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On SAGE Insight: The political revolt of the lower middle class against automation: a common explanation for Brexit, Trumpism or the yellow vests
Labour markets in advanced economies are increasingly marked by job polarisation, whereby job creation occurs either at the high- or low-skill levels, while mid-skill jobs are disappearing. This is mainly due to the process of automation of many routine-based tasks, … Continue reading
On SAGE Insight; Can Narratives of White Identity Reduce Opposition to Immigration and Support for Hard Brexit?
Article title: Can Narratives of White Identity Reduce Opposition to Immigration and Support for Hard Brexit? A Survey Experiment From Political Studies Britain’s vote to leave the European Union highlights the importance of White majority opposition to immigration. This article … Continue reading
From The British Journal of Politics and International Relations In the 2016 Brexit referendum, the United Kingdom as a whole chose to Leave the European Union (EU) by a narrow margin: 51.9%–48.1% of those who voted. There was, however, a … Continue reading
In the year that proved “voters always have the last word”, last night the Political Studies Association (PSA) honored noteworthy academics, journalists, politicians, political campaigners and policy-makers who have made significant contributions to the conduct and study of politics. SAGE’s President … Continue reading
In the wake of one of the most significant democratic decisions of the last decade, scholarly research is more important than ever in providing expert insights, in-depth observations, and nuanced perspectives. Exactly five months on, SAGE Publishing is providing free … Continue reading