Nasim Mahmud and Travis Tatum discuss how social computing research emerges and provides an innovative research platform to support our social science research on online health care intervention. In particular they introduce the Dynamics Lab PatNet project from both a social science and social computing perspective.
Sophie McDaid completed a BA in French and Sociology and progressed into our PhD Programme focussing her research on, 'Practices of Embodied Appearance in Young Adult Irish Women'. Here she talks about how a former sociology student now plays a key role in Microsoft's XBox Studios.
Book Launch: Are The Irish Different? (06/11/2014)
The Keough-Norton Centre and the School of Sociology invite you to the launch of, 'Are the Irish Different?' edited by Tom Inglis.
Panels are announced for the upcoming postgraduate conference. This one day conference will bring together research students from across Ireland to discuss important sociological and political issues facing contemporary Europe.