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Chloe Froggatt

Chloe Froggatt MA, BA

Doctoral Researcher and Graduate Teaching Assistant


I am a graduate teaching assistant in sociology. My research interests include sexualities, sexual expression, sexual health/well-being, gender, the body, intersectional feminism and feminist research principles.



My PhD research is titled ‘A Qualitative Exploration of Women’s Sexual Expression’. The study is underpinned by intersectional feminist debates on re-claiming sexuality and gender expression within patriarchal Western socio-political climates. Utilising feminist research principles and storytelling methods, the project aims to listen to and empower self-identifying women’s stories, experiences and perceptions. I currently work within the Sociology department at Sheffield Hallam University as a graduate teaching assistant. I am also a casual research assistant on a project which focuses on young people’s sexual health/well-being and access to sex education. I studied MRes Social Science, undertaking commissioned research for the Sheffield Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) Task Group as part of a research team. We designed and implemented a research framework to gather insight into local teacher’s readiness to implement the new RSE guidance, producing a report of findings in 2019. I also completed a dissertation titled ‘Advocating for a Comprehensive, Rights-Based Approach - A Mixed-Method Study of Teacher’s Readiness to Implement the New Statutory Relationships & Sex Education’.



Department of Psychology, Sociology and Politics

College of Social Sciences and Arts

Year 1 Shaping Societies

Year 1 Researching Societies

Year 2 Education: Theory, Policy and Practice

Year 3 Education, Power and Control




BA Sociology




Advocating for a Comprehensive, Rights-Based Approach - A Mixed Method Study of Teacher’s Readiness to Implement the New Statutory Relationships & Sex Education Guidance (Commissioned MRes Dissertation)

A Qualitative Exploration of Women's Sexual Expression (PhD Research Project)

A Qualitative Exploration of Perceptions of Anal Sex: Implications for Sex Education and Sexual Health Services in England (Research Assistant Role)



Sheffield Sex and Relationships Education Task Group

Learn Sheffield

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals

Sheffield City Council

SAYiT Sheffield


Other activities

Post Graduate Rep on Sheffield Hallam University's Research Ethics Committee

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