The University of Worcester is offering three-year full-time doctoral research studentships for the project entitled: “Troubling the Practice of Inclusion and (Re)Homing Disability in Intersectionality: Physical Activity Experiences of Disabled Women with Multiple-Marginalised Identities”.
This project is supervised by Dr. Emma V. Richardson, from the School of Sport and Exercise Sciences, and supported by Prof. Győző Molnár, and Dr. Toni Williams. The research group leading this project is the Inclusive Sport and Physical Activity Research Group collaborating with the Sport England organization.
The aim of this PhD studentship will address Martin Ginis et al.’s (2016) call to develop and deliver strategies targeting PA inequities among disabled people as well as support target groups identified by Sport England.
To begin the application process for this studentship please go to http://www.worcester.ac.uk/researchstudentships and click ‘apply now’ next to the project you wish to apply for.
It is expected that applicants will have the following qualifications:
- A Masters in the area of Sociology of Sport/Exercise/Physical Activity/Disability Studies or equivalent professional experience.
- A First or Upper Second Honours Degree
- Applied experience in working with disabled and/or other marginalised groups.