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Undergraduate Sociology Tutors
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Five Years Tutoring Experience in a wide range of Arts & Humanities Subjects, Trained and Experienced Anthropologist.
- Roehampton University
As a trained anthropologist lecturer and researcher I have worked extensively on research methods, ethics, minority and human rights issues as well as nationalism, terrorism and conflict issues.
During my research on the Basque conflict in Spain I learned how to conduct research ethically and safely in a difficult political climate. Based on fieldwork in the Basque country, I have presented papers at several international conferences on themes such as political violence, the anthropology of Human Rights and doing fieldwork in conflict zones.
PhD in International Relations and MA in International Conflict Studies from King's College London.
- King's College London (University of London)
I hold a PhD (no corrections) in International Relations from the Department of War Studies, King's College London. I hold an MA in International Conflict Studies (distinction) from King's College London and an MA (hons.) in Modern History from the University of St Andrews. I grew up in the international environment of Brussels, appreciating the dynamic community and languages on offer, whilst also attending the British School of Brussels and following the A-Level curriculum. Outside of my academic life I enjoy sports, notably tennis and skiing, and am an avid theatre and art goer. I was heavily involved in societies during my undergraduate degree being a part of a musical production at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and gaining the St Andrews Music Department Vocal Scholarship in 2006-2007.
I am an approachable, sensitive, and competent tutor who always takes a considered approach tailored to the needs of a given student. I maintain a balance of academic rigor and making learning and revision fun.
PhD in criminology and social psychology, Oxford graduate, fully qualified barrister, and extensive experience in social research and public policy.
- University of Oxford
- University of Edinburgh
- University of Kent
I have a background in law, social policy, sociology, social psychology and criminology. However, I also support a range of subject areas and currently teach a numeracy and computer skills course, as well as tutoring social work, business, and law/social science students.
- academic tutoring and skills development, including essay writing, engaging with subject matter, and how to form arguments
- dissertation/coursework support from inception to completion
- holistic support, addressing any aspect of a student's life so that they are better able to focus on their studies
- career and future planning
I have a strong academic background and an in-depth knowledge of universities and what it takes to perform academically. I help my students to succeed on their own merit and to develop transferable skills such as writing and critical thinking. I work holistically with each student so that they can bring any aspect of their lives to the tutoring sessions to be addressed. This provides a confidential space and has a wider focus than more conventional forms of tutoring. My sessions are designed to support, challenge, inspire, and build confidence.
Dissertation, Academic Writing, Criminology and Psychology Tutor: MSc Forensic Psychology, published in International Journal of Law, Crime & Justice, working for the International Criminal Court, Office of the Prosecutor.
- John Jay College of Criminal Justice
- Yamanashi Gakuin Daigaku
- Utrecht University
I'm a Forensic Psychologist and published Human Trafficking researcher, currently based in The Hague working for the International Criminal Court. I'm half-Dutch, half-Slovak, speak seven languages and have lived and studied all over the world. I specialise in dissertation tutoring and academic writing skills, especially in the fields of Criminology and Psychology. I tailor my teaching style to each of my students, suited to their learning wants and needs. My aim is not to lecture or teach necessarily, but to foster tools and skills that can help a student develop the ability to learn independently from me!