Dr Nughmana Mirza

  • Lecturer in Research Methods (School of Social & Political Sciences)

Biography

Nughmana Mirza is a lecturer in Criminology at the University of Glasgow. She holds a PhD in Social Policy, MRes in Social Research, and an MSc in Islamic and Middle Eastern History all from the Univeristy of Edinburgh. Her doctoral research focused on South Asian women's experience of family abuse in Scotland, with a particular focus on micro- and macro-level contexts such as policy and practice. Her wider research interests are around kinship patterns, marriage migration, and the criminal justice response to marginalised populations, specifically South Asian women.

Nughmana has previously worked with the Scottish Government on experiences of forced marriage in Scotland, and with Nuffield and Stirling University on a UK-wide project exploring child welfare inequalities.

Research interests

  • Gender-based violence
  • Kinship patterns
  • Transnational Migration
  • Criminal Justice Response/pathway

Publications

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Number of items: 13.

2021

Lucas, S. E., Mirza, N. and Westwood, J. (2021) ‘Any d*** can make a baby, but it takes a real man to be a dad’: group work for fathers. Qualitative Social Work, 20(3), pp. 718-737. (doi: 10.1177/1473325020909431)

Chantler, K., Mirza, N. and Mackenzie, M. (2021) Policy and professional responses to forced marriage in Scotland. British Journal of Social Work, (doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcab068) (Early Online Publication)

2020

Armstrong, S. et al. (2020) Left out and locked down: impacts of COVID-19 for marginalised groups in Scotland. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland.

Mason, W. et al. (2020) Toward full integration of quantitative and qualitative methods in case study research: insights from investigating child welfare inequalities. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 14(2), pp. 164-183. (doi: 10.1177/1558689819857972)

2019

Featherstone, B., Morris, K., Daniel, B., Bywaters, P., Brady, G., Bunting, L., Mason, W. and Mirza, N. (2019) Poverty, inequality, child abuse and neglect: Changing the conversation across the UK in child protection? Children and Youth Services Review, 97, pp. 127-133. (doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.06.009)

2018

Morris, K. et al. (2018) Social work, poverty and child welfare interventions. Child and Family Social Work, 23(3), pp. 364-372. (doi: 10.1111/cfs.12423)

Mirza, N. (2018) Reframing agency in abusive contexts: beyond ‘free choice’ and ‘open resistance’. Journal of Gender-Based Violence, 2(1), pp. 41-56. (doi: 10.1332/239868017X15127297709475)

Mason, W., Mirza, N. and Webb, C. (2018) Using the framework method to analyze mixed-methods case studies. In: SAGE Research Methods Cases. SAGE Publications. ISBN 9781526438683 (doi:10.4135/9781526438683)

2017

Mirza, N. (2017) South Asian women’s experience of abuse by female affinal kin: a critique of mainstream conceptualisations of ‘domestic abuse’. Families, Relationships and Societies, 6(3), pp. 393-409. (doi: 10.1332/204674315X14501013130928)

Mirza, N. (2017) South Asian women's experiences of family abuse: the role of the husband's mother. Discover Society, 31 Oct.

Chantler, K., Baker, V., MacKenzie, M. , McCarry, M. and Mirza, N. (2017) Understanding Forced Marriage in Scotland. Project Report. Scottish Government.

2016

Mirza, N. (2016) The UK government’s conflicting agendas and ‘harmful’ immigration policies: shaping South Asian women’s experiences of abuse and ‘exit’. Critical Social Policy, 36(4), pp. 592-609. (doi: 10.1177/0261018316641239)

Mirza, N. (2016) South Asian Women’s Experience of Family Abuse: the Role of the Husband’s Mother. Discussion Paper. Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, Edinburgh.

This list was generated on Sun Jul 25 15:00:08 2021 BST.
Number of items: 13.

Articles

Lucas, S. E., Mirza, N. and Westwood, J. (2021) ‘Any d*** can make a baby, but it takes a real man to be a dad’: group work for fathers. Qualitative Social Work, 20(3), pp. 718-737. (doi: 10.1177/1473325020909431)

Chantler, K., Mirza, N. and Mackenzie, M. (2021) Policy and professional responses to forced marriage in Scotland. British Journal of Social Work, (doi: 10.1093/bjsw/bcab068) (Early Online Publication)

Mason, W. et al. (2020) Toward full integration of quantitative and qualitative methods in case study research: insights from investigating child welfare inequalities. Journal of Mixed Methods Research, 14(2), pp. 164-183. (doi: 10.1177/1558689819857972)

Featherstone, B., Morris, K., Daniel, B., Bywaters, P., Brady, G., Bunting, L., Mason, W. and Mirza, N. (2019) Poverty, inequality, child abuse and neglect: Changing the conversation across the UK in child protection? Children and Youth Services Review, 97, pp. 127-133. (doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2017.06.009)

Morris, K. et al. (2018) Social work, poverty and child welfare interventions. Child and Family Social Work, 23(3), pp. 364-372. (doi: 10.1111/cfs.12423)

Mirza, N. (2018) Reframing agency in abusive contexts: beyond ‘free choice’ and ‘open resistance’. Journal of Gender-Based Violence, 2(1), pp. 41-56. (doi: 10.1332/239868017X15127297709475)

Mirza, N. (2017) South Asian women’s experience of abuse by female affinal kin: a critique of mainstream conceptualisations of ‘domestic abuse’. Families, Relationships and Societies, 6(3), pp. 393-409. (doi: 10.1332/204674315X14501013130928)

Mirza, N. (2017) South Asian women's experiences of family abuse: the role of the husband's mother. Discover Society, 31 Oct.

Mirza, N. (2016) The UK government’s conflicting agendas and ‘harmful’ immigration policies: shaping South Asian women’s experiences of abuse and ‘exit’. Critical Social Policy, 36(4), pp. 592-609. (doi: 10.1177/0261018316641239)

Book Sections

Mason, W., Mirza, N. and Webb, C. (2018) Using the framework method to analyze mixed-methods case studies. In: SAGE Research Methods Cases. SAGE Publications. ISBN 9781526438683 (doi:10.4135/9781526438683)

Research Reports or Papers

Armstrong, S. et al. (2020) Left out and locked down: impacts of COVID-19 for marginalised groups in Scotland. Project Report. University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland.

Chantler, K., Baker, V., MacKenzie, M. , McCarry, M. and Mirza, N. (2017) Understanding Forced Marriage in Scotland. Project Report. Scottish Government.

Mirza, N. (2016) South Asian Women’s Experience of Family Abuse: the Role of the Husband’s Mother. Discussion Paper. Centre for Research on Families and Relationships, Edinburgh.

This list was generated on Sun Jul 25 15:00:08 2021 BST.

Grants

ESRC/Scottish Government Studentship 2008

Sociology Small Grants Competition 2019

Teaching

I convene and teach two PGTcourses, Qualitative Research Methods, and Gender Relations (Contemporary Approaches to)

Additional information

Member:

Gender Based Violence Forum 2018 - present

Amina - The Muslims Women's Resource Centre 2018 - present

Associate Reseacher:

Centre for Research on Families and Relationships 2018 - present