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thumbnail Special Recognition Award for Sociology’s Professor John Veit-Wilson

Professor John Veit-Wilson has received the highest honour of a Special Recognition Award from the Social Policy Association.

published on: 1st August 2014

thumbnail Blaming working-class parents for inequality lets our rampantly unequal society off the hook

Dr Stephanie Lawler and PhD student Jacqueline Close argue that social inequalities rather than bad parenting are more likely to be the root causes of a lack of social mobility.

published on: 30th July 2014

thumbnail Does the Cost of Elections Matter For Election Quality?

Running elections in advanced democracies is an expensive business. Alistair Clark explores a key issue of interest to both policymakers and scholars of electoral integrity.

published on: 29th July 2014

thumbnail Unruly Places reviewed by LA Times

Professor Alastair Bonnet's book Unruly Places: Lost Spaces, Secret Cities, and Other Inscrutable Geographies is reviewed by the LA Times.

published on: 29th July 2014

thumbnail MH17, Germany and Russia: the final straw?

Could the crash of flight MH17 be the final straw in German-Russian relations over Ukraine?

published on: 29th July 2014

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