BiographyLucky at first to complete a research project assessing the efficacy of Hostels for (what were then called) ESN teenagers, and then to study and publish a book on English Girls' Boarding Schools, I was even luckier to carry out fieldwork which became a PhD on Adaptation to Industrial Life in Southern Nigeria (1965) followed by lecturing at Makerere University, Kampala. I then became a Broadcasting Audience Research expert - and have published in all these fields.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Qualitatively Quantitative Research in Social Psychology.
Psychology of Music particularly into the functioning of rhythms in 3 and in 2 time
Oriental Carpets, their design and repair
The meanings emerging from sculpture in public places
Published: Feb 04, 2016 by Global Media Post
Authors: Mallory Wober
London is one of the great cities of the world, and its Trafalgar Square is one of its prime ‘attractions’. The square contains a great deal of material evidence; much is written about it but most of it flounders to put together what this evidence might mean – as few recognisable rules have been ‘written in’ to nature of things and how they are assembled, to enable their makers to know what they mean to tell to others who see and hear it.