Amy Abdelshahid, who graduated on the MSc in Social and Cultural Psychology in December 2011, has had her MSc dissertation published in the JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY AND APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, a leading outlet for work in community health psychology. Amy’s thesis sought to reveal the complexity of rural parents’ attitudes to the circumcision of their daughters in Egypt. In a field that is rife with inaccurate generalisations and stereotypes, her paper makes a significant and interesting contribution. Amy is an experienced market and social researcher in London.
Link to the publication online (early view) http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/casp.2195/abstract