The University of Suffolk are pleased to offer this project as a fee waiver scholarship. The cost of your PhD fees will be covered by the University, however living costs will need to be considered and accounted for by the candidate. UK/EU only.
First degree: Sociology, Social Policy, Childhood Studies. 2.1 in first degree, and/or MA.
i) Richards, S. & Clark, J. (2018) ‘(Dis)ordered Spaces? Managing the Competing Rights of Children in the Gendered Space of the School Toilet’. Open Access Journal of Reproductive System and Sexual Disorders
ii) Clark, J. Passive, Heterosexual and Female: Constructing Appropriate Childhoods in the Sexualisation of Childhood Debate Sociological Research Online 18(2):3
iii) Richards, S., Clark, J., and Boggis, A., (2015) ‘Ethical Research with Children: Untold Narratives and Taboos’ Palgrave
iv) Clark, J. and Richards, S. (2017) The cherished conceits of research with children? Does seeking the voice of the agentic child in participatory methods deliver what it promises? Sociological Studies of Childhood and Youth, Vol. 22, Emerald Publishing (in association with the ASA)
v) Richards, S. and Clark, J. (2018) ‘Research with Disabled Children’ in Boggis, A. (ed) Disabled Childhoods London: Palgrave Macmillan