I am a visiting student from Princeton University, where I am currently completing a PhD in Public Policy. I previously studied for an MSc in African Studies from St Antony’s College, Oxford University, and a BA in Psychology with Philosophy from Wadham College, Oxford.
My research examines public opinion in response to different forms of international pressure on social issues in China, using public opinion surveys, novel online experimental surveys and public interview data. It focusses on how public receptiveness or defensiveness depends on the source and timing of international pressure, and more broadly how international dynamics determine attitudes towards domestic social issues.
Political Psychology, Chinese Domestic Politics; International Security, and their interaction.