Qualifications & background MSc Social Research (Distinction) - University of Plymouth MA Sociology (Distinction) - University of Leeds BA History and Sociology (First) - University of Leeds
Professional membership British Sociological Association European Society for Comparative Legal History
Research interests Undertaking an inter-disciplinary PhD on the subject of attitudes to alcohol in England and Wales.
Grants & contracts My PhD is funded by the ESRC.
Publications Yeomans, Henry (2011) 'What did the British Temperance Movement Accomplish? Attitudes to Alcohol, the Law and Moral Regulation', Sociology, Vol.45 (1), pp.38-53.
Yeomans, Henry (2011) 'Providentialism, The Pledge and Victorian Hangovers: Investigating Moderate Alcohol Policies in Britain, 1914-1918', Law, Crime and History, Vol.1, pp.95-107.
Yeomans, Henry (2011) 'Report on The European Society for Comparative Legal History Conference - Law and Historical Development from a Comparative Perspective', Law, Crime and History, Vol.1, pp.121-124. Yeomans, Henry (2009) ‘Revisiting a Moral
Panic: Ascetic Protestantism, Attitudes to Alcohol and the Implementation of
the Licensing Act 2003’, Sociological
Research Online, Vol.14 (2/3), www.socresonline.org.uk/14/2/6.html.
Yeomans, Henry (2009) ‘Report on The British Legal History Conference 2009’,
Crimes and Misdemeanours, Vol. 3 (2),
(2008) ‘Explaining Britain’s Alcohol Problem: Temperance Ideas and Ascetic
Protestantism’, Proceedings of Plymouth
Postgraduate Symposium: Buildings Bridges in Social Research,www.ppgs-research.org/presentations.htm.
Yeomans, Henry (2008) ‘Postgraduate Research
Report: Intoxicating Measures and Temperance Agendas’, Plymouth Law Review, Vol. 1, pp. 148-153.
Yeomans, Henry (2008) ‘Personal Reflections
on the SOLON Experiencing the Law
Conference’, Crimes and Misdemeanours,
Vol.2 (1), PP. 84-91.
Conferences organised I was part of the organising committee for the Plymouth Postgraduate Symposium 2009 (Faculty of Business).I am currently helping to organise the 'Coalition Policy: Implications for Equality and Justice' conference with the Social and Public Policy Research Group.