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Undergraduate and Postgraduate Studies in Criminology and Social Work
Bowland North, Lancaster University,
LA1 4YN, UK
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PhD & Mphil by research, (full-time or part-time)
The Department of Applied Social Science has a very strong record in applied social research in social work, social policy, health and welfare, criminology, disability studies and applied sociology. Considerable emphasis is placed on linking theory, research, professional practice and service development in the Department's research and teaching activities. The Department was rated 5 in the 1996 and 2001 Research Assessment Exercises.
For more information about research degrees, please see our information for prospective students
Current Postgraduate Students
Vicky Albums PhD
Title: The Partial World of Coerced Treatment: Drug Users' Perspectives on the Drug Interventions Programme
Kellie Thompson PhD
Title: The Rhetoric and Realities of 'everyday' information practices in child welfare: detail & direction.
Glenis Donaldson MPhil
Title: What can Physiotherapists Learn from Disabled People's Experiences of Rehabilitation Using a Social Model Perspective
Barbara Glover PhD
Title: Prison Staff and Disabled Prisoners: Potential Conflict in Role and Identity
Phil Johnson PhD
Title: Pragmatic Idealism: The Unpaid Work Element of a Community Order.
Julia Palmer MPhil
Title: The Transition to University: The Internet Experiences
of Prospective & New Students
Title: Negotiating disability in everyday life: the theory of psycho-emotional disablism
Title: Constructions of 'truancy' in the British education service.
Title: Exploring the effectiveness of Multi-Agency public protection panels.
Title: Support to older people living in their own homes: a study of befriending.
Title: European Criminal justice: Judicial Harmonisation Process in Italy and England and Wales.
Title: The evaluation of people with learning disability.
Title: Breaking the barriers of inactivity: cycling for people with learning difficulties.
Title: X-rays and blind spots: critical social science for health work, organisation and new technology.
Title: The mountain behind the clouds: an ethnography of the professionalisation and integration of alternative medicine in the UK.
Title: Shame and pride behind face: Japanese returnees' negotiation of multiple identities.
Title: Hidden injuries, happy lives?: the influence of lesbian identity and social class on wellbeing.
Title: Trust in medicine: the dynamic nature of trust.
Title: The evolving role of the paediatric nurse practitioner and the potential, legitimacy and redundancy of the panoramic gaze: an interpretative enquiry.
Title: The relationship between care and criminal careers.
Title: Criminal resistance: an analysis of the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994 and its effects on social movement networks in Britain.
Title: The comparative efficacy of counselling and complementary therapy in cancer care: a pragmatic enquiry.
Muhammad Tanweer Abdullah
Title: An analysis of the challenging environment of inter-agency collaboration for primary health care in Pakistan.
Title: Listening but not hearing: barriers to effective communication between young people in care and social workers.
Title: Risk Perceptions Associated with Mental Illness and the Risk Management Strategies of Service Users and their Carers.
Title: Women Without Children: Their Family and Friendship Networks.
Title: Being Visible: Representations of Self and Identity within Personal Experience Narratives of Childhood Sexual Abuse.
Title: "It's Catch-22 All the Time: Mothers' Experiences of Caring on Low Income In the 1990s.
Title: Constructing meanings and identities in practice: child protection in western Australia.
Title: In-Work Benefits: Social Security, Social Regulation and Capital Accumulation, 1988-1997.
Title: Familiar fears: the Assessment of Lesbian and Gay Fostering and Adoption Applicants.
Title: Reintegrative Shaming in theory and practice: thinking about feeling in criminology.
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