I currently teach Introductory social psychology at first year level (including self, pro- and anti-social behaviour, classic theories in social psychology, prejudice, relationships). At third year level, I teach social constructionist approaches to self and identity, including the following topics: masculinity, nations and national identity, and identity in the postmodern era. At fourth year level, I teach a course on Adolescence which covers historical, psychological and sociological approaches to youth, issues of identity and the peer group, popular cultures and subcultures, delinquency and sexuality. I supervise final honours projects in the areas of identity and youth issues, and/or which employ a discourse or conversation analysis approach. At postgraduate level, I contribute to a course, Approaches to analysing text, discourse and narratives (on M.Sc. in Social Research Methods).
Current PhD students supervised