Stephen Noon, Director of Strategy, Yes Scotland Right from the launch of Yes Scotland, almost two years ago, we knew our [...]Read more
FOCUS: On Stuart Hall
Gregor McLennan, University of Bristol Seldom can such glowing tributes have been paid to a social scientist than to Professor Stuart [...]Read more
VIEWPOINT: Fingers Crossed and Eyes Closed: The Evidence Free Approach to Probation Reform
Neil Serougi, Independent Researcher As reforms go, the current Transforming Rehabilitation programme seems to be heading to a chaotic and largely [...]Read more
On the Frontline: Left out. The other ‘other’
Lisa Mckenzie, LSE I grew up in Sutton-in-Ashfield, a small town in north Nottinghamshire, in an area called ‘The Dukeries’; [...]Read more
Policy Briefing: Care.data – what should we really be worrying about?
Laura Griffith, University of Birmingham Big data is not a totally new concept, but the sheer amount of data being processed [...]Read more
Race, Community and Conflict Revisited
Robert Moore, University of Liverpool It is nearly fifty years since the publication of Race, Community and Conflict, a study of [...]Read more
Challenging A Culture Of Racial Equivalence
Miri Song, University of Kent In the last several years, charges of ‘racism’ have been rife – whether on the football [...]Read more
Does Manga’s Transnational Cool Benefit Japan?
Casey Brienza, City University London Imagine entering a Waterstones bookshop. You step into a softly lit interior decorated in conservative shades [...]Read more
SAME-SEX MARRIAGE: TIME TO CELEBRATE?
Brian Heaphy, University of Manchester 2014 marks the tenth anniversary of Civil Partnership in the UK, and from March this year [...]Read more
Painting By Numbers: Locating Missing Girls in the Sex Ratio
Navtej K. Purewal, University of Manchester The Independent recently reported that it had commissioned the analysis of a series of [...]Read more