Report by Lauren Palmer, Sociology Graduand.
This British Sociological Association Early Career workshop and networking event took place on 17th July 2017 at Canterbury Christ Church University. It focused on bringing together both newer and more established scholars who are currently working on research concerned with romantic couple relationships. Continue reading
The conference ‘Policing Pregnancy: who should be a mother?’ took place on the 18 May 2017 at Canterbury Christ Church University. Tanya Portch, second year Sociology student, reports. Continue reading
Call for papers: Romantic relationships in a time of ‘cold intimacies’. BSA Early Career workshop and networking event, Monday 17 July 2017, Canterbury Christ Church University. This workshop will focus on bringing together scholars currently working on romantic relationships from a wide range of disciplines within the social sciences. Continue reading
The Sociology team had a busy summer attending and taking part in various national and international conferences, as well as running student internships, workshops and inter-disciplinary events. The programme had a strong contingent at this year’s British Sociological Association Conference at Aston University in Birmingham, with Dr Jennie Bristow, Dr Harshad Keval, Dr Rachel Thwaites and Dr Julia Carter all presenting their latest research. Sociology at CCCU also had a strong representation at this year’s International Sociological Association Forum held at the University of Vienna, where Dr Matthew Ogilvie, Dr Julia Carter and Dr Lorena Arocha attended and presented their work. Continue reading
The British Sociological Association (BSA) has just launched its new ‘Discover Sociology’ site, packed with interesting articles and useful resources. The site is aimed at sociology students and secondary school teachers, with teaching resources supporting key ideas and concepts; research methods; and topics ranging from education and crime to social inequalities, health, and families. Check it out!