Part-time Teacher and Postgraduate Research Student, Faculty of Social Sciences
I have a BA in Sociology (First Class) and an MA in Research Methods in Sociology (Distinction) from the University of Nottingham. I am now studying for a PhD in Sociology, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (1+3 studentship).
I am currently a seminar leader for the first year undergraduate module: L31624 Culture, Identities and Deviance.
My PhD is a multimethod ethnographic study of Shirebrook in Derbyshire; a deindustrialised colliery village which has subsequently become the home for the headquarters and warehouse of Sports Direct.… read more
My PhD is a multimethod ethnographic study of Shirebrook in Derbyshire; a deindustrialised colliery village which has subsequently become the home for the headquarters and warehouse of Sports Direct. The study broadly focuses on migrant and non-migrant experiences of work and community life with the aim of providing an account of social change there. This is done with a class analysis that incorporates both economic and cultural aspects, and analyses both historical (archival and biographical) and contemporary (observational, biographical and visual) data.
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