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  PhD opportunities - Vice Chancellor's Studentships
ARU is home to a dynamic postgraduate research community that benefits from high-quality facilities, a comprehensive Researcher Development Programme, and support from experienced, research-active supervisors.
  Participants’ perceptions of Restorative justice in Scotland - Project ID SAS0034
  Dr G Maglione, Dr J Buchan
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Restorative justice (RJ) is usually described as a process of facilitated dialogue between a person who has been harmed (‘victim’) and a person who has harmed (‘offender’), and possibly their support networks (‘communities’), aiming to enable material and psychological repair of harms caused by crime/conflict.
  Crime, Justice and Society
Criminological research is led by Professor Colin Webster and is conducted within the School of Social Sciences, mainly by staff working in the Crime, Justice and Society research group located within the Centre for Applied Social Research (CeASR).
  Research opportunities in the School of Health and Community
The School hosts a wide-range of doctoral and research students - including full-time students and part-time students, who are often studying alongside their professional role.
  Engaging young offenders in the arts (REF: SF18/LAW/ARTHUR)
  Prof R Arthur, Dr N Wake
Applications accepted all year round
Recent research on the arts in the (adult) criminal justice system suggest arts projects can and do have a positive impact on offenders – on their emotional and psychological well-being, on their anger and aggression, on their engagement with further education and training (Wilson et al., 2009) and on reducing the risk of reoffending.
  Young People and Criminal Appeals - Addressing the Under-Representation of Young Offenders among Appellants at the Court of Appeal (REF: SF18/LAW/MCCARTNEY1)
  Dr C McCartney, Prof R Arthur
Applications accepted all year round
This project will address the under-representation of young offenders among appellants at the Court of Appeal (Criminal) and CCRC applicants, examining the Court of Appeal processes and CCRC operations and young offender’s motivations.
  Helping women ‘through the gate’ in England: the continuities and change in third sector provision for women released from prison
  Dr J Turner
Applications accepted all year round
As part of the Government’s Transforming Rehabilitation agenda, the 2014 Offender Rehabilitation Act provides enhanced support for people leaving prison, helping them 'through the gate'.
  Acquire extensive and specialised research skills with a research degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology
 The Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law has a thriving community of around 30 doctoral students and provides a supportive and friendly environment in which to pursue a research degree in Criminal Justice and Criminology.
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