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Bill Durodie

  • Professor
  • Chair of International Relations
  • University of Bath
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  • 220CitationsNumber of citations received by Bill's publications. Updated daily.

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Co-authors (3)

  • Peter Donaldson

Publications (5)

  • Theory informed by practice. Application informed by purpose. Why to understand and manage risk, cultural context is the key

    • Durodié B
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  • Public panic and morale: Second world war civilian responses re-examined in the light of the current anti-terrorist campaign

    • Jones E
    • Woolven R
    • Durodié B
    • et al.
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  • Civilian morale during the Second World War: Responses to air raids re-examined

    • Jones E
    • Woolven R
    • Durodié B
    • et al.
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  • Limitations of public dialogue in science and the rise of new ‘experts’

    • Bill Durodié
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  • Resilience or panic? The public and terrorist attack

    • Durodié B
    • Wessely S
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    32Citations
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Professional experience

Chair of International Relations

University of Bath

September 2014 - Present

Professor

Royal Roads University

June 2012 - September 2014(2 years)

Senior Fellow

Nanyang Technological University

September 2008 - May 2012(4 years)

Senior Lecturer

Defence Academy of the United Kingdom

March 2005 - August 2008(3 years)

Senior Research Fellow

King's College London

January 2002 - February 2005(3 years)

Education history

Political Sociology

Middlesex University

July 2006 - August 2007(a year)

Politics and International Relations

University of Oxford

April 2000 - March 2005(5 years)

European Social Policy

London School of Economics and Political Science

September 1995 - June 1997(2 years)

Education

Institute of Education

September 1987 - June 1988(9 months)

Physics

Imperial College London

September 1980 - June 1983(3 years)