- Inequality in the hidden abode of production: Class and working conditions in Sweden, 1995–2015. 2023
- A defense of waste: the case of municipal food recycling in Sweden. 2022
- The Swedish COVID-19 Enigma/Exception. 2022
- Ethnic, racial and regional inequalities in access to COVID-19 vaccine, testing and hospitalization: Implications for eradication of the pandemic. 2022
- “Just Throw It Behind You and Just Keep Going”: Emotional Labor when Ethnic Minority Healthcare Staff Encounter Racism in Healthcare. 2022
- Public Planning, Neoliberal Hybridity and Local Activism in Sundbyberg: Epochal Reconfiguration of Urban Development in Greater Stockholm. 2022
- Political stringency, infection rates, and higher education students' adherence to government measures in the Nordic countries and the UK during the first wave of the COVID-19 outbreak. 2022
- Making Independent Decisions Together: Rational Emotions in Legal Adjudication. 2022
- (Dis)passionate law stories: the emotional processes of encoding narratives in court. 2022
- Hedersrelaterat våld och förtryck: en förståelsemodell av ett komplext fenomen. 2022
Föreläsning med Zetterbergpristagaren Anders Sundell 2021
Föreläsning med Zetterbergpristagaren Lisa Lindén 2020
Lecture with Zetterberg prize winner Joscha Legewie 2019
Alumniprofil Karin Busch Zetterberg
Hedersdoktor Richard Swedberg föreläser
Föreläsning om Professor Segerstedt del 1
Föreläsning om Professor Segerstedt del 2
Föreläsning om Professor Segerstedt del 3
About the Department
Without confinement to any specific areas or themes sociologists engage in social science basic research. In doing so methods and theories aimed at the studying, understanding and explaining of social phenomena are developed.
Research and education at the Department of Sociology reflects this span and diversity. Here you will meet teachers and researchers who focus on areas like work, children, economics, gender, disability, self conceptualisations, networking, fashion, organization, urban life, sexuality, technology or aging.
Each semester about five hundred students are engaged in undergraduate studies, either as enrolled in any of the programmes hosted by the department, or in any of the numerous single subject courses, which can also be included, as compulsory or elective courses, in programmes hosted by other departments.
At the department Master studies can be carried out through single subject courses or through the Master programme in Social sciences.
The department staff comprises a total of about fifty researchers, teachers and administrators. Through the graduate programme, each year about five doctoral dissertations are completed.
Below you can see a short introduction from the Head of Department.