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Dr Rachel Ramsey


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Research Fellow and Impact Lead, Institute for Economic and Social Inclusion

I'm a researcher interested in testing theory, developing methodology, and using what are conventionally identified as "academic" findings to resolve real-world problems. My work in the Institute for Economic and Social Inclusion draws on my varied career history in academia, research impact, and consultancy. From 2018-2021 I was responsible for research impact at the University of Sunderland, including delivery of the impact component of the REF 2021 submission. 

I have a discipline-agnostic interest in research. This is reflected in the wide range of topics I've studied, from theoretical linguistics and network theory to vaccine hesitancy and education spending.



Research

I've undertaken qualitative and quantitative research in the private sector and academia, working with children and adults from age two onwards. I've worked with partners including PBS, No Outsiders, the BBC, the Royal Society for Public Health, Health Education England, the Cabinet Office, the NSPCC, and the British Library.

Publications

Number of items: 4.

Article

Ramsey, Rachel (2022) Individual differences in word senses. Cognitive Linguistics, 33 (1). pp. 65-93. ISSN 0936-5907

RICHES, Nick, LETTS, Carolyn, AWAD, Hadeel, Ramsey, Rachel and DĄBROWSKA, Ewa (2021) Collocational knowledge in children: a comparison of English-speaking monolingual children, and children acquiring English as an Additional Language. Journal of Child Language, 49 (5). pp. 1008-1023. ISSN 0305-0009

Ramsey, Rachel (2017) Laura A. Janda: Cognitive linguistics: The quantitative turn. Cognitive Linguistics, 28 (1). pp. 193-202. ISSN 0936-5907

Reports, briefing/ working papers

Aguilar Perez, Fernanda, Ramsey, Rachel, Satherley, Philip and Vohra, Jyotsna (2023) Children and Young People’s attitudes towards vaccinations – what they know and what they have to say. Project Report. Royal Society for Public Health, London.

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Last updated 30 May 2024