[Air-l] uk election 2005

William Dutton william.dutton at oii.ox.ac.uk
Fri Apr 22 02:18:33 PDT 2005

Wainer and others,

Stephen Ward (a former colleague of yours) and Stephen Coleman, both at 
the OII, are doing research around the 2005 UK general election. 
Stephen Ward has an ESRC grant to support his work, and Stephen Coleman 
is working with Channel 4 and others. Helen Margetts is also doing some 
research at the OII in this area, focusing more on the use of the 
Internet by minority parties.

In due course, I believe they will have a good deal to say about the 
election, including the role of the Internet.

Regards, Bill

On 22 Apr 2005, at 08:47, Wainer Lusoli wrote:

> I was just wondering if any list members had plans for (or were 
> already)
> studying the use of the net in the UK 2005 general election. Or just
> following the campaign (online). Would be nice to hear what the
> impressions of AIR-ers are.
> Kind regards
> Wainer
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