Dr. Ece Özlem Atikcan (Department of Politics and International Studies, Warwick) will be speaking on 'Framing the Choice in EU Referendums' as part of the Warwick Q-Step Centre Research Seminar Series on Thursday 8 December 2016. The seminar will take place from 5-6pm in the Cowling Room (S2.77, Social Sciences), and will be followed by a wine reception and light refreshments.
Dr Atikcan is an Assistant Professor in PAIS and a Visiting Senior Research Fellow at the European Institute of UCL. Her research interests include comparative politics, European integration, public opinion and political campaigns, framing theory, referendums, social movements, and transnational diffusion. Read more about Dr Atikcan and her research here.
All members of the University with an interest in social science research using quantitative methods are welcome to attend. The seminar is suitable for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
To ensure your place, please complete this quick registration.
The Warwick Q-Step Centre Research Seminar Series brings together staff and students from throughout the University who are interested in social science research using quantitative methods. The seminars are held on Thursdays from 5-6pm in the Cowling Room (S2.77, Social Sciences) and the full timetable can be found on the Q-Step Centre website.