Professor Andrew Chadwick

Andrew Chadwick (BSocSc Birmingham, MSc London School of Economics, PhD LSE) is Professor of Political Communication in the Centre for Research in Communication and Culture and the Department of Social Sciences at Loughborough University.

Andrew Chadwick (BSocSc Birmingham, MSc London School of Economics, PhD London School of Economics) is Professor of Political Communication in the Centre for Research in Communication and Culture and the Department of Social Sciences at Loughborough University.

Andrew’s books include The Hybrid Media System: Politics and Power (Oxford University Press, 2013, 272pp; Second Edition, 2017, 346pp), which won the 2016 International Journal of Press/Politics Book Award for an outstanding book on media and politics published in the previous ten years and the American Political Science Association Information Technology and Politics Section Best Book Award, 2014; The Handbook of Internet Politics, co-edited with Philip N. Howard (Routledge 2009, 528pp), and Internet Politics: States, Citizens, and New Communication Technologies (Oxford University Press, 2006, 400pp), which won the American Sociological Association Best Book Award (Communication and Information Technologies Section) and is among the most widely-cited books in its field.

Andrew founded the Oxford University Press book series Oxford Studies in Digital Politics and was a founding Associate Editor of the Journal of Information Technology and Politics and continues as a Senior Editorial Board member for the journal, which is published by Routledge. He also serves on the editorial board of the International Journal of Press/Politics (Sage) and Social Media and Society (Sage).

Andrew recently co-edited (with Jennifer Stromer-Galley, Syracuse University) a special issue of the International Journal of Press/Politics on Digital Media, Power, and Democracy in Parties and Election Campaigns.

For more information about Andrew visit his personal webpage. You can also follow him on Twitter.

Positions held at the OII

  • Visiting Fellow, October 2003 – April 2004

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