Dr Anna Tippett
Dr Anna Tippett is a lecturer in criminology at the University of Hertfordshire.
She has previously been a lecturer in the fields of sociology and crimonolgy at the University of Greenwich, Buckinghamshire New University and Brunel University.
Her doctoral research, undertaken at Brunel University, analysed the sexualisation of British popular culture with a specific focus on the rise of lads’ mags and lad culture. Her wider research areas fall within the disciplines of both sociology and criminology, with a focus on perceptions of feminism, media representations of gender and sexuality, effective rehabilitation initiatives, hate incidents and discrimination.
|Current job role||Lecturer in Criminology|
|Department||Hertfordshire Law School|
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