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PhD Studentships, Greenwich University, UK

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School/Institute: School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Lead Supervisor: Dr Richard Wild

Project Title: A criminological exploration of 21st Century London: Crime, place and space (or fear and loathing in London?)

Project Description :
This project will bring together issues of contemporary concern; gangs, riots, economic crisis and globalisation, the militarisation/securitisation/commodification of urban space, surveillance and new technologies (CCTV) applying seminal models and formulations; City of Quartz: Excavating the future of Los Angeles (Davis, 2006); The precariat: The new dangerous class (Standing, 2011); Chavs: The demonization of the working class (Jones, 2011); Cities under siege: The new military urbanism (Graham, 2010); City Limits: Crime, Consumer Culture and the Urban Experience (Hayward, 2004) in exploring changing crime phenomena in our schizo hypermodern city/ghetto playground/prison London. The project will critically examine the spatial agency of both the ‘new global elite’ and the precariously employed majoritarian (i.e. non‐ migrant labour) ‘edgeworkers’, the increasingly ‘defective and disqualified consumers’ (Bauman, 2011) and how they are experiencing ‘transformative crisis’ in urban space (Burawoy, 2000) both real and the unreal in late modern capitalism in crisis.
The successful applicant will be based at the University’s Greenwich campus.

Duration: 3 years

Bursary available (subject to satisfactory performance):
Year 1: £ 13590(Sterling) Year 2: Subject to review Year 3: Subject to review

Person Specification: Criteria (all requirements are Essential):

Education and Training:
1st Class or Upper 2nd class Honours Bachelors Degree or Masters degree (UK or UK equivalent) in a relevant discipline
For those whose first language is not English or if from a country where English is not the first language , a language proficiency score of at least IELTS 6.5 (in all elements of the test) or TOEFL 100 ibt (600 pbt) unless the degree above was taught in English and obtained in a majority English speaking country, e.g. UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand, etc.

Experience and skills:
Previous experience of undertaking research (e.g. undergraduate or taught Master’s dissertation)

Personal Attributes:
Understands the fundamental differences between a taught degree and a research degree in terms of approach and personal discipline/motivation Able to, under guidance, complete independent work successfully

Other requirements:
This studentship may require Foreign and Commonwealth Office Academic Technology Approval Scheme (ATAS) approval for the successful candidate if from outside of the EU/EEA (depends on topic and methodologies used)

Closing date for applications:
17:00hrs UTC on Friday 13th July 2012.

For further information contact:
Dr Richard Wild
R.Wild@gre.ac.uk
020 8331 7692

Making an application:
An application form is available at: http://www2.gre.ac.uk/research/study/ap ... on_process. This should be completed and returned to VCScholarship@gre.ac.uk. Before doing so you are advised to liaise with the designated university contact above.

Any additional promotion material or direct approaches to particular individuals must refer to: http://www.gre.ac.uk/research/study/studentships

Those potential students who wish to submit an application must do so in accordance with the procedures set out on the application form.
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