.1016/j.electstud.2013.06.009)

2013

Abney, R., Adams, J., Clark, M., Easton, M., Ezrow, L., Kosmidis, S. and Neundorf, A. (2013) When does valence matter? Heightened valence effects for governing parties during election campaigns. Party Politics, 19(1), pp. 61-82. (doi: 10.1177/1354068810395057)

Neundorf, A. , Smets, K. and García-Albacete, G. M. (2013) Homemade citizens: the development of political interest during adolescence and young adulthood. Acta Politica, 48(1), pp. 92-116. (doi: 10.1057/ap.2012.23)

2012

Müller, T. and Neundorf, A. (2012) The role of the state in the repression and revival of religiosity in Central Eastern Europe. Social Forces, 91(2), pp. 559-582. (doi: 10.1093/sf/sos142)

2011

Neundorf, A. , Stegmueller, D. and Scotto, T. J. (2011) The individual-level dynamics of bounded partisanship. Public Opinion Quarterly, 75(3), pp. 458-482. (doi: 10.1093/poq/nfr018)

2010

Neundorf, A. (2010) Democracy in transition: A micro perspective on system change in post-socialist societies. Journal of Politics, 72(4), pp. 1096-1108. (doi: 10.1017/S0022381610000551)

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Number of items: 16.

Articles

Neundorf, A. and Pop-Eleches, G. (2020) Dictators and their subjects: authoritarian attitudinal effects and legacies. Comparative Political Studies, (doi: 10.1177/0010414020926203) (Early Online Publication)

McLaren, L., Neundorf, A. and Paterson, I. (2020) Diversity and perceptions of immigration: how the past influences the present. Political Studies, (doi: 10.1177/0032321720922774) (Early Online Publication)

Neundorf, A. , Gerschewski, J. and Olar, R.-G. (2019) How do inclusionary and exclusionary autocracies affect ordinary people? Comparative Political Studies, (doi: 10.1177/0010414019858958) (Early Online Publication)

Evans, G. and Neundorf, A. (2018) Core political values and the long-term shaping of partisanship. British Journal of Political Science, (doi: 10.1017/s0007123418000339) (Early Online Publication)

Neundorf, A. and Adams, J. (2018) The Micro-foundations of party competition and issue ownership: the reciprocal effects of citizens’ issue salience and party attachments. British Journal of Political Science, 48(2), pp. 385-406. (doi: 10.1017/S0007123415000642)

Tilley, J., Neundorf, A. and Hobolt, S. B. (2018) When the pound in people’s pocket matters: how changes to personal financial circumstances affect party choice. Journal of Politics, 80(2), pp. 555-569. (doi: 10.1086/694549)

Neundorf, A. and Soroka, S. (2018) The origins of redistributive policy preferences: political socialization with and without a welfare state. West European Politics, 41(2), pp. 400-427. (doi: 10.1080/01402382.2017.1388666)

Neundorf, A. , Niemi, R. G. and Smets, K. (2016) The compensation effect of civic education on political engagement: how civics classes make up for missing parental socialization. Political Behavior, 38(4), pp. 921-949. (doi: 10.1007/s11109-016-9341-0)

Neundorf, A. and Niemi, R. G. (2014) Beyond political socialization: New approaches to age, period, cohort analysis. Electoral Studies, 33, pp. 1-6. (doi: 10.1016/j.electstud.2013.06.012)

Smets, K. and Neundorf, A. (2014) The hierarchies of age-period-cohort research: political context and the development of generational turnout patterns. Electoral Studies, 33, pp. 41-51. (doi: 10.1016/j.electstud.2013.06.009)

Abney, R., Adams, J., Clark, M., Easton, M., Ezrow, L., Kosmidis, S. and Neundorf, A. (2013) When does valence matter? Heightened valence effects for governing parties during election campaigns. Party Politics, 19(1), pp. 61-82. (doi: 10.1177/1354068810395057)

Neundorf, A. , Smets, K. and García-Albacete, G. M. (2013) Homemade citizens: the development of political interest during adolescence and young adulthood. Acta Politica, 48(1), pp. 92-116. (doi: 10.1057/ap.2012.23)

Müller, T. and Neundorf, A. (2012) The role of the state in the repression and revival of religiosity in Central Eastern Europe. Social Forces, 91(2), pp. 559-582. (doi: 10.1093/sf/sos142)

Neundorf, A. , Stegmueller, D. and Scotto, T. J. (2011) The individual-level dynamics of bounded partisanship. Public Opinion Quarterly, 75(3), pp. 458-482. (doi: 10.1093/poq/nfr018)

Neundorf, A. (2010) Democracy in transition: A micro perspective on system change in post-socialist societies. Journal of Politics, 72(4), pp. 1096-1108. (doi: 10.1017/S0022381610000551)

Book Sections

Neundorf, A. and Smets, K. (2017) Political socialization and the making of citizens. In: Oxford Handbooks Online. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199935307 (doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199935307.013.98)

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Grants

2020-2023: Research Project: The Economic Roots of Populism. Funded by: Volkswagen Stiftung (Germany) (Value: 980,600 Euros). Role: Co-I.

2019: Research Project: Social Media for Civic Education: Experiments in Tunisia. Funded by: MEPI, US State Department (USA) (Value: $338,705). Role: Co-I

2016-2017: Research Project: The Legacy of Authoritarian Regimes. Funded by: ESRC Secondary Data Analysis Initiative. (Value: £195,257). Role: PI.

2015: Research Centre: Nottingham Interdisciplinary Centre for Economic & Political Research. Funding application: University’s Research Board Discipline Bridging Award (Value: £25,000). Role: Co-I.

2014-2018: Research Project: The Impact of Ethnic Diversity on the Demand for Welfare Services. Funded: Norface Welfare State Futures (Value: 1,321,876 Euros). Role: Co-I

Supervision

Professor Neundorf is interested in supervising undergraduate or postgraduate theses in the following areas: 

  • Political behaviour
  • Public opinion
  • Young people and politics
  • Democratisation
  • Legacies of authoritarian regimes
  • Civic education
  • Quantitative methods
  • Experiments
  • Survey research
  • Post-Communist countries.

 

Past experiences:

Nottingham

  • Thesis Supervision - Several PhD (4 complete), MA and BA dissertations.
  • British Academy Research Fellow 

Oxford

  • Mphil dissertation.

PhD Thesis Examinations

  • Trinity College Dublin
  • University of Oxford

Teaching

At the University of Glasgow, Professor Neundorf teaches the following courses: 

  • PGR/MRes: Research Design
  • Honours: Authoritarinism

Professional activities & recognition

Editorial boards

  • 2013: Political Science Research and Methods
  • 2016: Electoral Studies
  • 2019: Perspectives on Politics

Professional & learned societies

  • 2014 - 2016: Elected Council Member, European Political Science Association
  • 2014 - 2015: Co-programme chair, European Political Science Association

Additional information

Journal editorship

  • Political Science Research and Methods (2018-)
  • Political Studies (2013-2017)
  • Political Studies Review (2013-2014)

Journal editorial board member

  • Persectives on Politics (2019-)
  • Electoral Studies (2016-)
  • Political Science Research and Methods (2013-)

Associations

  • European Political Science Association: Elected member of the Council & Co-Program Chair (2014-2016)

Reviewer

  • Journals: 25 different scientific journals in political science, social sciences and sociology
  • Funding bodies: European Research Council (H2020, Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship);
    Research Foundation - Flanders; Carnegie Foundation; Israeli Science Foundation