Research in Sociology at Keele is clustered around four main areas:
- family, community and domestic life
- consumerism, everyday life and contemporary culture
- globalisation, risk and anxiety
- urban spaces and cultures
Other important areas of research are in social theory, migration, health, ageing, gender and sexualities.
Our research clusters:
Some of our researchers are also associated with the Keele Institute for Social Inclusion.
Keele Institute for Social Inclusion
Keele Institute for Social Inclusion aims to draw together a vibrant community of partners across sectors to tackle the issues of inequality on a local, national and global scale. The Institute promotes and supports a wide range of interdisciplinary research, co-created with external partners, that seeks to identify, explain and overcome social, economic, political and cultural obstacles to egalitarian respect and social inclusion.