The School of Applied Social Sciences welcomes enquiries and applications from potential research students in any areas of the School’s expertise in the fields of sociology, social policy, criminology, social work, sport and community and youth work. Staff across the School contribute to a series of interdisciplinary research groups. Current major projects include studies on Youth Justice, Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programmes, youth work, health inequalities and Race, Crime and Justice. The School publishes a series of research briefings highlighting the outputs of research projects. Current and past research students in the School have also conducted a range of studies relevant to developments in contemporary theory, policy and practice for their doctoral dissertations.
Durham University PhD Studentship in Partnership with the National Football Museum
Durham University and the National Football Museum are inviting applications for a three year AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership PhD Studentship, available from 1st October 2017. The organisation Women in Football will also work as a project partner on the studentship.
More Information - https://www.dur.ac.uk/sass/pgresearch/funding/wif/
Closing date 31st May 2017