Peer-reviewed articles:

A13. Turnbull-Dugarte, S,J. and Daniel Devine (Online View) Does EU judicial intervention increase euroscepticism? Quasi-Experimental evidence from Spain. Journal of European Public Policy. [paper]
(JCR 2020: 4.18)

A12. Turnbull-Dugarte, S,J. and Joshua Townsley (2020) Political engagement and turnout among same-sex couples in Western Europe. Research and Politics 7(4): 1-8 [paper]
(SJR 2019: 1.62)

A11. Turnbull-Dugarte, S.J. (2020) Cross-pressures and the European lavender vote: testing the conditionality of the sexuality gap. Electoral Studies 68. (JCR 2020: 1.04) [paper]

A10. Turnbull-Dugarte, S.J. (Online View) Who wins the UK lavender vote? (Mostly) Labour. Politics, Groups and Identities. [paper]

A9. Turnbull-Dugarte, S.J. (Online view) A New Hope for Europhiles? The 2017 German Federal Elections and the Revenge of the Pro-European Mainstream. Journal of European Integration. [paper] (JCR 2020: 1.26)

A8. Turnbull-Dugarte, S.J. (Online view) Multidimensional issue preferences of the European lavender vote. Journal of European Public Policy. [paper] (JCR 2020: 4.18)

A7. Turnbull-Dugarte, S.J., Rama, José and Santana, Andrés (2020) The Baskerville’s dog suddenly started barking:  voting for Vox in the 2019 Spanish general elections. Political Research Exchange 2(1): 1-21 [paper]

A6. Turnbull-Dugarte, S.J. (2020) Why vote when you cannot choose? EU intervention and political participation in times of constraint. European Union Politics 21(3): 406-428 [paper] (JCR 2020: 2.44)

A5. Turnbull-Dugarte, S.J. (2020) The European Lavender Vote: Sexuality, ideology and vote choice in Western Europe. European Journal of Political Research 59(3): 517-537 [paper] (JCR 2020: 2.83)

A4. Turnbull-Dugarte, S.J. (2020) The impact of EU intervention on political parties’ politicisation of Europe following the financial crisis. West European Politics 43(4): 894-918 [paper] (JCR 2020: 2.15)

A3. Turnbull-Dugarte, S.J. (2019) Explaining the end of Spanish exceptionalism and electoral support for Vox. Research and Politics 6(2): 1-8. [paper] (SJR 2019: 1.62)

A2. Townsley, J. and Turnbull-Dugarte, S.J. (2020)  Can parties recruit postal voters? Experimental Evidence From Britain, Electoral Studies 64 (1) [paper] (JCR 2020: 1.04) [pre-reg]

A1. Turnbull-Dugarte, S.J. (2019) Selfies, Policies or Votes? The Use of Instagram in the 2015 and 2016 Spanish General Elections. Social Media + Society 5(2): 1-15. [paper] (JCR 2019: 2.81)

Peer-reviewed books

B1. VOX: The Rise of the Spanish Populist Radical Right (with José Rama, Lisa Zanotti, and Andrés Santana)

Under review:

R&R3. Who votes by post? (with Joshua Townsley, Siim Trumm & Caitlin Milazzo)  – submitted May 2020

R&R2. Mobilising voters to lobby their MPs on Brexit. Field experiment evidence from the UK. (with Joshua Townsley, Florian Foos and Denise Baron) – submitted Feb 2020 [pre-reg]

R&R1. Where is the Party? Explaining Positions on Same-sex Marriage in Europe among Would-be MPs (with Scott Siegel and Brian Ohlinger) – submitted Nov 2020

R3. Health over wealth: Explaining the sexuality gap in public policy preferences towards Covid-19. (with James Dennison & Joshua Townsley) – submitted December 2020.

R2. Homonegative attitudes after Obergefell v. Hodges. Quasi-experimental evidence of anticipatory backlash from Israel – submitted December 2020.

R1. Economic Interventions, Economic Perceptions and Political Support During the Eurozone Crisis (with Daniel Devine). – submitted April 2020