Dr Judith Marshall
Dr Judith Marshall BSc (Hons); PGCE(FE); MSc; PhD; CPsychol; AFBPsS; FHEA
Programme Director BA Education Studies and Psychology
Lecturer in Psychology
Tel: +44 (0) 1792 482013
- Programme Director BA (Hons) Education Studies and Psychology
- Admissions tutor (Swansea Psychology undergraduate programmes)
- Module leader
- Personal tutor
- Member of Special Cases committee
- Dissertation supervisor
As part of the programme team at UWTSD, Swansea, I contribute to teaching, assessment and supervision within Psychology.
Prior to this I lectured in Psychology on the BSc Psychology and BA Social Inclusion programmes at UWTSD, Carmarthen and also assessed MSc Dissertations.
I have also taught Psychology on both undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes at Cardiff University, School of Social Sciences. These included BA and MSc degrees. I also taught on the PGCE(FE) programme, which included assessing lecturers on placement.
- Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society
- Chartered Psychologist
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
- Full member of Division of Academics, Researchers and Teachers in Psychology
- Full member of BPS Social Psychology section
- Full member of BPS Developmental Psychology section
- Well member of Welsh Branch BPS
- Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods (WISERD)
My main undergraduate teaching areas are Developmental Psychology, Individual Differences and Social Psychology.
My research interests include:
- The ways in which embodied knowledge and skills impact upon identity formation.
- People’s ability to identify and engage with political activity within their communities
- The ways in which knowledge and identity are constructed. Specifically, the ways in which people draw upon historically-rooted culturally-based understandings as symbolic resources for making sense of the world.
- The power of social and physical locales to constrain and facilitate the ways in which people are able to engage with education and imagine futures in education and work.
- PhD: ‘Imagining Futures in Changing Locales: De-industrialisation and education/work interfaces’. A contribution to social psychological theory.
- Qualitative methods and analysis, including interviewing, focus groups, photo-elicitation methods, mobile methods.
- Test User: Occupational Ability Qualification
- Test User: Occupational Personality Qualification
- Register of Qualifications in Test Use (RQTU)
Davies, SMB, Lohmann-Hancock, C., Welton, N, Sutton, L, McKnight, G, Fletcher- Miles, J, Jones, S, Williams, D., & Marshall, J. (2014). Perceptions of Poverty: A Study of the Impact of Age on Opinions about Poverty. Carmarthen: Pennath.
Marshall, J. (2011). Changing Landscapes, Changing Masculinities. Gender and Education Association Conference: Exeter University
Marshall, J. (2007). Imagining Futures in Changing Locales: de-industrialisation and education/work interfaces. Regeneration Institute Conference: Cardiff University
Marshall, J. (2007). Symbolic resources and educational trajectories: from the physical locale to psychological trajectories to learning ESRC Postgraduate Event: Cardiff University
Marshall, J. (2007). Learner Identities in Post-Industrial South Wales. Postgraduate Presentation Event: Cardiff University
Marshall, J. (2007). Imagining Futures in Changing Locales: de-industrialisation and education/work interfaces. Socio-Cultural Theory in Educational Research & Practice Conference: Manchester University
Marshall, J. (2005). Economic transformation in South Wales: exploring narrative methods for investigating learner identities. Socio-Cultural Theory in Educational Research & Practice Conference: Manchester University