Ms Sarah Moore

Lecturer

Lecturer in Psychology

Email: sarah.moore@ru.ac.za

Lecturer

BSocSc (Rhodes), BSocSc (Hons) (Rhodes), MSocSc (Rhodes)

Current Teaching Areas

Psychology I Augmented Course (First Year)

Personality Psychology (First Year)

Research Interests

My research interests lie in areas relating to feminist understandings of gender-based violence, sexual and reproductive health and rights for youth, and queer identity and same-sex sexualities, particularly within post-colonial and post-apartheid contexts. Currently, I am available to supervise research focusing on youth sexual and reproductive health and sexuality education programmes in South Africa.

Conference Presentations

Moore, S., Macleod, C., Lynch, I., & Chiweshe, M. (September 2019). Examining the positioning of queer youth within sexual and reproductive health policies in selected global South countries. Paper presented at the 2019 PsySSA Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Moore, S., Lynch, I., Chiweshe, M., & Macleod, C. (September 2017). Policy responses to the sexual and reproductive health and rights of queer youth in the global South. Paper presented at the Pan-African Psychology Congress in Durban, South Africa.

 

Moore, S. (July 2017). Gender-based violence faced by workers in South Africa: Prevalence, theories and debates. Paper presented at the Vuyisile Mini Winter School hosted at Rhodes University, Makhanda/Grahamstown. 

Böhmke, W., Bennie, R., Minnie, C., Moore, S., Pilusa, M., & Pollock, J. (July 2015). Just saying “no” is not enough – A Foucauldian discourse analysis of anti-rape poster campaigns. Paper presented at 9th Biennial International Society of Critical Health Psychology conference at Rhodes University, Makhanda/Grahamstown.

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