Bernadette C. Hayes
Bernadette C. Hayes
Director, ICTPR, University of Aberdeen
Verified email at abdn.ac.uk
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Gender, scientific knowledge, and attitudes toward the environment: A cross-national analysis
BC Hayes
Political research quarterly 54 (3), 657-671, 2001
2012001
Sowing dragon's teeth: Public support for political violence and paramilitarism in Northern Ireland
BC Hayes, I McAllister
Political Studies 49 (5), 901-922, 2001
1952001
Conflict and consensus: A study of values and attitudes in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
T Fahey, BC Hayes, R Sinnott
Institute of public administration, 2005
1892005
Explaining the gender gap in voting: A cross-national analysis
DT Studlar, I McAllister, BC Hayes
Social Science Quarterly, 779-798, 1998
1521998
Religious belief, transmission, and the family: An Australian study
BC Hayes, Y Pittelkow
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 755-766, 1993
1291993
Gender differences in scientific knowledge and attitudes toward science: A comparative study of four Anglo-American nations
BC Hayes, VN Tariq
Public Understanding of Science, 2000
1282000
Integrated education, intergroup relations, and political identities in Northern Ireland
BC Hayes, I McAllister, L Dowds
Social Problems 54 (4), 454-482, 2007
1272007
Social contact, cultural marginality or economic self-interest? Attitudes towards immigrants in Northern Ireland
BC Hayes, L Dowds
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 32 (3), 455-476, 2006
1252006
political efficacy: a comparative study of the United States, West Germany, Great Britain and Australia
BC Hayes, CS Bean
european Journal of Political research 23 (3), 261-280, 1993
1201993
The impact of religious identification on political attitudes: An international comparison
BC Hayes
Sociology of religion 56 (2), 177-194, 1995
1181995
Religion and environmental issues within Anglo-American democracies
BC Hayes, M Marangudakis
Review of Religious Research, 159-174, 2000
1022000
Religion and attitudes towards nature in Britain
BG Hayes, M Marangudakis
The British journal of sociology 52 (1), 139-155, 2001
952001
Marketing politics to voters: late deciders in the 1992 British election
BC Hayes, I McAllister
European Journal of Marketing, 1996
931996
Religious identification and moral attitudes: The British case
BC Hayes
British Journal of Sociology, 457-474, 1995
881995
Gender, postmaterialism, and feminism in comparative perspective
BC Hayes, I McAllister, DT Studlar
International Political Science Review 21 (4), 425-439, 2000
862000
Public support for political violence and paramilitarism in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
BC Hayes, I McAllister
Terrorism and Political Violence 17 (4), 599-617, 2005
802005
Education as a mechanism for conflict resolution in Northern Ireland
BC Hayes, I McAllister
Oxford Review of Education 35 (4), 437-450, 2009
752009
Gender, party leaders, and election outcomes in Australia, Britain, and the United States
BC Hayes, I McAllister
Comparative Political Studies 30 (1), 3-26, 1997
751997
Who voted for peace? Public support for the 1998 Northern Ireland Agreement
BC Hayes, I McAllister
Irish Political Studies Reader, 328-351, 2007
682007
Victims as moral beacons: victims and perpetrators in Northern Ireland
JD Brewer, BC Hayes
Contemporary Social Science 6 (1), 73-88, 2011
672011
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