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Sociology PhD Research Projects

We have 80 Sociology PhD Research Projects

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We have 80 Sociology PhD Research Projects

International Trade and Development

Applications are invited for a self-funded, 3 year full-time or 6 year part-time PhD project. The PhD will be based in the Economics and Finance subject group and will be supervised by. Read more

PhD Studentship - Facilitating improved health in type 2 diabetes patients from low socio-economic and minority groups in the North-East

Number of awards. 1. Start date and duration. September 2021 for 3 years full time. Overview. This PhD studentship will explore health behaviours and attitudes to physical activity and dietary changes in relation to type 2 diabetes and obesity in low socio-economic status minority groups in the North East of England. Read more

3-year PhD in Co-production/implementation: Co-producing sexual health services with African and Caribbean heritage members of the public to reverse HIV inequalities

About the Project. The University of Bristol is offering a 3-year funded PhD studentship for an individual with strong qualitative/mixed methods skills and an interest in co-production, sexual health and addressing HIV health inequalities experienced by people of African and Caribbean Heritage. . Read more

Towards Net Zero Carbon: Researching and Innovating for Citizen and Business Stakes

ARU’s Global Sustainability Institute and the Faculty of Business and Law (FBL) are progressing ideas to form a new way of enabling existing technologies and know-how to accelerate sustainable solutions for our economy. Read more

Governing professional practice and culture in delivering ambitious net-zero carbon goals

  Research Group: Global Sustainability Institute (GSI)
It is essential that government zero-carbon commitments rest on a bedrock of professional practice and culture that effectively ensures that commitments are both feasible and ambitious. Read more

Interspecies care work in theory & practice: From shared marginalisation to mutual flourishing

Care work is an interspecies matter. However, the significant role of animals – particularly domestic animals like dogs and cats – in taking care of others is often overlooked (Coulter 2016). Read more

PSYCEN1: Improving acne care: Assessing psychological outcomes in routine clinical dermatology practice.

Supervision Team to contact. Dr Jim Morgan. ,. Professor Georgina Jones. &. Professor Alison Layton. Acne (syn. acne vulgaris) ranks as the most common inflammatory dermatosis seen worldwide and is second to dermatitis in terms of global burden of skin disease. Read more

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