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Analysing the vote - identity and geography

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Was a leave vote obvious? Is there a London bubble? Why did England and Wales vote to leave, whereas Scotland and Northern Ireland vote to stay?

 

This session looks at some of the national, local and psychosocial divides that have been highlighted by the referendum. Join us to explore the UK’s people and places, and to discuss how a better understanding of their differences will help us to live together during Brexit. 

 

 

Resource: http://www.open.edu/openlearn/society-politics-law/brexit-the-break-britain/content-section-overview 

Presentation time: 
Friday, 25 May, 2018 - 10:30
With: 

Allan Cochrane

I am now an emeritus professor in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at The Open University. At various times I have been a student, associate lecturer, dean, pro-vice chancellor, and head of department.

Kesi Mahendran

Kesi Mahendran is a Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology.

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