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Sociology, Social Policy and CriminologyPart of Economic, Social and Political Science

Projects

List of all research projects in Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology
ProjectResearch Group
A ladder to success? Understanding access to, and the value of, apprenticeships in care homes
Ageing healthcare workers and ICT: Making healthcare workplaces healthy for 50+
Community-based initiatives in energy saving
Conceptualisations and meanings of ‘community’: the theory and operationalisation of a contested concept
Co-operative social capital? Mapping emergent connectivities across communities
Economic Change, State Priorities and the Wellbeing of Vulnerable Groups: Children and the Elderly in Russia
Family and Household Formations amongst Polish Migrants to the UK since 2004
Free movement, pension costs: the projected pension outcomes of European Union migrants to Britain in comparative perspective
Gender and well-being: interactions between work, family and public policies
Getting in and getting on in the youth labour market: entry process, under-employment and skill formation in regional economies
Masculinities and well-being in contemporary Russia
Masculinities in Transition: Enduring Privilege?
Office space: Performance, Productivity and Practice
Organising the Third Sector
Religion, Ethnicity, Citizenship: Young Jains in UK & USA
Religion, migration and entrepreneurship: The impact of transnational Pentecostalism in migrant entrepreneurship in the UK
Silicon Nanowire Arrays for Viral Infection markers ESPRC £1.3m
The British in South Africa: Continuity or Change?
The health and morbidity of friendly society members in the late-nineteenth and twentieth centuries
The reconstruction of British and German pension regimes
The role of the Third Sector in work with offenders
The third sector and the environment
The work, workforce, technology and organisational implications of the 111 single point of access telephone number for urgent (not-emergency) care
Welfare markets and personal risk management in England and Scotland
Who Emits Most? An Analysis of UK Households' CO2 Emissions and their Association with Socioeconomic Factors
Young people leaving care in the Russian Federation
Your Space! Siblings and Friends project

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