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Sociology Research

Read more at: Gender Research Cluster

The Gender Research Cluster is based in the Department of Sociology and brings together graduate students and staff from across the university to explore the role of gender in academic research. In 2016/2017, we will meet to discuss gender in relation to a broad range of themes such as emotions, neoliberalism, race, and...

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Read more at: Race Research Cluster

The Race Research Cluster aims to bring together faculty, graduate and undergraduate students in the university researching, or taking interest in 'race'. Academically it offers a space for collaboration and dissemination, offering a platform for feedback on potential conference presentations, PhD chapters, and journal...

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Read more at: Political Sociology Cluster

Purpose The Political Sociology Research Cluster is an open, welcoming space that encourages scholars (developed and developing) to share new ideas and works in progress, with the goal of building confidence, community, and collaboration. Our aim is to connect students and faculty- within and beyond the department- who...

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Read more at: Technology and New Media Research Cluster

For the 2018-2019 academic year, the Technology and New Media Research Cluster convenes during the term on alternating Mondays 12-1.30pm in 17 Mill Lane Seminar Room B. The aim of the research cluster is to bring together academics from a range of backgrounds with an interest in technology and new media in order to explore...

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Read more at: Social Science Research Group

The Social Science Research Group (formerly the Sociological Research Group) has been renamed to indicate that its scope, although mainly sociological, includes other social science disciplines, including psychology, education, demography and economics. The purpose of the group is to bring together members of the Faculty...

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Read more at: Individual in the Labour Market Reading Group

We are an interdisciplinary research support group which has been established by members of the Department of Sociology and also attracts members from psychology, management, geography and politics. Our intention is to create links between those who have similar research interests. Our subject areas broadly consist of...

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