Professor Mick Temple

Professor of Journalism & Politics


Professor Mick Temple is Professor of Journalism & Politics at Staffordshire University. He has published extensively on many areas of British politics, the media and political theory in academic journals, newspapers and magazines. His PhD (Plymouth University, 1992) was an examination of political coalition theory. His books include ‘The British Press’ (OUP, 2008), a biography of Tony Blair, ‘Blair’ (Haus, 2006) and ‘How Britain Works: From Ideology to Output Politics’ (Macmillan, 2000). He also broadcasts regularly on current affairs for radio and television, and was an analyst for BBC television at the 2010 general election. He is the co-editor of Journalism Education, the peer-reviewed academic journal of the Association for Journalism Education, which represents the interests of university Journalism departments.

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