The School of Social Sciences and Professions demonstrates the relevance of social science as a tool for effecting societal change and focuses on employability and developing graduates for the world of work.
Encompassing the disciplines of criminology, policing, sociology, psychology, politics and international relations, as well as offering practice-based courses in education, early childhood, community development, health, social work and youth work, the School contributes to public debate on important issues.
- Barriers to breast cancer screening amongst South Asian groups in London. (Supervisory team: Prof. Yolanda Eraso and Dr Natasha Choudhary)
- Child sexual abuse experiences of Asian, African, Caribbean heritage children and young people. (Supervisory team: Dr Sukhwant Dhaliwal and Prof. Liz Kelly)
- Russian nationalism, affective citizenship and the war in Ukraine. (Supervisory team: Prof. Svetlana Stephenson, Dr Gordana Uzelac and Dr Craig Lundy)
- Understanding the impact that CAMHS and EHCP delays on young people’s risk of exposure to violence and their and their family’s wellbeing. (Dr James Alexander and Dr Angie Cucchi)
- The Reimagining of Democracy and Nationhood in Postcolonial Hong Kong Activism Through Art
Please note, candidates may only apply for one project.