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Development Studies PhD Projects in Birmingham

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  Fractured cities, arts and everyday life in a post-conflict context
  Dr I Kutznetsova
Application Deadline: 30 December 2018
Applicants are invited to work on revealing the role of visual and/or performing arts in cities and after violent conflict through the prism of the resistance and tactics of subjugated groups and the strategies of those with power.
  Values and political orientations of India’s middle class [ political psychology international politics / development ]
  Dr T Capelos
Applications accepted all year round
With Dr. Ipshita Basu at Westminster University we are investigating the role of values and emotions as determinants of the political orientations of India’s middle class.
  Livelihood transition, youth and migration: breaking or reproducing environmental stress in agro-ecological systems
  Dr F Sugden
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Summary. Upland areas have long been important regions of out-migration, given the fragile ecological resource base, population pressure and peripheral status within larger national economies.
  Psychosocial factors influencing use of performance enhancing drugs in sport and exercise
  Dr I D Boardley
Applications accepted all year round
This project can be offered either on a full-time or a part-time basis. Please email the prospective supervisor for more details.
  Self-Regulation, Dysregulation, and Misregulation in Youth Sport: to use a mixture of quanitative and qualitative methods to examine self-regulation and self-regulation difficulties in youth sport.
  Dr J Cumming
Applications accepted all year round
Self-regulation is fundamental to successful learning and performance and having having well-developed skills to manage thoughts, feelings, and behaviours enables young athletes to realise their potential in sport as well as other life domains.
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