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Amanda McBride


Department: Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing

Amanda is a lecturer in the Department of Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing. Based on the BA (Hons) Childhood and Early Years Studies degree, she teaches modules which explore young people's lives.

Her research focuses on the role of gender in our social world and she is particularly interested in creative, qualitative methods of enquiry. 

Amanda McBride

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Fear, ‘discomfort’, anger, and shame in the night-time economy: Women’s responses to unwanted sexual intrusions, Lewis, R., McBride, A. 7 Jun 2024, In: Violence Against Women
  • Girl-Kind North East: Making, Learning, and Spaces of Value, Ralph-Lane, S., McBride, A., Holland, T., Winkler-Reid, S. 1 May 2024, In: Girlhood Studies
  • Practitioner perspectives on child feeding in Uganda: community engagement through the Global Agenda, McBride, A., Graham, P., Mugyisha, A., McInnes, A. 14 Mar 2024, In: Practice
  • Girls Shift Digital: Reflecting on the Impact of Moving Online in Girls' Creative Youth Projects, McBride, A., Ralph, S. 5 Oct 2020

  • Social Studies/Science PhD January 31 2020
  • MSc June 30 2013
  • PGCE June 30 2010

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