Dr Narisong Huhe

Senior Lecturer



Business is business : how trade relationship fails to boost image of China
Huhe Narisong, Tang Min
Journal of Contemporary China (2020)
Don't cry for me Britannia : the resilience of the European Union to Brexit
Huhe Narisong, Naurin Daniel, Thomson Robert
European Union Politics Vol 21, pp. 152-172 (2020)
Contextualizing the economic basis of political support : government economic engagement, economic perceptions, and democratic satisfaction
Tang Min, Huhe Narisong
Political Research Quarterly, pp. 1-48 (2019)
Creating democratic citizens? The political effects of the Internet in China
Huhe Narisong, Tang Min, Chen Jie
Political Research Quarterly (2018)
The evolution of political networks : evidence from the Council of the European Union
Huhe Narisong, Naurin Daniel, Thomson Robert
European Union Politics Vol 19, pp. 25-51 (2018)
With or without you? Policy impact and networks in the Council of the EU after Brexit
Huhe Narisong, Naurin Daniel, Thomson Robert

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Research interests

My research is inspired by a central question: how can we understand the formation and impact of public attitude and opinion, particularly in those societies with rapid socioeconomic changes and technological advancements (e.g., the Internet and social media)?  My research, accordingly, unfolds in two different yet closely related lines. The first line of research extends my dissertation works and focuses on how various personal and contextual characteristics affect the formation of public opinion. The second then focuses on the potential impacts of new media (e.g., the Internet) on public opinion.

Professional activities

Political Science Association Annual International Conference
ECPR conference Pisa 2016

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Mapping the Networked Socialisation of University Students in a Digital Age
Huhe, Narisong (Principal Investigator) Shephard, Mark Peter (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2018 - 01-Jan-2019

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