MA Graduate Students
Research interests: Social inequality; Overrepresentation of Indigenous peoples in the criminal justice system
Research interests: Social Gerontology; Aging in Place, Social Isolation (Elderly Mental Health)
Research interests: Critical sociology; Media studies; The politics of neoliberalism and self-governance
Research interests: Gender, Health and Illness, and Sport. More specifically R.W. Connell's Hegemonic Masculinity Theory and how it interacts with Sport.
Research interests: social inequality in the criminal justice system
Research interests: Work and Labour Markets, Criminology and Health Inequality
Research interests: health and health inequality; migration and ethnic relations.
Research interests: Aging; Age-related safety concerns; Quality of life in old age; Provisions of care
Research interests: Social Theory; Social Inequality; Political Sociology
Research interests: Race/ethnicity, identity, and mental health.
Research interests: Work and Occupations, Organizations, Workplace Learning, and Qualitative Methods
Research interests: intersectionality, social inequality, and quantitative research methods.
Research interests: social inequality and the outcomes of immigrants.
Research interests: health inequality
Research interests: health inequality, health outcomes, social epidemiology, medical sociology and migration.
Research interests: social inequality in work and labour markets, quantitative methods, gender and racial inequalities.
Research interests: health, professions, and pharmacy
Research interests: Family Formation, Queer and Gender Studies, Race and Racial Inequality, Intersectionality, Sociolinguistics
Research interests: Intimate partner violence and mental health, differential treatment of women by male health care practitioners, quantitative methods
Research interests: I am interested in the intersection of social class and learning disabilities within the university environment. Particularly how students with learning disabilities conceptualize their identities, roles and responsibilities within the university and how social class facilitates these processes.
Supervisor: Dr. Wolfgang Lehmann