Dr Javier Sajuria, Licentiate in Law - J.D. (PUC Chile), MSc (UCL), PhD (UCL)
Lecturer in Politics
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I obtained my MSc and PhD from the Department of Political Science, University College London. Before that, I finished my law degree (J.D.) from PUC Chile. Prior to joining Queen Mary, I was a Lecturer in Politics at Newcastle University (2016-2017), and a postdoctoral Research Associate at the University of Strathclyde, working as part of the team behind the ESCR funded Representative Audit of Britain project, part of Parliamentary Candidates UK. During that time, I was also part of the Constitution Unit team as a research associate.
My research interests include political behaviour, comparative politics, social media and politics, and political methodology. My doctoral research aimed to provide a general theory of online social capital and its effects on political participation. My research now focuses on electoral politics, elite politics (candidates and legislators), techniques for latent variable estimation, and the study of false information.
Examples of research funding:
2017-2018 Chilean Candidate study, private donor (Principal Investigator) - £15,000
2017 ESRC Extension Grant, GE2017 Candidate survey (Associate researcher) - £50,000
2017 – 2019 ESRC Secondary Data Initiative (under revision, Co-Investigator) - £200,000
2014-2015 UCL School of Public Policy Networking Grant - £1,000
2012-2014 UCL Graduate School Conference Fund - £1,200 over three years
2013 UCL School of Public Policy Summer School scholarship - £1,100
2012 UCL Department of Political Science, School of Public Policy Departmental Bursary - £3,000
2010 Chevening Scholarship awarded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (UK) - £24,000
2010 International Visitors Leadership Program awarded by the State Department (USA)
Javier is interested in supervising doctoral theses in the following areas:
- Political Behaviour (particularly electoral behaviour, political participation)
- Public Opinion
- Political Elites and political parties
- Social Media, ICTs, and politics
“Using Hybrid Data to Study Hybrid Events”, Warwick University Q-Step Centre
“Assessing Non-Response in Candidate Surveys”, Strathclyde University
“Brexit and its Consequences for Latin America”, LSE
“The Myth of the Local Candidate'', Escuela de Gobierno, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
“Bowling Alone: Social Capital in Online Networks”, Oxford Internet Institute.
“Workshop in Digital Activism”, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Lunch seminars, Instituto Asuntos Públicos Universidad de Chile
“Chile: 50 Reforms in the First 100 Days”, King’s College London
“X-Ray to Voluntary Voting: Chile”, LSE
“Internet, Protests and Democracy: A comparative analysis from the UK and Chile” , Research Institute of the Contemporary Mahgreb (IRMC), Tunisia.