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So what next? New politics? New identities?

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What can we expect in the run up to 29 March 2019? How might the UK steer between competing Brexit options, and which ones are most likely to prevail?

 

We’re not making exact predictions about what will happen, but we already know what many of the big issues will be. Our final session will look at the choices facing the main politicians and work out how the changing cultural landscape is creating new ways to think about psychology and citizenship.

 

 

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Presentation time: 
Friday, 25 May, 2018 - 11:30
With: 

Eleni Andreouli

My research is situated in the social psychology of citizenship, particularly the study of everyday enactments of citizenship. My current interests lie in the emergent politics of Brexit and the development of new political identities.

Richard Heffernan

Richard joined The Open University in 1999 and is currently Interim Head of the Department of Politics & International Studies (POLIS).

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