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Economic sociology, sociology of religion, sociology of culture, quantitative history, religion and values, politics and religion, life satisfaction.Photo by Noah Silliman on Unsplash " data-medium-file="https://i0com/ fit=1024,683" / As you may now know my mantra is basically that it gets better.She is a mother-of-one, and in her own words “flies aeroplanes, scuba dives, jumps off cliffs and paraglides".She said: “I’m a blogger and a mother - as well as running my wedding planning business.Siobhan joined the Employment team as a qualified Solicitor in October 2012 following completion of her training contract at an international law firm.She has experience in a wide range of contentious and non-contentious work and this helps her understand the wide range of issues that face employers. ‘Qualities of Connectedness and Psychological Resilience in England’, AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award, 2011-2014. 'Transmission of Religiosity in England in Historical Perspective', Nuffield Foundation Social Science Small Grant Scheme, July 2009.In 2015 I am convening 'Religion, Ethnicity and Value Change' as a Masters-level unit.
I recently completed digitisation of an early random sample social survey, the Youth Research Council study of young people's religious and leisure life, conducted by the Newman Demographic Survey and Young Christian Workers in 1957. Phil., supervised by Avner Offer, was on the Economic Institutions of Opera in Twentieth Century Britain. and Everett, M., ‘Music as Collective Invention: A Social Network Analysis of Composers’, , 37/1 (January 2014), DOI:10.1080/01419870.2013.808755 (paywall). This unit introduces students to statistical methods and concepts: types of variables, correlation and association, sampling theory, hypothesis testing, and linear regresison models.
She advises on everyday employment law issues, including contracts, data protection, fixed-term employees and TUPE.
Siobhan also has experience in preparing seminars for client development training and, as a result, her legal knowledge is practical and up to date.
I have also co-supervised Annie Austin (values and well-being) and Mahalia Jackman (religion and attitudes to homosexuality in the Caribbean), both doctoral students at CMIST, Manchester.
I welcome prospective doctoral projects in my areas of interest: sociology of religion, sociology of culture, value change, life satisfaction, and religion and politics.