Supervisors: Lucia Garcia, Saadi Lahlou
Contact Details: S.Azizzadeh@lse.ac.uk
Supervisors: Alex Gillespie, Jason Alexander
Contact Details: D.H.Baillie@lse.ac.uk
Supervisors: Catherine Campbell, Alex Gillespie
Exploring the psychosocial barriers to children’s HIV service access in western Uganda
Contact Details: S.K.Belton@lse.ac.uk
Supervisors: Catherine Campbell, Sandra Jovchelovitch
Social Representations of Poverty in India
Contact Details: A.Chauhan4@lse.ac.uk
Supervisor: Martin Bauer
My research focuses on experiences of stress and momentary assessment methods. For my thesis, I am developing an improved method for taking momentary measurements of stress and anxiety using mobile technology, and investigating how these measurements interact with others such as environmental context and temperament. My background is in programming, social design of information systems, methodology, and psychology.
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Supervisors: Sandra Jovchelovitch , Frederic Basso
The Psychosocial Transitioning of the Maternal Self
Contact Details: N.Concha@lse.ac.uk
Supervisors: Alex Gillespie, Tom Reader
I am interested in developing new methods of experimentation for illuminating social psychological phenomena, principally how implicit attributions shape intersubjective contexts. The research projects for my PhD focus on two specific domains of intersubjective analysis.
The first concerns how humans experience socializing with “human-like” forms of artificial intelligence.
The second concerns how implicit self-representations affect behaviour, strategy, and outcomes in distributive economic bargaining simulations. Beyond these domains, my other research interests include evolutionary psychology, consumer psychology, and political social psychology.
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Supervisors: Catherine Campbell, Flora Cornish
My current research focuses on social representations of youth sexuality in the Tanzanian 'development' context, particularly exploring their construction and interaction through communicative encounters between young people, NGO workers and institutions (mediated through documents such as curricula, guidelines and reporting templates).
My interest in this area stems from my five years experience working in NGO programmatic and research roles focusing mainly on child and youth issues in East and Central Africa. My research interests also include intercultural communication, community participation, gender, global health, narratives and arts-based methodologies. I hold a BSc in Human Sciences and MSc in International Primary Health Care, both from University College London, UK.
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Supervisors: Martin Bauer, Bradley Franks
Vaccination resistance, religion and attitudes to science in Nigeria’
Contact Details: B.Falade@lse.ac.uk
Supervisors: Saadi Lahlou, Tom Reader
Determinants of professionalization for high risk industrial professions in a social context of skills drain
Contact Details: P.Fauquet-Alekhine@lse.ac.uk
Supervisors: Saadi Lahlou, Lucia Garcia
Contact Details: A.Gobbo@lse.ac.uk
Supervisor: Jan Stockdale
Research Interests: My current research examines the experiences of working life for Foreign and Commonwealth Soldiers in the British Army and provides a commentary on the process of doing research in a hierarchical power-based organisation. The implications for the process of conducting social psychological research and researchers are highlighted.
My research interests include how social and organisational identity affect working life and experiences of work, power, gender and ethnicity in the workplace.
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Imara Ajani Rolston
Supervisors: Catherine Campbell, Frederic Basso
Between the Brick and the Ballot: Exploring Community Conversations, Direct Democracy, and the Cultivation of Collaborative Social and Structural HIV/AIDS interventions in South Africa’s Eastern Province
Contact details: I.A.Rolston@lse.ac.uk
Supervisors:Catherine Campbell, Alex Gillespie
My current research interests are around the social dimensions of responses to HIV and climate change in sub-Saharan Africa. The initial focus of my PhD is on examining this through a comparative analysis of community participation in responses to HIV and climate change in Tanzania.
My background includes over ten years of professional and research experience in academia and civil society organisations working on international development, HIV, AIDS and climate change, alongside research interests in gender, social psychology, eastern and southern Africa, global health, gender-based violence, ecological sustainability and socio-economic issues. I hold a BA in Psychology and Philosophy from Trinity College Dublin and an MA in African Studies from Yale University.
Contact Details: S.S.Jackson@lse.ac.uk
Supervisors: Tom Reader, Alex Gillespie
My research focuses on developing new methodology to extract and explore human factors in complex and risky organisations, specifically the factors found to be influential in the financial trading domain. This work draws on context driven behaviours that underlie risk taking and human error and influence team performance in the finance setting. My interests include; decision making, human error, cognition, perspective-taking, and teamwork.
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Supervisors: Martin Bauer, Derek Hook
Supervisors: Martin Bauer, Tom Reader
Towards a relational view of job satisfaction and wellbeing: Bringing in individual and relational dynamics
Contact Details: J.F.Metze@lse.ac.uk
Supervisors:Lucia Garcia, Tom Reader
Mobilising collective action for Healthcare Improvement in the NHS: A Social Movement Perspective to Large Scale Organisational Change
Contact Details: L.Moskovitz@lse.ac.uk
Supervisors: Ilka Gleibs, Catherine Howarth
Ethnic Identity negotiation and its impact on well-being among mixed ethnicity individuals in Singapore and Malaysia
Contact Details: G.Reddy@lse.ac.uk
Supervisor: Saadi Lahlou
Contact Details: C.Righi@lse.ac.uk
Supervisors: Catherine Campbell, Tom Reader
My PhD research explores the impact of media on women’s empowerment and women’s narratives in South Sudan. I have also studied the impact of media on maternal and child health; HIV/AIDS; malaria; education; peacebuilding; governance and elections; and climate change.
My research covers a range of media platforms (television, radio, mobile) as well as a range of media formats (drama for development, factual programming, public service announcements, mobile value-added services).
I have conducted research in 21 countries across Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe – including Bangladesh, Cambodia, the Democratic Republic of Congo, India, Kenya, Niger, South Africa, Senegal, Serbia, Tanzania and Uganda.
In addition to pursuing my PhD, I work as an international development consultant for organisations with a media, information and communication focus. I have managed research for USAID, UNDP and DFID-funded projects.
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Supervisors: Sandra Jovchelovitch, Alex Gillespie
Paediatric bipolar disorder in the US and UK: Representations of an emerging and contested diagnosis
Contact Details: J.Roberts7@lse.ac.uk
Supervisor: Saadi Lahlou
Contact Details: C.Righi@lse.ac.uk
Supervisors: Patrick Humphreys, Prof Stephan Feuchtwang (Anthropology)
An Interdisciplinary Thesis, "The Politics of Religious Experience in 15th c Europe through an East-West Encounter: A Re-Interpretation".
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Supervisors: Caroline Howarth, Tom Reader
Representations of contact: Intergroup …. Space and and interfaith dialogue
Contact Details: T.Whitney@lse.ac.uk
Supervisors: Sandra Jovchelovitch, Bradley Franks
Citizenship as Social Representations: Forging Political Mindedness in Rural China
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