I have been a university tutor for five years, and have taught across a variety of modules within the social sciences. I have a vast amount of experience teaching individuals at all levels including BA and MA students, along with those studying for A levels.
I gained my postgraduate certificate of education in 2017 which was accredited by the Higher Education Authority.
Hi there, I am a final year PhD student of sociology based in North Wales. I have seven years of academic experience, gaining a first class BA degree in criminology, and a distinction for my MA in comparative criminology and criminal justice. I have published numerous journal articles, and have presented my research at many world renown conferences.
2015-2018 Bangor University
PhD funded by WISERD (Welsh Institute of Social Economic Research Data and Methods)
Research title “Understanding the dynamics of cultural and social participation in Wales: The case of heritage groups”.
• Delivered research presentations at various academic conferences
• Conducted primary research of a qualitative and quantitative nature
• Completed 84 interviews, participant observations, and ethnographies
2014-2015 Bangor University
Taught MA (Masters) Merit- Comparative Criminology and Criminal Justice
Completed a 20,000 word dissertation on media representations of crime
2011- 2014 Bangor University
BA (Bachelor) 1st class -Criminology and Criminal Justice
10,000 word written dissertation on the Hillsborough Disaster
Social Sciences highest achieving student award of 2011-2014
First placed in a department wide research poster competition in October 2014
Davies, Myfanwy., Jones, Karen., Williams, Elin., Davies, Buddug., Jones, Stephanie., & Feilzer, Martina. (2016), Building resilience through ‘Rhieni Ifanc Ni’: A research study. Bangor: Gisda.
Jones, Stephanie (2017), Britons see volunteering as a hobby or a way to network rather than a chore. The Conversation. 24th March, 2017. (concealed information)
Jones, Stephanie (2017), Book review: Alexander, Hensby. Participation and non-participation in student activism: Paths and barriers to mobilizing young people for political action. Online, available at: (concealed information)
Jones, Stephanie (2017), Book review: D, Bridges., J, Neal-Smith., and A. J, Smith (eds.). Absent aviators: Gender issues in aviation. BSA Network newsletter.
Jones, Stephanie (2017), The role of women in a male dominated hobby. Feminist and Women’s Studies Network. Blog post available at: (concealed information)
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