|Name||Thesis topic / Research Interests||Thesis Supervisor|
|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||A transdisciplinary investigation of the factors affecting housing policy in Caribbean Small Island Developing States (SIDS).|
|Blaise Fofung Vudinga||Social protection in Cameroon: critical perspectives on the impact of social protection schemes, through the performance of the state and non-state social protection providers.|
|Emma Geddes||A qualitative exploration of UK birth relatives’ experiences of the loss of a child to adoption.|
|Victoria Jagne||Living with long-standing mental ill health in old age: A qualitative systematic review and narrative inquiry.|
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.
|Kyunghwn Kim||Why do East Asian countries diverge on immigrants’ social rights?|
|Mina Lee||Work-life balance policies for working mothers in Korea.|
|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.|
|Alice Park||Policing mental health: A realist evaluation of street triage.|
|Dongyoung Sohn||Impact of the National Pension Scheme on Beneficiaries’ Political Participation in South Korea.|
|Helen Stinson||Coping with conditionality: An exploration of the impact of welfare conditionality on vulnerable people.|
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.
|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.