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Current Research Students

Here are the researchers currently pursuing their degrees at the Faculty of Social Sciences. Reflecting the outlook of the faculty, the body of the researchers is of a culturally diverse and international nature. This allows for unique and intellectually challenging, as well as stimulating views, insights, and experiences, which each researcher may hold and communicate, and in such a way enrich the body of knowledge.

A - B-C D-E-F-G - H-I-J-K - L-M - N-O - P-Q-R - S-T - U-V-W-X-Y-Z

PhD researchers listed under H - I - J - K

Solomon Inuwa

Division: Peace Studies

Email: s.inuwa@student.bradford.ac.uksololomoninuwa@yahoo.com

Nationality: Nigerian

Research interests: 

My research interest centres on the political economy of armed conflict, post conflict transition, youth extremism, disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration of combatants in the aftermath of violent conflict.

PhD Title: A critical evaluation of the 2009 Niger Delta amnesty, disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration programme.

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Scott Kean

Division: Peace Studies and International Development

Email: S.J.Kean@bradford.ac.uk

Nationality: British

Research Interest: Collective action, communication, cooperation, polycentric governance, reciprocity and trust.

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Rabia Khalid

Division: Psychology

Email: r.khalid2@student.bradford.ac.uk

Nationality: British

Research interests: 

My research is predominantly focused around the investigation of effect of caffeine and tiredness on the tip-of-the-tongue state (TOT).  Although this is a common word retrieval failure in us all, at the pathological level, word finding difficulties are seen in sufferers of Alzheimer's disease and some aphasia patients.  Therefore, investigations of the brain basis of the TOT state is crucial. I will be examining if TOT resolution improves with the consumption of caffeine, alongside phonological priming.  And whether it is attributed to the adenosine mimicking properties of caffeine, which in result reduces the release of stimulatory neurotransmitters, improving wakefulness, vigilance and motor activities.

PhD Title: Investigation within the field of Tip-Of-The-Tongue state relating to phonological priming, tiredness and the effects caffeine TOT resolution. 

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Ulli Immler

Division:

Peace Studies and International Development

Email:

useimmle[at]bradford.ac.uk

Nationality:

German

Research Interests:

WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene), Human Development, Behavioural Economics and Consciousness, Public Health and Policy

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ResearcherResearch TopicSupervisors
HIGGS, BRYN Do the actions of the ICC in Uganda and Sudan promote the best interests of the communities affected by these on-going conflicts?

David Harris

second supervisor to be confirmed

HOPPERT-FLAEMIG, SUSAN Striving for Security: State Responses to Violence under the FMLN Government in El Salvador 2009 - 2013

Jenny Pearce

Michael Pugh

HUSSAIN, IFSA 'The Experience of Muslim Students in Further and Higher Education in Bradford'.

Sally Johnson

C Horrocks

IBRAHIM, ABDUL-LATIF Does international migration and remittance reduce poverty in developing countries?  A case for Northern Ghana.

Behrooz Morvaridi

second supervisor to be confirmed

IMMLER, ULRIKE Sanitation Realities in Peri-Urban Slums, Chennai

PB Anand

Behrooz Morvaridi

ISSAKA ASURU, SUMAILA The Impact of Philanthropy on Africas quest for agricultural and social development

Behrooz Morvaridi

John Lawler

JONES, SARAH  Explore the "extreme female brain" and it's relationship to Psychosis Spectrum Disorders.

Valerie Lesk

Gill Waters

KORMOH, JOSEPH Chieftaincy reform, decentralisation and post-conflict state reconstruction and peacebuilding in Sierra Leone

David Francis

JP Gomes Porto

KUSI-MENSAH, RITA A gendered analysis of formal vocation education, skills development and self-employment in Accra, Ghana

David Potts

Behrooz Morvaridi