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March 2018
We have heard all about the economics and political implications of Brexit, but what can sociology add to our understanding of this crucial issue? Martin Holborn investigates.
December 2017
Young people and crime: John Williams investigates sentencing policy for young offenders and the case of BAME young people
October 2017
Ethnicity and the criminal justice system: Joan Garrod looks at the issue of over-representation of BAME individuals in UK prison
March 2017
Is there a crisis in the NHS? Martin Holborn looks at whether the health service is experiencing the usual winter pressures, or caught up in a privatisation plot
December 2016
Social changes such as a minimum wage, equal-pay legislation and the expansion of higher education were introduced to raise levels of social mobility. Joan Garrod asks
whether this actually happened
October 2016
The Calais ‘Jungle': What is it? Who lives there? Why should we be concerned about it? Joan Garrod investigates
March 2016
Starman or earthling? David Bowie’s postmodern identities
December 2015
Understanding public mourning: John Williams considers what remembrance ceremonies mean and why we observe them
October 2015
Feminism or ‘sextremism’? Joan Garrod looks at the effectiveness of extreme tactics in getting across a feminist message