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Conducting Research Using Social Media Data

As a sociologist with a particular interest in research methods, I often tell people that I'm...
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The "SCIP" Analysis

A DISCUSSION: STRUCTURAL, CULTURAL, INSTITUTIONAL AND PERSONAL (SCIP) DISCRIMINATION An...
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What do Crime Statistics mean?

I read with interest the ONS figures from the 2016 Crime Survey of England and Wales (CSEW). I...
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We Are All Learners

The past few decades have seen dramatic changes in higher education that have resulted in a much...

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  • Conducting Research Using Social Media Data

    Paul Chappell, PhD University Sociology Tutor (Manchester) Picture As a sociologist with a particular interest in research methods, I often tell people that I'm interested in conducting social media research. When I say this, I find that people tend to assume that I mean research about the impact that social media has had on society since its inception a decade...
  • What do Crime Statistics mean?

    University Sociology Tutor (Milton Keynes) Picture I read with interest the ONS figures from the 2016 Crime Survey of England and Wales (CSEW). I have always been sceptical of crime figures that are thrown around casually, usually in the mainstream media to bolster some kind of agenda. In the Police they would often be used to justify that a...
  • We Are All Learners

    University Sociology Tutor (Bournemouth) Picture The past few decades have seen dramatic changes in higher education that have resulted in a much more vibrant and diverse student landscape than ever before. Not only have we seen a great number of new universities and courses emerge, but there has also been a noticeable difference in the...

 

  • The "SCIP" Analysis

    University Sociology Tutor (Glasgow) Picture A DISCUSSION: STRUCTURAL, CULTURAL, INSTITUTIONAL AND PERSONAL (SCIP) DISCRIMINATION An extract from my recently developed teaching/training manual in sociology, equality and educational studies. "There is no such thing as society. There are individual men and women, and families." ...