Research & Publications

Peer-reviewed articles:

. Turnbull-Dugarte, S.J. (in press) Why vote when you cannot choose? EU intervention and political participation in times of constraint. European Union Politics. [paper] (SJR 2018: 2.34)

Turnbull-Dugarte, S.J. (forthcoming) The European Lavender Vote: Sexuality, ideology and vote choice in Western Europe. European Journal of Political Research. [paper] (SJR 2018: 3.18)

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] (SJR 2018: 3.67)

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 2018: 1.8)

Townsley, J. and Turnbull-Dugarte, S.J. (forthcoming)  Can parties recruit postal voters? Experimental Evidence From Britain, Electoral Studies [paper] (SJR 2018: 1.9)

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] (SJR 2018: 2.08)

Under review:

R4. Mobilising voters to lobby their MPs on Brexit. Field experiment evidence from the UK. (with Joshua Townsley and Florian Foos) – submitted Feb 2020

R3. Polarised and mobilised: EU determinants of voter participation in the 2019 European Parliament election (with Cal Le Gall and  Joshua Townsley)   submitted Feb 2020

R2. Voting for VOX in the 2019 Spanish general selection (with José Rama and Andrés Santana).   submitted Feb 2020

R1. Voting like their rights depended on it. Sexuality and turnout in Western Europe. (with Joshua Townsley)   submitted Dec 2019

Under contract:

VOX: The Rise of the Spanish Radical Right (with José Rama, Lisa Zanoletti, and Andrés Santana) – under contract with Routledge


The end of liberty? How Ciudadanos and their voters have shifted rightwards. (with Pablo Simón)

Brexit identities and campaign framing experiment. (with Katharina Lawall, Joshua Townsley and Florian Foos)

EU intervention, economic perceptions & satisfaction with democracy. (with Dan Devine)

Sexuality-based discrimination and satisfaction with democracy, a rainbow of discontent.