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Scott Blinder
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Who counts as a migrant? Definitions and their consequences
B Anderson, S Blinder
Briefing, The Migration Observatory at the University of Oxford, 2011
360*2011
UK public opinion toward immigration: Overall attitudes and level of concern
S Blinder, W Allen
The Migration Observatory 28, 2016
326*2016
Imagined immigration: the impact of different meanings of ‘immigrants’ in public opinion and policy debates in Britain
S Blinder
Political Studies 63 (1), 80-100, 2015
3202015
The better angels of our nature: How the antiprejudice norm affects policy and party preferences in Great Britain and Germany
S Blinder, R Ford, E Ivarsflaten
American Journal of Political Science 57 (4), 841-857, 2013
2362013
Constructing immigrants: Portrayals of migrant groups in British national newspapers, 2010–2012
S Blinder, WL Allen
International Migration Review 50 (1), 3-40, 2016
2262016
Migration to the UK: Asylum
S Blinder
University of Oxford, UK: Migration Observatory briefing, COMPAS, 2015
107*2015
The ‘illegal’and the skilled: effects of media portrayals on perceptions of immigrants in Britain
S Blinder, AM Jeannet
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 44 (9), 1444-1462, 2018
972018
Migration in the news: Portrayals of immigrants, migrants, asylum seekers and refugees in national British newspapers, 2010 to 2012
W Allen, S Blinder
Migration Observatory report, COMPAS, University of Oxford, 2013
932013
The anti‐racism norm in Western European immigration politics: Why we need to consider it and how to measure it
E Ivarsflaten, S Blinder, R Ford
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 20 (4), 421-445, 2010
712010
Media reporting of migrants and migration
W Allen, S Blinder, R McNeil
World Migration Report 2018, 2017
54*2017
Naturalisation as a British Citizen: Concepts and Trends
S Blinder
Migration Observatory Briefing. University of Oxford, UK: COMPAS, 2013
42*2013
Deportations, Removals and Voluntary Departures from the UK
S Blinder
Migration Observatory Briefing. University of Oxford, UK: COMPAS, 2011
38*2011
Acceptable in the EU? Why some immigration restrictionists support European Union mobility
S Blinder, Y Markaki
European Union Politics 20 (3), 468-491, 2019
34*2019
Settlement in the UK
S Blinder
Migration Observatory Briefing. University of Oxford, UK: COMPAS, 2012
34*2012
Biases at the ballot box: How multiple forms of voter discrimination impede the descriptive and substantive representation of ethnic minority groups
NS Martin, S Blinder
Political Behavior 43 (4), 1487-1510, 2021
302021
Media independence through routine press-state relations: Immigration and government statistics in the British press
WL Allen, S Blinder
The International Journal of Press/Politics 23 (2), 202-226, 2018
292018
UK Public Opinion toward Migration: Determinants of Attitudes
S Blinder
Migration Observatory Briefing. University of Oxford, UK: COMPAS, 2011
292011
Thinking behind the numbers: Understanding public opinion on immigration in Britain
S Blinder, M Ruhs, C Vargas-Silva
The Migration Observatory, 2011
282011
How and Why the Populist Radical Right Persuades Citizens
E Ivarsflaten, S Blinder, L Bjånesøy
The Oxford Handbook of Electoral Persuasion, 2020
252020
Roots of group threat: anti-prejudice motivations and implicit bias in perceptions of immigrants as threats
S Blinder, L Lundgren
Ethnic and Racial Studies 42 (12), 1971-1989, 2019
252019
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