Criminology: Situational Action Theory, crime as moral actions, social ecology of crime, crime & human development, knowledge-based crime prevention policy.
About this Fellow
Accounting, auditing and organisations; sociology of quantification and valuation; the practice of regulation and risk management; risk cultures and corporate governance
- Professor of Accounting, London School of Economics
Social policy & social gerontology including polictical economy, comparitive research in Europe & East Asia, & the theory & application of social quality
Education at the interfaces of culture, policy and practice, usually though not exclusively in the primary phase: pedagogy, classroom discourse, curriculum, comparative/international education, education for development.
Intergenerational relationships in families & society; Social policies & poverty; Comparative family patterns & policies; Gender inequalities; Issues of reconciliation of family & work.