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FLaG welcomes applications to fully funded ESRC studentship award


We are delighted to have been awarded a fully funded ESRC PhD Collaborative studentship, led by Sarah Irwin. In partnership with Born in Bradford and its Age of Wonder qualitative longitudinal study with young people, we welcome applications to: Shaping the Future: Bradford young people's engagement with the future through action in the present Click...

FLaG hosts Dr. Jonas Masdonati


We are delighted to host Jonas Masdonati, University of Lausanne, through February and March. Jonas will be 'In Conversation' with Prof Bren Neale in an expert session on Qualitative Longitudinal Research and he will be contributing to a mini research symposium on vocational pathways, inequalities and work as part of the SSP seminar series. He...

Applied Research Project blogs


Each year we publish blogs written by students who undertook exemplary research on our Masters Applied Research projects. These are research dissertations undertaken with a non-academic partner. This year two students write about their work here. Accompanying Xiangruo's work is his poster which won the Lillian McDermott Award in Physics Education Research from the Institute...

Vital local support networks are an increasingly fragile lifeline in the cost-of-living crisis: Emma Hyde, Thomas Adnan-Smith and Dan Edmiston's new blog is on the LSE policy and politics website


The cost-of-living crisis is pulling low-income communities deeper into poverty. For those most vulnerable, support from family, friends, charities, and community groups is proving a crucial lifeline. Yet, new research demonstrates how these networks of “goodwill” are being depleted, carrying significant social and emotional costs, explain Emma Hyde, Thomas Adnan-Smith and Daniel Edmiston. see the...

Men, Families and Poverty: Book Launch event on 7th June at 12 - 1.30pm


We are excited to invite you to an online book launch Dr Kahryn Hughes, University of Leeds, and Professor Anna Tarrant, University of Lincoln  will be discussing their new book: "Men, Families, and Poverty: Tracing the Intergenerational Trajectories of Place-Based Hardship"

Work in Progress Workshop 19th May (2-3pm)


Kahryn Hughes and Dan Edmiston on Data Protection, Parsimony and Erasure in Social Research Note new time of 2 -3pm (link below) This WiP session will explore how existing methods and data practices mediate ways of knowing and responding to extreme disadvantage across the social sciences. Kahryn Hughes will discuss the challenges of working with...

Work in Progress workshop 28th April


We are delighted to welcome Alex Chelegeer and Prof Nick Emmel who will both present at our next WiP workshop on Friday 28th: 12 - 1pm