Professor Sylvia Walby will present evidence that violent crime in England and Wales is increasing.
The work of two sociology undergraduate students Ben Clay (3rd year, Organization Studies and Sociology) and Molly Gay (2nd year, Sociology and Criminology) was recognized at the Richardson Institute Internship Programme Research Exhibition event that took place on Thursday 28 April.
Standard sexual health education may need re-thinking for care experienced young people to reduce unplanned pregnancy, says a new report.
John Urry, longstanding colleague and an influential scholar who has shaped several fields of sociology, died suddenly, 18th March
New research led by Lancaster University's Distinguished Professor of Sociology, Sylvia Walby on the gender dimension of trafficking in human beings was published and launched today in the European Parliament.
Dr Jude Towers has been presenting research findings on the increasing rate of domestic violent crime in England and Wales at the recent N8Policing Research Partnership workshop.
Joe Deville talks about his study on consumer default and the evolution of agencies designed to collect people's debts.
A new method of analysing crime statistics finds that violent crime in England and Wales is increasing, not decreasing.
At least 1 in 4 women will return to the family court, having previously lost a child through court order, and the chances of having a child removed increase to at least 1 in 3 for the youngest women who were teenagers at the birth of their first child.