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Dr Tabitha Freeman

Research Associate, Social and Political Sciences

Dr Tabitha Freeman MA, PhD is a Research Associate at the Centre for Family Research in the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences. Her main field of research is gender and the family, with a particular focus on masculinities and fatherhood, psychoanalytic and feminist theory, and new genetic and reproductive technologies. Current research interests include the psychosocial and ethical implications of DNA paternity testing. Tabitha completed her MA in Sociology at the University of Edinburgh. In 2004, she was awarded her PhD from the University of Essex for interdisciplinary research on cultural and theoretical concepts of fatherhood.