Publications

Publications featuring my academic work, including media appearances and other ‘non-academic’ sources, are listed below. Where possible, the titles are hyperlinked to an online version of the publication. For further details about my publications, including citation data, please see my Google Scholar profile.

Peer-reviewed journal articles

Field, L. (2022). At the Table: Women’s participation and influence in Ireland’s first decade of deliberative democracy. Irish Political Studies, online first.

Farrell, D.M. & Field, L. (2022). The growing prominence of deliberative mini-publics and their impact on democratic government. Irish Political Studies, 37(2), pp. 285–302.

Field, L. (2021). Determinants of support for directly-elected mayors in Ireland. Irish Political Studies, 36(4), pp. 667–684.

Field, L. (2020). Irish General Election 2020: Two-and-a-half party system no more? Irish Political Studies, 35(4), pp. 615–636.

Field, L. (2018). The abortion referendum of 2018 and a timeline of abortion politics in Ireland to date. Irish Political Studies, 33(4), pp. 608–628.

Book chapters

Farrell, D.M. & Field, L. (2020). Beyond electoral representation. In R. Costello & N. Robinson (eds.), Comparative European Politics: Distinctive democracies, common challenges. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, pp. 119–142.

Book reviews

Field, L. (2022). Review of How Ireland Voted 2020: The End of an Era, edited by Michael Gallagher, Michael Marsh, and Theresa Reidy. Irish Political Studies, online first.

Field, L. (2021). Review of Democratic decision-making: consensus voting for civic society and parliaments, by Peter Emerson. Irish Political Studies, online first.

Commissioned reports

Field, L. (2021, 29 September). Iceland’s centrist vote has resurged, but the left still has opportunities to govern and grow in a fragmented party system. Report on the 2021 Icelandic general election prepared for the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung (Brussels Office).

Field, L. (2020, 26 March). New Irish government offers no Brexit change. The
UK in a Changing Europe
.

Field, L. (2020, 23 March). Comparing rates of electoral assent in the recent Irish and UK general elections. Report prepared for the Electoral Reform Society.

Conference papers

Field, L., Valdimarsdóttir, M., & Jónsdóttir, G.A. (2021). Public support for counter-terrorism measures in Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. 2021 Þjóðarspegillinn [National Mirror], national conference on social sciences organised by the University of Iceland’s School of Social Sciences, online format, 29 October.

Field, L., Valdimarsdóttir, M., & Jónsdóttir, G.A. (2021). Demography, Trust, and
Attitudes Towards Counter-Terrorism Measures in the Nordic Democracies. 2021 Annual Meeting, American Political Science Association, online format, 1 October.

Field, L., Valdimarsdóttir, M., & Jónsdóttir, G.A. (2021). Who supports counter-
terrorism measures in the Nordic countries? The influence of demography and trust on attitudes towards different policies. 2021 General Conference, European Consortium for Political Research, online format, 30 August.

Toole, N., & Field, L. (2020). Political Patience, Trust and Vote-Switching. 2020 Annual Conference, Political Studies Association of Ireland, online format, 10 October.

Field, L. (2020). What Shapes Opinion on Directly-Elected Mayors in Ireland? 2020 Annual Conference, Political Studies Association of Ireland, online format, 9 October.

Field, L. (2020). At the Table: the impact of the growth in deliberative democracy on gender equality in Ireland. 2020 Annual Conference, Political Studies Association of Ireland, online format, 9 October.

Field, L. (2020). Emotive Rhetoric During the 2015 Irish Same-Sex Marriage
Referendum. 2020 Annual Meeting, American Political Science Association, online format, 11 September.

Field, L. (2019). Dynamics of Emotive Campaigning in the 2015 Irish Same-Sex Marriage Referendum. 2019 Annual Meeting, American Political Science Association, Washington D.C., 31 August.

Field, L. (2018). Can emotions be used to predictably sway voters during a
referendum campaign? 2018 Annual Conference, Political Studies Association of Ireland, Limerick, 13 October.

Field, L. (2018). The use of emotive campaign messaging during the 2015 referendum on same-sex marriage in Ireland. Junior Scholars Symposium on Emotions, 2018 Annual Meeting, Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, 6 April.

Field, L. (2017). Reliable text-analysis coding of emotive campaign rhetoric in
referendums. 2017 Annual Conference, Political Studies Association of Ireland, Dublin, 15 October.

Field, L. (2017). Reliable text-analysis coding of emotive campaign rhetoric in
referendums. 3rd Leuven-Montréal Winter School on Elections, KU Leuven, 28
February.

Field, L. (2014). Pathways to recognition: A critical discourse analysis of the
development of ‘best practice’ legal gender recognition policies. 2014 Sibéal
Feminist and Gender Studies Conference
, Trinity College Dublin, 22 November.

Selected press articles

Field, L. (2020, 18 February). Does banning election posters affect voter turnout? RTÉ Brainstorm.

Field, L. (2018, 4 January). A user’s guide to the Citizens’ Assembly. RTÉ Brainstorm.

Field, L. (2018, 26 November). The psychology behind the art of political persuasion. RTÉ Brainstorm.

Selected broadcast appearances

Delaney, N. (Host) & Carr-Flynn, M. (Producer). (2020, 21 February). North West Today [Radio programme]. Sligo, Ireland: Ocean FM. [Discussing my RTÉ Brainstorm article on election posters and voter turnout.]

Wilson, M. (Host) & Dalton, C. (Producer). (2020, 20 February). Drivetime [Radio programme]. Dublin, Ireland: RTÉ Radio One. [My contribution begins at approx. 02:20:55.]

Coogan, P.J. (Host) & Barry, F. (Producer). (2020, 14 January). The Opinion
Line
[Radio programme]. Cork, Ireland: 96FM. [My contribution begins at approx. 01:49:05.]

Selected blog posts

Field, L. (2017). Reasonable emotions and emotional reasoning: The marriage
referendum
. #LoveIrishResearch Blog (Irish Research Council).

Field, L. (2017). Should Mr Kenny Go to Washington? Irish Politics Forum.

Field, L. (2017). PSAI 2017: ‘Reliability in political science data: a cautionary tale’. Irish Politics Forum.

Field, L. (2016). ‘Schuld I Stay or Schuld I Go?’ Germany, Greece, and the
Politics of Debt and Blame.
Dublin European Institute.

Field, L. (2016). 32 Minutes: Did broadcast news do its duty in the 2016 US Presidential Election? Irish Politics Forum.

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