Sarah Ledoux

Sarah Ledoux


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Sarah Ledoux is a 2nd year doctoral researcher in the department of Politics. Her thesis focuses on the role of social media in citizen engagement and congressional representatives’ policy responsiveness in Mexico and Brazil. More specifically, she is seeking to identify the characteristics that enable online interactions to influence policymaking. Her work is supervised by Dr. Marta Cantijoch Cunill and Dr. Rosalind Shorrocks.

She is a member of the Democracy and Elections cluster and Comparative Politics cluster in the department, and is currently a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the Politics and International Relations bachelor's degree. She is also a Research Assistant at the University of Bath, working with Dr. Juan Ferrero on the notion of democratic legitimacy at subnational levels of government in Argentina.  Her broader research interests include online political behaviour, e-governance and AI in public policy.


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