Department of Political Science
Program: PhDSupervisor: Elisabeth Gidengil
Joshua is broadly interested in political behaviour, public opinion, and political psychology. His current research focuses on examining when voters decide who to vote for, and how the timing of that decision may be influenced by election campaigns, the media, and prior political beliefs.
Recipient of a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Joseph-Armand Bombardier Master's Scholarship (2011-2012).
Research InterestsLegislative behaviour
Public opinion and political preferences
Satisfaction with Democracy