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 Stacey Heath

Stacey Heath

PhD student

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 01392 724626

 Washington Singer 124a

 

Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4QG, UK

Overview

Having worked for local government and council across the UK for many years, working as long term unemployment officer, Opening JET (jobs enterprise and training) centers, Housing solutions officer and sheltered housing manager, I have always had an avid interest in understanding the difficulties and challenges imposed by socio-economic status.  Given this, I decided to pursue a more academic career.   In 2014 I graduated from Staffordshire University with an honors degree in psychology.  During my time at Staffordshire I also represented the university as school advocate was voted NUS delegate 2013 and completed a SAP (student, academic project) in the area of community engagement.

During my final year I was awarded an ESRC 1+3 studentship at the University of Exeter, with my MSc being completed in Social and Organisational psychology here at Exeter as the first year of my studentship.

Broad research specialisms:

My main research interests broadly lie in the field of urban regeneration and social identity, incorporating social cure.  I am also interested in areas of community psychology, intergroup contact, gender and feminism.

Qualifications

BSc (Hons) Psychology, Staffordshire University (2014)
MSc Social and Organisational Psychology, University of Exeter (2015)

Research

Research projects

Project Title: Exploring the impact of urban regeneration schemes on communities: An analysis of the proposed psychological processes involved in successful and sustainable communities.

Supervisors: Dr Anna Rabinovich, Professor Manuela Barreto

Funding Body: ESRC

Project Description:
My ESRC funded PhD research project, under the supervision of Doctor Anna Rabinovich and Professor Manuela Barreto, focusses on exploring the impact that urban regeneration schemes has on communities. More specifically, understanding the psychological processes involved in creating successful and sustainable communities, understanding the experiences of community members and how regeneration strategies effect the communities long term.

Publications

Heath S, Rabinovich A, Barreto M (In Press). Putting Identity into the Community: Exploring the Social Dynamics of Urban Regeneration. European Journal of Social Psychology

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Heath S, Rabinovich A, Barreto M (2017). Putting Identity into the Community: Exploring the Social Dynamics of Urban Regeneration. European Journal of Social Psychology, 47, 855-866. Full text.

Publications by year


2017

Heath S, Rabinovich A, Barreto M (2017). Putting Identity into the Community: Exploring the Social Dynamics of Urban Regeneration. European Journal of Social Psychology, 47, 855-866. Full text.

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External Engagement and Impact

Committee/panel activities

Member of the Athena Swan working committee

Chair of the SWDTC conference committee 2016


Editorial responsibilities

Editor and co-ordinator of the TOR journal

Teaching

Supervision / Group

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