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I have written widely on issues of alcohol and drug policy, having completed a PhD at Bournemouth University that looked at ideas of gender and class in people's understandings of drinking in the night-time economy.
After completing my PhD I worked for the Russell Group of Universities on higher education policy, with particular focus on university admissions, widening participation and public engagement, as well as immigration policy. I also did some work on employability and business collaboration
As well as being a Visiting Fellow at the university, I now work for Public Health Dorset, which has superseded the Dorset Drug and Alcohol Action Team (DAAT) in commissioning drug and alcohol treatment services within the Dorset County Council area.
- Haydock, W., 2016. The Consumption, Production and Regulation of Alcohol in the UK: The Relevance of the Ambivalence of the Carnivalesque. SOCIOLOGY-THE JOURNAL OF THE BRITISH SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, 50 (6), 1056-1071.
- Whiteford, M., Haydock, W. and Cleave, N., 2016. Two buses and a short walk: the place of geography in recovery. Drugs and Alcohol Today, 16 (1), 72-83.
- Haydock, W., 2015. Understanding English alcohol policy as a neoliberal condemnation of the carnivalesque. Drugs: Education, Prevention, and Policy, 22 (2), 143-149.
- Haydock, W., 2015. UK substance use policy research should think local. DRUGS AND ALCOHOL TODAY, 15 (3), 149-157.
- Haydock, W., 2014. ‘20 tins of Stella for a fiver’: The making of class through Labour and Coalition government alcohol policy. Capital and Class, 38 (3), 583-600.
- Haydock, W., 2014. Prohibition Review Article. Reviews in History.
- Haydock, W., 2014. The ‘civilising’ effect of a ‘balanced’ night-time economy for ‘better people’: class and the cosmopolitan limit in the consumption and regulation of alcohol in Bournemouth. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, 6 (2), 172-185.
- Haydock, W., 2014. The rise and fall of the ‘nudge’ of minimum unit pricing: The continuity of neoliberalism in alcohol policy in England. Critical Social Policy, 34 (2), 260-279.
- Haydock, W., 2013. Review of "Intoxication and Society: Problematic Pleasures of Drugs and Alcohol" by Jonathan Herring, Ciaran Regan, Darin Weinberg, Phil Withington, eds. (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012). The Social History of Alcohol and Drugs, 27 (1), 109-111.
- Haydock, W., 2012. Embodied sporting practices: regulating and regulatory bodies. LEISURE STUDIES, 31 (1), 124-126.
- Haydock, W., 2010. Review of "The Politics of Alcohol: a History of the Drink Question in England" by James Nicholls. Reviews in History.
- Haydock, W., 2010. "Everything is Different": Drinking and distinction in Bournemouth. In: Wellard, I. and Weed, M., eds. Wellbeing, Health and Leisure. Eastbourne: Leisure Studies Association, 63-80.
- Haydock, W., 2014. From Methadone and the National Treatment Agency to Alcohol Brief Interventions and Public Health England:Reflections on the Direction of Travel in Local Government Substance Misuse Policy. In: New Problems, Old Solutions? 11 December 2014 University of Leeds.
- Haydock, W., 2013. Towards an ‘eclectic’ and ‘quirky’ night-time economy? An analysis of government, culture and class in Bournemouth. In: Drinking Dilemmas: Space, Culture & Identity 12-13 December 2013 Cardiff Metropolitan University.
- Haydock, W., 2013. Regulating the carnivalesque: rationality, responsibility and distinction in the Coalition Government’s alcohol policy. In: Under Control:Alcohol and drug regulation past and present 21-23 June 2013 London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
- Haydock, W. and haydock, W., 2011. 'Social marketing and drinking cultures'. In: Alcohol Culture Exchange (AHRC & South West Alcohol Improvement Programme), 8 February 2011 Poole.
- Haydock, W., 2009. From Blue Rinse to Hedonism? Drinking in 21st-Century Bournemouth. In: Winter, G., ed. Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change (CTCC): Resorting to the Coast: Tourism, Heritage and Cultures of the Seaside 25-29 June 2009 Blackpool, England.
- Haydock, W., 2009. 'Binge' drinking, neo-liberalism and individualism. In: Eberle, T., ed. 9th Conference of the European Sociological Association: ESA 2009 2-5 September 2009 Lisbon, Portugal.
- Haydock, W., 2013. Before we start to think about ‘what works’, even on alcohol policy we need to know what we’re trying to do. LSE British Politics and Policy Bog. Available from: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/should-the-alcohol-industry-have-a-role-in-policymaking/.
- PhD in Sociology (Bournemouth University, 2009)
- MA in Social Research (Goldsmiths College, University of London, 2006)
- BA (Hons) in Modern History and Politics (Corpus Christi College, Oxford, 2005)