Dr Leanne Etheridge (formerly Franklin) 

Summary


   Position: Lecturer
   School: Cardiff School of Health Sciences
   E-mail: lfranklin@cardiffmet.ac.uk
   Telephone: +44(0)29 2041 6869
   Room No: D3.15


Teaching


Module leader
  • Media Psychology

Teaching
  • Research Methods
  • Psychology for Learning and Work
  • Developmental Psychology 1
  • Contemporary Issues
  • Social Psychology 2
  • Developmental Psychology 2
  • Research and Statistics
  • Media Psychology

Undergraduate Supervision
  • BSc Psychology: Qualitative methods
  • BSc Psychology: media, children
  • BSc Psychology: parenting, and emotion

Masters Supervision
  • Forensic MSc: Qualitative methods

Research Degree Supervision - Current
  • Anna Sweeney ‘Exploring prisoner’s concerns in a South Wales prison: an interpretive phenomenological analysis’
Publications


Books or Chapters
  • Franklin, L. (2012). Gender. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Franklin, L & Cromby, J. (awaiting publication – expected 2011). “There might be 10 paedophiles sitting round in their front room”: The 21st Century Monster. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
  • Franklin, L & Cromby, J. (2010). Everyday Fear: Parenting and Childhood in a Culture of Fear. In L.
  • Franklin & R. Richardson (Eds.). The Many Forms of Fear, Horror and Terror (pp. 161-174). Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
  • Franklin, L. & Richardson, R. (Eds.) (2010). The Many Forms of Fear, Horror and Terror. Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.

Conference Presentations
  • Franklin, L. & Cromby, J. (2010). “Life on the whole is more complicated than it was…” Paper presented at ‘Changing Families in a Changing World’, University of Edinburgh, UK.
  • Franklin, L. & Cromby, J. (2009). Everyday Fear: Parenting and Childhood in a Culture of Fear. Paper presented at ‘Fear, Horror and Terror’, IDNet, Oxford, UK.
  • Franklin, L. & Cromby, J. (2009). “There might be 10 paedophiles sitting round in their front room”: The 21st Century Monster. Paper presented at ‘Monsters and the Monstrous’, IDNet, Oxford, UK.
  • Franklin, L. (2009). ‘Parenting and Childhood in a Culture of Fear’. Poster presented at the British Psychological Society Annual Social Psychology Section Conference 2009, Sheffield, UK.
  • Franklin, L. & Cromby, J. (2008). ‘Emotion Metaphors: Describing the Indescribable’. Paper presented at ‘Subjectivity: International Conference in Critical Psychology, Cultural Studies and Social Theory’, Cardiff University, UK
Profile


Dr Leanne Franklin was awarded her PhD from Loughborough University in 2011, where she also did her undergraduate degree.

Leanne currently teaches Research Methods, Social Psychology, Media Psychology and Developmental Psychology and works with all levels of the undergraduate programme. She also supervises post-graduate students on projects that involve qualitative methodologies. Leanne also completed her PgCTHE in June 2012.

Leanne is also an active researcher and is particularly interested in topics that involve parenting and childhood. Her PhD was entitled ‘Parenting and Childhood in a Culture of Fear’ and examined contemporary fears, anxieties and concerns within parenting and childhood. She also has research interests in emotion (particularly fear), risk, language, critical psychology, and qualitative methodologies. Leanne has also written a textbook for the ‘Insights in Psychology’ series by Palgrave; ‘Gender’ was published in 2012. The book explores the development of gender during childhood from a psychological perspective.