Social Processes, Relations and Policy

The Social Processes, Relations and Policy grouping comprises six disciplinary pathways: Education, Gender and Sexuality, Psychosocial Studies, Science and Technology Studies, Social Policy, and Sociology.

Use the links below to view profiles of our current students:

Education
Charles Beach
Lives on the Petroleum Frontier: Sovereign Power and the informal petrol economy in the Colombian border-city of Cúcuta
Dr Lucia Michelutti
Raffaella Fryer-Moreira
Guarani-Kaiowá: forging indigenous identities in Mato Grosso do Sul
Dr Allen Abramson
Gemma Gronland
We are not asking you to spy, but look out for troubling behaviour’; White Teacher Responses to Prevent
Dr Farid Panjwani
Karen Lillie
Citizens of the world as Citizens of Nowhere? Students’ Narratives of National Belonging in an Economically Elite Transnational Educational Space
Dr Claire Maxwell
Arran Magee
Critical Peace Education in the Context of Forced Migration: A Case Study of Syrian Refugee Youth in Jordan
Prof Elaine Unterhalter
Matthew Van Poortvliet
The role of social and emotional skills in narrowing the gap: To what extent can interventions targeting social and emotional skills improve education
Prof Alissa Goodman
Gender and Sexuality
Alice Finden
An interrogation in the gender effects of the racialisation of counter extremism policy in the UK and Egypt
Dr Gina Heathcote
Diego Garcia Rodriguez
Queering Islam: LGBT emancipation through Muslim faith in Indonesia
Dr Richard Mole
Psychosocial Studies
Sidin Vadukut
Medieval obligations: Modelling the role of charity in the Abbasid economy
Dr Rebecca Darley
Sociology
Danilo Di Emedio
Academic achievement in UK Education policy and young people’s mental health: a school-based ethnography in London
Dr Georges Reniers