About the Project
More specifically, is the emergence of new ways of being sexual having an impact on how people are making themselves. Areas such as ’swinger clubs’, BDSM, pornography, hooking-up, mobile dating, sex addiction, dogging, online sex-seeking, sexual risk-taking, sex education will be considered. The emergence of apparently newer genders and sexualities such as asexuality, pansexuality, non-binary genders or transgender identities are also providing an important aspect to the interplay between men and sex. This research project primarily uses qualitative research.
The project is looking for students who are interested in exploring men, masculinity and contemporary sexual culture.
There is no funding attached and none that can be applied for, so this project so this a self-funded PhD. Students with a scholarship are welcome to apply.
A supervisory team will be assigned to support the student throughout the duration of the PhD
Applicants should have, or expect to achieve, at least a 2:1 Honours degree (or equivalent) and a relevant Master’s degree and/or experience.
Prospective candidates in the first instance should contact Dr Chris Haywood to discuss the proposed project.
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