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Current Postgraduate Research Students

Jacqueline Abell supervises 1 postgraduate research students. Some of the students have produced research profiles, these are listed below:

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Dr Jacqueline Abell

Formerly at Lancaster University

Jacqueline Abell

PhD supervision

Human-wildlife conflict
Nationhood and social inclusion/exclusion
Soial class and inclusion into HE
Animal behaviour (e.g. playback studies, kinship and sociality)
Conservation and environmental sustainability

Research Interests

  • Place and identity: psychological attachment to land, community and belonging
  • Political and media discourses of xenophobia
  • Conservation psychology: sustainability and the relationship between people, endangered species and the natural world
  • Volunteering/voluntourism

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