Dr Jasmine FledderjohannLecturer in Sociology and Social Work
Broadly speaking, my research focuses on social justice and inequalities, particularly in the area of health and well-being. I examine 1) food security and nutrition and 2) sexual and reproductive health around the globe. I am currently a UKRI Future Leaders Fellow. My fellowship examines the measurement and sociocultural correlates of food insecurity in Ethiopia, India, Peru, and Vietnam.
PhD Supervision Interests
I am interested in supervising students with interests in social demography, family sociology, gender, and health disparities. My research interests focus broadly on maternal, child, and reproductive health, including food insecurity, the measurement and social consequences of infertility, gender disparities in child health and feeding practices, and risk factors for maternal malnutrition. Proposals within these broad areas would be welcomed. Much of my work focuses on low- and middle-income countries, but I am open to supervising theses in other settings as well.
Food Insecurity, Intrahousehold Dynamics, and Lifecourse Outcomes in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
21/10/2020 → 20/10/2024
LU Symposium on Child and Adolescent Mental Health
Public Lecture/ Debate/Seminar
Counting, Measuring and Classification in Critical Data Practice
Participation in workshop, seminar, course
- Centre for Child and Family Justice Research
- Centre for Gender and Women's Studies
- DSI - Society