School of Social and Political Science

Dr Rebecca Hewer

Job Title

Chancellor's Fellow

Photo
Picture of Rebecca Hewer.

Room number

4.14

Building (Address)

Chrystal MacMillan Building

Street (Address)

15a George Square

City (Address)

Edinburgh

Post code (Address)

EH8 9LD

Research interests

Research interests

Recent Publications 

Hewer, R. M. (2021). Sex-Work, Prostitution and Policy: A Feminist Discourse Analysis (1st ed. 2021 edition). Palgrave Macmillan.

Cowan, S. Giles, HJ. Hewer, R. Kaufman, B. Kenny, M. Morris, S. & Nicoll-Baines, K. (2020) Sex and Gender Equality: a response to Murray and Hunter Blackburn. Scottish Affairs (Online First)

Cowan, S., & Hewer, R. (2020). Vulnerability, Victimhood and Sex Offences. In C. Ashford & A. Maine (Eds.), Research Handbook on Gender, Sexuality and the Law. Edward Elgar.

Hewer, R. (2019) Vulnerability and the Consenting Subject: Reimagining Informed Consent in Embryo Donation Feminist Legal Studies 27(3):287-310

Hewer, R. Smith, K. & Fergie, G. (2019). The Social Functionality of Humour in Group-Based Research, Qualitative Health Research, 29(3):431-444 (Online First 2018)

Hewer, R. (2019). A Gossamer Consensus: Discourses of Vulnerability in the Westminster Prostitution Policy Subsystem, Social and Legal Studies 28(2): 227-249 (Online First 2018)

Background

Rebecca holds a PhD in Social Policy from the University of Edinburgh and is a qualified (non-practicing) barrister in the jurisdiction of England and Wales. Her work to date has explored the socio-legal regulation of women's bodies.  

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