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Postgraduate tutor (research)
Dr Ewan Ingleby
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T: 01642 738161
We value our postgraduate research students and the important role they play in the research culture. The School of Social Sciences, Business & Law postgraduate tutor supports students, both full and part time, in their progression through their studies. Postgraduate research students affiliated to the Institute attend, and contribute to, the various research group seminars and events as well as presenting their work at the annual research conference.
Detached from 'the social': The influence of consumer culture and late modernity's social world on drug user perceptions of service provision and social inclusion.
The use of oral and topical menthol application strategies with respect to sporting performance, in varying environmental conditions.
Identifying evidence of adaptive strategies, harmonious collaborations and complex hybrid delivery mechanisms within a New Public Governance (NPG) framework.
The challenges and opportunities of participation in roles and opportunities for young adults with acquired brain injury and carers living in rural communities.
Faith is a Law Unto Itself; A psychosocial analysis of religious faith and the motivations of terrorists.
An investigation into the experiences of domestic violence victims in rural and town areas.
Using Visual Methods to explore CSI identity issues and engagement with higher education.
The Bantams and Away Fandom: the site of real Football Fandom? A case study of Bradford City AFC.
Psychological processes involved in skill acquisition of action sports.
Developing Leaders and Leadership in Higher Education: The Role of Heads of Departments in a Libyan University and its Impact on Relevance to the Leadership Process.
Examination of non-specific therapist effects in Shiatsu treatment with person with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
Eliciting positive behavioural change through self-efficacy as a consequence of social support experienced from computer game interaction.
Summary Justice: An investigation into the exemplar sentences handed down following the 2011 riots and the resulting conflict between the government and the judiciary.
Exploring the emotional impact of career disruptions and the ways in which people cope with career disruptions.
The determinants of organisational performance in parts of the local British public services using CPA and CAA.
The role of downhill walking on hemodynamic and cardiovascular responses in young adult.
Entrepreneurial Graduate Learning.
Preparation, Performance and Recovery of Elite Match Officials.
Exploring identity-related crime.
Heavy Menstrual Bleeding and Uterine Fibroids in African Caribbean Women: exploring the psychological, social and cultural elements of experience.
Evaluation and application of a novel double-concentric exercise training system: health and fitness perspectives.
Does utilising simulation technology facilitate professional capability in undergraduate student nurses?
Biomechanics of the knee joint in cricket fast bowlers.
An interpretive phenomenological exploration of the lived experience of Adult-Onset Epilepsy.
Analysing the 'crime decline:' change and continuity in crime and harm.
The portrayal of cultural specificity in the adaption of global advertising imagery: Egypt and UK.
Integrated Marketing Communications and the practitioners strategy paradox - The football industry case study.
Engaging non-habitual exercisers using high-intensity, low-volume exercise gaming (exergaming).
There Are No Working-Class People Here: How Do The Next Generation, The Children of Those Who 'Made It' To Ingleby Barwick, Class Themselves and their Precarious Futures?
Sports performance and injury prediction using mobile technologies.
Trust as factor influencing switching behaviour of private end consumers to green electricity suppliers and their products.
Exploring crime-related constructions of place in the post-industrial North.
Evaluation of the current and future dynamics of the UK/German Tour Operating Industry.
How effective knowledge management improves performance of Vietnamâ€™s public universities.
An evaluation of the role of regulation in minimising financial crime in charity sector in the UK.
An empirical perception of local communities in terms of services provided as criteria for measuring local government performance: Evidence from Nigeria.
The effects of barefoot running on hip and knee function.
Narratives of place: A case study of Hartlepool's Headland.
A race for the cafe: Understanding the social world of racing cyclists in the North East of England.
Biography and youth poverty on Teesside's deprived estates.
Chinese mergers and acquisitions (M&A's) in Germany.
Collective forecasting in companies: An empirical analysis of the benefits of using prediction markets and surveys in sales and marketing forecasting.
Training-Dose response of sprint and repeated-sprint training in intermittent-sports players.
Emerging criminal markets in the global economy.
Online psychometrics: The design and validation of extensible system architecture.
A Study of the Marketing Department within Further Education (FE) Colleges and how they Contribute to the Market Share of 16-18 cohorts.
Co-dependency in the Health Care: the development, implementation and evaluation of a self reporting psychometric instrument and a guide for self help.
Multiple Games of Enterprise Power and Dominant Strategies of GVC Upgrade: A Case of China's Equipment Manufacturing Enterprises.
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Members of Social Futures Institute are involved in a range of research activities. You can view these in detail on each individual profile.
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Teesside's online research repository gives you access to the collection of peer-reviewed research and e-theses produced by members of the Social Futures Institute.
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