Links & Resources
The Associates Scheme offered an opportunity to thousands of young people in the 14-19 age group in schools and colleges throughout England. The Scheme offered an opportunity to students to work with undergraduates and get a sense that studying for a degree could open doors to all sorts of exciting job opportunities and that higher education is achievable, affordable and enjoyable.
Child Safety in Agriculture
A link to the Child Safety in Agriculture website. SOCSI, HSE & the TGWU are working in partnership on a research project looking at child safety on farms. Mike Walters (HM Inspector of Health & Safety) is currently seconded to the TGWU working on this research project under the guidance of Professor David Walters.
Harry Collins's Gravitational Wave Project
Humanities and Social Studies Board
In Pursuit of the Future
A link to the website of 'In Pursuit of the Future’, a three-year research project under the UK Economic and Social Research Council’s Professorial Fellowship Scheme.
Production of Hypermedia Ethnography
A link to the Cardiff School of Social Sciences Hypermedia and Qualitative Research website, including information about a project called 'Production of Hypermedia Ethnography', involving Dr Bella Dicks and Bruce Mason.
Equality and Diversity Learning in the European Steel Industry
A link to the website of 'Equality and Diversity Learning in the European Steel Industry'. The main aim of the project is to contribute to the mainstreaming of equality within the European steel industry, with the support of the Commission of the European Communities under the Leonardo da Vinci programme.
Regenerating Identities: subjectivity in transition in a South Wales workforce
The website of 'Regenerating Identities: subjectivity in transition in a South Wales workforce', an ESRC funded project (March 2005 to December 2006) involving Peter Fairbrother, Luis Jimenez and Valerie Walkerdine. The project brings critical psychological approaches to identity and subjectivity into dialogue with sociology to investigate the transformation of worker identity as an aspect of community regeneration.
Seafarers International Research Centre
SIRC conducts professional scientific research solely focused on seafarers, looking into the social, political, and economic dimensions of seafarers lives. SIRC was established in 1995 as part of the Cardiff University School of Social Sciences with a view to conducting research on seafarers, and has since built up unparalleled experience of research in this field.
ESRC Regional Training Centre @ Cardiff University
The School of Social Sciences is able to host research training and capacity building events for ESRC-funded investments. These events are organised and delivered by recognised social science experts or organisations from across the UK.