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Allyson Malatesta

Senior Lecturer, Programme Leader Criminology and Criminal Justice, Associate Programme Leader Foundation Degree in Social Sciences

My interests are focused on the social issues surrounding the use of technology


    Malatesta, A. J. (2013) Elearning or E(l)earning: Contemporary Developments in the Commodification and Consumption of Education in Cudworth, E., Senker, P. and Walker, K. (eds)Technology, Society and Inequality: New Horizons and Contested Futures. New York: Peter Lang.


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    Research interests include the complex relationships that exist between science, technology, innovation and society, with a focus on information and communication technologies (ICTs) and also the current concern regarding the commodification, production and consumption of education.



    SC3010 Academic Literacy and Research for Social Scientists
    SC3011 Reading the World as a Social Scientist
    SC3012 Key Themes and Debates in Social Sciences
    SC4001 Social Policy 1
    SC5006 Understanding Social Change: Science, Technology and Society

    BA (Hons) Criminology and Criminal Justice
    BA/BSc Foundation Degree in Social Sciences

    Fellow of the Higher Education Academy:
    Link Tutor for The Grubb Institute:
    Member of the Education: Policy. Pedagogy and Practice Research Group
    Member of the Society, Technology and Inequality Research Group: