Entry 36

The vote by the UK people to leave the EU was a momentous decision, one that  will affect the politics, economics and culture of their country for decades to come. Since June 23, we hear, see and read that the result has affected personal relations with family, friends and colleagues.

We seek to track the communications aspects of these changes by hearing from, and engaging with, interested scholars and policy makers.

How are you feeling and analysing the consequences of Brexit? Do you feel changes in personal relations? Are you beginning to see new narratives appear in your country and workplaces? Will your work relations be affected? What are your public media and professional networks saying? We would like to hear.

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