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Social Geography PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 14 Social Geography PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

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CoSS PhD Scholarship: These Islands: Austerity and Life Expectancy in Great Britain and Ireland

  Research Group: School of Social & Political Sciences
Information on the School/Research Group. The supervisory team consists of Professor Gerry McCartney (School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Glasgow), Dr Will Ball (Robert Gordon University) and Dr David Walsh (Public Health, University of Glasgow). Read more
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Critical remote sensing of Indigenous fire use in Guyana

Worldwide, controlled fire use plays an important cultural and economic role within small-scale livelihoods and Indigenous cultures that involve agriculture, pastoralism, forestry, hunting and/or gathering (Smith et al., 2022, Nature Sustainability). Read more
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Housing precarity in the Scottish private rented sector: disabled peoples’, their families, and carers’ experiences of private renting

Precarity is a pivotal concept in understanding the instability and insecurity facing private renters who are having to grapple with unaffordable rents, poor conditions, and lack of secure tenancies. Read more
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Just and Sustainable Transitions: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Understanding Behaviour Change in the Cairngorms National Park

About the project. The University of Edinburgh is inviting applications from suitably qualified graduates for a fully-funded PhD studentship in sociology to research the creation of just sustainability transitions in the Cairngorms National Park. Read more

What role for the voluntary and community sector in promoting community resilience?

The recently published UK Government Resilience Framework (Cabinet Office 2022) renews a commitment to a “whole-of-society” approach where strengthened partnerships with the voluntary and community sector (VCS) are seen as an important way of protecting communities. Read more

Valuing green and blue urban landscapes

During this prolonged period of neo-liberal development our discourse in the West has become fragmented between a growing concern for climate change/sustainability and a continued need to promote intensive growth and prioritise the needs of capital. Read more

Evaluating the Just Transition to effect policy change

It is an undeniable fact that the world faces environmental and climate crises of epic proportions. What is also clear to see is the social and political impacts of these crises across states and societies. Read more
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