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Dr Angie Wilcock


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Senior Lecturer in Criminology

My professional background has been in front line service provision working with the most vulnerable. This includes working with statutory and third sector organisations in social housing, homeless projects, community offender management, family support within HMPPS. I am now part of the Criminology Team in the Social Sciences department and I embed my professional, research and academic knowledge and experience into my teaching.

I am passionate about the inequalities experienced by women and marginalised groups. This is embedded in my research interests which are: violence against women, gender and inequalities within the CJS, offender management and feminist research methodologies.



Teaching and supervision

I lecture in Criminology and I am Programme Deputy Lead for MSc Leadership in Criminal Justice and Policing. My teaching is predominantly in criminal justice, offender management, violence and abuse. I also supervise both undergraduate and MSc dissertation students within my specialist area. 

Research interests for potential research students

My research topics are: feminist research methodologies; emotionality in research, violence against women; domestic violence and abuse including, love and coercive and controlling behaviour; domestic violence and help-seeking; gender inequalities within the CJS and offender management.

Research

Current research: The transitional experiences of Thai women following migratory marriage in North East England (ongoing).

Other research:

  • The Training Needs of Magistrates in response to Domestic Abuse
  • An Evaluation of Children's Services Pilot Project
  • Evaluation of Tyneside Rape Crisis Pilot Project
  • City of Sunderland Digital Inclusion Evaluation
  • Gentoo Benefit Take Up Campaign

Publications

Number of items: 16.

Article

Malin, Nigel, Tunmore, Jane and Wilcock, Angela (2014) How far does a whole family approach make a difference: Designing an evaluation framework to enable partners to assess and measure progress. Social Work & Social Sciences Review, 17 (2). pp. 63-92. ISSN 1746-6105

Book Section

Wilcock, Angela (2021) Exploring Understandings of Domestic Violence with Women in Sunderland: Negotiating and positioning emotionality within sensitive research. In: Negotiating Families and Personal Lives in the 21st Century: Exploring Diversity, Social Change and Inequalities. Routledge. Sociological Future Series . Routledge. ISBN 9780367483401 (In Press)

Quaid, Sheila, Hugman, Catriona and Wilcock, Angela (2021) Introduction: Negotiating Families and Personal Lives in the 21st Century. In: Negotiating Families and Personal Lives in the 21st Century: Exploring Diversity , Social Change and Inequalities. Routledge. ISBN 9780367483401 (In Press)

Quaid, Sheila, Hugman, Catriona and Wilcock, Angela (2021) Looking Ahead: What does this mean for the sociology of families and personal lives in the future? In: Negotiating Families and Personal Lives in the 21st Century: Exploring Diversity, Social Change and Inequalities. Routledge. ISBN 9780367483401 (In Press)

Macdonald, Stephen J, Clayton, John, Smith, Peter and Wilcock, Angela (2014) The Impact of Digital Inclusion Initiatives in a Civic Context. In: Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology. IGI Global, pp. 6863-6873. ISBN 9781466658882

Monograph

Wilcock, Angela and Quaid, Sheila (2018) Exploring the Dynamics of Situated Emotionality in Feminist Standpoint Epistemology CASS. Working Paper. University of Sunderland, Sunderland.

Donovan, Catherine, Roberts, Nicola and Wilcock, Angela (2011) Tyneside Rape Crisis Centre Grace - Northumberland Sexual Violence Project: Evaluation and sustainability report. Project Report. University of Sunderland. (Unpublished)

Clayton, John, Macdonald, Stephen J and Wilcock, Angela (2010) Digital Challenge Evaluation. Project Report. Sunderland: Department of Community and Local Government, Sunderland.

Macdonald, Stephen J, Clayton, John and Wilcock, Angela (2010) City of Sunderland Digital Inclusion Evaluation Final Report. Project Report. University of Sunderland and CLG, Sunderland.

Conference or Workshop Item

Quaid, Sheila, Williams, Helen and Wilcock, Angela (2022) Do we need the HE classroom in Social Sciences to be a safe space or a discomforting space ? Research from the teacher perspective. In: CASS Public Seminar Series, 26 Jan 2022, University of Sunderland. (In Press)

Quaid, Sheila and Wilcock, Angela (2016) Exploring the Dynamics of Situated Emotionality in Feminist Standpoint Epistemology. In: BSA Post Graduate Forum Closer to Home: Emotional Dilemmas in Research., 15 May 2016, London School of Economics. (Unpublished)

Book

Quaid, Sheila, Hugman, Catriona and Wilcock, Angela (2021) Negotiating Families and Personal Lives in the 21st Century: Exploring Diversity, Social Change and Inequalities. Sociological Futures . Routledge, UK. ISBN 9780367483401 (In Press)

Thesis

Wilcock, Angela (2015) An exploration of the knowledge women in Sunderland have of help-seeking in response to domestic violence. Doctoral thesis, University of Sunderland.

Audio

Lonbay, Sarah and Deacon, Lesley (2022) The Portal Podcast: Linking research and practice for social work. Series one, episode five: A conversation with Angie and Sheila. [Audio]

Other

Quaid, Sheila, Wilcock, Angela and Hugman, Catriona (2022) Blog - Negotiating families and Personal Lives in the 21st Century, Exploring Diversity, Social Change and Inequalities. British Sociology Society, UK.

Donovan, Catherine, Wilcock, Angela, Cunnington-Shore, Chris and Easton, Jo (2020) The Training Needs of Magistrates in relation to Domestic Abuse. Unpublished Report. (Unpublished)

This list was generated on Fri Jan 27 17:56:53 2023 GMT.
  • Domestic violence and help-seeking
  • Domestic violence and coercive and controlling behaviour
  • Violence against women
  • Offender management
  • Feminist methodology
  • Emotionality in research

Last updated 19 December 2022