Papers presented at the 60th British Sociological Association meeting in London, 6-8 April
Posted on 19 April 2011
Members of staff and two PhD students presented papers at the recent BSA 60th Anniversary Conference in London
- Dr Merran Toerien, Professor Paul Drew, Ms Annie Irvine (Social Policy Research Unit) and Professor Roy Sainsbury (Social Policy Research Unit): Personalisation in practice? Two approaches to conducting benefits interviews in Jobcentre
- Mr David Hill : Ethics, New Media & Social Theory: the Messenger is the Message.
- Ms Kim Jamie: Pharmacogenetics and the Pharmacy Profession: A (Re)professionalising project?
- Professor Roger Burrows: Measuring the Value of Sociology? The Coming Crisis of empirical sociology symposium
- Professor Mike Savage: Sub-plenary for Methodological Innovations' stream on 'The BBC's Great British Class Survey: sociological tool or methodological fad'; Roundtable on '60 years of social class'; Author meets critics session on 'Identities and Social Change in Britain: the politics of method' and paper on 'Sociology's changing jurisdiction'
- Dr Rowland Atkinson and Dr Dave Beer: Sound Affects: Living with Noise and Urban Dissonance
- Dr Michael Morrison: Dynamics of cell science and commerical niches in regenerative medicine
- Dr Catherine Montgomery: STS goes South? Con/traversing public/health