Research Topic: Why does gender inequality persist in the welfare state?: A gendered analysis of the way in which welfare is problematised in political and public discourse
British politics; gender politics; the Welfare State; the relationship between public opinion and policy; political discourse and the legitimation of policy; qualitative methods
- BA Joint Honours in English and History
- MA in Politics
Research Officer for the Electoral Commission; Research Manager for the Audit Commission; Senior Research Officer for the Liberal Democrats; Research Manager at Ipsos MORI
Paper presented as part of Women In Politics panel at PSA 2017 in Glasgow titled ‘The Coalition Government’s Welfare Discourse and the Legitimation of Gendered Welfare Reform’.