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Politics & Government PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Investigating the impact of police communications and initiatives on public perceptions of progress in enhancing Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: A case study of Police Scotland

PhD Studentship. R-LINCS2 funded. The Studentship is available for an October 2022, February or June 2023 start. A PhD studentship that comprises tax-free stipend of £16,062 (increasing in line with UKRI per annum) per year over 3.5 years, tuition fees paid, and a generous study package (e.g. Read more

Integrating grassroots voices into development debates in the Global South: a Vietnamese case investigation into news coverage of development issues and policies

Bournemouth University – in collaboration with the Institute for Research on Development Communication (RED) in Hanoi, Vietnam – is seeking an excellent candidate to conduct an exciting PhD research project in the area of development communication. Read more

PhDs in Law and Criminology

We invite applications for research study in any of our research clusters.              Applied Human Rights. Read more

Against the Odds: The Gambling Experiences of Young Men in the UK

It has been widely reported that young men are at high risk of becoming ‘problem gamblers’, they are targeted by sports betting companies, and that gambling has become a normalised component of the sporting landscape. Read more

A Qualitative Study of ‘Gambling Harms’ in the UK

The UK has one of the biggest gambling markets in the world, leading to increasing concerns relating to harms not only to individual ‘problem gamblers’, but to their families, friends, and wider society. Read more
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Fully funded Healthy Lifespan Institute EPSRC studentship: Identifying avoidable hospital attendances in older people via explainable machine learning

This 3.5 year studentship is part of the Healthy Lifespan Institute (HELSI) at The University of Sheffield. HELSI is dedicated to the understanding and prevention of multimorbidity (the presence of two or more chronic health conditions that create disability and reduce quality of life). Read more

PhD Studentship in Irish Studies

The Institute of Irish Studies at the University of Liverpool is pleased to invite applications for a PhD studentship in the areas of Literature, History and Politics. Read more

PhD Studentship in Irish Studies and Politics

The Institute of Irish Studies, in conjunction with the Department of Politics at the University of Liverpool, is pleased to invite applications for a PhD studentship beginning in September 2022. Read more

Mapping the global impact of litter

Applications are invited for a self-funded, 3-year full-time or 6-year part time PhD project. The PhD will be based in the Faculty of Technology, School of Civil Engineering and Surveying, and will be supervised by. Read more
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The forgotten forests: understanding the future of wet woodlands as carbon-dense ecosystems

Project summary. Globally, peatlands are one of the most important terrestrial carbon stores, and one of the least understood types of peatland are wet woodlands, which form in temperate and boreal river valleys, including in the UK. Read more

The Implementation and impact of a Social Food Bus in County Durham (Ref: RDFC22/HLS/SWECW/DEFEYTER )

The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) defines food security as “when all people, at all times, have physical, social and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food which meets their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life” (FAO, 2003. Read more

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