Bangor University


Dr. Alexandra Plows is a part time Research Fellow working on the AHRC funded Research project Hydrocitizenship This project is undertaking arts- based participatory approaches to issues of water and citizenship in specific localities, including a North West Wales case study. Alex is also working with Dr Tony Dobbins, Bangor Business School, on a project entitled Anticipatory responses to mass redundancy in the Welsh nuclear power industry , which is mapping stakeholder and worker responses to the forthcoming closure of Wylfa nuclear power station, Anglesey.

She was previously a Research Fellow at WISERD (The Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods), School of Social Sciences, Bangor University. Between 2003-2009 she worked at Cardiff University as a Research Associate in the Centre for Economic and Social Aspects of Genomics (Cesagen), identifying and theorising public engagement with human genetics/ genomics and related areas of bioscience such as nanotechnology and stem cells.

Prior to these appointments she undertook post doctoral work (Bangor University/ Welsh Assembly Government), defining and evaluating sustainable development criteria at a regional level; and also worked for Keele University on a project researching activist networks, as part of the Democracy and Participation programme. Her PhD focused on UK environmental direct action networks.

Social Participation and Identity - NCDS Project
Mae’r cynnwys hwn ond ar gael yn Saesneg. Cewch eich cyfeirio at y fersiwn Saesneg drwy glicio.
Research Team:
Amanda Coffey (Cardiff University), Huw Beynon (Cardiff University), Kate Moles (Cardiff University), Ian Stafford (Cardiff University), Alexandra Plows (Bangor University), Gareth Rees (Cardiff University), Gareth Williams, Howard Davis (Bangor University), Ian Rees Jones (Cardiff University), Jesse Heley (Aberystwyth University), Laura Jones (Aberystwyth University), Rhys Jones (Aberystwyth University), Martin Jones (Staffordshire University)