Cydymaith Ymchwil
Cardiff University

Dr Sioned Pearce is a Research Fellow in Social Policy at Cardiff University’s School of Social Sciences. She specialises in the study of international welfare regimes, poverty, youth unemployment and devolution.

She is currently completing her ESRC Fellowship in sub-state social policy to address youth unemployment and labour market precarity across the UK.

Sioned also lectures and supervises as part of the School of Social Science’s Sociology and Social Policy Degree.

Please email for more details of the project and discussion: pearces11@cardiff.ac.uk

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Mae Dr Sioned Pearce yn Gymrawd Ymchwil mewn Polisi Cymdeithasol yn Ysgol Gwyddorau Cymdeithas Prifysgol Caerdydd. Mae'n arbenigo mewn astudio cyfundrefnau lles rhyngwladol, tlodi, diweithdra ymhlith pobl ifanc a datganoli.

Ar hyn o bryd mae hi'n cwblhau ei Chymrodoriaeth ESRC mewn polisi cymdeithasol is-wladwriaethol i fynd i'r afael â diweithdra ymhlith pobl ifanc a ansicrwydd y farchnad lafur ledled y DU.

Mae Sioned hefyd yn darlithio ac yn goruchwylio fel rhan o Radd Cymdeithaseg a Pholisi Cymdeithasol yr Ysgol Gwyddor Gymdeithasol.

E-bostiwch am ragor o fanylion o’r brosiect a thrafodaeth: pearces11@cardiff.ac.uk


Young People and the EU Referendum
This project is a study of young people’s attitudes towards and engagement with the EU referendum campaign. Using data from a dedicated UK-wide survey of under 30s and a wide range of publicly available data and academic research we will address four key themes.
Research Team:
Stuart Fox (Brunel University London), Sioned Pearce (Cardiff University)
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Analysing Focus Groups on Politics with Young People in Wales
This dataset exemplar outlines the process of analysing focus groups. It uses transcripts from research undertaken with 14- to 17-year-olds in Wales. The process of analysis, including the coding, categorising and theming, took place during July 2015. The aim was to explore...
Ionawr 2017
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Journal and Journal Article
The role of language in regeneration: the case of Communities First in Wales
The process of devolution in Wales over the past decade has changed the role and profile of the Welsh language as it has been increasingly promoted and utilised in policy by the National Assembly for Wales (NAW). Little research has been carried out to explore the affect of...
Tachwedd 2008
Cardiff Lunchtime Seminar Monetary value of volunteering: filling a gap in government public spend?
10 Ebrill 2018 |
Cardiff
Presented by Sioned Pearce, Cardiff University This seminar is part of the Cardiff WISERD Lunchtime Seminar series. If you are an external guest, please contact us (029 2087 9338) to confirm availability of places. For further information please...
Conference One-Day Symposium: Research Impact in the Social Sciences and Humanities
24 Ionawr 2017 |
Aberystwyth
A one-day symposium organised by WISERD and the Aberystwyth University Transformative Social Science Programme to discuss how to maximise the impact of research in the social sciences and humanities with non-academic audiences including policy-makers...