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Adrian Coyle
Emeritus Professor of Psychology, Kingston University London. Specialist in identity, psychology and religion, and qualitative research.
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Adrian Coyle Feb 19
Replying to @thehoff102 @JamiPeople
Yes indeed, Stephen. I’m very familiar with the great work done by If you come along next week, do say hello.
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Adrian Coyle Feb 16
I will be co-facilitating a discussion/workshop on ‘Religious communities and mental health: Developing constructive, supportive responses’ at Kingston University on Feb 27 (6.30pm-8pm). It’s open to all so do come along if you’re interested
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Guardian Education Feb 13
Market economics has driven universities into crisis – and we’re all paying the price | Owen Jones
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Adrian Coyle Feb 4
Delighted to hear that, Ifigeneia. I know that you and Fiona will produce something very worthwhile.
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Senior Rabbi Janner-Klausner Jan 29
Shalom - has at its Hebrew root “completeness”. Through this, our tradition teaches us how to achieve peace: to bring people together as one. The proposed plan for bringing peace to Israelis and Palestinians has sadly not followed this blueprint towards Shalom
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Adrian Coyle Jan 29
So pleased to hear it went well, Katharine, and all credit to for suggesting it and facilitating this invaluable experience.
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Adrian Coyle Jan 28
Replying to @DrRobNash
Yet another thing that me and him have in common, Rob...
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Adrian Coyle Jan 28
Replying to @silvesmarisa
Thanks, Marisa. I was afraid that if my application hadn’t been approved, I’d have had to seek an honorary position at the RuPaul Academy of Demure Beauty in order to have an affiliation for future publications. Probably best for all concerned that I didn’t have to resort to that
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Adrian Coyle Jan 28
I’ve just received official confirmation that has conferred emeritus status on me. I’m delighted to be able to continue my formal association with the university and support its work.
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Adrian Coyle Jan 28
Do let us know how you get on, Katharine. It’s important, creative research.
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Tushna Vandrevala Jan 26
Are our UK carrers in crisis?
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Adrian Coyle Jan 26
Replying to @c_gruenloh
Lovely to have that summary of what’s been happening post-PhD, Christiane. The (relatively) new post really does sound tailor-made for you. Very best wishes as you continue to craft this new phase of life.
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Stephen Reicher Jan 26
Did you hear 'The Science of Evil': on the roots of social psychology in the holocaust? If not, here's the link: . We owe , the producer, a huge debt of gratitude for producing such an invaluable resource for ourselves and for our students.
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Mick Cooper Jan 20
Working with clients who have religious beliefs different from your own can be a challenging aspect of counselling and psychotherapy practice. In our latest pluralistic practice blog, John Wilson shares his own pluralistic-informed approach to this work.
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Adrian Coyle Jan 20
The footage is from the Friday afternoon graduation. Freeze it at 0.41 and you’ll briefly see yourself receiving your PhD.
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Adrian Coyle Jan 19
For me, the highlight of Friday’s graduation ceremony was seeing receive his PhD for his thesis on ‘Building an Islamic Psychology and Psychotherapy: A Grounded Theory Study’. It was a joy and privilege to have supervised his research
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Adrian Coyle Jan 19
Replying to @AngelaMedPhD
I was sorry I didn’t get to talk to you on Friday, Angela. Having seen your PhD journey from start to finish, I was so glad to be there to see you graduate. Afterwards the Pro-VC for research asked me to explain your thesis title to her. I gave it my best shot!
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Adrian Coyle Jan 19
Replying to @AngelaMedPhD
I remember after my BA graduation, the Head of Department (a Catholic priest) asked me what I would do next. ‘I’m starting a PhD’, I said. ‘What made you decide on that?’, he asked. ‘Because I think I’d look wonderful in red robes’, I replied. He didn’t seem overly impressed.
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Adrian Coyle Jan 18
2/2 An alternative interpretation of that photo is that it comes from an unsuccessful financing pitch for a niche movie centred on academic superheroes. ‘Wielding social identity theory, social reps & thematic analysis, they saved the world with their critical analytic insights.’
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Adrian Coyle Jan 18
Delighted to have been able to attend the graduation ceremony at yesterday at which postgrads received their degrees. Here I am with 4 of the MSc graduates from my final group of Psychology of Religion dissertation students. 1/2
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