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Sociology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 197 Sociology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

PhDs in The Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research

Our research focuses on issues of social and economic disadvantage as experienced by places and people. We invite applications for research study in any of our research strengths, which include. Read more
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Progressive Activism vs. Traditional Liberalism: Exploring the Ideological Schism on the Left

  Research Group: Social Psychology
Viewed within contemporary Western culture, there is a struggle playing out for the soul of the Left-wing. These factions have been variously labelled ‘Progressives’ vs. Read more

Research degrees in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies

The research focus of the School allows us to offer expertise in a wide range of interdisciplinary fields, including world-wide art history, critical analysis and theoretical cultural studies, as well as fine art practice in all media. Read more
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Misogynist Extremist Violence in the UK: Narratives, Drivers and Violent Offline Effects

Online extremism has become one of the most pressing issues in modern times. Recent research conducted within the UK Prevent early de-radicalisation scheme has shown that all Prevent referrals received (over the last 4 years) have been characterised by “a certain degree of online self-radicalisation”(Orofino, 2022). Read more
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Developing Safer Online Communities: An evaluation of disruptive strategies to break the link between incel ideologies, online extremism and violence against women and girls.

The proposed PhD will be an impact-driven and multi-disciplinary project, scrutinising the threat posed by online misogynistic radicalisation within the so-called ‘manosphere,’ with focus being awarded to developing recommendations for effective interventions, policies and public awareness campaigns to address this threat. Read more
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Mitigating climate related health risks to enable ‘place-based’ wellbeing for ageing populations

Climate change is the most important challenge of our times, with the potential to aggravate and cause serious health problems and population level changes in the wellbeing of whole communities. Read more
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Rooted Stories: The role of place-based narratives in fostering nature-connection

Overview. How can stories connect us with the landscapes we live in? How can they enrich our experiences of nature and place? And how can they open up these benefits to communities who are disproportionately excluded from green spaces?. Read more

Doctoral studentships available at City, University of London

Research at the frontier of practice. City, University of London is offering 15 doctoral studentships starting in October 2024 as part of an ongoing commitment to recruit 45 outstanding researchers to our six Schools by 2025. 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

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