Accessibility statement

Anna Bailie 

Research

Title of Research:

Mental Health Politics: Activism on Social Media in Health, Social and Political Crisis.

Brief overview of research topic:

I work with mental health charities, services, and young adult activists to gain a deeper understanding of on and offline mental health activism and how it is a political issue that affects young people. The study generates knowledge around social movements online that promote mental health awareness and advocacy which create and allow for participation in digital communities. Through qualitative and social media data the study contributes knowledge for both professionals and the public to develop a clearer understanding of how to communicate with young adults about mental health. Its findings provide information to improve interventions, support services and advise professionals who represent young people in civil society. 

Instagram @mentalhealthpolitics

Qualifications

Qualifications:

MA in Social Research (University of York)

BA in Social Anthropology (Queen’s University Belfast)

 

Presentations

Presented at the Researching Brexit Conference 2019, Hosted by the NINE DTP.  

Part of the ‘Brexit Aftermath’s’ Research Network, WRDTP, ESRC.

Teaching Experience

Specialist Note-Taker, York St John University.

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Anna is supervised by Dr Alex Hall

Contact details

Ms Anna Bailie