Dr Judy Murray
- Email: email@example.com
- Telephone: +44 (0) 191-208-5521
- Address: School of Geography, Politics and Sociology
40-42 Great North Road
PhD: Newcastle University
BA (Hons) Politics and Scottish History (1st Class): University of Stirling
Accredited Election Observer, UK Electoral Commission
Associate Practitioner, Higher Education Academy
Associate, Chartered Institute of Educational Assessors
Dr Murray specialises in research concerning elections, election administration, public policy effectiveness and voter behaviour. She focuses particularly on the transnational political behaviour of diasporas, and applications of new technology in election administration and political participation. Her research utilises both qualitative and quantitative approaches with an emphasis on survey construction, administration and quantitative data analysis.
Dr Murray currently assists on the Election Integrity Project lead by Dr Alistair Clark from Newcastle University and Dr Toby James from the University of East Anglia: Election Integrity on the Frontline: Poll Workers and the Electoral Process in Britain
POL1000 Introduction to Politics and History (Module Leader)
POL1131 Studying Political Economy (Module Leader)
POL2093 Politics, Participation and Citizenship in the Digital Age (Module Leader)
POL3046 Dissertation in Politics
POL3103 Community Based Research in Politics
- Ali ST, Murray J. An Overview of End-to-End Verifiable Voting Systems. In: Feng Hao and Peter Y.A. Ryan, ed. Real-World Electronic Voting: Design, Analysis and Deployment. CRC Press, 2016. In Press.
- Murray J, Kiniry J, Zimmerman D, Dzieduszycka-Suinat S. The Future of Voting :End-to-End Verifiable Internet Voting Specification and Feasibility. U.S. Vote Foundation, 2016.
- Murray J. Using Internet Based Surveys for Hard to Reach Populations. Sage, 2014. Available at: http://srmo.sagepub.com/view/contrib/MCS0075?rskey=A7LlT0&row=1.
- Murray J, Smith C. Voting from Home: Voter Satisfaction and Absentee Voting in the 2012 Presidential Election. In: American Political Science Association Annual Meeting. 2013, Chicago, IL.