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Dr. Mark Shephard is Senior Lecturer in politics at the School of Government and Public Policy, University of Strathclyde and was principal investigator on the ESRC/AQMeN Future of the United Kingdom and Scotland research project focusing on the impact of social media on the Scottish Independence referendum. He researches Scottish and British politics, social media, elite behaviour, legislatures, public opinion, parties and elections. His works have been published in a number of journals including Electoral Studies, Political Studies, The Journal of Legislative Studies, The Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, British Politics, Parliamentary Affairs, and the British Journal of Politics and International Relations.
1/03/18 → 1/01/19
Shephard, M. P. & Tagg, S.
1/08/13 → 28/02/14
Constitutional Implications of COVID-19 : Operation of PMQs* Pre and Post-COVID-19: House of Lords Constitution Committee : Inquiry into the Constitutional Implications of COVID-19Shephard, M. & Braby, D., 9 Oct 2020, London. 2 p.
Research output: Book/Report › Other reportOpen AccessFile16 Downloads (Pure)
Questions to the PM versus questions by the PM: an examination of the state and nature of 'Punch and Judy' politics during PMQs at WestminsterShephard, M. & Braby, D., 12 Feb 2020, In: Journal of Legislative Studies . 26, 1, p. 27-46 20 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
Study of Parliament Group (2001+) and Study of Scottish Parliament Group (2008+). I have been joint Chair (with James Johnston of the Scottish Parliament) of the SSPG since its inception in Spring 2008.
Shephard, Mark Peter (Recipient), Dec 2001
Prize: Election to learned society
Mark Peter Shephard (Participant)28 Jul 2019
Activity: Participating in or organising an event types › Participation in conference
Political Studies Association Annual Meeting 2019 paper presentation on Social Networks on Social Media
Mark Peter Shephard (Speaker)15 Apr 2019 → 17 Apr 2019
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Oral presentation