AProf Sue Jackson
School of Psychology
Phone: 04 463 4721
Location: Room 513, , Kelburn Campus
Teaching in 2016
PSYC 238 - Special Topic: Lifespan Development
PSYC 324 - Child Cognition and Development
PSYC 326 - Discourse and Social Psychology
PSYC 406 - Gender, Media and Identity
MA, DipClinPsyc Massey University, PhD University of Auckland
Girlhood Identities, Gender and Sexuality, Media and Feminist Psychology
Sue's research areas focus primarily on young people, gender and sexuality issues, including sexual health. Some of the specific topics within these areas include investigations related to bodies, sexual coercion, sexuality education, safer sex and 'growing up girl'.
She is particularly interested in popular culture both from the perspective of messages about gender/sexuality/body it delivers and how young people make sense of that information. Part of her research on popular culture includes work with younger children examining gender issues in particular. She uses feminist, social constructionist frameworks and discursive methods in her research.
Member of GEA - Gender and Education Association