Current PhD Students 

 

Former PhD Students

  • Tracey Forbes, Rurally Situated Women in the Field of Home-Based Business: A Bourdieusian Analysis of Contemporary Working Practice in the UK (2020)
  • Sheila Lawrence, Socio-economic and Demographic change in rural Aberdeenshire: As experienced by the elderly residents in two small towns (2019)
  • Nick Adams, A case for multiple dominant cultures of masculinity : exploring the link between oilmen's masculinities, and safety and risk-taking practices on a remote North Sea oilfield drilling platform (2019)
  • Paul Fleetwood, Building Brands in Binary: The Role of Technology in the Production and Dissemination of Contemporary Advertising, (2019)
  • Senna Middelveld, Sheep Scab in Scotland: An Exploration of Multiple Disease Situations, (2019)
  • Emanuela Buscemi, Reforming Narratives: Kuwaiti Women’s Cultural Engagement and Political Subjectivity in the Post-Arab Spring, (2018)
  • Laurie Lee Robertson, Enacting Change with Renewable Energy: A Situational Analysis of Udny's Community Turbine and Trust: Towards an Ecological Sociology (2018)
  • Dave McBey, The Alpha Course: A case study in belief and belonging (2017)
  • Danilo Giglitto, Using Wikis for Intangible Cultural Heritage in Scotland: Suitability and Empowerment, (2017)
  • Jeremy Watt, Ageing and the Continuity of Masculine Identity in a Scottish Men's Shed: An Ethnographic Enquiry, (2017)
  • Tanita Maxwell, More than just money?: A Sociological Analysis of the Relationships between Feminist Organisations and Violence Against Women and Girls State Funders in Scotland, (2016)
  • Peter Moore, Photography and rephotography: repetition and places in time (2016)  
  • Francesca Weber-Newth, The Game of Urban Regeneration: Culture and Community in London 2012 and Berlin's Mediaspree (2015)
  • Marek Szilvasi, Roma and the contradictions of European inclusion policies citizens associated with European societies (2015)
  • Thania Acarón Ríos, The practitioner's body of knowledge: dance/movement in training programmes that address violence, conflict and peace (2015)
  • Rachel Anderson, No place like home?: Examining family involvement in the reintegration of male former child soldiers in Sierra Leone (2014)
  • Aimee Smith, An exploration of the creation and maintenance of Catholic identity in young people in post-conflict Northern Ireland (2014)
  • Sandra Milena Rios Oyola, Religion and the social construction of memory amidst violence the case of the massacre of Bojayá (Colombia) (2014)
  • Anna-Mari Almila, Hijab as dress: Muslim women's clothing strategies in contemporary Finland (2014)
  • Clare Magill, Teaching the conflict, teaching the transition: history education and historical memory in contemporary Spain (2013)
  • David Magee, The deconstruction of violent masculinities amongst Ulster loyalists (2013)
  • Ivan Kozachenko, Eastern Slavic diasporas in the UK: the making of communities (2013)
  • Heather Morgan, In what ways do gender stereotypes inform the thoughts and actions of CCTV control room operators? (2013)
  • Nail Farkhatdinov, From decoding to enacting an ethnographic study of the social relations at exhibition sites: a contribution to the "new sociology of art" (2013)
  • Fiona MacKenzie, A sociological exploration of the field of chronic back pain accounting for back pain via processes of boundary-work (2013)
  • Abdallah Baguma, Women parliamentarians in Rwanda Women representatives or representing women? : a study of the Chamber of Deputies, the Lower House of the Rwandan Parliament (2012)
  • Kathryn Vincent, Generational Differences in Gendered Migration Patterns: Belarus, Moldova and Ukraine (2012)
  • Magdalena Gilewicz, The construction of Muslim community and British Muslim identity in two British Muslim newspapers (2012)