The British Academy is a fellowship of around 1,400 leading national and international academics elected for their distinction in the humanities and social sciences.
Education at the interfaces of culture, policy and practice, usually though not exclusively in the primary phase: pedagogy, classroom discourse, curriculum, comparative/international education, education for development.
Social, economic and geographic histories of Scotland, the UK, and Western Europe since the 18th century. Social economy of households and families
Gender and ageing, including care-giving, older men, pensions; health inequalities, including women's health, social capital, cross-national comparisons; sociology of sleep, research on women, couples and ageing
Sociology of education with a focus on policy processes and social class equalities.
Research on unemployment, social inequality, gender and other social determinants of health over the life course
Sociology; Western Europe, Switzerland and France; Sociology of Religion; Cultural Sociology; Sociology of Ethnicity/Race; USA, Canada and/or Mexico
Demography; life course; family and fertility; transition to adulthood; social norms; comparative and cross-national research; social statistics; agent-based modelling
The strategy & structure of large multinational corporations, & in particular the processes of innovation & entrepreneurship that facilitate their adaption to changing economic circumstances.
Population and health geography; family, gender and migration; health inequalities; migration and health; disease clustering; longitudinal and administrative data
Social security policy; poverty and living standards; child well-being; and comparative social policy
Politics, Law, Economics - Religion Sociology of Religion
Children, young people, media and education: media use, civic participation, consumerism, youth culture, sexuality, media literacy, media regulation, identity