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Professor David Gordon

Students

Teaching

I supervised the following PhD students:

  1. Brenda Henson (1993-1995) Rural Poverty in Britain. Part Time, University of Bristol PhD Scholarship. Jointly supervised with Sarah Payne.
  2. Pauline Heslop, (1995-1998), Childhood Factors Associated with the Self-reporting of Long-standing Illness, Disability or Infirmity in Adulthood. University of Bristol PhD Scholarship.  PhD awarded November 1998, jointly supervised with Sarah Payne
  3. Gamini Wedande, (1996-2001) Trade Facilitation in the Developing Countries: The Role of EDI, ESRC award, jointly supervised with Professor Ray Forrest.   MPhil awarded January 2008.
  4. Demi Patsios, (1997-2000) Modelling the Future Care Needs of the Elderly. ESRC award, jointly supervised with Randall Smith. PhD, awarded January 2001
  5. Eldin Famhy (1997-2000), The Development and Socio-economic Determinants of Political Socialisation in Young Adults. ESRC award. PhD awarded May 2001.
  6. Simon Pemberton, (1999-2003) The Production of Harm in the UK: A Social Harm Perspective. ESRC Award.PhD awarded January 2004.
  7. He-Chiun Liou (1999-2004) Taiwan’s mountain policies and the poverty of the indigenous people. ORS award. PhD. awarded June 2005.
  8. Catherine Whiteway (2002- 2004) - Poverty Policy and Morality. Self funded part time PhD – Catherine withdrew her registration in 2004 for funding and health reasons and sadly died in 2007.
  9. Serena Hussain (2002-2005) A Statistical profile of Muslims in Britain, ESRC Case award with the Muslim Council of Britain, jointly supervised with Professor Tariq Modood (Sociology). PhD awarded January 2006.
  10. Luis Gorjon (2003 - 2008) Structural Adjustment in Mexico, Social and Economic Impacts, Mexican Government scholarship, jointly supervised with Professor Peter Townsend. PhD awarded January 2009.
  11. Shailen Nandy (2004 to 2009) An analysis of trends in child poverty in the developing world at the end of the 20th century. ESRC 1+3 award, jointly supervised with Christina Pantazis. PhD awarded June 2010.
  12. Wengang Weng (2004 – 2010) Systemized Discrimination: A Case Study of Chinese Peasants in Mao’s China. ORS award, jointly supervised with Simon Pemberton.  PhD awarded December 2010.
  13. Christopher Deeming (2005 – 2008) The ‘Meaning and Measurement of Poverty’: Determining Semi-normative Food Poverty Lines for Healthy Participatory Living, University of Bristol PhD Scholarship. PhD awarded June 2008.
  14. Karen Bell (2006 to 2010) Environmental Justice: Lessons from Cuba. ESRC 1+3 Award, jointly supervised with Simon Pemberton. PhD awarded April 2011.
  15. Admore Tshuma (2006 to 2012) Effective mechanisms of addressing socio-economic inequalities: A case study of the South African solidarity tax. Wingate PhD Scholarship, jointly supervised with Simon Pemberton. PhD awarded 2013
  16. Sarika Seshadri (2007 to 2013) Drink me, save lives: social enterprise and governance in transnational partnerships for development, ESRC 1+3 Case award with Frank Water, jointly supervised with Professor Bronwen Morgan (Law). PhD awarded 2014.
  17. Sarah Cemlyn (2008 to 2010) on Promoting equality and human rights in social and community work, Department funded, jointly supervised with Gill Hague.  PhD by publication awarded November 2010.
  18. Audrey Lenoel (2008 to 2014) Burden or Empowerment? The Impact of Migration and Remittances on Women Left Behind in Morocco. ESRC 1+3 Award, jointly supervised with Ann Singleton. PhD awarded 2015.
  19. Marco Pomati (2010 to 2014) Low Social Contact Among UK Working Parents. ESRC project linked award, jointly supervised with Christina Pantazis.  PhD awarded 2015
  20. Di Qi (2011 to 2014) Child Poverty in Urban China. Self-funded. PhD awarded 2015
  21. Hector Najera (2011 to 2015) Youth Poverty and Social Policy in Mexico: 1990-2010. Mexican Government scholarship, jointly supervised with Eldin Fahmy. PhD awarded 2016.
  22. Muhammed Williams (2006 to 2015) The Contribution of Research to Policy Making on Poverty Reduction in Ghana, Doctor of Social Science Thesis. Self-funded part time. DocSocSci. Awarded 2016.
  23. Yedith Guillen Fernandez (2009 to 2015) Poverty in Mexico and Europe. Mexican Government scholarship. PhD awarded 2017
  24. Viliami Fifita (2011 to 2017) Child and Adult Poverty in a Small Island Developing State: A Case Study of Tonga. Commonwealth PhD Scholarship. PhD awarded 2017
  25. Patricio Olivera Zúñiga (2013 to date) Conditional cash transfer policy in Chile. Chile government scholarship, jointly supervised with Professor Gregor McLennan (Sociology).