Dr Anne-Marie Martindale Ba, Ma, PGCE, PhD

Researcher Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology

Research

Research Overview

I am currently undertaking research into the comparative reasons for far right and Islamist radicalisation as part of the EU funded DRIVE project with Prof Gabe Mythen.

https://www.driveproject.eu

I am also continuing to disseminate the findings of earlier research into the relationship between faces, embodied identities and acquired facial 'disfigurements'.

https://eprints.leedsbeckett.ac.uk/id/eprint/5908/1/DisruptedFacesDisruptedIdentitiesAM-FISHER.pdf

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08rrc0k

Research Interest 1

The impact of community and national health policies and initiatives. Most recently I have been working as a member of the HACCRu Team on an evaluation of the Care Quality Commission (November 2014-June 2015).

My doctoral interests lie in the relationship between faces, embodiment and identity. I am particularly interested in acquired facial 'disfigurement', experimental facial transplantation and identity shift.

Research Collaborations

Dilemmas in Health

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Changing Culture Research Theme

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Myself and colleagues are collaborating with members of the network to examine the impacts of multi-disciplinary arts based interventions on health outcomes.

Fit for Work Group

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Member of the group working on sickness and return to work related projects.