Dr Siobhan McAndrew
Sheffield Methods Institute
Senior Lecturer in Politics, Philosophy and Economics
+44 114 222 7122
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Sheffield Methods Institute
Interdisciplinary Centre of the Social Sciences (ICOSS)
Siobhan’s current research interests span behavioural social science; the study of religion, culture and values in social and political life; and digital policy. Prior to joining Sheffield Methods Institute, Siobhan was QStep Director and Senior Lecturer in Quantitative Social Science at the University of Bristol.
Siobhan currently leads a research project into vaccine confidence and attitudes to public health policy, and is also involved in funded projects on cultural sector employment and cultural data innovation. Her methodological interests lie in generation of new historical datasets, linkage of born-digital and survey data, and network analysis. Siobhan is also Programme Director of the BA and BSc degrees in Politics, Philosophy and Economics, leading core modules on concepts and research methods.
- Research interests
- Political culture;
- Social science of religion;
- Digital politics.
- Trust and experiences of National Health Service healthcare do not fully explain demographic disparities in coronavirus vaccination uptake in the UK : a cross-sectional study. BMJ Open, 12(3).
- Coronavirus conspiracy suspicions, general vaccine attitudes, trust and coronavirus information source as predictors of vaccine hesitancy among UK residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.. Psychol Med, 1-12.
- Belonging, believing, behaving, and Brexit : channels of religiosity and religious identity in support for leaving the European Union. British Journal of Sociology, 71(5), 867-897.
- Religiosity, Secular Participation, and Cultural Socialization: A Case Study of the 1933–1942 Urban English Cohort. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 59(2), 247-268.
- The values of culture? Social closure in the political identities, policy preferences, and social attitudes of cultural and creative workers. The Sociological Review. View this article in WRRO
- Music as Collective Invention: A Social Network Analysis of Composers. Cultural Sociology, 9(1), 56-80.
- Immigrant generation, religiosity and civic engagement in Britain. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 37(1), 99-119.
- Social Identity, Personality and Connectedness: Probing the Identity and Community Divides behind Brexit.
- Trust and experiences of NHS healthcare do not fully explain demographic disparities in coronavirus vaccination uptake in the UK.
- Mode and Frequency of Covid-19 Information Updates, Political Values, and Future Covid-19 Vaccine Attitudes.
- Cultural Consumption and Covid-19: Evidence from the Taking Part and COVID-19 Cultural Participation Monitor surveys.
- Mosques and political engagement in Britain: Participation or segregation?, Muslims and Political Participation in Britain (pp. 53-81).
- Symbolic versus commercial success among british female composers, Social Networks and Music Worlds (pp. 61-88).