Dr. Mark Meadows
Mark is a Senior Lecturer in Social Theory in the Faculty of Education, Community and Leisure at Liverpool John Moores University. His doctoral thesis was concerned with social policy and its impact upon lone parents and from this he developed an interest in how social policy may be affected by wider political landscapes.
Mark was the Deputy Project Manager for the Gender Discrimination and Ageist Perceptions (GDAP) (ESF funded research) and was on the team that developed the GDAP Training Initiative 2006 – 2008. He was also past of the European Union funded Chance project looking at health literacy across a number of European member states.
He was, and is, also on the supervisory teams for doctoral studies looking at, for example, gender and age discrimination, employment opportunites for the visually impaired, homelessness and Liverpool Capital of Culture year. He further has responsibility for the development and delivery of a range of modules within the TEF centre.
Mark has presented papers at a number of national and international conferences, has been published both in the academic press and through commissioned reports, is part of the editorial team for relevant academic journals and has been part of the organising team at local, national and international conferences.
Current PostSenior Lecturer
- BA (hons)
Courses (Subjects) taught
- Food and Nutrition
- Community Nutrition
- Home Economics
- Events Management
- Tourism and Leisure Management