The school's research is conducted through our research centres, which group together academic staff with similar interests.
These centres deliver high-quality research under our eight research themes, unified by a common concern with social justice. Each research centre has its own lead who is responsible for co-ordination of centre's activities.
The Criminal Justice Research Centre aims to further develop the school's reputation for producing world-leading research and scholarship in the field of criminal justice. It brings together research active scholars and stakeholders.
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The centre's research informs public and policy debate, as well as helping to shape the contemporary sociologies of identities, citizenship, equalities and migration.
The Institute for Science and Society is an international centre of excellence in Science and Technology Studies. Their work focuses on how science and technology interact with people, organisations and society.
The centre brings together the analysis of social and public policy, investigating a range of local, national, cross-national and global developments, issues and social problems.
The WHSCR centre brings together a wide range of multidisciplinary researchers concerned with different aspects of people's wellbeing.
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