Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies

Centre for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies
School of Sociology and Social Policy
Social Sciences Building
Leeds, LS2 9JT

Tel: +44 (0) 113 343 34418

Healthy Music Audiences Student Internship

Part-time, up to 30 hours (hours of work will be variable according to need), from April 2018 to July 2018

Hourly rate: £8.67 per hour (equivalent to University of Leeds Grade 2, pro rata)

Closing Date: 12th April 2018

Are you a current University of Leeds student with an interest in how research can impact on local culture and also engage with contemporary debates in popular music and gender?

This internship provides an opportunity to work alongside academics, and external partners to contribute to the Healthy Music Audiences research project. Healthy Music Audiences seeks to understand what makes for a healthy music audience in relation to the prevalence of sexual violence at live music events. The internship involves conducting a literature review; observation research into audience behaviours at live music events; documentary analysis of health and safety regulations at venues; interview transcript coding; working with external partners; and helping to devise guidelines for venues and partners.


Please see the job description for further details: Student Intern JD

To apply please email your CV and a covering letter detailing what you will bring to the role to r.l.hill@leeds.ac.uk with the following subject: Healthy Music Audiences_Internship2018

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