Completed PhD research

Details of PhD theses are available through the University of York Library catalogue.

Recent successful submissions

NameThesisCompleted
Alison Allam The meaning of Independence for Older People: A Constructivist Grounded Theory Study. 2016
Adam Formby Graduates and their engagement of Jobcentre Plus services in difficult times: a mixed methods study 2016
Sarah Brooks-Wilson Youth justice geography and socio-spatial (in)justice. 2016
Ik Hyun Jang The distributive outcome of welfare reform in the context of welfare institution: multilevel analysis of income 2016
Kelly McDonald The social networks of unaccompanied asylum seeking young people in the transitions to adulthood. 2016
Tian Tian  Parenting style and the status of parent-child maltreatment: a case study on the high intelligentsia family in China. 2016
Nan Yang Comparative social polices researches between East Asian states and Western countries, especially how to define the welfare regimes of East Asian states. 2016
Takahiro Asano Continuing education system for the professional development of social workers. 2015
Christopher Clarke Gender inequality in the labour market: a comparative study of the impact of work-family reconciliation policies. 2015
Charlotte Hamilton Exploring Service Change, Older people's Access and Impact: Does Rurality Matter? 2015
Min Chul Hwang The effectiveness of settlement service - delivery system for immigrant wives' integration in South Korea 2015
Annie Irvine Mental Health and Employment: context, concepts and complexity 2015
Hannah Jobling An ethnographic study on the implementation of Community Treatment Orders and their implications for practitioners, service users and carers. 2015
Miyang Jun Lone parent families' transition from welfare to work. 2015
Sui Ting Kong Participatory development of post-separation domestic violence services: A cooperative grounded inquiry with formerly abused women and their teenage sons/daughters in Hong Kong. 2015
Nurhadi Child labour in Indonesia; child and parent perspective 2015
Abigail Rimmer An investigation into the effect of family change on children's well-being. 2015
Ricardo Rodrigues The impact of user choice programmes on social care markets for long-term care services for older people. 2015
Katie Sworn Methods for accessing 'voice' of people with dementia in research - studentship. 2015
Harriet Wand Fuel poverty in the European Union: A multi-methods study 2015
Patrick Winter The use of attachment theory in adult psychotherapy. 2015
Amy Clair The effects of schooling and eduation poicy on the subjective well-being of children: A comparative study 2014
Emily Foster Pupils with SEN experience of leaving school. 2014
Seung Eun Lee

The effect of structure of social expenditure on the Korean welfare system – focusing on the benefits for the disabled

2014
Frederick Longino

A comparative study of Pentecostal deliverance and healing practices and welfare of African children in Tanzania and England.

2014
Gill Main Child poverty and child well-being. 2014
Courtney McNamara Trade liberalisation, social policy and health: social determinants of health research. 2014
Gregory Neocleous Evolution of the social welfare system for senior citizens in Cyprus. 2014
Yensook Rho Healthcare marketization and equity of the healthcare system in Korea. 2014
Wai Kwan Yu

Social life of older people living alone in Hong Kong.

2014
Lei Zhang

Comparative study of Sino-Japanese corporate pensions social security social welfare pension.

2013

 

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