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Dr Lydia Martens
Sociology and Criminology
Tel: 01782 734125
Research Institute: Social Sciences
Specialist Areas: Consumption (broadly defined to include public and private practices); consumer culture in late modernity; domestic life and domestic relations; feminism, gender and consumption, commercialisation around hygiene and cleanliness; children and adults in consumer culture; everyday domestic knowledge and practices; the consumption and production of food; certainty and uncertainty in consumption and consumer culture; qualitative research, visual data and innovation in research practice.
Dr Sam Andrews
Specialist Areas: Children, criminal law, and the family: Children\'s testimony (including cognitive and social development); forensic interviewing (police/lawyers); child maltreatment; applied development psychology (homeless youth, adoption, divorce).
Nursing and Midwifery
Tel: 01782 679704
Research Institute: Nursing and Midwifery
Specialist Areas: Cognitive behavioural therapy, forensic mental health/learning difficulties, acute care, psychiatric liaison, addictions and crisis mental health, Depression, PTSD, OCD, Panic
Social Phobia/Social Anxiety, Eating Disorders, Body Dysmorphic Disorder,
Bereavement and Loss, Fibromyalgia, RTA victims, Homicide bereaved families, Specialist police and armed officer trauma interventions.
Professor Clare Holdsworth
Geography, Geology and the Environment
Tel: 01782 7 33167
Specialist Areas: Geography, Human Sciences, economics, youth transitions, mobility, young people, citizenship, volunteering, family, health, substance misuse, biographical, youth entrepreneurs, social, students’ mobility, alcohol, family practices, social drinking, drinking, teenagers.