Dr Stuart Cameron

Dr. Stuart Cameron

Senior Lecturer in Social Care and Social Policy

School of Social Work, Care and Community

Harrington Building, HA316

+44 (0) 1772 89 5469


Subject Areas: Social work, Sociology, Education, Social Care

Stuart teaches on the Social Work, Social Policy and Sociology, and Community and Social Care programmes from Year 0 to Masters level.  His specific areas of interest are education policy, undergraduate employment, welfare history, social theory, and the sociology of childhood.

Full Profile

Stuart began teaching social policy and sociology in 2000 and has taught in several further and higher institutions.  Though he teaches and is interested in all aspects of social policy and sociology, Stuart’s specialist subject is education policy and inequalities in student experience.

  • PhD, Social Policy, UCLan, 2014
  • PGCE, Further and Higher Education, University of Manchester, 2001
  • BA (Hons), Social Policy, UCLan, 2000
Teaching activities and responsibilities
  • SW4303 Social Justice in Practice
  • SW4303 Social Justice in Practice
  • SW4066 Reflecting on Politics, Policy and Practice (Module Leader)
  • SW4012 The Making of Social Policy
  • SP4003 Social Theory and Social Policy
  • SW3802 Critical Social Policy
  • SW3723 Social Theory: A Textual Analysis
  • SW3721 Poverty, Homelessness and Supported Housing
  • SW2041 Comparative Social Policy
  • SW1805 Contextualising Welfare 2
  • SW1804 Contextualising Welfare 1
  • SW1067 Social Justice and Social Work


Cameron, S. (2014) Earning, Learning and Income: A Historical Analysis of Barriers to Accessing the ‘Educational Ladder’. PhD Thesis. University of Central Lancashire.