con’founding, adj.That which confounds; destroying, confusing, perplexing, amazing, etc.: see the verb.
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Last year, I bought a copy of Political Participation in Britain (Paul Whiteley, 2012). On page 86 there is a graph (bear with me…) of responses to one of the questions from the British Election Study Continuous Monitoring Survey. This … Continue reading
The Prime Minister has gone and brought it up again. I confess that I’m a little slow off the mark, and this is actually from before Christmas (thank you to George Disney for pointing it out to me) but I … Continue reading
One of the many joys of the Big Society is the lovely way it lends itself to any number of sets of paired opposites. Today at the Social Policy Association Conference, I listened to market liberalism vs. social value (Pete … Continue reading
As a freshly established blogger, I had in mind to try my hand at ‘blogging a conference’ (the Social Policy Association Conference, to be precise). I think a laptop the size of a planet may not be the best tool, … Continue reading