Research at the department of Sociology
Research at the Department of Sociology
Research at the Department of Sociology is mainly theory-based empirical research with a clear connection to the surrounding community. Researchers at the department carry a long tradition of bridging the breakdown in "theory" and "empirical".
The research covers key social phenomena such as identity, policy, social, and value. In doing so also issues of ontology and epistemology are brought into question. Research areas represented by researchers and graduate students are: children's vulnerability, economic sociology, disability, organizational sociology, theory development, social gerontology, social psychology, and (through IBF) Urban Research.
The research is conducted either within one of the research groups at the Department - The Welfare Research Group, Cultural Matters Group, The Uppsala Laboratory of Economic Sociology and Emotion - Justice - Interaction - or in the form of research projects.
For a glimpse into the department's ongoing research 2022, here are interviews with four of our researches.
Research interview with Andreas Melldahl (Swedish)
Research interview with Marie Flinkfeldt (svenska)
Research interview with Stina Bergman Blix (English)
Research interview with Dominik Döllinger (English)
Research project funded by Swedish financiers
Primary investigators: Prof. Tora Holmberg & Sebastian Abrahamsson
Gender transitioning and the labor market
Primary investiagator: Emma Von Essen
Research projects that are funded by the EU
At the department three researchprojects are funded by the EU:
Understanding the practice and developing the concept of welfare bricolage (UPWEB)
Primary investigator: Prof. Jenny Phillimore (Birmingham University, UK) and Prof. Hannah Bradby
Strengthen Community Based Care to minimize health inequalities and improve the integration of vulnerable migrants and refugees into local communities (MigHealthCare)
Primary investigator: Prof. Hannah Bradby
JUSTEMOTIONS: The Construction of Objectivity: An international perspective on the emotive-cognitive process of judicial decision-making
Primary investigator: Prof. Stina Bergman Blix