I am a Sociologist with significant industry experience within the charity sector and education. I have been, and I'm currently, active in the Third Sector for over fifteen years in a range of roles from charity and volunteer management at operational and senior level, fundraising, campaigning and community development work. I have also worked in youth projects and taught in secondary schools as a former Head of Religion and Philosophy and in HE colleges as an Access Course Tutor and Foundation Degree Leader.
I studied for a BSc (Hons) Sociology and Social Research and an MSc Social Research at Northumbria University, as well as an MA Gender Studies at Newcastle University. I am currently studying a part-time PhD at the University of Leeds exploring the life histories of older people living with HIV. I am primarily interested in the lived experiences of people living with HIV and AIDS as well as LGBTQI+ identities and human rights in light of global homophobia and oppression. My other research interests include global health and global issues as well as the role of the Third Sector and volunteering.
Dalton, Andrew (2017) ‘Just Take a Tablet and You’ll be Ok’: Medicalisation, the Growth of Stigma and the Silencing of HIV. HIV Nursing, 17 (2). pp. 63-68.
Dalton, Andrew (2016) HIV Stigma and Employment in HE: What Can We Do? Times Higher Education. ISSN 0049-3929
Dalton, Andrew (2014) A Fog on the Tyne? Attitudes toward HIV in the North East of England. Positive Nation.
Dalton, Andrew (2005) Understanding 12-14 Year Olds, Margot Waddell (Review). 0-19 Magazine. p. 27.
Dalton, Andrew (2004) Review of Book: Online Connections: Internet Interpersonal Relationships. Centre for Cyber cultural research.
Dalton, Andrew (2004) How to do the History of Homosexuality by David M. Halperin Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2002 (Review). Sexualities, Evolution and Gender, 6 (2-3). pp. 217-224. ISSN 1479-2508
Dalton, Andrew (2003) Virtual gender: technology, Consumption and Identity (Review). Centre for Cyber Cultural Research.
Dalton, Andrew (2017) Silent Scream? The Life Histories of People Living with HIV in the North East of England. Project Report. UNSPECIFIED.
Dalton, Andrew (2016) Cutting the Ribbon? The Current Health of UK based HIV/AIDS Organisations and the Effects of Austerity (2016). Discussion Paper. University of Sunderland, Sunderland.
Dalton, Andrew (2014) A Survey of Public Knowledge and Attitudes toward HIV in the North East of England. Project Report. Body Positive North East, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Dalton, Andrew (2015) '"I have a story to tell and I need to somehow help others by telling it". Living with HIV/AIDS and the usefulness of Life Histories as an Educational Tool for the Wider Community.'. In: European Sociological Association's 12th Annual Conference: 'Differences, Inequalities and Sociological Imagination'., 25-28 Aug 2015, Prague Congress Centre, Prague, Czech Republic. (Unpublished)
Dalton, Andrew (2015) '"Aren't you too old for that and with your condition?" The 'Double Impact' of Ageism and HIV-related Stigma on Older People Seeking Sexual and Intimate Partners'. In: Sex(y) Seminar Series, 30 May 2015, Northumbria University, UK. (Unpublished)
Dalton, Andrew (2014) Were things better back then? Is the Gay 'Community' now in Decline?'. In: Public Lecture, North of England Mining Institute, 3 Dec 2014, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. (Unpublished)
Dalton, Andrew (2014) Silent Scream? Issues faced using a Life Histories Approach when Interviewing People who are living with HIV in the North East of England. In: European Sociology Conference: Creative Applicatons of Biographical Research: Theory, Practice and Policy, 11-12 Sep 2014, Durham University. (Unpublished)
Dalton, Andrew (2014) 'HIV and AIDS Awareness'. In: CPD Training, 2014, Northumbria University. (Unpublished)
Dalton, Andrew (2010) Do they even exist? How do male sex workers negotiate their masculinity within their work? In: MA Dissertation Conference, 22 Apr 2010, Newcastle University. (Unpublished)
Dalton, Andrew (2013) Modern Weddings. [Show/Exhibition]
Last updated 27 April 2018