Elias Dinas

Elias Dinas

Post:
Associate Professor of Comparative Politics, Brasenose
Affiliation:
Comparative Politics and Government, Research Methods
Email:
elias.dinas@politics.ox.ac.uk
College:
Brasenose College

Comparative Political Behaviour
Political Socialisation
Political Methodology

Community Elections Family Methods Political Parties Representation

Political Behaviour
European Politics
Research Methods

Does Choice Bring Loyalty? Electoral Participation and the Development of Party Identification. Forthcoming. American Journal of Political Science, Forthcoming, Online access: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ajps.12044/abstract

Why Does the Apple Fall Far from the Tree? How Early Political Socialization Prompts Parent-Child Dissimilarity. Forthcoming. British Journal of Political Science, Online access: http://journals.cambridge.org/action/displayAbstract?fromPage=online&aid=8860149

Opening "Openness to change:" Political Events and the increased sensitivity of young adults. 2013 Political Research Quarterly, 66(4): 868-882

Tactical Voting and Party Preferences: A Test of Cognitive Dissonance Theory (with Joergen Boelstad and Pedro Riera), 2013. Political Behavior, 35(3):429-52.

Selected Publications