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Sociology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Stoke on Trent

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  Assessing the impact of the VOICES Care Act Toolkit on needs assessments for people experiencing Multiple Exclusion Homelessness
  Dr L Pritchard
Application Deadline: 16 April 2019
This full time, 1+3 One year Research Training (MRes) and PhD studentship, starting in September 2019, is fully funded by the ESRC CASE studentship scheme (ESRC NWSSDTP), together with Keele University, and VOICES of Stoke.
  Beaten up, banged up beaten down; Trauma, violence, domestic abuse and coping in the lives of incarcerated women
  Prof J Treadwell
Applications accepted all year round
The proposers have been involved in extensive research into the genesis and factors underpinning prison and community violence. In 2018, the government is expected to launch a new domestic abuse bill and a strategy for tackling domestic abuse.
  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'.
  The Gendered experiences of Violence and Resistance in activist and anti-Neoliberal capitalist protest movements
  Prof J Treadwell
Applications accepted all year round
In February 2016, the Guardian newspaper ran a story with the headline ‘Police 'used sexualised violence against fracking protesters’, reporting that campaigners at Barton Moss in Salford against fracking had claimed to researchers they were groped and threatened by Greater Manchester officers.
  Understanding Victim Reporting Trends in Sexual Offences
  Dr L Walton-Williams
Applications accepted all year round
Whilst statistics estimating the percentage of sexual offence cases not reported to the police are widely used in literature, there is currently little understanding of the accurate picture in relation to these types of offences.
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