Posted by Faheema in Sociology on November 25, 2016
2 weeks till the end of the first semester!!! How quickly has time flown by?! It was only two months ago that I was writing my pre freshers blog post. Here we are with two weeks to go till the Christmas holidays (so thats 12 lectures and 6 seminars). But the end of the semester […]
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Is there an unanswered need to discuss mental health in our country’s schooling system?
Posted by Amy-Rose in Sociology on August 7, 2013
I’d firstly like to apologise for my recent hiatus in terms of blogging-posts – my life has been going at 100mph for the usual sluggish lifestyle I lead whilst home and surrounded by the nothingness of gorgeous Norfolk. However, after decimating my town centre with eager (and slightly desperate) CV’s during the Easter period, I […]
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Ethics and Euthanasia – where do we draw the line?
Posted by Amy-Rose in Sociology on July 10, 2013
There are two gargantuan barriers to research and study within the Social Sciences – morals and ethics – and if you’ve ever studied anything surrounding the mental state, wellbeing or outward influences of a person/group of persons, you will undoubtedly be very familiar with their importance. Within the discipline of Sociology, morals and ethics are […]
Conquering the control this exam season.
Posted by Amy-Rose in Sociology on May 16, 2013
There are two words I can utter to induce even the tiniest jilt of horror in every single student, at every different academic stage – those words? Exam. Season. Yes, folks! The (temporary) ending is nigh! Grab your essentials and run for the hills, because the months of May and June bring much terror to […]
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