Postgraduate research students

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  • Akhtar Smina (Sociology)
    Experiences of and Resistance to State Racism in Scotland
  • Allison Claire (Sociology)
    Bringing in the trash - viewing the ‘other’ in ‘lowbrow’ French bande dessinée.
  • Alonso Curbelo Ana (Politics(R))
    The Role of the News Media in Perpetuating Electoral Fraud Myths in the UK and US
  • Armstrong Luke (Politics(R))
    Autonomy in Political Liberalism: Does it rely on folk psychology?
  • Avsar Rasim Erdem (Sociology(KS))
    Queer Theatre as Political Intervention
  • Bakare Gani Olalekan (Urban Studies(R))
    Urban Informality and Marginality: Investigating the Lived Experience of the Urban Poor in Ajegunle and Makoko, Lagos, Nigeria.
  • Bankov Petar (Politics(R))
    The electoral performance of radical left parties: the role of party organization on sub-national level
  • Baruffati David (Urban Studies(R))
    Getting Under the Skin: An urban ethnography exploring the links between deprivation and health across two socioeconomically contrasting Glasgow communities
  • Biggar Blair (CEES)
    Understanding ‘lived citizenship’: A study of Roma in Scotland
  • Black Barry (Urban Studies(R))
    Chances or Choices? Influences on Young People's Learning Decisions
  • Blair Paula (History of Medicine(R))
    The Genetics of Prenatal Diagnosis and Its Social Impact, c1950-c1990: the case of Malcolm Ferguson-Smith
  • Bochorishvili Anna (Sociology)
    Relationship Experiences of Women with Disabilities in Georgia (Sociology, Inequalities - women with disabilities)
  • Brady Sam (Sociology)
    A socio-political and technical history of the Sports Wheelchair
  • Brown Joe (Sociology)
    What meaning does recovery have for heroin users in rural Scotland? An ethnographic study
  • Bujnoch Louis (Politics(R))
    Terminate with Extreme Prejudice - Understanding Necessity in War and Conflict
  • Burns Andrew (Urban Studies(R)(KS))
    Journeys Through Homelessness: An investigation into the lived experience of homelessness through the journeys people make
  • Cimová Kristina (CEES)
    Thesis rephrased to: Investigation of grand and petty corruption through the lens of Slovakia's healthcare sector
  • Cozmuta Adrian (Economic & Soc History(R))
    Airline privatisation in Europe and its impact upon labour, performance, and customers.
  • Cullingworth Jane (Urban Studies(R))
    Scotland's Third Sector Interfaces: A Voice for the People?
  • Earley Alice (Urban Studies(R))
    Tracing the Role of Asset-Owning/ Managing Community Enterprise Organisations within Processes of Regeneration and Gentrification
  • Edwards David (CEES)
    Can Estonia use the Experience of 20th Century Finland as a template for its Public Diplomacy? A Comparative Study of Public Diplomacy in Contemporary Estonia with post-independence Finland
  • English Kirstie (Sociology)
    Does quantitative data in the UK reflect diverse SOGIs
  • Fifield Shivali (Urban Studies(R))
    An urban politics of greenspace: exploring community empowerment for greenspace aspirations, justice and resiliences. A participatory action research project in Glasgow.
  • Gardner Paul (Politics(R))
    What political information do the Chinese propaganda authorities seek to control?
  • Gilmour Molly (Sociology(KS))
    How can we strengthen emergency healthcare for forced migrants situated on the edges of Europe?
  • Goldie Paul (Sociology)
    The Irish Catholic Question in Scotland
  • Gracher Hannah (Politics(R))
    Regulating Responsibility? Corporate Human Rights Obligations in Areas of Limited Statehood
  • Gruber Johannes (Politics(R))
    Troublemakers in the streets? A framing analysis of newspaper coverage of protests in the UK 1992-2016
  • Gyurko Fanni (CEES)
    Exploring the socio-legal aspects of low-level corruption: A study of informal economic transactions of long-term local residents and migrants in Scotland and Hungary
  • Hamilton Justin (History of Medicine(R))
    Assess how the medicalisation of the Ambulance Service in Britain has impacted on the training and development of staff since 1948.
  • Hardie Iain (Urban Studies(R))
    ‘The Impact of Universal Credit rollout on homelessness in Local Authorities in Scotland and England’
  • Harris Scarlet (Sociology)
    Islamophobia, racism and anti-racist resistance in two British cities
  • Hawkton Gavin (Economic & Soc History(R))
    Print, Propaganda and the Miners' Strike 1984-5
  • Ireland Robin (Sociology)
    Commercial determinants of health in sport
  • Jamieson Michelle (Urban Studies(R))
    Health barriers and educational enablers for the return to employment
  • Jokio Johanna (Urban Studies(R))
    Social Mix, Local Services and Social Capital in Scotland
  • Kennedy Sarah (Criminology)
    A common hope: a theological exploration of the role of hope in the desistance process.
  • Kordas Michael (Urban Studies(R))
    Whose vision, whose places, whose future? – Charrettes in the Scottish Planning System
  • Lowton Zubeida (Urban Studies(R))
    Analysing Socio-Spatial Transformation in Post-Apartheid South Africa: A Comparative Case Study of Johannesburg and Cape Town
  • Macgregor Aisha (Sociology)
    The Paradox of Care and Control: Experiences of Community Based Compulsory Treatment Orders in Scotland
  • MacKenzie Anna (Criminology)
    The role of education in rehabilitation of offenders in Scotland.
  • MacLellan Donna (Criminology)
    Young women and consumer culture
  • Mitha Karim (Sociology)
    Identity, resilience, and mental health amongst Muslims in Scotland
  • Mwaba Phallon (Social and Public Health)
  • Nisbet Jolan (Politics(R))
    Member State engagement with the Common European Asylum System in an enlarged Union.
  • Pearson Paul (Sociology)
    Biographical Recovery: Recognising Multiple Barriers for Adults with an Acquired Brain Injury
  • Penney Jessica Janet Jane (Sociology)
    Songusattak (What Strengthens): Constructions of Inuit Health in Nunatsiavut, Canada
  • Petersen Helge (Sociology)
    The Racialisation of Law, Order and Crisis - Political Struggles over Racist Violence, Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice in Britain between the mid-1970s and early 2000s
  • Powell Stephen (Politics(R))
    Investigating the Dynamics of Nonstate Actor Rivalry in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) 1993-2018
  • Ptolomey Amanda (Sociology)
    Children as Researchers Exploring Belonging, Transitions and Wellbeing
  • Qadri Syed Nasser (Politics(R))
    Framing Terrorism and Migration in the USA: The Role of the Media in Securitisation Processes
  • Rana Kumud (Sociology)
    Queer Resistance in Times of Revolution: A case study of the LGBT+ movement in Nepal.
  • Rodríguez Toribio Isabel (Politics(R))
    Cooperating to Cut it off at the Source? The International Community and The Fight Against Terrorist Financing.
  • Rubio Arnal Alejandro (Criminology)
    Improving Re/integration in Scotland Through Collaboration: a Glasgow case
  • Ruottunen Sonja (CEES)
    National scripts of family life and state action in the context of post-socialist migrations
  • Sawyer Taylor (Urban Studies(R))
    Evaluating and Critiquing the Uses of and Educational Dimension of On-going, City-wide Children’s Participation.
  • Scanlan Michael (Politics(R))
    From El Congreso to Voulí ton Ellínon – The development of inclusionary populism
  • Shaw April (Sociology)
    Older Female Drug Users – Negotiating Identities through Drug Use, Treatment, Recovery and Beyond
  • Shaw Daniel (Politics(R))
    Winning the Peace: Structural Challenges to the Demobilization of Non-state Armed Groups.
  • Shetabi Linda (Urban Studies(R))
    Urban Conservation and Environmental Sustainability in Scottish Urban Planning Policy and Practice
  • Simona Simona (Sociology)
    STRUCTURAL VIOLENCE AND HEALTH (IN)EQUITIES IN MARTENAL HEALTHCARE: A MULTI-LEVEL ANALYSIS
  • Snitar Corina (CEES)
    Opposing Communism. The 1956 students'movement in Timisoara
  • Struve Bastian (Politics(R))
    Political communication and the stability of authoritarian regimes: Chinese media coverage of Uyghur terrorist attacks
  • Tetley-Brown Lucille (Urban Studies(R))
    Using Data to Transform Public Services
  • Trotter Stephen (Sociology)
    Leavening Society - Religious institutions' role in integrating migrants in Norway
  • Umle Umardani (Criminology)
    How do Singapore's probation officers make decisions about probationers' compliance during the supervision phase?
  • van Leeuwen Sacha (Sociology)
    Achieving Legitimacy in a New Media Ecology: How cyber commemorations of fallen British soldiers influence public support/opposition for warfare.
  • Venzlauskaite Gintare (CEES)
    From post-war to post-soviet east: manifestations of displacement, collective memory, and Lithuania diasporic experience revisited
  • Wang Weikai (Urban Studies(R))
    The Production of Polycentricity in Transitional China: A Case Study of Tianjin
  • Wang Yang (Urban Studies(R))
    Mapping place attachment: Towards a psychological approach to historic urban environment conservation in cities
  • Warburton James (History of Medicine(R))
    Why is the survival rate of British troops and veterans of the Falklands higher than that of the American troops and veterans of Vietnam?
  • Watson Andrew (Urban Studies(R))
    AS SAFE AS HOUSES? Risk Awareness, Impact and Management in the Private Rented Sector
  • Williams Evan (Urban Studies(R))
    Welfare Conditionality and Activation in the UK: the health and well-being impacts of benefit sanctions
  • Ye Ziqian (Politics(R))
    CHANGE TO THE DUAL/MULTI-NATIONAL POLICY IN CHINA
  • Young Colin Ian (Sociology)
    How do health and therapeutic interventions for children with Cerebral Palsy effect their identity as young disabled people
  • Young Karen (Sociology)
    Negotiating Independence and Interdependence : Experiences of People with Learning Disabilities and their Families within a Shifting Policy Environment.
  • Youngmevittaya Wanpat (Politics(R))
    Neutrality, State, and Religion
  • Yu Dingming (Politics(R))
    Audience Response to Chinese Media Coverage of Climate Change: Impacts on Attitude and Behaviour?
  • Zaatari Rami (Economic & Soc History(R))
    The Role of the Green Economy in Building Competitiveness and Achieving Sustainable Development in Morocco.