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Sociology Research

 

2019

Miller, J. (PI) Funding for trauma resilience research (2019- 2022). Police Care UK (formerly Police Dependants’ Trust): £397,404.

2018

Carreira Da Silva, F. (PI) Rethinking Populism. Portuguese Ministry for Science, Technology and Higher Education - Foundation for Science and Technology (2018-2020): €208,000

2017

Ushiyama, R. (PI) The survival and reproduction of historical revisionism in Japanese public discourse: 1996-present. The British Academy (2017-2019): £228,390.

Burchell, B & Annor, F. Self-employment and family life: A study of workers in Ghana's informal sector. Cambridge-Africa Alborada Research Fund (2017): £6000

Miller, J. (PI) Funding for trauma resilience research (2017- 2019), University of Cambridge: £111,225.

2016

Williams, K. (PI) Alternative Metrics of Impact in Multilateral Agencies: The Potential for Knowledge for Sustainable Human Development. ERSC and Isaac Newton Trust (2016-2018): £173,618 & £16,209

2015

Burchell, B. (PI) Self-employment programmes for young people: a review of the context, policies and evidence. International Labour Organisation (2015): £15,000

Men's Attitudes to Intimate Life (MAIL), funded by the British HIV Association and the Wellcome Trust (2015-2018)

2013

Baert, P. (PI) Cooperation – socioeconomic sciences and humanities. EU Collaborative Project Programme, UK team (2013-16): €300,000

2012

Baert, P. (PI) The rise of French existentialism, 1944– 1947: a sociological explanation. Leverhulme Fellowship (2012-2013): £40,267

2011

Baert, P. (PI) The rise of French existentialism, 1944–1947: a sociological explanation. British Academy Small Grant (2011-13): £6,750