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Helen Norman and Mark Elliot

Helen Norman

Helen Norman is a Research Associate in the department of Sociology at the University of Manchester where she has been working since 2011 following the completion of her ESRC funded PhD (with a quantitative stipend) in Social Statistics in the Centre for Census and Survey Research (CCSR). Her thesis was entitled: 'Involved fatherhood: an analysis of the conditions associated with paternal involvement in childcare and housework. She then began her current role in Sociology as a Research Associate to the Deputy Dean for Research in the Faculty of Humanities - Professor Colette Fagan. This role includes advising the European Commission on gender equality policy as a member of the European Network of Experts on Gender Equality (ENEGE)

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Mark Elliot

Mark is an interdisciplinary methodologist based in the School of Social Sciences at the University of Manchester. His bachelor’s degree was in Psychology (Warwick) and his PhD in Artificial Intelligence (Nottingham). His research cuts across numerous disciplines and fields but he has particular interests in the data privacy, the relationship between data and self, and most recently attitude theory and measurement.

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Email: mark.elliot@manchester.ac.uk