A degree and study in Social Sciences will allow you to dive deep into sociology, criminology, psychology and law together – securing you a successful career in whichever sector fits you best. Join our Deputy Head of School of Psychology and Social Sciences Programme Team Leader, Dr. Kimberley Marsh and Module Leader, Amy Jones as they discuss the places that a degree in the Social Sciences can take you.
An introduction to Dr. Kimberley Marsh: Kim is the Deputy Head of School - Psychology and Programme Team Leader for Criminology and Social Science. She has taught on a number of different modules in Criminology at Arden University and The University of Manchester. In addition she has carried out government funded research, looking into improving the life chances of looked after children and care leavers in the UK. Kimberley's research interests focus on attachment, parenting styles and behavioural responses.
An introduction to Amy Jones: Amy is the Module Leader for a number of Sociology Modules - Introduction to Sociology, Medicalisation of the Self, Inequalities in the Modern World, Insecurity and Precariousness in the Globalised World, and Consumer Society and the Commodification of Beings. She has a I have a First Class Honours Degree in Sociology and History, a Masters (with Distinction), a P.G.C.E (with Masters) and a PhD (focusing on the impact of neoliberalism on deprived communities). She has previously helped to develop the Sociology degree for Arden, and has worked here since 2015. She is also the Module Leader for the Project and Planning Module (dissertations).
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