Mia Scally is currently a lecturer with the Department of Criminology and Sociology.
Within this role, Mia is the programme leader for BA Criminology with Psychology and BA Sociology with Psychology.
Prior to this, Mia taught at the University of West London and was a research associate with both the Centre for Abuse and Trauma Studies (Middlesex University) and Forensic Psychological Services (Middlesex University).
Mia also has previous practical experience with Victim Support and Her Majesty's Prison Service.
Mia teaches first year undergraduate students through to masters students, and specialises in: Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse; Victimisation; Violence against Women and Girls; Forensic Psychology.
Mia is a mixed-methods researcher with experience in quantitative, qualitative and visual methods. Mia previously module led the core MSc Criminology with Forensic Psychology research methods module, and specialises in quantitative analysis.
Mia has experience teaching a range of topics including research methods, offender rehabilitation, violence against women and children (for example, online child sexual abuse, intimate partner violence amongst young people, sexual and domestic violence and abuse) and other forensic psychological topics.
Mia comes from a psychological persepctive, allowing students to widen their understanding of key criminological topics and approach topics in an interdisciplinary way. Pedagogically, Mia is a firm believer in active learning and reflective teaching, incorporating methods such as problem-based learning, flipped classrooms and other such forms in her teaching.
Mia is currently the module leader for:
CRM3500 Violent Crime
CRM4202 Forensic and Investigative Psychology
Scally, M., Adler, J. R., & Horvath, M. A. H. (2018, April 24). Researching survivor experiences of trauma (Web Log Post), https://mdxminds.com/2018/04/24/researching-survivor-experiences-of-trauma/
Scally, M., DeMarco, J., & Davidson, J. (2016, September 28) The Digital World and Sexual Offending (Web log post), https://mdxminds.com/2016/09/28/the-digital-world-and-sexual-offending/
DeMarco, J., Davidson, J., & Scally, M. (2016, May, 26) Policing Online Child Sexual Abuse (Web log post), https://mdxminds.com/2016/05/26/policing-online-child-sexual-abuse/
Scally, M., & Horvath, M. A. H. (2015, May, 21) Confronting Intimate Partner Violence Amongst Adolescents (Web log post), https://mdxminds.com/2015/05/21/confronting-intimate-partner-violence-among-adolescents/
Intimate partner violence and abuse, online child sexual abuse, young people and pornography, offender interventions, violence against women and girls.
Please find a short video about one of my projects here.
Marzano, Lisa and Fraser, Lorna and Scally, Mia and Farley, Stuart and Hawton, Keith (2018) News coverage of suicidal behaviour in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention . ISSN 0227-5910 (Published online first)
Scally, Mia and Horvath, Miranda A. H. and Adler, Joanna R. (2018) Women's experiences of child custody in the context of intimate partner violence and abuse. In: British Society of Criminology Conference 2018: Transforming Criminology: Rethinking Crime in a Changing World, 04-06 July 2018, Birmingham City University, Birmingham, UK.
Scally, Mia and Horvath, Miranda A. H. and Adler, Joanna R. (2017) Women’s experiences of child custody in the context of intimate partner violence and abuse. In: British Psychology Society, Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference, 12-14 July 2017, Windsor, UK.
Scally, Mia (2016) Victimisation and risk online: what we know from ISEC. In: Digital World and Sex Offending: Policing, Cooperation and Victimisation Conference, 23 June 2016, London, UK.
DeMarco, Jeffrey and Davidson, Julia and Bifulco, Antonia and Scally, Mia and Cheevers, Carly and Schimmenti, Adriano and Caretti, Vincenzo and Puccia, Angelo and Corbari, Elisa and Schilder, Janneke and Bogaerts, Stefan (2016) EU online child safety: what does the literature say? Crimen et Delictum: International Journal of Criminological and Investigative Sciences , 11 (1). pp. 1-19. ISSN 2039-5671