Mr Samuel Lawton
- Tutor in Sociology (Sociology)
I am an ESRC-funded PhD researcher studying Bisexuality from an interdisciplinary perspective, drawing on sociological, feminist and queer approaches.
I completed an MRes in Equality and Human Rights here at Glasgow, as well as BSc (Hons) Psychology at Bath Spa University. Both my undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations focussed on Asexuality.
I am pleased to be a Tutor in the Department of Sociology, School of Social and Political Sciences here at the University of Glasgow, teaching Sociology 1A & 1B, Qualitative Methods and Quantitative Methods.
- The Sociology of Sexuality
- Gender and Sexuality
- Queer Theory
- Prejudice, Discrimination and Stigma
Co-investigator - ISRF Flexible Grants for Small Groups: Bisexuality Today: Understanding Attitudes, Protective Factors, and Risk Factors for an Often Invisible Sexual Minority. Independent Social Research Foundation. Record of grant.
I have supervised projects on the following degree programmes:
MSc Global Mental Health
MSc International Journalism
MRes Equality and Human Rights
Modules that I Teach on:
Sociology 1A: Self & Society
Sociology 1B: Critical Research in Contemporary Societies
Qualitative Methods in the Social Sciences
Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences
Tutor - Nuffield Research Placements 2021 Glasgow Q-Step Centre, University of Glasgow.
Tutor - Intercultural Understanding and Emotional Resilience Microcredential Course 2021 (Online) at the University of Glasgow
Graduate Teaching Assistant - Qualitative Methods in the Social Sciences (Honours-level) 2019-2021 at the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow.
Tutor (Cover) - Research Design (PGT) 2019 at the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow.
Graduate Teaching Assistant - Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences (Honours-level) 2019-2020 at the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow.
Academic Assistant - Open University Psychology Summer School 2013-2014.