Research Profile

Fiona Dukelow

Biography

Fiona Dukelow is a lecturer in social policy and Programme Director of the Bachelor of Social Science degree. Fiona also co-ordinates the third year of the Social Science degree.  Third year Social Science students are very welcome to get in touch with her with any course-related queries (see contact details).  

Her teaching areas include Irish social policy; welfare theory and globalisation; philosophies of social science; and social policy and the environment. Her research interests include Irish social policy and the Irish welfare state in broad terms; Irish social security policy; economic globalisation and Irish social policy; the impact of the economic crisis on social policy in Ireland.

She is the author, with Mairéad Considine, of Irish Social Policy: A Critical Introduction (second edn.) (Policy Press, 2017).  She has co-edited, with Órla O'Donovan, Mobilising Classics: Reading Radical Writing in Ireland (Manchester University Press, 2010), Defining Events: Power, Resistance and Identity in twenty-first-century Ireland (Manchester University Press, 2015) with Rosie Meade and The Irish Welfare State in the Twenty First Century: challenges and change (Palgrave, 2016) with Mary P. Murphy. 

Together with her colleagues Órla O'Donovan and Rosie Meade she is series editor of Síreacht  published by Cork University Press. She is also a member of the editorial board of the Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy.

Research Interests

                      
Irish social policy and the Irish welfare state in broad terms; Irish social security policy; economic globalisation and Irish social policy; the impact of the economic crisis on social policy in Ireland

Publications

Books

 YearPublication
(2017)Irish Social Policy: a critical introduction (Second Edition).
Dukelow, Fiona and Considine, Mairéad (2017) Irish Social Policy: a critical introduction (Second Edition). Bristol: Policy Press. [Details]
(2009)Irish Social Policy: a critical introduction.
Considine, Mairéad and Dukelow, Fiona (2009) Irish Social Policy: a critical introduction. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan. [Details]

Edited Books

 YearPublication
(2016)The Irish Welfare State in the Twenty-First Century: challenges and change
Mary P. Murphy and Fiona Dukelow (Ed.). (2016) The Irish Welfare State in the Twenty-First Century: challenges and change Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]
(2015)Defining Events: power, resistance and identity in 21st century Ireland
Meade, Rosie and Dukelow, Fiona (Ed.). (2015) Defining Events: power, resistance and identity in 21st century Ireland Defining Events: power, resistance and identity in 21st century Ireland. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Details]
(2010)Mobilising Classics: reading radical writing in Ireland
Dukelow, F. and O'Donovan, O (Ed.). (2010) Mobilising Classics: reading radical writing in Ireland Mobilising Classics: reading radical writing in Ireland. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

 YearPublication
(2018)'Introduction To Themed Section: Neoliberalism’s Afterlives: States Of Neoliberalism, Power And Resistance In Post-Crisis Societies'
Kennett, Patricia and Dukelow, Fiona (2018) 'Introduction To Themed Section: Neoliberalism’s Afterlives: States Of Neoliberalism, Power And Resistance In Post-Crisis Societies'. Critical Social Policy, [DOI] [Details]
(2018)'Discipline, debt and coercive commodification: Post-crisis neoliberalism and the welfare state in Ireland, the UK and the USA'
Dukelow, Fiona and Kennett, Patricia (2018) 'Discipline, debt and coercive commodification: Post-crisis neoliberalism and the welfare state in Ireland, the UK and the USA'. Critical Social Policy, [DOI] [Details]
(2015)'Pushing against an open door: reinforcing the neo-liberal policy paradigm in Ireland and the impact of EU intrusion'
Dukelow, Fiona (2015) 'Pushing against an open door: reinforcing the neo-liberal policy paradigm in Ireland and the impact of EU intrusion'. Comparative European Politics, 13 (1):93-111 [DOI] [Details]
(2014)'Outlier or Model of Austerity in Europe? The Case of Irish Social Protection Reform'
Dukelow, F. and Considine, M. (2014) 'Outlier or Model of Austerity in Europe? The Case of Irish Social Protection Reform'. Social Policy and Administration, 48 (4):413-429 [Details]
(2014)'Between retrenchment and recalibration: the impact of austerity on the Irish social protection system'
Dukelow, F. and Considine, M. (2014) 'Between retrenchment and recalibration: the impact of austerity on the Irish social protection system'. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 41 (2):55-72 [Details]
(2011)'Economic Crisis and Welfare Retrenchment: Comparing Irish Policy Responses in the 1970s and 1980s with the Present'
Dukelow, F.; (2011) 'Economic Crisis and Welfare Retrenchment: Comparing Irish Policy Responses in the 1970s and 1980s with the Present'. Social Policy and Administration, 45 (4):408-429 [Details]
(2010)'Boom to bust: Irish social policy in challenging times, Special issue of Irish Journal of Public Policy'
Considine, M. and Dukelow, F. (2010) 'Boom to bust: Irish social policy in challenging times, Special issue of Irish Journal of Public Policy'. Irish Journal of Public Policy, 2 (1)   [Details]
(2010)'Introduction, boom to bust: Irish social policy in challenging times'
Considine, M. and Dukelow, F. (2010) 'Introduction, boom to bust: Irish social policy in challenging times'. Irish Journal of Public Policy, 2 (1)   [Details]
(2002)'From Social Exclusion to Social Inclusion? Tracing the Historical Development of Social Citizenship in the North and South of Ireland'
Dukelow, Fiona; (2002) 'From Social Exclusion to Social Inclusion? Tracing the Historical Development of Social Citizenship in the North and South of Ireland'. Administration, 50 (2):41-66 [Details]

Book Chapters

 YearPublication
(2018)'‘No longer “fit for purpose”? Consolidation and catch up in Irish labour market policy’'
Dukelow, Fiona (2018) '‘No longer “fit for purpose”? Consolidation and catch up in Irish labour market policy’' In: Theodoropoulou, Sotiria (eds). Labour Market Policies in the Era of Pervasive Austerity: a European Perspective. Bristol: Policy Press. [Details]
(2018)''Some sort of super welfare state'? The 'rediscovery' of poverty and Irish welfare state change in the 1970s'
Dukelow, Fiona (2018) ''Some sort of super welfare state'? The 'rediscovery' of poverty and Irish welfare state change in the 1970s' In: Erik Eklund, Melanie Oppenheimer, Joanne Scott (eds). The State of Welfare Comparative Studies of the Welfare State at the end of the Long Boom, 1965-1980. Oxford: Peter Lang. [Details]
(2017)'The Anglo-Saxon welfare states: still Europe's outlier - or trendsetter?'
Dukelow, Fiona and Heins, Elke (2017) 'The Anglo-Saxon welfare states: still Europe's outlier - or trendsetter?' In: Kennett, Patricia and Lendvai-Bainton,Noémi (eds). Handbook of European Social Policy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [Details]
(2017)'32 and 37 inches - the healthy body and the politics of waist circumference: a governmental analysis of the Stop the Spread campaign'
Dukelow, Fiona (2017) '32 and 37 inches - the healthy body and the politics of waist circumference: a governmental analysis of the Stop the Spread campaign' In: Edwards, Claire and Fernádez, Eluska (eds). Reframing health and health policy in Ireland. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Details]
(2016)'Irish water: past, present and future'
Fiona Dukelow (2016) 'Irish water: past, present and future' In: Mary P. Murphy and Fiona Dukelow (eds). The Irish Welfare State in the Twenty-First Century: challenges and change. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]
(2016)'Welfare states: how they change and why'
Fiona Dukelow and Mary P. Murphy (2016) 'Welfare states: how they change and why' In: Mary P. Murphy and Fiona Dukelow (eds). The Irish Welfare State in the Twenty-First Century: challenges and change. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]
(2016)'Introduction'
Fiona Dukelow and Mary P. Murphy (2016) 'Introduction' In: Mary P. Murphy and Fiona Dukelow (eds). The Irish Welfare State in the Twenty-First Century: challenges and change. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]
(2016)'Conclusion: the changing Irish Welfare State'
Mary P. Murphy and Fiona Dukelow (2016) 'Conclusion: the changing Irish Welfare State' In: Mary P. Murphy and Fiona Dukelow (eds). The Irish Welfare State in the Twenty-First Century: challenges and change. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]
(2016)'‘Pushing against an open door’: reinforcing the neo-liberal policy paradigm in Ireland and the impact of EU intrusion’'
Fiona Dukelow (2016) '‘Pushing against an open door’: reinforcing the neo-liberal policy paradigm in Ireland and the impact of EU intrusion’' In: Caroline De La Porte and Elke Heins (eds). The Sovereign Debt Crisis, the EU and Welfare State Reform. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]
(2015)'State to the rescue: the bank guarantee and Ireland’s financialised neo-liberal growth model'
Dukelow, Fiona (2015) 'State to the rescue: the bank guarantee and Ireland’s financialised neo-liberal growth model' In: Meade, Rosie and Dukelow, Fiona (eds). Defining Events: power, resistance and identity in 21st century Ireland. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Details]
(2014)'The role of national and international policy actors and influences in crisis times: the case of Ireland'
Considine, M. and Dukelow, F. (2014) 'The role of national and international policy actors and influences in crisis times: the case of Ireland' In: Michael Hill (eds). Studying Public Policy: an international approach. Bristol: Policy Press. [Details]
(2013)'Ireland’s economic crises in recent historical perspective: from resilience to retrenchment in the Irish welfare state?'
Considine, M. and Dukelow, F. (2013) 'Ireland’s economic crises in recent historical perspective: from resilience to retrenchment in the Irish welfare state?' In: Retrenchment or Renewal? Welfare states in times of economic crisis. Helsinki: NordWel. [Details]
(2013)'The role of globalisation in Ireland’s turn to austerity politics: a discursive institutionalist analysis'
Dukelow, Fiona (2013) 'The role of globalisation in Ireland’s turn to austerity politics: a discursive institutionalist analysis' In: Retrenchment or renewal? Welfare states in times of economic crisis. Helsinki: NordWel. [Details]
(2012)''Economic Crisis and Welfare Retrenchment: Comparing Irish Policy Responses in the 1970s and 1980s with the Present''
Dukelow, F. (2012) ''Economic Crisis and Welfare Retrenchment: Comparing Irish Policy Responses in the 1970s and 1980s with the Present'' In: The times they are changing? Crisis and the Welfare State. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell. [Details]
(2012)'From financial crisis to welfare retrenchment: assessing the challenges to the Irish welfare state'
Considine, M. and Dukelow, F. (2012) 'From financial crisis to welfare retrenchment: assessing the challenges to the Irish welfare state' In: Social Policy Review 24, Analysis and Debate in Social Policy. Bristol: Policy Press. [Details]
(2011)'Ireland and the impact of the economic crisis: upholding the dominant policy paradigm'
Considine, M. and Dukelow, F. (2011) 'Ireland and the impact of the economic crisis: upholding the dominant policy paradigm' In: Social Policy in Challenging Times: economic crisis and welfare systems. Bristol: Policy Press. [Details]
(2010)'Simone de Beauvoir's The Second Sex'
Dukelow, F. (2010) 'Simone de Beauvoir's The Second Sex' In: Mobilising Classics Reading Radical Writing in Ireland. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Details]
(2010)'Introduction'
O. O'Donovan and F. Dukelow (2010) 'Introduction' In: Mobilising Classics Reading Radical Writing in Ireland. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Details]
(2010)'Concluding remarks'
Dukelow, F. and O. O'Donovan (2010) 'Concluding remarks' In: Mobilising Classics Reading Radical Writing in Ireland. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Details]
(2005)'A path towards a more employment friendly liberal regime? Globalisation and the Irish social security system'
Dukelow, F. (2005) 'A path towards a more employment friendly liberal regime? Globalisation and the Irish social security system' In: International Co-operation in Social Security: how to cope with globalisation. Antwerp: Intersentia. [Details]
(2004)''Self-Improved Citizens': Citizenship, Social Inclusion and the Self in the Politics of Welfare'
Dukelow, Fiona; (2004) ''Self-Improved Citizens': Citizenship, Social Inclusion and the Self in the Politics of Welfare' In: Citizenship Revisited Threats or Opportunities of Shifting Boundaries. New York: Nova Science. [Details]
(1996)'The Creation of the Irish Welfare State'
Dukelow, Fiona; (1996) 'The Creation of the Irish Welfare State' In: Social Policy Course Reader. Cork: Centre for Adult and Continuing Education. [Details]

Other Journals

 YearPublication
(2012)'The Irish welfare state and the economic crisis: time to consider a universal welfare model?'
Dukelow, Fiona (2012) 'The Irish welfare state and the economic crisis: time to consider a universal welfare model?' The Irish Social Worker, (Winter) :22-25. [Details]

Blog

 YearPublication
(2018)Disciplinary neoliberalism: coercive commodification and the post-crisis welfare state, LSE British Politics and Policy Blog.
Dukelow, F and Kennett, P. (2018) Disciplinary neoliberalism: coercive commodification and the post-crisis welfare state, LSE British Politics and Policy Blog. Blog   [Details]

Journal Volume Edited

 YearPublication
(2018)States of neoliberalism, power and resistance in post-crisis societies, Themed Issue of Critical Social Policy.
Dukelow, F. and Kennett, P (2018) States of neoliberalism, power and resistance in post-crisis societies, Themed Issue of Critical Social Policy. Journal Volume Edited   [Details]
(2010)Boom to bust: Irish social policy in challenging times’, Special issue of Irish Journal of Public Policy.
Considine, Mairéad and Dukelow, Fiona (2010) Boom to bust: Irish social policy in challenging times’, Special issue of Irish Journal of Public Policy. Journal Volume Edited   [Details]

Magazine article

 YearPublication
(2017)Theory of water services.
Dukelow, Fiona (2017) Theory of water services. Magazine article   [Details]
(2017)How Ireland goes neoliberal, by stealth.
Murphy, Mary P and Dukelow Fiona (2017) How Ireland goes neoliberal, by stealth. Magazine article   [Details]

Unpublished Reports

 YearPublication
(1999)Youth Homelessness in Cork City.
Dukelow, Fiona; (1999) Youth Homelessness in Cork City. Unpublished Reports [Details]

Professional Activities

Honours and Awards

 YearTitleAwarding Body
2017Miriam Hederman O’Brien Award - Highly commended Foundation for Fiscal Studies

Professional Associations

 AssociationFunctionFrom / To
Irish Social Policy Association Member/
Social Policy Association Member/

Conference Contributions

 YearPublication
(2018)In the Shadow the 2008 Crisis: Ten years on, Social Policy Association Annual Conference,
Dukelow, F. (2018) ‘Recommodification since the crisis: Ireland as a case study’. [Oral Presentation], In the Shadow the 2008 Crisis: Ten years on, Social Policy Association Annual Conference, University of York, York, UK , 11-JUL-18 - 13-JUL-18. [Details]
(2018)Labour market policies in the era of pervasive austerity: a European approach’, European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) symposium,
Dukelow, F. (2018) ‘No longer “fit for purpose”? Consolidation and catch-up in Ireland labour market policy'. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Labour market policies in the era of pervasive austerity: a European approach’, European Trade Union Institute (ETUI) symposium, European Trade Union Institute, Brussels , 24-APR-18 - 24-APR-18. [Details]
(2017)Council for European Studies 24th International Conference: Sustainability and Transformation,
Fiona Dukelow (2017) 'No longer fit for purpose? Consolidation and catching-up in Irish labour market policy'. [Oral Presentation], Council for European Studies 24th International Conference: Sustainability and Transformation, Glasgow , 12-JUL-17 - 14-JUL-17. [Details]
(2017)Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics: What's next? Disruptive/collaborative economy or business as usual?,
Fiona Dukelow (2017) 'No longer fit for purpose? Consolidation and catching-up in Irish labour market policy'. [Oral Presentation], Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics: What's next? Disruptive/collaborative economy or business as usual?, Lyon , 29-JUN-17 - 01-JUL-17. [Details]
(2016)Cork Film Festival, Panel Discussion 'Peter McVerry A View from the Basement',
Fiona Dukelow (2016) Panel Discussion 'Peter McVerry A View from the Basement'. [Invited Lectures (Workshops)], Cork Film Festival, Panel Discussion 'Peter McVerry A View from the Basement', Triskel, Cork , 16-NOV-16 - 16-NOV-16. [Details]
(2016)International Association for the Study of Irish Literature (IASIL),
Fiona Dukelow (2016) The Irish Working Class An Interdisciplinary roundtable discussion. [Invited Lectures (Workshops)], International Association for the Study of Irish Literature (IASIL), University College, Cork , 27-JUL-16 - 27-JUL-16. [Details]
(2016)UCC/WIT Economy and Society Summer School,
Fiona Dukelow and Mary Murphy (2016) Assessing the impact of the crisis on the Irish welfare State. [Invited Lectures (Workshops)], UCC/WIT Economy and Society Summer School, Castletownroche, Cork , 10-MAY-16 - 10-MAY-16. [Details]
(2016)The Welfare State at the End of the Long Boom, 1965-1980, International symposium,
Fiona Dukelow (2016) ‘Some sort of super welfare state’? Poverty, wealth, inequality and Irish welfare state change in the 1970s. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], The Welfare State at the End of the Long Boom, 1965-1980, International symposium, UCD , 14-APR-16 - 15-APR-16. [Details]
(2015)Policy and Politics Annual Conference 2015 Democracy, Inequality and Power: Redefining Classic Concepts for the 21st Century.,
Fiona Dukelow and Patricia Kennett (2015) Legacies and trajectories of neoliberalism, post-neoliberalism and welfare states in post crisis societies. [Oral Presentation], Policy and Politics Annual Conference 2015 Democracy, Inequality and Power: Redefining Classic Concepts for the 21st Century., Bristol , 15-SEP-15 - 16-SEP-15. [Details]
(2015)Social Policy Association Annual Conference: Social Policy in the Spotlight: change, continuity and challenge,
Fiona Dukelow (2015) Water services reform and the re-structuring of the Irish welfare state. [Oral Presentation], Social Policy Association Annual Conference: Social Policy in the Spotlight: change, continuity and challenge, Belfast , 06-JUL-15 - 08-JUL-15. [Details]
(2015)European Trade Union Institute symposium: the sovereign debt crisis, the EU and welfare reform,
Fiona Dukelow (2015) ‘Pushing against an open door’ reinforcing the neoliberal policy paradigm in Ireland and the impact of EU intrusion. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], European Trade Union Institute symposium: the sovereign debt crisis, the EU and welfare reform, Brussels, Belgium , 03-FEB-15 - 03-FEB-15. [Details]
(2015)Rethinking The Irish Welfare State: challenges and change?,
Fiona Dukelow (2015) Water reform and the changing Irish welfare state. [Oral Presentation], Rethinking The Irish Welfare State: challenges and change?, Maynooth University , 23-JAN-15 - 23-JAN-15. [Details]
(2015)Rethinking The Irish Welfare State: challenges and change?,
Fiona Dukelow (2015) Synposium. [Conference Organising Committee Member], Rethinking The Irish Welfare State: challenges and change?, Maynooth University , 23-JAN-15 - 23-JAN-15. [Details]
(2014)The Irish Welfare State in and after crisis: resilience, resistance, retrenchment, reform,
Dukelow, Fiona (2014) The Irish Welfare State in and after crisis: resilience, resistance, retrenchment, reform. [Conference Organising Committee Member], The Irish Welfare State in and after crisis: resilience, resistance, retrenchment, reform, University College, Cork , 28-MAR-14 - 28-MAR-14. [Details]
(2014)What’s Left?’: Radicalism and the Academy, College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences Masterclass,
Dukelow, Fiona (2014) Good at arithmetic’, common sense and critique: exploring the non-demise of neo-liberalism. [Invited Lectures (Workshops)], What’s Left?’: Radicalism and the Academy, College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences Masterclass, University College, Cork , 29-APR-14 - 29-APR-14. [Details]
(2013)International Seminar on The sovereign debt crisis, the EU and welfare state reform,
Dukelow, Fiona (2013) ‘Doing whatever it takes’: financial crisis, retrenchment and reform of the Irish welfare state. [Invited Oral Presentation], International Seminar on The sovereign debt crisis, the EU and welfare state reform, Centre for Welfare State Research, University of Southern Denmark, Odense , 02-MAY-13 - 02-MAY-13. [Details]
(2012)European Social Policy Analysis Network (ESPAnet) Annual conference,
Dukelow, Fiona (2012) Financial crisis and the path of retrenchment and reform in the Irish welfare state. [Other], European Social Policy Analysis Network (ESPAnet) Annual conference, University of Edinburgh , 06-SEP-12 - 08-SEP-12. [Details]
(2012)Irish Association of Social Workers Annual Conference, Social Work and the Economic Crisis, Structural Solutions,
Dukelow, F. (2012) The Irish welfare state model and the economic crisis: alternative ideas and broadening debate. [Plenary Lecture], Irish Association of Social Workers Annual Conference, Social Work and the Economic Crisis, Structural Solutions, Dublin , 18-MAY-12 - 18-MAY-12. [Details]
(2011)Crisis and Renewal: Welfare States, Democracy and Equality in Hard Times,
Dukelow, F. ; (2011) The role of economic globalisation in Ireland's turn to austerity politics. [Oral Presentation], Crisis and Renewal: Welfare States, Democracy and Equality in Hard Times, University of Iceland, Rekjavik, Iceland , 02-JUN-11 - 03-JUN-11. [Details]
(2011)Crisis and Renewal: Welfare States, Democracy and Equality in Hard Times,
Considine, M. and Dukelow, F. (2011) Irish welfare state crises in recent historical perspective. [Oral Presentation], Crisis and Renewal: Welfare States, Democracy and Equality in Hard Times, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland , 02-JUN-11 - 03-JUN-11. [Details]
(2009)Cork Early Years Network Conference, Valuing Community Childcare,
Dukelow, F. ; (2009) Valuing early childhood care and education: socio-economic perspectives. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Cork Early Years Network Conference, Valuing Community Childcare, Cork , 05-NOV-09 - 05-NOV-09. [Details]
(2009)Boom to Bust: Irish Social Policy in Challenging Times,
Considine M. and Dukelow, F. (2009) Comparing the 1980s with now: Ireland and economic crisis. [Oral Presentation], Boom to Bust: Irish Social Policy in Challenging Times, Cork , 25-SEP-09 - 25-SEP-09. [Details]
(2009)Boom to Bust: Irish Social Policy in Challenging Times,
Mairead Considine and Fiona Dukelow (2009) Boom to Bust: Irish Social Policy in Challenging Times. [Conference Organising Committee Member], Boom to Bust: Irish Social Policy in Challenging Times, UCC , 25-SEP-09 - 25-SEP-09. [Details]
(2009)International and Comparative Social Policy, Social Policy and Economic Crisis study day,
Considine, M. and Dukelow, F. (2009) Ireland, globalisation and economic recession. [Oral Presentation], International and Comparative Social Policy, Social Policy and Economic Crisis study day, Sheffield , 07-SEP-09 - 08-SEP-09. [Details]
(2009)Policy Futures learning from the past?, Social Policy Association Conference,
Considine, M. and Dukelow, F. (2009) Globalisation, economic growth and recession: learning from the 1980s to understand the challenges to the contemporary Irish welfare state. [Oral Presentation], Policy Futures learning from the past?, Social Policy Association Conference, Edinburgh , 29-JUN-09 - 01-JUL-09. [Details]
(2004)International Co-operation in Social Security: how to cope with globalisation?,
Dukelow, Fiona; (2004) A path towards a more 'employment friendly' liberal regime? Globalisation and the Irish social security system. [Oral Presentation], International Co-operation in Social Security: how to cope with globalisation?, Stockholm, Sweden , 19-JUN-04 - 21-JUN-04. [Details]
(2001)New Natures, New Cultures, New Technologies, International Sociological Association Conference,
Dukelow, Fiona; (2001) 'From sustainable development to sustainable growth? Economic growth and the environment in Ireland'. [Oral Presentation], New Natures, New Cultures, New Technologies, International Sociological Association Conference, Cambridge University, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, UK , 05-JUL-01 - 07-JUL-01. [Details]
(2001)Small States in World Markets,
Dukelow, Fiona; (2001) 'Re-structuring social welfare policy in Ireland in the context of globalisation and social partnership'. [Oral Presentation], Small States in World Markets, Gothenburg University, Gothenburg, Sweden , 27-SEP-01 - 29-SEP-01. [Details]
(2000)Understanding the Social World,
Dukelow, Fiona; (2000) 'Citizenship and subjectivity in the politics of welfare'. [Oral Presentation], Understanding the Social World, Huddersfield University, Huddersfield, UK , 03-SEP-00 - 05-SEP-00. [Details]
(2000)Social Policy Summer School,
Dukelow, Fiona; (2000) 'Understanding the present through the past: tracing the historical development of social citizenship in the North and South of Ireland'. [Invited Oral Presentation], Social Policy Summer School, Queens University, Belfast , 21-AUG-00 - 25-AUG-00. [Details]
(2000)Environmental Values,
Dukelow, Fiona; (2000) 'Social Policy, Citizenship and the Environment'. [Oral Presentation], Environmental Values, University College, Cork , 23-JUN-00 - 24-JUN-00. [Details]
(1999)Irish Social Policy Association Postgraduate Conference,
Dukelow, F.; (1999) Irish Social Policy Association Postgraduate Conference. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], Irish Social Policy Association Postgraduate Conference, UCC , 01-JUN-99 - 01-JUN-99. [Details]
(1998)Exploring Community for the Next Millenium,
Dukelow, Fiona; (1998) 'The Welfare State, Community and Citizenship'. [Oral Presentation], Exploring Community for the Next Millenium, University College, Cork , 03-APR-98 - 05-APR-98. [Details]

Committees

 CommitteeFunctionFrom / To
Programmatic Review panel for the School of Business and Social Science, IT Sligo Member2016 / 2016
School of Applied Social Studies Graduate Studies Committee Member/
Cork University Press editorial subcommittee Member/
GMIT Programmatic Review Panel - BA Applied Social Studies Panel Member2014 / 2014
Department of Applied Social Studies Quality Review Committee Member2004 / 2005
Department of Applied Social Studies Interim Executive Committee Member2005 / 2007

Employment

 EmployerPositionFrom / To
Institute of Public Administration, at Cork Institute of Technology Part time Lecturer in Social Policy01-JAN-93 / 31-DEC-97

Education

 YearInstitutionQualificationSubject
1992University College Cork B.Soc.Sc.
1994University College Cork Ph.D.
2012University College, Cork Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning in Higher Ed.Teaching and learning in higher education

Consultancy

 ClientDescription
Policy Press
UCD Press
Peter Lang

Journal Activities

 JournalRoleTo / From
British Journal Of Politics And International Relations Referee-
Economic And Social Review Referee-
Journal Of International And Comparative Social Policy Member of Editorial Board-
Irish Political Studies Referee-
European Political Science Review Referee-
Political Studies Referee-
Journal Of International And Comparative Social Policy Referee-
Journal Of Social Policy Referee-
Regional Studies Referee-
Social Policy And Administration Referee-
Global Social Policy.Journal Of Public Policy And Socia Referee-
Irish Journal Of Public Policy Guest Editor-
Irish Journal Of Public Policy Referee-

Other Activities

 Description

External examiner for MA thesis WIT (2015).

External examiner for MA Social Studies WIT (2015-2018).

Member of European Trade Union Institute international network project: Welfare States and EU austerity: the case of labour market policies, 2015-2016.

Teaching Activities

Teaching Interests

I currently teach on the following modules:
SS1017 Politics and Social Policy (Part 1)
SS2018 Politics and Social Policy II
SS1102 Social Analysis
SS6306 Contemporary Social Policy Issues (Social Policy and the Environment)
SS6310 Critical Social Policy (Critical Theory and Contemporary Capitalism) 
SS7002 Philosophies of Social Science
SS7006 State and Society

I currently supervise:

Derek Chambers (DSocSc) (co-supervised with Lydia Sapouna)

Vicki Anderson (DSocSc) (co-supervised with Hilary Jenkinson)

Joe Whelan (PhD) (co-supervised with Pat Leahy)

Margaret Buckley (PhD) (co-supervised with Laurence Geary, School of History) 

Claire Dorrity (PhD) (co-supervised with Alastair Christie)


 

Recent Postgraduates

 Graduation YearStudent NameInstitutionDegree TypeThesis Title
2016Cliona Loughnane UCCPHDProblematising Big Food's Appetite for Policymaking: the case of childhood obesity
2003Paul Doherty University College CorkPHD

Current Postgraduate Students

 StudentDegree Type
Whelan Joseph Kevin Doctoral Degree
Anderson Victoria Practitioner Doctorates

Modules Taught

 Term (ID))TitleLinkSubject
2019Social Policy Analysis SS1302Social Policy Analysis
2019Politics and Social Policy (Part 1) SS1017Politics and Social Policy (Part 1)
2019Social Analysis SS1102Social Analysis
2019Politics and Social Policy II SS2018Politics and Social Policy II
2019Politics and Social Policy (Part 2) SS1018Politics and Social Policy (Part 2)

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