|Name||Thesis topic / Research Interests||Thesis Supervisor|
|Renée Aleong||Approved mental health professionals and the compulsory detention of Black service-users under the Mental Health Act: An Institutional Ethnography|
|Kate Andersen||The implications of Universal Credit for women’s citizenship: an investigation into the experiences and views of mothers subject to conditionality.|
|Helen Baldwin||Improving outcomes in child protection cases involving parental substance misuse.|
|Anna Browning||The socio-economic relationships within government subsidised housing policy and consider the social implications of recent changes in policy direction.|
|Siobhan Callaghan||A comparative analysis of OECD countries' drug policy typologies, welfare regimes and socio-economic characteristics in shaping drug related outcomes.|
|Fiorella Ciapessoni||Contributions to understanding criminal career paths and homelessness in Uruguay.|
|Anette Bonifant Cisneros||The Policy Process in Mexico: Development of Obesity Policy and Sugar Tax.|
|Michael Conn||The role and function of in-work benefits: the understanding and response of business.|
|Fei Fang||A study of the difficulties and support available for bereaved parents in China as a result of the one-child policy.|
|Karemah Francois||The transnational home: the experience around the meaning and making home for Grenadian transnational households.|
|Emma Geddes||A qualitative exploration of UK birth relatives’ experiences of the loss of a child to adoption.|
|Kate Gridley||Standardised measures for people living with dementia: experiences, observations and implications.|
|Xiaojie Guo||The universal two-child policy and gender inequality in mainland China.|
|Tess Herrmann||The role of interconnectivity inside the adult industry and its impact on British lap dancing clubs.|
|Samuel Hinrichs||Contracting of control: how do bouncers police drugs in a nightclub setting.|
|Isabelle Huning||A comparative perspective on the evolution of skill formation systems in Germany and England within their social and cultural context.|
|Victoria Jagne||Living with long-standing mental ill health in old age: A qualitative systematic review and narrative inquiry.|
|Kelli Kennedy||Universal Credit and Food (In)Security: Can Universal Credit be Reformed to Reduce Food Insecurity or is a Targeted Food Program the Solution? A US-UK Policy Transfer Analysis.|
Child Sexual Exploitation within the South Asian Community: Exploring the support available, implemented and required by victims from frontline services in order to help equip them with confidence to report the abuse.
Child and youth's participation in Thailand social policy.
|Mina Lee||Work-life balance policies for working mothers in Korea.|
|Natalie Leworthy||Intergenerational dynamics and the interface with quality of life, inequalities and care decision making in a newly diagnosed dementia population.|
|Cangheng Liu||How can an emerging economy, such as China, best balance the needs of capital and the needs of citizens: International, national and regional lessons.|
|Jiaxin Liu||Crowding-out or crowding-in? Re-examining the roles of the state and family in providing for the aged in China.|
|Emese Mayhew||Characterising the structure and nature of social connectedness in populations living with impairment.|
|Alice Park||Policing mental health: A realist evaluation of street triage.|
Unweaving the web: Using a mixed methods approach to understand the role and contribution of mental health social work to the delivery of mental health services in England and Wales.
A longitudinal study into the views of alleged perpetrators of anti-social behaviour on the definition of anti-social behaviour and the success or otherwise of related interventions.
How inclusive are community-based services: older LGBTQ people choosing and using services.
|Susan Watson||The role of social media abuse in gender-based violence: the challenge of vituperative communication in the age of new technology.|
|Shimeng Yin||Inequality in China’s current pension system: analysing urban-rural difference and the gender gap.|
Constructing a gendered welfare typology of six East Asian societies.
Cultural change and long-term care in China: transition of the role of family for care provision.