Peer-reviewed books, articles, policy reports and impact work.
Matthew has published widely in the areas of British and European politics, radical and extreme politics, voting and elections.
The publications listed below are published in peer-reviewed journals and books. Click on the title for links.
See also Matthew's profile on Google Scholar. Matthew Goodwin, Simon Hix and Mark Pickup (2017) For and Against Brexit: A Survey Experiment of the Impact of Campaign Frames on Public Attitudes toward EU membership, British Journal of Political Science (in print)
Matthew Goodwin and James Dennison (2015) 'Immigration, Issue Ownership and the Rise of UKIP', Parliamentary Affairs, 68(1), pp.168-187. Also appears in the edited volume Andrew Geddes and Jon Tonge (2015) Britain Votes, Oxford University Press
Matthew Goodwin (2012) ‘Backlash in the ‘hood: Exploring Support for the British National Party at the Local Level’, in Andrea Mammone et al. (eds.) Mapping the Far Right in Contemporary Europe, New York and Oxford: Berghahn
Matthew Goodwin (2010) ‘Activism in Contemporary Extreme Right Parties: The Case of the British National Party’, Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 20 (2), pages 31-54
Matthew Goodwin, Stephen Greasley, Peter John & Liz Richardson (2010) ‘Can We Make Environmental Citizens? A Randomized Control Trial of the Effect of a School-Based Intervention on Young People’, Environmental Politics, 19 (3), pages 392-412
Matthew Goodwin, Robert Ford, Bobby Duffy and Rea Robey (2010) ‘Who Votes Extreme Right in 21st Century Britain? The Bases of Support for the National Front and British National Party’, in Eatwell and Goodwin, New Extremism, pages 191-210
Matthew Goodwin (2010) ‘In Search of the Winning Formula: Nick Griffin and the ‘Modernization’ of the British National Party’, in Eatwell and Goodwin, New Extremism, pages 169-190
Matthew Goodwin (2009) ‘The Radical Right in Contemporary Europe: Past, Present and Future', Political Studies Review’, 7 (3), pages 322-329
Matthew Goodwin (2009) ‘Can we promote cohesion through contact? Intergroup contact and the development of ‘cohesive’ communities’, in Catherine Durose et al. (Eds.) Local Governance Changing Citizens? Policy Press, pages 91-110