Sociology
  1. European Social Survey
  2. Crime & Justice Research
  3. Culture & the Creative Industries
  4. Food Policy
  5. Jeremy Tunstall Global Media Research Centre
  6. Law, Justice & Journalism
  7. Work, Class & Gender
  8. Q-Step Centre
  1. Research in Culture & the Creative Industries
  2. Research students
Sociology

Current CCI Research students

Name Topic
Charlotte Bonham-Carter Instrumental Cultural Policy, Social Objectives and the Governance of Contemporary Visual Arts Organisations
Jou-an Chen The Flow of Fashion Designers between London, Shanghai and Taipei
Ulrike Chouguley Behind the scenes of world cities' cultural show: exploring the role of informal cultural practices in London and Mumbai
Yvonne EhrsteinThe Postfeminist Reconciliation Challenge: Representations and Lived Experiences of Maternal Femininities on Mumsnet.com
Joanna FigielUnpaid work, precarity, and policy within the creative and cultural sectors
Emma Jones Artistic practice in London: living and creating
Olga Sorzano Cultural Value:A Comparative Perspective in Valuations of Circus Arts in Colombia and the UK
Kathy Williams An Archaeology of Cultural Work on London's Southbank
Jiun Yi Wu Specific Forms of Clustering: Taiwanese Indigenous Micro Enterprises and Creative Clusters

Recently completed CCI Research Students

Z. Feyza Akinerdem Family in Representation: The Case of Marriage Shows in Turkey
Patricia Bueno Delgado Towards a Professional Learning Dialogue in Mexican Contemporary Art Museums - 2014
Zeena Feldman Articulating Belonging Online: Couchsurfing.org, Social Media and the Power of Passion-based Social Networking Technology
Katerina Karavida The Thessaloniki Biennale: The agendas and alternative potential(s) of a newly-founded biennial in the context of Greek governance
Ana Gaio Policy formation in the European Community - the case of culture
Laura García FavaroTransnational Technologies of Gender and Mediated Intimacy
Aysegul KesimogluTaste and Modernity: A case study of food, culture and identity in Istanbul
Kate MattocksIntergovernmental policy coordination in European Union cultural policy: the Open Method of Coordination and the 2011-2014 Work Plan for Culture
Irida NtallaThe Interactive Museum Experience: Investigating the experiential tendency and audience focus in two museum exhibitions
Penelope PlazaThe power of oil and the construction of public space in Caracas in Bolivarian Venezuela (1999-2012)
Oluwatoyin Sogbesan The Potentials of Digital Representation: The changing meaning of the Ife Bronzes from pre-colonial Ife to post-colonial digitisation in the British Museum
Thomas WhittakerCommunity engagement in public art: An examination of public art policies in East London

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