Doctoral Researcher Profiles

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There are currently more than 300 students (full-time and part-time) registered for research degrees within the School. As far as our research training environment is concerned we have won top-ranking ESRC 1+3 recognition with two quota studentships being funded by the ESRC each academic year since the scheme began.

Below, are a selection of doctoral researcher profiles within the School of Education.

Sara Curran

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"Why aren't we doing more with music?" An exploration of the outcomes and possible viability of secondary mainstream-special school collaborative links using music and the performing arts.

Sotiroula Stavrou

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Literacy Learning in an Educational Context in Cyprus

Soyoung Yun

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Young native English speaking teachers' identity transition in Korean Schools

Steven Davies

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Why is Shi'a Islam represented according to Sunni polemic in Religious Education?

Tom Harrison

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How does the Internet influence the character virtues of 11-14 year olds in England?

Winston Bigford

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Academic Success, resilience and ways of being among high achieving African-Caribbean pupils.
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 Doctoral Year Book

 

Download the 2013 Doctoral Researcher Yearbook (PDF, 4MB)which provides information on the doctoral research taking place across the College of Social Sciences.