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School of Languages, Linguistics and Film

Farida Soliman


Research - PhD



Thesis title: 'A sociolinguistic and psycholinguistic investigation of the relationship between grammatical gendering in the Arabic language and the perception of women in the Egyptian workplace'

Supervisors: Devyani Sharma, Linnaea Stockall, and Tessa Wright


Farida has worked/is working on the following projects:

Rapid Review of Evidence on ECD and Livelihood Interventions in Refugee Settings (Berkeley, Center for Effective Global Action (CEGA))
The impact of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support programmes for populations affected by humanitarian emergencies: a systematic review (UCL)
Black Women's Lived Experiences of Depression and Related Help-Seeking Behaviours: A Qualitative Evidence Synthesis (with another PhD student at QMUL).


Research Interests:

Sociolinguistics, Gender studies, Grammatical gender, Bilingualism, Mental health research, Early childhood development in crisis settings


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