Anthony holds a University of London PhD; masters in research methods from the University of Surrey; and a first class undergraduate in communications. His research was ESRC funded, 2008-11.

Anthony's publications include:

  • 'Tories and Television, 1951-64: Broadcasting an Elite' (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)
  • 'Cameron's Conservatives and the Internet: Change, Culture and Cyber Toryism' (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)
  • 'Digital Political Marketing' in Lilleker and Pack, Political Marketing and the 2015 UK General Election (Palgrave Macmillan, co-authored, 2016)
  • EU Referendum Analysis 2016 (report, contributor, 2016)
  • UK General Election Analysis 2015 (report, contributor, 2015)



PhD (Lond.) MSc (Surrey) BSc (First Class) Pg Dip FHEA


PhD, University of London
Associate Member of Hertford College, University of Oxford
AQM research methods, Essex Social Science Summer School
Archival research methods, Institute of Historical Research
Thesis: The Conservative Party and New Media

MSc Social Research Methods, University of Surrey
Thesis: News representations of Britain’s decision to go to war with Iraq

BSc (Hons) science communications (first class), universities of Plymouth and North Carolina

Teacher training (Fellowship of HEA), universities of London, Glasgow and Roehampton


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