ARC 2022 Presentations AM

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10:00 - 10:25 Natalie Quinn-Walker Why aren’t male victims of domestic abuse listened to?  Nicola Derrer-Rendall How inclusive do Project Students really want the roles to be in the Supervisory Relationship? 

Law Research: the Next Generation 2.2 Panel 

Chair & Discussant: Dr Metka Potočnik


Ayodeji Ariyo - Directors’ Duty to Creditors in the UK: Knocking the Door of Insolvency

Elizabeth Ivwurie - A Legal Inquiry into Intellectual Property Rights in Nigeria: Suitability for Creative Industries? Discussing Theory and Method

Dr Matthew Davis - The Challenges for Individuals to Recognise Themselves as Victims of Human Trafficking

Swee Yee Shea - Study of Corporate Rescue in Malaysia and Challenges to Research

Jessie Allen Conversations with strangers in healthcare spaces  Emeritus Professor Roger SeifertBritish trade unions’ responses to strikes in the West Indies 1934-1938: solidarity with strings

Inclusivity in Community Research & Development Panel


Professor Laura Caulfield - Introduction

Dr James Rees & Sophie Wilson (BVSC) - Example of successful long-running collaboration between ICRD and BVSC Research 

Dr Josh Blamire -Alternative Futures in the Face of Crises: A Trip to Britain’s Highest Leave-voting Town

Dr Rachel Hopley -#WolvesWellbeingandMe: how some communities have been disproportionately impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic in Wolverhampton 

Dr Bozena Sojka - Young People’s Engagements with Heritage in ‘left behind’ places
10:30 - 10:55 Nneoma Otuegbe What About Us? Traumatic History and Contemporary Black Women’s Writing  

Krista Ball Exploring therapeutic bias towards people who are attracted to children but do not offend 

Ursala KhanCounselling Client’s Perspective of Cultural Competence 

Guriqbal Singh Servant leadership in Family Firms
11:00 - 11:25

Anastasia Novoselova What makes a book review helpful? 

Dr Marion West - ‘Out of the blue’: idioms and advice in online doctoral supervision meetings  Rebecca Homer - The lived experience of pregnancy with Inflammatory Bowel Disease  Begonya Ebot Effectiveness of Social embeddedness on black women-owned business outcomes 
11:25 - 11:35 Break


11:35 - 12:00 Judith Hamilton When interviews won’t do: using timelines in qualitative research  Tracy Wallis How do trainee teachers on an employment-based route experience ‘becoming’ a teacher?  Nkosilathi Moyo Investigating adult nurses’ ability to deliver nursing care in clinical practice.  Marc Groves Perceptions of Mental Health Employment Support Service Providers in the West Midlands Combined Authority. 
12:05 - 12:30   Angela Bonehill & Deb Nye -Quality of Education in a Safe Space: The Role of Feminist Pedagogy is Empowering Learners  Dr Lézelle Jacobs & Prof Peter Walton Corporate Governance and Insolvency Act 2020 – A sneak peak into the process evaluation of the Government’s Post-Implementation Review.  Stef Cormack Improving paramedic team performance when attending a cardiac arrest – the POHCAAT  Hajrija Dergic Green Marketing: Who cares?

Loreal Stokes & Dr Metka PotočnikThat’s me!: Eliminating barriers to postgraduate research study in the West Midlands 

12:35 - 1:00 Alexander PointonThe Importance of Adult Fans in Influencing LGBTQ+ Representation in American Children’s Animation. Angela Bonehill Exploring pedagogical interactions between children and home tutors: through the Kaleidoscope       Sandra Pratt - We are unique: Exploring students’ linguistic and cultural identities.