I am an ESRC-funded fourth-year PhD student in the Department of Sociology. I have conducted research on the 'intervention work' of employment related service professionals, NEET tracking teams, youth workers and lobbying groups. Prior to Warwick I completed a BA (Hons) in Media and Sociology and an MA in World Cities and Urban Life from Goldsmiths, University of London. I have worked as an assistant editor for a publishing company, a researcher and production assistant on feature-length documentary films and as a researcher for charities and non-profit organisations in the areas of human rights, natural resources and international trade systems.
"Intervention Tales: Talk, Documents and 'Engagement' on a Wage Subsidy Project." Qualitative Sociology Review, issue 2, vol. 14, 2018.
"Raising the Participation Age, Reporting Requirements and their Regulation." British Education Research Association (BERA) Blog. January 2017.
"Tailback Story Flows Freely." Network. British Sociological Association Newsletter. 2016.
"Monitoring the Spaces of Skills Training and Participation." Paths2Work blog. Precarious Pathways to Employment. 2015.
Visiting Graduate Researcher. Centre for Language, Interaction and Culture. University of California, Los Angeles, USA. 2015.
"Coordination, Controversy, and Competition in Policy Arenas Workshop." Organised with Jacob Hasselbalch (Warwick, Politics and International Studies). Funded by University of Warwick, Doctoral Training Centre's Doctoral Event Grants. 2014.
"Participatory Art redefines the Public: from Institutional Critique to Critical Spatial Practice." The Mediated City Conference, London. Architecture_MPS. 2014
"Actively Seeking the Labour Market." How to Sleep Faster. Arcadia Missa Publications. 2013.
J dot Molina at warwick dot ac dot uk