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4 million for study on the role of immigrant organizations for integration

RESEARCH GRANT: Olle Frödin, Johan Sandberg and Axel Fredholm at the Sociology Department in Lund and Shahamak Rezaei at Roskilde University have been awarded 4 million SEK for the project "Migration, Integration and Development: The Role of Transnational Immigrant Organizations in Sweden".

Liv Sunnercrantz has defended her thesis

Liv Sunnercrantz at the Department of Sociology defended her doctoral dissertation in sociology ”Hegemony and the Intellectual Function: Medialised Public Discourse on Privatisation in Sweden 1988-1993” today, 19th December, at 10:15 in Kulturens auditorium in Lund.

Katrine Tinning has defended her thesis

Katrine Tinning at the Department of Sociology defended her doctoral dissertation in Educational studies ”The Ambivalent Potentiality of Vulnerability. Museum Pedagogy in Exhibitions on Difficult Matters and its Ethical Implications” today at 1 pm in Stora Algatan's auditorium in Lund.

Lone Mothers Struggling to Make Ends Meet

PUBLICATION: Doctor of Sociology Terese Anving has published the article “Struggling to Make Ends Meet: Lone Mothers and Intergenerational Support in Sweden” in the journal Studies in the Maternal.

35 million SEK for project on elites in civil society

Sociology Professor Christofer Edling has, together with nine other researchers in sociology, political science, and social work, received a grant of 35 million SEK from Riksbankens Jubileumsfond for the project “Civil society elites? Comparing elite composition, reproduction, integration and contestation in European civil societies”.

How do pharmaceutical companies lobby authorities?

PUBLICATION: Sociology researcher Shai Mulinari investigates, together with Andreas Vilhelmsson, how members of Denmark's pandemic planning committee experienced lobbying efforts by the manufacturer of Tamiflu, the antiviral that was stockpiled before the pandemic of 2009.

Parenting strategies around children’s education in urban East Asia awarded 5 million

A grant of nearly 5 million SEK from Riksbankens jubileumsfond has been awarded to Doctor in Sociology Lisa Eklund, together with Kristina Göransson at the School of Social Work, for the project Parenting strategies around children’s education in urban China, Singapore and South Korea: A comparative ethnographic study.

Many people in China believe jade stimulates life energy

PUBLICATION: PhD Candidate Henrik Möller has published the chapter "Potentials of Feicui: Indeterminacy and Determination in Human-Jade interactions in Southwest China" in the book Emptiness and Fullness. Ethnographies of lack and desire in contemporary China.

Maria Gómez has defended her thesis

Maria Gómez defended her doctoral dissertation in Educational studies ”Teachers' Assessment and gradings Practices in upper secondary Science Classrooms in Sweden. The Teachers' and Students' Perspectives” today at 10 o'clock in Eden's auditorium in Lund.

Lotta Granbom has defended her thesis

Lotta Granbom defended her doctoral dissertation in Social Anthropology ”The Second Wave: The Urak Lawoi after the Tsunami in Thailand” today at 10 o'clock in Kulturens Hörsal, Lund.

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