About the Centre

FLaG is an interdisciplinary forum for researchers and research users interested in family, youth, life course trajectories and transitions, educational pathways, inequalities and social change

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FLaG: FUTURES

Our new research addresses key issues of our age: the social implications of Brexit, the Coronavirus pandemic and the climate crisis. See our research pages and engage in upcoming events (TBC)

MSc Inequalities and Social Science

An interdisciplinary MSc programme hosted by SSP, with opportunities to develop applied research of value to partner organisations

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MA in Childhood Studies

A Masters programme hosted by the School of Education, with input from Sociology and Social Policy.

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About the Centre

The Centre for Research on Families, Life Course and Generations offers a hub for inter-disciplinary events and collaborations as well as running seminar series and workshops and UK wide research methods training events, particularly in the areas of qualitative longitudinal research, qualitative secondary analysis and mixed methods.

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News and Events

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Karen has been awarded an LSSI PGR Placement with Wakefield Council to work on their NEET strategy.

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BSA 70th Anniversary Virtual Conference We are pleased to share that members of FLaG will be presenting their research at...

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Postgraduate Researchers Pablo Cheyre & Eleanor Craig, both members of FLaG, have been awarded a Leeds Social Sciences PGR Impact Acceleration Award for a Spring/Summer 2021 project.

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FLaG is delighted to host this seminar as part of the SSP seminar series. Dr Wendy Bottero (University of Manchester)...

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Friday 26th March 1-2pm   Come and join us for a Work in Progress lunchtime session with PGRs and staff  PGR...

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 “The marginalisation of religious students in UK higher education” Professor Jacqueline Stevenson (Director of the Lifelong Learning Centre and Co-Director of...

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A space for Postgraduate Researchers to collectively and supportively face the challenges of writing together, with time to chat, set goals, write, and reflect on our progress in a friendly and collegial environment. Starting 12th February then fortnightly throughout the semester.

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