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British Sociological Association
Founded in 1951, our members are drawn from a wide range of backgrounds – research, teaching, students and practioners in variety of fields. The BSA provides a network of communication to all who are concerned with the promotion and use of sociology and sociological research. As a registered charitable company the mission of the Association is to represent the Intel cultural and sociological interests of our members. The British Sociological Association is the professional organization representing sociologists in Britain.
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By British Sociological Association | Published: May 23, 2011
Matt Clement blogs on ‘Sociology and the Cuts’ on the moral panic around balancing the economy and reducing public sector services. The UK media are currently in the process of inflating public concern by alleging t buy cheapest viagra he need for large-scale public economies that ‘everybody’ recognises are necessary to avert chronic national indebtedness. [...]
By British Sociological Association | Published: April 28, 2011
The latest blog-post on ‘Sociology and the Cuts’ is a pulling-no-punches critique of the proposal by the University of East London to close the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. Under the proposal, social sciences would be distributed to generic soft tab viagra other schools within the university. The authors, Professors Gavin Poynter and Michael [...]
By British Sociological Association | Published: March 29, 2011
A blogpost on the BSA’s blog ‘Sociology and the Cuts’ by John Holmwood sets out the potential c viagra purchase onsequences of the government’s higher education reforms for sociology. He argues that the identity and status of sociology as a discipline are under threat. The issues John Holmwood raises will be discussed at the BSA [...]
By British Sociological Association | Published: March 1, 2011
The BSA Society of Health and Illness is now inviting nominations for the 2011 ‘Book of the Year’ prize. The deadline for nominations is 31 March 2011. The prize of £1,000 is awarded annually at the BSA Medical Sociology Group Annual Confere cialis buy online nce to the author or editor of the book judged [...]
By British Sociological Association | Published: January 18, 2011
Les Back explains in a blog on BSA’s ‘Sociology and the Cuts’ why an understanding of sociology would help senior politici buy essay for cheap ans make sense of opposition to their policies.