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Thornton, Stephen 2020. Access to information in a changed learning environment. [Online]. BISA/PSA. Available at:

Thornton, Stephen and Kirkup, Jonathan 2020. Boris Johnson is in intensive care, so who is in charge in the UK? The Conversation

Thornton, Stephen 2019. A longitudinal comparison of information literacy in students starting Politics degrees. Learning and Teaching 12 (2) , pp. 89-111. 10.3167/latiss.2019.120206
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Thornton, Stephen and Sharr, Adam 2017. John Betjeman, policy entrepreneur. Environmental Law and Management 29 (4) , pp. 158-168.

Kirkup, Jonathan and Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2017. 'Everyone needs a Willie': The elusive position of deputy to the British prime minister. British Politics 12 (4) , pp. 492-520. 10.1057/bp.2015.42

Thornton, Stephen L. 2017. "Even Big Ben has outlived its use": Cedric Price and the Pop-Up Parliament. [Online]. Crick Centre, Sheffield University. Available at:

Thornton, Stephen and Kirkup, Jonathan 2017. Why Theresa May should appoint a deputy prime minister. The Conversation

Thornton, Stephen and Kirkup, Jonathan 2017. Was Damian Green really the Deputy Prime Minister? [Online]. LSE. Available at:

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2016. Lessons from New Delhi. [Online]. Sheffield: Crick Centre, Sheffield University. Available at:

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2015. Promoting Information Literacy and information research. In: Ishiyama, John, Miller, William J. and Simon, Eszter eds. Handbook on Teaching and Learning in Political Science and International Relations, Edward Elgar, pp. 121-131.

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2015. Gothic glory and pop-up parliaments: could past visions help rescue the crumbling Palace of Westminster? The Conversation 2015 (29 Jun)

Sharr, Adam and Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2013. Demolishing Whitehall: Leslie Martin, Harold Wilson and the Architecture of White Heat. Ashgate Studies in Architecture, Farnham: Ashgate.

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2012. Trying to learn (politics) in a data-drenched society: can information literacy save us? European Political Science 11 (2) , pp. 213-223. 10.1057/eps.2011.20

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2012. Issues and controversies associated with the use of new technologies. In: Gormley-Heenan, Cathy and Lightfoot, Simon eds. Teaching Politics and International Relations, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 91-104.

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles and Sharr, Adam 2012. The white heat of conservation. Presented at: 12th International Docomomo Conference, Espoo, Finland, 7-10 August 2012.

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2011. We are stuck with technology when what we really want is just stuff that works. In: Curtis, Steven and Simon Rofe, J. eds. Does the medium matter? IT-assisted learning and teaching in international relations and politics, Why Social Science Matters, vol. 5. Birmingham, UK: Higher Education Academy Subject Network for Sociology, Anthropology, Politics (C-SAP), pp. 7-11.

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2010. From "Scuba Diving" to "Jet Skiing"? Information Behavior, Political Science, and the Google Generation. Journal of Political Science Education 6 (4) , pp. 353-368. 10.1080/15512169.2010.518111

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles and Haerkoenen, Sonja 2009. Attempting to bridge the barrier between academic study and research skills training: Early student responses to a fully integrated academic/skills-based method of assessment. Presented at: PSA Conference, Manchester University, UK, 8 April 2009.

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2009. Lessons from America: teaching politics with the Google generation. Enhancing Learning in the Social Sciences (ELiSS) 1 (3) , pp. 1-20.

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2009. Richard Crossman and the welfare state: pioneer of welfare provision and Labour politics in Post-War Britain. International Library of Political Studies, vol. 27. London: Tauris Academic Studies.

Haerkoenen, Sonja and Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2009. Embedding information literacy education across five departments – a Subject Librarian’s perspective. Presented at: Invited paper plus workshop (led with Nigel Morgan) for the Finnish Online University of Applied Sciences (UAS), Tampere, Finland, 15 April 2009.

Haerkoenen, Sonja and Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2009. Trial and error – student responses to different approaches of embedding information literacy education across five departments. Presented at: Librarians Information Literacy Annual Conference (LILAC) 2009, Cardiff, UK, 30 March - 1 April 2009.

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles, Palmer, Rosanne and Crowley, Mark 2008. Government formation in the National Assembly for Wales. In: Brazier, Alex and Kalitowski, Susanna eds. No overall control? The impact of a "hung parliament" on British politics?, London: Hansard Society, pp. 63-72.

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2007. Pedagogy, Politics and Information Literacy. Politics 28 (1) , pp. 50-56. 10.1111/j.1467-9256.2007.00310.x

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2006. A case of confusion and incoherence: Social security under Wilson, 1964-1970. Contemporary British History 20 (3) , pp. 441-459. 10.1080/13619460500407160

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2006. Towards public-private partnership: Labour and pensions policy. In: Dorey, P. ed. The Labour Governments 1964-1970, British Politics and Society, London: Routledge, pp. 292-308.

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2006. Information literacy and the teaching of politics. LATISS - Learning and Teaching in the Social Sciences 3 (1) , pp. 29-45.

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2005. Richard Crossman, the civil service and the case of the disappearing pension. Public Policy and Administration 20 (2) , pp. 67-80. 10.1177/095207670502000205

Thornton, Stephen Lascelles 2005. Pensions policy. In: Dorey, P. ed. Developments in British Public Policy, London: Sage, pp. 161-179.

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