Staff

Research staff and students in the Department

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Research Staff

Research Students

  • Mr Kofi Odei Addo - The Implications of the Different Experiences of Police Corruption on Public Confidence and Legitimacy in the Ghana Police Service: An Exploratory Study
  • Mr Vasiliy Anikin - Occupational Propensity of Training: Russia in the Comparative Perspective
  • Ms Parvaneh Astinfashen - The impact of immigration on marital relationships among Iranian immigrants
  • Ms Daniela Boraschi - The history of evidence in cervical cancer prevention: a critical analysis of the shift towards the HPV paradigm
  • Miss Chi Wai Chan - The mental health of economically inactive and socially isolated middle-aged men in Tin Shui Wai, Hong Kong
  • Mr Kerwei Chien - On Not Learning Chinese: the Fragmentation of Chineseness in the Philippines Chinese Schools
  • Mr Jonathan Clark
  • Miss Maria Colinas Suarez - Tackling intergenerational poverty and inequality: experiences of indigenous women and men in Chiapas, Mexico
  • Mr Jake Coomber-Moore - An exploration of evolving forms of access to performance and image enhancing drugs (PIED) and body image, on Gold Coast, Australia, with particular emphasis on how users reconcile their drift into criminality
  • Mr Thomas Davies - A Taxonomy of Chaos? Gangs, Street Violence & the Illegal Economy in London
  • Miss Sarah Day - Understanding Victim Retraction and Repeat Victimisation in Specialist Domestic Violence Courts
  • Ms Fatma Dogan Akkaya - The Culture of Diaspora and (Un)Changing Identities: Turkish-Sunni Ethnicity and Their Negotiation With Media in London
  • Mr Paul Driscoll - MSM Sexual Citizenship and the Internet (p/t)
  • Mr Vince Eade - Leisure Sport Activities: Exploring Gender Differences in Risk-Taking
  • Miss Jessika Eichler
  • Miss Alessandra El Hariri - Perceiving Italy’: an exploration of asylum-seekers’ strategies. The case of Eritrean asylum-seekers in Rome
  • Ms Maureen Haaker - Conceiving Subjectivity: An exploration of subjectivity during pregnancy (p/t)
  • Mr John Hadlow - Negotiating Fatherhood: The social construction of the meaning and practice of fatherhood for men who are informal donors to lesbian mothers. (p/t)
  • Ms Nawel Hamidi - Hogra: Imazighen Elder Women’s Experience of Humiliation (p/t)
  • Mr Allan Hildon - An existential biography of Sister Elizabeth Kenny
  • Ms Angela Jenner - Improving Police Responses to Domestic Violence
  • Ms Gulcimen Karakeci - Domestic Violence against Women in Turkey
  • Mr Ali Esref KELES - Representation of Kurds in the Mainstream Turkish Media
  • Mr Ramazan Kilinc - Intermarriage Between Turks and Kurds in Turkey
  • Ms Thitirat Kittiwiwat - Intensive Farming and the Changing of Ecosystem: A Case Study of Corn Field in Thailand
  • Ms Tania Konvalina-Simas - Clinical and Judicial Attitudes Towards Psychopathy in the Portuguese Criminal Justice System: an exploratory study in the appropriate and effective use of the diagnosis of psychopathy in a forensic setting and its legal and ethical implications.
  • Mr David Michael Larkins - Who Am I? From The Perspective Of Someone With Dementia, Using Fairbairn’s Object Relational Theory As My Conceptual Framework.
  • Mr Ying Wa Lee - Hong Kong’s Pilot School Drug Testing Scheme
  • Miss Pei-Ling Lin - Public perceptions and media representations of nanotechnology in Taiwan
  • Mr Sergio Lo Iacono - Investigating the determinants of generalized trust
  • Ms Gemma Mackman - Liminal Worlds and Festival Culture: The conventions that unite carnivalesque and transient communities at Music Festivals (p/t)
  • Mr Daniel Marciniak - Predictive policing: a change in the generation of suspicion?
  • Mr William McClanahan - Capturing Appalachia: Visualizing Coal, Culture, and Ecology in Extractive America
  • Ms Elizabeth - Ann Newman Earl - Patch Life; Army Wives Behind the Wire
  • Ms Eleana Nikiforidou - Counter-kidnapping high security knowledge production and management
  • Ms Stefanie Nitsche - Legal consciousness of undocumented migrant women in the UK
  • Ms Lauren O'Connell - Shaping anorexia: An exploration of clinical diagnosis and treatment and their influence on the experience of anorexia nervosa (p/t)
  • Maria Katia Orteca - An investigation of social capital in Britain using small area estimation analysis
  • Mr Nicolas A Ortiz Ruiz - Becoming activist: Subjectivations and the Post-dictatorship Chilean Student Movement
  • Mrs Melanie Pearson
  • Ms Tong Pei - The experiences of young people (smokers and non-smokers): motivation and attitudes towards tobacco control policy in China
  • Ms Tilotama Pradhan - The journey of the Indian migrant student and the maintenance of their home culture during their stay in the UK
  • Mr Seb Randall - The impact of instrumentalism on the praxis of British counselling and psychotherapy
  • Ms Alice Rizzuti - Organised Crime In The Food Chain Across Europe: Examples From Italy And Uk
  • Ms Suzanne Robinson
  • Ms Kenisha RUSSELL JONSSON - Quantifying the effects of the neighbourhood environment on health
  • Ms Ayse Sargin - Grassroots Ecological Resistance Against Hydropower Dams: (Contested) Identities, Livelihoods and the State in Turkey
  • Ms Emma Saunders - The cultivation of Society: Flowers Interaction and Emotion
  • Ms Kristen Schaubhut - How Has Digital Communication Technology (DCT) Shaped Communication in Romantic Relationships
  • Mr Junpeng Shi - Experience of Parents of Gay and Lesbian in mainland China
  • Ms Selin Sivis - Outsiders vs. Insiders? A Cross-regional Empirical Research: Syrian Refugees in Turkey
  • Mr Terry Smyth - Roots of Remembrance: tracing the memory practices of the children of Far East prisoners of war (confirmed title)
  • Ms Amy Stevens - Challenging online state surveillance: An investigation of privacy advocacy in the UK
  • Miss Irina Straton - Hyper-real religions and mass media
  • Miss Yamei Sun
  • Ms Ekaterina Tarnovskaya
  • Miss Kelly-Marie Taylor - The Loss of Innocence? Digital Technologies and Youth Culture
  • Ms Anna Thylin - Construction of gender in the process of reintegration of ex-combatants in Colombia
  • Mr Eduardo Vicente Gonçalves
  • Mr Yi Fan Wang - A study of the social causes of over-medication in China
  • Miss Leah Wheeler - Pulling Together: Community and Cohesion in the Cowlitz Tribe
  • Ms Qian Xia - Chinese Postgraduate Students’ Intentions and Expectations to Study Abroad
  • Mr Zhang Xiaoyang - Trust in water: the institutional Analysis of China’s Urban Drinking Water Provision
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