Dr Stratos Patrikios

Senior Lecturer

Politics

Personal statement

Stratos Patrikios studied history and politics at the Universities of Ioannina, Essex and Strathclyde (PhD, 2008). He is particularly interested in group identities, social attitudes and political behaviour (especially its non-political roots). His religion and politics work also investigates the organisation and politics of Christian churches, and the interaction of modern government with institutional religion. Stratos has received research funding from the Applied Quantitative Methods Network, the British Academy, the Carnegie Trust and the Economic and Social Research Council. Publications include peer-reviewed articles in academic journals, such as Electoral Studies, Journal of Peace Research, Journal of Social Policy, Parliamentary AffairsPolitical BehaviorSocio-Economic Review, etc.

School of Government and Public Policy

Publications

New migrant activism : frame alignment and future protest participation
Karyotis Georgios, Skleparis Dimitris, Patrikios Stratos
British Journal of Politics and International Relations (2021)
Religious market structure and democratic performance : clientelism
Patrikios Stratos, Xezonakis Georgios
Electoral Studies Vol 61 (2019)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.electstud.2019.102073
Ideological traditionalism and organisational innovation in Greek Orthodox ecclesiastical governance
Patrikios Stratos
Journal of Contemporary Religion Vol 35 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1080/13537903.2020.1814604
Churches as firms : an exploration of regulatory similarities
Patrikios Stratos, De Francesco Fabrizio
Socio-Economic Review (2018)
https://doi.org/10.1093/ser/mwy013
Better the devil you know : threat effects and attachment to the European Union
Patrikios Stratos, Cram Laura
Comparative European Politics Vol 14, pp. 717-734 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1057/cep.2014.54
Secularization
Patrikios Stratos
Religion Beyond Religion (2016) (2016)

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Teaching

Religion & Politics

Difference & Democracy

Quantitative Methods

Research Design

BA, MSc & PhD supervision

Projects

Blame Attribution and Austerity Politics: Implications for Voting and Protest
Patrikios, Efstratios (Principal Investigator)
01-Jan-2015 - 30-Jan-2015
The Impact of Subliminal Exposure to National Symbols on Attitudes to the Constitutional Status of Scotland: An Experimental Approach
Cram, Laura (Principal Investigator) Mitchell, James (Co-investigator) Patrikios, Efstratios (Co-investigator)
The Impact of Subliminal Exposure to National Symbols on Attitudes to the Constitutional Status of Scotland: An Experimental Approach
01-Jan-2012 - 31-Jan-2012
AQMeN Collaborative Small Grants Scheme
Shephard, Mark Peter (Principal Investigator) Patrikios, Efstratios (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2011 - 30-Jan-2012
Implicit Triggers, Identiy(Ies) And Attitudes To The European Union: An Experimental Approach
Cram, Laura (Principal Investigator) Mitchell, James (Co-investigator) Patrikios, Efstratios (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2010 - 30-Jan-2011

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