The Capital, Privilege and Political Participation in Britain and Beyond project has three strands:
- Analysing original survey, interview, and focus group data to describe capital, perceptions, and political activities in pre-Brexit Britain
- Fielding online survey experiments in the UK, Sweden, Poland, and India to test the impact of the capital held by politicians on their perceived representativeness
- Collaborating with political engagement organisations to identify solutions to participatory barriers in Britain
The project is funded by the British Academy and run by Joe Greenwood-Hau, who is based in the School of Government & Public Policy at the University of Strathclyde.
You can view and download a copy of the funding application (award number: PF20/10039) for the project here.