Research Student Profiles
Exploring the relatiosnhips between gender, power and emotions in couple relationships.
Rationale of research
The central aim of this research is to understand individual ideas about, and experiences of, power and emotional communication in the context of couple relationships. This includes considering several areas of sociological thought including heterosexuality and embodiment. This area of interest has developed over the last three years through the findings of three seperate but connected phases of data collection completed to date. At this point the research is being written up including the writing of articles for publication.
This research includes an online survey of 1,000 participants conducted in early 2010, followed by telephone interviews completed in the summer 2010. The final, and main, phase of data collection has now also been completed in summer 2012 in the form of 31 face to face interviews accross Scotland. At present a narrative 'storying' approach is being used to analyse the interview data collected while writing up findings.
McQueen, F. 2009. The Embodiment of Female Sexual Pleasure: Body as Object and Body as Instrument in Clarke, G., McQueen, F., Pnacekova, M. & Sahli, S. (eds) Examining Aspects of Sexualities and the Self, eBook: Interdisciplinary Press.
University of Edinburgh - Contemporary Feminist Debates (Honours and Postgraduate course) - Guest Lecturer - 2010 to 2013
University of West of Scotland - Gender in Society (Honours) - Lecturer and Co-convenor - 2012
University of Edinburgh - Sociology 1B (Ordinary) - Senior Tutor - 2011/2012
University of Edinburgh - Scotland and Society (Honours and Ordinary) - Tutor - 2011
University of Edinburgh - Co-ordinator for training new tutors - 2011
University of Edinburgh - Scotland and Society (Honours and Ordinary) - Senior Tutor (assisting in setting up course) - 2009
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