Research Student: Yanna Papadodimitraki
Pathways into online transgression in a comparative cultural context.
My research aims to investigate the behaviour and actions of online transgressors in United Kingdom and Greece and explore the role of national culture in the online environment. The research forms part of the cross-institutional, interdisciplinary project funded by the EPSRC.
I hold a BA on International and European Studies from the University or Piraeus and a MSc on Criminology and Criminal Justice from the University of Edinburgh. I have work experience both as a practitioner and as a researcher.
What makes me passionate about my subject?
Having worked as a researcher and practitioner, I became enthusiastic about interdisciplinary research and research-practice collaboration. This research project is ideal to combine different approaches and perspectives.