Enhancing employability: Our sociology internships

We offer a range of paid internships to our students, giving them the chance to gain valuable work experience, and collaborate with us on important research projects. Here are a few of the projects we have supported:

Wedding discourses

Wedding Discourses, by Tanya Portch

Tanya's internship involved analysing discourse surrounding weddings and sought to understand the impact of matrimonial discourse on people’s decisions about weddings.

Read more about Tanya's project

Fracking

Anti-fracking protest in the UK, by John Bambury

John's internship involved researching socio-political controversy over fracking (hydraulic fracturing) in the UK.

Read more about John's project

 
Occupy movement

The Occupy movement, by Emma Pole

Emma’s internship involved researching the ‘collective action frames’ of the Occupy movement in the UK and USA.

Read more about Emma's project

Weddings, marriage and commitment

Weddings, marriage and commitment, by Emily Garbutt

Emily's internship involved researching weddings, marriage and commitment.

Read more about Emily's project

To find out more about our internship opportunities, please contact Dr Matt Ogilvie

92% of our Sociology students were satisfied with the academic support on their course.

National Student Survey 2017

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