British Sociological Association

The British Sociological Association is the national subject association for sociologists in Britain. Founded in 1951, our members are drawn from a wide range of backgrounds including research, teaching, students and practitioners in a variety of fields. Through a range of exclusive membership benefits, specialist study groups and a busy calendar of events, we provide a network of communication to all who are concerned with the promotion and use of sociology and sociological research, helping to improve our understanding of society and social processes.

The moral necessity of austerity

Matt Clement blogs on 'Sociology and the Cuts' on the moral panic around balancing the economy and reducing public sector […]

8 years ago
10

“UEL losing its soul”

The latest blog-post on ‘Sociology and the Cuts’ is a pulling-no-punches critique of the proposal by the University of East […]

8 years ago
9
Skip to toolbar