Director of Postgraduate Taught Programmes 2019/2020
Teaching: Disability, Inequality, and the Life Course & Practice and Interpretation of Quantitative Research
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I am Associate Professor at the Department of Sociology, having joined Warwick in 2014. Previously, I was John Adams Career Development Fellow at the Centre for Longitudinal Studies of UCL Institute of Education and pre-doctoral Marie Curie Fellow at the University of Surrey, where I also obtained my doctorate. I was first introduced to Sociology at the University of Cambridge (M.Phil). Prior to this, I studied Politics and Economics in Greece, where I am originally from.
I am interested in various topics in social stratification and life course research, which I usually explore by conducting secondary analyses of existing large-scale data. My PhD focused on new dimensions of temporal inequalities using time diary data. I still work on time-use research, currently focusing on the impact of mobile devices on couple and family time. Another strand of my research focuses on educational and labour market outcomes of disabled children and young people. At present, I am also conducting qualitative research on the ways that stigma arising from health conditions or disabilities influences romantic relationships. Further information on my work can be found on my Publications page.