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Reducing Inequality in Autism Diagnosis and Support: Knowledge, attitudes and experiences of autistic females and the professionals who work with them (VP2220)

The understanding of autism is based heavily on a male-centred phenotype, with the male to female diagnosis ratio at 3 to 1. However, this it largely thought to be a result of under-diagnosis due to a limited clinical understanding of autistic presentation in females. Read more

Language, self, and society: Linguistic inequality and beyond

Language is said to be a uniquely human property which constitutes many aspects of our lives. It serves as a fundamental medium for interactions between people in the society. Read more

Six fully funded studentships are available in the Global Challenges Centre for Doctoral Training

The Global Challenges Centre for Doctoral Training provides a stimulating interdisciplinary environment for students to research a key global challenge. Read more
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A longitudinal exploration of a housing support programme for people with mental health and housing needs( Ref: WD_2022_03_WSCH)

Post summary. START (Support for Tenancy and Recovery Targets) was a pilot project which aimed to provide and/or sustain secure tenancies with support for people who are mental health service users with identified housing needs. Read more

PhD opportunities in Sociology and Communication Studies at Brunel University London

Address contemporary concerns and new cultural challenges with a world-leading team, receiving regular grants from the AHRC, ESRC & British Academy. Read more

Digital Humanities PhD (option of a joint PhD with National University of Singapore)

Our course gives students a unique opportunity to critically study the developments and implications of digital technologies on contemporary culture and society. Read more

How do international workers ‘negotiate’ care(er) responsibilities?

Recent global phenomena (e.g., COVID-19, Brexit, etc.) have seen significant socio-cultural, political, and economic changes shifts, affecting who we consider as international workers. Read more

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