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Social Work and Social Policy PhD

This PhD degree spans a diverse range of areas in social work and social policy reflecting the multi-disciplinary strengths of our staff.

This PhD spans a diverse range of areas in social work and social policy reflecting the multi-disciplinary strengths of our staff. We welcome applications to study in the following areas:

  • Men, masculinity, and health
  • Health and social work
  • Inequalities in health
  • Developing knowledgeable and resilient ‘social actors’ through professional training and CPD

  • The impact of neo-liberal policies on organisational behaviour, structure, and culture

  • The formation of professional identity and professionalism within the context of neo-liberalism

  • Social policy

  • Comparative welfare state studies

  • Labour markets

  • Unemployment policy

Key Facts

Starts: October/January

Level: PhD

Mode: Full-time/Part-time

Course code: P-L4PA

Venue: Warwick University