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Seminar Series 2021-22

Semester 1

All are welcome to attend the Sociology Department Research Seminar Series

Every Wednesday 3pm-4pm

Please email sociology@tcd.ie if you would like to attend.

Date Name Presentation Title

15/09/2021

Aliya Rao

London School of Economics

Crunch time: How married couples confront unemployment

 

22/09/2021

Yuliya Kosyakova

University of Bamberg

Do regions matter? The local supply of language courses and refugees' labour market integration

29/09/2021

Julia Mikolai

University of St Andrews

Partnership, Fertility and Employment trajectories of immigrants in the UK: A three channel sequence analysis

06/10/2021

Gill Main

University of Leeds

Barriers to School Attendance

 

13/10/2021

Sam Friedman

London School of Economics

 

Is there an Old Girls network? Girls Schools and recruitment to the British elite

 

 

27/10/2021

 

 

Neli Demireva

University of Essex

Ethnic enclaves and the economic, social and political impact on their residents - an investigation wilth ESS data
03/11/2021

Jianghong Li

WZB Berlin

Gender and socioeconomic inequalities in parenting stress and psychological distress during the COVID-19 pandemic in Germany

 

10/11/2021

Germ Janmaat

UCL

 

Liberal Republican, Conservative or Social Democratic Mindsets? Exploring the Existence of Citizenship Regimes in Civic Attitudes

17/11/2021

 

Ross Brannigan

Department of Sociology, Trinity College Dublin

 

An Examination of Digital Engagement and its Association with Adverse Psychiatric Psychiatric Symptons. A TeenPath Project.

24/11/2021

Emanuele Ferragina

Sciences PO

Covid-19 as a Multidimensional Crisis: Tracking attitudes during the pandemic in France with the Coco study

 

 

01/12/2021

 

Patricia McMullin

University of Turku

Moving matters: Do long-distance moves (within countries) damage children's education? Evidence from contrasting case studies Finland and Germany