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Institute of Criminal Justice Research Members

Miss Caroline Andow BA (Hons) Sociology, MSc Social Policy

Postgraduate research student

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Miss Caroline Andow is Postgraduate research student within Social Sciences at the University of Southampton.

Caroline graduated with a first-class degree in Sociology and was awarded the Barry Turner Memorial Prize for the best final-year student in Sociology from the University of Exeter in 2006. In 2010, she achieved a mark of distinction in her masters degree in Social Policy from the University of Southampton. Caroline worked as a Senior Research Assistant within the Social Sciences department at the University of Southampton between 2010 and 2012 before embarking on her postgraduate research.

Research interests

offending, youth crime, pathways into and out of offending, criminal identities, group identities, empathy and emotional intelligence, child development, offender health and well-being, prisons and the secure estate, sociology of crime and punishment.

PhD supervision: Professor Rosalind Edwards, Professor Jenny Fleming, Dr Alisa Stevens
PhD research: Ethnographic research funded by the Economic and Social Research Council exploring the use of secure custody for young people in England.

Research group

The Institute of Criminal Justice Research

Affiliate research groups

Criminology, Offender Health and Well-Being Research group, National Institute for Health Research, Violence Reduction Unit

Miss Caroline Andow
58/4025 Sociology, Social Policy & Applied Social Sciences Social Sciences University of Southampton Southampton SO17 1BJ United Kingdom
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