I am a Teaching Fellow at the Institute of Criminal Justice Studies specialising in Criminology and Criminal Justice.
My research interests are wide-ranging due to my background experience. My areas of interest are as follows:
- The development and application of criminological theory
- Collection and analysis of Quantitative Data
- Child Protection (including physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and neglect)
- Honour-based violence
- Race, ethnicity and crime
- Family and society
- Student engagement and learning in Higher Education
Currently I am working on a project to explore student understanding of marking criteria. This project aims to investigate whether active learning opportunities which allow students to engage with the assessment criteria can enhance understanding of assessment expectations and marking criteria.
- Level 4: Understanding Criminology
- Level 4: Essential Skills for Criminologists
- Level 4: Criminal Justice
- Level 4: Crime & Society
- Level 5: Questioning Criminology
- Level 6: Contemporary Criminologies
As well as acting as seminar tutor on all of the modules listed above, I am also a Personal Tutor to several Level 4, 5 and 6 students. I also supervise students on Placements.