This free conference presents key ideas and contemporary research from Sociology staff, for AS and A2 Level Sociology students in schools and Further Education colleges. Attendees following the WJEC or the AQA curriculum will have the opportunity to engage with staff about issues raised in doing real life research in today’s world, on intersecting questions of culture, beliefs, actions and large-scale inequalities. Talks will focus on methodological approaches, practical issues in research design, youth cultures and theoretical approaches to crime and deviance. There will also be a brief introduction to studying Sociology at Queens.
*Registration is now closed.*
Welcome Prof Daniel Muijs, Head of the School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work
Using Mixed Methods: How and Why Dr Cate McNamee
Taighde ón taobh istigh: Researching as an insider Fionnghuala Nic Roibeaird
'Don't kill your granny' Young people, Morality and the Covid-19 Pandemic Colin Leonard
Studying Sociology at Queen's – Prof Lisa Smyth
Theoretical Approaches to Crime Dr Jonathan Heaney
Academic lead: Dr Lisa Smyth at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note, this event is for AS and A Level students in schools and Further Education colleges.
|Dr Lisa Smyth