Miss Diana Bartmann

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I am a PhD student at Royal Holloway, University of London and particularly fascinated with political corruption and parliamentary misconduct. My research project seeks to investigate the impact of parliamentary ethics violations on constituency campaigns and electoral outcomes of rule-breaking MPs in Britain. 

My further research interests include political communication strategies in election campaigns, voting behaviour and the personalisation of politics in democratic societies. 

I am currently working as a Teaching Assistant at Royal Holloway and convene weekly seminars for module PR1000 - Researching Politics and International Relations: Methods, Techniques and Analysis (Level 4). Alongside teaching seminars on qualitative and quantitative research approaches, I support students in weekly office hours and mark student's coursework. 

Additionally, I work as a freelance academic at the British and Irish Modern Music Institute in London, marking undergraduate essays and dissertations for the following modules: PR511 - Research Methods (Level 5) and 611 - Professional Project (Level 6).

Prior to undertaking studies at doctoral level I worked as a Political Consultant in London. I hold a Master's in Political Science from Royal Holloway, University of London and a Bachelor's degree from the University of West London.

 

 

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